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81. Forgotten Freshness: Vols. 1 & 2
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5-0 out of 5 stars A MUST HAVE FOR ENY ICP FAN
This CD is the shxt!This CD may cost a little bit more but it's well worth the money!An less you're a cheap AXX or just to daxn poor.The best songs on it are Hey Vato,Willy Bubba,Hokus Pokus Remix,Piggy Pie old school,and Santas A Fat Bxtch.If you aint got Forgetten Freshness you aint really down the clown mxthafxcka.

5-0 out of 5 stars This CD is their best collection!
This has got to be the best collection of ICP's rare songs. I really like "85 Bucks an Hour" and "Red Christmas." They are the best! If you want to have every ICP song ever, then this is the one to get. You will enjoy it! It has good songs and 2 remixes and the original version of "Piggy Pie." Although I think the remix of "Hokus Pokus" is horrible, the rest is fresh.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply... just awesome... you have to get it
This cd realized me that I am a real juggalo. Now I feel like I'm ready to join Dark Carnival family... and you know what? WE WANT YOU 2!! BUY IT AND JOIN US !!

5-0 out of 5 stars ICPs BEST!!!
Insane Clown Posse was and isnt real famous,but I first got ICPs CD RIDDLE BOX in 2000,and I instantly liked them,but this is thier best CD,I also own RINGMASTER,RIDDLE BOX,BIZZAR,and THE GREAT MILENKO.If you want ICPs best effort albums {in this order}get this one,than THE AMAZING JEKEL BROTHERS,RIDDLE BOX,GREAT MILENKO,CARNIVAL OF CARNAGE,BIZZAR,BIZAAR,and than FORGOTTEN FRESHNESS VOL3. ps I have only heard 1 trak off of THE WRAITH OF SHANGRALI.

5-0 out of 5 stars Even More Dark Carnival Perfection!!!
Great, if you love'em. Garbage, if you hate'em. Still, this is a great mish-mash of rarities that never found a home on LP or EP and seals the notion that the Insane Clown Posse are indeed prolific. Arguably, the most prolific Rap group of the 90s! Christmas and Halloween tracks highlight the double set showing the duo can flawlessly drop appropriate rhymes for the holidays. The Halloween spirit suits ICP perfectly with spooky storytelling tracks like Halloween On Military Street, Dead Pumpkins and Mr. Rotten Treats. Plus, there is some well earned revulsion towards Xmas with tracks like Santa's a Fat B*tch and Red Christmas that will warm the heart of any holiday weary lout. Another plus is Hollywood Records un-approved version Piggy Pie with it's ultra violent lyrics that would make any self respecting Juggalo drool. More lost gems like House of Wonders, I Didn't Mean To Kill' Em, and Mental Warp just perplex juggalos, that they never found themselves on a proper album. If you can't get enough of the clown duo after you bought all their Jokers Cards this set will satisfy the void. ... Read more


82. Darkhorse
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3-0 out of 5 stars I'll give them some credit
After seeing the video for "Drowning" and listening to some samples of the songs of their sophomore album, I decided that I should give Crazy Town's music a try. And I had a gift card for Sam Goody, so it wasn't like I wasted my hard-earned money. I realized that the CD had some good variety in it, with songs with hip-hop, metal, reggae, techno and pop influences. Since I'm a person that has a very diverse interest in music, from Ludacris to Madonna to Good Charlotte, I appreciated their musical approach. However, I can definitely see why people would hate Crazy Town, especially hardcore rock fans. The average metal fan could listen to "Battle Cry" and "Take It To The Bridge" and possibly like them for their decent metal guitar riffs and what not. But if they bought the CD and listened to the rest of the tracks, I highly doubt that they would appreciate songs with such a "poppy" edge. But being someone who doesn't mind musical diversity, I found the album to be decent.

Decorated- 6/10
Hurt You So Bad- 9/10
Drowning- 10/10
Change- 6/10
Candy Coated- 6/10
Waste of My Time- 9/10 I love the guitar in this one, but Epic has way too much squeak in his voice in the chorus.
Sorry- 7/10
Battle Cry- 6/10
Take It To The Bridge- 6/10
Skulls and Stars- 7/10 In Verse 2, Shifty sounds like an English professor... for some reason he's putting an accent on words such as sorrow, tomorrow, certain, and curtain. He sounds like someone from a Harry Potter movie. It's really awkward and definitely not the high point of the record.
Beautiful- 6/10
You're The One- 8/10
Them Days- 8.5/10 Seems a little too cocky for a band that hasn't attained a high level of success. For example, Shifty says, "We used to make demos, no we droppin' hits." Hits? Hits is plural and implies they had more than one hit, which by far isn't true. But still it's a catchy song.

I wouldn't recommend this CD to serious metal fans, serious pop fans, serious rap fans, serious techno fans, or serious reggae fans...Whew! However, if you do have an insane taste in music as I do, you might want to check this CD out.

5-0 out of 5 stars What Crazy Town Should Sound Like
I don't see what the problem with this album. They matured a great deal since their debut so a different approach to their sound was to be expected. There's more rock, less rapping, heavier rythmns, and no turntables. If you love rock music, get this album.

4-0 out of 5 stars GROWER
The first time you hear this you think poop. Then you listen to it another time and you begin to like it. You know how it goes. Eventually you love it. It's not as raw as the last album and the tracks are quite short so if you listen to it in one go it sort of sounds like one long song - but most of the tracks are good! If you like Limp Bizkit or The Lost Prophets you'll like this. It is a good album and deserves a place alongside your other albums so buy it.

4-0 out of 5 stars I LIKE IT BETTER
i've been a big crazy town fan for a long time ever since my friend ashley got me into it. and the first album i was not liking too much, but i did and i got the second album i was so excited when it came out and i like it. maybe it's because they are really good, and this is coming from somone who listens to nothing but metal music.

3-0 out of 5 stars Track 23 and 32
I liked the hidden tracks better the rest of the album. Why didn't they include them in the regular line up? The 2 tracks sounds more like the Crazy Town of the first album (which I loved) With the 3rd album they should do 11 or 12 songs more along the lines of these 2 tracks and they'll have a hit! ... Read more


83. I'm the Man
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5-0 out of 5 stars Who's The Man?
I'M THE MAN (CENSORED RADIO VERSION) ' This is from where many of today's bands draw their shtick (you know who you are!). A groundbreaking meld of rap, metal and warped sense of humour that still shows its strengths 15 years after it was recorded. Check out the 'blink-and-you'll-miss-it' sampling of Metallica's 'Master Of Puppets'!

I'M THE MAN (DEF UNCENSORED VERSION) ' The same track as above pushed up to ten on the attitude meter. Also check out the song's 'Halva Nageliah' riffs. Who said speed metallers had no sense of humour?

SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH ' A frenetic cover of a Black Sabbath classic tune. Joey Belladonna had the most melodic voice in the whole of Speed Metal, and a certain magic was lost after he was fired by Scott Ian and Charlie Benante.

I'M THE MAN (LIVE- EXTREMELY DEF ILL UNCENSORED VERSION) ' A highlight of the Belladonna era live set where Joey would change positions with Charlie and give the ol' tonsils a rest. This version shows the energy and fun of Anthrax performances with some killer audience participation.

I AM THE LAW (LIVE) ' This classic tune always goes down well live. Not many bands could pull of a tribute to Judge Dredd. Anthrax did it all the way in style.

CAUGHT IN A MOSH (LIVE) ' Another classic from the 'Among The Living' album captured live and snarling . . .the way the track should be played!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good CD...but 5 stars?
This is a good CD, but not worthy of 5 stars. I really liked 'I'm the Man' but there is no need to include a censored version. Also, the live version seems a bit weak. Joey seems to be bored when he is singing it! The other two live songs are outstanding, and the Black Sabbath cover of 'Sabbath Bloody Sabbath' is an excellent song. The major problem is that the CD is too short. With three versions of 'I'm the Man' you kind of feel ripped-off. It would have been nice to have some more live material included. All in all, a good offering, but it could have been better.

4-0 out of 5 stars Before the infamous "Bring the Noise".
Legendary thrash metal band Anthrax made history by being one of the first ever metal bands to include a blend of rap into their songs nearly a decade before the style became popular. To this day, I believe that Anthrax has never received the respect they deserve.

The main focus of this E.P. is obviously the groundgreaking single "I'm The Man". The song is quite simply hilarious, and the mix of musical stylings makes it perfect. The verses sound similar to a Beastie Boys song, and the chorus is pretty Gwar-like. Some of today's rock-rap bands who think making 60 songs about killing someone is "hilarious" should listen to the originaters and take notes. There's also another version of this song on "Attack of the Killer B's", but it doesn't compare to the genius of this one.

The cover of Black Sabbath's "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath" is extremely well-done and and shows off a different side of Joey's vocals. The only flaw with this E.P. is the live version of "I'm The Man", which sounds disorganized and sloppily done (but even then, the ad-libbed stuff from the band members is still pretty funny). The two live songs originally from "Among the Living" ("Caught In A Mosh" and "I Am The Law") are a nice addition and almost as good as the originals. Overall, if you're a fan of Anthrax, or a fan of humorous rap-metal, this is a must have.

5-0 out of 5 stars ANTHRAX WRAPS IT UP
I was simply floored at the cover of SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH... it alone in my opinion is worth the purchase of this disc. The comical LiVE version of "I'm the man" is also done well. I think this album is definitely worth its weight in METAL..

5-0 out of 5 stars IM DE MAN
This song rockS! Im de man! REALLY!

