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121. A Thought Crushed My Mind
122. Stomp 442
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123. Wraith: Shangri-La
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124. Born Dead
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125. Get With Me
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126. We've Come for You All
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127. Little Nicky (2000 Film)
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128. Road Trip: Music From The Motion
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129. Mostasteless
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130. New Old Songs
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131. Sex, Drugs and Rap 'N Roll
132. Super Mercado
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133. A Crow Left of the Murder
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134. Devil Without a Cause
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135. Attack of the Killer B's
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136. Forgotten Freshness, Vol. 3
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137. Haunted Cities
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138. Harold & Kumar Go To White
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139. The Calm
140. Hokus Pokus

121. A Thought Crushed My Mind
by Rte / Drt
Audio CD (10 May, 2005)
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Asin: B0007ZEP2C
Sales Rank: 79657
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Wow, I never knew until now what I was missing!!!
This album is simply incredible.I already had the three newest Blindside albums and then I heard them play "King of the Closet" live and decided to check this album out.Oh my gosh, now I'm daily catching up on the time I missed in the past not having this album.It totally rocks!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Blindside's landmark album
Firstly, Amazon has the incorrect tracklisting. [Phatbat 1303] is actually the last song, Knocking on another door, sunrise, from stone to backbone, and all you need is are moved up on the tracklisting accordingly
4-0 out of 5 stars This album brings it...
Before I start, I'd like to give a bit a background about how I got a hold of this album.
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Subjects:  1. Alternative CCM    2. Alternative Metal    3. Alternative Pop/Rock    4. Hardcore Punk    5. Heavy Metal    6. Indie Rock    7. Pop    8. Punk Revival    9. Rap-Metal    10. Rock    11. Rock/Pop   


122. Stomp 442
by Beyond Records
Audio CD (28 August, 2001)
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Asin: B00005NHJQ
Sales Rank: 75515
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Another good set from Anthrax
I think there was a period in the 90's where Anthrax ended up in a bit of a rut, as far as the critics may have seen it.The series of recordings with Jon Bush at the mike continued to be strong, with high-powered rhythms and great songs, but with the glut of other bands and a lot of pretenders, some of the stuff got lost.
5-0 out of 5 stars Far from weak
Not saying this is THE greatest I've ever heard from Anthrax, but there's nothing about this album that is weak. I'd say the weakest would have to be Vol. 8. That album was good too, but it had "flaws" written all over it. Probably had something to do with the departure of Dan Spitz earlier on, but that could be me. It's also partly due to the production just not happenin'.
5-0 out of 5 stars darn good album!
From begining to end the album is fresh, fast, and has flow. The songs on the album have a unity which makes the track progression completely in sync. I didnt feel any of the songs were filler or forced in nature they all felt as though they belonged. My negatives about the album: the cover art is terrible which probably aided in the demise of the album sales, and some of the lyrics were mediocre. Aside from that the album is really good. How does it stack up against previous efforts? I think its one of their best however,I am not going to rank it with previous efforts because all of the bands albums seem to fit a different niche or tone.It gets 5 stars from me because I felt it was a complete album with a great payoff. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Heavy Metal    2. Pop    3. Rap-Metal    4. Rock    5. Speed Metal    6. Thrash   


123. Wraith: Shangri-La
by Psychopathic
Audio CD (21 September, 2004)
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Sales Rank: 94241
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The best Joker's Card, the Wraith.
First off, I'd like to say that anyone listening to this album that hasn't heard ALL of the other Joker's Cards has no chance of liking this album.Sure, you'll like a track here and there, but only once you've heard all the others will you fully understand how excellent of an album this is.
5-0 out of 5 stars the end of time will consume us all
this is by far one of their best albums in the world,the others are the restof thealbums. here is a list of what i think each songs.
5-0 out of 5 stars One of their best - no questions asked.
First off, I would like to say that I don't know what everybody hates about this album because this is the one where they explain everything, and more.It's different, but it's the meaning that counts.Also, look at albums like Carnival of Carnage - it was an empty album by itself, but everyone liked it once they knew what ICP was up to.Getting to the good about this album, it leaned a little more toward rock than the other ones did, but it's the most meaningful and conceptual.Plus, they add fun tracks here and there, like Murder Rap.The tracks on here aren't pointless.This album is ICP's vision of heaven, and it also tells everything about the Dark Carnival.If you look at the other version of the Wraith (Hell's Pit), then you will find that both of these albums are visions of heaven and hell, both of which are very bold visions, at that.This version of the Wraith was for the Juggalos who actually understand the viewpoints of the music, and Hell's Pit is for the rest of the world (in the words of Violent J, a place for those who chose to give a f**k less.)Personally, I think Shangri La and the Amazing Jeckel Brothers are the best albums by ICP.Here's the order of the cards best to least in my opinion:
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Subjects:  1. Dirty Rap    2. Pop    3. Rap & Hip-Hop    4. Rap-Metal    5. Rap-Rock    6. Rock/Pop    7. United States of America   


