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Past, Present & Future


Download links and information about Past, Present & Future by Rob Zombie. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:13:10 minutes.

Artist: Rob Zombie
Release date: 2003
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:13:10
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No. Title Length
1. Thunder Kiss '65 (featuring White Zombie) 3:54
2. Black Sunshine (featuring White Zombie) 4:49
3. Feed the Gods (featuring White Zombie) 4:29
4. More Human Than Human (featuring White Zombie) 4:29
5. Super Charger Heaven (featuring White Zombie) 3:37
6. I'm Your Boogie Man (featuring White Zombie) 4:27
7. Hands of Death (Burn Baby Burn) 4:12
8. The Great American Nightmare 3:54
9. Dragula 3:42
10. Living Dead Girl 3:22
11. Superbeast 3:40
12. Feel So Numb 3:53
13. Never Gonna Stop (The Red, Red Kroovy) 3:10
14. Demon Speeding 3:44
15. Brick House 2003 3:48
16. Pussy Liquor 4:46
17. Blitzkreig Bop 2:43
18. Two-Lane Blacktop 3:02
19. Girl On Fire 3:29



Past, Present & Future is the first-ever Rob Zombie retrospective. The collection is steeped both visually and aurally in the scary monsters, sexy women, and schlock horror images that have always adorned Zombie's death's-head calling card; from a strictly musical standpoint, his turgid industrial sludge and beyond-the-grave vocals benefit greatly from the set's liberal editing. That's because Zombie has always had one fabulously filthy gear, and his pedal is always scraping the metal; Past's 19 tracks simply streamline his career's death race into one satisfying 2000-mile straightaway. "Thunder Kiss '65," "Dragula," and the incredible, impossible, wonderfully stupid "More Human Than Human" attack the eardrums with toxic vengeance; collaborations with Alice Cooper and Howard Stern approach the proto-industrial grind of KMFDM; and kooky covers of "I'm Your Boogieman" and "Brickhouse" run the originals' disco beat through a freaky fun house filled with lurid porn samples and booty-shaking bottom end. (The latter track even pulls poor Lionel Richie into a duet with Rob and raunchy Trick Daddy protégée Trina). "Pussy Liquor" is just dumb, but again, you have to be amazed at Zombie's ability to get away — and even do well with — such stupidity. After all, behind the dreads, monster makeup, and platform boots, Zombie is a likeable, talented creative with a flair for reinvention. Like so much of his source material, his work isn't meant for deep contemplation — only chomping-at-the-bit consumption. That's why he can make it sound like he invented the word "Yeah!" In addition to its host of past guilty pleasures, Past, Present & Future includes two previously unreleased songs and a DVD with ten Zombie-directed music videos, three of them never before seen. Never known for his humbleness, Zombie also designed the accompanying full-color, 36-page booklet, which includes a bizarre photo timeline in which the Astrocreep seems to age 50 years in less than 20.