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141. Significant Other [Clean]
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Florida-bred metal-rappers Limp Bizkit sold a million-plus records of their debut largely on the strength of a George Michael cover song. But the band indeed had "Faith" and the group's second outing proves that the Bizkit have the goods. Still, it seems as if boastful frontman Fred Durst is loading the band's deck again, this time by including scads of guest vocalists, such as Stone Temple Pilots' singer Scott Weiland, Method Man from Wu-Tang Clan, and Korn's Jonathan Davis. (In fact, Korn gave Limp Bizkit a leg up in the industry.) But the 16 diverse yet cohesive tracks on Significant Other don't need any help. Not as heavy as their mentors Korn--or as they are on their debut--Bizkit give Everlast a run for his money on the tuneful and appealing "Rearranged." "Just Like This" is another winning hip-hop and rock entry, while the amusing and memorable "Nookie" (as in "I did it all for the nookie") has self-deprecating lyrics not unlike the Offspring's "Self-Esteem." Bizkit segues with ease from pleasing rock and hip-hop amalgam to spooky Tool territory on "Don't Go Off Wandering" to moshable moments in the entreaty "Show Me What You Got." Significant Other may be hard to categorize, but it's easy to like. --Katherine Turman ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Bizkit rules
Significant Other has to be the greatest album I have ever listened to. I used to think that my Korn "Follow the Leader" CD was the best, but then I heard the Bizkit and it rocks. It is a really good mixture of rap and rock. The best song on the album is easily "Break Stuff" because of it's awesome beats and lyrics. It is not to heavey which is good, plus, you can actually understand what they are singing. Every song on the album rips (but you get pretty sick of Re-Arranged). Fantastic sounds and lyrics make it awesome. Totally sick CD. GET IT!

4-0 out of 5 stars I did it all for da nookie!
This CD rocks! "Just Like This", "Nookie", and "Rearranged" are the best songs. "No Sex" is a good change of pace, being a ballad as it is. "N2Gether Now" ihe worst song, and if you want to listen to "Break Stuff", get the unedited version. The song is cool and funny, especially the lyrics "Everyting is f**kt, everybuddy sux...". This is better than their first cd, because the music is more controlled, and the songs are easier to listen to. Cheque it out fellas!

5-0 out of 5 stars Vintage Bizkit! This is the good stuff!
I like Limp Bizkit, I've liked them ever since this album. I didn't care for them that much on their first album because it seemed to repetitive. Bizkit is one of the real good rapcore bands. There are a few other good bands who have succeeded and been good like LB, like P.O.D. (Warriors!!!!) and Papa Roach and a couple more, these guys are great. I like this album alot especially the song "No Sex" it is the epitomy of Anti-Sex songs! Its funny too with a chorus like "Should have kept my pants on this time"! How can you not like it. The hits are old now and aren't worth listening to that much but the other tracks are better anyway. Anyone who misses when this was good music needs to click the helpful button. Also buy Chocolate Starfish and Hotdog Flavored Water which is just as good if only harder!

1-0 out of 5 stars Dont waste your money
This album is horrible, don't even bother listening to Limp Bizkit, because everything they make sounds teh same, and it's HORRIBLE! I suggest getting something like "Hotel California" or
some Bob Marley. Limp Bizkit is just another fabricated popular band who just cuss and make snide remarks thinking people will like it. That's where music has gone, it's turned from actual music to this techno [junk] with all its glamor and profanity. Limp Bizkit is another band we can do without.

5-0 out of 5 stars Limp Bizkit's in the house, y'all!
If you're interested in rapcore, I think you'd like this CD. Just Like This is an awesome song. I think you'd like it. It's one of my favorite songs on the CD. A good rap song. If you like My Way, by Limp Bizkit(see chocolate starfish,) you should hear No Sex. If you're a Linkin Park fan, I'd suggest the song Don't Go Off Wandering. If You're a KoRn fan, you'd probably like Nobody Like You. Nookie's a good song, but I don't think it's the best, but it's real good. Peace, I'm out, your biggest fan, Pete S. ... Read more

142. WWW.Com (Wicket World Wide)
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars
What can i say?? WOW. This cd is just brilliant. Every song on this album is just awesome i listen to it without skipping tracks. The best tracks on this are Telly Savales, Like A Spirit, Virgin Mary, Cancun, Cyberkill, WWW.Com, Funeral Parlor, but my favourite would have to be the last track, Motivate. Just brilliant. Other good joints are The One, Oriental Spas, Football, Bite It, and Cancun. The rest of the songs are still good. This cd is not available in Australia which is where i live, and when i saw it on the net for a good price i jumped to it and got it. But i didnt know it was going to be this good. Any true Natas/Esham fan must have this cd. Natas' best cd.

5-0 out of 5 stars worth more than five stars
Natas outdone themselves again with this one. From start to finish it just an excellent album. is better than anything out there today. No rapper can match the skills of Esham, Mastamind and TnT. There beats are like nothing you've ever heard before. Some of my favorite songs are "like a spirit" "forever fly" and "funeral parlor". This album is a must have for anyone who appreciates underground rap. You will be blown away by the talent of natas.

5-0 out of 5 stars tight as hell
this is the best damn album i've heard. all the songs are great and they'll make you lose your goddamn mind.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hold on to your head!
The wicket ish will never die! They done did it again! NATAS best album is DO-U-BELIEVE-N-GOD, this is the second best. This album is better than Esham- Mail Dominance. The best songs are "FOOTBALL"- that song is got the most..... I don't know how to say it, but the beat is unbelivable! Then "Like a Spirit" is awesome too! There is like 2 songs that are weak, but the rest of the album is out cha atmosphere! If you know anything bout RLP, ESHAM or NATAS, then you should know you need this album!!!! (NATAS is Esham, T-N-T, Mastamind)

5-0 out of 5 stars the best natas?
this one is up there...if you like that crazy sh** that mail dominance had your gonna love this, i love this cd, it kicks so much a**... but if your one of them fake fans, you wont want it, but if you dont like it you jus another one that i would say jus to leave this music alone... cause itz outcha atmosphere... ... Read more

143. Set It Off
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5-0 out of 5 stars Finally sumthing HARD
i missed Ozzfest, but thank GOD i din't miss Shuvel on!!! Personally, i luv bands like Limp Bizkit and Korn and i've been wanting something new to come along. They 'rocked the house' (O.K. they blew it up!)on Soundbreak with the two front guys blazing hard lyrics and the constant hard driving music. i had to get the CD the next day - this is definitely a new fav.

4-0 out of 5 stars P.D.G.
Sounds like "Evolve" by Endo (musically) and like a cross between early Endo, Rage and Darwins Waiting Room lyrically, mainly the way they are presented, not the content. A good solid rap/metal album, other bands to check out would be: Primer 55, Endo, Reveille, R.A.T.M. and Darwins Waiting Room.

5-0 out of 5 stars These guys are hard, fast, and awsome!
I think the title speaks for itself. I have downloaded all of the song and hopeing to buy the cd soon for better quality. I would highly recommend doing the same! People may think oklahoma loves country...wrong only deep-wood rednecks or retards listen to that, this band rock period.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome!
Great sound--keep your eyes on this band--they're going places!

