Kid Rock hasn’t given us much to listen to on his meagerly stocked official site (Kid Rock — Pimp of the Nation), so we’re left with mundane details like how often ”I Am the Bullgod” hit shelves before it stuck (three). The real ”attraction” is the unintentionally amusing bio, which describes how Bob Ritchie from Romeo, Mich., evolved ”into what all fans have come to love and embrace, KID MOTHER F—ING ROCK!” By the time you read about how the wee Rock had to push his lawn mower ”up and down steep f—ing hills,” you too will understand how tough it is to be a suburban cowboy. C
Posted July 14 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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