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81. Bizzar
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82. Results May Vary
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83. High Society
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84. Sarsippius' Ark
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85. Take a Bite Outta Rhyme: A Rock
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86. Volume 8: The Threat Is Real
87. Okeeblow
88. S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
89. Menace to Sobriety
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91. Orange County
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92. F.T.F.O.
93. Trik Turner
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81. Bizzar
by Island
Audio CD (31 October, 2000)
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Asin: B000050HS6
Sales Rank: 63991
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars same review i gave bizaar
Judging fairly, i have to say i like both bizaar and bizzar and they should have just come as a two disc set so as not to confuse some of the other a--holes that don't know the difference. although this album does have a few songs i wouldn't call great, the majority of the album is just absolutely great. I liked the songs pendulum's promise and crystal ball off the other album the most. they had the most important message over the entire CDs. i was just disappointed that i couldn't have those songs by themselves instead of with all the extra hidden songs at the end of the albums. i thought those extra songs were a good addition and would have thought they would have been better if added as extra tracks rather then having to fast forward over quite a bit of empty space.
5-0 out of 5 stars tight
yall crazy who ever dont like it my axe is all 808 so dont rock it too hard plus radio stars is a funny song i give this cd
5-0 out of 5 stars Bizzar!!! a juggalo's dream
the bizzar's are my favorite albums outside the jokers cards bc almost all the songs are juggalo anthems.a lotta people dont like it and claim it as the "decay of icp" but thats bc you dont understand it.it was made for full blooded to the bone juggalos and therefore only they will understand it.another masterpiece of the greatest rap duo ever the icp. great from start to finish.fav song juggalo paradise and mr. happy...one of the funniest songs they have come out with yet.a must buy for all juggalos.this is the juggalos album.support the icp and all psychopathic artists.this is the real underground baby.MCL for all the juggalo family ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rap & Hip-Hop    3. Rap-Metal    4. Rap-Rock    5. Rock/Pop   


82. Results May Vary
by Interscope Records
Audio CD (23 September, 2003)
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Asin: B0000C7PRS
Sales Rank: 26171
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars The suckiest sucks that ever sucked
Lets make this short and sweet. Fred has very awful vocals in this one, can,t growl, scream and his melodic singing in worse than what you get in a karoeoke bar. The guitarring without Wes(he is not that great inside of Limp Bikit eitherway) is just below bland. Bass and drumming is as good as nothing, not special at all. DJ should just perform at parties and weddings. Song are just bad to worst. Avoid this album or band.

2-0 out of 5 stars It's not competely worthless...
Alright, I'm going to try to be as unbiased as is humanly possible, which is hard when you're dealing with a controversial band like Limp Bizkit. However, before I review the album, I have to say although the All Music Guide reviewers (mainly Stephen Thomas Erlewine) usually do a good job, you cannot take their word on Limp Bizkit albums.Erlewine described Chocolate Starfish as a terrible album (2/5 stars).True, the lyrics and excessive swearing are, but the album is also filled with several above average songs.I'd give it 3 stars.Here, the situation is similar.He gives it 1.5 stars.What Erweline describes as "murky emoting" is actually fair acoustic guitar playing.The ballads are the "standouts", if you can apply that term to any song on this CD.However, most of the heavy songs, such as "Eat You Alive" and "Gimme the Mic", are really terrible, featuring juvenile lyrics.And that's not even including the ridiculously absurd music video for "Eat You Alive", where Durst kidnaps a girl and then berates her; however, he soon gives her a "sensitive" look and then she falls for him.Hmm...that is realistic only in Durst's view of the world.Overall, this CD falls far short of any possible expectations, but there are occasional glimpses of hope for the future in the ballads.By the way, the future is better, since The Unquestionable Turth, pt. 1 is a much better, heavier album than this.I give this CD a slightly better rating than All Music Guide's rating, but don't listen to it hoping for improvement on Chocolate Starfish.