1-0 out of 5 stars worst CD ever made or even thought of being made
this band is a disgrace. only people from needham should listen to this band. they are awful. if you want 10 tracks of crap pumped in your ears i encourage you to purchase this CD. but if you dont like steaming poop in the sides of yuor head i dont recooment it. only john would listen to this band. ... Read more

144. Godlike
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4-0 out of 5 stars NATAS shows us once again why they are ahead of the game.
I downloaded a couple of songs from Godlike and was disappointed. A few weeks later I picked up the CD on a whim and decided to give it a real chance. I was pleasantly surprised. Although I wouldn't rank this CD higher than WWW.Com or DOUBELIEVENGOD, It is, in my opinion, one of the better Natas albums. The low production value is indeed immenent throughout the album but with one listen you will notice the skills Esham and the rest of Natas have aquired. I love the beats, the lyrics, but some of Eshams verses seemed... forced, I think. Since the release of Natas has been trying for a more mainstream sound and although they sound like nothing on the radio today, they do have the lyrical content and skills to make it mainstream. Never been one to listen to mainstream rap, I was surprised at how easily I took to Godlike. The style change is a great leap but it's not the big disappointment many people claim. Give the album a chance, you will be glad you did.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not the best work
3 years after Natas's AMAZING, comes Godlike. While all their past work seemed to be a big improvement over previous records, this one is a let-down. The whole album kind of sounds the same, the chouruses are pretty weak, and the raps have degenerated into your typical gangster-posing. There are a few good songs on the album but they are few and far between. "godlike" AND "how u could get more cheddar" are pretty good. Whereas they used to have an amped-up, real-life, unique type of sound, they are starting to sound like alot of other rap bands out there. The 3 or 4 good songs on the album might make it worth the purchase for Esham or Natas fans, but as a whole, its not very good.

3-0 out of 5 stars What happened?
I know that Natas could have done a lot better than this. Even though they half-assed it, it still sounds better than any mainstream album out there. Godlike is just missing something that made all the other albums great. The best song on here is "N-A-T-A-S". Other than that, all the other songs are just okay. Only get this album if you are a true fan. Hopefully if they put out another album, they'll take the time to make it better than this one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Truly a step back.....
What could have been a potentially great album got tied up in record label B.S. (with Gothom Overcore going bankrupt) and essentially, just kinda got pushed out there because it was promised. It just seems like they mailed the album in without putting any real heart or effort into it. The beats, while somewhat creative as a whole, all sound the same and the songs and lyrics just get repeatitive. It's just sorta boring. Natas is a very talented group and the talent shows regardless, but in comparison to anything they've put out before, it just comes across as half-hearted and rushed.

4-0 out of 5 stars NATAS is on Point Once Again but With A New Direction
Just like in any other NATAS CD, "Godlike" redefines the music made by Esham, Mastamind, and TNT. Now, if you're a NATAS fan only for tha wicket acid rap type of stuff, this CD probably isn't for you since this is more of a hiphop/gangsta rap album. However, even though this may sound more like a mainstream album than what you would typically hear from NATAS, it is still packed with energy, especially from the vocals of TNT and Mastamind. The tracks that stand out most I'd say are "N-A-T-A-S", "Godlike", and "See Thru". This album even has a very good and cold D12 diss on the track "Shady MF". This album also has a lotta quotables, my favorite of which would be when Esham says "Taking it slow/owning tha flow/ain't been a rapper like me since 2Pac signed to Death Row", that was deffinatley a highlight line in my eyes. I would say that if you're a fan of NATAS, get this because it is deffinatley essential for the collection. This may also very well be NATAS very last album, and if it is, I think they certaintly went out and proved to everyone that they are the true pioneers of acid rap. Only thing dissapointing was that "Godlike" lacked the advertisment and distribution it truly deserved because it had the potential to have gone gold, but hey, what can you do? It's certaintly not the first time Esham and NATAS have been screwed out of the publicity that they deserve. Either way, if this does prove to be their last album they will go down as one of the most influencial groups in the history of underground hiphop. ... Read more

145. Rising
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Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Rising to the top
I was first introduced to Stuck Mojo on a certain Monday night program also. Ever since then I have been hooked on their music. It's something different and unigue. I mean whoever thought that rap and certain musical intruments would blend so well.

5-0 out of 5 stars Really Good!
At first I heard of Stuck Mojo through a magaine ad for Century Media, a German Death Metal Label to which Stuck Mojo are signed. As being not a fan of Death metal itself, I decided not to like Stuck Mojo, figuring that they were like Emperor or Tiamat. After recently purchasing 311's "Live" album, I read in the liner notes that 311 had toured with Sutck Mojo. I thought they couldn't be that heavy to tour with a rap metal band such as 311 or Korn. I went and bought the CD and realized that this band was much similar to 311, but much like fellow metallers Sevendust, they had a heavier groove. I really enjoy listening to this album daily, and it is a must-have for fans of New Metal, Pimpcore, or Hardcore Punk. Really Enjoyable!

3-0 out of 5 stars Most realized work to date
I've never been a big fan of rapcore, that crossbreed of metal and hardcore with rap vocals. In the early 90s I used to be a huge fan of gangster rap, and in comparison to hip hop groups like NWA and Public Enemy, almost all rapcore acts have a stiff, "white" sounding rhyming style that sounds amateurish and embarassing (Zach de la Rocha being probably the sole exception). Stuck Mojo still suffer from this stumbling rhythm problems, but on "Rising" they've finally managed to compensate for their lyrical weakness with some sharp songwriting and even melodic singing. They also overcome the single factor that most often contributes to the mediocrity of rapcore (or even plain ol' hardcore) records, which is an extreme monotony in the rhythm department. And when you're dealing with a genre that dispenses with lead work altogether, that can become a serious problem. Fortunately Stuck Mojo are up to the task, creating their most memorable release yet. Not only has the songwriting improved, but the production has improved considerably since the days of old, even sounding like a full-blown major label release (Century Media obviously thinks so, too- they're promoting this with more muscle than I would have believed they had. Of course, most metal fans have known for years what a hotbed of new talent the label is. Now it's time for the rest of the world to open their ears). I guess I can finally shrug off my indifference and embrace this band for the contender that they've finally become.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best rap-metal album ever! Stuck Mojo is the real deal.
Stuck Mojo are very underrated and they show that here. This disc should have sold at least 500,000 copies, like many rap-metallers have so far. Heavy as hell metal indeed. This is the heaviest rap metal album ever, by far. If you don't own it, buy it. This is so cool. A cross between Slayer, Pantera, Rage Against The Machine & Kittie, this album is truly for the rap metal kids. Buy it today.

5-0 out of 5 stars Loud,Spiritual, and Wrestling
When I first saw and listened to stuck mojo I was watching wrestling and the video came on. I didn't have a favorite band and couldn't stand limp bizkit and Korn was getting old. when I heard the song Rising I knew I had to buy the CD I did and now I own all of their CD's and as you know all of the reviews are good so if you like loud rap metal and wrestling get this CD. ... Read more

146. Sound of White Noise [US Bonus Tracks]
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Average Customer Review: 4.38 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars IF YOU ARE AN ANTHRAX FAN-BUY THIS NOW!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Anthrax And Its New Vocalist
Anthrax's new vocalist sings heavier but isn't like the old one. This album has tougher lyrics and sounds, for examle "Potter's Field", "This Is Not an Exit" etc.

