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21. The New Danger
by Geffen Records
Audio CD (12 October, 2004)
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Asin: B00030EEO0
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Open your minds!
This album is amazing! and if you havent bought it yet and are considering it.Let me just tell you quickly, that it is an experimental album...but the experiment is an INCREDIBLE SUCCESS.
1-0 out of 5 stars the new rubbish
its a good thing i downloaded this for free. because aint no way in hell i'd buy it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Lets just say its not what mos def fanz are use too.
This dude went "far out there" on this LP.I was expecting the same smooth flow from Black on Both Sides. But I got something totally different from this one. If you are not into "Rock Hip Hop"This anit for you.The singing on this LP anit good either.But if you love Different music buy it. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Alternative Rap    2. East Coast Rap    3. Hip-Hop    4. Political Rap    5. Pop    6. Rap    7. Rap & Hip-Hop    8. Rap-Rock   


22. Kid Rock
by Atlantic / Wea
Audio CD (11 November, 2003)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Is Kid Rock about to drop the first half of his stage moniker? Some alarmingly mature cuts on his sixth album, addressing the woes of single parenthood ("Single Dad") and painful separations ("Cold and Empty," a cover of Bob Seger's "Hard Night For Sarah"), might suggest so. But that's only part of the story. As Rock reiterates on "Son of Detroit," a butt-kicking revamp of David Allan Coe's "Son of the South," "I like country, soul, rock and roll, and I love me some hip-hop." Yet compared to his previous work, that last flavor takes a back seat to the other three: Hank Williams, Jr. drops by for the swaggering "Cadillac Pussy," Bad Company's "Feel Like Makin' Love" gets a gritty nu-metal update, and ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd receive shout outs. Have no fear, fans--even as he reconciles having a child with acting like one, the Kid still lives to rock. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD
I love this CD it shows Kidd's diversity which is what I enjoy most about him.Favorite tune is track 14 Go back to LA wonder what Pam thinks of this song now that they are married!

5-0 out of 5 stars Bobby Richie
This album is kick a$$.A mix of good rock & roll,hip hop,and some country.Buy this cd you will love it i promise.

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST CD YET
I hope to god that kid makes another CD. His earlier CDs shower not nearly as much potential as this. This CD had 3 hits (feel like makin love, cold and empty & jackson mississippi) but the whole CD was a hit. every single song was great, unlike his others where only a few were bad. Buy this CD if you would like to see a more mature side of kid rock.
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23. Greatest Hitz
by Geffen Records
Audio CD (08 November, 2005)
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Sales Rank: 13232
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars My conversation with Fred Durst
Me: Hey fred, I have some good news
1-0 out of 5 stars limp bizkit : heavy metal's heaviest band!
cannibal corpse, slayer, shadows fall, suffocation, children of bodom, napalm death........ are NOTHING compared to the greatness of Limp Bizkit.

