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Methods of Mayhem
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on 21 March 2000
Tommy Lee has truly buried his dodgy past with this collection of some of the best rap and metal collaborations I've ever heard.
The list of appearences is impressive enough (Snoop Dogg, L'il Kim, Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit, to name but a few) but when you hear how it all fits in to create a noisey tapestry of ecclecticism, it is hard not to be bowled over.
'Methods Of Mayhem'succeeds as a great record in that Tommy has avoided the cringeworthy elements that usually rear their ugly heads on albums of with such a mix of genres. You don't get the impression that Tommy merely likes the sort of music he is making on this album, rather that he is aware of its limitations and how it can be used successfully and with most impact.
It seems that Tommy has finally realised that he is worth more than Motley Crue. Stick to what you're good at, I say...
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on 28 February 2000
Lock up your grandmothers but this is STUNNING! Tommy Lee (and some big name guests) deliver a highly polished, outstanding performance in a perfect combination of heavy metal and rap.Never having heard the 'Methods' before, I bought this after hearing just one track and it didn't disappoint. It really is a work of art.
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on 26 August 2000
One of the best abums I've heard all year! took a bit of time to get into it, but once youre there not a lot can beat it! Tommy Lee has definitely not grown up yet and can still knock out some decent tunes. The first song is absoultely wicked.
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on 24 October 2010
Gr8 value CD,definately not what you would normally associate Tommy Lee with but as the reviews show,the more you listen the better it gets,keeps on pumping to the last!.
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on 15 December 2016
Great album, not usually my normal type of music. A must have for people who like nu-metal and early 00's rock.
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on 25 August 2015
Good to listen too.
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on 17 December 2014
very GOOD !!!!!!
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