124. Born Dead
by Virgin Records
Audio CD (06 September, 1994)
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Sales Rank: 48367
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Body Count - 'Born Dead' (Virgin)
'Born Dead' was the band's second out of three CD's they put out.I remember all the controversy surrounding the single of their previous effort.Sort of made me question the meaning of 'free speech' in the USA.Notice that on this platter,Body Count makes the full transition over to heavy thrashcore.'Born Dead' is a bootie-kicking twelve track disc that,in SOME ways are better(at least I thought)than their first record.Never liked rap at all,but THIS - rap/metal is,well it's got plenty of life to it.Hard not to at least appreciate it to some degree.Tunes I thought were good include "Killing Floor",their Hendrix cover "Hey Joe","Shallow Graves","Sweet Lobotomy" and "Drive By"(amazed this tune didn't cause any problems).Line-up:Ice-T:vocals,D-Roc&Ernie C-guitars,Mooseman-bass and Beatmaster V-drums(R.I.P.).Don't disturb too many neighbors playing it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Another Solid Body Count Album
For me Ice-T is one of the best rappers ever and I've spent long hours listening to his hardcore gangster rap.Kind of odd for a middle-aged white guy but what can I say?His in your face, pro-freedom of speech attitude is one that I hold myself.He is one of the founding fathers of gangster rap and one of its most innovative lyricists.The heavy metal band Body Count allows Ice-T to really roar with energy and creative expression. I've seen Body Count live 4 times.With the release of their first two albums they played shows at Hammer Jacks in Baltimore, MD and a small venue called the 9-11 club in Washington, DC.I friend and I made both shows each time.Ice-T and Body Count put on a tremendous performance.
5-0 out of 5 stars INSANE THRASHCORE !!!!
On this album,Ice switches to a thrashcore style lovers of the style will go mad about.The songs are mega fast,with furious social lyrics and full of hatred.If you're into thashcoreand dig bands like Ratos De Porao,get this one at once.It suffers from some degree of dynamic compression though,but if you can correct that,it'll blow your brains againt the nearest wall. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Heavy Metal    2. Pop    3. Rap    4. Rap-Metal    5. Rap-Rock    6. Rock   


125. Get With Me
by Def Soul Classics
Audio CD (01 October, 2002)
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Sales Rank: 128458
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars 3rd Storee-Not ones to sleep on
I've been a BIG fan of them since they were a quartet and released a couple hot joints, "If Ever" and "Party Tonite w/Naughty By Nature".Now they are back with a more mature sound and 2 new members.The result another hot CD from beginning to end.You will know that 3rd Storee is for real and very talented.
3-0 out of 5 stars Suprisingly Entertaining!!!
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Subjects:  1. Contemporary R&B    2. Pop    3. R&B    4. Rap-Rock    5. Smooth Soul    6. Soul    7. Soul/R & B    8. Soul/Reggae/Rhythm & Blues    9. Urban   


126. We've Come for You All
by Sanctuary Records
Audio CD (06 May, 2003)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Bush carries this one
Anthrax misses a bit with this one.I find "We've Come For You All" to be on the slow side", for Anthrax anyway.Tracks such as "What doesn't Die" start out great but don't seem to take off.I guess I was a bit disappointed with this album.From other reviews I thought is was going to blast out hard record.And for Anthrax it just seems a bit slowed down.I will say that as whole there is not a bad song on the record.It is definitely a tightly recorded album and it does rock, it rocks hard, but it doesn't thrash.Anthrax definitely went with more of a hard rock feel on this release.
5-0 out of 5 stars Scott Ian
I love Anthrax and have every one of their albums, but is anyone else sick and tired of Scott Ian's two note riffs????

