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121. Results May Vary (Clean)
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3-0 out of 5 stars Wimp Bizkit!!! HA!!!
In my 8th grade year(2000), it somehow became the epitome of 'cool' to own any album by LIMP BIZKIT. Why? Because they were loud, heavy, cussed a whole bunch, and were utterly mesmerized with the idea of sex. Since all of these things were completely contrary to all the morals our parents had taught us keep, we, the rebellious pre-teens we were, obviously embraced it. The same could be said for KORN, METALLICA, NINE INCH NAILS, and all those other bands that love Satan alot. NOW, of course, we realize how silly and retarded LIMP BIZKIT truly is.

Unlike my hard-core peers, I'd never quite connected with all of these 'unconventional', rebellious ideals, so I've never really experienced the stupidity of this band until my friend burned me a copy of "Results May Vary". I'd heard the single 'Eat You Alive', and I thought it was pretty cool. I mean, that riff was SICK, and the vocals from Fred Durst were pretty strong and interesting. I thought.

So I listened. And to tell the truth, I like most of the music on the record. Some of it is sorta heavy('Eat You Alive', 'Gimme the Mic', 'Head for the Barricades'), but most of the album is sort of not. The second single, the WHO cover 'Behind Blue Eyes', is a very soft and, seriously, a very touching song when played by these guys. Please forgive my ineptitude, but I really just could never connect with it the same way when played by it's original creators. The closing track 'Drown' is my favorite on the album. There's absolutely NO heavy parts at all. It starts soft and stays that way through the whole track. I love Fred's voice, alright? It's great on this song, on 'Behind Blue Eyes', on 'Eat You Alive', on 'Underneath the Gun', on 'Build a Bridge', on lots and lots of songs. If I were grading the album solely on it's musical/vocal merits, it would get a solid four stars, no joke. BUT... the lyrics that are causing a travesty that I simply can't ignore.

Almost every song, besides a select few, contain some of the most mundane lyrics ever put to record. I assume relentless 'cool' references to sex, extreme usage of 'radical' cusswords, 'intense' whining of depression over your consistent failure in life and how miserable your existence has been are all a bunch of things that will you sell millions of records. And I don't know about your other albums, but this one is definitely proving that. Retards.

- 'Underneath the Gun' (LIMP, you'd be a fool to NOT release this as a single)
- 'Drown'
- 'Behind Blue Eyes'
- 'Build a Bridge'
- 'Down Another Day'
- 'Let me Down'

These guys are down alot. 2.5 stars, blown up to three. If you're a rebellious eight grader, this is all you need. As well as some MUDVAYNE, or whatever else is mindless metal.

3-0 out of 5 stars Dunno about the CD, but they ripped off The Who
They ripped off The Who's song "Behind Blue Eyes". The Who did a much better job with that song, and if you think that Limp Bizkit is a genius for that song, you are dumb. Get The Who's version and enjoy it instead.

1-0 out of 5 stars I'M GOING TO EAT YOU ALIVE!!! :-D :-D :-D
Howdily Doodily! Well me reviewing Limpy Bizkit and Freddy Durst's new CD, "Results May Vary". I <3 IT!!!! So do my little pals in my daycare in Pennsylvania (!) !!!.

The poppy, happy beats and no-talent instrumentals make this CD, of course, but who can forget Freddy Durst?! I LOVE HIM!!! It's so cute when he tries to be angry at everyone! It's so silly though! I know he's not serious! :-) And what a lyrical geniusypoo! Check out these lyrics: "I'm-a EAT YOU ALIVE!!!". That's BRILLIANT! :-D Then listen to these awful lyrics from that awful, awful Pink Floid: "And you run and you run to catch up with the sun but it's sinking / Racing around to come up behind you again / Sun is the same in a relative way but you're older / Shorter of breath and one day closer to death". WHAT?! What does that mean?!?! I'll stick to my 10-year-old-and-under-friendly Limpy Bizkit, thanks!!! :-D

I would've given it more stars, but once again, ENOUGH WITH THE CURSING!!! (But I did get the clean version. :-D) BUT BUY THE ALBUMMM!! IT'S GREAT!!!! Love Mervie.

4-0 out of 5 stars nice
this c.d is great but, it is not quite as good as "chocolate starfish and hotdog flavoured water" still i recomend this c.d its great. go ahead and buy all there c.ds there all good.
good luck.

4-0 out of 5 stars WHOA.. THIS IS PRETTY GOOD
I'm surprised by this cd. I've never been a Limp Bizkit fan, in fact I definatly make a point to stay away from nu-metal in general. Usually I'm more of and indie rock kid but I heard the single "Eat You Alive" and was really surprised. If a band like Thursday had released the song people would have applauded. On that note I would alos like to say that I didn't run out and buy the album. I picked it up for a buck at the local record exchange cause it was a dollar and I was pretty happy with it. Songs like "build a bridge" and the "only one" are really good. check this out. used. ... Read more

122. Loud Rocks
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Capitalizing on the recent commercial success of rap/rock crossovers, Loud Records volunteers their back catalog for the rock treatment on this surprisingly diverse new compilation. Ever wondered what the Wu-Tang Clan, Tha Alkaholiks, Mobb Deep, and Big Pun would sound like jamming with Sugar Ray, Sevendust, Incubus, and Ozzy Osbourne? Probably not, but the guitar-heavy pairings work surprisingly well. Vocally, tracks are split. Certified MCs show up on roughly half the tracks to retrofit their rhymes to the rock-out sound; on the rest, rock's wailers and grunters transform into microphone fiends. Everlast gives "Shook Ones Part II" a gorgeous, stripped-down acoustic feel, and System of a Down turns the Wu classic "Shame" into a mosh-pit screamer. Xzibit's gruff flow finds a perfect match alongside the distorted thrash of Endo and Sevendust. Though the bad moments are cringe-worthy, there's enough crossover appeal to win over rockers, hip-hop heads, and the morbidly curious alike. --Hua Hsu ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Insanely flawed, but brilliant when it works.
This CD -- an all-star project where rock stars and rappers team up to cover the rappers' old hits on Loud records (hence the name) -- was very difficult for me to get a handle on, because while most of it is great, what isn't great isn't simply bad, it's mind-numbing. However, this album is nothing if not effective, with some of today's best and brightest rockers paying more-than-respectful tributes to rap classics that obviously influenced many of the bands. The best moment, for better and for worse, comes the second you put the CD in: System Of A Down's blistering, jaw-dropping cover of Wu-Tang's "Shame" is an ear-rattling masterpiece than fans of both groups will play over and over again. Elsewhere, it's a mixed bag, with worthy efforts by Sevendust and Endo (both featuring Xzibit) competing with cringe-worthy bombs by Incubus, Shooty's Groove, and especially Ozzy Osbourne's duet with the Wu-Tang Clan, a combination that for obvious reasons just doesn't work. Overall, though, this is an admirable, even necessary, compilation -- a very noble attempt to bridge two genres of music that couldn't seem more different, but ultimately share more than you'd think. In theory, it's a five-star-plus record, but in practice, four is more than fair. Flaws and all, a forceful and often very entertaining speaker-crusher.

4-0 out of 5 stars It has its moments...Good and bad...
To tell you the truth, I was waiting very anxiously for this album. I wanted to see how non-rap/rock bands would work out with rappers. And to tell you the truth, I wasn't THAT dissapointed. "Loud Rocks" has some excellent tracks, but then again, some tracks are just plain BAD. Yes, rap/rock is a tired and worn out genre, but this is different. This is METAL bands who don't rap (except maybe Everlast) collaborating with hard-core rappers. I'm not very big on rap alone, and only a few rap/rock bands are any good anymore, but this collection is pretty much a winner. The better tracks on "Loud Rocks" is "What U See Is What U Get" with Sevendust and Xzibit, "L.A. Times" with Endo and Xzibit again, "Shame" with System Of A Down and Wu-Tang, and "Survival Of The Fittest" with Sick Of It All and Mobb Deep. On the other hand, some tracks just don't work, like "Only When I'm Drunk" by Crazy Town and Tha Alkaholiks, "Wu-Tang Ain't Nuthin..." by Tom Morello and, you guessed it, Wu-Tang, "Still Not A Playa" by Incubus and Big Pun, and "How Bout Some Hardcore" by M.O.P. and Grunge Is Dead. All in all, this is a very cool CD and will satisfy fans of both genres.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD even for people who dont listen to hip hop or rap
i would have to say that this cd is pretty kickn'. i was into that old limp bizkit stuff, that got old. recently my brother found this cd in his stack and said "take it" so i did. he didnt think i would like it but hey, i would buy this any day. this is even a great cd for those folks who really dont like rap and just like to rock out to some heavy $#*@, i stopped listening to this stuff years ago but this cd stuck out and is a perfect purchase for those hardcore rocker thugz. yea dawg...