There's three peaceful songs too: "Black Lodge" (a ballad), "Only", and "Packaged Rebellion".

The best track is definitely "Hy Pro Glo" which has very exiting riffs.

4-0 out of 5 stars arguably anthraxs' best album to date
This indeed reflects a mature band. 1993, the guys arent 23 years old anymore. No band can put out album after album that features 250 beats per minute thrash songs throughout. That coupled with the fact that drummer Charlie Benante's wife cheated on him which in turn resulted in him comprising 90% of this albums material, is at least inspiring.

5-0 out of 5 stars A really good CD
This is not Anthrax's best CD but it is really good. It is not as good as say Among the Living, or State of Euphoria but it has some classic songs. The songs "Potters Field", Only", and "Room for One More" are the best songs on this but they are all basically good songs. This album was heavier than anything Anthrax put out before. Not nearly as fast but the guitars are simply much heavier sounding on this CD. Some people may not like John Bush and say that he ruined Anthrax. I personally like John Bush, he's not as good as Joey Belladonna but he is a good replacement. Just buy this, Anthrax rules!

4-0 out of 5 stars The beginning...
...of Anthrax's long slide into mediocrity. "Sound..." is still a very good album, make no mistake. John Bush is at the top of his game and the rest of the band plays the material with passion & intensity. My beef is not with the band, but with the content, which is pretty soft & washed-out. The album also seems to meander through a variety of "feels", leaving the album convoluted and the listener confused. ... Read more

147. Violent Demise: Last Days
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Maybe Ice-T was trying hard to infuriate and offend when he put together Body Count's Violent Demise: The Last Days, but he should have spent a bit more time on the riffs and lyrics. Sure, "Interview," which features a vignette about a journalist being executed for dissing the band (gulp!), and "Strippers," which includes the scintillating chorus "Strippers, I want my dick sucked," are both disturbing, but the puerile prurience hardly obscures the group's second-rate songwriting. Throughout the album, Ice-T moans and barks above repetitive, second-hand guitar lines, and even when the rapper lambastes O.J. Simpson on "I Used to Love Her," he fails to say anything even mildly thought-provoking. --Jon Wiederhorn ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Rap Metal fans this is your CD
This CD is absolutely off the hook! Heavy,Soft,Funny, Intelligent, and absolutely HARDCORE. There some incredible guitar riffs on this CD,kinda Rage Against the Machine sounding but they add a little speed metal too. I just love blasting the songs in my car down the highway. If the lyrics weren't so explicit, Body Count would be a regular on radio stations, but Ice-T keeps it real. He doesn't compromise his art for a cheap buck. If you are a rap metal fan don't miss out on this CD.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the best band around..........
What can u say.........they done it again......the music......the lyrics...........just great ... Read more

148. The Beauty Of The Unknown
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Agressive rock with rap/core elements.Recommended for fans of P.O.D., Rage Against The Machine, and Blindside. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Spread the word!!
This cd is really cool! Hard core/rock songs with good lyrics. This band should be better known! Awesome music. Get this cd, and if you like it, tell your friends!!

5-0 out of 5 stars emoish-hardcoreish-jazzy-metalish rap-punk?
That's the best way to describe this album. I haven't heard a LOT of the first cd, but I may go buy it just because of this one. I have had this cd for quite a while now. This cd rocks. The beginning kicks off with a very nice jazzy section w/ piano and nice drums, then it kicks your head open and fires away. This album mixes the best aspects of rapcore with jazz, punk, metal, and GORGEOUS harmonies. All with indie FEELING production. Production kudos on this one. This producer is one of the best if you follow him. The guitar tracks are excellent here, with a diverse array of tones and arrangements, all mixed together brilliantly to make the most of it all. And attention math metal/fusion fans! While there are no 13/8 time signatures on this cd, there are alot of cool change ups (swing time to cut time and back on "As it feels good"), time signature changes (4/4 and 6/8 on "Save this fakeness") and time signature blendings (Intro samples to "someone to blame" and the 2/4 punk beat superimposed on 6/8 in "to live".) Favorite cuts include "Pointing fingers" (Metal intro, jazz-chord chorus, rapcore verse, worshipful interlude, all with the GORGEOUS harmonies), "As it feels good" (every punk song should sound like this), "Anymore" (great hardpunk chorus beats, very ambiguous about the key signature until the kickoff, awesome!), "Escape" (hardrock supreme! and great kick pattern on the reggae-flavored verses), "Goodbye without you" (a beautiful song, perfectly mixed), and the album ender "This song's for you" (beautifully simple acoustic piece, a love song that says so much with so little). All songs are great, there's even a jazzer on there. The vocals are wonderful. The guitarist gets my vote for hardrock guitarist of the year, but the most amazing on this is the drummer/vocalist. While not playing on every song, he play on all the best drum songs, and his vocals are killer. Great band, diverse, all with an indie/emo feel. Buy it!

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!
I bought the first Justifide CD and was pretty impressed though it wasn't one of my favorite CDs. Well, then I heard about this, their second CD and decided to buy it. I was blown away. The band has matured so much it's amazing. They rock really hard with fast, wicked good riffs in there. If you like any kind of hard, awesome rock, you should love this CD. It's so underrated too. I don't know why it's not a lot more popular. Anyway, buy this CD or you're a nerd.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Beauty of the Unknown Gem

Their first disk, Life outside the Toybox, was an original effort by an unknown band. now, on their sophmore album, you can tell that their style has changed. They are totally confident in their music now, and it shows in the complete energy that their CD brings across. Buy this Album if you are a fan of well written punk/rock music. Yes, it is a christian band, adn yes, several of their songs deal with this, but they have good music, adn that is what should count ... Read more

149. U Dont Know Me
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Import-only release featuring four mixes of 'U Don't Know Me'. A previously unreleased tune that's not on any other release, this is the perfect companion to the notorious rap/rocker's brand new album 'American Bad Ass'! Tracks, 'U Don't Know Me' (Single Version, Cali Boy Mix, Cali Boy InstrumentalMix, Alternative Funk Mix). ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars KID ROCK RULES!