4-0 out of 5 stars Anthrax returns to form
Anthrax has had a couple of bad albums since "Sound of White Noise" and this one might be the best release since "Among the Living" It seems that Anthrax has finally balances themsleves as a True Metal Band again, and not this album doesn't contain the usual slower "Filler Material" like some of the past albums. No, its not as Heavy as the 1980's stuff, yet it is a good solid Metal Record. Its got some slower Stuff (yet still Hard) and some good "Thrash" Tunes. So I guess this is a little bit of everything for every type of Metal Fan. If you want to hear "the Newer Anthrax" Material, this is the one to start with. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Heavy Metal    2. Pop    3. Rock    4. Thrash   


127. Little Nicky (2000 Film)
by Maverick
Audio CD (31 October, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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An Adam Sandler movie that stars Ozzy Osbourne as himself, Rodney Dangerfield as Satan's dad, and Harvey Keitel as Satan is bound to enlist a similarly high-profile collection of music acts to underscore things. Sure enough, a quick scan of the bands signed on reveals a pretty solid "Who's Who" of late-'90s hard rock. In this context, Cypress Hill are positively old-school. However, their track, "Rock Superstar," sounds perfectly slotted next to the molten screed of P.O.D., the moody murk of Incubus, and the machine head cutting edge of the Deftones (represented twice here, especially revealing in the final acoustic track). Insolence prove the merging of hard rock and hip-hop is something not about to go away. The addition of Muse and Powerman 5000 makes this an especially well-attended gathering. The only real question is, where's Ozzy? Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Compilation
Here is a compilation full of wellknowns and a few unknowns. Most people (like one of the featured reviews mentions) are unaware of the British rock band Muse who contributes their track "Cave" at #10 on this cd.The track is off their 1999 album "Showbiz" which is a musthave for any rock fan. 4-0 out of 5 stars Great CD, But Missing Some Songs
I bought this soundtrack after seeing the movie Little Nicky a bunch of times, and I thought to myself that it seemed like some songs were missing. After checking on the Internet, I found out that I was right! A bunch of great rock songs from the past (like "Running With The Devil" and "Highway to H*ll") were in the movie, but not on the soundtrack! Also, there are a couple of recent songs from the movie that aren't on the CD either. But, I do like this CD. Linkin Park's "Points of Authority", POD's "School of Hard Knocks" and Cypress Hill's "(Rock) Superstar" are my favorite songs. I also like "Cave" by Muse, "When Worlds Collide" by Powerman 5000 and "Pardon Me" by Incubus are really good. All in all, I recommend this CD to people who like rock/metal and the movie Little Nicky.

3-0 out of 5 stars 3 Stars because it's missing key tracks
When I saw Little Nicky in the theatres, I thought to myself, "This movie's got some pretty good music! Maybe I'll buy the soundtrack." I did, but I stupidly forgot to look at the tracklist. Nearly HALF of the songs from the movie aren't on here! Ironically, the songs that were omitted are the BEST ONES OF ALL. Read on to see what you don't get on it.Read more

Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Hardcore Rap    4. Heavy Metal    5. Hip-Hop    6. Pop    7. Post-Grunge    8. Rap-Metal    9. Rap-Rock    10. Soundtrack    11. Soundtracks    12. Soundtracks & Film Scores    13. Trip-Hop   


128. Road Trip: Music From The Motion Picture (2000 Film)
by Dreamworks
Audio CD (23 May, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars OUTSTANDING
Granted there were a few more songs on the movie I would like to see on the CD, the CD didnt fall short of my expectations AT ALL!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Road Trip
I found the movie and the lyrics were well proportioned. The movie itself related to everyone who has ever been traveling, except for old foggies. I'm 45 and I still keep in touch with todays music. I listen to lyrics as well as beat.Your soundtract was right on the money for the movie .However, I do like certain types of sound.I liked about 6 out of 10 songs played.

1-0 out of 5 stars Road Trip Falls Short
The movie has a very long list of great music.The CD is pathetic.The person who decided to push this garbage as the official music from Road Trip should be fired.I feel fiscally raped!
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Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Pop    3. Rap-Rock    4. Soundtrack    5. Soundtracks    6. Soundtracks & Film Scores   


129. Mostasteless
by Psychopathic / Pgd
Audio CD (22 June, 1999)
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Sales Rank: 11718
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars not a "psychopathic" fan, but......
this cd is really good.... i dont know about anything else these guys have done after this effort, but I got this cd years ago at a store for 99 cents and I still rock it.... pretty crazy lyrics but original styles to say the least

5-0 out of 5 stars Great twiztid cd!!!!!
twiztid is amazing group off the psychopathic record label. i love this cd...version 1 and 2 are great.but version 2 probably is better bc it has spin the bottle, the first song i ever heard by twiztid and ever since then ive been a major fan.of course any friend of icp is a friend of mine. these guys are so talented.all songs are great from start to finish.its a true masterpiece.a must buy for all juggalos and lettes.Support real music!!!. MCL for all the juggalo family. Well be down with the clown till were dead in the ground.later!!