4-0 out of 5 stars Results By Limp
Finally in early 2003, rapping rockers: Limp Bizkit released their third Mainstream album. RESULTS MAY VARY is still not as well put together as the band's first Mainstream record, but is far better than their second. Fred Durst returned with his rap lyrics, and they are far less inappropiate than on previous records, but still need to be carefully heard. RESULTS MAY VARY is by far the most melodic record that Limp Bizkit has ever produced, and it just shows how much maturity the members have accomplished as musicians. The bass is the main foundation with the drums keeping time, and the guitars back up Durst's words as he lays them out. Snoop Dog gives a guest performance and he works well with Fred. This record landed the band a chance to perform for the Pepsi Smash Concert Series and brought in even more fans to this rock group. RESULTS MAY VARY is a good rocker album, and definately falls into being considered some of Limp Bizkit's best work.
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83. High Society
by Capitol
Audio CD (27 June, 2000)
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Asin: B00004TWIM
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Kottonmouth Kings are the one-issue voters of hip-hop, eloquently answering the question of just how many ways a single crew can rap the praises of marijuana. Their second album, Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars amsterdam... a place called home
This was the ablum that marked the change in direction for KMK. Even though Johny Richter was the orginal member of the Kottonmouth Kings before Saint Dog (for those who have watched 10 Years Deep) this was the first album that he appeared on as a member. I got into KMK around 2004 but picked up the first 2 records first, then got High Society and this was the album that finally clicked with me. The first 2 records are great on their own terms but I really started to dig the sound they had goin on High Society. Tighter rappin skills, better beats, production was better and the album has alot of energy that gets me pumped up. Once I heard this album I knew I loved the sound and been hooked ever since. This has to be one of my favorite KMK records I love every song. pick it up!
5-0 out of 5 stars High Society = High Energy
I find this album to be so full of energy its unbelieveable, KMK are an awesome band even if there topic of smoking weed and drinking gets tiresome,
5-0 out of 5 stars best kmk album out there
this is my favorite kmk album.every song on this album is outstanding.richter and d loc flow very well together.saint was good, but richter is better.the best songs on here are: first class, good as gold, the lottery, kings blend and crucial.if you're just getting into kmk/subnoize, definitely pick this one up first.i also recommend getting big b and kingspade. ... Read more

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84. Sarsippius' Ark
Audio CD (16 February, 1993)
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Asin: B0000028UH
Sales Rank: 28093
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Stompin' Thrash Funk at it's musical best, homez!
I played this at least once a day for about a year! As a fan of SxTx and I.G. this to me was great. A great mix of heavy rhythms teeming with tha fonk and obscure but clever and fun lyrics. Very musical but very hard/smooth.5-0 out of 5 stars rare groove
sarsippius ark provides unequaled speed funk that is much needed in todays exceptionally boring pantheon of music.

3-0 out of 5 stars real good but not the best
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85. Take a Bite Outta Rhyme: A Rock Tribute to Rap
by Umvd Labels
Audio CD (24 October, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Since many Limp Bizkit, Eminem, and Korn fans aren't hip to the original rap influences that informed the late-1990s rap-metal explosion, Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars phenomenal
I have owned this album sinced shortly after it came out, and I still LOVE IT!!!
3-0 out of 5 stars 3.5 Stars - It's okay, not bad. But only a few noteables
Since this album has been out a while, this review is probably an utter waste of time as either you all probably own it or will never know about it. However, my thoughts are as follows...
4-0 out of 5 stars Tha Tribute...
This album, rare for alot of tribute albums, is actually pretty dope. I downloaded the track "Staind featuring Fred Durst and DJ Lethal of Limp Bizkit - Bring The Noise(Public Enemy/Anthrax cover)" and instantly I wanted this album. That song was only a part of this amazing CD. Dynamite Hack's Eazy-E cover of "Boyz-N-The Hood" is astounding. Its not heavy and loud, but has a nice acoustic guitar throughout the whole song. I guess you could call this a parody, but its my favorite track on the album. Insane Clown Posse(although a rap group) even appears. They do a cover of Sir-Mix-A-Lot's "Posse On Broadway". I'm a huge ICP fan and I think this track is alright but a little out of place on this album. Its still classic though. KMK, also known as the Kotton Mouth Kings, do a cover of the Getto Boys' classic, "Mind Playin' Tricks On Me". This song is awesome and is a great introduction to future KMK fans. Mindless Self Indulgence do a cover of Method Man's "Bring The Pain". This song is totally awesome if you like M.S.I. Factory 81, a band who I've never heard before, does the Cypress Hill hit, "Insane in the Brain". This song is okay, I like the screams but I don't think he has a good rap voice. =)> All in all, this album is awesome. I recommend it to the extreme rap/metal fans and even heavy metal fans. This is a great compilation...Read more