5-0 out of 5 stars Loud Rocks. . .well, rocks!
Rap and rock have always seemed to be of different cultures, until they joined forces in the "Loud Rocks" album. I personally love this album. It meshes together music that normally would not go together, and it does that very well. I highly recommend this album to anyone who loves rap or rock, or both. It's definitely a worthy buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Incubus Rox
I havent listened to the whole cd..but i have heard still not a player by Incubus. Its a totally awesome song!!! Im a HUGE incubus fan and when i heard it i was amazed. im not into rap music, but incubus can make anything sound great!
i suggest buying this cd just for that song! ... Read more

123. Volume 8: The Threat Is Real
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4-0 out of 5 stars Probably more like a 3.5 stars
Enter Anthrax, another metal legend facing the daunting task of following up what many consider the worst album of their long career. Initial signs are promising; "Crush" starts off Volume 8 with a driven mosh-inducing rhythm reminiscent of their Smiths cover "London" off of the Airheads soundtrack. Excellent drumming by majority songwriter Charlie Benante, who turns in one of his best performances since the legendary "A.I.R." all those years ago. The emphasis is then shifted to John Bush for the ultra-catchy "Catharsis", undoubtedly one of the premiere Anthrax ditties penned since the acquirement of Bush (who I still think sang better for Armored Saint, but hey, we all gotta age I guess). "Catharsis" happens to be the only song bassist Frank Bello contributes on, which if nothing else indicates a squandered opportunity for further development. The band continue to get interesting on "Inside Out", a modern sounding soft/loud number that recalls Sevendust as much as anyone else, not copying the young 'uns so much as reclaiming their own influence. Unlike much of Anthrax's contemporary work, this one even has a decent guitar solo. "Piss N Vinegar" lessens the songwriting depth somewhat, and "604" throws talent out the window altogether, an ultra-brief hardcore number with no reason whatsoever to exist. But what about "Toast To The Extras"? This one's bound to raise a few eyebrows with it's country vibe, from the swinging backbeat to the harmonica flourishes between verses. Despite the inevitable controversy it's the only time Anthrax has managed to reinvent themselves successfully without taking an over the top, tongue in cheek approach. Similarly out of character is the bonus track "Pieces", which is little more than a clever pop song which may or may not be a cover. The remainder of Volume 8 plays it safe and relatively boring. There's nothing completely tuneless, except for the not-very-funny SOD-like parody "cupajoe". Imagine "Milk" or "What's That Noise?" stuck in the middle of Among The Living and you've got a good idea of how well "cupajoe" fits in here. Despite the relatively positive impression side two accords the listener, inspiration seems to have tapered off after the blistering (if inconsistent) first half of the album. However, Anthrax is faced with heavier problems than a prodigal muse. The edges have been sanded off of John Bush's voice, which still roars in concert but somehow sounds flat and nondistinct on record. Guitar solos, which used to give Anthrax and virtually every other competent band a boost in song dynamics if not flair and panache, have become virtually non-existent, in spite of guest appearances on the last couple of records by Dimebag Darrell among others. But mostly it just seems Anthrax have lost their sense of direction- they're not funny anymore but neither do they have the sarcastic lyricism nor razor-sharp instrumentation worthy of fist banging social commentary. Perhaps retirement is still premature, the band not exactly washed up despite the circles under their eyes, but a fresh injection of songwriting spunk is definitely in order, even if it's from someone already within the group. (NOTE: This refers to the original version and does not take into consideration the bonus tracks on the recent reissue).

4-0 out of 5 stars Heavy, but not much else
I was expecting this album to be one of the best albums that I have heard due to the opinions people gave me. I am a huge fan of Anthrax, but I like their thrash style moreso than the heavier grunge like sound on this album. Persistence of Time and WCFYA are probably my favorite 2 albums of theirs. It is definitely a heavy riff album with catchy drums and bass. This album is good, but not as much as I was hoping it to be. I can't wait for Iced Earth's new album to come out!! That should blow most other albums, metal or not out of the water.

5-0 out of 5 stars Finally
Ever since Anthrax re-released "Sound of White Noise" and "Stomp 442", I'd been anxiously awaiting the re-issue of "Volume 8: The Threat is Real" that we all knew would eventually come. And here it is, and just like the previous two re-issued albums, this edition includes some bonus tracks and extras. Standout tracks include the excellent roaring opener "Crush", along with the classic "Inside Out", "P & V", "604", "Born Again Idiot", "Killing Box", and "Stealing From a Thief"; all of which display Charlie Benante's thumping drums and Scott Ian's ripping guitars. "Volume 8" is easily the best Anthrax album of the John Bush era, and the best Anthrax album since the classic "Among the Living".

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best from 1998, a sleeper!
This album is by far the biggest sleeper of all time! It's the best cd no one has heard of due to circumstances outside of the bands control. (Namely Anthrax's record company going under just after the release of the cd) I picked it up after I heard We've Come For You All and was equally blown away by them both. Anthrax and Audioslave have replaced the mantle left vacant by Metallica's demise. Yet, Volume 8 stands on it's own.

Crush-(10/10)The best heavy metal song of all time. Speed, drums, cool theme, and catchy chorus. This song is the total package.

Cathrarsis-(9/10)Awesome song that is second only to Crush. Great lyrics and feel to the second. It's fast and heavy and grows on you with a few listenings.

Inside Out-(9/10)One of the best known songs from the album, I like it alot but I'm not as into it as most other Anthrax 'fanatics". Changing of pace is really cool, much like Metallica's One only with a heavier groove throughout. It rocks and is top qualitity.

Piss and Vinegar-(9/10)This is my second favorite personally. It doesn't get as much publicity as other Volume 8 tunes but it totally rocks. The lyrics on this are in your face. "Then I charge like a bull with his balls tied", need I say more.

604(5/10)-punk, short and different. Nothing special.

Other top songs include Alpha Male (8/10), Stealing From a Thief (8/10), Hog Tied (7/10), and Big Fat (7/10). Much of the second half of the album is very good and really grows on you quickly. "Harms Way" (8/10) is the best example of a song growing on you.
I enjoy every tune on this album and their is an excellent mix of songs. The country twang of "toast to the extras" and annoying "Cupajoe" could probably be left off but the guys are trying different things and growing. Their sense of humor is still their so typical Anthrax fans will probably enjoy these tunes. Maybe I'm just getting old. Anyway, buy the album, it's great. For those of you who haven't heard any of the Anthrax stuff with Jon Bush, check it out I know I was pleasantly surprised. These guys may possibly be the most underated band out there today.

Sound of White Noise 10/10
Stomp 442 7/10
Volume 8 The Threat is Real 9/10
We've Come For You All 9/10

5-0 out of 5 stars A Masterpiece!
I was very fortunate to get the orginal release of Volume 8! It's a solid record! If you didn't get it the first time around, here's your chance...and with bonus tracks too! Songs like "Inside Out" and "Cupajoe" are highlights of this album! Check it out boys and girls, it's as heavy as it gets! ... Read more

124. Out in L.A.
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1-0 out of 5 stars AA(so first review!) can ppl please stop liking this album?
lets just say its about a tenth as gd as any of their other albums and the only gr8 song is You always sing the same(heh heh)

4-0 out of 5 stars Its Good Buy It
The only reason I wouldn't give this cd 5 stars is sound quality. The EMI people have made this cd nearly obsolete because they spread all of its tracks across the reissues. For the die hard Chili Peppers fan a must have.

5-0 out of 5 stars Out In L.A.
This album was very difficult to find, but well worth the effort and money. While I don't particularly enjoy the remixes, and Behind The Sun isn't noticably different than the original from Mother's Milk (I think), the other songs and demos are very interesting. This CD is probably not for the mainstream listener because of the demo quality and funny, but cheap songs Stranded, Deck The Halls, and Flea Fly. "What It Is" is simply Flea playing and Anthony rapping lyrics combined from several of the demo songs, and it's also my favorite track on the album. "F.U." is rather funny and simple, and it's interesting to hear the demo tracks and how they sounded before they were put on album.

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm glad I finally found this!
I looked for this CD forever, some of the best recordings of the peppers songs. Essential if you're a big fan (which I am) I finally found it at a CD warehouse, still my greatest moment. I listen to it constantly. Not a good CD for beginners, but for the die-hard fan, a must have!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Out in l.a. - essential RHCP
Out in l.a. would be a welcome addition to any Red hot chili pepper fans collection. It is an unusual mix of demo tracks, remix's and live recordings, the amazing castles made of sand being among the latter. The title of this c.d. Out in l.a. is also the name of the chili's very first song which is a track well worth listening to along with the quirky Flea fly. In conclusion, anyone used to the bands brand of enthusiasm, origianality and talent will not be dissapointed with this 19 track disc. ... Read more

125. Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water (Edited)
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The splicing together of nu metal, rap, funk, and sterile electronica laced with dark melodies as infectious as anything Britney has to offer, inspired 6 million people to purchase copies of Limp Bizkit's Significant Other. With Chocolate Starfish, they perfect their formula. From the electro-infused "Intro" through the contagiously chugging "My Generation" to the straight-up rap of "Getcha Groove On," Chocolate Starfish is a slick, clinical, and flawless platform for Fred Durst's effortlessly savage--and occasionally unintentionally comic--sociological rants geared toward disaffected youth. Ultimately, though, it's that undeniably intelligent musical backdrop--the brooding guitar sound that gave the Mission Impossible 2 theme haunting new life and menace, and that defines "Hot Dog," "Full Nelson," "My Way," "Rollin'," "Boiler," and "It'll Be Okay"--that makes this a seething work of genius. The fact is, with rap and rock saying pretty much the same thing, Limp Bizkit have plenty of competition. They just do what they do better than everyone else. --Dan Gennoe ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Limp Bizkit's Best CD!!!
First of all, this CD ROCKS. Limp Bizkit put together an excellent album here, yet not suitable for younger people (sorry...) I can find that I listen through the whole CD.

