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Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water

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  • Calling this album music is a total insult to many talented artists today! The lyrics is horrible (I mean why use the f word every second in Hot Dog, whining about every single thing. He’s obviously 30-something, so he wouldn’t know what’s it like to be a teen of the year 2000-1. His attempts to mock Trent Reznor of NIN is obviously futile through-out the album), about as bad as their second album, “Significant Other”. The guitars, drums, electronics, and bass is highly boring, too. Not only that, why Fred Durst flaks many artists and bands such as Creed, Marilyn Manson (IMHO, a great philosopher and mis-interpreted genius.), Alanis Morsiette and many others? Is he jealous of them or maybe he is a school-yard bully so he can get attention? Speaking of Fred Durst, his vocals sucks. His voice is about as horrible as a drugged up hyena. Using guest artists and putting “Take A Look Around” cannot save this failed album from a failed band. Avoid this album, along with many today’s talentless nu-metal bands, such as Linkin Park, Papa Roach, and Taproot. If you want good nu-metal albums, get albums from Rage Against The Machine or One Minute Silence, instead. You want real and true-to-honest artists that doesn’t cash in attention and money? Get albums from Tool, Slayer, Pitchshifter, Ministry, Fear Factory, Meshuggah, Metallica (old stuff), Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Misery Loves Co., Machine Head, Revolting Cocks, Nothingface, Skinlab, Refused, Skinny Puppy, Front Line Assembly, Project Pitchfork, Pig, NIN, B.B. King, Eric Clapton, The Eagles, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Santana, Sophie B. Hawkins, Katie Price, Sarah McLaughlin, Beethoven, Mozart, and any other artists that is much better than this poor excuse of a band.BTW, I think the thing between Christina Augilera and Fred Durst is rather disturbing. Combining both of their mockery of music in MTV awards is scary. Please, avoid garbage pop music and many hopeless nu-metal bands. Image isn’t everything, you know?

    Posted on December 19, 2009