If Kid Rock wants to notch another anthem on his belt, he should cover Black Stone Cherry's "White Trash Millionaire." With lines like "Got two zig-zags and you know I'll share/ I'm everyone from nowhere," it's one of the catchier white-and-working-class anthems (and there are many). A big reason for the tune's success is the band's muddy thump of a groove, which is all over this album. Though Alice In Chains' sinister brand of grunge is a big influence, these boys are obviously fans of stoner metal and Southern rock. In this sense, they're kind of like the Brand New Sin of Kentucky.