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With The Sinister Urge, Rob Zombie again wraps his rasp around a thunderous blend of heavy grooves powered by human and electronic drums. Creepy touches of theremin and keyboards add Goth accents, while the clever arrangements adorn melodies that are irresistibly catchy yet plenty aggressive. The lyrics are set firmly in a horror realm; with titles such as "House of 1000 Corpses" and "Scum of the Earth", one wouldn't anticipate tender love songs. Zombie scatters about sound bites from monster movies for good measure--an apt touch, but with the album clocking in at less than 40 minutes, there's a bit too much filler. Still, with highlights such as "Bring Her Down" with its spine-tingling orchestration, the hard-driving "Dead Girl Superstar" (featuring Slayer guitarist Kerry King), and "Feel So Numb" Zombie generates much genuine excitement. --Gail Flug
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One song that certainly deserves special mention is Iron Head, which features none other than Ozzy Osbourne helping out on the vocals; the way he and Zombie alternate lines makes Ozzy's input especially effective. Dead Girl Superstar is a great hard-rocking track, and I also really like Bring Her Down (To Crippletown), another song which features a dramatic contrast between the verses and chorus. Scum of the Earth isn't bad, but I would consider it the only light-weight song on the album. There really isn't as much filler material on here as some might think. Sinners Inc.Read more ›
I recommend the songs, 'Never Gonna Stop', 'Feel So Numb' and 'Dead Girl Superstar' the most. So what are you people waiting for?...
It's got eleven tracks, of which two are instrumental filler. So, of the nine remaining only four really stand out, being Dead Girl Superstar (all 2.5 mins of it), Iron Head, Feel So Numb and Scum Of The Earth (although most fans will already have this as it was released last year). The others aren't bad, they just don't rock and don't have the catchy chorus lines we've come to expect. Also the tempo of them has been slowed down, seen most on the rather tedious Never Gonna Stop, California and House Of 1000 Corpses.
Like Hellbilly the album clocks in at less than 40 mins. I could handle this if like Hellbilly it was full of instant classics, but it isn't. Also the lyrics seem a little less well conceived than on previous outings. They seem tacked on as an after thought.
So, considering it's taken him 3 years to produce something new, it's a disappointment.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My only criticism of Rob Zombie is that he does so many remixes of his older stuff. He still churns out thumping new rock beats too though.Published on 20 April 2013 by Mr Gordon Bowie
i was very surprised at some of the other comments about this album. i thought this was fantastic. great heavy metal stuff and typically brilliant rob zombie. Read morePublished on 16 July 2007 by ophelia jangle
This is un-Doubtably Sir. Rob's best album to date. (excluding the greatest hits of course) A definably amazing entourage of vocal talent this mans seems to possess this could be... Read morePublished on 1 Mar. 2004
Before you I comment on this album, let's be sure on my perspective regarding Rob. I liked some of White Zombie, it was classy metal yet absolutely hilarious in a subtle twisted... Read morePublished on 9 Oct. 2002 by The Holy Ferret
When i got this album i didnt know alot about Rob Zombie, and then i got his CD...................
It is amazing!! Read more
What can you say, Rob Zombie delivers a venomous slab of post industrial, B movie noise that is the perfect antidote to a stale scene. Read morePublished on 31 Jan. 2002
This is an exerlant album! Although it is not as good as hell billy, it is far better than robs first bands album (white zombie) astrocreep 2000. Read morePublished on 10 Jan. 2002
Whilst Hellbilly was one of the finest albums of the last decade, urge is not! thats not to say it doesn't have its good parts, Feel so numb is a great song but most of the album... Read morePublished on 7 Jan. 2002 by Slaine
This is a brilliant album by the master Rob Zombie, from the great dead girl super star, to the ever so catchy Never gonna stop, with guest vocals from Ozzy Osbourne this is a must... Read morePublished on 4 Dec. 2001 by email@example.com