The album has the great, well-known tracks like "Rollin'", "My Way", "Boiler" and "Take a Look Around." Rollin is intense and a great party song. My Way has a great beat and awesome lyrics that you can listen to all day. Take a Look Around is the MI:2 theme song, and it is unbelievable. The guitar is awesome and the song is great to rock and dance to. Bioler is one of my favorite song. The whole song is great.

There are other really good songs on the CD that arent well known, such as Hot Dog, My Generation, and Livin' It Up. The whole CD is good.

If you are a rock fan and a Limp Bizkit fan, you should DEFINATELY buy this CD. Fred Durst, John Otto, Wes Borland, DJ Lethal, and Sam Rivers have done a great job on this CD. So I hope this has helped and that you order this CD.

5-0 out of 5 stars An awesome record!
I don't really care if they've changed! So what if tracks 9 and 14 are rap?!?! Not ME!!! This is the best LB cd and I don't see why people think LB is weak!! They're a miracle that happened to the world! Sure, maybe there's 1 bad track(Hold On,) but 14 of 15 of the tracks are good!! This album is full of some of the best songs I've ever heard(Hot Dog, Rollin'(Air Raid,) Full Nelson,) and others. Here's proof:

Intro: I thought it would be bad, but I love the electronic sounds of the unique intro. 10/10

Hot Dog: One of the best songs I've ever heard. I love the begining with Fred Durst singing "Introducing, the chocolate starfish and the hot dog flavored water!" I want more of that! 10/10

My Generation: This has another great begining. I also love the music video to this song. 10/10

Full Nelson: This is my favorite song on the album! Great riffs and lyrics. 10/10

I think you've had enough proof that this album kicks. Buy it if you're a fan of rap/metal!

5-0 out of 5 stars Truly the best of the best:)
How aamazon had gotton away with selling the best CDs for so little I will truly never know! OK the cover gave us all a little scare but the songs are the bomb! Livin it up is my personal fav but there are plenty of other great ones to. The limp is back and hes doing alot better than those no good critics thaught he would! This is truly the best heavy metal around today!
I found not one song that I didnt like! This CD truly cured my first for a great heavy metal band! The limp is certainly the best of the best!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD form the Bizkit!!!
HI, this album was great. here are the tracks and there time:
intro-1:18 cool intro
hot dog-3:50 they cuss too much here
my generation-3:41 1st single pretty good
full nelson-4:07 2 words heavy heavy
my way-4:33 this was the 3rd single one of my favs to
rollin'{air raid vehicle}3:34 the rock version of rollin also the classic also was 2nd single
livin' it up-4:24 rap heavy song here
the one-3:42 another soft song
getcha groove on-the first minute is some kinda intro to the track then the real song is 4:29 also has xzhibit in it
take a look around-5:18 this is the theme for MI-2
it'll be okay-5:06 soft song
boiler-5:47 this is the last single
hold on-5:47didyou know there's a good charollete song called this
rollin{urban assult vehical}6:23 this has dmx,method man,and redman in it
outro-2:01 they also have a track 16 where they interview a fan
this was a great album by the bizkit!!! i recommend it

1-0 out of 5 stars KEEP ROLLING ROLLING ROLLING ROLLING!!!! :-D :-D :-D :-D
Hello everybody, how does it be? Well here it is, my review for Limp Bizkit! Me and the kiddies love it! Don't let the hard imagey fool you, this is happy, peppy kid rock at its best!!! YAY! Freddy Durst has such a way with words! "Keep rollin', rollin', rollin', rollin'!" Can your precious A Perfect Circle concoct brilliant lyrical poetry like that? I think not! :-D YAY!!!!

However, one sad thing. These laddies do curse. YIKES!!! :-( That's okay, get the edited version!!! :-D :-D :-D That's what I did, and me and Corey and Seth watch Bob The Builder to this album.

I would've given it more stars, but the cover is scary. Why would an alien offer me a starfish? It just does not make sense! But otherwise, this is recommended by me. *giggle!* Love, Mervie ... Read more

126. Woodstock 1999
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Should Epic Records be blamed or thanked for splitting this massive collection into separate segments for the tie-die set and the moshing crowd? Isn't Woodstock about merging musical styles into one love fest? Well, here we have the red disc, which offers a relentless attack from metal- and punk-influenced bands such as Offspring, Lit, and Limp Bizkit. The opening track is a huge, roaring version of Korn's "Blind," and the disc closes with warnings about the fire that ended the festival, as the Red Hot Chili Peppers burst into Jimi Hendrix's "Fire." Rage Against the Machine's "Bulls on Parade," Buckcherry's AC/DC-influenced "Lit Up," Megadeth's "A Secret Place," and Live's soaring "I Alone" are notable moments, while Sevendust and Godsmack merely sound like early '90s retreads. Metallica's "Creeping Death" shows why they succeed where others fail, and Bush's "Everything Zen" should feel out of place here, but doesn't. The blue disc serves up a kinder, gentler beat with Dave Matthews opening up with "Tripping Billies," followed by the somewhat tired sounds of the Brian Setzer Orchestra. Things get a little perkier with Jewel's surprisingly powerful "Down So Long." Everclear shakes up the audience with their muscular and catchy brand of alt rock. Elvis Costello makes "Alison" sound new and heartfelt, G. Love & Special Sauce remind us how refreshing it was when "Cold Beverage" was first served, and the Chemical Brothers bring their electronic sound to life on "Block Rockin' Beat." Roots' undulant "Adrenaline" has a bite, and Boston's Guster prove that the hype about this acoustic-based outfit's live shows is true. Perfunctory performances by Sheryl Crow, Rusted Root, and Bruce Hornsby fill in the gaps. --Lorry Fleming ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Are... you... READY?!?!?!?
Ahh... woodstock! Three days of love... well, for the most part. I've heard some pretty bad things about what went on at this concert. In my personal opinion, rape is the lowest form of activity that anyone could participate in and anyone who rapes another person deserves to BURN IN HELL. Now, having said that, I will now review the music. They (who? you may ask... THEM, DAMMIT! LOL) decided to release this as a 2 disc set... I think that's a pretty groovy idea because the musical styles on the two cd's are very different. On to the review... now I can't review EVERY track on each CD but I'll hit on (in my opinion) the high notes..

DISC ONE: THE RED DISC: Alrighttt..... ROCK N ROLL, BAYBEEE!! *throws up some metal* Talk about "The Hard and The Heavy". I was completely blown away by this disc! I actually hadn't heard of half the artists on this cd until I bought it... but I took a chance and boy am I glad I did! The red disc delivers over an hour of in your face rock and roll. Sure, these weren't the ABSOLUTE BEST songs sung at woodstock? lol But anyway, it all pretty much rocks and even though I hadn't heard of a lot of the musicians when I first got this cd, I sat there and listened to and enjoyed the whole thing. If you're a fan of heavier rock music, then the red disc is for you! But.... there is another... skywalker.. oops.. no, wait... there is another... disc. LOL

DISC TWO: THE BLUE DISC: Ahh the blue disc. What a break from all the hard stuff on the red disc! If you like the softer side of music, then this disc is the one for you! I actually bought the whole woodstock 99 album because a friend of mine brought the blue disc to school one day and I listened to it. I really liked it, even though I didn't know who a lot of the people on it were. It's just good music and I can respect that. There isn't a bad song on here.


Korn-Blind, The Offspring-The Kids Aren't Alright, Kid Rock-Bawitdaba, RATM-Bulls On Parade (personal fave), Godsmack-stay away, Red Hot Chilli Peppers-Fire (Hendrix, baybeeee)


Dave Matthews Band-Tripping Billies, Everlast-Ends, Everclear-Santa Monica(Watch The World Die), The Roots-Adrenaline (My second fave from this disc), Elvis Costello-Alison (Personal fave)

OVERALL THOUGHTS: Great collection. At best, it's great and at worst, it's good. The mastering is clear on all tracks except the Korn song. Any fan of music should own this cd and try to forget about the bad stuff that happened at the concert.

2-0 out of 5 stars First CD-bad, second CD-ok
When you get right down to it, Woodstock 99 was a complete disaster. It was run by a bunch of guys trying to get as much money as possible in a three-day period. At least half of the acts were angry white boy alt-metal acts whose shows tend to get a little violent. This goes against everything the original Woodstock (and even Woodstock 94) stood for. The riots (which could possibly be explained by the outrageous prices of water and other necessities) and rapes (absolutely no excuse) are evidence of this. The first disc is full of angry 14-year old white boy rap/metal acts. How anyone could call this music is beyond my capacity. The exceptions are Live, Chili Peppers, and maybe Metallica, which all show some degree of talent. Creed (although I'm not a fan at all) delivers a worthy performance of Roadhouse Blues. The second disc is a little better, comprised of those acts that carry on the Woodstock tradition. Dave Matthews, Brian Setzer, Everclear, Elvis Costello, Rusted Root, and Bruce Hornsby all deliver excellent performances (the reasons I bought this damn thing). The others are just ok, for the most part. Definitely listenable, unlike the garbage on the first disc. This should have been sold as two separate CD's, because the way it is now, everyone will love one disc and hate the other. I want half of my money back, and youcan keep the damn red CD.

