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101. Tunnel of Love E.P.
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Average Customer Review: 4.86 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Tunnel of Love (ep review)
i love this cd. bottom line. it was a little novelty-ish, but i loved it.i've recommended this cd to my friends in the past, and they ended up becoming BIG icp fans. but anyway, i'll just walk you through every song on the album from my perspective, so you'll know what to expect:
1: intro- you basically hear faint talking and whispering backed up by tunnel-o-love music
2: cotton candy (5/5)- this is one of my favorite songs on the album, simply because it's perverted and funny at the same time. the end of the song made me blush, though.
3: super-balls (5/5)- this song was funny as hell! i loved violent j's verses.
4: ninja (4/5)- i like the intro of the song, and the music is pretty cool too. it has a pretty cool storyline too simply because we've all probably been through the same thing. i really love what violent j says at the ending.
5: stomp (5/5)- the beat of the song got me on this track. i guess its because its what most people expect to hear from icp. but its different at the same time too. especially when the beat switches up. i really cant describe it. this song is one reason you should buy the record.
6: prom queen (3/5) probably the weakest track on the record. great storyline, but something was missing.
7: my kind of b*itch (5/5)- the beat on this song was distinctive, which made me like the song. but the lyrics are funny as hell too. then during the song, there are samples of shaggy 2 dope and violent j on those personals chat lines saying lewd, perverted (surprised?), and impossible expectaions from a girl they want.
8: when i get out (3/5)- remember when i said that this album was kind of novelty-ish? this is why. the beat is a little creative, but something was missing from this song too.
oh, yeah, i almost forgot... when the song sounds as if its over, DON'T TURN OFF THE CD!!!. peace, y'all

5-0 out of 5 stars My review...
First off, I just want to say the Insane Clown Posse are my favorie group. They live next door to me { Detroit, MI and South Bend, IN). I have seven or eight of their CDs and I enjoy all of them emencely.

The Review:

This I can say is not he best ICP CD but it is a stellar installment.The songs include: 1. Intro 2. Cotton Candy 3. Super Balls 4. Ninja 5. Stomp 6. Prom Queen 7. My Kind of Bitch 8. When I get Out

They all are pretty good. I loved the background music of Ninja.

Once again the Insane Clown Posse succed in mixing Rap with Rock, and Techno among others.

I do not know what else to say exept ICP is great and I will value this addition like I do the other Clowns.

Peace Juggalos...

Have A NiCE LiFE!

5-0 out of 5 stars Shoulda made it an LP
This is a great novelty record. it has funny lyrics and great beats. only bad song is "Stomp".

5-0 out of 5 stars Tunnel of Love (e.P).
i enjoy all icp cds if i can get my hands on them i try to get them becuase i think there great

5-0 out of 5 stars Shaggy & J.
First, I'd like to say that Icp lives nevt to me in Michigan not Indiana! Shaggy & J are the best looking people in the world, I think Shaggy has nice BuNz! J, well, he's just TOOOOO good lookin'! My e-mail address is TiMMySBaCk@hotmail.com Thanks y'all

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102. Princess Favorites
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1-0 out of 5 stars Another Repackaging Of Princess Favorites
When is Disney ever going to realize that recycling Disney Princess songs aren't such a good idea? As a Disney Princess fan since I was really little I have always enjoyed Disney princess songs. But i am so so so so sick and tired about on just about every Disney album dedicated solely to the Disney Princesses Disney always always ALWAYS has a habit of recycling old princess songs instead of adding new princess songs. I mean people already own half the songs on Princess Favorites and can buy them on the film soundtracks or the Disney princess collection cd. Why I think this cd was released is that Disney was trying to promote the movie Cinderella II Dreams Come True as the songs from that movie are on this cd. But heck one of the songs Put it Together is also on the SUPERSTAR HITS cd. So while this cd may be a redone version of Princess Collection Volume #2 please Please Please PLEASE do not buy,
Thank you very much for your time

2-0 out of 5 stars Whose Princess Favorites???
I would classify only 3 of the songs on this CD as Princess Favorites - Belle, Kiss The Girl and Once Upon A Dream. The rest are either not Princess songs or not favorites.

My daughter is a huge Disney Princess fan, and wants to hear the songs from the Princess movies non-stop. She's only 3, but she does know her princesses, and the girl from Hercules and Nala from the Lion King are definitely NOT princesses! This is also the first time that I've seen Mulan grouped with the princesses.

We wanted music from the classic Disney Princess movies that she loves - Cinderella, Snow White, Beauty & The Beast, Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin and The Little Mermaid. I do not put Cinderella 2 and Aladdin and the Forty Thieves in that category - were those even released in the theaters, or direct to video?

I am generally a fan of the Disney compilations, but this one feels like a marketing rip-off. Get the Disney Classics 5 CD set if you really want the Princess Favorites - they may be spread out over all the discs, but they are the songs you want to hear!

1-0 out of 5 stars Save your money!
A friend gave this CD to my little girl for her 5th birthday...she was thrilled to get it. The thrill ended as soon as it was played. She wanted to know where the Princesses were.
There is no Ariel...just a song by Sebastian. No Cinderella, no Snow White, and why would they place an unknown song from the Broadway musical Beauty and the Beast which only has been heard by the people attending the musical?? At least Sleeping Beauty made the grade. My daughter has the movie Cinderella II which the CD promotes, but is not familiar with them to really enjoy these 4 songs.
Again, save your money...some day maybe Disney will set aside some of their money and marketing hunger and put out a CD that any 5 year old princess will enjoy singing along with...BTW isn't Beauty and the Beast being re-released...oh yea, thats why that endless song about Belle is on there..Bon Jour!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best CD ever!!!!! What a way to start the new year!!!
This CD is awesome! There are four songs on the CD from Cinderella II, with Brooke Allison giving it her all and shining brightly. The new version of Bibbidi Bobbidid Boo is wonderful! They took the classical version from long ago and gave it a new twist which is sure to delight everyone of all ages! If you have enjoyed Walt Disney forever, like myself, or are just tuning in, you will love this album!!!!!!:)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best CD ever!... What a way to start the new year!...
This CD is awesome! There are four songs on the CD from Cinderella II, with Brooke Allison giving it her all and shining brightly. The new version of Bibbidi Bobbidid Boo is wonderful! They took the classical version from long ago and gave it a new twist which is sure to delight everyone of all ages! If you have enjoyed Walt Disney forever, like myself, or are just tuning in, you will love this album!... ... Read more


103. Volumizer
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3-0 out of 5 stars Very good cd but.....
If you heard the last version of Volumizer with Stockholm Love and Secret Frequency, thats the better one. the 3 new songs are all really bad and don't sond like 2 skinnee js and dont fit with the rest of the cd at all. aside from the 3 bad songs grown up, lemon drop and lost and found the rest of the songs are really good and if you liked super meracd or their previous eps then you like these songs. the cd is worth buying even with the few horrible songs.

5-0 out of 5 stars friggin amzing
I got this cd as a grab bag present box from the store i work at, and i have to admit i wan't ready for the incredible ryming that was going to occur. The cd blew me away, it was the most amazing surprise of most recent years for me right up next to the new electric company album. I heard my friend say something about the group and i figured i should pick something out that he likes not just because his taste in music is awesome but because if i didn't like it i could give it to him. heh, no way am i giving this to him, maybe i'll burn him a copy until he gets his own, but wow. I don't realy listen to the songs that sound like rock much; not that i'm against rock but the first song of the album doesn't really get me in the mood to listen to the rock songs. Also there is nothing on this album thats inappropriate so ever since i got the cd my little sister barrows it constantly, i'm so glad that my sister has as good of a taste in music as meh. My mom even likes it, everyone that i had listen to the cd likes it.

4-0 out of 5 stars simply smashing dah-ling!
Um... though not a great as Supermercado, this album has it's gems. It would seem as if they were getting some nudges from the record execs on this one, as some of their songs tend to be very bloodhound gang/sugar ray/eminem derivative. Though for every basic blah song (Grown Up) on Volumizer, they seemed to have a counter-song that was way more rap-based (Horns of Destruction), and it's my theory that doing so was their way of middle-fingering those who wanted to have their way with them. Only a fraction of the tracks sound like the Skinnee's old-style. That said I only have three words left to say to sum up my review: Sugar and Candy, baby!!! (ok 4).

4-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as SuperMercado, but a great CD for sure.
Volumizer starts off so well. Horns of Destruction, more than any other song on this album or the other two, shows just how well the J's work the English language to a beat. From there, you get another very good song before you hit a pair of songs that are just too radio friendly for my liking. Grown Up and Girl With the World in Her Eyes are good songs, but they aren't the J's at all. Then you get more good Skinnee action with Big Beat Evangelists, which I would say is the "The Good, The Bad, and The Skinnee" of Volumizer. It's the anthem song on the album. The stretch of good songs ends with Pass the Buck, my favorite song on the CD, and the purest "rap" song I think the J's have ever done. Then you hit another downer with Lemon Drop and Sugar & Candy, two songs which I find to be almost unlistenable. Loud Neighbor is stuck in there for good measure, followed by Coming Home, which is nothing more than a closing song. The album is very good, but they need to drop the radio-friendly poppy garbage and stick with the rappin and rhymin that their fans love them for.

4-0 out of 5 stars Whats the Skinnee
The 2 skinnee J's are one of the most original bands out right now. I agree that Volumizer is not as good as supermercado and that Stockholm love should have been kept on the record. However, I think That part of why this record doesn't seem so great is because I've heard all the really good songs before (or the majority) so their were no suprises as to the tracks that I liked. The other thing to remember is that the J's arn't a hip hop band their are, As I like to call them "nerd rap rock" so I can understand tracks like Lemon Drop and others. And while these tracks may seem a little more radio friendly the J's deffinatly didn't sit down and say "I think will right a sugar ray song" If anything these songs show the tallent of the band to be able to preform all sorts of of songs, from the heavy rap of Horns of Destruction to the poppy Lost and Found, they can do it all. While other bands ::cough:: sugar ray ::cough:: can only play those poppy songs. See the J's live and you know that they still are playing all the old favorits so nothings changed. IF your new to the J's buy Supermercado first but Volumizer is still solid. ... Read more


104. Totally Hits 2002
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Average Customer Review: 3.82 out of 5 stars
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2002 compilation featuring 20 tracks, 'What's Luv?' FatJoe, 'Oops (Oh My)' Tweet (feat. Missy 'Misdemeanor'Elliott), 'Get The Party Started' P!NK, 'What About Us?'Brandy, '7 Days' Craig David, 'Young'n (Holla Back)'Fabolous, 'The Whole World' Outkast (feat. Killer Mike &Joi), 'Everywhere' Michelle Branch, 'Wherever You Will Go'The Calling, 'Wasting My Time' Default, 'Youth Of TheNation' P.O.D, 'Hands Clean' Alanis Morrisette, 'WrongImpression' Natalie Imbruglia, 'Standing Still' Jewel, 'WeFit Together' O-Town, 'I Love You' Faith Evans, 'A Woman'sWorth' Alicia Keys, 'Can't Fight The Moonlight (GrahamStack Radio Edit)' Leann Rimes, 'Pass The Courvoisier PartII' Busta Rhymes & 'Anything' Jaheim. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Totally Hits 2002 - My Opinion
1.Fat Joe featuring Ashanti - What's Luv? Cool song, I like Fat Joe's music, I hope he has more coming. A+

