7 Fucks out of 10.
The re-issue comes in a cardboard sleeve,
which is just a band photo, and the name of the band and album. The actual
CD cover looks like a red doll on an operating table as the band looks
in the window.
Fucks out of 10.
For a band that has such a visual image
and gimmick, the booklet could have been a bit better. It's not that
spooky, not that humorous, and it's nothing you haven't seen before.
I do like the photos of each band member on a slate in a morque. It
has lyrics, thanks, and credits. Reading the lyrics to these songs is
the best part.
Fucks out of 10.
The original CD had 15 tracks and this re-issue
has another 6 songs, bringing the total up to 21! New songs include
"Let's Fuck," "I Take Drugs," "I Love To Say
Fuck," "Crash Crash," "Welcome To The Strange,"
and a great cover of Billy Idol's "White Wedding."
The lyrics to "Let's Fuck" rule. Here's a sample:
"Bitch slap the slut and I don't care
And when I'm done I'll kick your fucking ass down the stairs,
probably thinking, "that sounds like a ballad" but you're
wrong, it's not. All
the lyrics here are entertaining and I think "motherfucker"
is used in almost every song. Musicially, every song is full speed ahead
and the topics deal with killing people, grave robbing, death, killing
Miss America, hate, the dead coming back to life, drugs, and other Rob
Zombie like topics. What's not to love?
also includes a DVD. The DVD includes:
1. I Love To Say Fuck (Live)
2. Dead In Hollywood
3. Love At First Fright
4. White Wedding
me mention that myself, Jani Bon Neil, is featured in the video for
"White Wedding!" We did a report on this a few months back
Here. That automatically means this is a must have for all Sludgeaholics.