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86. Volume 8: The Threat Is Real
by Sanctuary Records
Audio CD (23 September, 2003)
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Asin: B0000C52FX
Sales Rank: 54354
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Anthrax's *real* best album
If it hadn't been for poor marketing, this probably would have been one of the biggest hits of 98.After Stomp 442, which suffered from many songs that pretty much sounded alike, Anthrax increased their range for Volume 8 and came up with a collection of songs that are heavy, funny, and dynamic.
4-0 out of 5 stars Anthrax continue to stretch out
Another reviewer noted that Dimebag Darrel played on this recording, and he did indeed assist on an album that saw a few different things going.
4-0 out of 5 stars Everybody fails to mention that Dimebag Darrel contributes on this album.
This was the first Anthrax album I bought, I thought it was awesome. Not too much to say, other than it rocks most of the time. Oh yeah, Dimebag throws in licks on a couple of songs which is reason enough to buy it. ... Read more

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87. Okeeblow
by Grand Royal Records
Audio CD (19 June, 2001)
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Asin: B00005LMBL
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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"Aisle 10 (Hello Allison)," the first single from thissophomore album, is everything you'd hope for from a Grand Royalsigning. Over a loping funk track, Marty James raps about being crushedout on a customer at his day job, leading his JonathanRichman-style narrative to a whopper of a pop chorus. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Little known, but excellent!
Okeeblow has become one of my favorite albums over the years, and it's disapointing that the band hasn't been able to attain more commercial success. Marty James of Scapegoat Wax is a master at creating a catchy pop sound fusing rap, funk/soul, R&B, and singing/songwriting that grows on the listener with every spin, while never really waring itself out. The album is a clean, creative blend that puts James' artistic versatility front and center, especially on tracks "Aisle
4-0 out of 5 stars Diverse & Versatile
I bought this CD off of CD Now for 24 cents, I figure hey I couldn't possibly go wrong with such a cheap purchase...First off, when I bought this CD I didn't know Scapegoat Wax (aka Marty James) rapped.Not only that, but his style is like Kyprios or Hierogryphics type stuff, and I was very impressed!Especially the song Eardrum, great track!
5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing album /Ecclectic sound
I heard Aisle 10 ( Hello Allison) on MTV2 one night and thought it was incredibly catchy & the video was hilarious. I had to pick up this album see what it's about. I'm glad I did this is one of the most creative, ecclectic albums I've heard in a while. Marty James has a unique style of rappingover looped samples in a hip hop style on songs Aisle 10 & Star 6. This album incorporates hip hop with Aisle 10, blues, funk on the song Freeway, & soul with Crawling. His influences are evident from Beasties to Chili Peppers & Beck.Stand out tracks are Aisle 10, Freeway, Crawling & Party of one but the whole album is outstanding the produciton is done very well. One of my favorite albums in the 90's & recommend checking it out. ... Read more

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88. S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
Audio CD (09 September, 1997)
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Asin: B000002BUY
Sales Rank: 32984
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars incubus fans..here is your start
by far the best incubus album..ever. i am a diehard fan i have bought every cd/ep they have released and this cd is there best..this is incubus' high peak not that they are bad now but this is definetly the best album to listen to straight through..again this is another album where it seems like it is a collection of singles. And it also makes me mad when people say they don't like incubus because they arent heavy..go to an incubus concert and wait for them to rip out classics like idiot box and certain shade of green..i wish they would play more oldies like hot dancer (which is on their first lp and their ep)..well anyway just buy the cd it wont hurt to hear a great band who is very successful.