Im the man Im the man Im so bead I shoulod be in detention IM DE MAN

awesome to da Xtreme! Best Anthrax ever! ... Read more


84. Wizard of the Hood
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5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best Psychopathic releases
This album is really cool. Forget what all the haters say. Ever wonder why they are writing a review of an album that they suposedly hate but seem to know everything about? Anyway, Violent J comes through in spades with entertainment value on this one. Every song on here is awesome. Of course, ya gotta listen to it in order to catch the story. It's actually an EP based off the Wizard of the Hood song from ICP's first album Carnival of Carnage. But this is way updated with new music and guests from Psychopathic. First J encounters a stoner scarecrow played by Monoxcide. They then meet the gansta wanna be Tin Man played by Madrox. Next the trio runs into the not so cowardly lion played by Blaze. It all ends at the Wizards Palace which features ABK as a palace guard and Shaggs as The Wizard himself. The Album also features to two songs that are not part of the story but awesome as well. So if anyone doesnt have this yet, what the lleh are you waiting for?! Go get it now and stay down with the clown!

5-0 out of 5 stars We are DEFINITELY not in Kansas anymore, Toto!
I have just gotten a copy of "Wizard of the Hood" yesterday afternoon. After listening to it from beginning to end, I can say without a doubt this EP is definitely worth purchasing (for Juggalos and non-Juggalos alike). This interesting CD (which by the way was composed immediately after the unveiling of the 6th Jokers Card) has incorporated audio elements of old school hip-hop, heavy metal and a fair share of ghetto-wise street slang. There are also a few surprises featured in Violent J's drugged out journey through the enchanted Land of Oz: on some songs he disses Axl Rose, Michael Jackson and Anna Nicole Smith. One highlight track, "Yellow Brick Alleyway" is held together by a tuneful sample from the 1978 musical flick "The Wiz!" And, of course, EVERYONE in the Psychopathic family participates in this hardcore project: both members of Twiztid portray the Scarecrow and the TinMan, Blaze is the NOT-so-Cowardly Lion, and J's own rap partner and friend Shaggy 2 Dope appears as the Wonderful Wizard himself! While chockful of crude humor, psychedelic mushrooms, candy, and gun violence, "Wizard of the Hood" is meant to be a kid's fantasy tale written for anyone who is no longer a child. More importantly, this CD teaches listeners to never take life for granted; every person MUST be grateful for everything given to him/her. This album is more than decent; it's another love letter ONLY for devoted Juggalos, created by an underground rap label that will NEVER EVER SELL OUT!!

5-0 out of 5 stars awesome
I am not a fan of ICP at all, but i am a fan of Esham and Natas. I LOOOOOOVE this cd. ITS AWESOME! i was not expecting it to be this dope. First i downloaded it, then i loved it so much, i went out and picked it up. if u like icp u will love this, or if u like horrorcore u will love this. but i aint no horrorcore fan, horrorcore sucks, bar this. im acid rap forever, but this one is awesome. best tracks are Yellow Brick Alleyway, Homies 2 Smoke Wit (personal favorite), Horrible Horrifying, Let It Rain, and Shiny Diaminds. The only thing i may have against this album is violent j's voice. he puts it on too much. but i dont really notice it that much anymore.

bottom line -- get this immediately if u havent already!

5-0 out of 5 stars Violent J tells a story that's hard to forget...
When i first thought about buying this CD i knew nothing about it except that it was Violent J's solo EP & that it was a twisted tale of The Wizard of Oz. My first listen to this album told me that it was amazing! Everything about it makes me want to hear more. Every track is another part of the story (well, except for the bonus tracks) and the story is one you'll never forget. The only way i can describe this album is through a track-by-track review which is shown below:

1.) Intro - A short intro in which J is smoking & informs the listeners that he's gonna tell them a story.

2.) Let It Rain (9/10) - Nice way to start out the story. Violent J is simply chillin' in Detroit, waiting on some of the local junkies to come around. I don't want to give away too much of the story but let's just say by the end of this track J's definitely not in Detroit anymore.

3.) Yellow Brick Alleyway (10/10) - Wow this track is crazy! Upon his arrival in Fantasy *** Fantasy Land J discovers he's now a hero and is on his way to meet the Wizard of the Hood.

4.) Homies 2 Smoke With (10/10) - This is a really nice slower song. J and The Scarecrow (played by Monoxide Child) trade some verses about smokin & by the end of this track they're both on their way to the Wizard.

5.) Thug Whillin' (9/10) - This track is WAY more edgier than the previous one, it contains alot more metal sounding effects in the background. In this part of the story, J & Scarecrow are ambushed by Tin Tizzle (aka Jamie Madrox) and once again, by the end, are all on the way to the good Wiz.

6.) Horrible Horrifying (9/10) - A darker sounding track. J, Scarecrow & Tin Tizzle head through a dark forest on their way & are attacked by the Lion (voiced by Blaze Ya Dead Homie). After a while, though, all four are headed further towards the Wizard Of The hood.

7.) What U Thinkin' (8/10) - A slowed-down type of track. J, Scarecrow, Tin Tizzle & The Lion get lost in a big field of mushrooms & reflect on why they're headed to the Wizard anyway. Nice collabo track.

8.) Shiny Diamonds (10/10) - This track is a Violent J solo & is amazing! The acoustic parts of the track help it out alot so does J's slow rhyming. Also, props to J for singing like Micheal Jackson ("without the little boys & the plastic nose")!

9.) The Wizard's Palace (10/10) - Pretty short track but very good as its the end of the great adventure. After a short trip through the palace (meeting the Gate Keeper aka Anybody Killa) all four of the crew end up meeting the Wizard himself (none other than Shaggy 2 Dope) & get all of their wishes by way of the magic smoke.

10.) Axes Swingin' (7/10) - My personal least favorite on the album. Its Ok but nothing special. This could've been left off of the disc.

11.) Multiply Myselves (10/10) - WOW this track is great. J explains all of his personalities & it has a great beat behind it. I never knew J had so many alter egos!

12.) My Shine (9/10) - Pretty good smooth track. Basically J talkin about his hometown & how he loves being famous. Good reflective-type track.

13.) Bloody ***** (9/10) - Really dark track for Violent J but good nonetheless. Amazing type of storytelling here, this should have been put before "My Shine".

Overall, this is an amazing experience that all should give a listen to.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wizard
This Cd has everything it is awesome even if u dont smoke u gotta pick up this album it is a masterpiece. Based on the Carnival Of Carnage Song "Wizard of the hood" u gotta buy this

Violent J-Dorthy
Monoxide Child-Scarecrow
Jamie Madrox-Tin-Tizzie (Tin Man)
Blaze Ya Dead Homie-The Lion
Anybody Killa-GateKeeper
Shaggy 2 Dope-The Wizard

MMFCL ... Read more


85. Live!
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great as far as live CD's go
The problem with live CD's is that you can't make everyone happy because everyone has their favorite songs and if those aren't on there people get disappointed. So then the formula for a successful live album is to change up the songs a bit by throwing in new elements and adding in rare stuff. By this 311 succeeds brilliantly. They mix up the songs like a whole new verse in Misdirected Hostility, and a whole minute of build-up guitar before Hydroponic. Also Nix Hex and Light Years sound very different than their studio counterparts. Also in the mix is the great song Tribute from the Enlarged To Show Detail video EP which only hard-core fans have and a great cover of Who's Got the Herb? which is a great concert song. So as far as live albums go this one is really good.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best live albums.
If you're not familiar with 311 or you're new, this album is a must for all fans alike. There are no fillers in this one and it's sure to keep you pleased.

A fine note: We're tributed to a drum solo by Chad Sexton on Applied Science. Chad is an awesome drummer and you shouldn't look him over. There are also solos from P-Nut and Tim Mahoney. The quality isn't bad, and I prefer some of these songs live rather then the studio versions. Some great examples are Omaha Stylee, Hydroponic, Who's Got the Herb, Beautiful Disaster, and Nix Hex.

Put it in, press play, and enjoy.

5-0 out of 5 stars 311 and Sublime are the greatest of all time
This cd to start is great. It has a lot of 311's best songs. I like down and whos got the herb, a lot it is a great live cd that has a lot of great drumb and guitar solos. If you are true to the game and love 311 then you gotta get this cd it is one of the best ever.

5-0 out of 5 stars if you have never seen these boys live...do it now
to show their appreciation for their fans' support, the group decided to compile a live album, including tracks from all of their albums up to that date and more. stand-out tracks (although they're all pretty amazing) include "applied science" with chad sexton's 3-minute drum solo, "homebrew," and "down." the band also decided to add in a live version of "tribute," a song previously unreleased and now only available on the bonus CD that comes with their home video titled "enlarged to show detail." if you want to get the "live show feel" you get when you see three eleven on the road, get this album. it's great.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but nowhere near the live experience
First off, this review is coming from a big 311 fan. Having seen them in concert, I can attest to the fact that they have one of the most energetic shows out there today. I have never been as dehydrated as I was when I saw them in concert - even during the slower songs, the energy never waned.

That said, I picked up this album expecting it to blow me away like live albums from other explosive groups. At times it does. "Nix Hex" improves on the studio version with its extended coda leaving ample room for Tim Mahoney to flex his musical muscles; "Applied Science" features a phenominal drum solo by Chad Sexton - funky, fast and jaw-dropping, it's enough to make people who hate drum solos take notice; "Feels So Good" grooves along better and stronger than the studio version and P-Nut improves on his original bass break. Plus, there's also the rare cut "Tribute" originally only on the "Enlarged to Show Detail" EP and the remake "Who's Got The Herb" that has been a crowd favorite for years but has never been featured on one of their albums.

However, the rest of the album is a mixed bag. The other tracks are almost note-for-note replicas of the studio versions and some - "Freak Out" and "Light Years" - actually sound weaker.

