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Category: Industrial Metal
Label: Geffen Records
Catalog Number: Gefd-25212
Rob Zombie Vocals|
|1. ||Call Of The Zombie ||0:30|
|2. ||Superbeast ||3:40|
|3. ||Dragula ||3:42|
|4. ||Living Dead Girl ||3:21|
|5. ||Perversion 99 ||1:43|
|6. ||Demonoid Phenomenon ||4:11|
|7. ||Spookshow Baby ||3:38|
|8. ||How To Make A Monster ||1:38|
|9. ||Meet The Creeper ||3:13|
|10. ||The Ballad Of Resurrection Joe And Rosa Whore ||3:56|
|11. ||What Lurks On Channel X? ||2:29|
|12. ||Return Of The Phantom Stranger ||4:31|
|13. ||The Beginning Of The End ||1:52|
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|Total Running Time:|| 38:24|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 12, 2014 at 17:05|
|So Rob fired his White Zombie bandmates (inclluding his one-time girlfriend Sean Yseult) via conference call, and embarked on a solo career. Since he was the brains behind White Zombie, it's no surprise that Hellbilly Deluxe sounds a lot like his former band, particularly Astro-Creep: 2000. There's a bit less emphasis on metal and more on techno/industrial--fewer standout riffs, more processed percussion sounds--but the fist-pumping chorruses, pounding beats, and geeky obsession with horror movies still make up the bulk of the recipe.. Actually better than Astro-Creep in that there are more catchy songs, but the quality does tail ooff somewhat late in the game. This came out in the late summer of '98, just as I was leaving for college, so it has a bit of nostalgia attached to it for me. Best tracks are "Superbeast," "Dragula," "Living Dead Girl," and "Meet The Creeper."
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 12, 2014 at 20:03|
|Tommy Lee plays drums on "Meet The Creeper," incidentally. We know from his other projects that John Tempesta is no slouch, but T-Bone's drumming on that one song sounds immediately more "live" and less mechanical/robotic.
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