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Up for sale is this CD in Very Good condition, includes original Disc, Art work & CD case. We have been selling on Amazon online since 2002. Now selling on Unisquare, Webstore and eBluejay as well. All DVD's, CD's, Blu-ray's and Video Games are cleaned, tested & guaranteed to work. All used media may have lite scratches. But it will not effect playback.
. Detailed item info Album Features UPC: 600445010727 Artist: Powerman 5000 Format: CD Release Year: 1999 Record Label: Dreamworks SKG Genre: Heavy Metal
Track Listing 1. An Eye Is upon You 2. Super Nova Goes Pop 3. When Worlds Collide 4. Nobody's Real 5. System 11:11 6. Tonight the Stars Revolt! 7. Automatic 8. The Son of X-51 9. Annihilate Operate 10. Blast off to Nowhere - (featuring Rob Zombie) 11. They Know Who You Are 12. Good Times Roll - (featuring DJ Lethal) 13. Watch the Sky for Me - (featuring Ginger Fish)
Details Playing Time: 39 min. Contributing Artists: Rob Zombie, DJ Lethal, Ginger Fish Distributor: Universal Distribution Recording Type: Studio Recording Mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a
Album Notes Powerman 5000: Spider One (vocals); Adam 12, M.33 (guitar); Dorian 27 (bass); Al 3 (drums).Additional personnel: Rob Zombie, DJ Lethal, Ginger Fish.Producers: Powerman 5000, Sylvia Massy, Ulrich Wild.Personnel: Adam ?, M (guitar); Ginger Fish (piano); Al (drums); Statik, Statik Humphery, Marc LaCorte, Scott Humphrey (programming); DJ Lethal (turntables).Audio Mixers: Frank Gryner; Scott Humphrey; Ulrich Wild.Recording information: Sound City; Sunset Studios; The Chop Shop & Music Rinder.Photographer: Chapman Baehler.POWERMAN 5000 is an agreeably cartoonish metal/rap hybrid, distinguished by sci-fi and superhero imagery and lead singer Spider One's hilariously over-the-top declamations. Any similarity to White Zombie is totally intentional; in fact, Rob Zombie himself shows up on the aptly named "Blast Off to Nowhere." Other highlights include "When Worlds Collide" and "Nobody's Real," which have rather canny big chorus sing-along hooks, and don't miss a cover of The Cars' "Good Times Roll" that totally out-sinisters the original. Bottom line: exactly the kind of album Beavis and Butt-Head would have killed for. . Combined shipping is available. $3.00 for first dvd, $1.00 each additional.