Any big 311 fan should pick this up - "Herb" and "Applied Science" are worth the list price alone - but don't expect it to come anywhere near the experience of a live show. Any tepid fan should probably stick with the studio albums. ... Read more


86. Lost Angel
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4-0 out of 5 stars Ryan's review of 3rd strikes debut
Alright let me just start off by saying there are alot of rap/rock bands out there, but even if you don't like the genre give this cd a try. Its worth your money. Jim korthe is an amazing singer. He can rap it out w/ some of the best of them, but he also has a great singing voice, and a great screaming voice, and in "no light" they are all combined into one. The guitars are great, and as far as I can tell the bass is great. The drummer Pj definately knows what he is doing. 3rd strike has done the best black sabbath:Ozzy cover that i have heard(paranoid). Check out song 1.flow heat, 5.no light, 12.Hang on

5-0 out of 5 stars An urban Staind, with a little hint of Linkin Park!
These guys are awesome. I know they sound like everyone else, but still their sound is great. The lyrics are like Staind from the ghetto and the music is a little lik Soil and Linkin Park. That's a good mix. Anyway, I picked this CD up the day it came out because a couple of weeks before it was released, I picked up a DVD Sampler for 99 cents from a unknown rock group called 3rd Strike. The name of the video on the disc was "No Light". What really caught me was the To Be Seen on Ozzfest 2002. Whenever I see an Ozzfest logo, that means the band is really really good. So, I picked it up and put it in immediately. I was hooked by these guys. The sound was really grungy and hard and the lyrics were tight! Anyway, pick this CD up now while it's still cheap! Plus, check out the Black Sabbath "Paranoid" remake on here, it's really good!

3-0 out of 5 stars Same old thing, but still kickin'
Anybody that says that 3rd Strike is going to explode on the rock scene, well, too late. They have already broken up so I don't see that happening anytime soon. But I'm not saying I didn't like them while they were around. They put on great live shows. This rap-metal group comes all the way from San Diego. While this album is very good at being heavy while the leadman lets loose his straight, forceful raps, it lacks in the originality department. A million bands have tried this before: combining hard rock jams with a MC rapping the vocals. And a lot of them have gotten very little recognition, such Revielle or the Phunk Junkeez. 3rd Stike pulls this off decently, but still have gotten virtually no recognition. The cd kicks off kicking ass with Flow Heat, then most of the songs follow the same formula, with the exception of "Redemption" and "Hang On". The hardest song on the cd has to be "All Lies" ,which I like a lot. They also throw in a Black Sabbath cover "Paranoid" which would be a lot more enjoyable without the turntable scratching. I would say that this is worth the money if it's on sale for 12 bucks or under. It's not bad, but it's not the best rock album out there right now.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great band, Great cd
its bands like this that suck's. they are an awasome band but no no one noticed at least mtv or radio. too bad there won't be another cd beucase they broke up. if you like meatl or ever rap metal i would say go buy this album. lisa and no light are sweet song well all the songs rock

3-0 out of 5 stars not as bad as some point them out to be
alright, so they do rap, and they don't pull it off so successfully.the music presented isn't half bad, as it's very groove heavy, almost sevendust like at some points.the singer is definitely a pithole for this album, but the music is good for the most part.for fans of dry cell, cinder, sevendust, and element eighty. ... Read more


87. Mostasteless
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5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome music put together with incredibly inventive lyrics.
Honestly, Twiztid has to be one of the best young rap acts out there. Beautifly put together beats, along with awesome guitar rips on Rock the Dead and How Does It Feel, added to incredibly inventive lyrics in Blink, Bury Me Aive, and Renditions of Reality. Twiztid is obviously one of the most naturally talented duos to enter the world of music in a while. Jamie Madrox and the Monoxide child fit together perfecly, these guys are gonna be big. The best CD I've heard in a while.

5-0 out of 5 stars New Blood Rising...The Review
Well, a great effort is put into a great cd by the newest faces under the Insane Clown Posse stable. Twiztid, brings to the Pychopathic family a new twist in music, more rock than the Insane Clown Posse, and the same amount of rap which is a combo! I was hesitant before listening, I bought "Moastastless" and "Freek Show" at the same time. However, never did it disappoint me. The instruments were played percicely, guitars, drums and all. Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child are now in my top five bands, with a third they just very well could be my favorite! This cd should not really be viewed by anyone younger than 13 or 14, some things they may not understand. Like for example, ask a 12 year old what it means to decapitate a woman, then have sex with her. What do you think they will think? Ok, maybe I was joking, I am for kids being able to view music, no matter what the content. Just parents, make sure it is not that bad, besides, Eminem's cds are 10 times as bad as Twiztids and the Insane Clown Posse's combined!

1st Day Out is my favorite song. Worth a listen too.See my other Insane Clown Posse and Twiztid reviews! Hope I helped you in choosing to give it a listen!

Have a good one!

Ryan

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Debut
This album owns. Great raps, Sick beats. the ony thing it lacks is quanity, seeing how there is only 12 songs (intro dosnt count)

4-0 out of 5 stars coo
this is an awsome cd. the only downers are its too short and some of it is edited

5-0 out of 5 stars Still da best Twiztid CD
Out of all the CDs Twiztid has created...I still love mostasteless the best. " How does it feel" pumps me up. I think these are some talented mofo crackerz. These are the kinda MC's that deserve the true mad props as (...)" Wurd Like Son...I got my click on 1-800 Crenshaw" ya dig...Much love to my Family all y'all Juggaloes..peace ... Read more


88. WWE Originals
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3-0 out of 5 stars The most accurate review
Let me start off by saying that this CD doesn't suck, but some of the people on it do.
Stone Cold doesn't sing, but he's very amusing in his dialogue with the producer/writer over several tracks. The surprise of the CD was Rikishi. He sounds very polished like an older performer -i've never heard Barry White, but it seems to be a popular opinion. Kurt Angle doesn't really sing- he chants out a strange "I don't..suck" song that wears away at your nerves. It's kind of funny to listen to once or twice. The Dudley's sounded pretty good even though it personally wasn't my favorite type of music. Chris Jericho is very impressive on his song. The man can sing! It's very heavy rock. I kinda like it. Booker T's attempt at a little rap song is very laughable and it's not worth the listen. The two stand out people besides Jericho were of course, Lilian- what a great voice! She is the one who did Torrie Wilson's theme music and on this CD she had a much harder rock song, but still- what an amazing voice. Beauty and talent. The other standout is the very sexy John Cena. I don't like "gansta" rap, so I really find myself liking his song. I wish he's had more on there. MORE! Plus he's hot. Did I mention that? Then the Guerreros with a typical theme song. Not bad not great. It's good for an entrance to the ring. Rey Mysterio also impressed me with his rhymes. "La vida es duro.." Isn't it true? That brings us to the rest of the females...Trish...don't get me started- she's pretty bad, just skip it. Stacey...they took a smart approach because she can't sing either, and hid her voice behind synthesizers so she's really not singing but talking. The song itself is repetitive but not that bad. Thank God for synthesizers. My ultimate dissapointment was with the last girl. The ultimate diva, Lita. I really wanted to like her song because she's a role model and my favorite female wrestler, and i tried listening to it again and again, but i just don't like it! My boyfriend LOVES her and he didn't like it either. But it kind of grew on me and i just wish the chorus was different. I refuse to say it's bad. I refuse!
In review:
Stone Cold: 5 stars for amusement
Kurt: 2.5 stars
Dudleys: 3.5 (not my kind of music,sorry)
Jericho: 4.5 stars
John Cena: 5+ stars
Lilian: 5 stars (wish it had been less rocky)
Rikishi: 4 stars (shock!)
Booker T: 2 stars
Trish: 1 star
Stacey: 2.5 stars
Guerreros: 3 stars
Rey: 5 stars
Lita: undecided

4-0 out of 5 stars Oh my word....
Dude, half of these wrestlers CANNOT sing. There are only a few truly talented singers on here and they are John Cena, Chris Jericho, Lillian Garcia and (maybe) Rey Mysterio. Yet, from entertainment value along, GET THIS CD. You will enjoy it none the less.

1 (being the worst) to 5 (being the best) of my raitings

#1: The beginning of the story with Stone Cold, raiting 4 stars
#2: The Dudleys, raiting 4 stars
#3: Trish Stratus, raiting 2 stars
#4: Rey Mysterio, raiting 4 stars
#5: Stone Cold continued, raiting 4 stars
#6: Booker T, raiting 4 stars
#7: Kurt Angle, raiting 1 star (don't listen, he does suck)
#8: Lita, raiting 2 stars
#9: Stone Cold continued, raiting 4 stars
#10: Lillain Garcia, raiting 5 stars (amazing voice!)
#11: Eddie and Chavo, raiting 4 stars (for entertainment value)
#12: Chris Jericho, raiting 5 stars (I love rock, baby!)
#13: Stone Cold continued, raiting 5 stars
#14: Rikishi, raiting 1 star (what the heck was that? o.O)
#15: Stacy Keibler, raiting 4 stars (not too shabby)
#16: John Cena, raiting 5 stars (his theme song, gotta love it!)
#17: Stone Cold continued, raiting 5 stars

All in all it's worth buying, trust me, even if just for John Cena and Chris Jericho.

3-0 out of 5 stars Yes, Kurt Angle... you DO suck!
I buy a WWE CD for one purpose... the music that's used by the WWE at their events and so forth. So I bought this CD for a couple of reasons. 1. two or three tracks were actual wrestler theme songs, used at events 2. I have to have every WWE CD known to man, it's an obsession. But honestly, WWE needs to stop with this. It wasn't cool in the 80's, and it's not cool now. Most of the "sung by wrestlers" songs are just plain dumb (with an exception of a few over the years, such as "Sexy Boy" and "Honky Tonk Man".) Most people I know (myself included) would MUCH rather hear the theme songs than this waste of time. WWE scored BIG with "Anthology" and if they really wanna please the diehard fans, they'll give us a "WWE The Music Volume 6" or even better, a "WWE Anthology 2". Buy this for the few themes. Leave the other tracks alone. Kurt Angle, yes you DO suck... and no Chris Jericho, I DEFINITELY don't wish I was you. and last but not least, "WE'VE HAD ENOUGH" of listenning to WRESTLER'S SING!

