The Polyfuze Method is the second album by Kid Rock, released in 1993 on the independent record label Continuum Records. The album has long been out of print and nearly impossible to find in any store, but used copies can still be found for sale from online third party vendors. The Polyfuze Method shows Kid Rock developing a more rap rock sound. In 1997, Kid Rock re-released the album under the title The Polyfuze Method Revisited, but the re-release is also long out of print. The Polyfuze Method Revisited contained three tracks that were not on the original version—"I Am the Bullgod" and "Rollin' on the Island" from Kid Rock's Fire It Up EP, and the demo "Rain Check". There was also a European release of the album that had a different track listing and omitted the skit "TV Dinner".
"Prodigal Son", "Fuck U Blind" and "My Oedipus Complex" were later completely re-recorded and released on The History of Rock in 2000 along with a shorter version of the original "3 Sheets to the Wind". The vocals for "I Am the Bullgod" were re-recorded for Devil Without a Cause in 1998 and became his first hit song that gained heavy rotation on radio and MTV. During his 1999 tours he performed "Balls in Your Mouth" from the album as well.
"Back from the Dead" and "U Don't Know Me" were released as singles. "Back from the Dead" was released as a single in 1992 before the album was released and was a minor hit on college radio. After disagreements between Kid Rock and his record label about whether to release "Prodigal Son" or "U Don't Know Me" as a single, the label won and released the latter. The label paid for the very low-budget music videos of "U Don't Know Me" and "Back from the Dead", but due to poor promotion both videos received little to no airplay and performed badly. In 1994, "Prodigal Son" was a promotional single for the Fire It Up EP.