5-0 out of 5 stars Mr Bungle With A Twist Meets Fantastic Results
First off, why the Bungle and Faith No More comparisons? I guess it is a little unfair to the band, but you could do a lot worse than be compared to these great bands. Yes, Brandon's voice does resemble Mike Patton, especially in this album. But I think the main point of reference is that SCIENCE is an album that takes a stab at many genres, with a rock feel to them. Much like Faith No More's King For A Day, Fool For A Life Time Album or Mr Bungle's debut. 4-0 out of 5 stars What a freaking Mr. Bungle rip-off!!!
That's what I though when I first heard my friend describe this CD.Hearing what I heard on the radio by Incubus made me mad that they would even TRY to imitate Mr. Bungle. But I actually gave this CD a chance...and boy did I make the right choice. I would have never thought that Incubus - a mainstream band - could've possibly pulled off an album like this. I was, err am, shocked. They actually made a decent CD where others have failed. See Slipknot. Horrible Nu-Metal band that try to imitate the Bungle. They wear the clown suits and everything. But they failed miserably in their first album to imitate Mr. Bungle.
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89. Menace to Sobriety
by Atlantic / Wea
Audio CD (15 August, 2000)
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Asin: B00004W5MN
Sales Rank: 93251
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet! Do you like excellent punk rock?
This is just a crazy CD! It's the best! This is my fave Cd out of all of them. It is really worth your money! The lyrics:great!4-0 out of 5 stars pretty phat
hey this cd is pretty phat. i think the song "heaven is a halfpipe" is the phatest. opm also kicks A$$.

1-0 out of 5 stars Please help us
This album is a perfect example of exactly what is wrong with the musicindustry these days.Just when I thought music could not get any moretired and derivative, this album comes along to reach new heights ofmediocrity.Everything here has been done so many times by so many otherbands.The music, the lyrics, the attitude (or lack thereof) - all soweak.The truly sad part is that I have no doubt that this band will behuge.Yet another in a long line of "LCD" (Lowest CommonDenominator)bands that rule the airwaves these days.Please help us. ... Read more

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90. Transplants
by Hellcat Records
Audio CD (22 October, 2002)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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From January 2000 to June 2002, Rancid frontman Tim Armstrong laboriously pored over loops and samples, collecting synth squeals and snatches of howling guitar and, naturally, writing songs. Aided by raging rapper Rob Aston, he's put it all together to form this often intriguing and strangely beguiling side project. The opening's not promising. With the death-riff of "Romper Stomper" followed by the urban R&B and chanted party-rock chorus of "Tall Cans in the Air," Armstrong flails badly. But then his Clash obsession kicks in once more. This London-Kingston-California hybrid is thoroughly weird but oddly touching. It rings out in "Weigh on My Mind" and "Diamonds and Guns," with its Sex Pistols-inspired marching intro, rollicking piano, and Stones-like woo-woos, while the closing "Down in Oakland" is an enthusiastic take on the Clash's later spaghetti-western reggae. These, and Armstrong's sonic experiments, provide interest, with adrenaline pumping from searing punk-metal bursts. Though Aston's outbursts are often confrontational in the most predictable and tedious sense, Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Diamonds and Guns = best track on entire album
Well, what can I say about The Transplants?Not much.Highlights include "Diamonds and Guns", and "California Babylon".("Diamonds and Guns" was cleverly used for a shampoo commercial, hence its intro being very familiar.)This band has a much better sound when the vocalist is singing and not making weird attemptings at trasher metal when his background music isn't supporting him in that fashion.Still, it's good music to put in the background if you're trying to get in the mood to rock out, but maybe this should be a prelude for something better to come.Your choice.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not for purists...
Simply put, it's not Rancid, don't expect it to be and you'll probably like it, unless you have an aversion to anything rap. Overall, I think this is a great, though short album. The mixture of punk and rap-rock/underground hip-hop is something I really liked. Definately refreshing when compared to the garbage that the radio has been playing as of late ("weh! weh! I'm a rich kid trying to sound like I have low budget equipment"). Tim's laidback vocals are contrasted greatly by Rob's enraged rapping screams. Theres some good guest vocals as well from Davey Havok from AFI and Brody from the Distillers. I'm not a fan of Blink but, Travis Barker's druming on the album was quite amazing. The other musicians who contrubute aren't too shabby either. From the nice bass grooves atypical to much punk to the piano/keyboard backing in Diamonds and Guns.
1-0 out of 5 stars Tim Armstrong = Sellout
Enough said about what I described. It seems Tim's crybaby liberal image has turned him more into the plankton he once evolved from. Avoid buying at all cost. Check out Life Won't Wait the last masterpiece Tim made before he went home crying to mamma. ... Read more