4-0 out of 5 stars Better than average
I am sorry to see all of these reviews bashing and making fun of this C.D. It is one that was intended to be fun and those of you judging it as if it was trying to win a grammy for best album must have a personal vendetta against professional wrestling. it is not a great C.D., but a fun one to listen to, and it is unfortunate more people will not try it because of the WWE label. my message is to not judge it on wrestling, but on the enjoyment of an exciting, and diversified music compilation.

3-0 out of 5 stars Ok
its ok just ok oh and the BLink 182 is the absolute worst thing i have ever heard. It was so bad im deaf in the left ear now. ... Read more


89. The Kottonmouth Experience
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2-0 out of 5 stars dissapointingly weak
(cd deserves 0 stars, dvd deserves 2 stars)

I've been listening to kmk for well over 5 years now, and i have all of their albums and play them often. They had never disapointed me until this 'album'. When I first saw an advertisement for this cd/dvd, I kind of frowned. I didn't know quite what to expect. Luckily my birthday was around the corner because I didn't really want to buy it until I hear some of it and knew it wasnt bad. I did get it for my birtday, and when I first put it on I decided to preview the cd by listening to the first couple of tracks.. I was confused and couldnt really grasp what it was, and decided not to judge it until I watched the film. After watching it, all I had was a headache. I am one to trip, but instead of 'trippy' I found it to be very cliche, and a bad attempt to get some extra cash. I was astonished that the kings would promote it and let it be released, I read the credits and they werent even involved in the (poorly done and annoying) remixing at all! In my opinion thats kind of a sell out move.. Although I do dig the tracks I've heard from "No.7", and i do realize that artists change and mature, it's still sad for old school kmk fans to see their beloved band change up the style they grew to love so much. Don't buy this garbage, the dvd isn't even worth it. If you want some good kmk, go pick up high society or rollin stoned, you'll get hooked.

4-0 out of 5 stars whoa
I am a big kottonmouth kings fan but not a big fan of the remix. I would have to say that the cd is ok...BUT I love the dvd that comes with it because it is trippier than the bag of mushrooms i ate before watching it!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Down for the Krown
I have every KMK album since the first Hidden Stash, and I have to say that this remix CD is an excellent recap of everything from Royal Highness to Fire It Up.Even though the only sample from Royal Highness is (oh Lord its a Dogs life), it still makes the CD rock.i just got the CD in the mail over an hour ago, and it rocks fo-real!!!I cant wait for the next KMK album to come out in 2005 Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Sub Noize Souljahs album.

5-0 out of 5 stars Visual Brain Fry
The underground has spoke, and spoke like it eat a bag of shrooms and gave us couple caps and there is the Experience, a trippy,visual brain fry, that expands on classic hits, its a twist on all of the classic hits that marks the years of the kings, the kottonmouth kings are livin legends, and the continue to conquer quest that almost seemed impossible, this is deftinaly a fun party record to just get blazed and sit back and listen, like it says inside the cd roll up a fatty kick back and listen to it, tell your friends everyone needs to know about this one of a kind band that never forgets about its fans unlike all the mainstream bands, all of the songs will leave u wanting more and more, the Visual DVD will leave your brain feeling fried, but nothing changes, lets all kick back smoke a fatty, legalize tha plant, free tha plant G ... Read more


90. 3000 Miles to Graceland (2001 Film)
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It's fitting that a movie about gun-wielding Elvis impersonators should boast an original soundtrack that's so criminally unoriginal. 3000 Miles to Graceland opens unpromisingly enough with the watered-down, depoliticized Rage Against the Machine-isms of (hed) Planet Earth's "Killing Time," before moving on to the post-Nine Inch Nails butt-rock of Filter's "It's Gonna Kill Me" and Nothingface's "Bleeder." As for electronica, the Crystal Method's 1997 "Vapor Trail" bests BT's more recent "Smartbomb," while Hardknox deserves credit for its blatant recycling of Fatboy Slim tricks on "Come in Hard." The result is an album so generic that reasonably inspired tracks like A3's "Mansion on the Hill," and Hednoize's "Loaded Gun" feel as out of place as Kenny Wayne Shepherd and the King himself. --Bill Forman ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Grab-bag with select highlights
If you saw the movie '3000 Miles To Graceland' then you know what kind of music to expect from its soundtrack. However, if you didn't see the movie, you'll be wondering what bands like [Hed]P.E. and Nothingface are doing on the same album with Elvis. And there's really no answer to that; other than that they were trying to boost the album's appeal. Most of the songs are featured on the band's full-length CDs and therefore only become enjoyable if you haven't heard them yet (i.e. Spineshank, [Hed]P.E., Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Crystal Method, etc.). The real gem on this soundtrack is the Elvis Presley classic "Such A Night", which you can now call a 'classic' thanks to its appearance here. "Such A Night" really should've been the movie's theme, in place of the lackluster "Franklin's Requiem" (George Clinton). And since it's not featured on ELV1S 30 #1 Hits, this CD becomes a must-own for the diehard Elvis fan.

Of the 14 tracks, we could've done without about four: "Smartbomb" (BT), "Come In Hard" (Hardknox), "Loaded Gun" (Hednoize), and the aforementioned theme song. All those songs are nothing compared to The Crystal Method's "Vapor Trail", which is the only techno song you can call good. But since they were featured in the movie I guess you're forced to include them. Hah. The few great songs are "Killing Time" by [Hed]P.E., "In 2 Deep" by Kenny Wayne Shepherd and the epic "Such A Night". But as I said before, the fact that they are featured on the artist's earlier albums make them only great to the uninitiated. The one track that really jumped out at me is Bender's awesome "Angel Dust"; which fit in very nicely with 'the van scene' (as I like to call it). That song might've actually spawned my liking of them. Sadly, on another down note, Uncle Kracker's "Who's Your Uncle?" is an edited version of the song; which is kind of odd considering that "Killing Time" isn't. And also, Uncle Kracker's smash hit "Follow Me" was featured in the movie and is NOT on the soundtrack. Go figure?...

The music on this soundtrack is either nu-metal, techno, blues, or classical; in the case of Elvis. There is great diversity from song to song and I think that allows for a better-than-average soundtrack. But still, there are a few aspects that keep it from being perfect. As I said, "Follow Me" wasn't included here when it was in the movie; and the same goes for the Elvis tracks "My Way" and "Trouble". It's hard to believe they didn't include Elvis songs when the movie was loosely based on The King himself. And, again, as I said, Uncle Kracker's track is edited; which in turn makes it unmemorable and annoying to listen to. Without those inaccuracies, this soundtrack would've been awesome. Even so, I highly recommend it if you saw and enjoyed the movie. And even if you haven't seen '3000 Miles To Graceland' yet, the soundtrack is still beneficial and worth frequent listens. So if you enjoy nu-metal, techno, blues and Elvis--and can handle them all at once--then certainly buy this album.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of my favorite albums!
This soundtrack is very much like the movie itself: loud, mindless, and alot of fun. My personal favorites: the head-banging intensity of "Killing Time," "It's Gonna Kill Me," and "New Disease," as well as the blatantly Fatboy Slim-ish techno tune "Come In Hard," one of the best recent songs of its kind. And the album ends in high style with "Such A Night" by The King himself, which will bring a smile to the face of anyone who has seen the movie's great end titles sequence. All in all, a real guilty pleasure of a CD.

5-0 out of 5 stars A soundtrack that is doing better than the movie?
I got this soundtrack as a Christmas present and this is one of the cds I wanted because of Such A Night by Elvis Presley was on the cd, and if the soundtrack didn't have the song on it, then I would not have wanted this cd. At looking at the 8 presious reviews, everbody that listened to this cd, liked it. But a whole lot of people didn't like the movie. The cd has two soundtracks, first is Vapor Trail and the 2nd is Franklin's Requiem. The soundtrack has various singers like (Hed) Planted Earth, Filter, Elvis Presley, Bender, Uncle Kracker, and Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Here is the tracks

1 Killing Time
2 It's Gonna Kill Me
3 Bleeder
4 Mansion on the Hill
5 Smartbomb
6 In 2 Deep
7 Who's Your Uncle
8 Come in Hard
9 New Disease
10 Angel Dust
11 Vapor Trail
12 Loaded Gun
13 Franklin's Requiem
14 Such a Night

I'm sure you pretty much know what the movie is about. If you don't know who the two guys are that are on the cover, they are Kurt Russell and Kevin Costner. But if you are a big Elvis Presley fan and want a soundtrack that has more Elvis Presley songs on it, I will reccomend to you Lilo & Stitch. This soundtrack is the soundtrack of one of the viloent movies that came out last year. This is one of the soundtracks to buy and please watch the movie if you have not seen it yet. It is kind of hard to believe that this soundtrack is doing better than the movie. And getting better reviews too.

