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181. Cowboy
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183. Taking the Music Back
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184. Sex, Drugs and Rap 'N Roll
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185. Self Inflicted
186. Body Count
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181. Cowboy
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Asin: B00002SWH5
Catlog: Music
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Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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The second single from the Detroit-based rapper's 1998 album 'Devil Without A Cause'. Contains two versions of 'Cowboy'(Edit & Album Version), plus 'I Am The Bullgod'. Slimline jewel case. 1999 release. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Good Song,but Ya May Aswell Have The Album.
The Only Exclusive Track Is "I Am The Bullgod"(Live) Which Is Fairly Decent,It's Dissappointing This CD Isn't Enhanced But If You Want The CD-Rom Video For Cowboy It Can Be Picked Up On CD2 Of Bawitdaba.This Track Is Taken From The Album "Devil Without A Cause" Which Is A Great Album Which Includes This Track And Also The Hits "Bawitdaba","I Am The Bullgod" And The Slow But Powerful "Only God Knows Why"."Devil Without A Cause" Is A Definate For Your Collection But This Single Doesn't Look Too Bad There Anyhow.

5-0 out of 5 stars THIS SONG SUITS BOTH ME & MY 10 YEAR OLD

5-0 out of 5 stars Cool Song!
Buy this damn song.It really refreshes you after a hard day's work.Two words......Buy it! ... Read more

182. Transistor (Clean)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Celestial Being
what 311 has done with this album is a milestone in music.the melodies and atomosphere they create are nothing short of amazing. lyrics that speak of different energies within their positive ideal make them invincible to negativity and an inspiration to all. open you mind and expand! ... Read more

183. Taking the Music Back
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Taken from the band's 2003 album, 'We've Come For You All'. The title track is backed with 5 non-LP tracks, 'Ghost' (unreleased song), 'Exit' (U2 - conversation), 'Next To You' (Police - conversation), 'Safe Home' (Video - feat. Keanu Reeves) & 'Taking The Music Back' (Video). Nuclear Blast. 2003. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A single worth every cent
Wow,quite simply put. This single disc completes WCFYA.There is, of course, the main single (Taking the Music Back).But then 2 minutes of a song called Ghost.Unbelievably one of the hardest hitting, slap you around, metal songs every put to CD.How this did not get put on WCFYA I will never understand.Two minutes! Two minutes of pure Metal Heaven.The boys then cover U2's song: Exit. Another tremendous offering followed by the Police's: Next To You.Again, excellent.Two videos (Safe Home & Taking...).Buy it for Ghost. ... Read more

184. Sex, Drugs and Rap 'N Roll
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars great rap metal
Ah, the Phunk Junkeez at their finest hour! This album contains many underground tunes to bump in your trunk, from songs like "Short Term Memory Loss" "American Pimp" "Innovator" and "Strugglin'". This album also has a special appearance by Sen Dog of Cypress Hill, and that track is mad phat. This CD will leave rap metal/bubble gum icons like Fred Durst and Kid Rock crying back home!

5-0 out of 5 stars Junkeez rock
I have been a Junkeez fan for quite some time. This band never ceases to amaze me. Each cd that comes out gets better and better. I can't get enough of Sex Drugs and Rap 'N Roll. This CD is great for road trips. It is one of those that you don't have to skip songs on. Keep in mind that it is not for the faint at heart. If you are in to the rap and roll thing, this cd is for you. The Junkeez have been doing it for awhile and they just keep getting better and better.

So you like Limp F'n Bizkit? Why dont you stop letting your mommy dress you and listen to some real Trip Hop. Let me tell you this, if Fred Worst is the spokesman for our generation, then we are all totally f!?ked. Thank God for the Phunk Junkeez. As a fan since 95, I can say only Faith No More can even hold a candle to the PJ. These guys have been doing what all the "rap rock" bands ahve been trying to do since the late 80's. And Sex, Drugs, Rap and Roll once again proves that they are one of the few who can do it. Limp Bizkit be damned. Soulman could take Fred Worst to shool on sundays. The music these gus shell out doesn't ever get old. Then throw the smooth lyrics by Soulman and you have what becomes a trip hop masterpiece. These guys are the one of the last non-conformist bands around besides deftones, (hed)pe, tool and a select few others. And while PJ may not have much musicly in common with those bands, they, like the others, will never lay down for a quick buck. Buy this album. Buy this and Phunk Junkeez (self-titled debut), Injected and Fear of a Whack Planet. Buy them all, and then bask in the glory of a band who makes the music that all the main stream "rap rock" bands wish they could. Like Soulman says, "Even when I'm sleepin, I'm keepin it real..."