2.Tweet featuring Miss Elliot. I LIKE it a lot. Especially what the song is about. LOL! A

3.Pink - Get the Party Started. Cool Song,Pink's music ROCKS!! A+

4.Brandy - What About Us? Good choice, the video is odd but I don't care. A-

5.Craig David - 7 Days. Another good choice,I like craig David. A

6.Fabolous - Holla Back. Cool rap song.1 of my favorites. A+

7.Outkast - The Whole World. My favorite on the CD. A+

8.Michelle Branch - Everywhere. I don't like this song, and it's way too old to be on the CD. F

9.The Calling - Wherever You Will You Go. Good Choice, I hope the Calling has mor hits coming. A

10.Default - Wasting My Time. Another good choice, I like this song. A

11.P.O.D. - Youth Of A Nation. Cool beat and sends a true message. A

12.Alanis Morisette - Hands Clean. I HATE this song!!! It's pointless!!! F

13.Natalie Imbruglia - Wrong Impression. Good choice. A

14.Jewel - Standing Still. Another good choice. A

15.O-Town - We Fit Together. I like this song too. A

16.Faith Evans - I Love You. I'm not good with mushy,slow music. D

17.Alicia Keys - A woman's Worth. I don't like this song at all. This song is also too old to be on the CD. F

18.Leann Rhimes - Can't Fight the Moonlight. OK song, catchy beat. A

19.Busta Rymes - Pass the Courovoisier. Cool Song, catchy tune. A

20.Jaheim - Anything. Good song, but it's too slow. C+

4-0 out of 5 stars My Review For Totally Hits 2002
1. What's Luv - Fat Joe (This song is repetitive with a haunting beat) C
2. Oops (Oh My) - Tweet (I love Tweet, but I don't like this song) D
3. Get The Party Started - Pink (Pink is the coolest, period)A
4. What About Us - Brandy (I don't like this song it is also repetitive.)
5. 7 Days - Craig David (This is a good song) A+
6. Young'n - Fabolous (This is one of the best songs on the CD) A+
7. The Whole World - Outkast (I love Outkast and all of their songs) A+
8. Everywhere - Michelle Branch (I strongly dislike Michelle Branch and all of her songs) F
9. Wherever You Will Go - The Calling (This song is really cool) B
10.Wasting My Time - Default (I really like this song) A
11. Youth Of The Nation - (This song has a really nice beat) A+
12. Hands Clean - Alanis Morrisette (This song is okay) B
13. Wrong Impression - Natalie Imbruglia (An okay song, not the best on the CD) B-
14. Standing Still - Jewel (I don't really like this song) C
15. We Fit Together - O-Town (The words are okay but I don't like the music) B
16. I Love You - Faith Evans (I love this song and it's words) A+
17. A Woman's Worth - Alicia Keys (I love Alicia Keys. She is a wonderful singer. Great song) A+
18. Can't Fight The Moonlight - Leann Rimes (Great singer and I like the movie it's in) A
19. Pass the Courvoisier Part II - Busta Rhymes (Nice beat and a good song) A
20. Anything - Jaheim (The words to this song are really sweet. Nice song) A

4-0 out of 5 stars My review for: Totally Hits 2002
OK, here's my good review of this. Here goes:

1. Fat Joe featuring Ashanti- What's Luv (4/5) I love this jam, but it got overplayed. They could've put the one with Ja Rule instead...
2. Tweet featuring Missy Elliot- Oops (Oh My) (3/5) OK tune, it gets annoying sometimes, but, I like it.
3. P!NK- Get The Party Started (5/5) Love this tune, im glad they put the orignal on here! I do like the Sweet Dreams melody of this better, and thats on Now 9, but, this is still awsome.
4. Brandy- What About Us (4/5) I like this song from Brandy, and I think she sounds MUCH more mature than she used to, a more serious voice. I hope she comes back with something new!
5. Craig David- 7 Days (4/5) I didn't like this much when I 1st heard it, but, it grew on me. Nice, OK ballad.
6. Fabolous- Young'n (Holla Back) (5/5) My favorite song on the CD! Fabolous at his best. "Holla back, Young'n Hoo Hoo!"
7. Outkast featuring Killer Mike- Whole World (2/5) OK song by Outkast, but, it gets VERY annoying often... And, Killer Mike isnt too good on this.
8. Michelle Branch- Everywhere (4/5) 1st song by Michelle. OK. It used to get overplayed, though.
9. Calling- Wherever You Will Go (5/5) I love this song, even though it got overplayed. Who cares. This is great.
10. Default- Wasting My Time (5/5) Great song by Default, this didn't get too overplayed. Thanks for producing this, Chad Kroger!
11. P.O.D.- Youth of The Nation (4/5) Good, heavy ballad from P.O.D. I like it when the kids sing later.
12. Alanis Morsette- Hands Clean (2/5) Very boring and annoying song from Alanis. Its OK. Why did they put this though?
13. Natilie Imbruglia- Wrong Impression (5/5) Good song, even though she has a very diffrent voice on this than she had on Torn. Awsome tune anyway!
14. Jewel- Standing Still (4/5) This gets boring rarely, but, its nice.
15. O-Town- We Fit Together (4/5) Although this wasnt a hit from them, this is a good O-Town song.
16. Faith Evans- I Love You (4/5) Great love song from Faith Evans.
17. Alicia Keys- A Woman's Worth (1/5) UGH! I dont like this song at all. Worst from Alicia. Its pointless and annoying.
18. Leann Rimes- Can't Fight the Moonlight (Remix) (3/5) One of Leean's best, although played out. It got a bit boring. I wonder why they put this on too?
19. Busta Rhymes featuring P. Diddy and Pharrel Willams- Pass The Courvorsier (Remix) (5/5) Awsome, funny song by Busta, and, Pharrel and Diddy are great, too!
20. Jahiem featuring Next- Anything (4/5) Pretty song by Jahiem. But, it got a little played out. I like Next.

So, buy this, NOW! Some tracks are boring, but, its much better than Totally Hits 1!

3-0 out of 5 stars The Best Since the First One
The first "Totally Hits" back in 1999 was definitely the best of this series, but this one is quite good too. "Totally Hits 2002" manages quite a nice variety of hits from early 2002. Here's my low-down on the tracks:

1. What's Luv: (5/5) I am not a big rap fan by any means, but this is a kick butt song. The beat and backround music are what makes it along with Ashanti on the chorus. I just tune out Fat Joe and his gibberish.

2. Oops (Oh My): (4/5) Hmmm...not bad. But Tweet is an Aaliyah rip-off. No one can take her place.

3. Get the Party Started: (5/5) THE party anthem of 2002. The biggest hit of Pink's career. Awesome track.

4. What About Us: (5/5) Brandy's top 10 comeback single. Her "Never Say Never" work was better, but the song has a cool beat and unique chorus.

5. 7 Days: (3/5) This guy has a great voice and I like this song better than his first single, but it was overrated and overplayed.

6. Young 'n: (1/5) Blah!

7. The Whole World: (4/5) Cool and unque hip hop song. Hip hop needs more of this spice.

8. Everywhere: (4/5) Good song, but very overplayed. "All You Wanted" is better and would've been a better choice for this compilation. Still, good pop.

9. Wherever You Will Go: (3.5/5) Shocker! Another very overplayed song. Very Goo Goo Dolls-ish. Catchy chorus though. Defiitely a big one of 2002.

10. Wasting My Time: (1/5) I hated this song. It was overplayed and very annoying. Thankfully, they are a one hit wonder.

11. Youth of the Nation: (3/5) I rarely like this sort of the music, but this song is oddly appealing. Mostly, it's the chorus.

12. Hands Clean: (4/5) Good song, a moderate hit for Alanis. Cool pop/rock track.

13. Wrong Impression: (5/5) The highlight of the whole album. This song was only a minor hit missing the top 40 but it was one of the catchiest songs of the year. Fantastic chorus. This song is just as good as her first hit "Torn." WHY WASN'T IT HUGE???

14. Standing Still: (4/5) Slightly overplayed, but Jewel sounds so great on it, it can be overlooked. Nice addition.

15. We Fit Together: (2/5) It's the perverted BSB knock-offs at their most annoying. I'm a huge pop lover and the only reason i give it 2 stars is bcuz of that.

16. I Love You: (2/5) Yawn

17. A Woman's Worth: (3/5) Alicia tries to live up to her first and best song "Fallin" and doesn't exactly fal considering this song was a pretty big hit, but it's not that great.

18. Can't Fight the Moonlight: (5/5) Diane Warren strikes again! Fantastic pop song, catchy as hell, and a big hit for Leann. Helped keep pop alive in 2002.

19. Pass the Courvoisier: (1/5) Ditto to track #6.

20. Anything: (1/5) See above.

For someone looking for variety, this is a good buy.

3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good
I'm not really a big fan of compilations. And I don't own this CD, but I like some songs on it. The top 5 (in my opinion, in order) are:
1. Youth of the Nation-P.O.D. This song needs no comment.
2. What's Luv-Fat Joe. Cool song.
3. Wasting My Time-Default. I like this song. Cool hook.
4. Wherever You Will Go-The Calling. A bit overplayed, but still good.
5. Get The Party Started-Pink. Got too overplayed, but like 4, still kinda good ... Read more


105. Jinx
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Iceland's answer toLimp Bizkit,Korn, andLinkin Park,Quarashi's rock-rap-industrial hybrid usually makes for bad rap and even worserock, but the mix works on Jinx for reasons unknown. The group's FredDurst rap-metal shtick ("Stick 'Em Up," "Weirdo") is a bit tired, but itsBeastieBoys-style eclecticism ("Mr. Jinx," "Baseline") flips a catchy cornucopia ofhorn, guitar, and xylophone samples. Certainly, when Quarashi pull out all oftheir experimental stops on "Tarfur," a percussion-heavy funk track that'srecorded in Icelandic, or "Dive In," a techno ballad crooned by the band'sjack-of-all-trades Hössi Olafsson, the results are fun. Move overBjörk andSigur Rós,there's a new innovator in town. --Dalton Higgins ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad...but not groundbreaking either.
When I saw the video for "Stick 'Em Up", I was taken in by the song's catchiness as well as the fact that the video features the lead rapper in a boxing match! So I went out and bought the CD not knowing whether or not the risk was worth it...

Well, I've listened to the CD a few times already and all I can say is that if you like the Beastie Boys and Rage Against The Machine, then you'll love Quarashi. However, the Icelandic foursome doesn't quite match up to the aforementioned bands, if you know what I mean. The Beasties had developed wit and cleverness in their lyrics and music while Rage had an intense passion and focus in their music. Quarashi could use some improvement in their lyrics and sound. Like I said before, it's not all that bad, but their music and lyrics come across as slightly corny and juvenile at times (i.e., "Your mother is a stripper" or "I come on the mic like a fascist" (or something like that)? Please!) Still, I definitely see potential in this band and I believe they can be a much better band, given time. After all, it's only their debut album. Heck, look at the Beastie Boys. They've definitely come a long way since "Licensed To Ill"!

