Indeed, don't get fooled by this soundtrack. It does it's job quite well, it really puts you in the mood to see the movie. You can get the soundtrack if you want, but don't go see the movie, it's really bad. Although Rob Zombie is comfortable doing music, he ain't yet doing movies.
Ok, so this is about the soundtrack and not the movie. I'll start with the quotes here. There are certainly a lot of them, and everyone of them will provoque some kind of reaction. Some will make you laugh (The Bigger The Cushion), some will make you shiver (Scarecrow Attack. Ok, not really a quote, just music...) and then some will make you wonder what the hell Rob Zombie smoked (pretty much the rest of them). That last one is by no means a critic, on the contrary. It makes you wonder what he was smoking with a smile on your face. You'll want to see the movie to know what was going on there. That's a good sign for any soundtrack.
Now with the actual songs. Some of Rob Zombie's choices here sounded really weird before I listened to the CD. The Ramones ? Helen Kane ? Brickhouse ?? But hey, after listening to it a couple of times, it doesn't sound so weird anymore. It fits well with the rest of the CD and, again, makes you wonder how it will be used in the movie. Rob Zombie's tracks are as solid as anything he's done before, closer to The Sinister Urge than his previous effort. If you've heard The Sinister Urge, you already know the first song on the album : House Of 1000 Corpses. The other songs here are similar to it (Everybody Scream or Run Rabbit Run).
So there you have it. Rob Zombie managed to put out a soundtrack that breaks the rules : [bad] soundtrack, good movie. He does the opposite : good soundtrack, [bad] movie. For those wondering, I'd say this soundtrack is better than Resident Evil's. It is not perfect, for it will not please anyone who likes soundtracks. But it will please Rob Zombie's fans, horror movie soundtracks lovers and, if any really exist, fans of the movie.