4-0 out of 5 stars Praiseland for Graceland
This soundtrack is one of the best yet. Extremely good mix of music that correlate nicely with the contents of the film. The song that really makes the soundtrack incredibly, however, has got to be the song "bleeder" by nothingface. This is a band that, in my opinion, should be getting a lot more recognition than they have in the past. It's nice to see them finally get at least some recognition.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good songs.
All of the songs on here are great (especially Come In Hard, I like that one). The CD isn't really made for the slow music, kinda mellow sort of person. It more fits the fast paced (and somewhat angry) sort of person. All in all, though, if you liked the movie, then more than likely you'll like the soundtrack. ... Read more


91. Road Trip: Music From The Motion Picture (2000 Film)
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The soundtrack to Road Trip veers away from the contemporary practice of hiring third-string alternative bands to cover classic rock tunes. That fact alone gives this entertaining collection a leg up on its filler-happy brethren. Road Trip--a cross-country, hormone-heavy romp featuring Canada's favorite headcase, Tom Green--boasts cuts from the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Kid Rock (featuring Uncle Kracker), Buckcherry, and even Minnie Riperton. The underrated "Voodoo Lady" by Ween gets a second chance, as do Run DMC's "It's Tricky" and Twisted Sister's "I Wanna Rock," which sounds awfully quaint several years after frontman Dee Snider's ugly mug scared a nation. The shifting gears--from rock to rap to pop to soul--make this vehicle work as both a film soundtrack and a great disc for a road trip of your own. --Jason Josephes ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing
This soundtrack, unlike the movie, is highly original and creative, but just as fun. There are a few songs you've probably heard before, but most are fresh to even the most well rounded music listener. The CD samples from a wide variety of musical genres, from RUN DMC's old school rap "It's Tricky," to Ween's "Voodoo Lady," to the Eels "Mr. E's Beautiful Blues." They combine to make a great CD that you can play straight though, an ever increasing rarity these days.

3-0 out of 5 stars i think there's been a mix up
the first song on this album is by a group known as Eels. now, the song that corresponds with the group is called "Mr. E's Beautiful Blues". BUT on the Eels album, Daisies of the Galaxy, there is a song that goes by the same name, "Mr. E's Beautiful Blues", and yet the two songs are completely different. did somebody screw up and just pick a random title from the eels archives and hope nobody noticed or what? am i missing something here? if anyone has a clue, help me out.

5-0 out of 5 stars Splendiferous happiness awaits you!...
My new favorite... why??? It all started one morning with a song that just wouldn't stop running through my head --"Mr E's Beautiful Blues" ... and it gets better and better from there. Who can deny the UTTER greatness of a soundtrack that has not only the Eels, but Ween!! Jon Spencer Blues Explosion !! Run DMC !! And Minnie Riperton to close it all out... this is simply the best compilation I've come across in a long, long time.

3-0 out of 5 stars Road trip
This ST is really hit and miss. The stand out track of the album is "Anything Anything".
BUCKCHERRY WRECKED THE SONG THOUGH!! IF YOU LIKE THIS SONG AND AINT HEARED THE ORIGINAL VERSION BY DRAMARAMA, BUY IT NOW!

5-0 out of 5 stars Ummmmmmm..... Review?
OK, like the other guy, ignore the stars. i just wanted to point out that that song "Tricky" is now used for the main song of the game 'SSX Tricky' and about what the other guyz said about that song being written before, on the soundtrack for the movie 'Digimon the movie' LEN does this song called 'Kids In America' which is now on the 'Jimmy Neutron' soundtrack by another artist. Tootles! ... Read more


92. We've Come for You All
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You'll find no rap metal or nu metal on We've Come for You All--just Anthrax's inimitable thrash-metal melded with contemporary melodies, dynamics, and booming, arena-worthy production. Two way-cool guests--Roger Daltrey and Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell--are under-utilized on their respective songs, but with machine-gun, heart-pounding double-bass drums and vocalist John Bush's convincing snarl, it hardly matters. Bush, who has been in Anthrax since the early '90s, has been part of much of the group's best and most mature (if not most commercially successful) material. The dynamic "Superhero" is a winner, as is the radio-ready, not-too-heavy "Safe Home." "Nobody Knows Anything" and "Strap It On" are the best of the heaviest entries. Effective acoustic moments, Scott Ian's guitar work, smart lyrics, and a 7-minute-plus title track that never drags prove that Anthrax may not be metal du jour, but they're consistently superior. --Katherine Turman ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars To those of you who have slammed this CD......
.......you're so wrong!!! Listen to it again. Listen to it a few times, it'll grow on you. This is quite possibly the best metal album to come out this year and alot better than that piece of s**t Metallica put out (they'll never get another dime from me). Anthrax are in top form on this CD. A little cheesy in parts (the radio friendly "Safe Home", but who can fault them for wanting a radio hit, they've earned it), but every song is passible and most of them are absolute classics that stand up to anything else they have done. The opening track "Contact" is a marching instrumental build-up to "What Doesn't Die" one of their most intense songs ever. The rest of the CD stands up vibe set at the beginning of this CD as well. Production is raw, but the band is tight, loud and clear. And nobody's banging on paint cans and singing off-key in the studio, unlike some other high profile metal album released this year. There's even a few guitar solos here and there. Having been an Anthrax fan since Spreading The Disease I have a confession to make: John Bush was meant for this band. Although I liked them with Belladonna, I've seen them live with Belladonna and a few years ago with Bush. I think his singing style suites this band far better than Joey. This CD has given me hope that metal may be back again for a while!

5-0 out of 5 stars You cannot kill what doesn't die!!
This is yet another solid cd by Anthrax and even though its been 5 years since the last record, it is well worth the wait! I kept askin myself "Should I buy this cd or not. I know its Anthrax, but should I?" Now i know the answer to that question....what the hell was i waiting for, a free copy?! I also liked the fact that they won't change their name even after the terroist events. They also added a new guitar player named Rob Caggiano which impresses me and does some great soloing. And for some reason i can't find a song that i skip (except the skits). So here is a song by song breakdown of the album. Remember this is my opinion and not yours because everyone's is diiferent.

1. Contact-nothin but an intro here

2. What Doesn't Die- 5/5 fast drumming by Charlie and a great heavy and fast song (don't know how Charlie's legs are still connected)

3. Superhero 4/5 another good one, just not as fast as some others

4. Refuse to be Denied 4.5/5 don't be fooled by the acoustic intro. great song about them telling everyone u can't and won't stop them from doing what they do

5. Safe Home 5/5 first single, when i first heard it i was blown away by the hard-htting verses and the solo. still fun to listen to and doesn't get old to me.

6. Anyplace but Here 4.5/5 long and slow intro but gets heavy evenually. love the chorus, longest song on the album typical rock song

7. Nobody Knows Anything 4.5/5 argueably the best drumming on the album. kinda gets repetative but still fun to listen to

8. Strap It On 10/5 tied for my favorite song on the cd. most reviewers don't like it as much but trust me, this one is kick ass! everything is good:the chorus, paying tribute to their roots back in 87, solo, and Dimebag Darrel is in it is there anything bad about this one?

9. Black Dahlia 4/5 I like the verses in this one, but the chorus kinda loses me with the super-inhuman-fast bass drums and the screaming

10. Cadillac Rock Box 10/5 tied with Strap It On for my favorite. i listen to this a couple times before im done with the cd. everything is good about this, the chorus is catchy and sticks in your head, the solo is ok, Dimebag is in it again and one of the best intros on the album also has a cool logo for it in the book

11. Taking the Music Back 5/5 radio friendly (I think its the 2nd single) and one of the best tracks on here. catchy chorus and has a good message...THEY'RE TAKIN THE MUSIC BACK

12. Crash stupid skit with the bassist Frank singing

13. Think About An End 5/5 song mostly about dying (I think). it has 2 beats and theyre both good especially the drums

14. W.C.F.Y.A. (We've Come for You All) 5/5 good song with whispering verses (at least the first one) and its cool when John says "We've come for you all" when the song is over fast forward or keep listening because at about 6:10 theres like someone shaking a maracca or something

Overall this album is a must-have for metal and Anthrax fans alike. If you already have this (if you don't have this right now then go and buy it) and if you do also buy Black Label Society's "The Blessed Hellride". So what are you waiting for? Buy this now!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Truly embarassing! Where's the THRASH/MOSH???
I really wonder if most of the people who have reviewed this album were ever truly fans of Anthrax when Anthrax was actually a GREAT band!!?? This is NOT the same Anthrax who recorded such legendary and classic albums such as "Spreading the Disease" and "Among the Living". This is an Anthrax that has totally forgotten how to THRASH! What's with Scott Ian still trying to play 90's grunge rock riffs? What happened to the devastating MOSH riffs from the 80's Scott? Are you embarassed to play like that now? I really can't understand how anybody who was a fan of Anthrax can say this new material is good. Note to Anthrax: get Joey back in the band before he turns 80 years old, get Scott to start MOSHING again, and bring back Dan Spitz(if anybody can find him?). Until then, the real Anthrax is gone forever.

5-0 out of 5 stars THEY'RE BACK!!!!!
oh man this is just huge. Lots of bands are making great comebacks and lets all pray for this is finaly the death of nu-metal!!. this album is great it has been their best since persistance of time!!. i give all songs a five(except for crash which is a big fat zero!!).I haven't bought any albums from the bush era...becuase im most likly interested in the great belladonna era.But this is maybe the best album they've done with bush!! and bushes vocals are good(not great but he's almost as good as belladonna). So for all those huge die-hard anthrax fans out there if you want hard rock thrash metal music that they've played in the 80's....you got it right here!!!.

5-0 out of 5 stars Greatest Anthrax release in over a decade
Anthrax's Ninth Album

Fans of Anthrax both Belldonna and Bush era can finally come together under this album. While many of the previous albums featuring John Bush were good they seemed to be a little aimless and lack enough great material to please older fans. We've Come For You All finally fills that void. On a side note to all you people that reject any Anthrax album without Belldonna and don't even give the album a fair chance, now is the best time to realize how wrong you are, this is one of Anthrax's Best. Highlights Include; What Doesn't Die, Superhero and Cadillac Rock Box ... Read more


93. Stoned Raiders
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Thoroughly blunted multiracial West Coast pioneers Cypress Hill transformed hip-hop with their eponymous debut album. Now Stoned Raiders, their sixth, looks back on past achievements and clocks up a string of new ones. The metal-powered "Trouble" takes off where their "Rock Superstar" single left off and fixes a mood of embattled reflection aligned to tough determination. "Lowrider" uses an acoustic flamenco guitar to underline the droopy-lidded, easy-rolling side of the band and "Kronologik" tells the story of the group's career and struggles with the help of guest Kurupt. Additional special appearances by Redman, Method Man, and Kokane prove an excellent foil for B Real's patented cartoon style. Throughout they are kept on course by DJ Muggs, still one of the most distinctive studio overlords. His skills are particularly evident counterpointing the anguished lyrics of "Bitter" with multilayered siren voices and waves of dream rock guitar on the luminous percussion of "Memories" and the eerie but impassioned, weed-endorsing "L.I.F.E." They may be fighting their own personal star wars, but the stoned raiders are still winning the battle. --Gavin Martin ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars best cypress album yet
Cypress Hill dropped their first record over 10 years ago, and the year is now 2002 and they are still making tight music. Stone Raiders is the best Hill record of them all; they have developed such a dope style over the years, and this is so apparent in the songs on this cd.

