Create account Log in

No Stranger to Shame


Download links and information about No Stranger to Shame by Uncle Kracker. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 45:22 minutes.

Artist: Uncle Kracker
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 12
Duration: 45:22
Buy on iTunes $9.99
Buy on iTunes $9.99
Buy on Amazon $9.49


No. Title Length
1. Keep It Comin' 3:21
2. Thunderhead Hawkins 3:47
3. In a Little While 4:09
4. I Wish I Had a Dollar 4:03
5. Drift Away 4:15
6. Baby Don't Cry 4:26
7. I Do 3:11
8. Memphis Soul Song 3:57
9. I Don't Know 3:57
10. To Think I Used to Love You 3:28
11. Letter to My Daughters 3:08
12. No Stranger to Shame (With hidden Track) 3:40



On his sophomore effort, Uncle Kracker (born Matthew Shafer) steps out from behind Kid Rock's turntable to prove he's a viable artist on his own. The album No Stranger to Shame is a collection of willowy jangle rock with Motown and rap influences thrown in. It kicks off with the Motown feel of "I Do" and continues through a journey of country on "Letter to My Daughters" and funky rap on "Keep It Comin'." No Stranger to Shame is vastly different from his rap-riddled debut, Double Wide. His full-time employer, Kid Rock, is only credited as executive producer, unlike Double Wide, on which the rap-rocker made multiple appearances. Uncle Kracker proves he can sing throughout No Stranger to Shame. His takes on "Drift Away," a duet with Dobie Gray, and "Baby Don't Cry" showcase Uncle Kracker's blues sensibility. No Stranger to Shame should keep radio busy for quite some time — most of the songs remain in the listener's mind long after the CD ends.