1-0 out of 5 stars Only after eight years?? Wimp Biscuits..
1997-2003, the era of music we'd all like to forget. Limp Bizkit was adored by kids everywhere (and hated by more), Metallica went from Alternica to NUtallica and completely desecrated their 80's image with St.Anger, Emo begins polluting airwaves (my chemical romance, fall-out-boy). Now, we got this joke, ''Hitz''.
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24. The Great Milenko
by Island
Audio CD (12 August, 1997)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Comedy hip-hop generally takes the low route, doing either physical humor (cf. The Fat Boys) or a litany of cheap-shots and potty-talk (cf. 2 Live Crew). Insane Clown Posse does both. But they're also side-splittingly funny for a couple listens--and pretty good with the beats and samples besides. The concept's like this: These two white guys have a vision of global unity that has something to do with dressing as clowns and spraying soda all over everything. They're, like, dead or something, so they have supernatural powers, and each album they put out represents a card in this eternal trump hand that'll call God back to earth when it's all collected together. If you can think of anything funnier on the spot, go get a record deal. Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Not as bad as some would have you think
The Insane Clown Posse was and still is somewhat of an anomaly.They've gone platinum, gold, and amassed a huge loyal following.They've done this independently, and without any critical acclaim, or any very good albums.But their albums, this one especially, aren't as bad as some would have you to believe.They also aren't nearly as good as some would have you believe. Nevertheless they are entertaining and some of the songs actually bump.I liked this a lot more when I was thirteen, but I can still throw it in occasionally (7 years later) and enjoy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars ICP' FINEST.
To be perfectly blunt, Im not much of a rap fan, I've grown to depise modern hip hop as a whole in recent years with talentless hacks such as 50 cent and Eminem making a mockery of the once interseting genre. But one rap group I can honestly say i do like are the insane clown posse. Although Recent releses seem to be lacking in the creativity department this album along with the Riddlebox are the best they ever put out. The great Milenkowill always be their best known album it was the one that exposed them to a national audience and became their first platinum record. The great Milenko has some of the best cuts include Hokus Pokus, How many times, Hall of illusins, house of horrors,Hallelujah and down with the clown. Many critics have slammed the album for it violent content but its all done in a humerous entertaining fashion very much like a Tarantino movie. Peronally i think its one of the funniest, creative records I've ever heard its most certainly one of the best of the rap genre. If the skits dont crack you up I dont know wat will.
5-0 out of 5 stars great milenko, great milenko
I recently bought this album and man this is their best s$$t ever. the are lyrics are great and so are the beats and I finally realize why this cause controversy. this cd as a lot of songs but the ones that standout are piggie pie, how many times, southwest voodoo, halls of illusions and many more. ... Read more

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25. Among the Living
by Island
Audio CD (15 June, 1990)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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If Metallica and Slayer invented speed metal, Anthrax brought it to the East Coast and imbued it with the attitude and excitement of New York hardcore. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Anthrax hitting midstride
This album was the second full album with the upstart Joey Belladonna on Pipes for anthrax.This was also one of the most profound albums of the New York/east coast thrash scene.Chances are, if you have heard an anthrax son, it's probably from this album.This layed the way for the next three albums/ep's with I'm the Man, State of Euphoria, and Persistance of Time to come after this.State of Euphoria was a let down for some fans (not me, I think it is good in it's own way) secondarilly to the tighness of this album.Highlights include Caught in a Mosh, and the ever powerfull "Indians".But the best song on the album is about Judge Dread and "I AM THE LAW".Even among these classic tunes, anthrax shows their light side with EFILNIKUFESIN, much like the later tunes like the song "startin up a posse" or the cover tune "friggin in the riggin" or the stuff done on S.O.D. Get this album.If you saw them live for the first time this summer on tour with rob zombie, welcome to the club!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Anthrax's best
Among the Living is one of the best thrash metal CDs around. Great riffs combined with good musicianship and strong vocals from Joey Belladonna put it above a lot of other bands. Anthrax added more melody compared to their early work like Fistful of Metal and Belladonna is a major upgrade as a singer. Lyrically they went all over from American Indians to comic book characters, but also added some humor into the mix. The bass line from Caught in a Mosh and the guitar riff from Indians are enough for you to buy this CD and the rest is icing on the cake.

5-0 out of 5 stars I'M THE WALKING DUUDE!
Classic album (I do have the cd and the album, but nothing like popcorn with some good music)Bello's bassing is amazing and his energy level is off the CHAIN! Charlie's drumming is like no other! Scott is a mad man moshing all over the stage (when this record came out). Spitz soloing is-well, PERFECT, PERIOD! And Joey. What can be said about Joey that has not been already been said? I'm glad he's back with the (2nd) original line-up. I still listen to this cd regularly. John Bush was great also but this is Bellodanno's band. I've seen them when Danny Lilker was playing with them at L'AMORE'S IN Brooklyn (BROOKLYN, STAND UP). One of the BEST thrash bands, EVER! Metallica (with Cliff!), Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax. Those are the fore-fathers of thrash! Get at me if you think NOT.--- NOT.--- NOT. ... Read more

