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  • Audio CD (Oct. 26 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00002DDPD
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,518 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Dragula (Si Non Oscillas, Noli Tintinnare Mix)
2. Superbeast (Porno Holocaust Mix)
3. How To Make A Monster (Kitty's Purrrrformance Mix)
4. Living Dead Girl (Subliminal Seduction Mix)
5. Spookshow Baby (Black Leather Cat Suit Mix)
6. Demonoid Phenomenon (Sin Lives Mix)
7. The Ballad Of Resurrection Joe (Ilsa She-Wolf Of Hollywood Mix)
8. What Lurks On Channel X? (XXX Mix)
9. Meet The Creeper (Pink Pussy Mix)
10. Return Of The Phantom Stranger (Tuesday Night At The Chop Shop Mix)
11. Superbeast (Girl On A Motorcycle Mix)
12. Meet The Creeper (Brute Man & Wonder Girl Mix)

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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By Peter on Dec 16 2003
Format: Audio CD
I'm a HUGE Rob Zombie fan, but this is a total disappointment. I don't want to rate it as one star, because i don't think any of Rob's stuff deserves that low a score. The guy is a very talented and creative musician and artist, and one hell of a workaholic. I just love his material, but doing a remix cd of his stuff from Hellbilly Deluxe was a bad choice. To me, the original versions are the best. There are only a few remixes that are remotely interesting. For me, the best remix on the whole cd was Return Of The Phantom Stranger. The remix of Dragula isn't that great, and the remix of Living Dead Girl is just horrible. Some of the songs are totally unrecognizable from the originals and do absolutely nothing to add to them. One reason for doing a remix is to see if you can improve on the original song, and none of the remixes do that. Buy Hellbilly Deluxe and enjoy the original versions. They are the best. I was disappointed because i thought that having artists like NIN and Ramstein doing the remixes would produce something totally awesome. A lot of the mixes are just plain boring. I think Rob Zombie should have left well enough alone and just left his first cd as is, without trying to squeeze more mileage out of it. I don't recommend this cd at all. Zombie fans will be disappointed. I sure was.
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This is the first full work I've heard from Mr. Zombie. After seeing him with Howard Stern, and hearing the opening track to "Private Parts", he looked like somebody worth listening to more. So we have this artist with the ten-foot long hair and even longer beard that looks like a Rastafarian zombie (pun intended I guess). Then comes the album, where the title itself is intriguing. Add to it artwork that includes naked chicks and creeepy but lovable looking monsters, and one is now really interested. Can the music possibly live up to all this billing?
You betcha. This is exactly what I would want this music to sound like, based on all the above hype. It's music that sounds like the whole band is riding on motorcyles through hell while playing it. It's music that sounds like fire would be shooting all around, even if there would be no reason for the fire. And it's music that would have naked chicks dancing all around, just because they belong there.
This is music that makes me want to see the act live. It's got to be a wild experience. This is not "alternative" music, with it's bored, spoiled singers. It's not rap, where the "artists" swear a lot just to sell records. This is a one of a kind artist who has his own vision, and goes his own way. What that vision is, maybe I'll someday know, but until I figure it out, the ride is going to be a lot of fun.
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I have always loved heavy metal with a touch of techno/dance/world so Rob Zombie is one of my favorites. I usually love the remix albums more than the original releases and this one is my favorite to date. Can't wait for the remixes to his latest...
Rob Zombie always does a great job trying to come up with a newer twist to his songs instead of falling into a rut where melodies are reused and reworked over and over. I also like his tongue in cheek approach. I am SO tired of the ... songs. Instead of sullen teenage "poor me" tantrums, you get FUN. This one highlights all the fun that can come from finding new twists on "Meet the Creeper" and sexy songs like "Living Dead Girl" (don't ask my why it's sexy--it's mainly his grinding beats, not the SUBJECT matter!)
If you like a good heavy metal ride, this one is for you. If you are simply into head banging and screamers a la Pantera, then you won't like it. This is for dancing, partying and having a good old fashioned "Munsters" ball. Besides, having Alice Cooper/Ozzie and others cameo on his albums is also cool!!
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By A Customer on Oct. 31 1999
Format: Audio CD
Better or worse than original song?: 1. Dragula Mix: Better. The dragging lyrics are awesome for Dragula. 2.Superbeast Mix: Better. The techno adds a wonderful beat. 3.How To Make A Monster Mix: AWESOME!!! This remix is so much better than the slow paced original version. 4.Living Dead Girl Mix: Good. The beat stays much better than the original. 5.Spookshow Baby Mix: GREAT! Rammstein is awesome for this mix. 6.Demonoid Phenomenon Mix: Worse. People like the old metal better. 7.Resurrection of... Mix: Ok. The old one is still better in ways. 8.What Lurks on Channel X Mix: Awful. One of the worst tracks. Not catchy in anyway at all. 9.Meet the Creeper Mix (1):Ok. Remix gets old quick. 10.Return of the... Mix: Worse. The old one was so much longer and better. 11.Superbeast (2) Mix: Ok. Clouser has better remixes. 12. Meet the Creeper (2) Mix: Good. It;s fun to listen to as the last track. Overall, Zombie gets four stars. I minused a star because there is no new material.
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Okay sure, It's just a bunch of remixes, but why not enjoy remixes? I bought Helbilly Deluxe a while back, and I wasn't all that impressed with it. It's grown on me, but this little baby is what really got me into the Zombie craze. Some of the best remixing artists (unfortunately not NIN, but I'll live with it) have collaborated to give new life (or un-death) to Rob's solo debut works. Sure, some remixes are disappointing, like the two mixes of Meet the Creeper (that song was already flawless in the original), but most of them stand up to and sometimes even surpass the originals. I couldn't stand Rob's original version of How to Make a Monster, but this remix is excellent. And the opening Dragula remix is simply haunting. Sure, what really counts in Rob Zombie's work is his original songs (check out the Sinister Urge; that's the real follow-up to HBD), but remixes add a whole new level to his unique music.
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