5-0 out of 5 stars JUNKEEZ creating the master RapnRoll album
Blending Phunk with adrenaline fueled rock and insane lyrics from Soulman, blazing guitar by newcomer danny P. I listen to this album over and over again each time picking up new hints of percussion, mixes of live drums, samples, sythns, drum loops, d.j. scratces .. The JUNKEEZ have put out thier best effortyet. Blending the originality and PHUNK of thier first album, the harder edge of INJECTED and the Grooves of "fear of a Whack Planet" the JUnkeez have created a RapnRoll masterpiece! ... Read more

185. Self Inflicted
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WE ARE...we are the way one feels when identifying a loved one's badly decomposed body. we are the grave markers scattered across the highways and backroads of the country. we are the people you feel watching you in an empty room. we are the equal and opposite reaction. we are the voice you thought called your name when you were home alone. we are responsible for the realization that life's one guarantee is death. we are the mirror's reflection in a pitch black room. we are the unexplained images captured on your roll of film. we are the shadowy figures behind the curtain in the attic window. we are the blood stains left behind at every crime scene and the fresh ink drying on every suicide letter. we are...PROJECT:DEADMAN ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Hilarious
I saw a commercial for this, and it seemed unintentionally hilarious, so I had to look it up here. The album description here at amazon is even better. It's so pretentious and cliched it made me laugh.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad...but does not live up to the hype
This is not a bad CD, it just comes off as being plain and lacking. Most of the songs are very generic, I was looking for more. Some of the songs are very good, like "Access Denied" with Tech9, but most are middle of the road. I'm not really into the whole horror movie rap thing, so that was lost on me. Those songs were just boring anyway, slow and dull...strickly for ICP fans. Some songs were very good, but the CD as a whole lacked creativity and innovation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Mike E Clark = music genius
I never have been a fan of Bedlam(Prozak's former group) a matter of fact I thought they were an awful excuse for music...but when the better rapper of the group Prozak teamed up with Mike E Clark producer of the 5 best ICP jokers cards, the classic 3 EP's and B/B(which should have been ONE cd) works perfectly In my opinion this album blows away ICP's latest jokers card(simply because nobody wants to hear ICP try to sing over cheesy Zug IZland music)...not only is this one of my favorite albums of 2004 within time it might be one of my favorite albums...

5-0 out of 5 stars PDM 4 LIFE
well i got the cd today(7-13-04) and i gotta say it blew me away...this is the best album i've heard in along time..this will stay in my cd player for awhile hell maybe even 4ever...body bag is my fav song..all i gotta say is prozak+mec=genius! from 10 to 1...1 being the lowest,10 being the highest i give this cd a perfect 10 stright up...out of all the albums i have reviewed this is the only one i gave a 10 this is the BEST album!

5-0 out of 5 stars PDM
I had been looking foward to this cd for awhile. As soon as I heard it I was addicted to it. There is really all kinds of songs on this disc. All of the songs are very entertaining. "THE CROSS BETWEEN STEPHEN KING AND WES CRAVEN" spitting lyrics very dark is exactly what I was looking foward to. The wicked rap I have been looking for was right here because I am far from wicked and at the end of the day this is stuff you can drift away too in your imaganation. Another thing I really love about this group is how they seem to connect with there fans. They are repping the UNDERGROUND. They are not unreachable and the music they make is just for us. The fans of the wicked style. Try it out and support the Project. ... Read more

186. Body Count
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Uncensored Version of Body Count
I am one of Ice-T fans and is sadly to see that there is a censoring of one of the song which is called 'Cop Killer'. I know it might not be good to play this song in front of the policemen, but still is a classic song for the Ice-T fans. They shouldn't banned the song. Those who got the first release version which got the song 'Cop Killer', don't ever loose it as it is now consider 'a priceless album'. Those who got the second release version, sorry to say that this was the censored version without the song 'Cop Killer'. I hope internet do have this song for downloading, so that you will not miss this classic song. ... Read more

187. Anthrax Live: The Island Years
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Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Good choice of tracks.. but where is Among the Living ?
I wouldn't go as far as saying that this is a must-have CD by the great band, but there are some tracks on it that are outstanding.

The quality is certainly not the best for a live album (for a lesson in quality live recordings, look at Iron Maiden's Live after Death), but there is still some killer tracks here.

However, I am still wondering my Among the Living is not on here - in my opinion, this is one the best songs they ever did as a live set.

I love the live version of Bring the Noise with Public Enemy - these guys pioneered alot of the sounds that you hear now with bands like Limp Bizkit, Korn, POD etc and you can hear that in this track - simply awesome.

The crowd/live atmosphere is not really transferred onto this recording, especially with those recorded in the studio with a "live" audience.

Still, this is an Anthrax album so that alone gives it some merit !!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Worth getting if you're a fan
I want to be real honest here; this is not a four or five star album. I'm a huge Anthrax fan and think this album is a lot of fun. But four or five stars should be for excellent or essential albums and this just isn't up to that level.

Produced to fullfill contractual obligations with Island records, this live album captures some of the fun of the band just prior to Joey Belladonna leaving the band. So if you want to hear Anthrax live with Belladonna and Spitz, then this is for you. The first 2/3rds is a live venue in California and the sound quality is merely good - not perfect. The last four songs are from a live in the studio session for a radio program. Sound quality is better on these.

This is not bad! If you already love Anthrax then don't hesitate! But it's not a good selection for the first Anthrax album you buy. For that, I'd recommend, Among the Living, Spreading the Disease, Persistence of Time or Sound of White Noise.

5-0 out of 5 stars Anthrax Live: The Island Years
I think this is one of the best CD's I own, it's a great live album and most of Anthrax's classics are included.The sound quality is pretty good, some people think it's not so good,but I think it's fine.The first 8 tracks were recorded live in Irvine Meadows, California in 1991, the last 4 tracks we're recorded live at Electric Lady studio in 1992.If you like Anthrax then you owe it to yourself to pick this CD up!