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91. Orange County
Audio CD (18 December, 2001)
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Asin: B00005U2LI
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The nouveau Orange County, California, punk legacy kick-starts the soundtrack to Jake Kasdan's updated teen-hell comedy. The Offspring's newly recorded "Defy You" energetically explores their roots, and Social Distortion offer a live version of their trademark "Story of My Life." But that OC focus quickly gives way to a broad, buoyant collection of punk and hip-hop-inflected pop that includes a Green Day-ish new track by Foo Fighters ("The One") and equally hooky cuts by Cake, Lit, Bad Ronald, Quarashi, and Crazy Town. The album's emotional and musical shadings come courtesy of Pete Yorn's subdued "Lose You," the acoustic "Under the Tracks" by Creeper Lagoon, and Phantom Planet's anthemic "California," as well as a welcome pair of tracks ("Lay Down Burden," "Love and Mercy") by original SoCal Sound legend Brian Wilson. First pressings of the album also include a four-track bonus disc with songs by Zebrahead (the appropriate "O.C. Life"), Ill Kidd, the Ataris, and Riddlin' Kids. Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars The Middle,where is it?!
The CD's perfect but something's missing....
4-0 out of 5 stars GOOD but not GREAT!!
I love it, but I would like to have seen a few more songs and or at least different ones from the MOVIE, but im not dissapointed at all for the CASH...

5-0 out of 5 stars music person
I thought this was an awsome cd. I my self grew up in orange county, and thought the movie was hilarious, and the sound track was even better. one of my favorite songs was 12 rods "glad that its over", depicting much of my teen age years. there are many other wonderful songs on the sound track as well, such as california by Phantom Planet(also one of my favorites. there were even tracks i did not like, but were tolerable because it was such a great sound track. I highly recommend it to anyone who will listen. ... Read more

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92. F.T.F.O.
by Psychopathic
Audio CD (21 February, 2006)
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Sales Rank: 48335
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars It's Shaggs the Clown!
this is shaggy's first ever full length solo album and it definenatly doesn't dissapoint, i mean, how could it, ever song on it is fresh. pick up a copy today if u want to hear real music.

4-0 out of 5 stars Family knows him personally
Shaggy is the bomb and hears why.My family knows his family personally.He is an extremely devoted family man.He would do anything for his wife and kids.They are together everyday.Even when he is on tour, his family is with him.I look up to him because even with all the fame and fortune he stays real and knows how to take care of bussines.Ive met his wife a few times and she is the bomb too.His kids are the coolest lil ninjas I ever met.He's got a great family, awesome career and good morals.He is definitely someone I look up to.

