Other Sellers on Amazon
Past,Present&Fut.(Ex Box set
|Price:||£15.06 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20. Details|
Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) is a service Amazon offers sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's warehouses, and Amazon directly does the picking, packing, shipping and customer service on these items. Something Amazon hopes you'll especially enjoy: FBA items are eligible for and for Amazon Prime just as if they were Amazon items.
If you're a seller, you can increase your sales significantly by using Fulfilment by Amazon. We invite you to learn more about this programme .
- Choose from over 13,000 locations across the UK
- Prime members get unlimited deliveries at no additional cost
- Find your preferred location and add it to your address book
- Dispatch to this address when you check out
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
I will ship by EMS or SAL items in stock in Japan. It is approximately 7-14days on delivery date. You wholeheartedly support customers as satisfactory. Thank you for you seeing it.
Top Customer Reviews
First of all, even though it says Rob Zombie, it includes White Zombie numbers. Secondly, half of the tracks are choice cuts from both Zombie's discography (not including the remix albums) while the other half consists of songs featured on soundtracks, 2 previously unreleased tracks and a Ramones cover. Also you get a bonus DVD containing 10 Zombie videos.
So not only is this album targeted at recent converts to Zombie, it also targets Zombie completists. The only reason i'm not giving this 5 stars is basically the fact that I (and other fans) have to fork out money for music I already have. While it is also good to have new Zombie material, some songs are questionable. For example: the cover version of Blitzrieg Bop and the duet with Lionel Ritchie! But then again Rob has always been an eccentric! And relating to the soundtrack songs, personally I would have put The One (from Escape From L.A.) and Ratfinks, Suicide Tanks and Cannonball Girls (from Beavis and Butthead Do America) on the album. But then again, you can't have everything!
But for me, these are minor criticisms, as what makes up for them is the bonus DVD containing the video's, especially Dragula. I forgot how funny that video is! Plus I never get to see any Zombie videos on TV (even on MTV2!). Overall a worthwhile purchase.
OK, you may wonder how we got from the material from La Sexorcisto... to The Sinister Urge when you first put it on, or how Thunder Kiss '65 seems to last about a week, but at least it keep the earlier, embyonic version of the Zombie we know and love to a minimum (although WTPMF and Soul Crusher would've been good additions, all things considered), as well as where I first heard them - Feed the Gods from the Airheads soundtrack.
Maybe the material from Astro Creep: 2000... could be expanded upon, as only More Human Than Human and Supercharger Heaven figure, but they're still classic tracks in their own right and deserve to find an audience that weren't too interested in 1995. Lifting some soundtrack entries is an inspired idea but, as my fellow reviewer states, The One would've been just as good an addition.
However, once we move into the solo material, we do get the best of the best cuts, although once again I could gripe about one or two missing tracks, when you're bouncing around to Dragula this thought soon disappears faster than fromer drummer Ivan de Prume. In fact, there is only one gripe about the whole set that isn't just "I wanted Song X, Y and Z" - the cover of Blitzkrieg Bop, which just seems like a bad idea - even if it was in honour of Joey Ramone (RIP).
As for the video section, this is where the set comes alive, especially with three top notch vids (MHTH, Dragula, Never Gonna Stop...Read more ›
The only tracks I don't like are Brickhouse 2003 plus Return of the Phantom Stranger and Spookshow Baby on the DVD.
My favourites are Feed the Gods, Hands of Death, Dragula and Demonoid Phenomenon.
He also put far too many random covers and soundtrack songs on it. Silly man. The booklet's nice, though.
But all things considered, it's Zombie so by definition it kicks arse.
What we need now is an all new DVD with *ALL* his music videos on it (Super Charger Heaven, woo!) and maybe even a live show or two. That would be awesome. Come on Rob, pull yourself together, stop making pointless movies (much as I enjoyed HO1KC, I woulda prefered to see his efforts going into a new album), stop doing silly cover songs and rubbish duets, write some of the good old kick ass groovy stuff that we all know and love to be Zombie.
When you pay for a Zombie record, the zombie record delivers. And in this case, the rock monster has delivered us two special discs, one entirely dedicated to his music, the other to his music videos(which he directed).
The songs on the music CD are set in chronological order, which goes from Rob's past band, White Zombie, to his latest and unreleased solo songs. The songs on the CD are simply great. Sure, the lyrics tend to be kinda cheesy, but once you have the cd in your stereo, and you start hearing heavy-lumpy-electro-industrial guitars and gritty vocals, who cares! Just remember to set the stereo volume to high.
About the DVD that comes along with the other CD. Well, all I can say is that I've never really seen a point for an artist in making a video, simply because anyone should interprit the song as they wish, without being influenced by the artist BUT the videos on the DVD are really well constructed, and I can assure you that you will certainly have fun in watching them. The videos also are the proof of how much Rob's mind can be creative, and not many artist today actually can be creative and deliver as much as Rob Zombie does. Credit should also be given to the band members and to the ex-white zombie members for giving us the pleasure in assisting to their immense musical talent. Particularly the white zombie guys.
Ultimately, this really really is good. No, not good, delicious. It is delicious because once you'll have listened to it once, you'll have devoured it, without even knowing it! Higly reccomended for anyone who loves not just hard rock or heavy metal, but music.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The have to have this remastered with extra tracks plus the DVD , GO GET IT NOWPublished 29 days ago by Mr. Robert Lismore
good dvd videos must see !!
if you like rob zombie buy this
glad I got it
give it a try
Arrived quickly, well packaged. A perfect cd for a Zombie fan - music and videos for a perfect evening with a bottle of beer!Published on 6 Dec. 2013 by Su
Technically this is Zombies first 'greatest hits' collection, albeit coming after only a pair of solo albums (Hellbilly Deluxe and The Sinister Urge) and his earlier White Zombie... Read morePublished on 4 Jan. 2013 by J. Fielder