5-0 out of 5 stars Anthrax thrash mad!
the Best of Anthrax.. thrash me mad! but this is not all.. featuring PUBLIC ENEMY! Good thrash metal live album

3-0 out of 5 stars A Taste of Old School Metal
New frontman John Bush is not featured on this CD which captures the Anthrax of old. Classic songs like Parasite, Antisocial, and Bring the Noise are found, but the recording is not of the highest quality. Lesser known tracks like I am the Law and In My World were recorded in a small club and sound awesome. ... Read more

188. What You Thought You Heard
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Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars I used to listen to Borialis
I was going through high school as Borialis got big at the jersey shore. they used to be the most original band around, but that was on their first record "Out da Rug Room" It was fresh, funk-driven trip-hop that made you wanna get up and groove. Their live shows were full of surf jams, hip-hop melodies, loud rock music, and of course the sweet sounds of Doc-Nu on the one and two's. But then Ricky's head got really big and they decided to sign with a major record label-Capitol. I hope Ricky likes his trade-funk for pop metal! My advice to Ricky: stick with YOUR sound. You were about to change the face of music. Have fun without your band! Call me when you get back together.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Original the REAL kind of Rap and Rock
This is one hell of an album. Im not just sayin' that cause they're local boys that I played w/ numerous times, but because they deserve everything. Its like Led Zepplin rock w/ old-school hiphop vocals above it, and its all the beats and riffs are from instruments--> or as they call it "White Trash Hip Rock". There is a DJ, but he's instrument is This is a great, original album. Every track is gold and will appeal to fans of all music. Its a shame that it got pushed back a half-dozen times and had no promotion for its final release. BUY THIS ALBUM! Jersey Shore represent!

5-0 out of 5 stars rock with hip-hop influence
After following and listening to this group for several years, they finally have an album available for sale to the masses and it's exciting to know others will get to enjoy their sound. These Jersey boys have a style that has evolved and changed over the years, but I've trully enjoyed all of them. From rock, to hip-hop, to instrumental surf jams, etc... these guys are amazing musicians. You may have heard their talent before in productions they've done for other artists such as the Spooks (Things I've Seen), or on sound tracks for the surf film (What Exit?), or the film (Dissapearing Acts). Hopefully now that they have this album out you'll get to hear a whole lot more. Honestly they've recorded enough songs to have 4 or 5 albums out already, but the music industry is a strange place.

On the real...every time I listen to any of their albums I get amped. In my eyes this album is going to be a classic rock album with a serious hip-hop influence. Buy it - you won't be dissapointed!!! ... Read more

189. Vol. 3-Forgotten Freshness
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Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars For completionists only
This CD gives us a look at three songs that were originally slated to be the 2000 and 2001 ICP Hallowicked songs but that for one reason or another did not make the cut. The rest of the songs that are contained on this CD are all previously released on other CDs. Some like Posse on Vernor are slightly different than their original releases but nothing major was dine to any of the tracks. This CD was put together so that Juggalos could shell out [money] to psychopathic and get all of ICP's songs that have appeared on vaious artist releases such as Take A Bite Outta Rhyme- A Rock Tribute to Rap and The Great White Hype Soundtrack. If you are a down juggalo and you want to pay more money to Psychpathic Records who are becoming as greedy and shady as other record companies than buy this CD otherwise stear clear because this is just repackaged music. The only redeeming factor about this CD is the insert that gives more inside info and explenations of the tracks like the other two Forgotten Freshness Volumes. All in all this is merely repacked ..., but it is worth getting if you are a huge juggalo or you want to get the three unreleased songs, that will probably appear on an upcoming CD anyways. If you are looking for new ICP to hold you over until The Sixth Jokerz Card drops then pick up the Pendulum singles they almost all are awesome especially Drunken Ninja and the Ryda two track single.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not as Good as the first 2
Forgotten Freshness 1 and 2 are Two of ICP's best cd's. It would be hard to match this.
This is still a good CD its just that a lot of the songs on it Ive allread heard so they are not really Forgotten. Its just freshness

3-0 out of 5 stars Eh...
Well...most of the songs on here are good and everything but there was really only about 3 songs we haven't heard before on it. They have a lot of different types of songs, and some are styles you haven't heard from ICP. Like Take Me Home and Fly Away are different then their usual type of song, and they are cool. But this CD is still a dissapoint b/c we've heard most of it, and they have other things they could have put on this CD. Oh well, still pick it up if you're a juggalo. If you aren't, I'd suggest something else from ICP, such as Riddle Box

5-0 out of 5 stars Phat!
Man, this is another ... album from the guys who bring us the Dark Carnival. This thing was just as great as all their other albums. I think t sounds good and will continue to listen to it. So for now, peace.

5-0 out of 5 stars a great piece of work to keep us entertained until the sixth
this is a great album, i anyone who says different hasnt really listened to it. i thought i had everything icp has ever done because i am always searching the net for new stuff but this proved me wrong. their is 1 or 2 songs that arnt that great but the rest are masterpieces. the songs that i do have are remastered and now sound much better.
if you are down with the clown this is a must buy.
you wont regret it.
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190. Music
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Average Customer Review: 4.74 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Brilliant!!
This has to be one of the best debuts ever. My friend was a huge 311 fan and i wasn't really into them yet and he told me to buy this cd so i went to a used record store looking for from chaos but they didn't have it so i bought this. At first only a few tracks stood out but a few listens later i was addicted. I think this is one of the best albums ever. Every track is awesome, "Welcome", "My Stoney Baby", "Feels so Good", "Freak Out", etc, etc, etc. There's not a weak track to be found. If you buy this (and you should), don't expect the album to sink in after one listen, it's one of those brilliant albums where you have to listen to it a fews times to catch everything on it. For further listening pick up grassroots or from chaos or any other 311 album but those are just my personal favorites. But if your considering getting into 311, I would suggest getting Music first. Definitely Music!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars The greatest album from the greatest band
Simply put: the greatest band had their greatest album first. Not many artists today can say this. 311 indeed can, because 1993's "Music" encompasses everything that the Omaha-native boys are capable of in the world of music.