4-0 out of 5 stars disc one rlz!
well....woodstock is consider as one of the biggest music festival ever beside rock in rio which also hold hundreds thousand of crowd and i think woodstock are famous for the rock show
so the disc one is fill up with that
the second disc (which is worth buying) i never like it, it has band like chemical brother,jewel and stuff like that
the only crap thing on disc one is DMX,its a stupid rap just like 50 cents, put a simple music beat and mumbling something unclear, well let's forget about that.metallica put strong performance with creeping death(they still had alot of energy), korn songs is really fit as an opening track "are you ready!!" RHCP creed and bush are ALL GOOD alternative band(creed is a bit boring), limp bizkit(i dont like this band and i dont care with this band) , megadeth the only heavy metal band beside metallica also having great performance with a secret place(actually they had a bunch of heavy songs but they didnt play it at woodstock)
i had no command on buckcherry

4-0 out of 5 stars i got a secret for you
Woodstock is a pretty much big festival and it was obvious that Megadeth made it big with its "a secret place" song...Megadeth rules the world...

4-0 out of 5 stars Red cd's good, Blue cd's.... ok
This is the closest you can get to re-living Woodstock 99 without all the fires, riots, rapes, & overflowing toilets.

The Red disc is pretty good- It has great live songs from KoRn, Kid Rock, Rage, Offspring, Lit, Megadeth, Metallica, Live, Chili Peppers, Creed, Bush, Sevendust, & Godsmack. The Limp Bizkit song on here is not that great- I'm not a big fan of them or anything, but still, Show Me What You Got? If you were gonna put one of their fewer good songs on there put Break Stuff on! I skip over Buckcherry & DMX cause I hate them- Buckcherry just plain old sucks, and my god, they had to waste that track with an awful rapper like DMX- If you're gonna put a rapper on, two words- ICE CUBE! The interlude is just some guy saying "Ok, that fire really is a problem, we need to let the firemen get through"- what a waste of space- We all watched the news, we all heard about the little fire incident, no need to waste a track for something like that.

Now, as for the Blue Disc, there's a pretty interesting variety of music on here- Dave Matthews, Brian Setzer, Bruce Hornsby, Guster, Everlast, Everclear, Jamiroquai, G Love, Rusted Root, Alanis Morisette. If you have diverse taste you'll enjoy it. I said the Blue disc was "....ok" because I noticed that Wycleaf insn't on it! But nooo, they had to put Elvis Costello on! I also would've loved to see a Counting Crows song on there- They're a LOT better than Our Lady Peace! And what's up with EVERCLEAR on the blue disc?! They're pretty heavy- they should've been on the red cd instead of that stupid interlude!

Woodstock 99 had its fair share of good bands & bad bands- Even almost 3 years after the event I still ask this one question: HOW THE HELL DID SUGAR RAY GET ON THAT STAGE? and who the hell got INSANE CLOWN POSSEE in??

So in conclusion, if you only like loud heavy stuff, get the Red cd. If you like soft stuff, get the Blue cd. If you have extremely diverse taste and like both loud & soft(like me), get the 2-disc set. ... Read more

127. SWAX
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If you didn't know better you'd think this was an early Eminem CD sans all the trash talking. But Scapegoat Wax, a.k.a. Marty James, was still thrashing out beats and making up rhymes in his Chico, California, bedroom when Eminem first gave the world the finger. But to be fair, Mr. Wax is rather more versatile than Eminem, going far beyond rap as he slices and dices sci-fi effects and other aural bon mots into old-school funk-rock that recalls Sly Stone and Shuggie Otis. Most of the songs have a well-developed sense of melody and timing, especially the impeccably crafted "Space to Share," which is a near-perfect pop confection. But it's literate, imaginative raps like "Aisle 10 (Hello Allison)," the autobiographical "Almost Fine," and the anxious "Back Alive" (detailing his brief tenure on the Beastie Boys's Grand Royal label) that make this album memorable. --Jaan Uhelszki ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Very enjoyable, despite being very unoriginal
Picked this album up on a whim after hearing Aisle 10 on a video game soundtrack. At first listen you may think its a mix tape of obscure songs from other bands, but really its Marty James very liberal borrowing of other more established artists. In a 12 track album you get sorta SmashMouth, sorta Beck, sorta Sublime, sorta Eminem, sorta Eagle Eye Cherry, sorta Prince and others. Nice tributes or a glaring lack of originality? Could be either.

But despite its lack of new material the album is very enjoyable. It's the kinda of music that works great at parties with it's good mix of styles and catchy melodies that can stick in your head. The album really grew on me and sits nicely amongst my other albums of bands in obscurity.

2-0 out of 5 stars Generic music with a pop twist that offers nothing new.
Scapegoat Wax offers nothing new to the world of music. With lyrics like: "The rain is beatin' on your front porch / My main source of desperation is the memory torch," no one can take it seriously in the loosest sense. The "muscians" on this sound very amatuer-ish, in that there are playing simple timings that carry over to each track. Although it is nice to have a mixture of different genres of music on an album, this album does nothing but copy every other Cali rock/rap/pop group.

While some lines are very catchy and you can't help but to tap your foot. This CD offers a listener nothing more than a casual listen, giving a person no real reason to purchase this album. One song by S.W. I enjoy is "Freeway" on Okieblow, is has a soft groove, that even the chessy lyrics overcome.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the most versatile artists i have ever heard.
I bought SWAX just for the hell of it, i'd never heard anything that Scapegoat Wax (Marty James) had ever done before. When i listened to this cd i was SHOCKED -- SWAX combines ill pseudo-rap style rhymes with unforgiving emotion, and precise instrumentals - This album is unclassifiable (unless excellent is a category) - songs range from new school hip hop, to acoustic tracks, to rock tracks laced with amazing rhymes.

If you want something that will blow your mind after you have smoked a joint, SWAX will do it and more. It is one of the few CD's that sounds excellent the first time you listen to it, and the fact that this guy (who spits viscious rhymes with uncensorec emotion) is not one of the top acts in america shows how musically shallow we are as a nation. Damn it!

Look, SWAX is a great CD, dont deprive yourself of its musical splendor.


5-0 out of 5 stars Clean sounding album, GREAT release!
All right, for those of you who don't know already, several tracks on this CD are rereleases from the original album, "Okeeblow". Something most people don't realize is that the label that Scapegoat Wax was using closed (as is mentioned in one of the songs even!!), thus a re-release and a self-titled album is more-or-less standard practice, and I find that fine, as they are not the same recordings as the original tracks. The tracks that are re-releases have all been re-recorded (MUCH cleaner recording, significant improvement in the audio quality) and have even had their lyrics updated: "...I'm still trippin' off my ex-girlfriend, we broke up *five years ago last week*..." (instead of three years, when it was first released). All in all, for anyone who enjoyed Okeeblow, you should enjoy this album immensely!

1-0 out of 5 stars Ripoff from first album....
I loved the first album, "Okeeblow" - and was stoked to get this new one, "Swax".  Little did I know it only had 5 new songs on it.  The rest of the 7 songs were from the first ablum.  What a ripoff.  See the list of songs below, ones with an asterisk "*" are from the first album.  So I wouldn't waste your money on this full album when you're really only getting 5 new songs.  Granted the songs are good and I still like them, but come on guys....
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Back Alive
Watching The Rain
Lost Cause
*Space To Share
*Perfect Silence
*Aisle 10 (Hello Allison)
*Almost Fine
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128. Super Mercado
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4-0 out of 5 stars unique
These guys remind me of when I first started listening to a 311 or an Incubus. Not necessarily the same genre of music what-so-ever, but you know you're listening to something great and something like you've not necessarily heard before. I won't get into the type of music they put out there. I can't even think of anyone to compare them to.
Would not be the least bit surprised if these guys eventually take off. They've already released 2 ep's, so we'll see.
This album is their best in my opinion, not by far, but it just has a longer 'life' to it.

5-0 out of 5 stars 5 stars and then some
Its the best musical release in years. Creative lyrics, "I'm more novel than war and peace" or "I wield my light saber verses vader and invizion the invaders demolition, rebels on a misson" I have seen the J's 4 times and every time I have been blown away by their preformence and this record is a great example of their musical tallent. I know I'm rambling but thats because its so hard to sum up such a wonderful record. Basically the point is buy this record because its the greatest thing since sliced bread!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars 2 Skinnee J's, All hot songs
The 2 Skinnee J's have done it with this groundbreaking release. An intoxicating mix of rock, funk, and rap along with intelligent and creative lyrics, one can only hope for more from this unique band. The music is uplifting and high-energy. The band's performances are nothing but crowd pleasers. If you are looking for something a little different that the ordinary, check this out. At the very least you will have their 2 larger releases, "718" and "Riot Nrrd". Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Phat
An incredible blend of funk, rap, and rock. If you dig the rap/rock sound, check this band out. ... Read more

129. Hell's Pit - Version 2
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Contains a bonus DVD featuring live ICP performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, CO, plus a 13 minute long career retrospective video. ... Read more

130. Beverly Kills 50187
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5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST ICP E.P.

4-0 out of 5 stars Hmm, I don't know what 50187 means
I gotta say, I think Beverly Kills was a great EP. The raps were good, the beats were pretty good, and I like most of the little hidden stuff. Some good old school stuff from ICP.
"Beverly Kills" (B+) is a really funny song about killing those richie hill kids and stuffing them in the locker. The beat is good and the lyrics from J and Shaggs are funny and those little skits during the song is funny, too.
"17 Dead" (C) is a good song. Nothing special really, but it's still good. The beat is kinda weird.
"The Stalker" (B) is a good song about J stalking some chick. The beat's pretty cool and the whole concept is pretty damn funny. I can relate to this whole song, but let's not get into that. The whole anwsering message skit at the end was great, too.
"In the HAUGHHH!" (B+) is a really great song! It's not really about nothing, but it's still classic. I love it and the way Shaggy sounds when he says "In the haugh" is great. Lyrics are quite amusing too.