4-0 out of 5 stars Try it, you'll like it. I promise. Trust me.
Well, I bought this CD not really knowing what exactly to expect. Like you probably have if you're reading this, I had heard "Stick 'Em Up" on the radio and loved it. So I got onto Amazon and read some of the reviews, then decided to go out and buy it. I was really surprised by how diverse the songs on this album are. They range from the semi-aggressiveness of the previously mentioned radio song to the softly sung "Dive In" to the Icelandic rap "Tarfur" to the laid back "Mr. Jinx." The sound of the band itself is very unique, but could best be compared to kind of a cross between Rage Against the Machine and Beastie Boys, with a more electronic sound and a greater range of experimentation. In fact, the other day I was walking near a store that was playing Rage's "Guerrilla Radio" and, for a moment before I could hear it well enough to recognize it, mistook it for "Weirdo." (I mean that in the very best way possible, especially considering that I am the biggest Rage fan on the face of the earth. Seriously.)

As much as I would love to give this CD five stars, it just isn't quite perfect enough, plus it's their major-label debut, so there's always room for improvement. Nonetheless, it is a great CD and, in my opinion, the best CD released thus far this year. My favorite song is "Mr. Jinx," but they are all good. Really, there is not a single bad song on the album. So go out and buy this CD. ...I promise you won't regret it. Even if you don't like every song, you'll still get your money's worth at such a low price. So buy it and enjoy it. Trust me.

5-0 out of 5 stars Icelandic Creature
this record was able to meet to the standards of the tactics where listeners would get a chance to hear what these people are .
the whole cd was incredible , when i had first bought this cd i thought that these people would fail in music but after listening to it i have regreted what i had said . Quarashi uis hevay , includes some elements of jazz and quiet a bot of nu metal but this cd is good overall

5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST!!!!!
First I want to say that this is nothing like Beastie Boys or Rage. It's way better!! This is something completely new. Nothing like it has ever been made, so you can't compare it to anything. The album isn't like "Stick em up", it's more of a slow rap. I really don't know what to say, i've had the cd for a couple years now and it's still my favorite. Buy it, you won't be dissapointed.

3-0 out of 5 stars Gotta give em' credit.... E for Effort
Being a fan of rap/rock, you have to imagine my reaction to Quarashi when I first heard them... There aren't enough mainstream rap/rock bands out there, so every time I hear a new band like this I look at it as a rare indulgance. First off, the first song I heard was Mr. Jinx, and I was unimpressed by the facts that the hook was the only thing pulling the song together, and the weak lyrics weren't helping. It was recently, while playing a game for PS2 called Amplitude that I heard the song Baseline, and I really enjoyed it.

While doing some research on the band I was upset to find that the band consisted of four regulars, three rappers and a drummer, who sometimes used a drum machine. In all honestly, a lot of the songs on this CD aren't bad, but I've yet to find anything other than Baseline and Stick Em' Up really extroadinary. Don't get me wrong, these guys are pioneering what's left to be explored of rap/rock, but by doing so, they're trying out a lot of things that really don't work that well, and to make things worse, the variety makes for a painful album, because there's nothing you can really get into without hewaring something different a little later.

So I've made it clear that Quarashi is no Rage, but some of their songs are worth listening to. These guys still need to find their niche and for christsakes learn how to play their own instruments. ... Read more


106. Okeeblow
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"Aisle 10 (Hello Allison)," the first single from thissophomore album, is everything you'd hope for from a Grand Royalsigning. Over a loping funk track, Marty James raps about being crushedout on a customer at his day job, leading his JonathanRichman-style narrative to a whopper of a pop chorus. Okeeblowhas more than that surprise up its sleeve. Like out-there hip-hoppers from Basehead to Beck, James letshis eclectic palette of sounds flow in an unself-conscious way. Bluesylicks, early-'70s soul keyboards, Chili Peppers-esque balladry, andeven an overreaching bite of "Moonlight Sonata" are all present andaccounted for. James's book of words ranges similarly far and wide,supplying not only the cry for "help in aisle 10," but a parodicaccount of meeting a 10-year-old who immediately outstreets him ("Star6") and a sketch of homeless life ("Freeway"). While the ambition hereisn't always up to the execution, it's hard not to keep coming back fora taste of James's enthusiasm and overflow of ideas. --RickeyWright ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars HOT Scapegoat Wax CD!
The talent the Beastie Boys scout for their record label typically matches their own musical tastes -- and Scapegoat Wax is one of their noteworthy finds. Fresh from Chico's house-party circuit, Wax's Marty James has cultivated an album of diverse styles. On Okeeblow, co-produced with Beasties collaborator Mario Caldato, Jr., James can hop-scotch from rap to hip-hop to '70s funk with admirable agility. "Freeway" is a D'Angelo-style R&B soul track, complete with falsetto harmonies; "Crawling" is an acoustic guitar-driven ballad along the lines of Incubus' "Drive." Despite the requisite scratching and genre-bending, Okeeblow doesn't sound sample-heavy. When he raps on "Evelyn" and "Almost Fine," James fits in with progressive rappers like Outkast and the Roots, who tend to avoid samples in favor of live instrumentation. However, both "Crawling" and "Space to Share" -- while demonstrating James' ability to write and perform well in different genres -- fail to mesh with the otherwise seamless hip-hop-DJ vibe. Lyrically and stylistically, Scapegoat Wax best relates to artists like Beck and the Beastie Boys, wacky alchemists who successfully transcend musical boundaries.

5-0 out of 5 stars HOT Scapegoat WAX!
Awesome album, everyone! Scapegoat Wax Okeeblow (Grand Royal) Goes well with: The Roots, Everlast, Beck's Midnite Vultures The talent the Beastie Boys scout for their record label typically matches their own musical tastes -- and Scapegoat Wax is one of their noteworthy finds. Fresh from Chico's house-party circuit, Wax's Marty James has cultivated an album of diverse styles. On Okeeblow, co-produced with Beasties collaborator Mario Caldato, Jr., James can hop-scotch from rap to hip-hop to '70s funk with admirable agility. "Freeway" is a D'Angelo-style R&B soul track, complete with falsetto harmonies; "Crawling" is an acoustic guitar-driven ballad along the lines of Incubus' "Drive." Despite the requisite scratching and genre-bending, Okeeblow doesn't sound sample-heavy. When he raps on "Evelyn" and "Almost Fine," James fits in with progressive rappers like Outkast and the Roots, who tend to avoid samples in favor of live instrumentation. However, both "Crawling" and "Space to Share" -- while demonstrating James' ability to write and perform well in different genres -- fail to mesh with the otherwise seamless hip-hop-DJ vibe. Lyrically and stylistically, Scapegoat Wax best relates to artists like Beck and the Beastie Boys, wacky alchemists who successfully transcend musical boundaries.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing album / Ecclectic sound
I heard Aisle 10 ( Hello Allison) on MTV2 one night and thought it was incredibly catchy & the video was hilarious. I had to pick up this album see what it's about. I'm glad I did this is one of the most creative, ecclectic albums I've heard in a while. Marty James has a unique style of rapping over looped samples in a hip hop style on songs Aisle 10 & Star 6. This album incorporates hip hop with Aisle 10, blues, funk on the song Freeway, & soul with Crawling. His influences are evident from Beasties to Chili Peppers & Beck. Stand out tracks are Aisle 10, Freeway, Crawling & Party of one but the whole album is outstanding the produciton is done very well. One of my favorite albums in the 90's & recommend checking it out.

5-0 out of 5 stars Buy This CD!!
This guys from my home town Chico, CA. Not only is he an awesome dude, hes a great singer and songwritter. His new CD Okeeblow has it all, from up-beat Hip-Hop tracks, To Mellow Jack Johnson Style songs that Im pretty sure anyone will enjoy. He's come a long way in a short period of time. Support Scapegoat and buy his CD and stay away from Kazaa....

5-0 out of 5 stars Smooth yet Grooves
First....don't listen to other so called critics who might bash this record or Scapegoat Wax in general..they are jealous. This record is amazing and its depth and diversity are the reason. From 70's tinged soulful smooth tracks like "Light of The Moon" to more hip/hop/rap tracks like "Eardrum", this record is addictive. The jazzy/pop (what i call MEATY) tracks are "Freeway" , "Space to Share" , "Perfect Silence"....The man can sing like a white Stevie Wonder(just with a smooth more deliberate voice). Marty James is amazing, and this record reflects just that. Remember, its all about what comes out of you speakers into your ears...NOTHING ELSE matters...This WILL please your ears, trust me...Just buy it!!!... ... Read more


107. Fire It Up
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best album by the KMK!
I got my copy of Fire It Up a day eariler before it`s release day today. After listening to it 3 times i have to say that not only it is the best album that the Kings have done, but also the album of the year to date. From start to finish Fire It Up is the Kottonmouth Kings at their best. It has more of a hip hop flavor to it than the previous albums, but it still comes strong with some punk rock on some tracks. One of the things that stands out to me about the album is Johnny Richter. He has gotten some flack from fans(which is unfair), but he really stepped up his game throughout the album. His flow has gotten much better and it really complements D-Loc. The standout songs on Fire It Up IMO would have to be Bring It On, Who`s The Criminal(great punk/hip hop featuring The Humble Gods), Life Styles(Great bass thumping track), and Leave Us Alone.

I also like the bonus DVD Down For Tha Krown. It`s a great look at the cult following that the Kings have builted up over the years. Plus it has some great videos not only from the Kings, but also other Suburban Noize artists like Big B, Judge D, Saint Dog(former KMK member), Phunk Junkeez, and Humble Gods.

Also i can`t forget to mention the bonus tracks toward the end, which are previews for Kings Spade(D-Loc and Johnny Richter`s project) and Daddy X`s organic soul album. Those tracks are great previews to those upcoming releases later this summer.

I highly recommend that everyone get Fire It Up. After listening to it a few time, you`ll be Down With Tha Krown.

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't wait for the years ta come
This cd is good as hell. No it's not Hidden Stash or High Society. That was the 90's and 2000 this is 04. The sound changed bigtime come Hidden Stash II and it was for the better. They are not the Beasty Boys. This CD has hard beats, that keep the subs bumpin' and some good punk riffs. If you pre-ordered you got some bonus tracks that are also good. Ricter hits the lyrics with precision, Loc seems more of a backup to Ricter now but whatever. Tracks like Bad Habits, Fire it up, Down 4 tha krown are amazing. Especially Bad Habits. The lryics have evolved alot too. The old albums were about tokin and nothin else. 420 this "I've gota lota weed that". These songs seem to be a lil bout there travels and experiences and the KMK lifestyle. IF yur a fan of Rollin' Stoned and Hidden Stash II or any of em your gona like this album.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Yet
This brand new joint iz so fukkin fresh you shouldnt hezitate 2 pik it up wit tha quikness. focusing on more of tha hip hop side of there scene and minimizing the slow acoustic stoner feel and punk rock this cd iz inkredible wit 2 bonus trakz that will leave u marking your calendar for them 2 appear on new cds. see tha bonus tracks are previews of a new gruop tha kotonmouth crew has put together "KINGSPADE" and a solo record by "DADDY X" called "stoney vibrations". wit songs like "bring it on","angry youth",and "down 4 tha krown" this cd is sure 2 keep ya system bumpin 4 weekz or monthz or until u blow your wooferz PLUS you get a special DVD that explains tha purpose of there music and contains multiple muzik videoz obviously low budget wich iz whut makez it so fresh. about 1 track from each suburban noize artist iz on the DVD if dat aint enuf 4 ya a$$ tha cd iz only $13 you cant go wrong!!!!! whut tha hell are u reading thiz long ass review 4 anyway go get it!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Kottonmouth Kings..still Smokin'
So you think rap music cant have substance and meaning?

