Huck

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
When Kid Rock sang that you'll never meet a "m*********** quite like me," he apparently had not yet met Huck Johns. Another native of Detroit, Johns serves up a mix of hard rock and hip-hop, country, and classic rock on his 2006 debut, Huck, that's a dead-ringer for Kid, right down to the raspy delivery and a Bob Seger cover. There are few characteristics that separate Johns from Rock. For one, he can mimic the Black Crowes with startling acumen, as he does on "Answer," one of the album's undeniable highlights. He can also execute pure meathead alt-metal quite effectively, as he does on "Kill Everything," one of the album's lowlights. But for the most part, ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
When Kid Rock sang that you'll never meet a "m*********** quite like me," he apparently had not yet met Huck Johns. Another native of Detroit, Johns serves up a mix of hard rock and hip-hop, country, and classic rock on his 2006 debut, Huck, that's a dead-ringer for Kid, right down to the raspy delivery and a Bob Seger cover. There are few characteristics that separate Johns from Rock. For one, he can mimic the Black Crowes with startling acumen, as he does on "Answer," one of the album's undeniable highlights. He can also execute pure meathead alt-metal quite effectively, as he does on "Kill Everything," one of the album's lowlights. But for the most part, Johns follows the pattern Kid Rock laid down on Devil Without a Cause and Cocky, alternately rapping to hard rock, belting out Southern rock, or crooning tear-in-yer-beer outlaw country ballads. He lacks Bob Ritchie's humor, storytelling skills, mock-ironic swagger, and white-trash sex appeal, not to mention the down-and-dirty funkiness of the Twisted Brown Trucker band, for which he substitutes flattened, grinding metallic guitars, a regular-guy-next-door voice, and an unfortunate predilection for Staind-style earnest crooning, but apart from that, Huck is a good approximation of post-Devil Kid Rock. Now, whether or not that's something that's needed is another question entirely, but for those who wanted a new Kid Rock album instead of the live album he released in 2006, this might be worth a spin.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/7/2006
  • Label: Capitol
  • UPC: 094634809122
  • Catalog Number: 48091

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Oh Yeah (3:22)
  2. 2 Fever (2:54)
  3. 3 Infatuation (3:36)
  4. 4 Kill Everything (4:39)
  5. 5 Damn Fine Woman (4:26)
  6. 6 Free (3:52)
  7. 7 One Good Man (4:51)
  8. 8 Answer (4:37)
  9. 9 Ramblin' Gamblin' Man (3:11)
  10. 10 Rearview Mirror (3:58)
  11. 11 Forgiveness (4:32)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Huck Johns Primary Artist, Vocals
Laurence Juber Guitar
Keith Nelson Guitar
Jimmy Ashhurst Bass
Isaac Carpenter Drums
Aaron Julison Bass
Mike Ficano Drums
Summer Rose Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Dennis Lee Duncan Composer
Jimmy Hoyson Engineer
Ted Jensen Mastering
Keith Nelson Producer, Engineer
Bob Seger Composer
Ryan Roxie Composer
Arthur Penhallow Jr. Composer, Producer
Duncan ? Producer
Jeramy Gritter Composer
Huck Johns Composer, Producer, Audio Production
Dave Dion Art Direction
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Very disappointing

    This is a really cheesy Kid Rock rip off. I was hoping he'd be taking the white trash rock/hip-hop style in a new direction but Huck is basically as generic as it gets, it's like very dilluted Kid Rock. He even does a Bob Seger cover, which is actually the only decent song on here. Huck is from Detroit and I try to give it up for local guys, but this just gives my home town a bad name.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It Rocks!!!!

    I love this album. It has a little bit of everything in it. Oh Yeah it rocks. Fever will give you the fever for Huck. I also like the cover of Ramblin' Gamblin' Man. Also just to let you know Huck Co-wrote the song I am on Kid Rock's last studio album.

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