Sounds Like: Kid Rock, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Cult, Guns N' Roses, Rage Against The Machine
Label: White Trash Records
Manager: Terry Martin
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“Truth be told, I really do not know what to make of White Trash Cowboys. The music is a dose of classic rock and the rap rock of Kid Rock. The vocals lean heavily toward rap and the music is two guitar rock. Normally that would be something I might ... or might not ... like. Here, the two are so cleverly and intricately intertwined that I can't not like it and find it the most interesting blend of music I have heard in many of years. This is truly the only rap music that did not make me want to commit a felony. White Trash Cowboys have a true new sound that is fucking awesome, plain and simple. If this review is as confusing to you as it is for me, check out http://www.whitetrashcowboys.com and see if you can't sort it out for yourself.”
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Q: Split Personality rocks can you play it live like the Album?
A: You got it. Sounds just like the CD
Asked by anonymous. Answered on Sat Mar 02 2013All Questions