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Past, Present & Future [W/ Bonus DVD] Best of, Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (Sept. 30 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Best of, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B0000AVBDS
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
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Disc: 1
1. Thunder Kiss '65
2. Black Sunshine
3. Feed the Gods
4. More Human Than Human
5. Super Charger Heaven
6. I'm Your Boogieman
7. Hands of Death (Burn Baby Burn)
8. The Great American Nightmare (with Howard Stern)
9. Dragula
10. Living Dead Girl
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Disc: 2
1. Thunder Kiss '65
2. More Human Than Human
3. Dragula
4. Living Dead Girl
5. Superbeast
6. Never Gonna Stop (The Red Red Kroovy)
7. Feel So Numb
8. Demonoid Phenomenon
9. Return of the Phantom Stranger
10. Spookshow Baby

Product Description

This CD/DVD combo features an audio of the best of Zombie's material, including songs from White Zombie, his successful solo career, soundtrack rarities and two brand new recordings for the release. The bonus DVD features 10 career-spanning music videos,

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Schtinky on June 12 2004
Format: Audio CD
What are you waiting for? If you are or ever have been a fan of Rob Zombie or White Zombie, grab up this collection fast, it is well worth the price.
Literally, this is a fantastic compilation of Past, Present, and Future hits of the mega monster Rob Zombie. From his beginnings in White Zombie to the present, Zombie has always managed to stay in the slippery groove of industrial metal, and not only flow with the changes in the industry but present himself as a leader of it.
All but three of the songs on this CD have been released previously, but what's nice is having all these favorites together, along with the bonus material. And there is a nice array of guest vocals too, with Iggy Pop showing up in Black Sunshine, Alice Cooper in Hands Of Death, Howard Stern in The Great American Nightmare (Have $eXx With A Headless Body), and Brickhouse 2003 being mostly Lionel Richie with rap-artist Trina showing up for some fun. (and I don't like rap either, but this is a great remix!)
The new songs are Blitzkrieg Bop, Two-Lane Highway, and Girl On Fire; nice additions to the collection.
You get a full CD of tracks from Zombie's career, from White to Rob, and the three brand new songs to boot. You get a great video (and I am not a fan of music videos), including older White Zombie videos you will never see on MTV or VH1, including Demonoid Phenomenon, Return of the Phantom Stranger, and Spookshow Baby, which are not even on the Audio CD. Most music videos are boring, but not Zombie's; so plug the video into your DVD player and have some fun. The videos are inventive and, in my humble opinion, better than his movie, House Of 1000 Corpses.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DESTRO ATTACKS on June 29 2004
Format: Audio CD
Unlike trendy lamer bands like Blink 182,Linkin Park and especially Limp biskit, Zombie's stuff is pure genius. His style and songs cater to the hardcore fans of Horror cinema,comics and even Anime. (In Supercharger Heaven you can hear him refer to the Go Nagai character Devilman.)this disc is a must buy for Zombieheads, even if you have all the previous recordings. one thing though, why didn't they include the song from the escape from from LA. soundtrack (The One)?
Also recommended: Sexy swinging sounds and the Stripper CD.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Perry Thompson on July 18 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is a great collection of some of Rob Zombie's work, including some songs from White Zombie. In my opinion they put in pretty much all of their best songs. This is probably the best album for anyone just starting with Rob Zombie. You get a lot for your money, and the bonus DVD is fairly nice. With the addition of a few exclusive new songs, this is also a must-have for a Zombie fan of any degree.
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By A Customer on May 5 2004
Format: Audio CD
I haven't listened to Rob in a couple years.When I bought this CD,I felt like I have listened to him 5 years straight.This is also considered Rob's last album.Now he will be directing more movies like House of 2000 Corpses.It's the seqeul to House of 1000 corpses.If he does make another album,I won't be surprised.
The reason I bought this is that instead of buying every Rob Zombie CD,I got this with ALL the songs I like.I never really liked White Zombie(Rob's first band.)There are a couple WZ songs on this CD but there the GOOD ONES.The WZ songs are Thunderkiss,Feed the Gods,More Human than Human,Super Charger Heaven,I'm your Boogieman,Hands of Death(burn baby burn),and The Great American Nightmare.The Rob Zombie songs are Dragula,Living Dead Girl,Superbeast,Feel So Numb and Never Gonna Stop.The other songs are from House of 1000 Corpses like Pu$$y Liqeur,Brickhouse(remake) and couple other songs(two of them are previously unreleased.)There's also a DVD with VIDEOS of the popular songs like More human than Human,Demonoid Phenonemon(Previously unreleased video),Superbeast,Thunderkiss,Dragula,Living Dead Girl,Never gonna Stop,Feel So Numb etc.
If anyone love Rob's music,just buy this CD instead of buying all of them and being a collecter.This is a ALMOST ALL-IN-ONE CD.Some songs may Su*k like mostly the House of 1000 Corpses songs but most of them are his best.This is like a collecter's edition.WATCHOUT OUT when listening to this because it's ADDICTING and AWESOME.
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By Creepah on March 28 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album, is nothing but amazing. Now, I'mm just gonna review all the songs one by one.
1. Thunderkiss '65: Great song, the first time I heard it I thought it sounded alot like a song Metallica woud make. 5/5
2. Black sunshine: Ok song, I haven't listened to the whole song because I can't reall get into it. 3/5
3. Feed the gods: Really good song, I like it alot. Nuff said 4/5
4. More human than human: There really isn't much to say about this one, it's really amazing. 5/5
5. Super charger heaven: I love this song, it's one of my favourites. I love the chorus: devilman, devilman, callng! devilman devilman, running in my head yeah!": 5/5
6. I'm your boogieman: Pretty good song, really techno-ish. 3/5
7. Hands of death: Amazing song, the vocals from both Rob and Alice Cooper kick ass. Ah, nothing like Rob Zombie and Alice ooper collaborating on a song together, what more could you ask for? 5/5
8. The great american nightmare: Ok song, like #6, very techno-ish
9. Dragula: This song is amazing, I first heard this song when I was 8 years old and I was so scaredbecause of the video, now thatI'm older, I love it. 5/5
10. Living dead girl: Great song, great video, Robs voice really shines in this one, I love how he does that f'ed up voice, it amazes me and it rally shocases his talent. 5/5
11. Superbeast: Again like #10, Robs voice is amazing. 5/5
12. Feel so numb: great song. 5/5
13. Never gonna stop: Ok song, it kicks ass the first few times but gets boring after awhile,, I usually skp this one. 2/5.
14. Demon speeding: Great song, but like #12, gets boring after awehile. 3/5
15. Brick house 2003: ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. 5/5
16. Pussy liquor: Great song, great lyrics, great vocals, very catchy.5/5
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