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26. 311
by Volcano
Audio CD (25 July, 1995)
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Asin: B00005ABHH
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Razor-sharp guitars, hip-hop and funk rhythms, and healthy doses of ska and dance-hall reggae make this one of the most surprising albums to come out of the American heartland. But what's most remarkable about 311's breakthrough release is its enlightened attitude: In an otherwise terminally aggro style of music, where everyone strives to be harder than each other, 311 put down deadly weaponry on "Guns (Are for Pussies)." "Hive," meanwhile, disses hard drug use (but they're pro-hemp, of course), and "Misdirected Hostility" encourages, of all things, positivity ("All that angst sh*t is just cheesy"). Vocalist Nick Hexum and rapper Doug "S.A." Martinez trade lines with ease, and the band dexterously shifts gears between heavy tracks like "Down" and "Brodels," the frantic "Jackolantern's Weather," and the laid-back "All Mixed Up" and "Sweet." Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars what defined this band
311's most sucessful released depended upon how the listeners would pick up on the the new sound of rock/rap that started to get somewhat popular in the mid 90's.
4-0 out of 5 stars Sounding A Bit Dated These Days, But Still Good Fun Anyways.
I used to love 311's self-titled album (otherwise known as "The Blue Album"), and I mean, LOVE it. When 311 first came out, there was nothing like them out there. Aside from coming up with other reggae influenced acts such as No Doubt and Sublime, they also helped to build the rap-rock genre at the same time. On top of that, while most everyone was moping around, feeling sorry for themselves, 311 were re-inforcing a positive message. A truly multifaceted band if ever there was one. However, in 2006, I have to be honest with myself and say that "The Blue Album" just does not stand the test of time as well as one would think.
4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not their best
Actually, I used to think this was one of their worst albums until I listened to it more closely a couple years ago.It does have some very solid songs on it.I don't care how much radio play it got, All Mixed Up is one of my favorite songs from the band.It makes me feel relxed regardless of the mood I'm in, especially the beginning.Random and Brodels are two other great songs that I never get sick of. And there's a collection of other decent songs (Hive, Jackolanter's Weather, Loco, Purpose, and Misdirected Hostility are all good).The only reason I don't think this is a 5 star album is for all the filler. The last three songs aren't that great IMO.Still, this is a worthy album to buy for sure.
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27. The History of Rock
Audio CD (30 May, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars ClassicKid Rock
This CD is all of kid's best songs from his 1993 Polyfuze Method and the 1996 release E.M.S.P. Here's my review of all the songs:
3-0 out of 5 stars Buy the PA Explicit Edition!
The reasons I got this CD edited are as follows:
5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT FOLLOW UP TO DWAC!
WO! Kid does have some hits up his sleeve. AMerican Bad A** was great but this album goes really deep into his earlier stuff from albums like Early Morning Stoned Pimp and Polyfuse Method. I don't have those CDs yet but i plan on getting them. The album History of Rock deserves a round of applause from fans and a kick in the face to his dad and anyone else who doesn't already support him.
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28. What Hits!?
by Capitol
Audio CD (29 September, 1992)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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An overview of the Red Hot Chili Peppers' formative 1984 to 1989 stint with EMI Records, Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Only for Well informed Chili peppers fanatics
You know a few days ago I had a chili peppers revelation.I didn't own any of their CDs, however I remembered how catchy the album "Californiacation" sounded when I went over to my friends houses and I remember also lovin' "under the bridge."I noticed that there was the highly priced greatest hits compilation, and then there as the below 10 dollars "amazon 5 star" rated "What Hits?!"I bought it with the intent of hearing a lot of songs like under the bridge.That song is on black sugar sex maghik, and not being an avid fan yet, I thought it would be less risky buying the best of collection. I love funk.The peppers are very original (when they aren'tgiving 5 covers) Most songs are from tyhe 80's and thoughremotely catchy, I wasn't able to latch on and enjoy it.Avid fans will probably love this - most songs charted.But fans familiar with californiacation and newer stuff will consider this fluff.