Now 10 years later, this album still graces the very foremost of my CD collection. It is, and probably will remain, my favorite album of all time. The incredible diversity of 311 is seen moreso in this record than in any other they have recorded since; therefore, their first recording (which many consider more of an experiment or a let-em-know kind of release) remains their strongest, and the truest to their backgrounds and influences.

From the appropriately-titled "Welcome" all the way through to the final track "Fat Chance" (with perhaps the most famous LIVE 311 song ever, "F**k the Bulls**t," ending the album), "Music" starts strong, stays strong, and ends strong. If you want to hear a diverse band that was (and is) as progressive and as exciting as any band in the world today, I suggest that you give a thorough listen to 311's "Music" with open ears and an open mind, because nothing has ever sounded like this before - and, likely, nothing ever will.

4-0 out of 5 stars "Music's" what I need to keep my sanity.
I have enjoyed all of "311's" albums, but I easily like "Music" the most, and that's saying something. Being their debut, this isn't as experimental as later albums, but the combo of rock-rap and funk on here is very solid. And as you will hear, from the start "311" had great and positive lyrics, delivered perfectly from S.A. and Nick Hexum. I also feel, this is the point that "311" became the new "Chili Peppers", for me anyway. They just had that energy. This album is also actually 12 tracks, the last one being one of the best. Overall, if you get anything other than their "Greatest Hits", make it "Music".

5-0 out of 5 stars 311, 1993, still doin you right
Okay, I won't lie to you, I didn't listen to 311, maybe 8 months ago. I've been a black metal and death metal fan for most of my early years. After that phase music essentially encompassed almost every aspect of my life. When all my friends rushed out to go buy "Evolver" the day it came out, I was confused. What was all this rush about? So I'm thinking, okay, go buy that one, let's see what they got...HOLY S*IT, they got it. Ok, this isn't a single-record deal here. Backtrack to a decade earlier, and this is "Music", 311's major-label debut (Ok, so maybe not real major-label but it wasn't independent). It took me a bit to get into it, but as I keep going through, I see that these are where their most solid melodies and beats come through.

Welcome was a rather interesting album-opener, I think that's what stopped me initially. But afterwards, Freak Out just explodes on and keeps moving with the now solid back and forth groove pattern. This is rap-rock's roots, and this is where all the other bands crowding radio and MTV are. All 311 does is groove, and that's all they need. No one else can touch this combination. Flip between Paradise and Unity and yes, that is still the same band. Although Music still isn't my favorite 311 album (Transistor got me good), I recognize it to be the foundation, and a damn good foundation at that. For these guys to be messin with the same musical revolution they started from high school until their mid 30s is amazing. No one can even claim to stand on the musical world as 311. So just chill out, stay clean (311-stylee) and nod your head to this...

5-0 out of 5 stars the world was not prepared for this
This album came out in 1993 and didn't fare very well at the time. 311's sound was so original and so radically different from everything else out there (only RATM was also combining rap with rock), that music critics then (and they still do now) totally dismissed them. Many of us who are fortunate to know about 311 and this album know how incredible it is.
(1) Welcome - A great intro song, I like where the music stops and Chad hits his snappy snare. They had recorded this song a year earlier for their self-produced EP 'Hydroponic' but rerecorded it for Music.
(2) Freak Out - Another rerecorded song from the Hydroponic EP (lyrics were significantly changed in some verses), this is one of their greatest all-time live songs that they play at every show. Makes you want to jump up and down.
(3) Visit - My favorite song on the album, goes from hard rapping verses to fun-to-sing-along-to choruses to a great little reggae-ish solo at the end.
(4) Paradise - My second favorite song on the album, this one has great lyrics ('when the day is done what you receive is the sum of what you took out from what you put in'), and I love the parts where Tim does guitar solo madness with SA rapping at the same time.
(5) Unity - This song was originally recorded two years earlier for their Unity EP and was rerecorded for this album. Nick sounds almost angry on this song, but the message is of course about unity. A great live song.
(6) Hydroponic - The distorted bass line gives me chills and then the guitar comes in and makes you want to headbang so hard you might injure yourself.
(7) My Stoney Baby - A great somewhat chill song with nice guitar noodling by Tim. I love the opening line sung by Nick 'The fish who keeps on swimming is the first to chill upstream'.
(8) Nix Hex - This song is pretty chill but has a hard chorus - I like the line 'I'm not doing it for your money, I'm doing it for your ears'. Then there is a cool interlude/transition into the next song. Rerecorded from the Hydroponic EP.
(9) Plain - This song, like Unity, has Nick sounding somewhat angry and for good reason. He sings '...frustrated musicians changing the emphasis from mind to money ... it's the sheep who keep on buying that soulless crap, whatever they put in front of ya, the hysteria of America' and then the heavy guitar comes in and he says 'Nod your head to this' and you definitely want to headbang. A great song. Rerecorded from the Hydroponic EP.
(10) Feels So Good - Another of the great live songs that is played at every 311 show. You have to see this song live. P-Nut always plays a bass solo in the middle. SA's rapping on this one ranks among his very best. This song was redone and was first recorded for the Unity EP.
(11) Do You Right - The only song I know of from this album released on the radio, this is a fun song to sing along to and the guitar riff at the beginning makes you want to jump up and down. Another redone song from the Unity EP.
(12) Fat Chance - This song often is the last played at 311 shows, another of the great songs to see live. Nick's lyrics are hilarious 'No I've never been to Alaska where the oil was spilled, that drunken captain should be killed for polluting our sea, an atrocity, he still walks free, well this one goes out to all the birds that drowned, f*** the bull**** it's time to throw down!' Another redone Unity EP song.
In summary, buy this CD or the edited version which unfortunately instead of editing the last track has it removed. ... Read more