"Chop! Chop!" (B) is good stuff. The beat's all cool and carnie-like and the raps are good, too. Esham's in there, and he's always cool., right? Right.
"Joke Ya Mind" (A-) is really great. The music is really cool and the lyrics are interesting (in a good way). All in all, it's a really great song. It's not like anything you've heard from ICP at the time. Good stuff.
Well, if you're a Juggalo or ICP fan, get this, dammit. It's a classic.

5-0 out of 5 stars Some of the freshest ICP stuff ever....
Beverly Kills 50187 is one of the best works of the ICP. It combines wicked phat carnival beats, horrorificly humored lyrics - and excellent rapping from the wicked clowns themsevles - 'Vioent J' and 'Shaggs 2 Dope'. Even though this is an E>P, it is excellent. Definetly their best EP, and even surpasses some of the Jokers Cards. Definetly one of their best works. Violent J and Shaggy have fully developed their throat, and truley sound like wicked clowns here (wheras on Carnival of Carnage, they sounded more like regular rappers..). Excellent beats (sounds like music you would hear at a crackhead carnival operated by Jack the Ripper..). All the tracks are good, but here are rundowns of the some of the best songs: 'Beverly Kills' - This is one of my favorite ICP songs of all time. Kicks off with a wicked short intro, then into a phat carney beat. Awesome slaughter lyrics. '17 Dead' - real good, and provides ideas for some interesting ways too kill people. Phat Beat. 'In the Haugghhh!' - awesome beat, slow - but good. All of the songs are real good though - all classics. If ICP ever put together a Best-Of compilation - Beverly Kills and 17 Dead should definetly be on there (See my profile for my idea of a Best of ICP compilation). A MUST BUY For any Juggalo, Juggalete or underground rap fan. Instant classic.

Stay Down wit da Wicked Clown 4 Life
Peace Juggalos

5-0 out of 5 stars Old School
Beverly kills is an aewsome c.d.,plain and might only be an e.p.,but it has amazing tracks that can only be expirianced by listening to it.i think this c.d. is a classic,it was relaesed at a time were the world knew nothing about i.c.p.,and it is a good transition from the 1st jokers card(carnival of carnage)to there 2nd relaese(the ringmaster.)as a long standing i.c.p. fan,i konw what i'm talking about.

5-0 out of 5 stars Gotta have it to complete your collection.....
i bought Beverly Kills 50187 with the Tunnel Of Love E.P. a couple months ago, i first thought Tunnel of Love was better but then once i heard this one a few more times i decided it was better and i ended up liking it better than Tunnel of Love. i think you should definitely have this one to complete your ICP collection, right now i am at 13 ICP cds (which i recommend you get all of), the 1's i already have are:

-Carnival Of Carnage-
-Riddle Box-
-Great Milenko-
-Amazing Jeckel Bros.-
-Wraith: Shangri-La-
-Beverly Kills 50187-
-Tunnel Of Love E.P.-
-Terror Wheel E.P.-
-Forgotten Freshness Vols. 1 & 2-
-Forgotten Freshness Vol. 3-
-Bizzar EP-
-Bizaar EP-

i'm tryin' to collect all the pendulum singles, i've already ordered Drunken Ninja but none others.

i hope u now run out and buy as much ICP as your cd player can handle

from a juggalo ... Read more

131. Greatest Hits (Clean)
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132. Hidden Stash
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ok this is not a new cd that the kmk came out with this is a re-released cd...
notice saint dog (the lead singer with the heavy southern type of voice) is in royal highness and hidden stash ONLY
every cd after that he wasnt in because they kicked him out and he was replaced by johny richter... so you people who call yourself "true kmk fans" sit down and shut up because you obviously have no idea what your talking about... i dont know why but it makes me angry when you people say your big fans of the kmk and you dont even know about the best singer in the band

5-0 out of 5 stars hidden stash
first off this is the first kmk cd not a new one (for all you people who think your "true fans" and didnt know that sit down hahahahhaha) this is a re-released album
this is the best cd they ever came out with THIS IS THE KOTTONMOUTH KINGS AT ITS BEST... not that new stuff with johny richter... saint dog was the kottonmouth kings but when they kicked him out and replaced him with johny it all went down hill from there

in my opinion there are only 3 real kottonmouth kings cds that have ever been made and those are stoners reekin havoc the ep (but good luck findin that cd), hidden stash, and royal highness all the cds after that with johny richter ISNT the kings...

i suggest if you want a kmk cd this is the one not "hidden stash 2" or high society THIS IS THE ONE... dloc, saint dog, and brad x are at the top of their game in hidden stash

5-0 out of 5 stars Saint Dog is Crap!
You guys are idiots! Saint dog wanted more songs to be ghetto hip hop because he thought he was black. KMK wanted to keep it real. Have you heard Saints new album "Ghetto Guide"? That fool is strictly a wannabe.

5-0 out of 5 stars shouts going out
Awesome cd...

Dude... if your gonna come on here talkin like you know everything, YOU need to get your facts straight. There obviously was beef with saint and kmk... ever heard the song "ego trippin" by saint? and it took how many years for him to come back to sub noize???? 4 years to sign back with them, and 5 to release a cd with them. You say he has a punk band, but kmk has much more punk influence in it than the stuff saint has released since he left.... In your own D-Loc jocking words... UR Done.

4-0 out of 5 stars Smoke a BOWL!
This cd has some pretty tight rhymes, but I do think that their newer stuff is better. So of the beats could be better, I guess. And just so everybody knows this is KmK's second full length album. Stoner reeking Havoc was their independantly released EP then Royal Highness was their first full length album, then this cd, which was re-issused recently by the band. Then came High Society, Hidden Stash II, Rollin Stoned, and most recently Fire It Up. I don't think P-town ballers released anything, but i'm not sure. Also Saint left the group because of creative differences, but is now pursuing a solo rap career on Suburban Noize Records. ... Read more

133. Is
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Straight outta New York City-behold hip-hop's enchantressPrincess Superstar - the mind-bending DIY hip-hopfashionista, the hilarious and brilliant songwriter, thevoice straight from the crazy zones deep in the gut, thatwill change you forever. With three independently releasedalbums under her belt, Princess Superstar has seen hercareer kick into overdrive since 2000's 'Last of the 20thCentury Composers.' That's why she has teamed up withRapster, Studio K7's new hip hop imprint, to unleash herlatest and greatest upon the masses. Featuring specialguests like the High and Mighty, Herbaliser, J Zone andKool Keith, Princess Superstar Is marks Princess Superstaras hip hop royalty indeed. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Her best yet!
I have all of Princess Superstar's albums and this is definitely the best one yet! The track with Kool Keith is one of the funniest songs I've ever heard and the one with Beth Orton takes my breath away. Why isn't this woman a huge star yet? Princess Superstar is so much cooler, smarter and funnier than most of the wannabe divas, misogynistic/homophobic rappers and half-baked "superstars" out there. She's in a trashy class all by herself and a true original. Buy all of her albums, they rule!

2-0 out of 5 stars White and Trash
Because this was included in the 'recommended listening' shelf at my local music shop, and because it features appearances from Kool Keith, Bahamadia and Beth Orten with beats provided by the Herbalizer, I presumed that it was something similar to the 'Handsome Boy Modelling School' project. Y'know, a top producer providing the beats and various talents rapping over the top kind of a thing.

How I was wrong.

Track one: Kool Keith game show skit. Usual fare.
Track two: Nice enough beats, but irritating female rapper. Who is she anyway? No name is listed under the song credits...
Track three: Suddenly dawns on me that 'Princess Superstar' isn't an album concept but a crappy Lil' Kim style rappess.

Her raps blabber on about her being the female Eminem (who's style she certainly emulates, complete with childish backing samples: think 'My Name Is' by Em.)
Typical lyrics are about [sex] and smoking Sens, and how she is wrongly portrayed by the media (I've never heard of her) as a white trash rapper in a black girl's game.

She just comes off as a sweary blondie from No Doubt. Absolute tripe. Two stars for the beats.

5-0 out of 5 stars Brilliant and Fun!
What can I say? The Princess' other albums were amazing, but this one is just one-of-a-kind. Not only are her lyrics brilliant and witty, but this LP is just filled with hooks and great beats. It makes all other rap seem boring and trite.

I heard that her new album should be coming out soon, and I can't wait!

P.S. As if her rhyming/songwriting skills weren't enough, she's also an extremely talented DJ!

5-0 out of 5 stars My favorite white rapper!
I like this cd of Princess , it has a lot of cool catchy songs with funny lyrics like "Bad babysitter" & "Keith N' Me" which are excellent,I wonder how come she didn't get more famous , I think she's at least good as eminem, in a more feminine rude version.

5-0 out of 5 stars LOVE HER

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134. Grits Sandwiches for Breakfast
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5-0 out of 5 stars Kid Rock-Devil Without a Cause
This CD is awesome! Every song has a different groove. From the intense rap of 'Devil w/o a cause' to the funky, jazzy groove of 'I got one 4 ya', this album is full of great songs. Kid Rock is now my favorite, and this CD is the only one in my player. Trust me, you wont be dissappioted.