150. Return of the Killer A's: The Best of Anthrax
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Average Customer Review: 3.94 out of 5 stars
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Return of the Killer A's is by no means a farewell to 13 years of pioneering metal. Rather, it's an assemblage of classics, B-sides, and covers that sums up their career. Scott Ian and bandmates cowrote the 1980s speed-metal bible in an era when most bands were fixated with hairspray, but the band persevered through metal's lean years. They defied convention by becoming one of the first metal acts to gain mass appeal with their reworking of Public Enemy's anthem "Bring the Noise." Their humorous "hit," "I'm the Man," is also here along with such mosh-pit faves as "Antisocial," "Indians," and a sprawling punk-enraged cover of Joe Jackson's "Got the Time." More recent tunes such as the Pantera-like "Hi Pro Glu" and "Crush" are included alongside a version of the Temptations' "Ball of Confusion," with early vocalist Joey Belladonna and current frontman John Bush sharing vocal duties. --Shanthi Sivanesan ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Best of Anthrax
I don't think that this is the best of Anthrax. I like Anthrax very much (Pre- John Bush) and in order for this to be the true greatest hits album, it should include tracks like Caught In A Mosh, Be All End All, A.I.R., N.F.L., One World, A.D.I., Out Of Sight Out Of Mind. After Joey left they had no GREAT hits, they didn't even have hits! I just like the album becasue some of the older songs with Joey are remastered, to bad John has to sing on that track with Joey. (Dan Liker plays bass on that song also). They should Re-Release all of the Anthrax albums with Joey. Forget about John Bush, let him go back to Armored Saint.

I believe that this is a good compilation which has many of this bands classic hits.It is not perfect because it is missing some really good songs,but then again what compilations out there are ever perfect.If you dont have all their albums then this is a good place to start.METAL RULES!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars no title
this is a solid cd. i would give it 4 1/2 stars, but there are no halves. the only reason it doesnt get a full fledged 5 is cuz its missing a few really good songs from stomp 442 that were replaced with lesser (in my opinion) songs. this is a great cd from start to finish. my personal favorites are inside out, im the man, bring the noise, got the time, and most certainly fueled. hope you enjoy it as much as i do.

3-0 out of 5 stars Best?
Well, not at all. Where's "Be All End All" and "Caught in a Mosh". There's maybe good songs like "Indians" and "Madhouse" but they have given up some songs just because they wanted as much material in this collection as possible.

3-0 out of 5 stars good cd
this is a great cd but there's a few things wrong with it. "Caught In A Mosh" isn't on there (BIG mistake), the album can get boring in spots, and they have a RADIO EDIT of "I'm The Man" (which is a MASSIVE mistake). i think the "I'm The Man" radio edit just ruins any enjoyment from the rest of the cd. although "Indians" is on there and that's a cool song. ... Read more

151. Essential Red Hot Chili Peppers: Under The Covers
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5-0 out of 5 stars You just can't top them!
Their energy permeates every song, especially the covers! Once you hear them you can never go back. I love Stevie, but higher ground is just that.

5-0 out of 5 stars cover me!!!!
the peppers have been known to cover many bands through out their time(their first big hit was a cover)so it is fiting for them to finally release a cover album.most of this stuff can be found on either their studio albums or imports but it is still cool cause of the book of rare photo that comes with it.not a place for new fans to start out but it's a good cd for a fan of cover songs(i really wish they included their cover of the ramones blitzkerg bop on their...oh well)-jason harshman

5-0 out of 5 stars the Red Hot Chili Peppers higher grounds
"There are only two kinds of music...good and bad or soulful and non-soulful..." You'll find good and soulful music through the whole album. You won't believe it till you listen. (From a RHCP fan, but more a MUSIC fan)

5-0 out of 5 stars they rock
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152. New Old Songs [Clean]
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Most remix albums are irrelevant or just plain awful. Fortunately, Limp Bizkit's first remix album is neither. But with high-profile remixers drawn mostly from the hip-hop world, there's not much room for error. Timbaland adds a dark industrial edge to "Take a Look Around," P. Diddy amps up the bass line on "My Way," while Butch Vig's version of "Nookie" has a decidedly 1980s electronic flavor. Best of all, though, is the Neptunes' take on "N2gether Now." Its flowered-up, old-school hip-hop presentation makes it the cheeriest thing Fred Durst's ever been involved with. In fact, the only people who don't seem to have a handle on the remixing task are those in the band: DJ Lethal's efforts--with the exception of an energetic "Counterfeit"--are irrelevant, while Durst's "Faith/Fame" remix is just plain awful. Maybe they should stick to churning out the raw material that's sold millions of albums, and leave the remixing to the professionals. --Ted Kord ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars the pnly remix cd worth listening to
this is a good cd i would recomend it to anyone

5-0 out of 5 stars The CD is the shiz
This CD is awesome, it's a great compilation, with a little less bite, it's nice to just chill too.

1-0 out of 5 stars Seriously, you call this Metal?
Ok, right, in all seriousness, i used to like LB, the first album was pretty neat, sure the songwriting was poor, but wes made the band come alive, from there on they gradually lost something with each album, and choc starfish was a poor rap/metal album, with blatant chiched lyrics, and some awful "songs" but its a masterpiece compared to this.LB had nowt to do with it, the producers took their random selection of track and just changed the music! freds lyricks sound even more shakey than usual without the chug of wes's guitar to back them up, the beats are [bad], i mean, i want to wriet a really fair review but ist liek this, if you liek rap, then this album [is bad], if you liek metal, there isnt ANY here, its by far the worst LB album ever, it totally sticks of a band who aredesperate to rake in all they can, and i guarantee if anyone can say theres one good thing about it they are lying, i hoep LB can find their old sound one day but this is a joke

1-0 out of 5 stars Limp Bizkit+New Old Songs=Sell-Outs!!!
Limp Bizkit was a terrible band to start out with, but this shows you that they have completely drop dead, this is so terrible, and makes me really dislike this band with a rage.Major sell outs, but wait nobody wasted their time buying this cd, because they knew limp bizkit really did bad this time!So what ever you do, don't waste your money buying this cd! It's not worth it, instead buy Incubus: Make Yourself, or KoRn self titled, or Flaw: Through the Eyes, because those are great Cd's, but this isn't!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars limp bizkit's career into one cd!
this cd is awesome. since some people didn't like half of three dollar bill y'all and half of significant other. limp bizkit has chosen the best tracks from each, with some tracks like my way, rollin, and take a look around, and made each song into a deep bass awesome remix. it took me a while to get used to the songs, but oh yeah when i got into them i was addicted!
trust me, buy this album. you won't regret it. ... Read more

153. Terror Wheel
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4-0 out of 5 stars GOOD BUT NOT THE BEST

5-0 out of 5 stars One of ICPs best
The Terror Wheel is just one of the freshest ICP albums ever! First off the cover is phat looking. I like every song on here. "The Smog" is definatly the best one though. Violent J raps awesome on this song and his lyrics are crazy wicked. "I Stuck Her With My Wang" is cool. Shaggy puts down some funny raps on this song. And "Amys in the Attic." This is the reason I bought the cd, because I thought this song would be tight, and it was. Really wierd lyrics and some wicked background music. This is an awesome song. This album is something all Juggalos must have.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Clown Burst Continues!
Fan of "the Ringmaster"? Then this is a must! While still keeping the low-fi edge of its predecessor the "Terror Wheel" brings a more juvenile and fun spirit to the table, if you can believe that. But also offering a precursor of what was to come on their next joker card. Plus, it made "Dead Body Man" a local Detroit hit. The sound is still ominous but the samples and music are more varied. Making for a short but fun EP. "The Smog" is great fit for a B horror film or just a great idea for one. "I Stuck Her With My Wang" is a head shaking but perfect guilty pleasure. If you've broken down, and hidden "the Ringmaster" or "Riddle Box" behind your collection then there is room for this. Isn't there!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Sideshow
This is deffinitly the best EP ICP has done. All the trax on here are phresh az hell. Opening up with probably my favorite ICP track ever "Dead Body Man" this track is also on Riddlebox. Then they come through with "Skitzophrantic" which has a killer beat and sum crazy rhymes. "The Smog" is another track with ...ill ... beats and a crazy tale about killer smog. "Out" this track is ok, it got a pretty crazy story to it but it's nuthin real stand out. Then u got the classic Shaggy 2 Dope track "I Stuck Her With My Wang" this track is funny as hell, u deffinitly gotta hear this one if u haven't already. Then to end the ep they have probably the most overlooked ICP track "Amy's In The Attic" this song is scary, a scary tale over a scary beat, this track needs to get way more props than what it gets. This cd was released when ,I think, ICP's style wuz at it's highest. So all u new juggalos, or juggalos that lost this or sumthin GET IT NOW.

