Rob Zombie or White Zombie: However you look at it, it’s all here. The choice cuts from Rob’s career as a musician (well, since being signed by Geffen in ‘91 anyways) are all in their place. Every hit he had and everything in between, this compilation will satisfy anyone from the die-hard fan to the casual fan. Favorites such as “More Human Than Human,” “Dragula” & “Thunderkiss ‘65″ are all on here along with lesser-knowns such as “Supercharger Heaven” and “Black Sunshine.” And for anyone who has completed their collection of Rob/White Zombie discs already, there are b-sides such as “Feed The Gods” (‘Airheads’ soundtrack), “I’m Your Boogeyman” (‘Crow: City of Angels’ soundtrack), the Howard Stern collaboration “Great American Nightmare” (‘Private Parts’ soundtrack) and plenty more. We are also treated to two brand new Rob Zombie cuts, “Two Lane Blacktop” and “Girl On Fire” which fit in perfectly with the rest of the Zombie catalogue and are hopefully a prelude to a new Zombie album. And, as if all of this wasn’t enough, we get a bonus DVD with the greatest video hits and 3 unreleased videos from the ‘Hellbilly Deluxe’ album (“Demonoid Phenomenon,” “Return of the Phantom Stranger” and “Spookshow Baby”). Nineteen tracks deep and a DVD with ten music videos, you just cannot go wrong with this collection. If you are or ever were a fan, you owe it to yourself to pick up this album. There is not one second of filler and for once with a Greatest Hits compilation, there is nothing that is left behind.