is also a de facto greatest-hits set: "Bawitdaba," "Cowboy" and the country coke ballad "Picture" (with Gretchen Wilson filling in for Sheryl Crow) are all here in bright, full-bodied versions, with a minimum of dumb banter and guitar solos.
Outfitted with bigger riffs than the studio versions, trailer-hop stuff like "Devil Without a Cause" indicates that Rock is a great showman when his shtick is more Beasties than Ted Nugent.
Two years later, he was arrested with five members of his entourage outside a Waffle House in Atlanta after getting into a scuffle with a male customer.
Rock was taken into custody on a misdemeanor charge of simple battery and was released that afternoon.
By early 2004 he was embroiled in controversy when he performed at the Super Bowl XXXVIII wearing a poncho made from the American flag.