5-0 out of 5 stars THIS IS WHY I'M IN LOVE WITH SHAGS!!
My guy is so f***king awesome here, he blows me away. I have been a devout ICP fan for some time and have always wished Shaggy was more in the limelight than Violent J - who's presence overshadows just about anyone he works with (don't get me wrong, I love J, too). Shaggy's first solo album was good, this one is 10 x's better. My favorite? "Pull Me Over" - he executes the lyrics effortlessly and sounds sooo sexy on that track.
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93. Trik Turner
Audio CD (26 February, 2002)
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Asin: B00005YWFE
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Trik Turner isn't rap-rock or nu metal, though they incorporate elements of both genres into their major-label debut. At times, the Phoenix sextet is more akin to alt-rockers Everlast, especially on "Sacrifice" and "Friends & Family." On the latter, TT flesh out soulful, acoustic-influenced hip-hop with a lovely string arrangement. From the hip, midtempo rhythmic rock of "Existence," Trik Turner create a familiar sound that's nevertheless slightly distinct from their Creed- and Korn-spawned brethren. Like Papa Roach, family life is explored in the aggro but dynamic "Father," while rap-ghetto stylings render Ace Frehley's "New York Groove" nearly unrecognizable. The latter part of the album is more rap leaning, with "Black Sheep" and "Triks of the Trade" standing out. If Trik Turner covers a lot of the ground between the rap and rock worlds, they do so with style, substance, and a signature sound. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Yeah!!!
I think this band is just awesome. This album has some soft rock on it, but on the other hand it also has some rap/rock on it. My favourite song is definitely Friends & Family. It's a soft rock ballad and it has a very catchy tunes and great lyrics. I also liked Existence and Sacrifice very much. Other songs that I think are also great are Ish, New York Groove and Father.
5-0 out of 5 stars Rockers and Hip-Hopers
This is awesome work. Trik really put out some quality stuff with this. this music is a little of everything from the soft rock "friends and family" , "Im not like you" " to the rap/metal songs "new york groove" , "let it rip" and "ish". Every song on this album is great.....great for bumping in the car. Best song: New York Groove.

5-0 out of 5 stars Idiots...
People should definitely do more investigating before buying an album.Friends and Family is definitely NOT the only good song on here.I've had this CD for years, and still love it.Rap rock is something not too tolerable for me anymore, but this album has creative beats, interesting lyrics and a fair dose of guitars.Every track kicks ass.This comes from a fan of metal, not hip hop.I usually listen to stuff like Emperor and Type O Negative. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Pop    3. Rap-Rock    4. Rock    5. Rock/Pop   


94. Transistor
by Zomba
Audio CD (01 February, 2001)
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Asin: B000003CMZ
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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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 Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Renegade Soundsystem 311
First of all, to the guy who recited the chorus of "beautiful disaster" and submitted it as a review-pretty chill, man, u should write it down in your journal. The link says "write an online review." Stick to that.
5-0 out of 5 stars The Most Complete 311 Album To Date
Most 311 albums have stand-out tracks but lack flow and consistancy, like MUSIC and 311. Some flow together perfectly but don't have many standout tracks, like GRASSROOTS and FROM CHAOS. I like all of the 311 albums for different reasons, but this one has risen to the top for many reasons...
5-0 out of 5 stars Their Most Complete Album, and closest thing to a concept album
While I think Grasroots and Music are the best albums from the band, I think this album is the best one to listen to start to finish.It is very solid from beginning to end, and sorta seems to talk about the band's philosophy of life, outer space, technology, and probably a thousand other subtle things.While there are songs that standout IMO (Stealing Happy hours is my favorite on the album with No Control, Inner Light Specturm, Prisoner, and Starshines), pretty much every song on the album ties in well with the other, and there are only a couple tracks that are sort of weak or don't (Tune In and Rub a Dub come to mind, but they aren't that bad either).I love the fact they went into the studio to create an album they wanted to create, and did it with a lot of originality and supurb musicianship.This album is definitely a must own. ... Read more

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95. We the People
by Interscope Records
Audio CD (12 July, 2005)
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Asin: B0009WFF40
Sales Rank: 29456
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars one of the better rap groups out there today
When I was younger, iused to listen to a lot of rap. But then as I got older, i got into hard rock and metal, and then into the hardcore/metalcore scene. Every now and then, ill buy a rap album by an artist i used to listen to, but i dont know why i felt compelled to pick "We The People" up. But im glad i did.
4-0 out of 5 stars GREAT political CD
I absolutely love this cd and bought it after hearing them on Jay Leno earlier this year. I sort of forgot I even had the cd and rediscovered it again this week. The combination of rap, latin beats, raw singing, it just all works. It's one of the best political, anti-war CDs out there right now and the song about how America was started is just awesome! They aren't afraid to put into words what we're all feeling. WHY aren't they more popular? WHY don't I hear them played on the radio? WHY haven't I seen a video of theirs?