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm changing my opinion!
Both these Krackers have a better flow then M&M!Before I just said Jamie Maddrox had a better flow, but on further analysis it has been discovered that M&M aint ever the second best Kracker rapper from Detroit.
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Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rap    3. Rap & Hip-Hop    4. Rap-Rock   


130. New Old Songs
by Interscope Records
Audio CD (04 December, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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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. Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars It's not bad...it's vomatrocious
Even the thought of Limp Bizkit making a remix album is funny. If Fred Durst and his band hadn't sold out before this, there's no question about it now. And everybody hated their "Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water" album, so why would LB (or anybody) think that some bad songs would somehow be better if they're "remixed"?
1-0 out of 5 stars It's actually... funny.
I'm glad i don't own this one, but i only listened the samples without caring any of your comments. The samples were actually mad funny, stupid robot sound effects on the background while this whiny kid is trying to rap with his whiny kind of way over lame beats. Butch Vig's Remix of the Nookie sounded most hilarious. No question, this was a lazy attempt of stealing pocket money from silly kids who loved limp bizkit back then. Do we even need to mention how "results may vary" was the final nail in the coffin? Okay, nowadays they've been trying to make another comeback with some poor effort of an EP and all that greatest hits stuff. That's not gonna success... Once fred durst made himself a clown, will he always be remembered as a clown. No need to try comebacks, because no one takes them seriously anymore. That's the way when you're living in the popular music industry.

1-0 out of 5 stars Glad i stayed away from this one.
I have never been the greatest limp bizkit fan, but everything deserves a chance. I've heard clips from this album, and i wish i hadn't. If there was a way to build a time machine that allowed me to go back in time, i would save myself ten minutes and warn the old me to never EVER listen to this garbage. I don't understand why hard hitters like p diddy, the neptunes, and the dust brothers allowed themselves to partner up with the greatest wigger alive, fred durst. Get it throuhg your head, fred: YOU AREN'T BLACK. SO PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, THE LOVE IF HUMANITY, STOP PRETENDING! If i were any of them, i would not want my name on this disgustingly wretched album. So with that being said, stay away from this album as if were an STD. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Pop-Rap    3. Rap-Metal    4. Rap-Rock    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop   


131. Sex, Drugs and Rap 'N Roll
by Trauma (Red)
Audio CD (23 January, 2001)
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Sales Rank: 133997
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars great rap metal
Ah, the Phunk Junkeez at their finest hour! This album contains many underground tunes to bump in your trunk, from songs like "Short Term Memory Loss" "American Pimp" "Innovator" and "Strugglin'". This album also has a special appearance by Sen Dog of Cypress Hill, and that track is mad phat. This CD will leave rap metal/bubble gum icons like Fred Durst and Kid Rock crying back home!

5-0 out of 5 stars Junkeez rock
I have been a Junkeez fan for quite some time.This band never ceases to amaze me.Each cd that comes out gets better and better.I can't get enough of Sex Drugs and Rap 'N Roll.This CD is great for road trips.It is one of those that you don't have to skip songs on.Keep in mind that it is not for the faint at heart.If you are in to the rap and roll thing, this cd is for you.The Junkeez have been doing it for awhile and they just keep getting better and better.

