Double Wide (album)

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Double Wide
Double Wide Uncle Kracker.jpg
Studio album by Uncle Kracker
Released June 30, 2000
Recorded 1999-2000
Genre Rock, Country pop, Alternative rock, Rap rock, Pop rock
Label Lava Records
Producer Kid Rock, Michael Bradford
Uncle Kracker chronology
Double Wide
(2000)
No Stranger to Shame
(2002)
Singles from Double Wide
  1. "Follow Me"
    Released: February 20, 2001
  2. "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah"
    Released: 2001
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly A[2]
Robert Christgau (neither)[3]

Double Wide is rock/rap artist Uncle Kracker's debut album. It was released on Lava Records. The CRIA certified it platinum in August 2001.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All songs co-written by Kid Rock and Uncle Kracker (credited as Robert Ritchie and Matthew Shafer, respectively), unless noted.

  1. "Intro" – 1:19
  2. "Better Days" (Kenny Olson, James Trombly, Ritchie, Shafer) – 4:50
  3. "What 'Chu Lookin' At?" – 5:12
  4. "Follow Me" (Michael Bradford, Shafer) – 3:35
  5. "Heaven (featuring Paradime and Kid Rock)" (Freddie Beauregard, William Maddox, David Moore, Ritchie, Shafer) – 4:19
  6. "Steaks 'n Shrimp" – 4:13
  7. "Who's Your Uncle?" (Beauregard, Ritchie, Shafer) – 3:56
  8. "Whiskey and Water" (Bradford, Ritchie, Shafer) – 4:43
  9. "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" (Ritchie, Shafer, Trombly) – 4:59
  10. "Aces & 8's" (Martin Gross, Bradford, Shafer) – 3:53
  11. "You Can't Take Me" (Bradford, Shafer, Trombly) – 3:16

Personnel[edit]

Billboard Chart positions[edit]

  • Follow Me - Adult Contemporary, #7
  • Follow Me - Adult Top 40, #1
  • Follow Me - The Billboard Hot 100, #5
  • Follow Me - Top 40 Adult Recurrents, #1
  • Follow Me - Top 40 Mainstream, #3
  • Follow Me - Top 40 Tracks, #3

Notes[edit]

  • Former World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) stable X-Factor used a modified version of "What 'Chu Looking At" as their entrance theme.
  • "Heaven" contains an interpolation of the Hank Williams, Jr. song "If Heaven Ain't a Lot Like Dixie".
  • "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" was heard in the movie Shangai Noon (2000), starred by Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson, who appeared in the music video.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Musich, Brian. Double Wide at AllMusic
  2. ^ Browne, David (2000-06-30). "Double Wide Review". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2012-05-04. 
  3. ^ Christgau, Robert. "CG: Uncle Kracker". RobertChristgau.com. Retrieved 2012-05-04. 
  4. ^ Playing in the background. Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA): Gold & Platinum - August 2001