191. Hipnosis
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars not as good as j.i.v.e
this cd has some rockin tunes but it is not as good as j.i.v.e but it is better than high definition.

5-0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable sound
This group is why its good to look around for good music. They defy any music genre. They are a mix of all different styles. Its hard these days to find music that isn't watered down, but Shootyz is straight hard-core in your ear. I can't listen to Hipnosis enough times. If you are looking for a CD that you can listen to from track 1 to track 14... this is the one!

4-0 out of 5 stars Best unknown band I've ever heard
After seeing Shottyz Groove open for 311, I knew they weren't getting the recognition they deserve. Their music is awesome and Hipnosis has some of the greatest songs I've heard.

5-0 out of 5 stars All fans of 311 buy this album
This CD was great for me. I bought this CD the same time I bought 311's newest CD Transistor. I was surprised when Transistor was awful and this CD was amazing. I have not heard any other band be able to mix guitars and rap the way Shootyz Groove does. I urge all the 311 fans who are disgusted by there last CD to buy this a feel the funk again!

5-0 out of 5 stars It will blow you away!!!
I've been a fan of the groove since their early days and I have to say they've come a long way. Hypnosis is an incredible album. A bit more mellow than their previous work, it definately makes you want to get your groove on. If you get the chance you have to witness these guys live. Until then listening to Hypnosis is the next best thing. At least until the next album comes out. I hope it's soon! ... Read more

192. We've Come for You All
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Limited 'Summer Festival Edition' of the heavy metal veteran's 2003 album includes a bonus disc with eight tracks 'Safe Home' 9radio edit), 'Grunt & Click', 'Dethroned Emperor', 'Celebrated Summer', 'Watchin' You', 'Auf Wiedersehen', 'Cowboy Song' & 'Lond ... Read more

193. Last of the Great 20th Century Composers
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Full Title - Last Of The Great 20th Century Composers. Inthe year 2000 Last Of The Great 20th Century Composers wasself-released on the infamous Princess Superstar's ownlabel, the Corrupt Conglomerate. A fitting prelude to 2000s smash Princess Superstar IS, this classic featuresPrincess' signature lascivious lyricism and off-kilterproduction alongside collaborations with music's brightestlights, from De La Soul alumni and hip-hop legend PrincePaul to former Fugee John Forte to The Blues Explosion'sJon Spencer. It burst on the scene with its slick, giddyegotism, assy-drenched brassyness and undeniably slammingbeats. If the world got a taste of Princess Superstar fromsingles like 'Do It Like A Robot' and Disco D's 'F**k Me On The Dancefloor,' then Last Of The Great 20th CenturyComposers was what whet their appetite. 2003. ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Uhh...I wanted to like this but...
I heard Princess Superstar on a track with (the ridiculosly funny) MC Paul Barman. I was very impressed with both her wordplay and her delivery. But, then I heard her own solo tracks. To spare the track-by-track rundown, I'll just say the album isn't very entertaining. I have as much respect for killer guest appearances as the next guy, but you have to be able to translate that into a dope album as well. I don't think it happened here. The lyrical content and some of the production earn 2 stars, but I'm saving those other 3 stars for when she becomes more than just a "one verse MC". And no, I will not give her extra props for being a white woman in a field dominanted by black men. :)

5-0 out of 5 stars there's only one true superstar...
i love this album. speaking as a woman who likes nothing more that to hear another woman who doesn't take any bull speak her mind in intelligent, catchy, funny, crafty music, thii salbum provides me with enjoyment on many different levels. princess is an artist that can be sexual and enticing without debasing herself or her intelligence. let's also not forget that becasue she also has her own label, she is an artist we can all salute to as a true musicain who cared more about her art and her atuonomy over it rather than take a taste of that alluring corporate carrot.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing!
If you like hilarious lyrics, awesome beats, and great rhymes, get this album. PS is the best! Also check out her latest album, Princess Supertar Is, which is even more amazing.

5-0 out of 5 stars aHEAD OF ITS TIME

5-0 out of 5 stars Princess Superstar Rules!
She is the most clever MC around--her lyrics are brilliant, her beats rule, and she is incredibly cool.

You gotta get this album... and get her newest disc "Is" as well. Every one of her tracks is a sonic journey into amazing hip-hop and electronica.