5-0 out of 5 stars i was fxckin' star struck by this album!
when i first heard this cd i was blown away! the cd is fxckin' wicked! pure blooded juggaos(like me) will cerish this album till the dark carnival takes us want talk with a true life juggalo, who will (shortly) be the next psychopathic family records new rapper. my name is Xtasy! get a hold of me at ya'll! ... Read more

154. Injected
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4-0 out of 5 stars Good times with Rap-Rock
Injected is an album that you can't take seriously, and that's a good thing. My personal favorite is 'Me 'n Yer Girl.' I roll around laughing every time I hear the song. It reminds of my frat boy college antics. The rest of the tracks continue with the all out house party theme. Although the Phunk Junkeez don't get as much air time as the 90s Rap-Rock bands as 311 or Rage Against the Machine, the Junkeez are just as polished and talented. If you like this style of music, you will like this album.

5-0 out of 5 stars crazy fun
i don't do this often, i see a lot of bands working in a national venue establishment. these guys rock, plain and simple. its one of those cds you have in the car, at home in the player, and one just in case one breaks or gets stolen...lost 2 to the ex's.

5-0 out of 5 stars full of hip hop and rock
This album is the best i have heard! Full of diferent sounds and styles for everyone. Hardcore rap on "CHUCK" or nice smooth punk on "people piss me off." Definatly worth listening to 24-7.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great mix of hip-hop, rap, and rock
The Phunk Junkeez really outdid themselves with this album. It's always in my player, and there's a reason for that... the songs are so awesome. There is a deeper meaning to the songs, such as Devil Woman, Chuck, and Me N' Yer Girl. Listen to this cd, and you won't be able to get certain songs out of your head, no matter how hard you try!

4-0 out of 5 stars This cd rocks!
PJ kicks some major a** with this cd. Their songs are energetic and hardcore... Much better than FEAR OF A WACK PLANET and its mellow softcore tunes. Definitely worth it's money. ... Read more

155. Transistor
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With Sublime and Sugar Ray having made whitewashed reggae a hot commodity on the pop charts, it makes sense that the prime movers of the genre are making a headlong comeback into the fray. With Transistor, 311 goes for the jugular, cramming the disc with over 20 songs, and just as many angles on its melange of rock, hip-hop and Caribbean musical styles. There are hyper rap-metal rehashes of the hit "Down" ("Tune In," "Starshines," and "Borders"), chunky guitar tracks ("Beautiful Disaster"), and lots of frivolous reggae-lite songs ("Light Years," "Stealing Happy Hours"). --Aidin Vaziri ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars 311's Best Album
I first got into 311 by picking up this cd about a year and a half ago. I really didn't get it for any specific reason, I remembered hearing the singles a couple years back and decided why not try it out. After the first listen I really liked it and it continued to grow on me. The complexity and originality in the song writing is clear and very infectious. Some regard this album as boring either because of its length or because it has more slow songs on it than other 311 releases, but I wish more bands would make 22 song 65+ minute albums. You just can't go wrong with putting more music on an album than what is usually expected. Everyone has different musical tastes and more tracks results in more music that will fit your specific tastes, especially with a musically fickle band like 311. As for 22 songs, yes there are 22, there is an instrumental (with a phenomenal guitar solo) before the first track (you must rewind to hear it) As for the rest of the album, here is a run down of the songs:

1.Transistor - a great rock start. I enjoy the reggae influenced shift toward the end as well. 2.Prisoner - a reggae-ish laid back song, shows the singing talent of the vocalists. 3.Galaxy - one of the best, fast and heavy with some nice rapping by Martinez. 4.Beautiful Disaster - a rock song with reggae influences, I love the furious post-chorus instrumental part. 5.Inner Light Spectrum - a nice slow one. Shows Martinez's singing skill. 6.Electricity - a nice straight up rock song. 7.What Was I Thinking? - All out fury in this song, you can feel the tension at the beginning with the opening bass line. The distorted vocals are great. 8.Jupiter - Has a cool begginning that shifts to the main rock part. The vibe will make you smile. 9.Use of Time - One of my favorite 311 songs, starts acoustic then builds up to two amazing guitar solos by Mahoney. Shows Hexums vocal talents as well. 10.The Continuous Life - sort of a laid back dark sound to it with Martinez rapping. It picks up into a more rock base in the chorus. 11.No Control - One of the most diverse songs on the album, starts soft with Hexum singing then goes crazy with Martinez rap portion then to the rock chorus. I love it. 12.Running - A laid back one. There's a really cool time shift in the music. The interlude is in 5 and the main portion is in 4. Mahoney has a cool guitar solo in it as well. 13.Color - A short eerie instrumental, makes a nice transition into the next song. 14.Light Years - An eerie song with a really cool main riff. I can't place a finger on exactly what it reminds me of. 15.Creature Feature - The last of the eerie, Pnut uses a fretless bass on this one making a really cool smooth sound. The progression is good as well. 16.Tune In - Sort of reminiscent of Down from their self titled album. 17.Rub a Dub - A nice reggae influenced one. 18.Starshines - Hexum starts the song off making a mellow rap track with a really catchy chorus, the song shifts towards the middle to be less mellow and more rock based where Martinez does his share. 19.Strangers - Sort of a hip hop based song, Hexum raps on it. Got a nice groove to it. 20.Borders - one of my favorites, Hexum and Martinez trade lines to this rap / hard rock combo. 21.Stealing Happy Hours - really laid back, has some nice guitar work in it, And if all of that was not enough, there's an extra part shortly after the last song.

Once again, I love this album, There is a certain feel to it which I don't find in any other album, it is also the perfect music to just chill to. It persuaded me to get 311's other releases, all of which are equally outstanding.