5-0 out of 5 stars The RHCP's Days of Yore
What Hits!? (with it's nicely sarcastic title) is next to WB's Greatest Hits CD, the second best RHCP contemplation album. Spanning from 1984 to 1991, this features some of the Chili's best fan-favorite songs, incompasing everything from the funk/rock/rap/sex/mayhem of the 1980's to the sentimental classic "Under the Bridge". So without further ado, the review.
5-0 out of 5 stars Old Chili's!
This album is a comilation of the most popular older Red Hot Chili Peppers songs, I must say I really enjoy old RHCP, new RHCP is great, no doubt, but old RHCP is a lot louder, more fun, more my style of music. Hillel Slovak rocks on guitar, it really is a shame he died before the band became a major sucess, and Flea is just slapping the crap out of his bass more so than on any new RHCP record, Anthony Kiedis really diverts his voice, he never sounds the same on one song, original drummer Jack Irons is admittedly no Chad Smith, but he's good enough. Best songs are "Fight Like A Brave", "Backwoods", "True Men Don't Kill Coyotes", "The Brothers Cup", and of course "Under The Bridge", warning to new RHCP fans, you will be shocked when you here this album, but you will love it, GET IT! ... Read more

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29. S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
Audio CD (20 November, 2001)
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Sales Rank: 9623
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Masterpiece
I think it was 98 or 99 when I first heard this and immediately I was blown away and hooked on the band.Something like all the creative energy/quality of Faith No More, Fishbone, Living Colour etc... at their best drawn into one lively, exciting group.Great and intelligent vocals, strong riffs and playing, but a dynamite clear and highly progressive sound: something like Sevendust meets Sigue Sigue Sputnik - if that makes any sense: not like either but they play real instruments well and they have intense detail to timing: the dynamic changes in the music and so on.
5-0 out of 5 stars The Original Incubus
This is what Incubus was back in the days of 1997. "S.C.I.E.N.C.E." is probably my favorite album that Incubus has ever put out. The album has so much variety from jazzy tracks like "Summer Romance" to funky tracks like "Magic Medicine" to harder tracks like "New Skin". I'm a huge fan of them and enjoy pretty much everything they have done. "Make Yourself" had once been my favorite until I discovered "S.C.I.E.N.C.E." not so long ago. It now stands as one of my all time favorite records. My favorite tracks are probably "New Skin", "Vitamin", "Idiot Box", and "Calgone". Here are my track ratings... 4-0 out of 5 stars Riding the Cliché
Well, this cd is great for what it is. A catchy up-tempo sing along. Incubus isn't doing anything here that hasn't been done before, as least as far as song structure goes, but they do it very well.You know the whole verse, catchy hook, verse, catchy hook, musical interlude, catchy hook, next song.Anyway, it's all good.
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30. Judgment Night: Music From The Motion Picture
Audio CD (14 September, 1993)
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Sales Rank: 7072
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Forgot about this one
The movie sucked, but the soundtrack was a concept album that sadly went unnoticed.Before morons like Limp Biskit and Linkin Park ruined the rap/rock genre, this was probably the best all-around album of its kind, up there with the first couple Rage Against the Machine records.Standouts include what I consider Helmet's best song ever, "Just Another Victim," which is really two songs cut in half, with House of Pain borrowing the riff to make the latter minutes into great old-school hip hop.Slayer and Ice-T, Cypress Hill with Pearl Jam (the latter whom I usually HATE), and a brilliantly disturbing teaming of Faith No More and Boo-Yaa Tribe for "Another Body Murdered" (the first FNM song recorded after they fired original guitarist Jim Martin) are among the tightest and most intense here.Just stay away from the retarded title track by Onyx and Biohazard, it blows.