I can't believe she isn't a real superstar yet. I'm sure she will be soon enough. ... Read more

194. Enemy of the Enemy [Canada Bonus CD]
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5-0 out of 5 stars Furious Pakistani-Brit Rock n' Rap
Look, if you like music whose bite is irresistable rocknroll melody, whose bark is politcs, and whose stare is a thousand miles, then you will like ADF. With similarities to artists as diverse as SINEAD OCONNOR, LINKIN PARK,
TRANSGLOBAL UNDERGROUND, RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, THE CLASH, OZOMATLI, CRYSTAL METHOD , MASSIVE ATTACK and SYSTEM OF A DOWN, ADF's music is soaring, substantive and furious! by turns hardcore (rapping about duplicity in "2 Face") and sentimental (mesmerizing triphop in "1000 Mirrors" sung by slinky sinead Oconnor), ADF mines all the high-tech musical genres of the last 20 years (rave, dub, jungle, triphop, rap, electronica, mash up) with overlays of the perrenials: reggae, acid jazz and the protest song.

Their samples are divine (a deeply moving political speech in "Assatta Dub" on the bonus disc, which is a reincarnation of the cut, "Committed to Life," from their 2000 release, "Community Music"), their melodies catchy (who can withstand the pumping urgency of"Fortress Europe"?!) and their vocals immediate and true ("2 Face" is as bitter and forceful as anything Linkin Park ever spewed).

The bonus disc is not an afterthought, it is a MUST. With 2 remixes of "1000 Mirrors" and 3 of"Fortress Europe," the two best cuts on the CD, it greatly extends the pleasure of the the first disc. AND ADF's live cover of the The Clash's "Police on My Back" touts sirens, shouts and harmonies that suck the listener right into the experience, and gives one the most tantlizing taste of what the guys must be like in concert!

Buy it for the music, listen to it for the sentiments.

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195. Live at the Fillmore
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Truth be told, since the blunted triumphs of their eponymous debut and 1993's Black Sunday, Cypress Hill have been in a steady creative tailspin. Tellingly, on this live disc, recorded at the legendary San Francisco venue, it's the trio's genuinely entertaining performances of early material such as "Real Estate" and "How I Could Just Kill a Man" that stand out. But the percussive accompaniment and fuzzy guitars the group draft to dress up the rest of their material simply make the proceedings repetitive and tiresome and obscure B-Real's distinctive whine and Muggs's production--the group's two greatest assets. Thankfully, there is a return to their most potent material toward the end, but it doesn't save this release from being a cursory footnote in their discography. For completists only. --Del F. Cowie ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars cypress hill.....say screw the pig!...screw the pig!
first i bought cypress hill self titled a few weeks ago!i loved it!then i bought black sunday!it rocks!its not much worse than thefirst cd...but theres one song that swears alot!i mean it!then the next day i bought live at fillmore!i love it so much!its the best!but its quite bad!a to the k is bad!and riot starter is bad!but the cd is sweeeeeeet!the best songs are looking through the eye a pig,cant g best of me,a to the k,i aint goin out like that,riot starter....and the best song is rock superstar!its so sweeeeeeeeeeeeet!buy this cd man!o yea!one thing:it contains explicit language!beleive me!...and today im going to buy stoned raders or 4!thanx!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD
I've been a fan of Cypress Hill for a long time, and this CD is possibly the best of them all. It has all of the best songs, and are played with great energy and momentum. Many, if not all of the songs sound much more energetic and alive then on the studio albums. Even stuff from the newer albums, which I didn't like very much, is worth listening to again and again. Bottom line is, if you liked the early Cypress Hill albums, and dig live material you'll love this CD. It's one of the best live CDs I've ever heard.

4-0 out of 5 stars .....cypress....still up the hill!
..this is one of the greatest live albums you gotta buy it....the sound and voices are kinda.....scavenger or something...that's right this is a great hip hop band..but...they can turn crazy all the crowd just like any metal band....sen dog sounds kinda rude but funny.....and b real just awesome.....oh my gawd is awesome!!the only bad thing is that they didn't play any song from temples of boom.....that was really ....some anyway buy it sucka!

5-0 out of 5 stars One of their best CDs
This record is excellent. Needless to say, live versions are pretty different from the studio records. A wondrous atmosphere of the concert has been keeped nicely. However, if you don't like the sound of the screaming mob, then live version is not for you. The quality is good, even though this is a live record. Some songs are sound versions of those on Still Smokin' DVD. One notice, however: Do not waste your money on clean version; it lacks all the good stuff.