PS- To talk ill of this album is blasphemy, go smoke something.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply put, an amazing album
Fans who jumped aboard the 311 bandwagon after their mainstream success with the blue album, beware. This, their fourth and by far the longest major label record, sounds nothing like its predecessor. First off, the amount of rapping between Nick Hexum and SA Martinez is not as great in supply; instead the two vocalists dare to show off their true vocal talents by singing the majority of this album. From beginning to end, this CD will make you feel like you're floating somewhere in outer space, especially the outro which features an actual recording of sound in outer space.
There's a hidden intro (as the first song gets ready to begin, rewind the CD about 1:42) that kicks off the album with a sudden blast. The track listing:

Transistor: a great rocker that shifts into a reggae-style beat towards the end and back again.
Prisoner: a reggae-influenced song showing off the vocal talents of Hexum and Martinez.
Galaxy: a hard rockin' one with SA's cool rapping
Beautiful Disaster: a rocker with hints of reggae and a cool opening by Tim Mahoney.
Inner Light Spectrum: a slower, softer song featuring SA's calm, soothing singing.
Electricity: a good song with Hexum on vocals.
What Was I Thinking: an aggressive outburst with a great bass line and Hexum's distorted vocals.
Jupiter: another good one with Hexum and Martinez. I just love the guitars on this one.
Use of Time: starts out acoustic with Hexum's singing, then goes into a pair of Tim Mahoney guitar solos. One of my favorite 311 songs.
The Continuous Life: a spacey opening which shifts into the rapping of Martinez. Great lyrics on this one.
No Control: starts with Hexum singing, then goes right into SA rapping. A cool rocker.
Running: another spacey opening. I just love this song.
Color: an interesting instrumental that makes a great transition into the next song.
Light Years: a spooky, Halloween-ish guitar line with Hexum on vocals.
Creature Feature: starts out lightly with SA singing, then shifts to a dark, tense guitar feel.
Tune In: a great song with SA rapping the verses, then going into Nick on the chorus. Reminiscent of Down.
Rub a Dub: a nice, soft song with Hexum on vocals.
Starshines: starts with Hexum on the first two verses and chorus, then slows a bit for Martinez's part.
Strangers: a cool funky beat with Hexum rapping.
Borders: an awesome, hard-rockin' song with Nick and SA bouncing off each other vocally.
Stealing Happy Hours: a soft, relaxing bit with Hexum on vocals.

I love to listen to this CD at night with all the lights off, all other noises drained out, while staring into the star-filled night sky. Pick up this CD and try it for yourself. You won't regret it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very GOOD ALBUM
I love this album! It has all of the songs that we have come to know 311 by! FANTASTIC! Good Job Nick!

5-0 out of 5 stars Still hard to top
With a 311 show fast approaching to Milwaukee's Summerfest, I wanted to make sure I was up to date on all their material. I felt compelled write a review of Transistor- 311's best album and one that rarely leaves my CD player after over 6 years. This album brings it all- a few hard tracks, a few reggae, ska, etc. the whole 311 gammit. I really enjoy two of the slower tracks the best- Use of Time and Stealing Happy Hours- perfect just to chill out to. Other standouts are Transistor, Prisoner, Continuous Life, and Rub a Dub- a really fun reggae-fused track that makes me feel like I'm sipping a tropical drink on the beach in the Caribbean. Overall- this is a great album- front to back and to produce something that remains tireless to this day really says something about a group. I highly recommended this CD to anyone.

4-0 out of 5 stars Real Trippy!!!
This Album is quite good!!! At first it's sound like a bit of a mission to get into but in the end it's worth it!!! It's very eclectic which I really like especially the dubness of a lot of the songs. The songs are weird which I like also and it's cool because 311 make pretty original kinda music even though you can compare them to other bands like Incubus. Good music to actually listen to each song adds something interesting and different!!!! ... Read more

156. A Thought Crushed My Mind
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3-0 out of 5 stars Scream me a story.
Blindside's sophomore release shows no signs of the guys from Sweden letting up on their full assault of hardcore music. But it does, however, lack a few of the key elements that made their debut release "Blindside" an absolute piece of hard rock art. Instead of Christian singing in a melodic(yet amazingly powerful) voice that blended perfectly with their crunchy guitars, he screams almost every word of the songs to music that often seems out of tune with his voice. It only makes them sound less talented, I just don't get it. I do like to listen to some brutal, scream/yell hard core. But I loved Blindside's old sound, it was unlike any other hard rock CD I owned. However now that they changed....I have many other CD's in my collection that sound very similar. But enough ragging on this album, there are some definate high points, "As You Walk," "King Of The Closet," and "My Mother's Only Son" are sure fire bets to get you pumped up before a game. You should probably still buy this album no matter what, but I reccomend their self titled 10 to 1 over "A Thought Crushed My Mind."

5-0 out of 5 stars BLINDSIDE ROCKS
I think That Blindside is an excelent band. I saw them live and imediatly bought there cd. If you like Rock/Metal/Christan then this is a band for you. I would also recomend the cd Silence. This would be a good Christmas gift for a rocker :)

5-0 out of 5 stars it definently grows on you
When I first heard this album, I thought it was one of the worst albums this band has put out. But after listening to About a Burning Fire multiple times, I really got a taste for this album. I really like the raw energy they show on this album. I especially love the cello they use on various tracks. Most Christian music out there isn't bad, don't get me wrong, but lacks the intensity that non-secular music has. I can proudly say that Blindside is one of my favorite bands and that this is one of their best albums. Although all four of their albums are absolutely amazing in their own respect. Each album they put out has a slightly different sound to it. Which makes me like them more, because why would I want 2 albums that sound exactly alike. I think people should embrace the change of a band instead of just saying they sold out. This is their heaviest album they have, but if you want their deepest album, get About a Burning Flame. Overall, great band, great record. Get all four of their recordings. The message they send is a true Christian message even if they don't say the word "God" a hundred times through the album. Just listen to the lyrics on any of his albums and try to say they aren't Christian enough. Anyways, I'm rambling, so basically, don't sleep on this band, very awesome stuff. Any of their albums are a great starting point to this band. Please enjoy this band.

5-0 out of 5 stars Blindside is awesome
I think I haven't heard a band like Blindside yet around they are so unique in their sound it's just great and I am happy about the results too of "About a Burning Fire" even that is kinda different from "A thought Crushed My Mind" it is that damn good!!! check their new cd it just came out (today) "About a Burning Fire"

5-0 out of 5 stars Four and a half stars for blindside's best
I am an avid listener of all of Blindside's music. This is decidedly the most beautiful, passionate, gut-wrenching, and innovative of Blindside's albums. It is the album that gained the attention of reviewers and establishes Blindside as a potential, devastating force to establish a new realm of heavy rock/punk/metal what-to-call-it?!!. Silence, while a good album, only shows they can also conform well to popular standards. Their real art is right here. This is not a first-listen album! It is, in the words of disappointed reviewers, "screamy." The guitars are thick, more than the comfortable power chords people are used to, the harmonies, phrases, and meters are very untraditional. They will switch between 4/4 and 6/8, throwing your ear for a loop. On "Where Eye Meets Eye" there is even a section in 9/8! The sound is raw, the vocals are loud, passionate, and beautiful. The use of strings in several of the tracks, especially cello is especially impressive. At first listen, "A Thought" sounds like an unrelenting, noisy mess. But acclimating yourself to the havoc is certainly a rewarding experience. A handful of the tracks, "My Mother's Only Son," "Nara," "Nothing But Skin," "As You Walk," and "King of the Closet" stand out among the rest, but all contribute something of a punk/hardcore artfulness to the whole album. I listen to Silence regularly, the self-titled now and again, but A Thought Crushed My Mind is the album I return to most of all, especially for catharsis in moments of angst. Nothing I've heard, outside an orchestra performing the beautiful, despairing modern works of the likes of Shostakovich, can quite compare. This album is most suited for those who are young, not easily queazy, apt to stray far from the pop fold, used to loud guitars and screaming, and ecclectic in their approach to music. For everyone else, including fans of Silence, enter at your own risk. ... Read more