5-0 out of 5 stars the good ole' days
this CD strongly represents what street rap used to be before it sold out to mainstream music. i do agree, this cd may be for the die hard kid rock fan (such as myself) but music is music and if it's good listen to it no matter where it comes from. if it's real you'll feel it or maybe you just don't know music!

5-0 out of 5 stars grit sandwiches for breakfast


5-0 out of 5 stars Huh?
There's somethin' about Kid Rock I want you to know,This is way before The Polyfuse days. There is no Twisted Brown Trucker band in there because Jive Records ust uses rap and pop mostly. But I only heard a snippet of Yo-Da-Lin in the Valley and it didn't have a explict sticker! This was before 1991 when they started to
put PA stickers. And I'm just 11 and I like Kid Rock.
(No Joe C. and Uncle Kracker in there)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not the greatest kid rock cd
He sounds really YOUNG in this cd. It's like the beastie boys only the lyrics are a lot worse as far as sex stuff. This cd must've been made before he formed the band too, cos it's mostly just vocals and turn tables. This is not the Kid Rock we know. ... Read more

135. Family Values Tour 1999
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The joke's starting to look a little worn around the edges. It's facile to observe that the people who toss the phrase "family values" around don't have Limp Bizkit, Korn, Filter, or Primus in mind when they talk about wholesome entertainment. Well, duh. That said, this a solid collection for those who like the aforementioned bands and their allies, though just about all of this stuff is available in other versions. One highlight is Staind's heavy-duty "Mudshovel," though the best performances overall are from Limp Bizkit, which explains why they provide 4 of the 16 tracks on the album and no other act serves up more than 2. Tracks from Method Man and the Crystal Method weirdly break up the metal that dominates, and there's the obligatory acoustic bonus track, featuring Aaron Lewis of Staind and Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit. --Genevieve Williams ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Limp Bizkit and Korn Do It Again
Limp Bizkit and Korn have made another awesome Family Values Tour and cd. These guys blow me away. Instead of Rammstein, Orgy, and Ice Cube they have added Method Man, Redman, Filter, Staind, The Crystal Method, and Primus. Limp added the most songs, with 5. They added the singles Nookie, Break Stuff, and Re-Arranged, along with I Would For You and a duet with Aaron Carter of Staind called Outside. You will find listening through on this album pretty easy. I also reccomend buying the regular casing instead of the Limited Edition packaging because the other is stupid. Read my second review for it and you will learn more about it. My favorite tracks are Rockwilder by Method Man and Redman and Mudshovel by Staind. Here is my song by song review:

1.Break Stuff-Limp Bizkit You've all heard this song before but it sounds different on live.

2.Lacquer Head-Primus OK song. Not to great. Not quite feelin it.

3.Mudshovel-Staind Great! My favorite song on the cd along with Rockwilder.

4.Falling Away From Me-Korn The song is a little different live but still really good.

5.Rockwilder-Method Man, Redman Great! My favorite track along with Mudshovel. Different live too, Redman is backing up Method Man a little while Method Man sings.

6.Hey Man, Nice Shot-Filter Not quite feelin it.

7.Rearranged-Limp Bizkit Again it sounds different live but still great.

8.A.D.I.D.A.S./Good God-Korn A.D.I.D.A.S. is better but Good GOd is still good.

9.My Name Is Mud-Primus Too busy listening to the rest of the cd for this one. Sorry. Check back later.

10.Welcome To The Fold-Filter Same as above.

11.Keep Hope Alive-The Crystal Method Same as above.

12.I Would For You-Limp Bizkit Horrible, just horrible. Slow, acoustic, and horrible.

13.Nookie-Limp Bizkit Awesome song. You've heard it. You don't need my word on it.

14.Outside-Staind and Limp Bizkit See tracks 9, 10, and 11. I know it's acoustic though.

Buy it but if you have kids by the edited. I don't really like live albums but this one is my favorite besides Family Values 98 which I also reccomend. Buy both. I reccomend it to anyone who likes plain metal, rap metal, any rock, or plain rap. By the way, what are Filter and The Crystal Method doing here? I'd rather see Slipknot and Papa Roach or Fenix Tx, or System Of A Down, or Static X, or anny metal band. There should be more Method Man or Redman or bboth too. Well, BUY THIS TODAY! OR ELSE!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Second Best in the Series.
1.Limp Bizkit-Break Stuff-5/5Limp Bizkit, performing "Break Stuff" as the first song on the show. Wouldn't that get you hyped up? This song sounds really cool live.
2.Primus-Lacquer Head-?/5I don't like Primus, so I've never listened to it, so I can't rate it.
3.Staind-Mudshovel-5/5-My favorite on the album, the crowd goes crazy on this song. Great sound quality.
4.Korn-Falling Away From Me-5/5-Korn didn't get much crowd action on this song, probably because it was new at the time. Still, really good, but isn't this Korn's tour? Shouldn't there be more of their songs? I think Limp Bizkit took over.
5.Method Man & Redman-Rockwilder-0/5-Let's get one thing straight: RAP [is bad].
6.Filter-Hey Man, Nice Shot-?/5Just like #2:I'm not big on Filter, so i can't rate this becasue I haven't listened to it.
7.Limp Bizkit-Rearranged-5/5-This is a fun song live, and I love how Fred talks to the crowd.
8.Korn-A.D.I.D.A.S./Good God-5/5-Korn got a huge crowd response on both these songs, and especially on "A.D.I.D.A.S.". The Third best.
9.Primus-My Name Is Mud-?/5-See #2.
10.Filter-Welcome To The Fold-?/5-...You know...
11.The Crystal Method-Keep Hope Alive-3/5-I don't like techno, but this song is really cool. Fun to listen to when you're bored.
12.Limp Bizkit-I Would For You-3/5-This is Ok, but gets boring after a while.
13.Limp Bizkit-Nookie-5/5-I don't need to explain it, we all know what happens when Limp does "Nookie".
14.Aaron lewis & Fred Durst-5/5-This is a beautiful song, and it's even better live. Aaron Lewis has the best voice in the world. Second best on here.

...If you're going to get the Family Values albums, get '01 first, '99 second and '98 third.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good bands, decent collection.
I would think this would appeal mostly to those who saw this tour, but it's still a good disc. I don't like it as much as the 1998 tour, but it's still good. "Limp Bizkit" dominates this collection, but there's still good songs from "Primus", "Staind", and "The Crystal Method". The live "Outside" is the bonus song here, and "Durst" also covers "I Would For You", which is an old "Jane's Addiction" song, though it's not near as great as the original. Overall this is good if you like the bands, otherwise it doesn't have much "Value".

3-0 out of 5 stars hmmm...
"Family values" is pretty good live album that features some most shining alternative/metal stars from end of century.of course Staind's "Mudshovel" or Primus "Laquer head" are great as other tracks but the appearance of Method man and redman is quite scary.And Korn's is not sounding so good on here,without a kick.they had a bad day or what?
also the sound is not superb.bass is vanishing somewhere or it tottaly blows your speakers out so you can't hear other instruments.if the production was better than i would give it 1 star more.also - why do we need it? tracks are all like studio versions (except fred durst's "I would for you" that appears only on this cd) and you can get them with better sound on other compilation albums...
well i have got mixed feelings about it.a good compilation from this tournee.i mean,fans will buy it but i wuoldn't call it a great album.just a compilation.not the strongest one around...

3-0 out of 5 stars A decent little package.
Seeing how I have had this CD for two and a half years now and have reviewed the other two Family Values live discs (1998, 2001), I figured what better time than now to review the 1999 disc which, despite it's shortcomings, delivers a great sounding live show. Before I go on in this review, I should mention how crisp and clear the sound quality is on all of the songs. If only all live albums could sound this good.

The headliners in 1999 were Limp Bizkit, who after being the opening act on the 1998 tour, had finally reached superstardom with two multi-platinum albums under their belts. And what better time than before their 15 minutes of fame was over for them to headline. Really, the band is in top-form on here. All of the LB tracks (sans "I Would For You," a Jane's Addiction cover) draw from "Significant Other," which still stands to date as their most successful (and in my opinion, best) album. Although the song selection is a little weak, they still deliver an excellent performance. I especially enjoyed listening to "Nookie" and "Re-Arranged."

Korn are also featured on here, but not as extensively as Limp Bizkit, for two reasons: One, Korn were not the headliners and two, Korn only appeared for a few dates on the tour. That being said, however, their selection on here is great. You get a combo of "A.D.I.D.A.S." and "Good God" that just sounds excellent and a nice rendition of "Falling Away From Me" that only suffers from Jonathan's strained vocals (I suspect he had a cold or something).

Minimally featured are the Crystal Method and the hip-hop duo Method Man & Redman. Crystal Method perform "Keep Hope Alive" and it is the only track of theirs that is on here. I like Crystal Method, but live techno? Kind of pointless. I think the CD could have benefited from more Method Man and Redman, the latter being one of the best and most underrated MC's of the 90's. Their contribution "Da Rockwilder" serves as a nice break in the otherwise alternative/nu-metal clutter.

Staind give their radio-hit "Mudshovel" a nice performance, and frontman Aaron Lewis shines on the acoustic track "Outside," which everyone has heard by now and ended up being the song that catapulted them into fame.