5-0 out of 5 stars don't mess with the Hill, just buy this cd
This album showcases Cypress Hill's best material as well as their skill at performing live. They deliver off-the-hook versions of killer songs like "Aint goin out like that", "Rock superstar", and of course "Insane in the brain". I like the way the performances keep the hardcore style intact, but put a spin on the way the songs sound compared to the original recordings. My only complain deals with the dvd--they should have included more of the Fillmore show instead of putting all the videos on it. Or simply released 2 dvd's--one of the entire show, and the other with all the Hill's videos. Holla. ... Read more

196. Cocky (Clean Version)
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4-0 out of 5 stars An excelent cd but not kids best
don't get me wrong this cd rocks but i personally find "Devil Without A Cause", "History of Rock" and "Kid Rock" all much much better. The above three i gave all 5's

trucker anthem - this song proves what kid rock is all about 20/20

forever - really really good 19/20

lay it on me - really really ok 14/20

cocky - pretty good 18/20

what i learned out on the road - amazing 19/20

i'm wrong but you ain't right - typical kid rock song 19/20

lonely road of faith - AWESOME!!!! 20/20

you never met a white boy quite like me - sweet just plain sweet 20/20

picture - it's a shame this song is overplayed on the radio cuz it really is pretty good 17/20

i'm a dog - ok 15/20

midnight train to memphis - this is the best song on the cd half is slow country style the rest is what kids good at 20/20

baby come home - good 16/20

drunk in the morning - ehh 15/20

overall: 16/20

4-0 out of 5 stars Cocky
I'm 36 and really don't care for hip-hop, but I do like this cd and the differents styles of music on it. I think it's awesome that Kid Rock sings whatever music he likes and doesn't just go one way. My favorite songs are the rock and country songs, but I can take a little hip-hop mixed in. When I listen to Cocky, I skip tracks 1-4 and start on #5. To me, that's where the good music starts. Even though this is the clean version, there are still several songs that I won't let my kids listen to.

5-0 out of 5 stars the kids best
I think this is kid rocks best album as yet.There are certain songs that the kid really expresses and i think that he is singing some of the songs to himself.My favorite track would have to be lonley road of faith because he is singing that to all the fans.He has also made a big hit for sheryl crow with picture witch is also a fantastic melodey overall this is a fantastic album and his best one yet.

5-0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable!!!!!
What a cd!

trucker anthem-intro of the cd, nice rap.

forever-a perfect song heard just about everywhere

lay it on me-hard rap after first 2:40 seconds.

cocky-seemingly slow rap.

what i learned out on the road-slow and rap mixed together

im wrong, but you ain't right-mostly rap

lonely road of faith-mostly slow, great song

never met a quite like me-alternitave rap,ok song

picture-great combination of sheryl crow and kid rock

im a dog-rap,pretty good dancing song

midnight train to memphis-awesome lyrics

baby come home-very slow rap,but good

drunk in the morning-high rating only at beginning

5-0 out of 5 stars If he's a Gimmick, well, it's Worked!
I am a 37 Year Old woman, and a Mother to 4 Kids, I heard the song Mother ... quite like me, and I have to Say, I'm impressed ( ok, ok, maybe impressed wasn't quite the Word.) at any RATE, I like the music it's catchy and has great melodies, and as far as I'm concerned if it has a good beat,good melodies and harmonies, I'm there.
Look, every artist out there has some type of gimmick, some of their images aren't the greatest but you have to give credit where credit's due.
I think this man will be around for a long Time, and I for one am glad.
By the way, I don't live in a doublewide, I have a Doctorate, and all my teeth. ... Read more

197. Cryptic Collection
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A collection of rarities and studio out-takes form Twiztid, recorded primarily during the period of their major label release "Mostastless". ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Cryptic
This is the first of 3 cc's and it is a very good cd. alot of nr. bonez solo tracks but thats cool

Intro-Awesome alternate version of the intro to MoStAsTeLeSs

WhAtThEf*cK (extra crispy mix)-pretty good remix to a great song but the original is better mainly becaue of Blaze.

I Could-Old school track from way back in the days of HoUsE oF kRaZeEs

AiN't A dAmN tHiNg ChAnGeD-great song with a good beat

BaD dReAm-awesome mr. bonez solo song

Sombody Dissin u-Alright song not the best ive heard on the cd

BLAM!!!-another great Mr Bonez solo song

SoMeThInG wEiRd-The Title track for what would have been a great Mr bonez solo EP

Meat Cleaver-A good song featuring the entire hatchet fam of the time

Dr Jekyl & Mr. Bonez-My Favorite of the mr bonez solo songs

ReNdAtIoNs Of ReAlItY-The Better of The 2 versions in my oppinion

Put it down-A great Blaze Song

Thats all i gotta say about This cd

Note*Mr Bonez is jamie madroxs name from HOK

5-0 out of 5 stars Twiztids best
Cryptic Collection is a great piece of work by twiztid,the best from them. The songs within this CD show how creative and how much talent Twiztid has(being majorly underrated in other eyes). This CD is one of my all time favorite CDs,and being its only a Collection of songs from the past/scraped,it really shows to be amazing.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Darn Good!
Cryptic Collection is kind of like ICP's Forgotten Freshness. It is basically a collection a old and rare songs that otherwise would not have been released. It's very good thing that they did this because it would be a shame if some of these songs were never released. Let me go over the tracks.

1. Twiztid Intro 2: Very cool, alternate intro to Mostasteless. It is extremely wicked!

2. Whatthef*** Extra Crispy Mix: Remix of the orginal version. Has Madrox doing the backround part of the chorus instead of Blaze. Another cool thing about this is that it is not censored like the version on the Mostasteless re-release.

3. I Could: A very short song done solo by Mr. Bones a.k.a Jamie Madrox. It's good but not great.

4. Ain't a Damn Thang Changed: One of my favorates on this cd. This song was supposed to be on Mostasteless, but got cut out for some reason. This is one of the best songs on this cd.

5. Bad Dream: Another Madrox solo. I really like this one.

6. Somebody's Dissin' You: This is a great song and was once found on the original Mostasteless and Psychopathics from Outer Space. It is different though because Blaze Ya Dead Homie does an awesome verse in this one.