157. The White Disk
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5-0 out of 5 stars TOO GOOD
This is the future of rap/rock music. With an emphasis on the combination of true southern rock and hip-hop- Sunny Ledfurd is bringin a new sound to the world. Not hard core guitar lick rather smooth rhythems and sweet bass-lines combined with lyrics that relate to the life of a future star that is simply paying his due. Look forward to the future albums. If you havn't heard the newest album "The Garage" search it out. These guys will blow up and you can say you caught the SL train early on.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sunny Ledfurd
these down home NC boys know how to do it! Their music rocks they rock.. its a total packadge! Good tracks are world i know and Pimpin aint easy.. .they combine both rock and rap in a way no other bands have (example.. limp bisquit and linkin park) if yah like the cd (which if yah sweet yah will ) then check them out live in Norch Carolina.. (their even better live!!)

5-0 out of 5 stars SL
This is an amazing CD, with more amazing people making up the band. I saw them last night at Club Avalon in Boston where they opened up for D12. They were absolutely sick!

5-0 out of 5 stars Buy this CD
This hot up-and-coming band from Gastonia, NC, is going to be big. If they don't blow up, it's going to be a major injustice to music. I had to search high and low for this album. Score one for Amazon.

Sure, they're another rap/rock group, but Sunny Ledfurd isn't another Limp Bizkit or Linkin Park. Where most rap/rock bands focus on about 75% hard rockin' and 25% rapping, SL is the opposite. They sound like a rap group that started playing guitars, rather than a rock group who decided to rap.

There's not a bad song on this album, and it is extremely rare that I say that. Standout tracks include Pandemonium, World I Know, and Pimpin' Ain't Easy.

This is rap/rock done well. Trik Turner with more talent. This is rap from the "Dirty South" done well. Bubba Sparxxx, take note. ... Read more

158. Stomp 442
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5-0 out of 5 stars Okay first of all...
Don't listen to the people below, least of all the guy talking about "a whole album of rap-metal crossovers," because they don't know what they're talking about. As Scott Ian has said, totally disagreeing with the people below, Volume 8 is one of his personal favorites that he feels Anthrax did their best on, and he loves to play every song on the CD more than anything on their other CDs. And he isn't a huge fan of the rap-metal crossover stuff, either. That's what you have Limp Bizkit and those bands for. Anthrax is out to make metal, not to please every "fan" who cries out for one or two specific song types they might have done on some early albums. I personally bought this one and Volume 8, and I'm pleased with both. I feel Scott Ian and John Bush are doing a hell of a job producing great music that I like to listen to, and Scott Ian is a hell of a guy to boot as well as a bitching guitarist.

5-0 out of 5 stars "Never as old, as I was today, American Pompeii"
When I think of great drummers, there are three in particular that come to mind. Herb the Ginseng drummer (Primus), Danny Carey of Tool, and most noteably, Charlie Benette of Anthrax. This guy is incredible. Over the years, I've listened to this band put out some incredible stuff (Among the Living, Sound of White Noise) and stuff that is pretty average (State of Euphoria, Persistance of Time). It leads one to wonder what will come next. Well, I got this sucker and there was no doubt in my mind that Stomp 442 was their most excellent effort. In all aspects, this album encompasses what Anthrax is all about. Intelligent, hard core lyrics, palm mutes, and the most amazing drumwork of all time. American Pompeii is my favorite song, an impassioned plea for musical talent in a barren industry of dribble and mindless heavy metal of the 90's. There is so much packed into this album, when I got it in '95 I was blown away and have since never grown tired of it.

I think it is a tragedy what has happened to the music industry and an even greater trajedy that the youth of today will probably dismiss material like this, and opt to learn the guitar listening to Korn or Limp Bizkit. In such a scenario, we all lose. Buy Stomp 442 and support one of the greatest bands of all time.

5-0 out of 5 stars I LOVE THIS ALBUM
Cool riffs, great lyrics! John rules 2x!

2-0 out of 5 stars Lame album, big letdown...
Anthrax were pioneers of thrash in the mid and late 80's and I grew up loving their stuff. When they switched singers to John Bush I was worried but when the first cd came out I was very relieved. Sound of White Noise is my favorite album they did in the entire span of their career by far and is a rock classic. I still listen to the cd on a regular basis 7 years later. Stomp 442 however is a major piece of lameness. The cd is at no point bad, but at no point good either. It plods along with generic sounding riffs and uninspired lyrics that could be any band out there, completely undistinguishable from other hard rock acts. A very disappointing release, grab Sound Of White Noise instead. Or Persistance of Time or Among the Living for that matter.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not worth tracking down
Listening to this album reminds me of Pantera's "Far beyond driven": While there are no standout weak links, the whole album is similarly monotonous and a disappointing followup. Any individual song isn't too bad (though hardly memorable), but listening to the whole CD makes me lose recognition of which song is playing after 15 minutes or so. Anthrax can blame their record label all they like for the weak sales and image problem, but the band similarly seemed to be putting little effort into this release. The first couple of songs and the end song are fine, but that's the Far beyond Driven problem again. I'd say pretty much any other Anthrax release is better. Even the debut with that first singer, because at least the band had some edge on that showing. ... Read more

159. No Stranger to Shame (Clean)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing
Great cd!

Keep it Comin' - Okay, not very good. Bad intro song. 2/5
Thunderhead Hawkins - REALLY GOOD! Get's the cd into motion. 5/5
In A Little While - Nice really really good. 5/5
I Wish I Had A Dollar - Really good. I like it a lot 4/5
Drift Away - YES! 5/5
Baby Don't Cry - Okay, 3/5
I Do - Really really good 4/5
Memphis Soul Song - EXCELENT! 5/5
I Don't Know - Pretty good 4/5
To Think I Used To Love - Not the best song... 3/5
Letters To My Daughters - My favorite song on the cd. Really reallly good 6/5
No Stranger To Shame - My second favorite song. Really nice. 5/5

Overall, 5/5

I HIGHLY Recomend this cd to any music lover of any kind. This cd has something for everyone. #1 and #12 are rapish, #2-#11 are country and every song as some mix of rock. VERY VERY GOOD!

1-0 out of 5 stars get the explicit
get the explicit because,theres hardly any swearing in it except for the hidden track, which itself is not really all that bad,and theres one more swear in "Letter To My Daughters" its
"Egos and a**holes are part of my deal" and thats it. So just by the the explicit version cause its not really different.