5-0 out of 5 stars The only good rap-rock ever recorded
Good rap-rock is rarer than giant diamonds.This here is the Koh-i-Noor of the genre.What?

5-0 out of 5 stars The best album no one knows about......Period!
I got this album back in '93 when it was new and over the years I lost it.I recently rebought it and I must say it is still an awesome album even by todays standard.The rap/rock merge on this album sounds really natural.Helmet and House of Pain rock!But to me the best song is Faith no More and Boo Ya Tribe's Another Body Murdered.I can't say enough good things about this album, it was the only good thing to come out of the Judgment Night movie, thats for damn sure!!!If you want something that rocks with an old school sound, give it a shot!It's cheap enough! ... Read more

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31. Fungus Amongus
Audio CD (07 November, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Different, oh but still wonderful
This album is absolutely nothing like Science, nothing like morning view, nothing like make yourself, and nothing like clotm.Ya know what, the same could be said of any of those albums.Every Incubus album is something completely differet.Hard and fast on Make Yourself, Melodic on morning view, kinda screwy and melodic on science and very deep and melodic for clotm.You get something new everytime, if you really enjoy incubus youll find something to enjoy in all their albums.Sure, Fungus doesnt have the technical musical talent or vocal talent, but its intense and fun.Exactly what those guys wanted when they were 17, all about weed and shrooms and having fun.If thats the mood your in pickup fungus.If your in the mood for something more meaningful grab something after science.Anyways, Incubus always has something to offer, theres no reason to argue over which album is better.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good but not for casual Incubus fans
Incubus has always created interesting music even way back in the days of "Fungus Amongus". Sound wise, it's slightly different than the Incubus we know and love today. This is way back when they were just young kids trying to emulate their favorite bands. It would be a few more years until Incubus started to invent their own sound. The album does manage to satisfy most Incubus fans. My favorite tracks on this album would probably have to be "You Will Be A Hot Dancer", "Trouble In 421", "Sink Beneath The Line", and of course "Hilikus". Here are my track ratings for the album...
5-0 out of 5 stars too bad they'd stray far away from this sound by S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
first, a disclaimer: i am not a big fan of anything that incubus released after enjoy. SCIENCE and MAKE YOURSELF are good albums, but not great like FUNGUS is. i am not a fan of modern mainstream rock, and thats all that this band had become by 1998. however, FUNGUS AMONGUS (along with the similar ENJOY! EP) is probably my favorite album of the 1990's. the sound the band had here is much different than that of their later recordings, and reviewers are not too far off by saying it is akin to PRIMUS, RHCP, and MR. BUNGLE all rolled into one (which is a direct quote from the liner notes of the disc, may I add). but there's more to it than that. its funky, heavy, and it flows along very well. mike's guitar leads are nothing to write home about in terms of technical aspects, but his tone and execution are incredible. dirk's slap bass reigns supreme as well. i'd compare this more to JAM BAND music than the "modern rock" incubus have become associated with these days. the feelgood, energetic vibe of the guitar lines, the tones of the instruments, the psychedelic feel of the whole thing, and the overall funkiness. sort of like, headseed-era MOE. mixed with a bit of PRIMUS for extra heaviness. but unlike most jam bands (MOST), INCUBUS aren't at all boring. the vibe is intense. these days, they are praised for their good looks and brandon boyd's pretentious, whiny, "introspective and deep" songwriting. and thats all they have anymore. but in 1996, they were just 4 stoned teenagers jamming out on some feel-good muzak about eating shrooms and girls with ants in their pink tacos (she shoulda worn underpants!). they carried this sound sooo well, they never should have gotten so serious about things because the loose, jammy vibe of this album is exactly what they are suited for. its just fun, trippy music that doesnt necessarily mean anything at all. its not going to make you think, and is best listened to after a hearty meal of psilocybin containing fungal growths. and its most definitely not a pretentious piece of modern art rock trash that teenage girls cry over, and scenesters find to be "deep" and "meaningful". this is the real incubus, folks, before they tried to prove something unidentifiable to the world. ... Read more

