What is the deal with listening to sound effects? You can’t possibly tell me that a normal person enjoys listening to this pretentious garbage. If any of my friends were to play this in my presence I’d be gone.
The joke’s starting to look a little worn around the edges. It’s facile to observe that the people who toss the phrase ”family values” around don’t have Limp Bizkit, Korn, Filter, or Primus in mind when they talk about wholesome entertainment. Well, duh. That said, this a solid collection for those who like the aforementioned bands and their allies, though just about all of this stuff is available in other versions. One highlight is Staind’s heavy-duty ”Mudshovel,” though the best performances overall are from Limp Bizkit, which explains why they provide 4 of the 16 tracks on the album and no other act serves up more than 2. Tracks from Method Man and the Crystal Method weirdly break up the metal that dominates, and there’s the obligatory acoustic bonus track, featuring Aaron Lewis of Staind and Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit. –Genevieve Williams
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Gnarled layers of haunting eeriness. Truly puts your emotions on edge while taking you on a mental journey through hell. Let your imagination construct the horrible tale. A blend of audio clips, sound effects and musical bits that have the subtlety of a sledgehammer. I hear something new upon every listen.
This album is great for eerie vibes, be sure to check it out. The name says it all. What will Paul poop out next? Great noises, and ambient vibes of something gone wrong. Hope to see more of pink anvil in the future.