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The Very Best Of Rob Zombie, 1992-2006, Including Four White Zombie Stormers. Features 'Dragula' (#6 Mainstream Rock), 'Living Dead Girl' (#7 Mainstream Rock), Plus White Zombie's 'More Human Than Human' (#7 Modern Rock)Compiled By Rob Zombie.
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They are always copies of an original album with tracks missing, or never a decent pick of greatest hits.
Rob already released a best of compilation called "Past, Present & Future" which features all the songs found here, plus extra songs not here, and a DVD of video clips with it for only a few bucks more then this one, but worth it.
Ignore ANY of these Millennium releases, there just cheap cash-ins.
Featuring big radio tunes like "Living Dead Girl," "Never Gonna Stop" and "Dragula," as well as songs like "House of 1000 Corpses," I recommend "The Best of Rob Zombie" to casual fans like myself who enjoy listening to some of Zombie's work but not enough of it to warrant seeking out and purchasing his entire catalogue of work.
One thing that is somewhat disappointing about this set is the packaging. I'm all for "going green" in some aspects, but it would have been nice to have at least one photo inside the sleeve of this disc. It is possible to access the liner notes for the album online, but that defeats the purpose of calling them "liner notes" since they don't line the album anymore.
On the other hand, the Millenium Collection plays it smart, including only the best from White Zombie and Rob Zombie, including songs from "Educated Horses" (something PP&F doesn't have) so that the whole CD plays fast and furious. If you're new to Zombie and want to dive in and start hearing more, then PP&F is probably the way to go, but if you're just looking for a great mix of his best stuff, then buy the Millennium Collection.