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32. Soundsystem
by Volcano
Audio CD (12 October, 1999)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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When "Down" shot up the singles charts in 1996, it was the culmination of eight years of hard work for Nebraska-bred, Los Angeles-based 311. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars GREATEST Albums of the '90s
If I was stranded on a desert island and I could have one album to listen to, it would be SOUNDSYSTEM.
5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
I love this album.I think 3 of my top 10 favorite songs from this band are on here.Flowing is great, I absolutely love the harmonizing and sound.Sever has great lyrics and probably my favorite chours from the band.Plus, I love the little guitar solo outro at the end.And Mindspin, while a fairly average song for the first two minutes, finishes with maybe my favorite piece of music in the history of music.The ending of that song is absolutely brilliant.Add those songs with a bunch of other solid songs (Freeze Time, Come Original, Life's Not a Race, Large in the Margain) and it easily makes the album 5* to me.Plus, the other songs aren't all that bad either.In fact, the only song I really dislike on the album is Can't Fade Me.This is definitely in the upper echolon of 311 albums for me.
5-0 out of 5 stars An All Time 311 Bestseller!
This is one of 311's top albums.If you are just getting to know them, or just haven't invested in this album yet, now is the time.
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33. And the Rest Will Follow
by Tooth & Nail Records
Audio CD (27 September, 2005)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as Songs to Burn your bridges by.
I think this albu is solid and pretty good, put is seemed to have lost a little of the agressivness and amazingness that made songs to burn your bridges by such and awsome album. But the CD still rocks my socks pretty good so if youre a P86 fan buy and if your not buy it anyway. Best songs have got to be 1,2, and 7

5-0 out of 5 stars No Holds Barred
I like my music hard, dark, honest, and original.Project 86 has been one of the more consistent acts in recent years to meet all those criteria.Then...they give us an album like "And the Rest Will Follow."
5-0 out of 5 stars This CD IS AMAZING
I have listened to many cd's. I have heard many bands. No one comes close to how amazing this band is. Since their first cd, no one has been as lyrically diverse as them. This cd, though not as hard as their previous stuff, will blow your shoes clean off of your feet. This is the best cd you will never hear about on tv this year. ... Read more

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34. No Stranger to Shame
Audio CD (24 September, 2002)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Uncle Kracker might have rap-rock numbskull Kid Rock to thank for putting him on the map, but with the release of his solid sophomore set, the Michigan mauler can stand up and take a bow. For not only is Uncle Kracker the most Southern-sounding musician ever to emerge from the edge of the Great Lakes, he's also one of the most versatile. As such, Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Stop making music you piggy-backing tonedeaf wonder
Listen to this CD, then listen to anything off "Double-Wide". Notice anything new? Didn't think so.
1-0 out of 5 stars Only one good song...
There is only one good song on the C.D.! Don't get it, it is a waste of money.

4-0 out of 5 stars Easily flowing between rock, soul, funk, C&W and rap...
This is an excellent album. Who would have thought that Kid Rock's turntabilist could put out such a solid effort? This album is very diverse, easily flowing between rock, soul, funk, C&W and rap. He has a nice voice, very reminiscent of John Melloncamp. He even does a duet with Dobie Gray on the classic Drift Away. ... Read more

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35. Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium
Audio CD (21 November, 2003)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Sometimes good sometimes great...
but never bad.Buy it just to play loud and feel like you're not really a complete sell-out (even though you are).

