This ought to be very interesting.  We have two very polarizing songs on this list.

There are some songs that everybody loves, likes or can at least tolerate, then there are songs that you either love or hate. That scenario will be played out here big-time. Nothing More represents the middle, or if you prefer, kind of where we are now with rock. The Prophets Of Rage has strong elements of hip-hop in it, while Kid Rock tends to meld southern rock and hip-hop.  Anyways, if you are so inclined, check out the three tracks and let us know what you think about them.

 

  • 1

    Go To War

    Nothing More

    Nothing More are poised to be one of the great artists of this decade. They have a dynamic live show, great songs and talent for days. They also lucked out and have this song, which is actually about a divorce, being used in trailers for War Of The Planet Of The Apes.

  • 2

    Living On The 110

    Prophets Of Rage is definitely a love 'em or hate 'em kind of band. Myself, I'll pay cash for the new c.d. and download. The groove is heavy on this one and the guitar solo is just plain insane. The band and song are both two hard rock to be rap and too rap to be hard rock, but if you can get past those labels I think you have a strong song here.

  • 3

    The Greatest Show On Earth

    Kid Rock

    This track is classic Kid Rock. Kids hardcore fans are probably losing their mind off this track that sounds like it could have come off the Devil Without A Cause c.d. The question in my mind is, is that played out? Are fans willing to accept a new track that sounds like it came from 1998?  Ultimately it's not my decision, it's yours.