KMK's last 2 CDs (Fire it up & Rollin Stoned) have disproved that, with a few songs on Fire it Up they are "Life Today" and "Get Up"(even though thats from Daddy X's cd)

This CD is great, with good beats, and good lyrics. One of the things I like so much about them is they dont, well somtimes do, but most of the time they dont just sit around and rap about How they have 60,000 cars and 40,000 Sq.acre household or w/e.

This CD shows a different perspective of KMK, a little bit more rockish and less rap. Also showing a little compassion? "Johnny's got a problem", this song is a lot different, trying to teach people that drugs are ok, just dont go binging everynight, like johnny. lol its kinda cheesy, like a 80s school film "johhny drinks beer" "Johnny pukes" "you dont wanna be like johnny..do you?" But its still a good song.

My favorite song on the album has to be "Bring it on" it has a good beat and some good lines "Got my own f'in song on my cellular phone", the whole "mr. writer, me. critic..." part

my Reccomendation: Good CD..go buy it..NOW!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Yet
They get better and better with each CD. Trust me FuqABitch.com/420..."Dont believe the lies, Smoke the kind...." ... Read more


108. Body Count
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4-0 out of 5 stars "Ice-T" rocks!
You've got to give "Ice-T" credit. After he became the O.G. of the rap game, he went and put together a rap-metal band. I wont say this album started any kind of movement, but it is one of the early groups of the genre. This of course had all the "Cop Killer" controversy in 1992, and the track was eventually removed. The funny thing is how hardcore alot of the other lyrics are, so I guess it's ok to kill your own mother, just not cops. Anyway, even without that track, it's still a killer album. "Ice" even tries singing on "The Winner Loses", which is a really cool, ballad type song. Overall, it's a really good album, and a real sign of the times.

5-0 out of 5 stars EVEN THOUGH ''COP KILLER'' IS MISSING, THIS STILL ROCKS!
THIS IS THE CLASSIC CD WHICH ONCE HELD THE CONTROVERSIAL ''COP KILLER''. BUT, JUST MONTHS AFTER ITS RELEASE, ''COP KILLER'' WAS PULLED OFF THE ALBUM, AND THAT TRACK WAS REPLACED WITH A ROCK REMIX OF ''FREEDOM OF SPEECH''. NONETHELESS, THIS IS STILL A GREAT HEAVY METAL CD. SURE, THE LYRICS DON'T LOOK LIKE ANYTHING SPECIAL, BUT IF YOU LISTEN TO IT, YOU'LL WANNA BOP YO HEAD ALL DAY. THE BEST SONGS ON THE ALBUM ARE ''KKK B*TCH'', A SONG THAT ATTEMPTS TO SAY THAT INTERRACIAL RELATIONSHIPS ARE NOT A BAD THING. ''EVIL D*CK'', A SONG ABOUT SEX. ''BODY COUNT'S IN THE HOUSE'', ALTHOUGH THIS SONG REALLY DOESN'T HAVE TOO MUCH LYRICS TO IT, IT JUST ROCKS. AND THE SONG THAT WAS PULLED OFF THIS ALBUM, ''COP KILLER'', AGAIN, EVEN THOUGH THERE ISN'T MUCH TO THE LYRICS, THE SONG REALLY ROCKS AND IT HAS A SERIOUS MESSAGE ABOUT CROOKED COPS. THIS IS AN EXCELLENT ALBUM. VERY FEW OTHER BLACK BANDS HAVE THE IMPACT THAT THIS BAND HAS. OH, AND KEEP IN MIND THAT THE FRONTMAN FOR THIS BAND IS ICE-T. THIS ALBUM IS GREAT, BUT, THE UNCUT VERSION THAT HAS ''COP KILLER'' IS A RARE, MUST-HAVE ALBUM. EITHER VERSION OF THIS ALBUM IS PERFECT, BUT, THE VERSION THAT HAS ''COP KILLER'' IS THE BEST VERSION. A TRUE CLASSIC. FOLLOWED BY BORN DEAD.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Very Fine CD
I don't really know if Body Count are well-known out there in the US, but I just know one thing: they're good. Way before Limp Bizkit and Linkin Park mixed rap with rock (well, a little while after Run DMC with Aerosmith's "Walk This Way"), they did the same thing, and sometimes even better, if you ask me. Ice-T was "in front of his time"...
What you'll find here is rap-like lyrics with, instead of rap beats, guitars, basses and drums. And it works.
My favorite songs in here are "KKK B****", "Smoked Pork", "Voodoo", "The Winner Loses" and "Body Count".
What's bad about this CD is that many of its lyrics are dumb and some songs don't quite work. If it wasn't for that, it would surely be a 5-star. Actually, I'd give this CD a 3.5 star, but since they were one of the first to mix rock with rap, I think they do deserve 4 stars. If you like Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park and other rap/rock bands out there, you should really listen to this. If you don't like, you should too. Peace out!

4-0 out of 5 stars the o.g. does another original
what do limp bizkit, crazytown, kid rock, linkin park, and every other rap rock band have in common? answer: they wouldn't have been here had not the infamous ice t formed Body Count, the original, THE original, not ONE of but THE original rap metal bands. this album is off the hook, we all know the story with the cop killa track, but aside from that public garbage this album is pretty solid. the riffs are crazy, they show that true musicianship has no skin color, and that lyrics mean everything. i respect ice t a lot because he knows how to stir controversy but at the same time, he knows how to grab your attention with things that actually happen and things that matter. body count has a very rugged and rough sound. the album sounds like something one of my metalhead buddies recorded in gawd knows where. this album captures the straight up raw emotion the band was trying to capture, it left nothing to computers and remastering. it's grimey and raw. my only problem with the album is that at some instances, this album sounds like it tries too desperately to appeal to metal heads. purist and orthodox metalheads would have a problem with this album, but that's not to say this album is anything short of hard and heavy. it kind of sits on the tip of a mountain as far as should you buy it, you have to play in many factors. are you a purist metalhead? a rapper? do you favor music over lyrics? lyrics over music? this album makes it hard for me to judge because it's so crazy. it's insanely dark, it's insanely antipolitical, it's crazy.

4-0 out of 5 stars Body Count
To my finely tuned ears, this album of rap/metal by Ice-T and his cohorts is no less credible than the majority of product issued by most posers today. While the playing is rudimentary at best, Body Count gets extra points for understanding that rock n roll is truly Black music. The prime influence here is the heavy, thundering riffage of Black Sabbath, the dark, cartoonish antics of Slayer and the horrorcore rap that Ice himself had been perfecting since his 1987 debut "Rhyme Pays". Since rock music has always been for and about sex, my favorite moment on this joyous LP is when the band simulates violent intercourse on the thrashing breakdown of "Evil Dick", heavy metal has always sounded like sex to me so it's fitting that a band finally treats it's music like the act itself; brilliant! While the whole "Cop Killer" controversy has long since faded (thankfully) all that's left is the music and it still stands as quite entertaining and enjoyable. A Near Classic. ... Read more


109. Results May Vary (Bonus DVD)
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5-0 out of 5 stars A New Begining
Reviews of this album have been either extremely good or extremely bad. But I don't think people are looking at this the right way. The band that put this album out is not the same Limp Bizkit that released 3 Dollar Bill Ya'll, Significant Other, and Chocolate Starfish ATHDFW. Wes Borland is gone now, and Mike Smith is in his place. People can't hold this album to the standards of their last ones. Each album in succession was different, a learning experience, with new elements and unique sounds. Limp Bizkit grew and changed with each new release. I think the best way to look at Results May Vary is as a first album. If you look at the style they had in 3 Dollar Bill, then Chocolate Starfish, you can easily see it's very different. Limp Bizkit will hopefully get passed the growing pains they had with Wes leaving, and grow from here. There are songs on this album worthy of the name Limp Bizkit: Re-Entry, Eat You Alive, Gimme The Mic, Almost Over, The Only One, Lonely World, Phenomenon, Creamer, and Head For The Barricade are all good indications that they can still rock. Most of the other songs sound like they are trying to go with a style more mellow like Staind, which hopefully after seeing feedback from the fans they will steer clear of next time. Amidst all this, if you look around, other songs that are appearing with this album: Crack Addict, Shot, Just Drop Dead, Armpit, and Let It Go (A bonus track on import versions of Results May Vary, obviously about Wes Borland), are also indications that Limp Bizkit is still the alive and well, just hopefully going through a rough time that will be over soon...

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1-0 out of 5 stars Some of the dumbest reviewers can be found here
I shouldn't even have to go into how pathetic of an album this really is. It makes "Significant Other" look inspired by comparison. I really just wanted to display my frustration (and yet amusement) with some of the people on here. I remember going to write a review for Guns N' Roses' "Appetite for Destruction" quite a while back and found a mindless fool of a reviewer on there bashing these guys not only for being old (late 80's isn't really that old) and not an TRL suck-up band, but also for having annoying guitar solos. He calls himself Fred Durt's Nummba One Fan.......hahahahahaha; to think this band actually has fans! Well, I can definitely see why he likes other such losers as Linkin Park, Good Charlotte, and Clay Aitken! Dude, guitar solos truely enhance a rock band and display talent.....don't ever write a review about a great band that actually solos and say something that pathetic ever again! Secondly, rap, in all forms, SUCKS!! Anything to do with rap sucks, and I will eagerly await the demise of the rap/rock hybrid wave. I know everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but go to GNR's A.F.D. review section on Amazon and check out his review....you'll see why I'm annoyed (hell, check out this clown's other reviews). Also, there are people who are basically the complete opposite. They believe that pure heavy metal is the only form of real music and are out to preach to the world which bands are and are not metal/"true music". One such reviewer here is Ryan J McLarney. This guy assumes that his collection of real heavy metal bands is superior to all other forms of music, and that anything played on the radio is for sissies. Now, to his credit, I will admit that there isn't a lot on the radio nowadays to go nuts over, and a good amount of the bands he listed are pretty damn heavy and potent (killswitch engage being my favorite, especially the "Alive or Just Breathing" album). However, just because it isn't heavy metal, doesn't mean it isn't good! Get it through your shallow little head and open up your mind to other types of rock that are out there for once! (oh, and just for the record, Pantera and Biohazard ARE heavy metal you moron; you're no better at calling out what's not true metal than that guy Jake that you're bashing! get a clue!). Godsmack and Disturbed (especially "Believe) ARE great rock alternatives when you don't want to listen to someone screaming nonsense in your ear or playing at 1000 miles/hour. It's a shame you dismiss these bands just because they recieve radio play. SO F***ING WHAT if it's not metal? Other good rock and/or metal bands that you'll probably dismiss include System of a Down, Tool, A Perfect Circle, Damageplan, Nirvana, Red Hot Chilli Peppers (kinda funky-stlye group, but I still like em), AC/DC, Whitesnake, Led Zeppelin, Soulfly, Iron Maiden (who Jake mentioned in his review and you completely ignored), and Guns N' Roses (who I mentioned earlier) simply because none of those bands (except maybe Soulfly) are all that "heavy" or pure metal. Well, I've said what I wanted to say; next time you people want to bash a style of music or a particular band, make sure your ego doesn't get in the way (I'll let you guys figure that one out). And, if I didn't mention this before, Limp Bizkit needs to realize that the rap/rock hybrid is on its way out!