5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD
I loved Rage Against the Machine before this album, but this album made them my favorite band ever.It blew me away right from the start with "bulls on parade".The intro to that song works perfectly with the bass that would later start it off.This album might have been the worst thing that has happened to Rage.Because after listening to all those songs live, it made their studio versions sound quieter and not as energetic and fun.Especially songs like "born of a broken man" and "know your enemy".Most of the songs were nailed perfectly like "killing in the name", "calm like a bomb", and "testify".I think that is just a tribute to the band and shows how talented they are.Zack is very explosive and i love how he changes his singing styles. I could just feel all of his emotion in "FREEDOM!"
5-0 out of 5 stars (4.5 stars) Not a Greatest Hits album--better!
A couple of years ago, I was beginning to wonder if Rage Against the Machine were ever going to release a Greatest Hits album. After all, they were a very popular and influential and innovative group, and I'm sure Zach de la Rocha misses the income (no matter how much he is against money/greed/wealth).
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36. Eat at Whitey's
by Rhino / Ada
Audio CD (17 October, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Everlast continues defying the odds with his sophomore CD. The former House of Pain frontman and Ice-T sidekick defied the odds in 1998 with the chart-topping Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars I'll have seconds.
I just recently got "Eat At Whitey's", and am glad I did. It's actually the third solo disc of his, and second since House Of Pain. Fans of his "Whitey Ford Sings The Blues" album should like this as well, as it's another good mix of guitars and rhymes. I really like the opener alot, and "Black Jesus" was the hit from this, though not what I would call the best song. "I Can't Move" is a nice mid-paced track, and you gotta love "Deadly Assassins" with B-Real from Cypress Hill. The "Dinner" side of this album is equally good, my favorite songs being "One And The Same", "One Two", and "Graves To Dig". Overall I hesitate to say this is as good as "Whitey Ford", but I will definitely be eating at Whitey's again.

4-0 out of 5 stars An interesting Album that impresses if you let it!
How do you begin this review? Everlast started out in House of Pain back in the day and then when they dropped off the face of the earth Everlast came with a blues/rock album that received a fair amount of praise. Then there was this, his sophomore effort. While not a bad album it does not always flow that smoothly. He opens with "Whitey" an interesting intro that you could totally see Bubba Sparxxx tear apart, but in all fairness this is the only time that Everlast sounds good over a beat on the album. The rest of the album goes back and forth between guitar based tracks and more traditional rap tracks. His style of rapping over rock beats has been done before but he sounds better than most.He is at his best playing a mellow blues riff and kind of half singing half rapping his verses. This album is by no means bad and actually it is pretty good but he should have ditched the rapping altogether, even if Kurupt sounds damn good on their duet "One, Two (12)."

3-0 out of 5 stars Im "....at whitey's" but the food not so good this time!!
Let me start off by saying im a HUGE EVERLAST fan so this album disapointed me....just a little. After hearing his near perfect creation that is "whitey ford sings the blues" i was dying for more. What i loved about ".....sings the blues" was that it had an even balance of rap tracks and str8 up guitar songs. Unfortunately this time its more than 80% guitar and only 20% rap. Dont get me wrong, the songs are mostly top quality, but some of them i felt were mediocre at best such as "put your lights on", "mercy on my soul", "love for real" and "children's story" (which i never liked anyway). BUT the thing is, when he gets it right, EVERLAST gets it really right!!!! The best on the album are "whitey", "i cant move", "black coffee", "babylon feeling" and "one,two". The others i didnt mention are solid efforts but not standouts. ... Read more

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37. Double Wide
Audio CD (13 June, 2000)
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Sales Rank: 4301
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Uncle kracker
The CD is awesome. I saw him in concert a couple of times this year and had to buy the cd.

5-0 out of 5 stars Uncle Kracker * follow M*These are my thoughts on a
These are my thoughts on a cd called uncle kracker. On e song on the cd is Follow Me track 4. This song is a slow song but it is one you would like. This cd was dedicated to is daughter named Skylar. If I had to rate this track I would rate it a 5 out of a 5. A overall rating of the best would be an A. 5-0 out of 5 stars Actually 4 and a half
I never been a fan of rap, until I sat down and listened to this CD (especially Heaven).Also instantly becoming a Kid Rock fan as well, whom is featured in two of these tracks.Intro made me laugh out loud for some reason I can't explain.Better Days is a good song, but I'll admit, it got kinda annoying after three minutes.What Chu' Lookin at is my second favourite on this CD for it's mellow verse.Follow Me was the song I listened to this Cd for.Heaven is now my all time favourite song.Steaks N' Shrimp was my least favourite on the CD, but I didn't hate it.Who's Your Uncle? was also not a favourite, but not horrible.Whiskey and Water is my favourite rap/ blues songs I've heard, the only one I've heard too.Yeah Yeah Yeah was good for the mellow, and some of the rap made me laugh.Aces and 8's, tells a good story and is sinister enough for my usual taste.You Can't Take Me is a great way to end this clasic in the Hip Hop/Punk Rock culture. ... Read more

