Julian Hattem pays tribute to Kid Rock for sucking:

Although he has been culturally irrelevant for the last half-decade, his songs are always playing whenever you turn on the radio. Slowly, he has turned himself into the turn-of-the-millennium answer to the Monkees or, maybe even the late Rolling Stones: quintessentially shallow, timeless pop music that does nothing new and enforces old clich├ęs, forever recapitulating them until, at the end, we can finally come around to enjoying it.

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