5-0 out of 5 stars this CD ROX!
I am 10 years old and my Dad and I both love this CD all the way through. Uncle K's version of Drift Away makes my Dad sing too loud. My highlights of the CD are Drift Away, In a Little While, Letter to my Daughters and No Stranger to Shame, but the entire CD is wonderful!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Kracker at his best!!!!!
This cd ROCKS!!!!! My favorite song is Drift Away. If you like Kid Rock, get Double Wide. If you just like Uncle Kracker, definately get this cd!!!!!!!!!! ... Read more

160. The Hard + the Heavy, Vol. 1
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Asin: B00002NDAB
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Sales Rank: 21387
Average Customer Review: 3.45 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Very good but not fulfilling its potential
This is a pretty good compilation, especially for people who don't know much about the hard rock/heavy metal musical scene. However, there are plenty of things about this compilation that I don't understand. Let's look at all the tracks together, shall we?

Disc One-1) Nice intro. It excellently outlines the goal and purpose of the compilation and sets a nice, macho, aggressive scene for the music. (I believe it's a quote from the vocalist of Monster Magnet.)

2) I'm not a huge fan of Kid Rock, and definitely not of this song. This track fails to kick off the album with a bang. I would have chosen "Bawitdaba", myself, but I guess they thought it would be cute to open and close this CD with two songs starting with "I Am The..."

3) Very great song by Monster magnet with superior guitar playing and vocals....but I thought this was a hard rock CD? This sounds like alternative or country. "Look to Your Orb for the Warning" would be a better choice.

4) Here we go! Very loud industrial rock song from PM5K.

5) Another heavy song, but I think it would be better at home on Disc 2.

6) Another extremely heavy bit of industrial metal, but shouldn't this be on disc 2?

7) Very good, entertaining, and heavy song. Right at home on this CD.

8) See 7.

9) This song is pretty heavy for P.O.D., but I think they should have put "Follow Me" on, instead. This one kind of lacks in the realm of intensity; it's kind of slow and dragging.

10) Very intense hard rock song.

11) What the hell did they do to this song?! The only original bit of the song is the drumming and vocals. All the guitar riffs have been deleted and replaced with some weird keyboard stuff! And totally new bass lines have been added in, with the vocals slowed down and distorted. It's a good remix, but I thought this album was supposed to showcase LOUD music.

12) The music is great, but the prejudiced, homophobic lyrics turned me off.

13) Very creative song with bits of jazz thrown in to supplement the hard rock.

14) VERY hardcore song with bits of world music thown in. But shouldn't it be on disc 2?

15) This song starts off soft but gets hardcore about half way through. This is a great, dramatic song with competent melodies and lyrics. I can't figure out why they keep putting all these heavy metal bands on the hard rock CD.

16) Extremely loud song by the kings of power metal. This is one of my favorite songs! It really closes this album with a bang, but it should have been on disc 2.

Disc 2-1) Not again! If the guitar riffs have been deleted, why is this called the "Lethal Dose Extreme Guitar Remix?" Isn't a rap song a pretty odd way to start off a heavy metal compilation? Besides, why put LB on disc 2, they should be on disc 1 with the other hard rock bands.

2) I guess this is where the guitar riffs from "Counterfeit" and "Edgecrusher" ended up. This is a great remix of an otherwise average song.

3) Another good, heavy song. The only Coal Chamber song I ever liked.

4) A good heavy AND melodic song.

5) This song turned me on to Slipknot. VERY intense but could we lay off the cussing?

6) This is a nice, hardcore song but I would have done "Push It" to really showcase Static-X's heavy metal abilities.

7) A cool curveball that sends you back to the '80s, when metal was king and bands actually cared about songwriting. Great solos by Dave Mustaine!

8) A pretty soft song for a heavy metal CD, but otherwise, it's good. A lot of stuff ends up happening at the end of this song.

9) This starts out kind of heavy, but gets really soft. I don't have any idea why this is on the heavy metal CD.

10) A heavy song with good singing. *sigh*...if only _The Height of Callousness_ had come out before this compilation was made.

11) An extremely hardcore song from one of the only Christian metal bands that cusses(!)

12) Another hardcore song that sounds a bit retro, like from the late '80s.

13) A heavy song from Motorhead. The vocals leave something to be desired, but at least the riffs have some melody.

14) I haven't listened to this one lately, but it's pretty darn hardcore.

15) One of the only heavy metal songs that I describe as "beautiful."

So overall, not bad. This compilation is billed as being "The hardest, heaviest CD of all time!" Well, not really. Pick up something by Testament of S.O.D. and then we'll see who's heavier. I don't understand why there are so many pop songs on here, (I am the Bullgod, Edgecrusher, Black, From this Day, Spit it Out, Living Dead Girl, Counterfeit, Detached) though I guess they're trying to appeal to as many people as possible. I also don't get why so many of the remixes made the songs LESS hardcore, and most of the songs seemed to be the band's 2nd heaviest song, rather than their 1st. It needs work, but it's pretty good with a mix of Christian and secular music, rap/alternative/industrial/stoner/power/death/'80s rock and metal, live versions, mixes, edits, etc. This CD is often in my player.

3-0 out of 5 stars A mixed bag depending on what you call "heavy" or "metal"
It's amazing a compilation filled with so much trend metal can have a lot of great stuff on it too. While there is a load of garbage from Kid Rock, Limp Bizkit, P.O.D., and Coal Chamber, there are some surprising bands on here I thought I'd never see on a mainstream release like Amorphis, Nevermore, Neurosis, Nothingface, and Motorhead. The standout trakcs are from those bands and Monster Magnet's excellent cover of Iggy & The Stooges "Gimme Danger" and Megadeth's cover of "Anarchy in the U.K." from their "So Far, So Good, So What!" album, and Sevendust's live version of "Black" is good too and captures them perfectly live. All in all a mixed bag depending on your tastes.

1-0 out of 5 stars A bummer from the bargain bin
i bought this for like three bucks becuz it had queens of the stone age and monster magnet covering "gimme danger" by the stooges on it. too bad the rest was just a bunch of nu metal bands with dredlocks and jumpsuits.the qotsa song was good though....

1-0 out of 5 stars a bummer from the bargain bin
i bought this for like three bucks becuz it had queens of the stone age and a stooges cover by monster magnet on it. too bad the rest of this was just a bunch of nu metal bands with dredlocks and jumpsuits....the qotsa song was good though

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty darned good, but could have been a bit better
This CD is one of the hardest, heaviest CDs I own. If you're a budding rock fan, this is definitely something you'd want to pick up. However, the only thing I don't understand about this compilation is the selection of songs. Now don't get me wrong, I like this compilation, but the makers of this CD seemed to be striving for each band's SECOND heaviest song. If I were to have made this compilation, I would have replaced "I Am The Bullgod" with "Bawitdaba," "Gimme Danger" with "Look To Your Orb For The Warning," left "Edgecrusher" unmixed, omitted "From This Day," omitted "Under The Surface," either left "Counterfeit" unmixed or replaced it with "Nookie" (I don't like the lyrics to that one but at least it's loud), omitted "Living Dead Girl," replaced "Wisconsin Death Trip" with either "Push It" or "I'm With Stupid," omitted "Anarchy In The U.K.," and added Rage Against the Machine's "Bombtrack." OTher than that, these two CDs are A OK. ... Read more

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