CH has always been about the hardcore style, and they have added the rock element to the mix in recent years. However, the production is still hip hop as is B Real's flow, and that to me is keeping it real but adding another phat element to the package. These guys just can't make a bad song.

The whole album flows from one track to the next...not something you can say about many groups out there. Usually 2 good songs and ther rest of the disc is garbage. Not so with Cypress Hill.

I love Southland Killers as well as the song with Red and Meth. Yo, go get this...

5-0 out of 5 stars I find this Cd AWESOME
Alright, this album is not like earlier Cypress Hill albums and most people would probably say their earlier albums are their best, but this is my favourite Cypress Hill albums. Most of the beats are sick and the tunes are catchy. If you are an old skool fan you may not like this, however I'm into Old Skool such as ONYX, and i love this album. Songs such as Red, Meth & B, Here Is Something You Can't Understand, Memories, and Southland Killers are what I'm talking about. I have the limited edition with Weedman and i like every song except for 4 songs. This is a must for any rap fan that likes newer stuff, however if you're only in old skool and really enjoy Cypress Hill's earlier albums, then i don't recommend this for you.

4-0 out of 5 stars Different sound, same Cypress Hill
This cd everybody is ragging on. Everyone wants TOB or Black Sunday, so then just go listen to that cd. They are expirementing with new styles and integrating sounds which for the most part is done very well. Of course it's not like their old stuff, because that would just be lame redoing old beats and lyrics. All and all, this really is a good cd for any CYPRESS HILL fan, not just a TOB fan.

5-0 out of 5 stars KRAZY
I was really impressed by this lp.It starts off really well with trouble and then on to kronologic, my favourite tracks were trouble,it aint easy,amplified ,lowrider,red and meth.It is really solid,its only just better than the previous title.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as previous efforts
A rather uninspired effort, with Muggs thoroughly ripping off Dre's style on Lowrider, and the intro to Trouble sounds suspiciously similar to that of MatronsApron's Neutral Soldier. An acceptable addition to the Cypress discography nonetheless. ... Read more


94. Mental Floss for the Globe
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4-0 out of 5 stars Completely "Mental".
This disc has been out since the early 90's actually, and I don't know a single person who knows it, but I'm glad I do. They're not the first or last band to do the rap-rock thing, but they do it really well. Close comparisons would be "Fishbone" or "311". The hit from this was "Deeper Shade Of Soul", and while that probably is the best track, alot of the others are near as good. "No Kid" has an infectious hook, and "Fast Lane" and "Brainstorm On The U.D.S." are sweet too. The original version of this comes without the 2nd disc, but getting it makes this twice as nice. Don't forget to floss.

5-0 out of 5 stars Blazing rap-rock--from da lowlands
I have had to settle for listening to the UDS debut album on tape for years; finally I got smart enough to order this reissue, with the bonus live CD (more on that later). What a great album this is, still...

The Squad, formed in Utrecht (not in Amsterdam--there is more to the Netherlands than just Amsterdam) in 1987, apparently dissolved itself for the last time in 2000, after an impressive set of albums, and after leaving audiences overwhelmed all over Europe as well as a few happy places in the US (they played at the New York New Music Seminar twice, in 89 and 90). "Mental Floss" was their first album, and still one of the best on the list. Other reviewers have listed the bands influenced by them and their explosive combination of rap and rock, so I don't have to do that again--it would be nice if some of those artists would pay their dues.

Even though I think this album is fantastic, I don't consider it a perfect effort--there are true gems on it, but also a few not-so-good tunes: I've never cared much for "The Devil" or for "Big Apple." However, songs like "No Kid" (there's a real hardcore version of this semi-acoustic song out somewhere), "Fast Lane," and "Brainstorm on the UDS" more than make up for that. The Rudeboy's style has always been unique--over the top, edgy, fast--and he's backed up by a set of great musicians. Silly Sil's funky bass, welded tightly with Magic Stick's aggressive but sober drums, form a solid background for DJ DNA, a truly innovative DJ, and Tres Manos, a guitar player who was never satisfied playing in just one style (the latest from him: he plays pedal steel in a band called the Yearlings)--he ranges from howling electric to blues (like that other dude you couldn't pin down--Jimi H.).

On a sidenote: if this is one of those few Dutch records that ever did well overseas, it is due perhaps in part to other input from the low countries: Peter Te Bos, of the trendsetting (well, in Europe anyway) garage band Claw Boys Claw, did the artwork (and when is the CBC back catalog coming out on CD?); the production was done by Jean-Marie Aerts, of the Belgian band TC Matic, a guitar player who deserves much more recognition than he gets.

The live CD that accompanies this re-issue, taped in Hollywood, 1990, is nice to have. The set was rocking, as usual, but the sound quality is a bit underwhelming. The UDS had a habit of gulping down a lot of Jack Daniels and of sometimes working out their personal differences on stage--none of that seems to bother them here. They are tight, the Rudeboy plays the audience, they seem comfortable playing on a different continent. It's a pity I've only met one person as yet in the US (back in LA in the early nineties) who had heard of the UDS and liked them: they deserve more play here.

Alright--I've sung their praises long enough. If you want to know who was there at the start, who mixed it up and rocked the house for a decade, "Mental Floss" is there for you, as fresh as when it came out.

5-0 out of 5 stars All aggro/raprock/hip-rock = Playpen UDS
Urban Dance Squad came out with an album in 1989 that changed the way people listened to music. Problem was, only the band and their few fans knew about the impact from the get-go. Grossly overlooked, this band is the source of pretty much every musical style that blends r&b, soul and hip hop with rock or metal influences. From Korn to Sugar Ray, from RATM to Roots, from Beck to Kid Rock, these guys beat them all to this sound by about 3 to 8 years. "Struggle for the Jive" is heavy aggro-rock at its finest, "Fast Lane" out-smacks Prodigy and "Deeper Shade of Soul" features one of the best blends of mellow soul, sampling and loopy guitar work I've ever heard. Seeing these guys live was something else. Totally under appreciated band that more people seriously need to recognize.

5-0 out of 5 stars Satan laughs as Limp sells another million.
Back in the ancient year of 1990, very few fused rap with rock. You had Aerosmith and Run DMC doing a remake of the former's "Walk This Way." You had Anthrax doing the hilarious and rockin' "I'm The Man." You had Faith No More doing "Epic." And my personal favorite was an incredible band from San Francisco called Mordred that was so cool that they did Rick James' "Superfreak" before MC Hammered made it into "Can't Touch This" - like I'd want to. But I think the first band to make a full-time job out of it was Urban Dance Squad. Their music was a flawless blend of rap, soul, punk, pop, and alternative. And for a band that didn't have very many role models, they did a bang-up job. While Limp Bizquick and countless others show how bad rap-rock can be, UDS showed how good it could be. Instead of hearing about Fred Durst whining about how he can't get any or Kid Rock's wannabe pimp posturing, UDS brought smart and insightful pre-gangsta old school lyrics to the table. If you like both rap and rock but not rap-rock, you may just be pleasantly surprised by UDS's MENTAL FLOSS FOR THE GLOBE. You might also want to check out LIFE & PERSPECTIVES OF A GENUINE CROSSOVER too.

5-0 out of 5 stars SOUL CORE
TRULY A GOOD RECORD.THESE GUYS PUT OUT SOULCORE FUNK. ... Read more


95. Armed & Dangerous
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3-0 out of 5 stars Average
This is a okay CD for 80's heavy metal fans. I like the newer Anthrax sould better than the old.

3-0 out of 5 stars Dangerous
This album has good start: "Armed And Dangerous" is a very rebellious song. Anthrax is ready to fight to get in the music business. "Raise Hell" is a little bit too monotonic and Sex Pistol cover isn't so good either. The live tracks are very good and played loud. "Soldiers of Metal" and "Howling Furies" will be classic forever. Anthrax makes true metal!

5-0 out of 5 stars A TRUE GEM
ARMED AND DANGEROUS is the first time that we get to hear ANTHRAX with Joey Belladonna on lead vocals, and it is a preview of what is to come. Yes the album sounds dated by todays standards, but this album is almost 20 years old what do u expect. The songs have killer riffs, combined with Joey's almost opera sounding voice, show why ANTHRAX is a metal band that sound be mentioned in the same breath as METALLICA or SLAYER, and MEGADETH. SOLDIERS OF METAL is a great song full of energy, and GOD SAVE THE QUEEN is a great cover of the SEX PISTOLS classic song. After this album the band would continue to polish their sound, but this album is a must for REAL metal fans. Buy it while u can, when its gone, you will regret not buying it.

5-0 out of 5 stars So what if they're called Anthrax
Long before suspicious letters were in the mail, this metal five was probably the next biggest band to Metallica in the mid 1980's. The nice thing about Armed & Dangerous are the rare tracks of the 1983 demos that were eventually re-recorded on Fistful of Metal. The B-sides of Raise Hell and God Save the Queen were fun to listen to also. Too bad Anthrax will never be re-united with Joey Belladona, but albums like this will remind us of the old 'thrax. Don't change your name to be PC!