4-0 out of 5 stars Better than Chocolate Starfish
The album is good for Fred trying to stop rapping, cuz he has a decent voice when he sings but this album does not beat Significant Other(Which is when i and almost everyone got into them). But for the guy who said behind blue eyes was a bad song and that the lyrics were about fred having a bad life, dumb a** that is a cover of a song by the Who...go sit in the corner

1-0 out of 5 stars THIS IS JUS AWFUL
omg this cd is just plain awful fed durst acts like h wants u to hate him-eww stay away from this terrible cd-haha the cd is as bad as its cover i guess u cn judge a book by its cover--nice work fred NOT!

1-0 out of 5 stars SUCKS
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110. Project 86
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5-0 out of 5 stars Very Real and Deep!
Well what can I say this album is so freakin awsome, well so is the new one for that matter. This first release by the Project shows you all the talent that got them the deal with "Atlantic." With deep and thought provoking lyrics that provide the listener with a spiritual uplift they bring the rap-metal scene to a whole new level. With tracks like "Pipe Dream" they tell you to choose side "Dark or Light" "God or The Devil" saying you can't stay in the middle. If you are tired of the same old music telling you to "Break Stuff" and want something meaningfull then this CD is one you should not pass up.

5-0 out of 5 stars best so-called christian band out there
i never really liked christian bands until i bought project 86's first cd.in my personel opinion, they are better than the likes of rage, limp,or even korn.and as far as there lyrics go,those other bands don't even come close.i've never heard a band of such high quality musically,and that has challenged me spiritually except for project.p.o.d. is a far second.if you're looking for a cd that is as good if not much better than limp or korn and that might help you in your relationship with God,project 86 is the best one out there.by the way i bought there new cd about 2 weeks ago and it's even better than the first one.all i can say is watch out main stream.

4-0 out of 5 stars VERY BASIC. A MINOR DRAWING BLACK LINES
This album is very basic but i love Project 86, as one of the best christian metal bands. This is their first cd, and as with most first cds (not all), they lack. This album lacks the sound and musical talent as heard in Drawing Black Lines. But i like this cd, as its a P-86 cd, with such songs as: "Spill Me" and "Pipe Dreams." I reccomend this cd to any P-86 fans that don't have it or anyone who wants to get into this album. And i highly reccomend the album after this, Drawing Black Lines.

4-0 out of 5 stars You have to start somewere
This is not as good as dbl but as you know this was the first cd. Compared to dbl and th, its not as good, but Compared to a first time cd, its pretty good.You have to start somewere. The problem whith this cd is that its nothing but pure rap-core when you have this most of the songs sound the same. But Irecommend you get thsd cd later just to see how the band started. I do though like the song Pipe dream very much.

5-0 out of 5 stars One word...Wow
For those seriously shopping for a new CD and are considering this one, ignore all the other reviews that keep saying "this CD rocks! Buy it!" While I agree, remember that no matter how many comparisons Project gets to P.O.D., they are not P.O.D. If you're looking for a more melodic sound, stick with P.O.D. or some of Project's later releases.
As for this CD, expect only two things. Hard, driving guitar chords with a driving beat, and lyrics that are best described as poetic. This is one of those few CD's where I can sit down and read the lyrics and get as much out of them as listening to the music.
This CD really shows Andrew Schwab's intentions when writing a song. Not to make you sing along or tap your foot, but to make you think. Sometimes he does this job all too perfect. I often find that the words of this CD get stuck in my head more than the music itself.
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111. Holiday Man
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3-0 out of 5 stars ok
The Flys have got a lot of talent and i bought this cd for "got you (where i want you" and "she's so huge." i have come to like "gods of basketball" and "give u my car" but the other songs are pretty cheesy

5-0 out of 5 stars This music is like nothing else I've ever heard...it's great
I highly recommend this cd to people who love action. This invigorating sound that the Flys produce is excellent for listening to while playing sports. The sound is unique and I'm sure these guys will be going places.

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible
This the worst cd i ever bought. Track 2 is a good song but the rest of the cd is just horrible. This band is just a 1 hit wonder and expect nothing more.

5-0 out of 5 stars Even better live
this album is great. adam's vocals are awesome. i especially love track 5, "holiday man", with its harder edge. i have to say, "the gods of basketball" is way better live, gotta love that intro riff. this band goes way beyond "got you," the pop radio smash hit, and i really wish i could find 25 cents, i hear it's an great album.

3-0 out of 5 stars Holiday Man gives mixed signals.
All of us I could listen to "Got You" tirelessly... But I've never seen a band so erratic. The other songs on the album are hardly worth mentioning, and the pop-track "Got You" is only a glimmer of The Flys' awesome potential. I don't think "Holiday Man" is their best effort. ... Read more


112. WCW Mayhem
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These days entertainment is all about synergy and cross-merchandising baby, from the "free" toys at the burger joint to the pay-per-view rights, soundtrack CD, T-shirt sales, and cereal endorsements, et al. The wrestling establishment has become increasingly savvy at such activity, and this CD would seem to be the culmination of this marketing ethos. WCW Mayhem brings together new and exclusive tracks from some of the hottest hip-hop (Cypress Hill, Lyrical Giants), metal (Metallica, Slayer), and hip-hop-metal acts (Kid Rock, ICP) as well as the entrance themes for the hottest WCW superstars (from Goldberg to the Nitro Girls). Does it deliver? Hell yeah; this disc is as rowdy and entertaining, boastful and testosterone-fueled as the sport that it celebrates. --Mike McGonigal ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A bottom line WCW Mayhem Review!
Right now I'm listening to this CD and I'm I about the only person that likes the thing. I mean you really don't need full themes to have the ultimate soundtrack CD. I like everything about the album, you've got music that makes you get pumped up, music that makes you think, just cool and great music from Metallica to Megadeth plus all of the best wrestling themes. Come on folks you've got Sting's old and new themes, Goldberg's theme, Wolfpac, Buff Bagwell, Hulk Hogan, Konnan, West Texas Rednecks (that song is hilarious), Macho Man, DDP, the Nitro theme, even the Nitro Girls have a song. What More can you want! Personally the thing about the cuts, I really don't care if the songs are cut, if you are having a great time listening to the music you can't really notice them. My opinion is that you have some of the hardest, fastest, best music in wrestling, you've got rap, metal, heavy metal, and a little bit of country. This has it all! My personal favorite is track 18 "Pay Per View" by the Ruff Ryders featuring Drag-On, Jadakiss, Eve, and Styles. I can't believe some of you people can't just think about all of the hard work Tommy Boy Music put into this. Think before speaking.

4-0 out of 5 stars WCW's first strike
Hey yo, "WCW Mayhem The Music" is the first soundtrack CD of WCW (in case you didn't know). It features artists like the "Insane Clown Posse", "Slayer", "Metallica", "Megadeth", "Kid Rock", "Cypress Hill" and many more as well as different wrestler themes. Now, why don't I give it five stars? Well, the reason is simple, the only part missing are full length wrestler themes. Almost all the themes are cut short to one minute (hey, WCW, I would have liked to have the whole Hulk Hogan or DDP theme on the CD). There are some full length themes like Sting's "Seek and Destroy", PG-13's "Take It" or Terry Funk's "Fist Full". Anyway, I recommend this CD for every WCW fan out there. So, let's hope that the next WCW soundtrack CD will have more full length themes on it (one of my personal favourites, "Sid Vicious"). C-Ya all at the next WCW event.

2-0 out of 5 stars poorly produced
This cd just doesnt sound good which means it was poorly produced. Any 1999 cd should have better sound quality. Like the other reviewers stated,i too found it dissapointing that the wrestlers theme songs were approximately 1 minute long each.Gotta hit the repeat button to enjoy them a little longer. They could have been longer and the cd could have done without the irrelevant remarks made here and there by the commentators. Curiously too,where is the NWO's music?

2-0 out of 5 stars Announcers talking during the music?! WTF?!
Not a good cd at all. First off there are only a few good songs West Texas Rednecks,Buff Bagwell and Hogan's American Made. Second, Bobby Heenan and Tony Jabronie talk during the songs so you can't really hear the music. And third, most of the remixes suck. If you want real entrance music bet ECW Extreme Music Vol. 1, ECW Anarchy Rocks and WWE Anthology. Save your money because WCW is as dead as most of these songs.

4-0 out of 5 stars WCW mayhem
Being someone that has heard it, you will love it, from hearing DDP's song to hearing Wolfpac to hearing Curt Henning's "Rap is crap"
It is one that you cannot deny. ... Read more


113. Attack of the Killer B's
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5-0 out of 5 stars this was their last good album
anthrax's last good album with one of my favorite covers milk by s.o.d i think joey equaled if not sounded better than billy milano on it i am a very big m.o.d/s.o.d fan but this cover was a masterpeice. get this it was their lastgood album get from fistfull of metal (with neil turbin on it)to this album after this they sucked a reviewer said this was their last effort before they matured, my butt thrax ruled and was real metal after this it was like industrial poser crap john bush belongs in armored saint protest for danny and joey to come back
p.s God Bless death to false metal

5-0 out of 5 stars Essential collection of high-quality rarities
Anthrax with Joe Belladonna were a thrash band that managed to mix the funny with the serious perfectly. This record is compilation of rare B-sides from singles, EPs and other releases of that type. It may serve as a perfect introduction to Anthrax, because it has everything that band was famous for.

You have documented live performances in "Keep it in the Family" and "Belly of the Beast", tat show Anthrax at theur heaviest.
You have innovative unique Anthrax rap-metal blends in "I'm a Man" (released back in 1987) and the Public Enemy song "Bring the Noise", that's performed together with PE members.
You have tribute to their side-project S.O.D. in "Milk" (the song that started the blast-beat) and "Chromatic Death".
You have excellent covers of earlier punk-bands songs "Protest and Survive" and "Sects"
And finally, you have Anthrax's own hillarious tracks-for-fun in "Startin' up a Posse" and "Dallabnikufesin".

All in all, this records proves to be a great listen, and very varied, too. It steps far beyond your typical thrash-metal style. I won't even mention this line-up's highest proficiency with their instruments, it's a well-known fact. This CD will appeal to anyone with even just a mild interest in thrash or classic metal, and is a good purchase.

4-0 out of 5 stars May The Attack Be Brutal!
Here is a collection of hard-to-find covers, new tracks and live stompers to brighten the black heart of any Joey Belladonna era Anthrax fan. Unfortunately, problems with Belladonna and with their record company came to a head during the promotion for this release. Tragically, Belladonna was fired, and Anthrax departed Island Records. Thus ended a classic era for speed metal. However, ATTACK gives us a clear picture of Anthrax's strengths and weaknesses; where they had been and their future directions.

MILK (ODE TO BILLY) - We begin proceedings with a cover song of Scott Ian and Charlie Benante's side project, S.O.D. A head banging ode to breakfast time, this tune turned me on to S.O.D, and I've being afflicted ever since. LOL! Joey Belladonna does a stellar job on vocals . . . but doesn't he always?!

BRING THE NOISE - The groundbreaking team up of Anthrax and Public Enemy on an updated PE classic. It also sewed the seeds of discontent in the mind of lead singer Joey Belladonna and caused him to be ousted not long after this album's release.

KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY (LIVE) - Live headcruncher from the `Persistence Of Time' tour in Birmingham, England.It shows that Anthrax was getting more into the serious subjects than before. Something that would increase with the substitution of Belladonna with ex- Armoured Saint frontman John Bush.

STARTIN' UP A POSSE - A comment of Tipper Gore and the whole censorship debacle. The `Wild West' theme is sprinkled throughout the track, with the `Bonanza' theme thrown in for good measure. With Scott Ian on lead vocals, never has Anthrax been so cutting. "And this ain't sexist, neither!" This is pure, in -your-face stuff.

PROTEST AND SURVIVE - Stomping cover version of a track by Discharge.

CHROMATIC DEATH - Another S.O.D. ode, guaranteed to cause permanent whiplash. Short, sharp and brutal.

I'M THE MAN '91 - An updating of their innovative rap metal hybrid song, `I'm The Man'. Spends the first part of the track telling us how innovative they were in the first place and putting down other rap/metal contenders. Not as good the second time round . . .I get my kicks with the original.

PARASITE - Energetic reading of early Kiss/Ace Frehley effort. Anthrax and Kiss were always intertwined having toured together, and Anthrax also covering two `early period' Kiss tunes, `Love Her All I Can' and `She'.

PIPELINE - Can you bang your head and surf the finest waves at the same time? Anthrax sure as hell tried, with this instrumental surf classic.

SECTS - A cover of the band Trust, who also inspired Anthrax to cover their ANTI-SOCIAL for their `State Of Euphoria' album.

BELLY OF THE BEAST (LIVE) - Pitch black and menacing killer song from the `Persistence Of Time' tour, recorded in Birmingham, England.

N.F.B (DALLABNIKUFESIN) - A hilarious kick to the head for all those faux-metal bands who persisted in dishing up `power ballads'. The scary thing is that Joey's voice suits that style to a tee. Wait for the track's payoff, it `kills' me every time
(sorry about that!).Oh, and for those 'not in the know', read the title backwards!Got that?

5-0 out of 5 stars My first Anthrax album.
I remember when my older brother gave this to me exatly 10 years after it's release date. I was 15 at the time, still listening to limp bizkit, guns n'roses and other mtv stuff. But when I saw the album at first, I had recognized this band making a cameo appearenc in the hit comedy show Maried With Children back in 1992, and I knew that this was a new step for me. Once I heard this album I coudn't stop listenig to it.
I then heard "I'm the man '91", and if any of you are jewish you know which song this sounds like and it really cracked me up. Startin' Up A Posse was a song I used to skip at first because it was really bizare, but after some time I really liked it. Keep it in the Family and Belly of the Beast are two live tracks taken from Persistence of Time recorded in Birmingham, England(it's no wonder the pictures in the album have that clock from Persistence of Time in the backround). Milk and Cromatic death are a re-do of what SOD(side project of Anthrax, Nuclear Assault and a local skinhead vocalist) released back in 1985(more like covering their own songs). Other songs were taken from a rare EP released only in Euroupe in 1989. NFB is an acoustic love song that I almost never listen to, but the crying in the end is real.
At the time I didn't know jack about Anthrax. Only a year after I got this album I saw "I'm The Man", and saw that it sounded different and came out in 1987, and "Only" on mtv superock,beleive it or not, and I'll never see it again. Then I saw behind the music on vh1, being so surprised, learning a lot about them, plus surfing their web sites for a long time.
Oh, and did I forget to mention that "Bring the Noise" is a rap/metal song with Chuk D? Nice.
Anyway, after this album Anthrax have never been the same.

5-0 out of 5 stars Startin' Up A Posse
Opinion was often divided on Anthrax, even in their heyday. Many a serious metal fan could not take the band seriously - Their crimes against metaldom? They wore surf shorts. They recorded a rap song. They were friends with punks. And perhaps most shockingly, they had a sense of humour. How's a serious grim looking metal head supposed to stay serious and grim when a band is having fun making music? It just isn't cricket.

I say forget that! Anthrax were metal through and through. All you have to do is listen. Close your eyes and the surf shorts disappear. They recorded a grand total of two rap tracks, and they'd be some of the heaviest rap songs you'll ever hear. Much of the punk fixation was played out in SOD. The sense of fun is inescapable though. Nowhere is it more evident than on this EP.

A 44-minute romp through punk covers, live tracks and comedy take-offs, for thrash fans this is the most fun on record this side of Lawnmower Deth. It kicks off with a romp through SOD's inherently silly but heavy ode to breakfast cereal "Milk".

Thrash did not get much heavier than Anthrax live, and "Keep It In The Family" and "Belly Of The Beast" are utterly crushed into submission by Scott Ian's rhythm guitar. The live tracks also show off Joey Belladonna's undoubted vocal talents. The covers of Discharge's "Protest And Survive" and Trust's "Sects" are also ... stunners, showing off 'Thrax's hardcore side.

Two highlights of the album are the tongue in cheek takes of the delightful country and western flavoured "Startin' Up A Posse" and the faux-emo power ballad "N.F.B. (Dallabnikufesin)". Scott Ian took over vocals for "...Posse", spitting out possibly the angriest lyrics Anthrax had recorded to that point. The country verses and hardcore choruses - compete with "Bonanza" refrains - has to be heard to be believed. The "swearing for swearing's sake" lyrics are utterly childish, and a lot of fun....

The infamous "I'm The Man" gets an unnecessary remix, pretty much messing up all that was good about it. "Bring The Noise" is infinitely better as a rap/metal collaboration.

This album was a welcome addition to many a fan's collection, because it brought together the fun (most of the album) and the hard-to-find (the three cover tracks from Penikufesin). Although we weren't to know it at the time, Anthrax were having internal problems and label trouble at around this time. Joey Belladonna left the band soon after this release. ... This was the beginnings of Anthrax cleaning out their closet in preparation for the more mature sound they developed in the later 1990s. Spring-cleaning was never so much fun. ... Read more


114. Supermercado
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The debut release from New York cult band The 2 Skinnee J's is a fun and intelligent mixture of hip-hop, rock, funk and pop culture. Altough evocative at times of other rap-rock fusion groups, the J's are an entity all their own, dishing super-heroes on "Ball-Point Man" and delivering a full-throated geek call-to-arms on "Riot Nrrd". Long-time fans will love the new and improved recordings of "The Best," "Champion" and their tribute to Brooklyn living, 718," as well as the appearance of concert standards like "Pluto" and "The Good, The Bad & The Skinnee". Lyrically, frontmen J Guevera and Special J drop more sly and often obscure references than an episode of The Simpsons. If your idea of a good time includes rhymes about Old Jedi mind tricks, Bhoutros Bhoutros Gahli, and Shazam! layered on top of loud drums and wah-wah guitars, these are the J's you're looking for. --Andrew Boscardin ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Review To End All Reviews...
Alright, very honestly, before I bought this CD all I ever heard of the 2SJ crew, was whatever I could remember from "Riot Nrrd" which came out a few years ago. A friend of mine kept raving about them, so I decided to go out on a limb and make the purchase. Surprised was I as I listened to the addicting grooves and pure energy released by these cats. Totally unreal, it was something like I hadn't ever really heard before. Their lyrics go from smart and silly, to funny and witty, and back again. They blend humor with just the right overabundance of skillz to make an incredible album. Some of my personal favorite tracks to check out are #6 "The Whammy", #10 "Riot Nrrd", #9 "The Good, The Bad, & The Skinnee", and gosh, like everything else too! If you expect them to be like Rage, they're not. 311, is arguable (i'm not a big 311 fan myself). Beastie Boys, yeah you're getting a little closer. 2SJ are in a league of their own. But trust me when I say that this album was worth more than its weight in gold, pie, and waffles.

5-0 out of 5 stars 2 Skinnee J's are the best!
This cd is seriously the best ever. I saw them in concert with Sugar Ray and Everlast in February and they've been my favorite band ever since I bought the cd. This album is so compelling I've been looking everywhere for their earlier cd's but can't find them. With a pretty goofy image but seriousness in their music, (with the possible exception of Pluto, where the refrain is Pluto is a Planet) this band mixes a little bit of humour, a little bit of hip-hop, a little bit of rock, and a lot of good music to create my favorite cd of the last three years. I recommend anyone to buy this cd and please do I want this band to become famous. -from Schlock81

5-0 out of 5 stars By far the best Skinne album.
This is by far the best Skinnee album. This is the one that made me fall in love with the J's.
I feel their newer albums got away from the original Skinnee that made the crowd jump and never want to leave a live show.
This album and the way it mixes the rock and rap will stay in my CD rotation forever.

5-0 out of 5 stars Ain't nobody does it better, here's the proof!
well, here goes AGAIN since i believe my last review was censored due to some nasty little descriptions of record execs..ah-hem. anyways......

This album brought the life back into my music collection at a time when very little good was coming out of the record industry. Back in '98 all we had was irritating boy bands, annoying pop barbie dolls and grunge band rip-offs. It was miserable for anyone with taste who happened to be older than 16 and younger than 40. 2 Skinnee J's filled that void for me, and thensome. When i picked up the album, i had actually been looking for a couple of tunes i'd previously heard in my college years: BBQ and Irresistible Force (for the Star Wars fan in all of us). What I found was much more of the same wonderful music I was looking for. It would be almost insulting to try and squeeze their unique type of music into one genre - they are a blend of a bunch of styles (rock, funk, hip-hop, etc etc...) and each song has it's own flavor. As a added bonus, not only are 2 Skinnee j's extrememly talented musicians (comedians??) but they do an INCREDIBLE live show! Unfortunately they broke up very recently (hey hey 718!), but with enough support maybe we can get this underground success back together again! In the meantime, i suggest you take a listen to Supermercado, their first full-length label release, as well as the most fun, popular and diverse of all their albums. I adore this band!

5-0 out of 5 stars This is what Skinnee is all about.
This album is absolutely unbelievable. The lyrics are incredibly well-crafted, it is a thing of beauty for sure. The only song for the J's that even earned them remote popularity is Riot Nrrrd, which really could serve as the anthem for the CD and the band if The Good, The Bad, and The Skinnee wasn't there to put all other songs in their place. There is simply not a bad song on this CD. Buy it, listen to it, look up the lyrics in Webster's, then know why they are the best lyricists on the planet. ... Read more


115. Hidden Stash, Vol. 2 : The Kream of the Krop
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The Kottonmouth Kings' output--five albums in five years--is enough to make you question their status as ganja-happy slackers. Where 2000's High Society covered their love for the weed from every angle, Hidden Stash, Vol. 2 gives us a Kings eager to self-mythologize their staying power and roots ("Welcome to the Suburbs" attempts a "Straight Outta Compton" for Orange County) while acknowledging a lack of new things to say about pot.

To be sure, this is still the same hip-hop-hardcore-reggae outfit that once snagged High Times' Band of the Year award. But on Hidden Stash, Vol. 2, the Kings seem more committed to their general outsider ethos than ever, with grass just the biggest staple in their diet. Still, those seeking green-thumb anthems won't be disappointed by "All About the Weed," "Grow Room Jam," and the pulsing "Family Trees." However, all but the terminally baked will question the wisdom of a Kottonmouth rewrite of the Geto Boys' rap-noir classic, "Mind Playing Tricks on Me." --Rickey Wright ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars ITS DA GROW ROOM JAM........JAM YA'LL
This album is [great]. I really only skip over the 2 punk trax cuz im not a punk fan, but other than that I love this cd. My two favorite trax are "New Destinations" and the Ghetto Boys remake "My Mind Is Playin Tricks On Me". If u a KMK fan u gotta get this. And if u are a fan of ICP, Twiztid, Beatie Boys, or underground old school hip hop, u need to check out dese stoners. I can't wait to see these dudes in concert next month.