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38. WWE Forceable Entry
Audio CD (26 March, 2002)
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The tagline emblazoned across the top of this latest WWF album's cover reads, "All New WWF Superstar Themes That Rock!" And on any compilation where songs by Limp Bizkit and Marilyn Manson are unremarkable for their fast pace and fury, it can be safely said that all of the songs do Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars This is a Wrestling CD? Wow its actually pretty Good......
This is definitly the best wrestling CD out there mainly becuase it has so many bands that i love. Union Underground, Drowing Pool And Saliva Are 3 of my favorite bands.
5-0 out of 5 stars Best CD ever!!!!
I loved this cd! Some songs were crappy, but hey the rest was good. Here are my ratings:
5-0 out of 5 stars head-bangin joint
this album is tight...better cop it
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39. The Gift of Game
Audio CD (09 November, 1999)
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From Run-D.M.C.'s unlikely courtship of Aerosmith to Anthrax's union with Public Enemy, seemingly polar opposites have spawned a whole musical genre popularized by the likes of Korn, Limp Bizkit, and Kid Rock. Crazy Town's Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
This has to be simply the best I have heard in a while. I can't understand why this band is getting bad reviews? It has to be Jealousy. I have listened to this cd over and over again and I can never get tired of it. I can't wait for Crazy Town to produce a 3rd cd,their 2nd cd Darkhorse is great also. This is the first band that I enjoyed every song on both their cd's. Perfect would be my review. If you can't appreciate their music you have no taste at all for good quality music. I love Crazy Town, I have lived these songs out. I can't describe it but it seems like every song is about me. Unbelievable!!!! I want to see these guys live WOW.

1-0 out of 5 stars Its not even metal
I remember hearing that after people bood them off stage at Ozzfest. This band was only popular with girls. If you have ever seen the Orange County movie you'd see why, because that song was idolized like other [...]thay year. Butterfly was unbearable and corny. thats why I no longer bother watching MTV. Hell, just to borrow something off Kommisar's playbook, if anyone of those fans listened to Sepultura, they would start to die a cold death in agony because the shock to their toxified pop music bodies would destroy them instantly and render them helpless. I recommend you stockpile some Slayer, Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Pantera, Lamb of God, Tool, Sepultura and some Danzig instead of crazytown
1-0 out of 5 stars the spice girls of nu-metal
Some kid just told me that Crazy Town is the best metal band. I would have killed him but that would be illegal and I dont want to go to prison for killing a kid. Anyways I looked them up on here to write a review and someone is selling this for 1 cent. That says it all. I was subjected to hearingit a long time ago in school all they are is a bunch of limp dick impersonators. They couldnt play a guitar if there life depended on it. They cant even rap for that matter. I dont want to sound racist (...) (...) Real rappers just laugh at this or they exploit white rappers like Feminem because they know that millions of braindead mtv addicted welfare wiggers will buy it up.
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40. Out in L.A.
by Capitol
Audio CD (01 November, 1994)
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Sales Rank: 9202
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Some interesting work, but ultimately superflous.
A disjoint collection of demos, remixes, and live tracks, most of which surfaced as b-sides or ended up as bonus tracks to the recent remasters of the early Red Hot Chili Peppers catalog, "Out in L.A." is of limited value.I'll approach each of the three portions of the recording on its own.
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. ... Read more

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