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Rock N Roll Jesus (song)

"Rock N Roll Jesus"
Single by Kid Rock
from the album Rock n Roll Jesus
Released January 2009
Recorded Allen Roadhouse
Genre Hard rock
Length 4:01 (single version)
4:29 (album version)
Label Atlantic
Writer(s) RJ Ritchie, M Young, K Tudrick
Producer(s) Kid Rock with Rob Cavallo
Kid Rock singles chronology
"Roll On"
(2008)
"Rock n Roll Jesus"
(2009)
"Blue Jeans and a Rosary"
(2009)

"Rock n Roll Jesus" is the fifth single from Kid Rock's album of the same name. It was typical bravado-laced Kid Rock about sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. It is a hard rock song with a jazz influence . The song was co-written by former lead guitarist Kenny Tudrick, who replaced Kenny Olson on the 2006 'Live' Trucker tour. The song and album title were attacked by some religious groups for being sacrilegious. The songs main riff samples AC/DC 's "Who Made Who ".


The song along with "All Summer Long" and "Son of Detroit" were featured in the guitar game Power Gig: Rise of the SixString. A live version was released on the Targer Version of Born Free in 2010.

Charts

Chart (2008) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks 34


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