5-0 out of 5 stars LIMP BIZKIT WISH THEY WERE THE PHUNK JUNKEEZ
So you like Limp F'n Bizkit?Why dont you stop letting your mommy dress you and listen to some real Trip Hop.Let me tell you this, if Fred Worst is the spokesman for our generation, then we are all totally f!?ked.Thank God for the Phunk Junkeez.As a fan since 95, I can say only Faith No More can even hold a candle to the PJ.These guys have been doing what all the "rap rock" bands ahve been trying to do since the late 80's.And Sex, Drugs, Rap and Roll once again proves that they are one of the few who can do it.Limp Bizkit be damned.Soulman could take Fred Worst to shool on sundays.The music these gus shell out doesn't ever get old.Then throw the smooth lyrics by Soulman and you have what becomes a trip hop masterpiece.These guys are the one of the last non-conformist bands around besides deftones, (hed)pe, tool and a select few others.And while PJ may not have much musicly in common with those bands, they, like the others, will never lay down for a quick buck.Buy this album.Buy this and Phunk Junkeez (self-titled debut), Injected and Fear of a Whack Planet.Buy them all, and then bask in the glory of a band who makes the music that all the main stream "rap rock" bands wish they could. Like Soulman says, "Even when I'm sleepin, I'm keepin it real..." ... Read more

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132. Super Mercado
by Zomba
Audio CD (01 February, 2001)
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Asin: B0000064TW
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The debut release from New York cult band The 2 Skinnee J's is a fun and intelligent mixture of hip-hop, rock, funk and pop culture. Altough evocative at times of other rap-rock fusion groups, the J's are an entity all their own, dishing super-heroes on "Ball-Point Man" and delivering a full-throated geek call-to-arms on "Riot Nrrd". Long-time fans will love the new and improved recordings of "The Best," "Champion" and their tribute to Brooklyn living, 718," as well as the appearance of concert standards like "Pluto" and "The Good, The Bad & The Skinnee". Lyrically, frontmen J Guevera and Special J drop more sly and often obscure references than an episode of Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars By far the best Skinnee album.
This is by far the best Skinnee album. This is the one that made me fall in love with the J's.
5-0 out of 5 stars This is what Skinnee is all about.
This album is absolutely unbelievable.The lyrics are incredibly well-crafted, it is a thing of beauty for sure.The only song for the J's that even earned them remote popularity is Riot Nrrrd, which really could serve as the anthem for the CD and the band if The Good, The Bad, and The Skinnee wasn't there to put all other songs in their place.There is simply not a bad song on this CD.Buy it, listen to it, look up the lyrics in Webster's, then know why they are the best lyricists on the planet.

5-0 out of 5 stars Super J's
Underground classic.One of the best I have ever purchased.Recommended to anyone who likes good creative music. ... Read more

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133. A Crow Left of the Murder
Audio CD (03 February, 2004)
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Sales Rank: 83318
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing
It did take me a while to get this latest piece of art from this amazing band, but it's happened. While I instantly loved S.C.I.E.N.C.E., Make Yourself, and Mourning View, it took me a few listens to absolutly love this album. When I first listened to it, the first, and only song that felt like Incubus was Megalomaniac. That dissapointed me, because its the album opener. But after my latest listen, I listened more critically, and now relize that this is yet another Incubus classic. The songs have a grand structure that their other albums lacked. They are less poppy, and more gritty sounding. The one HUGE problem I have with the album is that the bass is hardly audiable through Mike Einziger loud guitars. Einziger's work is among his best on this album, don't get me wrong, he's one of my favorite guitarists. The drumming is insanly fast and well paced and varried. Boyd's vocals are perfect for the songs, and his lyrics are refreshingly different. Incubus is one of the most talented bands in this day and age of no-talent acts. The fact that they change through every album they make proves they have a vast array of musical varriety. i hope that their new album (supposedly coming out late this year) is as good as this, and past releases. The album closer asks "The Ride's Over/ Did You...Enjoy Yourself??".....yes Incubus, yes i did.
5-0 out of 5 stars An essential part of rock history and for incubus
This cd contains some of the quintessential songs that have rocked the Incubus set for some time now. The must have for the Incubus fan, and for any fan of rock music in general. I love this album and believe it has become part of their rock history in an effort to establish themselves amongst the frightening devalued and deservingly transparent bands of today. This is one of the greatest rock acts lighting up the rock world today and doesn't need the deserved attention because they are leaving a mark like those of the past. The true fan understands this. I implore you to find this as well.
5-0 out of 5 stars Fan of Incubus or rock?Get this.
This CD is very good from start to finish.And it's got a little bit of what makes Incubus good.Despite being a little more slowed down than their previous CDs, "A Crow Left of The Murder" is still very good.[Not to mention the clever title]
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134. Devil Without a Cause
Audio CD (13 October, 1998)
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Asin: B00000DCXD
Sales Rank: 31347
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD!
Before I start, I would like to make a comment about what "christy moore" or whatever said. NO, bleeps are bad in edited CDs; they sound very ugly, ruin the CD even more aesthetically (editing songs takes away from the aesthetic beauty of a CD), PLUS, I am a young teenager, and if you have parents that don't want you anywhere near the Kid or anyone with PA CDs out, the bleeps would clue them in.
5-0 out of 5 stars ROCK DONE RIGHT
This album is awesome it's no wonder 11 million copies were sold (making it reach diamond status) all the songs on here are phenomonal.
5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome, just plain awesome
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135. Attack of the Killer B's
by Island
Audio CD (25 June, 1991)
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Sales Rank: 24881
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Nice album
I am no much familiar with Anthrax discography but I own this album and I really like it.Bring The Noise (with Public Enemy) is a killer,Keep It In The Family and Belly Of The Beast are also very successfull, the other songs in the album are not bad.