7. Blam!!: Solo Madrox song. It's already been on another cd. It's pretty mediocre, but you might like it.

8. Something Weird: Another one of the best songs on this cd. It's a Madrox solo and he totally rocks it. 5 Star Material!

9. Meatcleaver: This song has already been released on a few other cd's. Still pretty cool though. Features Myzery and ICP.

10. Dr. Jekly & Mr. Bones: Okay song. It's pretty oldschool, so I got respect for that.

11. Rendition of Reality: A little differnt from the other version, but it's still a great and well written song. Makes you thankful for cigarettes and the other small pleasures in this messed up world.

12. Put It Down: This is really a Blaze song. They just put it here to hype up the release of Blaze's EP that came out a few years ago. Still good though

That's it, I hope this was helpful and I hope you pick this up. ... Read more

198. Hvy 1
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1999 collection by this metal outfit featuring 15 live tracks and two brand new studio recordings, 'Reborn' and 'My Wil l'. 17 tracks total. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Rich Ward IS your rock lord!
I've seen these guys twice this year and both times they were incredible. This is truly Stuck Mojo at their finest - live! Rich's tone is simply amazing. If you've never seen the Mojo crew then I would waste no time ordering this disc. It's the next best thing to being there.

5-0 out of 5 stars A killer live band!
Stuck Mojo is a great band live. The killer live renditions of SM and their songs rule. They're underrated as it gets. The new cuts on this CD are cool too. Buy this album right now or you'll be so sorry. You just don't know about just what you're missing out on.

5-0 out of 5 stars THIS IS LIVE!?!?!?
Wow! I usually don't buy live albums ('cause I perfer the studio recordings) but this is album simply rocks. Most of the songs from Pigwalk and Snappin' Necks sound better on this CD than the studio version! Bud's drumming live is incredible! (and he doesn't use a click track live!) These guys are the tightest live band around. ....

5-0 out of 5 stars It doesn't get any better!
When it comes to live performances, it doesn't get any better than Stuck Mojo. I have seen all the heavyweights perform, and these guys from Atanta, GA can hold their own against anybody. If you want to know what Stuck Mojo is all about, this is the album to buy first!

1-0 out of 5 stars hvyi
I went to see them in Athens and they blowed,the band SickSpeed was alot better considering they have the three members of Stuck Mojo but a differnt lead singer ... Read more

199. Dead Flowerz
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5-0 out of 5 stars Your collection is not complete without this...
This album, along with many other Esham/Natas albums, is one of the best albums of the 90's. He keeps it underground here, but expands his style. This is not his BEST album, but it is one of. Best cuts are What, You Better Ask Somebody, Kill Or Be Killed, What Did I Do Wrong, Foodstamp, Any Style You Want, Because, Trick Wit Me, and If I Can't Have U, but the VERY BEST SONGS here and some of the best songs i have EVER heard are Killagram, One Day, Charlie Manson and Silicone. This album is a MUST for all esham fans, and ANY RAP FAN. Seriously you MUST check this out if you havent already. One of the best underground albums ever, along with the best Esham album EVER - Closed Casket. Also check out Kkkill The Fetus, and Boomin Words From Hell to hear Esham near his best, and get Natas' Doubelievengod and Multikillionaire: The Devil's Contract, because they are well worth your money.

5-0 out of 5 stars the previous reviewer...
ignore the f#ckwit who gave this cd a review of 1 star, he is a nas fan which explains he duz not understand what true rap is -- UNDERGROUND FOREVER
i bagged nas's illmatic album and sed that esham is the best rapper which he is and this c#nt had a little cry and had to give this album a low rating EVEN THOUGH HE DUZNT OWN IT!

good on ya mate, showed us all how much of a f#ckwit you are

1-0 out of 5 stars Nas Rules
This is not rap its crap go buy some real 1005 official rap not this crap it sucks.

5-0 out of 5 stars dead flowerz is just awesome
awesome awesome stuff here, if u say u like esham and dont have this album then u r just a faker, this is esham at his best, along with closed casket and booming words from hell. songs like you better ask somebody, kill or be killed, foodstamp, trick wit me, charlie manson and silicone, i find as the best on this but the others r still really good, such as songs like tony montana, what did i do wrong, any style you want, killagram, one day, fried chicken, because, if i cant have u, u aint fresh, and the remainder songs r about at a 4-star rating. u just have to get this, if i didnt have and had only heard the songs kill or be killed, and silicone, then i would buy it just for them, they r pure awesome.

5-0 out of 5 stars The number 1 under-rated cd in the 90's
This was the next perfect Album for Esham. Even though KKIll The Fetus, and Closed Casket were close to perfect, but only Booming Words from Hell and Dead Flowerz and guaranteed classics. Song after song nothing but top notch hits. This album was a shocker to me when I first heard it because he talks about everything you could want in a rap album...and it has great lyrics.) This album has it all, only down fall was that now I compare this album to all the reason of his new albums, and they don't meet the standards of dead flowerz. so if you want to hear a five star album get this one, guaranteed satisfaction ... Read more

200. Forgotten Freshness, Vol. 3

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This album is the third volume in a collection of rare studio out-takes and demos from ICP, the follow-up to the certified Gold Volumes 1 & 2. ... Read more

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