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Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor

by Rob Zombie

Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor by Rob Zombie

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Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor

by Rob Zombie

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Label: Ume
Give or take the minute-long Middle Eastern psych instrumental "Theme For The Rat Vendor," Zombie may not break new ground on his fifth solo album. But he can't be accused of taking his shtick too seriously. He's mainly in heavy techno-garage mode, keeping punch-outs short and simple like Pussy Galore and ratcheting up cartoon-trash hooklines: "I'm so hazardous/ My name is Lazarus," "They call me a pentagram Peter Pan," "69 in the county morgue." He also pretends to be a howling radio DJ, intercepts sundry grade-Z horror signals and mixes the cowbell really high when he covers Grand Funk.

About This Album

Give or take the minute-long Middle Eastern psych instrumental "Theme For The Rat Vendor," Zombie may not break new ground on his fifth solo album. But he can't be accused of taking his shtick too seriously. He's mainly in heavy techno-garage mode, keeping punch-outs short and simple like Pussy Galore and ratcheting up cartoon-trash hooklines: "I'm so hazardous/ My name is Lazarus," "They call me a pentagram Peter Pan," "69 in the county morgue." He also pretends to be a howling radio DJ, intercepts sundry grade-Z horror signals and mixes the cowbell really high when he covers Grand Funk.

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About This Album

Give or take the minute-long Middle Eastern psych instrumental "Theme For The Rat Vendor," Zombie may not break new ground on his fifth solo album. But he can't be accused of taking his shtick too seriously. He's mainly in heavy techno-garage mode, keeping punch-outs short and simple like Pussy Galore and ratcheting up cartoon-trash hooklines: "I'm so hazardous/ My name is Lazarus," "They call me a pentagram Peter Pan," "69 in the county morgue." He also pretends to be a howling radio DJ, intercepts sundry grade-Z horror signals and mixes the cowbell really high when he covers Grand Funk.