4-0 out of 5 stars very good
Startin' Up A Posse is one of the all time greatest songs, so make sure you get the version of this CD that contains the song.All the songs are fun to listen to, even though I was never really a fan of Persistance of Time that much.Long live OLD ANTHRAX!

2-0 out of 5 stars What happened here?
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136. Forgotten Freshness, Vol. 3
by Psychopathic
Audio CD (18 December, 2001)
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Sales Rank: 74118
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137. Haunted Cities
by Atlantic / Wea
Audio CD (21 June, 2005)
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Asin: B0009OL89O
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Rarely is a side project equal to the member's primary outfit, but the Transplants subvert that long and wisely held opinion. Named because they are indeed musicians transplanted from other bands--Blink 182's skin beater Travis Barker, Rancid's guitarist and singer, Tim Armstrong, and former AFI roadie Rob Aston make up the line-up--but much to their credit they didn't bring much baggage from their rather high profile musical units except maybe just the smallest throwback to mid-career Rancid on the confrontational and rather bleak"American Guns."But that's really a creative blip, instead the band members display a contagious and clubby party ethic, rather like the Stone Roses before the end of Madchester years with a buzzy menacing guitar and some superb KeithMoon-ian drumming underpinning everything. Instead of promoting punk revivalism, "Haunted Cites" is a compendium of what the band members listen to on their off hours, fusing their love of dancehall, metal, Philly soul, reggae and hip-hop into this rhythmically solid and lyrically adventurous follow-up to their standout 2002 debut. Any band that can name check Blackie Lawless in their first song, and then go on to create such luscious vintage soul, sounding like a reincarnated Stylistics on the chillingly beautiful "What I Can't Describe" deserves to be on the express elevator to the top of the charts. And that's even before you take into account their sardonic paean to hedonism on "Gangsters and Thugs," with it's charmingly bone-headed chorus "Gangsters and thugs/Criminals and hoods/Some of my friends sell records/Some of my friends sell drugs." Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Even Worse than The First
Come on Tim, why are you doing this? you are a musical genious! you played in Operation Ivy! come on man! what's happening! This album, the second album in the history of the transplants is even worse than the first, congrajulations! I didn;t think that was possible! Everything is bad here. Tim went even lower than RANCID, trying to make his voice sound "punk" and ruined his vocal work. It is all a bunch of screaming, croaking, and clicking. Instrumentally, this album may be amongst the worse ever made. Infact, their drummer sounds like a beginner who's been playing for like a year. Tim's guitar level stays about the same, but the bass player is teribble. Tim Armstrong used to play music with exellent musicians, amongst them Matt Freeman, who in my opinion is one of the best of our time. Now the bass player, who's name I haven;t bothered to look up is just as bad as the drummer. I shamefully rate this album 1 star and pray that one day Tim Armstrong will once again take up his guitar, realize what a loser he's bieng right now, remember Operation ivy, and once again become kick ass.
4-0 out of 5 stars transplants didnt do bad at all.
the transplants lowerd down on the screaming unlike the first cd.And most of the songs are amazing, 2 or 3 songs lack excitment and are boring.Otherwise 9.1/10

4-0 out of 5 stars More solid than the 1st
The thing that attracted me to this band in the first place was Travis. He is my favorite drummer and I knew he would never dissapoint and that he'd bring something special to any band he's in. After that 1st impression I discovered that the Transplants are very versatile and the vocals and melodies are very strong. The 1st album was great but the production was a tad bit rough as it was recorded in Tim's basement and Travis only had 5 hours to record drums. This record is a lot more polished and the vocals have improved.
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138. Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle
by Razor & Tie
Audio CD (27 July, 2004)
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Sales Rank: 50372
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars QUESTION about song
does anyone know what the name of the song is in the beginning of the movie after chick magnet..... when harold is driving and you see the hoboken sign.thanks in advance.