5-0 out of 5 stars Taking it to a new level
KMK came out with Royal Highness and blew every stoners mind with their blend of funk, punk, rap, reggae and whatever other music they felt would better the album. High society took that to a higher level and blew KMK fans away once again. With Hidden Stash 2 out, The Stoner crew have proven themselves to everyone, once again taking their own sound to a newer level. Even though Saint Dog left, Johnny Richter more than fills in his shoes, he creates his own line of running shoes, sandles and flip flops. Each song blends wonderfully with the next song and keeps you wishing it was a double CD with twice as many dope tracks. Once again KMK never ceases to amaze their fans and disprove thier detractors.

5-0 out of 5 stars kmk rock my world
I love the kmk. i was 13 when i first heard them and i've been hooked ever since.LThis was the first cd i ever heard and i think the best. they are so good in concert i am about to see them again on aug 16 and cant wait. another great plus to liking the kmk is all the cute guys that like them too. great plus!!well to all the kmk fans peace not greed!

5-0 out of 5 stars Kalled Kream of the Krop for a REASON!
I am a hardcore KMK fan. They are so awesome both live in concert and on your system. This cd incorporates some new beats and style while still containing their old skool essence that most fans enjoy. Few bands can retain their style without venturing into experimental stages and leaving their original roots behind (e.i. KoRn). There is no other band close to KMK and their originality on this album shows. Still fighting for a cause to legalize marijuana, a noble cause. However when I got this album it rocks. Its combines several different types of music well and as always, most tracks are great to listen to. KMK is all about POSITIVITY which I really respect and their music reflects this. The celebration of life and positivity is a great tool that inspires listeners and promotes their message with a great medium of awesome beats! Buy this album, it rocks - I think I listened to this album for like 1 month straight in my car's system. Definately worth the money!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best KmK album
My friend bought Hidden Stash 2, i wasent a big fan of kottonmouth kings, i used to have Royal Highness but was only able to find 2-3 songs i liked, and they died down on me quickly.
So my friend got Hidden Stash 2 and played "All About The Weed" and it was awesome. So i asked to borrow the album and i was amazed on how good it really is, wire to wire, just awesome.

Killa Kali-10/10 Great track, Judge is awesome and the flow and lyrics are greatness
Welcome to the suburbs-10/10 Great Chorus, great flows and good beats.
Tell Me Why?-5/10 one of the weaker songs on the album, but tolerable
Dyin Daze-8/10 Very fun song, and the beats go well with their flows and the punk rock parts are fun
Life rolls on-9/10, good melody, good chorus, good flows, definetly a must hear on the album
Paid Vacation-6/10 not to high on this song, but i ussually dont skip it when im listening to the album.
Things I Do-10/10 funny song, and music on the chorus is fun as hell and Richtor is awesome.
Bi-Polar-3/10 Definetly not feeling this song, this is one i skip most of the time
New Destinations-11/10 very trippy song, great melody, good beats, good flow, really has it all.
All About The Weed-10/10 song that got me curious about the album, so i love it and great flow and good chorus.
Family Tree-7/10 pretty good song, but i seem to always find myself forgetting about it, but good song.
On The Run-11/10 Maybe my favorite on the album, i love the reggae and the melody,chorus, and flows, top notch track, i just love it.
Mind Playing Tricks on me-9/10 cover song, nice job, like the lyrics kottonmouth threw in there.
Grow Room Jam-10/10 Just great, not really a song but caught my attention, very funny.

anyway, 5 stars, get this album ... Read more


116. Trik Turner
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Trik Turner isn't rap-rock or nu metal, though they incorporate elements of both genres into their major-label debut. At times, the Phoenix sextet is more akin to alt-rockers Everlast, especially on "Sacrifice" and "Friends & Family." On the latter, TT flesh out soulful, acoustic-influenced hip-hop with a lovely string arrangement. From the hip, midtempo rhythmic rock of "Existence," Trik Turner create a familiar sound that's nevertheless slightly distinct from their Creed- and Korn-spawned brethren. Like Papa Roach, family life is explored in the aggro but dynamic "Father," while rap-ghetto stylings render Ace Frehley's "New York Groove" nearly unrecognizable. The latter part of the album is more rap leaning, with "Black Sheep" and "Triks of the Trade" standing out. If Trik Turner covers a lot of the ground between the rap and rock worlds, they do so with style, substance, and a signature sound. --Katherine Turman ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Don't Waste Your Money...
I bought this boring album after hearing "Friend & Family", which I thought, and still think, is a beautiful song. That's their only beautiful, or even good, for that matter, song. The rest of the songs are either too cocky, repeatitive, have too much rap, have stupid lyrics, show bad musicianship, or just sound too unoriginal to enjoy. Skip this CD, and for that matter, skip all raprock albums in which rap is dominant over rock...except for Transplants. Want some good raprock? Check out Linkin Park, P.O.D., or Papa Roach.

5-0 out of 5 stars Rockers and Hip-Hopers
This is awesome work. Trik really put out some quality stuff with this. this music is a little of everything from the soft rock "friends and family" , "Im not like you" " to the rap/metal songs "new york groove" , "let it rip" and "ish". Every song on this album is great.....great for bumping in the car. Best song: New York Groove.

5-0 out of 5 stars Idiots...
People should definitely do more investigating before buying an album. Friends and Family is definitely NOT the only good song on here. I've had this CD for years, and still love it. Rap rock is something not too tolerable for me anymore, but this album has creative beats, interesting lyrics and a fair dose of guitars. Every track kicks ass. This comes from a fan of metal, not hip hop. I usually listen to stuff like Emperor and Type O Negative.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not for rockers ..
why do i say this , cause hip hop lovers would understand and appreciate this more . This is smooth and ive read the lyrics , they are pretty decent . This band is ''just'', its not over done , too loud its just smooth and good .

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT cd, blew away my expectations
Trik Turner is the first band that convinced me to buy their cd because of their live show. I had only heard Friends And Family on the radio, and I didn't like it (I'm more of a fan of heavier stuff). So I pushed them back into my brain as another crappy wanna be rap band.

THEN I saw them at HFStival in Washington DC, and they blew me away. They have lots of high energy songs, great heavy stuff, and since I got the cd, i've even started liking Friends and Family. Give these guys a shot, and if they're ever touring around your area, check them out! ... Read more


117. Fear of a Wack Planet
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3-0 out of 5 stars a so so album
After listening to injected i thought this would be a good album. I was disapointed to hear that they have calmed down there flow with mellow pop. Songs like paranoid, party people, and million rappers are the best songs on this cd. If you are starting to get into the phunk junkeez get injected first then get this cd.

2-0 out of 5 stars PJ's struggle with 3rd output
The Phunk Junkeez have always been known for great music, and very energetic shows. I have seen them several times and they are still a great band, but this album was a big disappointment. The PJ's hard to find self titled debut is nothing short of a masterpiece, if a copy is ever available, snatch it up! This album fails to bring any notable songs, as it is a bit slower with an obvious void left by K-Tel. The one bright spot is the short but sweet song "Deadbeat".

5-0 out of 5 stars highly anticipated album that satisfies
awesome album if you like the junkeez. slow songs still aren't their bag but the pumped ones more than make up for it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Phunk Junkeez: Tearin' up a Wack Planet!
I had tha oportunity ta see these guys live in Columbus OH with ICP and Tha Kottonmouth Kings and ta say tha least...these guys were tha s***! I had ta get tha cd and it bumps! It goes beyond Injected, an ealier yet still cool title from this...this is definetly a must-have title.

4-0 out of 5 stars It's a bit different sound, but I like it.
If you are like me, than you first saw the Phunk Junkeez on stage....and then the next day had to go buy their albums. It is impossible for a band with such an entertaining live performance to fully capture the same mood in a recording, but I still listen to all their albums quite often. "Fear of a Wack Planet" has a different sound than previous albums and I think that is why this release sounds fresh. If you are just looking for some adrenalized phunk than perhaps this album might not live up to your expectations. All the songs on an album don't have to sound the same for the music to sound tight, that is exactly what makes me love "Fear of a Wack Planet", it is fresh and has a nice mix of moods. ... Read more


118. Get Some
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Average Customer Review: 4.77 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars best metal release in years
well what to say... this album is just very good. it surely beats almost any nu-metal release. well actually this is no real nu-metal, which is a good thing (i really don't like all that nu-metal crap). the music itself is deep, funky, heavy just plain cool. the vocalist lynn strait (R.I.P.) completes the album with his strong powerful voice. actually all song are damn good (exceptions: the short instrumental songs 313, get some o' deez and get some keez) from the fast paced opener "snot" to the funny "my balls". on every song those guys show their talent and skill, from the funky "stoopid" over the melodic "joyride" and the slow but explosive "get some" or the fast and funny "deadfall". well like said before all song are very good. if you like snot i recommend to try amen, soulfly, (hed)p.e. or ultraspank. well none of those bands can replace snot but i guess it's better then nothing...

5-0 out of 5 stars Nu-Metal has a God
I bought the Snot album a while ago whilst in America, and I have pretty much listened to it every day since my purchase. Its an astounding album, but also an album that manages to defy the cliches of the Nu-Metal genre. Its funky bass guitar and heavy riffs are catchy but fresh. The whole album has a great 'Lounge' feel to it - funky, crisp, makes you want to jump about - but at the same time you want to sit back and just listen. Of course once you buy the CD you can do both, and Im sure you will.

The Snot album has incredible amounts of energy, it blows pretty much any other nu-metal band out of the water and off the map. Snot make Limp-Bizkit seem dull and cliched. The vocals are tremendous and powerful, Lynn Strait has an incredible voice with great scale and the ability to perform rap metal better than anyone I can think of.

I simply cant give this album enough credit. Its incredible - everything about it is perfect, the Snot crew hit the nail on the head every single time.

Get this album NOW.

God bless Lynn and Dobbs, may you be remembered forever in our hearts.

5-0 out of 5 stars GOOD Nu-metal
Looking back on Snot's short history (due to the death of front man James Lynn Strait), one can realize that they did the impossible, they made actual GOOD nu-metal. At the time, Limp Bizkit was a small chord-rock (yes, it's true, hard to believe isn't it?) band who were just starting to make waves, and Korn was well on their way to becoming a house hold name. Following right behind the two was Snot, a band who deserved even more fame than Korn & Bizkit acheived.

Lynn Strait was a great front man and an amazing live performer. The band, in particular Mike Smith were some of the most talented musicians in the metal scene at the time. They had all the potential in the world to be something huge.

(...)"Get Some" starts off with the heavy "Snot", a model for modern hard rock, or "nu metal". Only this song is good. It's something Limp Bizkit might have made, had they not become soul-less corporate rock puppets. "Stoopid" and "Joy Ride" both keep up the fast pace, the latter being the better of the two, with lyrics that are kind of eerie, given how Lynn died.

