KID ROCK Says He Loves SLIPKNOT, But Doesn't Want To Play For 'That Crowd'

February 15, 2005 is reporting that KID ROCK started writing, recording and performing more ballads when he realised too many sweaty men were turning up at his concerts.

The rocker enjoyed his biggest hit with country ballad "Picture" and now he's determined to make sure he always has twisted love songs to lure the ladies to his shows.

He explains, "A couple of good ballads equals a lot more good looking girls at the shows.

"I don't care how cool someone thinks it is, I do not want to be playing in front of 10,000 sweaty guys every night.

"I love SLIPKNOT — I like their records — but I don't want to play for that crowd."

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