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Hellbilly Deluxe [Clean] [Edited]

  • 1. Call of the Zombie
    2. Superbeast
    3. Dragula
    4. Living Dead Girl
    5. Perversion 99
    6. Demonoid Phenomenon
    7. Spookshow Baby
    8. How to Make a Monster
    9. Meet the Creeper
    10. Ballad of Resurrection Joe and Rosa Whore, The
    11. What Lurks on Channel X?
    12. Return of the Phantom Stranger
    13. Beginning of the End, The
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 25305

  • Credits
    ProducerRob Zombie; Scott Humphrey
    EngineerFrank Gryner; Scott Humphrey

    Personnel: Rob Zombie (vocals); Danny Lohner, Mark Matcho (guitar, bass); Riggs (guitar); Blasko (bass); Tempesta, Tommy Lee (drums); Scott Humphrey, Paul DeCarli (programming).
    Recorded at The Chop Shop, Hollywood, California.
    "Superbeast" was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance.
    Personnel: Rob Zombie (vocals); Danny Lohner, Riggs, Mark Matcho (guitar); Tommy Lee, Tempesta (drums); Scott Humphrey, Paul DeCarli (programming).
    Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; Scott Humphrey.
    From the dark and twistedly clever mind of Rob Zombie, HELLBILLY DELUXE is an interesting concoction of industrial metal and hard rock. Throw in B-movie obsessions, brilliant, comic book-type art and fantasy-derived lyrics and you'll just begin to scratch the surface of what makes Rob Zombie tick. A throw back to the days of classic album cover art, HELLBILLY DELUXE contains a 24-page CD booklet with drawings and artwork from Zombie. "I grew up in the heyday of cool record packaging. Now, you open the record and you get nothing. I always feel cheated," said Zombie. Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee makes an appearance on two songs ("Resurrection Joe" and "Meet the Creeper"). Other tracks that show Zombie's mastery of shock-rock are "Superbeast," "Demonoid Phenomenon" and "What Lurks on Channel X." Fans of Zombie's previous albums will not be disappointed by this horror-core creation.

  • Critic Reviews
    Rolling Stone (9/3/98, p.102) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...pulverizing hard-rock riffs propelled by drums and electronic percussion, a sonic assault that, under all the bombast, is as meticulously arranged as any Whitney Houston track..."
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