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Astro-Creep: 2000 - Songs of Love, Destruction and Other Synthetic Delusions of the Electric Head (Bonus Track Version)

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Album Review

Following the belated surprise success of La Sexorcisto, Astro-Creep: 2000 carried the weight of high expectations, something that White Zombie was never familiar with before. Unsurprisingly, White Zombie plays it safe on Astro-Creep, never straying from their white-trash-on-acid metal. While it's undeniably campy, the band genuinely loves the trash they sing about, so they fit right into the tradition of tongue-in-cheek heavy metal bands from Alice Cooper to Kiss. Where those bands relied on songcraft beneath their shtick, White Zombie relies on a full-throttle roar. Borrowing such techniques as distorted vocals and drilling riffs from pseudo-industrial metal like Ministry, the band beefs up their basic sound, making it powerful enough to disguise the lack of solid song structures and memorable riffs. Sonically, Astro-Creep delivers the initial goods, yet it never develops into trash as substantial as "Thunder Kiss '65." [Geffen's 2007 reissue included one bonus track.]

Customer Reviews

Zombie rules

When I was listening to this earlier today, I thought that it's a shame that more bands aren't putting out music like this today. I mean this came out over 16 years ago and it sounds like something that should be comming out today. Instead bands like arcade fire and owl city are pumping out that gay electronic elevator rock by the truck load. If they must add the electro elements to their rock they should do it up evil like zombie did. I think that this timeless masterpiece fits 2011 and beyond better than anything that today's bands are putting out,ZOMBIE FOREVER!!!


Zombie at it's best!!! Blur technocolor reminds me of ace venture when nature calls when jim carrey is driving the monster truck. This album is as hard as it gets.


Released in 1995 the hard driving scorching riffs combined with Rob Zombie's powerful primal vocals make this album go down like a single malt scotch-intense but satisfying. Easily in the top 5 best hard rock albums of the 90's.


Formed: 1985 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

For metalheads who thought bands like W.A.S.P. and Mötley Crüe just weren't menacing or heavy enough, White Zombie was the perfect antidote for a period of time during the mid- to late '90s, fusing B-horror movie visuals and subject matter with heavy music and growled vocals. And while White Zombie was originally thought to be a full-fledged band, it would later become known that the group was almost entirely the vision of its larger-than-life singer, Rob Zombie. Hence, the White Zombie story begins...
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