5-0 out of 5 stars Best CD I've bought in a while.
This album is intense.Every song is original and there isn't a single dud on this album.I love this and can't stop listening to it.Great job guys. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Hardcore Rap    2. Pop    3. Rap    4. Rap & Hip-Hop    5. Rap-Rock   


96. Get Some
by Geffen Records
Audio CD (27 May, 1997)
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Asin: B000000OW6
Sales Rank: 30417
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Get Some
Get Some is a wonderful example of musical styles fusing.Punk, hardcore, metal and funk come together on this disc that keeps the pressure on until the unexpected but good track Get Some Keez.It's unfortunate that Lynn Strait died before this band could expand and grow. My favorite tracks are I Jus' Lie and Tecato.This album is a good balance between fury and melody.A good addition to any collection and well worth the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Tribute
This guy deserved it for real... he isn't or I should say he wasn't an icon at the time, but he influenced so many lives. Helped in so much music. Tragedy doesn't explain it. I have bought this album six times now because I end up giving it to someone who hasn't heard them. I would also do it 10 more times... The reviews will be sad, but the music isn't. It is just great Rock!

5-0 out of 5 stars If Only They Had Lived...
You want power...nuts...and emotional f***ing guts?!?!?The lead singer (RIP) delivers enough raw, peeled-back nakedness to make those "wannabe" rockers (Limp Bizkit, Machine Head, etc) pale in comparison.This CD rocks!Whatever your political persuasion, you cannot deny the passion that screams from this classic.I agree with other reviewers...had the members survived, SNOT would have easily surpassed KORN & the likes as THE MOST POWERFULL ROCKERS today.Buy this CD!I guarantee you will not be disappointed! ... Read more

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97. Body Count
by Sire / London/Rhino
Audio CD (06 October, 1992)
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Sales Rank: 32272
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Ice MotherF*ck*n' T, B******tch
I am white.I hate rap.I love Body Count.best tracks include body count's in the house, body count, now sports, the winner loses, voodoo, kkk b*tch, body count anthem, and of course... COP KILLER
4-0 out of 5 stars Suprisingly Kick ass Hard core from Ice T
I'd never heard Body Count before just recently. Of Course when I was a kid I'd heard of the song "Cop Killer" thought it to be some lame piddling gangsta rap garbage I hate with a blood boiling rage. Yet going about on the internet I saw a song "Cop Killer" by Body Count I was like who the hell is Body Count? So I played it. It was one of the most kick ass songs I'd heard in a long time I got chills up and down my spine. I went to find out about this group and what I found out suprised me. It was Ice T's Hard core Metal band. What? So it wasn't gangsta rap but a metal song. I had to hear more. I loved it. I bought this album and haven't regreted it. It is one of the best metal albums I have. Its just aggressive and driving all the way through to the end. It sucks that the record company bowed to the lifestyle facists and took the song "Cop Killer" off of it. Look I don't agree with the cop killing stuff and no sane person would. This whole album is over the top and the muisicians in this band like Ernie C. have been way over looked. But even without "Cop Killer" its still a head banging album. Pick up this album now.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best metal rap albums ever recorded
I support Freedom of Speech and freedom of speech means Freedom of speech.I was fortunate enough to obtain a copy with "Cop Killer" before the controversy.Now with the releases by Eminem and 50 Cent- the ban of the song "Cop Killer" is hypocritical.I took Law Enforcement with the intention to become a police officer and I can distinguish between fiction and reality.Ice-T is speaking about a increasing problem in society. There are many police officers being killed in the line of duty and it is hearbreaking and my thoughts and prayers are with the families of the murdered officers.Anyway, the Body Count album includes great songs "There Goes the Neighbourhood and The Winner Loses".
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Subjects:  1. Gangsta Rap    2. Hardcore Rap    3. Heavy Metal    4. Pop    5. Popular Music    6. Rap    7. Rap-Metal    8. Rap-Rock    9. Rock   


