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Loud Rocks Import, Compilation, Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (Sept. 5 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, Compilation, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00004XSTZ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

1. Shame - System Of A Down/Wu-Tang Clan
2. Make Room - Sugar Ray/Tha Alkaholiks
3. Hip Hop - Static-X/Dead Prez
4. Los Angeles Times - Endo/Xzibit
5. Shook Ones Part II - Everlast/Mobb Deep
6. Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nothing Ta F*** Wit - Tom Morello/Chad Smith/Wu-Tang Clan
7. Only When I'm Drunk - Crazy Town/Tha Alkaholiks
8. What U See Is What U Get - Sevendust/Xzibit
9. How Bout Some Hardcore - Grunge Is Dead (Butch Vig)/M.O.P.
10. For Heaven's Sake 2000 - Ozzy Osbourne/Tony Iommi/Wu-Tang Clan
11. Caribbean Connection - Shootyz Groove/Big Pun
12. Survival Of The Fittest - Sick Of It All/Mobb Deep
13. Still Not A Player - Incubus/Big Pun

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Product Description

Loud Rocks ~ Loud Rocks

Capitalizing on the recent commercial success of rap/rock crossovers, Loud Records volunteers their back catalog for the rock treatment on this surprisingly diverse new compilation. Ever wondered what the Wu-Tang Clan, Tha Alkaholiks, Mobb Deep, and Big Pun would sound like jamming with Sugar Ray, Sevendust, Incubus, and Ozzy Osbourne? Probably not, but the guitar-heavy pairings work surprisingly well. Vocally, tracks are split. Certified MCs show up on roughly half the tracks to retrofit their rhymes to the rock-out sound; on the rest, rock's wailers and grunters transform into microphone fiends. Everlast gives "Shook Ones Part II" a gorgeous, stripped-down acoustic feel, and System of a Down turns the Wu classic "Shame" into a mosh-pit screamer. Xzibit's gruff flow finds a perfect match alongside the distorted thrash of Endo and Sevendust. Though the bad moments are cringe-worthy, there's enough crossover appeal to win over rockers, hip-hop heads, and the morbidly curious alike. --Hua Hsu

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ben on Nov. 15 2003
Format: Audio CD
i would have to say that this cd is pretty kickn'. i was into that old limp bizkit stuff, that got old. recently my brother found this cd in his stack and said "take it" so i did. he didnt think i would like it but hey, i would buy this any day. this is even a great cd for those folks who really dont like rap and just like to rock out to some heavy $#*@, i stopped listening to this stuff years ago but this cd stuck out and is a perfect purchase for those hardcore rocker thugz. yea dawg...
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
By Dahruma - Published on
Format: Audio CD
this is just phat and i think there need to be more compilations like this,the whole cd is excellent and gives just a small taste of what im sure will be seen alot more in the future.theres so many takes that can be done on it and it would help up and coming artists as well as established ones.this is only the second rock/rap collaberation i can think of with the exception the judgement night soundtrack which is smooth as well.the one thing that bothered me about this was that the crazy town song is allready on their cd with the exception of about 40 seconds at the end,oh-well.and its pretty crazy hearing serj singing wu tang's shame on a nigga,i also thought ol tom morello should've done a little more varied guitar work,the shootyz groove song is one of the best ive ever heard from them and incubus's cover of pig pun is extra tight.the best tracks to me are shame,make room,hip hop,what u see,carribean connection,and still not a player-later
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Awesome Sept. 10 2000
By Dr. Aaron B. Hinkledorf - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This has to be the best cd i have purchased all year. The way that the artists mix hip-hop and rock is great. I never thought that I would hear a song with Ozzy Ozzborn and the Wu-Tang clan. My personal favorite is Wu-tang and System of A Down on the opening track called "Shame" . If you like hip-hop or rock this CD is a must have.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Mash Up's Predecessor Sept. 16 2005
By S-E-Y-E-S - Published on
Format: Audio CD
First off if you want to know about artist you're not sure of, before you by their CD's get this one... I'm an afficionado of Hard Rock/Heavy Metal (esp. Nu Metal & Rap/Metal). A must hear for any S.O.A.D. fan is "Shame" (w/Wu-Tang Clan), Static-X it's all about the "Hip Hop" (w/DP), Sevendust "What U See is What U Get" (w/Xzibit) and Crazy Town taking their "Only When I'm Drunk" to another level (w/tha Alkaholiks). Though these bands were insightful for me to buy this, I was quite amazed with Endo's "Los Angeles Times" (w/Xzibit). No true Rap/Metal fan would want 2 be without TAKE A BITE OUTTA RHYME \ TOO LEGIT FOR THE PIT \ JUDGMENT NIGHT -SDTK \ nor LOUD ROCKS!!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great CD...Don't let the artwork & 'rap vs. rock' genre scare you! May 22 2013
By Chris R. - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is a very good CD. I didn't actually know about this CD until earlier this year. I actually downloaded the Wu-Tang/Tom Morello song from online back in '01 when Napster was still king of the hill. I guess it was kind of a fluke. I loved the song throughout the years and finally decided to do some Internet searching to see where this song came from. Lo & behold, the song came from this CD..."Loud Rocks"...which has a ton of other awesome high energy songs on it! It's like finding gold for I had this single song I rocked out to for years, but never really knew where it came from. Now come to find out, it came from a CD that has a bunch of other awesome collaborations on it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The Best of Both Worlds Sept. 5 2000
By Shawn Hamilton - Published on
Format: Audio CD
If you're into both Genres (Rap & Rock), There is no way you'll be dissappointed with this collection, the list of artists is right there, some of the best rappers including the wu-tang clan, and Big Pun, as well as Newcomers Dead Prez, join with some of the greatest Rockers Ozzy, and Everlast who was previously a member of the hip-hop nation. This collection is also home to so many GREAT new Rock bands, Static-X, System of a Down, and Sevendust. Loud Records Deserve a lot of credit for this compilation and I REALLY hope it lives on to see many new collaborations.