4-0 out of 5 stars So its not a classic. So what!
D'you wanna know how much I paid for this? £5!! Or about $8 for all you Americans. This is one good little CD, and considering the price I got it for, this was a bargain. It's nice to see that not all 80s bands are charging ridiculously high prices for thier CDs (eh, Metallica?) and bands like Anthrax who don't enjoy the success that other bands have need to charge more, if anything. I give em my respect.

If you want music that slightly resembles that of Metallica or Testament except with Iron Maiden style vocals, this will not let you down. Not as fast paced as some thrash metal bands, Anthrax developed a more mature sound and were blessed with a singer that could actually sing. I only have one complaint - thier cover of God Save The Queen. It's a punk song written by the Sex Pistols, so giving it slick vocals completely defys the object of it and I'd rather listen to the original. Still, considering the rest of the CD and the price I got it for, I don't care. God knows why this band aren't now enjoying the success of Metallica, Slayer or Iron Maiden coz if this CD (which is meant to be one of their worst) is anything to go by, they deserve it. ... Read more


96. Sexy Karate
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5-0 out of 5 stars The J's do it again!
I got this cd a few weeks ago (pre-order), and I've been listening to it nonstop. 2 Skinnee J's potentially final album is just what you'd expect from them if you're already a fan. Like 311, they have a penchant for hooks and a talent for mixing mellow tracks with big beats! Tracks like "One Summer", "Who Wants This", and "I Can't Hear You" are energetic and infectious. On the other hand "Inside My Room" is chill, melodic and something you can just sorta lay down and groove to. For the most part, this album is on par with Volumizer and Super! Mercado - maybe even better, depending on which aspect of the J's you like. Check it out!

5-0 out of 5 stars Another Great Album from the J's
2 Skinnee J's is one of those bands that are hard to classify, and that's a big part of their appeal. A mix of hip-hop, rap, rock, their music belongs in a category all its own, and if you liked the J's other albums, you'll enjoy this one too. If you've never heard 2 Skinnee J's, well, it's hard to find anyone else to compare them with. Check them out!

I think this is the smoothest sounding J's cd yet. It's solid all the way through, whether they're rockin' and rhymin' fast with "i can't hear you"; or slowing it down some with "inside my room"; or even spending some time to bust out political messages in "who wants this?". And in every song, the J's mix it up with their typical creative lyrics. In fact, that's probably the biggest disappointment of the cd: no words of the lyrics are included.

While "Sexy Karate" may not have the manic energy of "Super Mercado", there is still plenty to enjoy, and you have to enjoy any band that is as original as 2 Skinnee J's. On their last cd, "Volumizer", some fans complained about songs along the lines of "Lemon Drop" and "Grown Up", but I don't think those fans will have anything to complain about this time. Solid J's all the way through.

This is the kind of band you'd like to see last forever. But like they say, I guess, all good things...

4-0 out of 5 stars Live
The 2Skinnee J's Music always comes off better live than it does on plastic. From way back in the day, when all you could have was sing earthboy sing and bootlegs, to the newest collection of material in order to know the intensive electrifying presence of those deemed 2 skinnee, you must see them live.

5-0 out of 5 stars Don't Knock It!!!
I've heard a few people knock this CD, saying that the J's didn't make as good a CD as their previous 2. I personally think this is fantastic. Being that last J's cd, I think their idea for this CD was to make one w/ the music they wanted to play. This CD got very little radio play, because it seems it wasn't aimed at appealing to the masses, instead it was a CD of fantastic J's music for J's fans.

5-0 out of 5 stars Originality still reigns supreme!!!!
WOW! This is the best 2SJ record yet. Finally they are free from the prison of record labels and radio stations. I'm not surprised that I didn't hear any of these tracks on the radio. They didn't have a label paying off the radio jocks this time! For those who have watched the J's progression, Sexy Karate makes sense. Little by little they have developed from a jokester party band to innovative and original music pioneers. The closest band that they resemble, is the Beastie Boys who started with "License to Ill" and ended up with "Hello Nasty". I bet a lot of people who were introduced to the band through their radio singles will not be into this record. Good. Let the people with taste buds for something different sample the aural delights that this band serves up. ... Read more


97. Rollin Stoned
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4-0 out of 5 stars Rollin' Into An Alternate Style...
The Kottonmouth Kings have always performed with many different types of styles in their music, and Rollin Stoned doesn't fork off from this idea at all. The band has sounded a bit different ever since vocalist Johnny Richter replaced Saint Viscious, and they have more of a "flowing" sound to them in a way. This CD has a different sound than other KMK albums, but I was expecting such before buying it, and now you should be too.

The disc starts out with a hard rap song, "Sleepers", which talks about the whole world sleeping on KMK's music. It's a good start and gets you into their voices. Another couple of hard songs are passed, with "Full Throttle" and "4-2-0". Stopping at 6 and 7 we see the album change into more of its true hidden sound: very positive and summertime/happy music. "Positive Vibes" describes this perfectly - lots of singing (mostly Richter) and rapping over a very good and light beat. Track 8 is called "Zero Tolerance" and I love this one... It's about having no tolerance for the rules and regulations of this country. A standard anti-law Kottonmouth song. Back to the light-heartedness, "Float Away" blasts us with another memorable happy chorus about music. Skipping a few tracks, we come to track 13, "Rest Of My Life" which is simply about smoking weed for the rest of their lives. It has a catchy tune and is an overall good song. From here on, a lot of the tracks are slightly harder than average, and some notable good ones are, "Strangez Dayz", "Tangerine Sky", and "Built To Last".

Overall this CD is a very good listen. Whether you're new to the Kings or a hardened Vet, you're probably going to at least like this new style. Still the same old KMK, yet evolutionized in a way. Most of the songs are worth listening to, with little fillers or tracks to skip.

Overall Rating: 90 / 100

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the year's (and the Kings') best releases!!!
I've been listening to this album a lot this year, and having just seen them put on a great live show I can tell already that I'm going to afiliate this time in my life with the Kottonmouth Kings. People have been saying negative things about this album, but I'm not suprised. People who don't like the Kings say that this is a bunch of white guys rapping about getting drunk and stoned, and is the kind of thing fratboys listen to. But that's what they first said about Liscenced to Ill. Plus, some longtime fans (and I am a longtime fan) are saying that they sold out by experimenting with reggae, rock, slower songs, and more of the punk rock that they've been doing recently. But that's what longtime Clash fans first said about London Calling. My point is that this is a fantastic album that succeeds on many levels and reaches many heights. The punk songs are possibly the only thing keeping the genre alive, with horrible poppy emo and mainstream pop-punk bands that fill out arenas and dominate MTV and the airwaves getting blown out of the water in comparison. And the white rapping puts all rap-metal acts to shame, and simply annihilates frat-boy posers like the Bloodhound Gang and recent ICP. And the range is remarkable; one would never guess that many of the songs came from the same record, especially in this day and age. Their flowing is as great as ever, and the experiments are all risks that the band should be accoladed for, and not only that, they work amazingly! One of the year's few must buys, a great addition to the Kings' catalogue, and (you heard it here first) and album that will be talked about for years.

5-0 out of 5 stars Lets roll and get stoned
Ok lemme just start off with this.. KMK IS DA BOMB! hehe

The Kottonmouth Kings knows how to tear things up on every c.d. they have. In my personal opinion, this is the best mix of beats I have ever heard come from them. They mix rap with punk, rock and mellow beats that will either get you jumpin or just relaxing to the rhythms.

On this c.d. there's a selection for all music lovers. "Tangerine Sky" is a mellow kick back song along with "positive vibes" and "rest of my life". Then you get the punk rock songs like "subnoise rats", "full throttle" and others. Then the rap selection like "4-2-0" and others. This is a great C.D. and I immediately urge you to buy it now.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hell ya , this is the sh*t
This album rules, everything song is great. My favs have to be 4-2-0, float away, and endless highway, plus more. This to me is KMK's best cd, High Society and Fire It Up are probally tied for second , i just dont find Royal Highness that good, but enought about that buy this album if u a KMK fan. And they didnt sell out hahha b*tches

5-0 out of 5 stars Kottonmouth Kings Still blowin Smoke Rings
Yo!, Kottonmouth Kings are by far one of the best music groups out there, they've got an awsome sound unlike any other group and are true to there fans. I've been down with the Krown for about 4 years and meet a couple of the members at various shows...this cd is tight adds to the rest real nice, its got alot of different sounds and awsome to chill to...Andrew Jenkins gave it a bad rapp and claims to be down with the krown...well if he was really down with the krown then he would enjoyed the new beats that the Kings produced!!(and if your reading this Andrew you dont call the group KK its KMK)and they didnt go mainstream or turn pop....and dont ever compare them to dave matthews band again please..anyway check out Saint Dogg and Phunk Junkeez !! coming soon to a venue near you!! ... Read more


98. Double Wide [Clean]
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5-0 out of 5 stars What a Cd!
Wow! This is one of the best album's ive ever got. I listened to it for the first time and fell in love. Good Rap/Rock/Country Mix. Not Like His Other 2 albums.

1. Intro - Kracker gettin on a train...ready to go to the real world

2.Better Day's - Very good rhymes.Best Song on cd.Not My personal favorate though. 5/5

3.What Chu' Lookin' At? Another hit. 4.8/5

4.Follow Me- 1st single. Different then the rest. 3/5

5.Heaven (feat.Kidrock and Paradime)- My favorate. Kick a** 1,000,000/5

6.Steaks and Shrimp - Greatness. Another Hip-hop Track. 4.6/5

7.Who's Your Uncle - Hip-Hop Track. Good. 4/5

8.Whiskey & Water - A hip-hop/Country track. Could of Been Better. 4/5

9.Yeah Yeah Yeah - 2nd Single.One Of the better Songs. Its More Rock Then Hip-Hop. 5/5

10.Aces & 8's - Very Different. Tells a good story. 4/5

11.You Cant Take Me - Good Song To End The Album.