98. Menace to Sobriety
by Atlantic / Wea
Audio CD (15 August, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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The astonishingly and presumably deliberately inept artwork of this debut from Californian skate punks OPM helps create a carefully contrived image of a bunch of lads intent on loafing about, doing as little as possible. The threesome's modus operandi--which involves sun, sex, tattoos, getting stoned, and traveling the streets on four small wheels--is cemented by the opening tracks "Stash Up" (a paean to smoking grass and not giving a flying one for anything) and "Heaven Is a Halfpipe" (a surprisingly catchy sing-along about the joys of skateboarding). Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Best of Genre
I'm 51 years old, and can't quite bring myself to love the rap genre, the only thing my son listens to.OPM is quite the refreshing change;Real drums playing great grooves.Happy songs, even if they, like their brethren, Kottonmouth kings, focus a bit much on drugs and alcohol, it is still lyrics that are friendlier than run of the mill hood rap.My favs on this CD are Capitan and Dealer man.All the others are good too.I'm hoping to work up a couple of these in my classic rock band, I know it will get em dancin'!

1-0 out of 5 stars kinda crappy
this cd is probably the worst cd of its genre i hated it. it sounded like the were tryin to hard to be original and have no talent

5-0 out of 5 stars Creative Mix of Styles
Wonderful CD from start to finish. Starting with "Stash Up" you have an average rock song; go to songs like "Trucha" and "Unda" and you have something new. Trucha is a song with a latin feel but then kicks in with great hip-hop style lyrics. Then with "Unda" you get a cool ska feel. Then take 360 degrees back and listen to "Better Daze" and you have a song resembling that of Everlast. Even though it is a CD mixed with styles, they all seem to flow with each other and all have well written lyrics. A great CD that I would recommend to fans of rock, hip-hop, or punk; all will probably find this to their liking. ... Read more

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99. About a Burning Fire
by Elektra / Wea
Audio CD (24 February, 2004)
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Asin: B0000YO65G
Sales Rank: 25173
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Breathtaking...
After an album like "Silence" Blindside had to come up with something new. They had established themselves as a good rock band, so they had to start defining themselves as a band. They needed to do something different. As a bridge between "Silence" and "The Great Depression" this album is perfect.
4-0 out of 5 stars "It's not easy but I'm biting my tongue off."
Blindside's follow up to the solid Silence is just as pleasantly hard rocking, and more consistent throughout.They haven't changed their sound much, still pumping out very enjoyable Christian-themed hard punk, although they do take a few more chances on About a Burning Fire.
4-0 out of 5 stars needs more lighter fluid
Blindside certainly had a hard act to follow after such an amzing release as "Silence," and naturally, any group would have a hard time maintaining that kind of energy and consistency. "Burning Fire" was actually the first Blindside album I cam across, and although it got my attention, I can see how longtime fans would be a disappointed in places. Luckily, even the band's mediocre works still have some gripping highlights, and "About a Burning Fire" is no exception.
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100. WWE Originals
Audio CD (13 January, 2004)
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Asin: B000160M8I
Sales Rank: 83046
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Listen Up.
It's not something we'll see much of in the future, its a one-off. An Exclusive CD with Exclusive performances from WWE superstars. Give it the credit it deserves.
5-0 out of 5 stars WHAT?
1. Where's the Beer? - Stone Cold Steve Austin (THIS IS FUNNY)
1-0 out of 5 stars 3 Stars For Me
i think this CD is a pretty good Cd to listen to. This was my first wwe cd to have. we listened to it all the time. I liked it so much i brought it to school and someone stole it so i can't listen to it anymore. I say 3 stars because it was good not excellentbut not bad. That's my opinion. ... Read more

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