Cocaine and Gin

Album: Rebel Soul (2012)


  • This soulful Country lament was recorded at Kid Rock's new studio at his Clarkston property, with two Nashville guitarists and Sponge frontman Vinnie Dombroski on drums.
  • Uncle Kracker's keyboardist, Mark Miers, wrote the tune. "One of those great, end-of-the-night honky-tonk songs," commented Rock to Detroit Free Press.

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  • Dave from Greer, ScIf any of you are reading this and use cocaine and alcohol, please don't mix the two. They become much more toxic when mixed together.
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