"I Jus' Lie", "My Ba!!s", "Mr. Brett" and "Get Some" are all fun-loving heavy metal anthems. Which is the best part of the CD, they never really took themselves serious (as they'd explain whenever they were asked where they got their name from) and instead just made music because they enjoyed playing. The charm of that rubs off on you as you listen and made this quite possibly the best nu-metal album ever.

5-0 out of 5 stars GReat !
Prolly the only nu-metal i can listing to...I, hate nu-metal and i think is the worse type of music there is but snot isn't just nu-metal! I mean, their music is more than that! Great groovy jazzy/nu-metal and its plain awsome! The good die young--that's the f*cking truth! Buy it!

5-0 out of 5 stars awesome cd
Whats up this my second review.I never got to see them and never even knew who they was until 2 years ago when i bought the strait up cd and listened to it and heard them.Then dude these dudes kick ass,so when i finally found the snot cd at a good price(usually its was 16.00 where i went but the store was closing so i got it for like 12.00 and i listened to the whole thing it kicks ass,If he was still alive he would be so big and up in the best bands category ruling the metal scene go pick this cd up if u like anykind of or just want to give it a try its cool check it out
r.i.p. lynn and dobbs ... Read more


119. Attack of the Killer B's
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Average Customer Review: 4.38 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Essential collection of high-quality rarities
Anthrax with Joe Belladonna were a thrash band that managed to mix the funny with the serious perfectly. This record is compilation of rare B-sides from singles, EPs and other releases of that type. It may serve as a perfect introduction to Anthrax, because it has everything that band was famous for.

You have documented live performances in "Keep it in the Family" and "Belly of the Beast", tat show Anthrax at theur heaviest.
You have innovative unique Anthrax rap-metal blends in "I'm a Man" (released back in 1987) and the Public Enemy song "Bring the Noise", that's performed together with PE members.
You have tribute to their side-project S.O.D. in "Milk" (the song that started the blast-beat) and "Chromatic Death".
You have excellent covers of earlier punk-bands songs "Protest and Survive" and "Sects"
And finally, you have Anthrax's own hillarious tracks-for-fun in "Startin' up a Posse" and "Dallabnikufesin".

All in all, this records proves to be a great listen, and very varied, too. It steps far beyond your typical thrash-metal style. I won't even mention this line-up's highest proficiency with their instruments, it's a well-known fact. This CD will appeal to anyone with even just a mild interest in thrash or classic metal, and is a good purchase.

5-0 out of 5 stars this was their last good album
anthrax's last good album with one of my favorite covers milk by s.o.d i think joey equaled if not sounded better than billy milano on it i am a very big m.o.d/s.o.d fan but this cover was a masterpeice. get this it was their last good album get from fistfull of metal (with neil turbin on it) to this album after this they sucked a reviewer said this was their last effort before they matured, my butt thrax ruled and was real metal after this it was like industrial poser crap john bush belongs in armored saint protest for danny and joey to come back
p.s God Bless death to false metal

4-0 out of 5 stars May The Attack Be Brutal!
Here is a collection of hard-to-find covers, new tracks and live stompers to brighten the black heart of any Joey Belladonna era Anthrax fan. Unfortunately, problems with Belladonna and with their record company came to a head during the promotion for this release. Tragically, Belladonna was fired, and Anthrax departed Island Records. Thus ended a classic era for speed metal. However, ATTACK gives us a clear picture of Anthrax's strengths and weaknesses; where they had been and their future directions.

MILK (ODE TO BILLY) - We begin proceedings with a cover song of Scott Ian and Charlie Benante's side project, S.O.D. A head banging ode to breakfast time, this tune turned me on to S.O.D, and I've being afflicted ever since. LOL! Joey Belladonna does a stellar job on vocals . . . but doesn't he always?!

BRING THE NOISE - The groundbreaking team up of Anthrax and Public Enemy on an updated PE classic. It also sewed the seeds of discontent in the mind of lead singer Joey Belladonna and caused him to be ousted not long after this album's release.

KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY (LIVE) - Live headcruncher from the 'Persistence Of Time' tour in Birmingham, England.It shows that Anthrax was getting more into the serious subjects than before. Something that would increase with the substitution of Belladonna with ex- Armoured Saint frontman John Bush.

STARTIN' UP A POSSE - A comment of Tipper Gore and the whole censorship debacle. The 'Wild West' theme is sprinkled throughout the track, with the 'Bonanza' theme thrown in for good measure. With Scott Ian on lead vocals, never has Anthrax been so cutting. "And this ain't sexist, neither!" This is pure, in -your-face stuff.

PROTEST AND SURVIVE - Stomping cover version of a track by Discharge.

CHROMATIC DEATH - Another S.O.D. ode, guaranteed to cause permanent whiplash. Short, sharp and brutal.

I'M THE MAN '91 - An updating of their innovative rap metal hybrid song, 'I'm The Man'. Spends the first part of the track telling us how innovative they were in the first place and putting down other rap/metal contenders. Not as good the second time round . . .I get my kicks with the original.

PARASITE - Energetic reading of early Kiss/Ace Frehley effort. Anthrax and Kiss were always intertwined having toured together, and Anthrax also covering two 'early period' Kiss tunes, 'Love Her All I Can' and 'She'.

PIPELINE - Can you bang your head and surf the finest waves at the same time? Anthrax sure as hell tried, with this instrumental surf classic.

SECTS - A cover of the band Trust, who also inspired Anthrax to cover their ANTI-SOCIAL for their 'State Of Euphoria' album.

BELLY OF THE BEAST (LIVE) - Pitch black and menacing killer song from the 'Persistence Of Time' tour, recorded in Birmingham, England.

N.F.B (DALLABNIKUFESIN) - A hilarious kick to the head for all those faux-metal bands who persisted in dishing up 'power ballads'. The scary thing is that Joey's voice suits that style to a tee. Wait for the track's payoff, it 'kills' me every time
(sorry about that!).Oh, and for those 'not in the know', read the title backwards!Got that?

5-0 out of 5 stars My first Anthrax album.
I remember when my older brother gave this to me exatly 10 years after it's release date. I was 15 at the time, still listening to limp bizkit, guns n'roses and other mtv stuff. But when I saw the album at first, I had recognized this band making a cameo appearenc in the hit comedy show Maried With Children back in 1992, and I knew that this was a new step for me. Once I heard this album I coudn't stop listenig to it.
I then heard "I'm the man '91", and if any of you are jewish you know which song this sounds like and it really cracked me up. Startin' Up A Posse was a song I used to skip at first because it was really bizare, but after some time I really liked it. Keep it in the Family and Belly of the Beast are two live tracks taken from Persistence of Time recorded in Birmingham, England(it's no wonder the pictures in the album have that clock from Persistence of Time in the backround). Milk and Cromatic death are a re-do of what SOD(side project of Anthrax, Nuclear Assault and a local skinhead vocalist) released back in 1985(more like covering their own songs). Other songs were taken from a rare EP released only in Euroupe in 1989. NFB is an acoustic love song that I almost never listen to, but the crying in the end is real.
At the time I didn't know jack about Anthrax. Only a year after I got this album I saw "I'm The Man", and saw that it sounded different and came out in 1987, and "Only" on mtv superock,beleive it or not, and I'll never see it again. Then I saw behind the music on vh1, being so surprised, learning a lot about them, plus surfing their web sites for a long time.
Oh, and did I forget to mention that "Bring the Noise" is a rap/metal song with Chuk D? Nice.
Anyway, after this album Anthrax have never been the same.

5-0 out of 5 stars Startin' Up A Posse
Opinion was often divided on Anthrax, even in their heyday. Many a serious metal fan could not take the band seriously - Their crimes against metaldom? They wore surf shorts. They recorded a rap song. They were friends with punks. And perhaps most shockingly, they had a sense of humour. How's a serious grim looking metal head supposed to stay serious and grim when a band is having fun making music? It just isn't cricket.

I say forget that! Anthrax were metal through and through. All you have to do is listen. Close your eyes and the surf shorts disappear. They recorded a grand total of two rap tracks, and they'd be some of the heaviest rap songs you'll ever hear. Much of the punk fixation was played out in SOD. The sense of fun is inescapable though. Nowhere is it more evident than on this EP.

A 44-minute romp through punk covers, live tracks and comedy take-offs, for thrash fans this is the most fun on record this side of Lawnmower Deth. It kicks off with a romp through SOD's inherently silly but heavy ode to breakfast cereal "Milk".

Thrash did not get much heavier than Anthrax live, and "Keep It In The Family" and "Belly Of The Beast" are utterly crushed into submission by Scott Ian's rhythm guitar. The live tracks also show off Joey Belladonna's undoubted vocal talents. The covers of Discharge's "Protest And Survive" and Trust's "Sects" are also ... stunners, showing off 'Thrax's hardcore side.

Two highlights of the album are the tongue in cheek takes of the delightful country and western flavoured "Startin' Up A Posse" and the faux-emo power ballad "N.F.B. (Dallabnikufesin)". Scott Ian took over vocals for "...Posse", spitting out possibly the angriest lyrics Anthrax had recorded to that point. The country verses and hardcore choruses - compete with "Bonanza" refrains - has to be heard to be believed. The "swearing for swearing's sake" lyrics are utterly childish, and a lot of fun....

The infamous "I'm The Man" gets an unnecessary remix, pretty much messing up all that was good about it. "Bring The Noise" is infinitely better as a rap/metal collaboration.

This album was a welcome addition to many a fan's collection, because it brought together the fun (most of the album) and the hard-to-find (the three cover tracks from Penikufesin). Although we weren't to know it at the time, Anthrax were having internal problems and label trouble at around this time. Joey Belladonna left the band soon after this release. ... This was the beginnings of Anthrax cleaning out their closet in preparation for the more mature sound they developed in the later 1990s. Spring-cleaning was never so much fun. ... Read more


120. Rock It Science
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Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars A great party album
The Junkeez are one of the original rap rock bands and continue to make themselves felt releasing this underground album, thier best since Injected. This album is more grooving than previous attempts and does contain one suga knockoff. Mic control and people following me contain great beats. The album is complex and diverse containing great music from various genres. The raps are shallow, but fun and the junkeez put on the best live show. Heavy on my mind sounds like clutch at thier best with a junkeez style. Pick this one up and get your crump on.

5-0 out of 5 stars Disco muy original
Mola bastante, prueba con dislocated styles, o shootyz groove

5-0 out of 5 stars Once again back its tha Phunk Junkeez!
Phunk Junkeez once again come back with an outstanding album, I have been listening to them for the past 10 years and they never let me down, and now "Rock It Science" blew me away once again, pop this cd into your player and get ready to bounce up and down to tha Junkeez trip hop punk rock groovalistic stylle! Get ready to dance when you pop on the track titled Magnetic Mic Control" , it is sure to make your booty move! Once again back its tha Phunk Junkeez!

2-0 out of 5 stars Pretty lame..
I guess if first you can't succeed, just keep repeating yourself until hopefully somebody catches on. I bought this CD because I heard the band had "grew" musically. Not so. With the exception of a couple of alright Sugar Ray knock-offs, its the same ole song and dance for the boys, except the older they get, the sillier it sounds.Too bad..

4-0 out of 5 stars rock it science rocks!
This cd is further proof that phunk junkeez are one of the best underground acts. Listen to this cd, you wont regret it. ... Read more


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