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Sinister Urge Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (Nov. 13 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00005Q6IJ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 137 customer reviews
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1. Sinners Inc.
2. Demon Speeding
3. Dead Girl Superstar
4. Never Gonna Stop
5. Iron Head
6. Go To California
7. Feel So Numb
8. Transylvania Transmission
9. Bring Her Down
10. Scum Of The Earth
11. House Of 1000 Corpses

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Zombie,Rob ~ Sinister Urge

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With The Sinister Urge, Rob Zombie again wraps his rasp around a thunderous blend of heavy grooves powered by human and electronic drums. Creepy touches of theremin and keyboards add Goth accents, while the clever arrangements adorn melodies that are irresistibly catchy yet plenty aggressive. The lyrics are set firmly in a horror realm; with titles such as "House of 1000 Corpses" and "Scum of the Earth", one wouldn't anticipate tender love songs. Zombie scatters about sound bites from monster movies for good measure--an apt touch, but with the album clocking in at less than 40 minutes, there's a bit too much filler. Still, with highlights such as "Bring Her Down" with its spine-tingling orchestration, the hard-driving "Dead Girl Superstar" (featuring Slayer guitarist Kerry King), and "Feel So Numb" Zombie generates much genuine excitement. --Gail Flug


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Format: Audio CD
In my opinion, this is the best Rob Zombie album yet. Not to disappoint the fans of Hellbilly Deluxe and hardcore fans of White Zombie, but this great because there are songs equally heavy as they are groove oriented. There are classics here and great guest stars. Iron Head is a piledriver which features the legendary OZZY OSBOURNE! Dead Girl Superstar features the great KERRY KING of Slayer! Unlike HBD, this album has a lot less number of fillers.
The great songs are Demon Speeding, Never Gonna Stop (groovy feel and hardcore chorus), Feel so Numb (oh hell yeah!), Iron Head (w/Ozzy!), Dead Girl Superstar (w/ Kerry King!), Go to California (the real road song!).
BE SURE TO BUY THIS!
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Ok, if you all havent noticed, I like writing song reviews, so here is another 1: (this CD is very similar to Hellbilly Deluxe
1. Sinners Inc. - The Call of the Zombie Pt. 2
2. Demon Speeding - Good song, keeps good beat
3. Dead Girl Superstar - fast-paced rock song w/ Kerry King of Slayer on Guitar
4. Never Gonna Stop - kind of a 60s rock song, 1 of the best tracks on the CD
5. Iron Head - features the prince of darkness himself, Ozzy Osbourne, derived its name from Robs hit Electric HEAD and Ozzy's hit IRON Man, thus producing IRON HEAD
6. (go to) California - my favorite song on the CD, the hook maintains a slow beat while the chorus is hard core
7. Feel So Numb - the most famous song of Sinister Urge
8. Transylavannian Trans. - similar to HDs Perversion 99
9. Bring Her Down - good orhcestra-rock
10. Scum Of The Earth - who doesnt like this fast-paced collage of madness
11. House of 1000 Corpses - a song that as hard as you try, cant get out of your head
BONUS TRACK. Unholy Three - great kind of wierd but great
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This album doesn't seem to enjoy the popularity of Hellbilly Deluxe, Rob Zombie's first solo release, but I consider The Sinister Urge the better album of the two. The music seems to be more important this time around, as Zombie experiments with or conjures up new means by which to communicate his unique message. (go to) California, for example, seems to begin with a strange lilting sound to it, and Zombie's voice is somewhat subdued on the verses, providing a nice contrast with the more forceful chorus. Of course, there is plenty of hard rocking on this album, especially on the three most familiar tunes: Never Gonna Stop (the red, red kroovy), Feel So Numb, and Demon Speeding. Demon Speeding reminds me a lot of the Hellbilly Deluxe tracks, but the other new songs have a different sound and style than what Zombie has given us before. These songs are catchier and are more prone to hang around in your head reminding you of their visceral greatness; some might say Zombie got a little soft and added a touch of pop to a few tracks here, but I don't think that is the case at all. If he has added anything, it is a complexity that makes his music all the more impressive.
One song that certainly deserves special mention is Iron Head, which features none other than Ozzy Osbourne helping out on the vocals; the way he and Zombie alternate lines makes Ozzy's input especially effective. Dead Girl Superstar is a great hard-rocking track, and I also really like Bring Her Down (To Crippletown), another song which features a dramatic contrast between the verses and chorus. Scum of the Earth isn't bad, but I would consider it the only light-weight song on the album. There really isn't as much filler material on here as some might think. Sinners Inc.
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Format: Audio CD
Robby's back with another winner, but it's too short.
This C.D. is pretty awesome, I like all the songs on it. He has two more popular, famous smash hits ( Demon Speeding and Never Gonna Stop), and the addition of Ozzy on a track is a particularly good touch.
It is also hard, but isn't just a bunch of hard notes piled on top of eachother like White Zombie. Robby brings back the classic Scum of the Earth on this release, and the song Go To California is different, more soft and pleasant, but I like it just fine. He proves he still has his old, ghoulish ways with House of 1000 Corpses, including ICP-esque disguisting lyrics and a creepy, "sinister" sound--it would be a good one for Halloween.
Unfortunatly, RZ doesn't want us to get too much of a good thing. It is too short. With only 11 tracks and something around 40 minutes, this has no room for two teaser, short tracks. If he had continued his good ways through atleast another two songs, this one would be in my C.D. case of favorites.
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Robby's back with another winner, but it's too short.
This C.D. is pretty awesome, I like all the songs on it. He has two more popular, famous smash hits ( Demon Speeding and Never Gonna Stop), and the addition of Ozzy on a track is a particularly good touch.
It is also hard, but isn't just a bunch of hard notes piled on top of eachother like White Zombie. Robby brings back the classic Scum of the Earth on this release, and the song Go To California is different, more soft and pleasant, but I like it just fine. He proves he still has his old, ghoulish ways with House of 1000 Corpses, including ICP-esque disguisting lyrics and a creepy, "sinister" sound--it would be a good one for Halloween.
Unfortunatly, RZ doesn't want us to get too much of a good thing. It is too short. With only 11 tracks and something around 40 minutes, this has no room for two teaser, short tracks. If he had continued his good ways through atleast another two songs, this one would be in my C.D. case of favorites.
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