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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

This is what I call an "album"!

I bought this album back in 1995 and wore out two cassettes before entering the digital age...what an album! From start to finish, this is IMHO Rob Zombie's best, even better than 'Hellbilly Deluxe'. The darker, thrash-happy tunes will keep you rockin'. Well worth the $10, though the iTunes version of 'Blood, Milk & Sky' is shorter (5:47) than the original LP version (11:20).

One Hell of an Album

Chainsaw-ripping guitar metal riffs, chest-thumping drum pedaling and twisted lyrics. You were listening to the future at the time. I say that because I think this album was ahead of its time. Just listen to More Human than Human. It sounds more like 2005 than 1995.


First off, don't be fooled by all the other monkeys who only have a passing association with White Zombie; all their cries of "Not as good as their first!" should be ingnored, because the masses in general are referring to "La Sexorcisto, Devil Music Vol. 1", which is actually their third album; and while I do agree it's more solidly in the groove metal genre, the groove-infused tracks on this album are indeed their superior works. I'd also like to take this time to address a fallacy of sorts I read in an earlier review.

User "Sleestaks" said that this version of "Blood Milk and Sky" is shorter; this is not actually the case, as on the original album "The Sidewalk Ends Where the Bug Parade Begins" is a hidden track after roughly three and a half mintues of silece, so all the music is there, iTunes just cut out the dead space and made Bug Parade it's own track (I did something similiar with my audio editing software, cutting the dead space from almost four mintues down to about thirty seconds, but kept it on the same track) in an effort to streamline the album, making the moniker of "Bonus Track" a misnomer that should actually read "Hidden Track".

Now, if they could just get copies of Soul Crusher and Make Them Die Slowly up here, that would be excellent.


Formed: 1985 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

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