Primus contribute two songs "Lacquer Head" and "My Name is Mud" that are pretty enjoyable, but for the uninitiated, might be boring. They sort of stick out like a sore thumb on this tour, but give a nice performance nontheless.

Finally, Filter. I have nothing against Filter, and the two songs they contribute are really good songs ("Welcome To The Fold" and "Hey Man, Nice Shot"), but they sound like complete cacophony on here. Really, listening to them perform on this CD I get the impression that they must be the worst live band ever. These tracks will make even die-hard fans cringe.

So, overall, I think this is a pretty good live CD. Once you can get past the pointless, preachy, typical Fred Durst rambling throughout the booklet, you'll enjoy it. But just like the other two Family Values CD's, it's hit or miss. If you didn't like any of the bands before, this CD won't change your mind, but if you happen to be a fan, you will find something to make you happy on here -- That is, unless you're a Filter fan... ... Read more

136. Declaration of a Headhunter
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4-0 out of 5 stars The best mojo yet, but not enough Bonz!
I have to say that musically, this is Stuck Mojo's best album to date. The addition of keyboards and samples add more depth to the songs. While still keeping their hard edge, the band explores a larger dynamic range. There's even an awesome instrumental called The Ward is my Sheppard. Dan's voice compliments the songs perfectly! Bud's drumming is more adventurous and better than ever. My only criticism of this album is that Bonz's awesome raps seem to have been pushed into the background. In fact, Rich wrote the lyrics for this album even though Bonz wrote all of the lyrics for the past 3 albums. If you want to hear Bonz's sweet rap stylings I would suggest you buy Rising before you get this album. If you want to learn more about the band check out my new Stuck Mojo message board. It has a free mp3 of Hate Breed as well as links to the best Mojo sites on the web!

4-0 out of 5 stars Stuck Mojo-Declaration of a Headhunter
What can you say about a band who has been more true to their fans than Stuck Mojo? Their newest CD Declaration of a Headhunter has the same intensity level as their previous albums ie. "Rising" and "Pigwalk". Stuck Mojo's albums are so consistently good and every album has something different that keeps you hanging on to every lyric. the first track "Hatebreed" hits you like a freight train with steel grinding power rhythms. "Drawing Blood" contains Death metal scorching vocals which breaks into melodic lyrics filled with emotion, a truly awesome combination. A must have for true fans of Heavy metal, 4 stars.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Stuff, Good Mix
This CD contains one of the greatest mixes of metal, rap, and actual singing. You dont usually see any band pulling this off, infact the only other band i see doing anything like this is hed pe. Well overall the album is great, but it may take a few listenings to get used to because of the intese originality.(there is in no way reference to Rage, come on)I heard Hatebreed and I was hooked to the band. The riffs and vocals in that song are excelent, its probably one of the best on the album. Its a great song and when put into a CD packed full of other great songs, you cant get any better. The random clips of social outcries are a cool idea too. They get a message across. Thats probably the only thing that a person could see Rage doing.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not a chart topper...but absolutely Gruesome
...The high point of this band are the harmonies and the melodies. Three vocalists, with three distinct vocal styles...a rapper, a growler, and a whiskey throated howler. The music is more reminiscent of Iron Maiden than Korn and the rest of the rap core(check the song WALK THE LINE, and you'll agree). The band incorporates keyboards, samples, opera vocals, chamber music, along with a hard hitting beat, with razor sharp guitar chords. The songs are simple, yet hummable and fun to listen to. Not too taxing, but definitely delivered with some passion. Standouts...DRAWING BLOOD, RAISE THE DEAD MAN, EVILUTION, GIVE WAR A CHANCE (arguably the best track), FEEL IT COMING DOWN, WALK THE LINE. The band has obviously made its attempt to touch a variety of listeners and they succeed.

1-0 out of 5 stars Another boring addition to the rapcore hybrid
You know how Rage Against the Machine was super-left before they disbanded? Imagine if they reunited, and then decided to become right-wing conservatives with an anti-valley agenda - they'd be Stuck Mojo.

When a band has confederate flags posted on the wall behind them in all their gigs, you know you're in for a problem. I've noticed many reviewers below the Mason-Dixon line like this kind of band, but sorry, we're civilized here in the North. Aside from the band's hypocritical "political message", the music is about as bland as a piece of stale bread. Same guitar riffs, same way of singing, boring drums, and a bass player who can't play a single chord on par with the guitar melodies, and probably has a low paying day job.

In short, don't get stuck with Mojo, spend your money in more useful ways. ... Read more

137. Holiday Man
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4-0 out of 5 stars something i didnt expect
I have been reluctant to buy this album ever since the hit "Got You (Where I want You) which alone makes up for 3 stars of the 4 star rating. I finally decided to shell out a few bucks at a used cd store to get it. I thought maybe some of the songs would be like the smash hit, but not really. Almost a complete mixed bag of altered and drugged up music w/ distorted lushed up ozzie like vocalist.

I do understand after reading the few reviews that this is a great Cali party beach band maybe, but just something I didn't expect after "Hey You."

There's sparks from "Girls are the Cruelest" and the disco like "The Family". Of course "Got You" is the best song by far. Other than that, I find it hard to really get what the band was trying to do in most of the songs. I will admit I do like the cd after several listens. It's something different from the usual hard rock stuff I like, and The Flys is a unique sound all in itself.

What's great about the album is I don't think the band really cares what people think about it. They cater to themselves and the fans who know what to expect form them. They seemed to have fun making this album, and even though I don't have any other The Flys albums, I might reconsider that after I start to appreciate the sound more than what I began. But damn, this is one psyched out blurred album w/ some crazy sounding songs. Oh well, just have to enjoy it when it makes its way to the cd player. For now, 3 stars for "Got You" and 1 for the cleverness of the band.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Rock Album!
This is California rock, no doubt, and a great "rock party CD' at that. The 70's party rock band was Van Halen, the 80's brought us Jane's Addiction and the 90's delivers The Flys. Speaking of Jane's Addiction, this CD sort of instills the image that their little surfer brothers all formed a band and this is what came out. This is a fairly nice mixture of today's popular genre's all mixed into a stew to be served on modern rock instruments. They even include subtle "tributes" to Sly Stone and Barry White along with the nearly hidden recurrence of the elements of surf music from days gone by. Another pleasantry within is a consistently positive (although sometimes sarcastic) message regarding the female persuasion: that is, very little of the break-up-song, you broke my heart mentality. All in all, a great rock album with tasty songs and recording techniques. Rock lovers will appreciate!

3-0 out of 5 stars Weird stuff, man.
Does anybody remember this band? Probably not, but I'll review them anyway. I remember hearing my girlfriend listening to this CD like 2 or 3 years, ago, and I was just like "uh, ok". This has got to be one of the weirdest bands I've ever heard. It's kind of alternative type music, but then there's kind of rapping, and the lead singer sounds exactly like Ozzy. Well, maybe that's a stretch, not exactly like him, but the first thing you will think of when you hear him is "Dude, that sounds like Ozzy!". In fact, this guy actually did a cover of "Suicide Solution" on a tribute album, and it's actually pretty good. But his voice totally doesn't fit this kind of music at all.

I'm giving this 3 stars because I'm really not sure what to think of it. It's not good, it's not bad, it's just, well, weird.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Rock n' Roll
This music is fantastic, especially "The Gods of Basketball" and "Got You". The drumming really takes these songs to a higher level. The singer has a great voice and you should see his abs! This band has staying power due to the lyrics of this album. I can't wait for their next one to come out. "Family" is another heartfelt song I really dig.

5-0 out of 5 stars Really great CD
After hearing Adam Paskowitz, lead singer, perform on the "Bathead Soup" Ozzy Osbourne Tribute a few months ago, I decided to give the Flys a try. So, I bought their latest CD, "Outta My Way". I really liked this CD, so I soon picked up "Holiday Man". After hearing "Holiday Man", I can now say that the Flys are one of my favorite bands.

This CD is great, and I like all but one song. Still, eleven out of twelve is pretty good. This CD mixes a lot of types of music, from slow songs like "Girls Are the Cruelest" to more upbeat songs such as "Holiday Man".

Some of my favorite tracks include "Got You (Where I Want You)", "Afraid", "Holiday Man" and "Groove is Where You Find It". If you like the Flys, or want to try something new, you should check out this CD. ... Read more

138. Live Rare Remix
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1994 Warner Brothers release featuring 13 tracks, all non-album cuts! Includes live versions of 'Give It Away', 'SuckMy Kiss', 'I Could Have Lied' & 'Nobody Weird Like Me', the'Coneheads' hit 'Soul To Squeeze', the cult fave 'Fela'sCock', their interpretation of the Stooges' 'Search &Destroy', mixes of 'Give It Away' and 'If You Have To Ask'and more! Each disc comes in a separate standard jewel case &all three are housed together in an embossed, colorful, CD-sized slipcase box. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Die hard "CHILLIS" fan
Ah, yes, you definitely seem like a die hard "CHILLIS" fan. So big a fan, in fact, that you can even spell "chili" right. So die hard that you must use all capital letters when speaking their name. What a fantastic commentary, nice work.