Overall: Could of been longer but its kick azz.

5-0 out of 5 stars KID ROCK FAN
I'm a Kid Rock fan and was excited to hear that Kid's DJ was releasing his own CD. Let me tell you, I bought it and was FLOORED!!! It's amazing. Uncle Kracker is one very talented guy. Not only can the boy spin records, but he can sing! He can come serenade me anytime.

4-0 out of 5 stars By Far His best
Do not buy this album if you expect every song to be like "follow me", but if you like rock,country, and a little hip hop this is the perfect combination. I was very surprised I did not expect the album to be this good. I had never heard rap over a harmonica before, but not only does he pull it off he almost creates a whole new genre or sound. GOOD JOB KRACKER!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars follow me
I love the song, follow me, but if you don't like rap, than do not buy the cd. I am not a rap fan, but if you are than it is a good cd.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love it!
I did not receive the clean version of this CD as I bought it used, however I like the music just the same. If you cannot stand the "f" word used about a hundred times in about half the songs, do not buy the original, get the CLEAN version. I started to send my CD back for a refund, but the songs really grew on me. The "f" word is not really used 100 times, but until you get used to hearing it, it is shocking. Anyways, BUY THIS CD! Especially if you are a fan of Kid Rock like I am. Uncle Kracker's music is like Kid Rock's and he can be heard on this CD as well. Cool!!!! ... Read more


99. Psychopathics From Outer Space 2
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All new music from the Psychopathic Family, including tracks by ICP, Twiztid, ABK, Esham and Zug Izland. Once again, Psychopathics is invading your stereo! ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Get this CD NOW!!!!
I got this as a gift otherwise I would have bought it myself. With all the Psychopathic Records releses you don't know what to expect. This CD is worth a buy. EVery song has it's own bit of freshenss. Eery song is different. The intro isn't as long as the other CD's intros are. Track number 2 is one of the best tracks on the cd in my opinion. Also other good songs are the last one where everyone in Psy. Family is freestyling. Zug Island is on this track and two of their own tracks. The song We Live is the better of the two songs. Also Blaze's new track 10 Bodies is great. Abk's songs could have been beter but Stayin Alive is the better of the two new songs from him. Esham is good on here too. I never was into him but Killing Spree is a good song and I just might be more into him for it. Esham has some good flows in mosto f the songs. I used to love Bushwick Bill back i nthe day but he actually ruined the sogn with ICP. 2 Live Crew makes an appearance and it's fresh surprisingly. So you have an over view. Hoepfully this review will help you decide whether or not you get it. I say: GET IT!!!.

5-0 out of 5 stars Out of this world
This Cd is awesome it has tracks from everyone but the rydas but o well.

Intro-Its an intro

Conquer-This song is awesome Abk is the best on this track

Hollywood im' Coming-The Best Twiztid Song ever (besides KMK diss)

Oldie but goodie-Funny as hell

Warrior-Awesome Favorite song on this cd and one of my favorite ABK songs overall

10 bodies-awesome cant wait for colton grundy

Out there-great aside from bushwick bill

Y-Great Zug track not the best tho

demon faces-alright song

True stories-Pretty good

Some F*ckin How-Good Track

24s on an 84-pretty good

Mr. sesame seed-Awesome track with abk

Do it-great to see shaggs doin dolo stuff again

Yuwannahoe-More AWEsome twiztid i love twiztid

Wicked wild-Awesome genius

We Live-not my favorite zug song ever but i like it better than cry

B*tch shut up-I love this song

under the big top-Good to hear ICP by themselves

stayin' Alive-I Love ABK

killin' spree-This is the wickedest ive heard esham in awhile

graverobbers-awesome track by the lotus

Free studio-Love this song

MMFCL

4-0 out of 5 stars Psychopathics from outer space pt II
My review.

1)Intro---Quick and to the point

2)Conquer---Good beat. Kinda spaced. (Best verse: Violent J)

3)Hollywood Im coming---The twiztid diss track. KMK and Bubba sparks get bad. (B.V Madrox)

4)Oldie but goodie--Remake of Eshams old song. It sux. Im not a big esham fan.

5)Warrior--This is why ABK is not taken seriously. Dumb tracks like this.

6)10 Bodies- This gets me so hyped about Blazes new album. Cant wait for Colton Grundy.

7)Out there---Icp ft Bushwick. Bushwick was wack on here.But Shaggy Ripped it old school wicked style. (B.V Shaggy)

8)Y--zUG ISLAND is good backgroudn band..But not alone.

9)Demon Faces---Great track .Except Esham..(B.V Madrox)

10)True stories---Jump steady is underrated and should have more exposure on theri albums. Great lyrics. I was surprised.

11)SOme f**kin how---Jay is better than he has ever been and this track proves it.

12)24's on a 84--Shags seems out of place on this track. TNT and esham sound good though (Bv Esham)

13)Mr sesame seed--J and abk are so wack on here..I hate this track

14)dO IT--Shaggs..A great solo. Shags is talented and underrated

15)Yuwannahoe---Twiztid is amazing. Together they are unstoppable (BV monoxide)

16)Wicked wild---Great track..Again. Esham is wack. 2 live crew surprisingly were good. (B.V Shaggs)

17)We live--SOunds like a wraith track that icp could rap too. Good. But again they are a better beat band than a real song band.

18)B**ch shut up--Good beat. Blaze is the man. Once again.

19)Under the big top==I want Icp's Hellz Pit to be like this so bad. Its been a while since icp was wicked and they showed that they are the best st it.

20)Stayin alive--Abk ripped this song real good. I like it. It could have been on his album and held its own.

21)Killin spree---A great esham track. The changing beat is cool. I hate esham but I love this track.

22)Grave robbers--No one knew who the official Lotus roster was gonna be till this song.And it was ICP, twiztid, Blaze and Abk..Let us know that a new Lotus album was comin....(B.V Monoxide)

23)Free studio--A freestyle track. Every Psychopathic artist had a part on this track. Blaze, icp, twiztid, ABK, Jumpsteady, Esham, and The rude boy. (B.v Monoxide)

All in all this album is great. Just wettend the appetite for psychopathics list of up coming albums for 2004. (Including, Lotus, Twiztid, ABK, aND blaze, and OH YEAH ICP )

5-0 out of 5 stars better then any feminem record or 50cent
very good cd its worth $ u spend on it the only thing i dont like on this cd is blaze sounds like sh#t and bushwick sounds bad aswell but in all twzitid have moved up a noch they sound awseome on this cd and shaggs and js solo songs a really awesome aswell buy the record you will like the wicked sh@t

4-0 out of 5 stars an alright cd
this cd is actually pretty good. i was amazed that i actually like the anybody killa songs. its a long cd, so thats a plus. the highlights are both Zug Izland songs "Y" and "We Live" and Shaggy 2 Dopes solo track "Do It". the only disapointing thing on this cd is that the new Dark Lotus track "Grave Robbers" sucks, and Esham is on the cd to much, hes like on every other song ... Read more


100. Nullset
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2-0 out of 5 stars A little disappointed
When listening to this CD, I was a little disappointed. this CD offers nothing to make it stand out from the overpopulated (and undertalented) rap/rock crowd. The lead singer's voice and flow definately borrow from fred durst, so limp bizkit haters should avoid this CD like the plague. Overall, if you are a big fan of the rap/rock genre, then Nullset could be a good band for you to check out. Songs with riffs like "Smokewood" and "Speechles" are undeniable catchy. However, if you are not too big a rap rock fan, then Nullset will not turn you on to this genre.

4-0 out of 5 stars Refreshing Take on Rapcore
Let me start by saying that Im a fan of ALL types of music, from Talib Kwali and Erykah Badu to Fear Factory and Sugar Ray and everything in between. I take music for what it is...emotion. I must admit, the rapcore genre doesnt bother me. I actually enjoy it. It's not meant to be serious progressive stuff. It's meant to be hardhitting and at times simple fun. But this isnt a limp bizkit ripoff.Just in case limp bizkit's recent offerings dont please you, this is a rapcore welcoming.Now this band isn't exactly EXTREMELY fresh either. But who is? You cant honestly say that no band has influences from others. The main thing that sticks out is the singers lyrical expression. Its like S.A. Martinez from 311 mixed in with CxT's Shifty with a deeper and angrier voice while he's rhyming. Then the screams come reminiscent of Snot's late great Lynn Strait. And the music is just as hard and structured as nonpoint and just as flowing and textured as 311. Again this cd isnt meant to be a MUSIC MILESTONE, but i cant stand people who look for that music. This album is a great accomplishment for a debut. Music is to be enjoyed, and if you listen with that point of view, you will definitely enjoy this album. PEACE

5-0 out of 5 stars Kicks the Bizkit's ass
If you are a fan of Three dollar bill by Bizkit then buy this album. if you like other limp bizkit you'll probably like this too. if yoy like Hed (pe) or RATM, buy this album. if you detest rap influence in your metal, do not buy this album.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nullset is da bomb
Nullset is a great band. They stand out from others because of their unique sound (rap/rock and vocals). Every song is upbeat and just great to bang heads to. The beats are good, but the lyrics are even better... having been thought out and put meaning into. You'll never predict the next line and it'll take you a month to get the lyrics to one song down. This is a [great] CD that pays for itself. Trust me.

4-0 out of 5 stars its gonna be good
i think everythings gonna be fine with nullset cuz just about a week ago i was in my friends (luntatrap, formerly known as credulous) jamspace and nullset plays in the room next to them to practice and i heard nullset makin sum new music. ... Read more


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