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House Of 1000 Corpses


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  • Audio CD (April 8 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • ASIN: B00008JL80
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,240 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Howdy Folks
2. House Of 1000 Corpses
3. Saddle Up The Mule
4. Everybody Scream
5. Stuck In The Mud
6. Holy Miss Moley
7. Who's Gonna Mow Your Grass?
8. Run, Rabbit, Run
9. Into The Pit
10. Something For You Men
11. I Wanna Be Loved By You
12. Pussy Liquor
13. Scarecrow Attack
14. My Baby Boy
15. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
16. Investigation And The Smokehouse
17. The Bigger The Cushion
18. I Remember You
19. Drive Out The Rabbit
20. Mary's Escape
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4.2 out of 5 stars

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By Austin on March 21 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the, if not the best, soundtracks ever. I mean, I have never seen another soundtrack with: new songs, old songs, orchestra type stuff, and clips from the movie. The songs are also so great.
(1). Howdy Folks-great intro; "It's just sa' damn good"
(2). House of 1000 Corpses-a great title song
(3). Saddle Up The Mule-funny clip with Captain Spaulding
(4). Everybody Scream-theme from Dr. Wolfenstein's show
(5). Stuck In The Mud-orchestra type thing
(6). Holy Miss Moly-clip with Otis
(7). Who's Gonna Mow Your Grass?-ummm...no
(8). Run, Rabbit, Run-good rock song by Master Zombie
(9). Into The Pit- " from #5
(10). Something for You Men-Intro to #11
(11). I Wanna Be Loved By You-evry1 knos this song
(12). P*ssy Liquor-"B-A-B-Y" Whats that spell? BABY
(13). Scarecrow Attack-" from #5
(14). My Baby Boy-Mother Firefly talkin bout Tiny
(15). Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue-Well, if u like Ramones
(16). Investigation & Smokehouse-" from #5
(17). The Bigger The Cushion-Spaaulding talkin bout gurls
(18). I Remember You-ummm...no
(19). Drive Out the Rabbit-SHERI, ALL HAIL SHERI
(20). Mary's Escape-" from #5
(21). Little Piggy-My fav song on the CD
(22). Aint the Only Thing Tasty-ahahaha DIE! ahahahaha
(23). Dr. Satan-The BOOGIEMAN
(24). Brick House 2003-good remake
(25). To The House-" from #5
GREAT CD!
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Format: Audio CD
The "House of 1000 Corpses" CD is an audio treat that must be heard by rock fans AND horror movie viewers alike. While most film soundtracks are nothing more than jumbles of popular MTV hits, this album is an exception. For one thing, it's fueled by the movie's disturbing concept; composers Rob Zombie and Scott Humphrey successfully created a soundscape that looks deep into the underbelly of the American South. While borrowing the grinding, pulsating, industrial noise of Zombie's previous spook albums (Hellbilly Deluxe and Sinister Urge), the score itself provides an unspeakable environment where killers Ed Gein and Albert Fish commit murder, torture, and cannibalism. As a whole, the unseen atmosphere of the film is violent, sleazy, and downright ugly.
Another thing that makes "House of 1000 Corpses" a superb effort is its careful arrangement. Only 6 tracks were written by Rob Zombie; the remaining 19 either consist of pop hits used in the movie or snippets of dialogue from Captain Spaulding, Baby, Otis, etc. Surprisingly, the music and spoken words flow quite nicely from one track to the next; the content isn't as choppy as one might expect it to be. However, there are a couple of bumpy roads: Helen Kane's jazz ditty "I Wanna Be Loved by You" and the Ramones' punk anthem "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue" are the only two tunes that don't appear to fit in the album. If both songs were removed, "House of 1000 Corpses" would have earned a perfect 5 stars.
The CD's opening title track, with its twanging guitar and ominous piano notes, invites spectators into Dr. Satan's sadistic underworld of torture. "House of 1000 Corpses" is a bizarre yet appealing blend of hard rock and vaudeville.
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By "bob613" on April 15 2003
Format: Audio CD
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.
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By Obergeist on Oct. 29 2004
Format: Audio CD
I just listened to this CD and had to write something about it! Just like the movie was everything a horror flick should be, this is everything a movie soundtrack should be! You have great tracks by Rob Zombie himself, some tracks from the score itself, then other key songs from the movie AND this is great) some of the best lines from the movie are inserted as well! Some you have everything, no rip off like a second or third CD that you have to buy, everything is there! On a personal note, whatever you do, never download MP3s, out of respect for the work of Rob Zombie, please buy the CD. Forget the argument that a CD costs nothing to make and that the record companies are ripping people off. If that's what you think, jerk, think about the people employed by these companies to produce these CDs, they have to get paid too, and don't forget Rob here! So for those who are going to buy it, have a great time listening to that album!
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