5-0 out of 5 stars LIVE RARE REMIX by Red Hot Chili Peppers
An awsome compulation of rare, live and remixed songs by everyones favorate band the red hots. A must have at to hear the funk these clever little musicians put out esspecially live for any poor person who has not attended a chilis concert yet. I give it the big three thumbs up

5-0 out of 5 stars This is for the die hard CHILLI PEPPER fan's!
This is a small 3(cd) box set, But it has rare material that you can't find anywhere else! Personally I think they should of put more tracks on the (cd's), but all together it's worth the money! The remixes are decent, the live song's are pretty cool, but the rare song's are the coolest song's in theis box set! Sikamikaniko is one of my faviorate CHILLI PEPPER song's ever! I suggest only the "die hard" CHILLI PEPPER fan's get this rare gem! ... Read more

139. Cryptic Collection 3
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4-0 out of 5 stars Twiztid show a different side on 'Cryptic Collection 3'
The latest CD from Physcopathic recording artists Twiztid, a collection of rarities and remixes titled Cryptic Collection 3, is a standout from other albums being released on the label. Instead of heading in the same direction with this album as they did with their previous ones, Twiztid attempt to do something completely new. While the rock influences are nowhere to be found this time around, there are hip-hop beats exotic enough for Snoop Dogg to spit on. Most of the disc is made up of original pieces, except for the remixes of old favorites such as "2nd Hand Smoke" and "4 Thoze Of You". Despite "Keep It Movin'" being one of the most lyrically original tracks Twiztid has ever came up with, the most shocking moment on the album is the straight-forward hip-hop take on Steve Miller's chestnut "The Joker". Overall, for fans of previous Twiztid works this could either be a new experience or a huge disappointment. For fans who have not yet experienced Twiztid, this is a good way to introduce them to the outside world. Hopefully others in Physchopathic will follow Twiztid's lead and do something a little more original.

5-0 out of 5 stars NO STOPPING THE HATCHET!!!!
Twiztid is the reason I listen to Psychopathic in the first place and Cryptic Collection 3 proves it. It blows the first 2 out of the water and I wanna see Twiztid try to top this one. Remixes include "4 Those of You" from Mirror Mirror, "2nd Hand Smoke" from Mostasteless (the one track on the album I'm not really feeling), "I'm The Only One" from The Green Book, which is called "She Said" on CC3 and is much better than the original (my favorite)and "Wrong With Me", the rest are brand new tracks with appearances by ICP, Blaze & ABK plus the track "Shock & Awe" which is done by Dark Lotus. Add a remake of an old 70's song which is entitled "Joker" and a hidden but hilarious track of Jamie and Paul talking and you got the best Cryptic Collection ever to graced the underground. If you a Juggalo/Juggalette or a hardcore hip-hop/horrorcore fan...BUY THIS CD!!!! MCL! Im Out!

My Favorite Tracks include: Static, Keep It Movin, Listen, She Said Remix & Know Good

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST OF THE BEST
ok, at first i was kinda iffy on listening to this cd because of all the remix's cos im not a big remix fan. but i got it anyway cos i like twiztid.....and i was just amazed, it even has more "meaningful" songs like "listen"....not too much of the hatchet stuff ull find on all the other cds. this brings out the real side of twiztid, one of my fav. songs is "know good", its kinda got an old school beat but i love it

a definate should buy, so stop reading this n buy the damn cd

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Cryptic Collection
This is a d*mn good album. It beats both the first CC's easily. It's totally different than the first's a mix of 8 brand new songs and 5 remixes. Most of the beats are pretty good, with a few exceptional ones, like the beats for "Static", "Listen", and "Fucmyself". Twiztid has evolved lyrically, spittin some of its best rhymes on this CD. Overall, "Static" is without a doubt my favorite song..the beat is crazy and so r the lyrics. "Shock & Awe" is probably my second favorite. It features some of the other Psychopathic artists: ICP, ABK, and Blaze...and its f*ckin hilarious. They diss the mainstream and radio and all that gay sh*t. "Joker" is amazing. Twiztid did an excellent job of remaking this song. I downloaded the original and its crazy how much better Twiztid's version is. It's another of my favorites on this album. Also, at the end of the cd is a hidden track of Monoxide and Madrox talkin about making smoking in public legal and some other stuff...and its hilarious..

The only down side of the cd is the collection of remixes. Out of the 5 of them, only one, "She Said", is better than its original. The other 4 remixes are easily beaten by their originals. And the song "Know Good" can be skipped over. Overall, I give the cd a 9 out of 10, which is 4.5 stars and ofcourse I'm roundin up to 5. But this album is great, a 9 outta 10 beats pretty much any mainstream CD's, which usually have 1 or 2 good songs surrounded by a bunch of sh*t. And this CC is one of Twiztid's best works, certainly nuthin compared to their LP's, like "The Green Book" and "Mostasteless", but better than any EP Twiztid has put out, like the 2 other CC's and "Mirror Mirror" (my least favorite Twiztid work).

If you're a fan of anything Psychopathic than you shuld definately get this. If you're all about mainstream artists like Jay-Z and Chingy and Kanye blah blah blah, than you probably won't appreciate this as you should. ..Well keep up the good work Twiztid, and MMFCL to all you juggalos readin this!
...& Im Out Like That.


5-0 out of 5 stars Yes Yes They Did it again
Short and Sweet, Buy this album Juggalos/ettes and even if you are just a fan of hip hop, you gotta get this album. The Song "Joker" is an excellent cover. the other songs are world class. Much Family Luv. ... Read more

140. Alive
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5-0 out of 5 stars w00t-blinkin'-w00t
Anyone who disses this album obviously hasn't listened to the album, because it rocks. Truthfully, to like this, one must be a Snot fan. And, yes, some metal is suckin', but Snot never sucked, nor will ever suck. This is metal as it is supposed to be.

4-0 out of 5 stars Snot
This band was the savior of music for me when i heard them in Cali. It was sad to realize that another one of their albums wouldnt come out. This album was ok.

1. Intro: Just the crowd cheering and 2 or 3 symbol beats. Doesnt deserve a rating.

2. Snot 8/10: The intro to this song is great. You can tell how hyped the crowd is. Lynn sometimes messes the lyrics up but you can still hear his signiture sound in it, i love the background singing. I like when he gets the crowd into it. His rap part is good, better then i thought he could pull it off.

3. Joy Ride 10/10: I actually dont really like this song on get some but on this live version it sounds perfect. This one gets me hyped up. Couldnt have been done better.

4. I Just Lie 8/10: "This ones about your old lady." Great intro, then they stop and get the crowed hyped. Sings the verse ok. Great background singing like always. 3rd verse kinda [was bad] because of the way he sings it. I like the end though. Its violent.

5. Stooped 9/10: Reference to HedPe. I like his singing in the beginning. Great intro. He does cut lyrics but it sounds good in this one.

6. The Box 8/10: My favorite song on Get Some. Great intro. He alters lyrics, its sounds ok. The chorus is awesome. He cuts lyrics sometimes. Goes right into the next song.

7. Snooze Button 9/10: Yum i love this song. Yes, he does a good intro. Does his rap not like the album so much but it sounds great. Pauses before the chorus to get the crowed hyped. He doesnt scream the chorus like he does on the album but it sounds good.

8. Abscent 10/10: This song just gets me hyped up. His voice sounds just like it does on the cd. It sounds amazing. He cuts out lyrics though. Chorus is amazing. My favorite one on this album.

9. Deadfall 10/10: I like this version, it gets you hyped up. Its to fast for lynn to mess around with the lyrics which is a bonus.

10. Get Some 10/10: He messes around with the lyrics but it sounds good. I love it when he screams DIED. Chorus is great. I think he takes this song seriously and it shows. The end is executed very nicely.

11. Tecato: He speaks in another language saying "You Know Its Coming Holmes" Dedicating the song to Soulfly. I think he is talking about the killer of whoever killed someone close to Max Cavalera.

12. Grea bonus track

5-0 out of 5 stars SNOT !!!!!!!!!!!!
on december 12 of 1998, i got to santa barbara on my first trip to the US, that day lynn strait died ... when i heard it on the news i felt really bad, i was hoping to see them live, but that wouldn't happen ... at least we (snot fans whot didn't have the privilege to see them live) get to hear them on this cd that really captures their energy performing live... it's a great cd, and besides the music, it's got some enhaced stuff, so if you like snot's "get some", you gotta check out this live cd... it's great !!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars lame as the name davis
how could anyone find this music interesting? metal is the worst genre around now metal is laughable. people think its so hardcore well its not its lame

5-0 out of 5 stars Get Some More
Finally, what all of us Snot fans have been waiting for, the Snot live album, the CD we all knew just had to be released. I was one of the unfortunates who never got to see Snot live, so this CD was a really special listen for me. All of Snot's energy is captured perfectly on this CD. Snot rages through their best tracks on here. Lynn Strait (R.I.P.) confirms on this CD that he really was one of the best frontmen of the 90's. He sings, screams and bellows with severe passion. The band is also in top-form, never faultering once. All of the greatest are here: Absent, Stoopid, I Jus' Lie, plus a studio track, "Choose What," which you may recognize as the music for Serj's "Starlit Eyes" from the Strait Up tribute. You can tell that Serj used this version as a blueprint for his, seeing how both vocalists eerily resemble each other on their respective tracks. Also included on this CD is an extensive enhanced portion with the rarely seen video for "Stoopid" and a live video of "Joy Ride," plus some other hidden stuff. If you already own "Get Some," then Get This. It is the perfect companion and will put a smile on every Snot fan's face. ... Read more

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