I am the Bullgod (Kid Rock) Easter Egg - Hidden "I Am the Bullgod" Remix

After the last track,"Black Chic White Guy" on the Kid Rock album "Devil Without a Cause",wait for about 10 seconds. After those ten seconds, you should hear a new version of the song "I am the Bullgod".

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Contributed By: Godsmacker on 12-19-1999
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Special Requirements: Kid Rock album "Devil Without a Cause"
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This egg will not work if you own the cassette. I've had to lend people the CD so they can hear it. By the way, I don't always listen to the CD till the very end so I think that it qualifies as an egg.
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This is an egg... just because its not hard to find doesn't un-qualify it... If you had to wait 10mins like you do on other cds it would be considered an egg, so its not like there's a time qualification eggs must pass... am I right?.. or is there?...:P At least this person didn't report that he/she saw Eminem in a Dre video and post that as an egg... im gettin a headache...
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POO LVR writes:
This is not an egg!!! I even heard the song on the radio!!! Some egg this is... HA!
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Actually, the song is listed on Kid Rock's website in the discography. It lists the remix as a separate track (#15) as "I Am The Bullgod (Botrill Mix)"
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Bunnybabe writes:
why is that an egg? alot of people listen to the cd till the very end of it. just cause the cd doesnt list it doesnt mean it is hidden.am i right?
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Boog writes:
And besides... it's not a good version anyway. I guess this is why he didn't list it on the cover.
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Keith Tyler writes:
This is not a remix, either -- it's the original version of the song, released in 1994 on the EP "Fire It Up". (The song "I Am The Bullgod" includes the phrase 'and I fire it up' with special inflection, because that was the name of the EP it was on.)
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I have heard this before I don't really think this is an egg!
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