4-0 out of 5 stars End song
The song at the end of the movie is called "ooh wee" it's by Mark Ronson. Over all album is good

4-0 out of 5 stars hey anybody know what this song is
hey guys anyone know the title of the song which starts playing at the end of the movie? just after the part where they show the drawing of harold n kumar during the credits
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139. The Calm
by Psychopathic
Audio CD (17 May, 2005)
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Sales Rank: 84473
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Good EP
I think this EP is really good, but they certainly could have done a bit better. Most of the songs are good though, it's definately worth having in your collection. My fave songs would have to be "we'll Be Alright" & "Like It Like That". Overall, I give this album: 4. 25 stars, all juggalos should have this in their collection.
4-0 out of 5 stars not bad..
i don't know why so many people bitch about this one.It's a gooodep a little different like shangri-la but still worth getting
4-0 out of 5 stars get at me doe
i don't think i'd consider myself a juggalo, necessarily. i love icp, i love twiztid, and the whole psychopathic records, and all the stuff the label has put out has kept me in a pretty good mood throughout the garbage i've had to go through...so...maybe i am, i don't know. that's not the point. i was reading through some of these older album reviews and i was pretty upset by what some people have said about icp, their fans, and this record. hip hop heads have this tendency to be unbelievably elitist, and that's what i was reading, about how "our hip hop is better than your hip hop" and all this garbage. hip hop was started as a counterculture and because the mainstream cats just don't understand what we're all about...because it's different. so who are you to say what's too counterculture or not cool because you don't like it? grow up, man. if kids want to express themselves by painting their faces and spraying rootbeer, it's no weirder than you wanting to get a slab of cardboard and breakdance on a corner with your boys, or anything like that. i hate people who think they can tell everyone their music is great and everyone else is dumb because they don't like a million artists with goofy names who nobody but you and your boys have heard of because the dude probably recorded his mixtape in the backseat of your baby momma's car last week and now you're upset because he was throwing copies at people and nobody wanted it. nobody dissed you for that, so leave icp and their fans alone. as far as the record is concerned, it's not as good as some of their other albums, but i think in terms of ICP themselves, i like Violent J more with every release, and Shaggy's doing less rapping and more hyping, which is good and bad, he's as good of a hype man as he is an MC, if not better. the beats are a little more of a throwback to some of their older stuff, and they're a lot more on the up and "happy" side, compared to Hell's Pit, which was one of the darkest records on Psychopathic since the first Dark Lotus cd. the lyrics are pretty funny most of the time, especially Violent J, who I'm starting to think while he might not be the greatest MC ever, is one of the wittiest MCs I've ever heard, the rhyme schemes might not be jaw dropping, but he's a very funny guy. I'm interested to see what these guys do now that the Joker's Saga is over and a lot of their supergroups are on hold (two of the seven members of Psychopathic Rydas, the sixth member of Dark Lotus, and two of the three MCs in Soopa Villainz are all no longer on the label). It ought to be an interesting next few years, sportsfans. stay tuned. and everyone who doesn't like icp doesn't have to listen to them. it shouldn't be hard...they're not on BET's Freestyle Filez or MTV's TRL or on your radio unless you live in the D...and i'm not even sure they're on the radio there either. thanks for listening to me ramble. ... Read more

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140. Hokus Pokus
by Polygram Int'l
Audio CD (23 February, 1999)
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Asin: B000008A1N
Sales Rank: 69316
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars it is the greatest 1 (like all icp)
hey this is one freash cd out. like all icp stuff is.I have both and i think this one is the best.If you are a wicket clown and love fayo it a must have man i mean it it get it and be down with the clowns 4 life

5-0 out of 5 stars spred clown love
the clowns rule. all of there albums are 5 stars. get all of there albums or u will get a axe to the forehead.

5-0 out of 5 stars What is wrong with you people?
Why hasn't anyone reviewed this CD? Why? Is it because you are SCARED? Is it because you are afraid of the evil lyrics? Or are you just afraid of the band? If it is any of the above , or you just haven't heard it yet then I pity you.THESE GUYS ROCK, get use to it! ... Read more

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