Beavis and Butt-Head changed my life. They taught me that it is o.k. to be completely stupid. I found this at the store for 5 friggin dollars and it is totally worth more than that. The songs are awesome, but the B&B segments are painfully funny. If you come across this, BUY IT!!! STUPIDITY RULES!!!!
The pop song-score is often accused of being little more than ancillary merchandising for many a film and the supporting evidence is often hard to deny. But this well-chosen collection of modern rock and metal for director Jonathan Hensleigh’s adaptation of the vengeance-obsessed Marvel Comics anti-hero is a gratifying exception; apt sonic seasoning for the film’s bleak, contemporary edge. The thrash of Hatebreed, Chevelle, and the new Drowning Pool lineup and tracks by more established acts like Puddle of Mudd, Nickelback, and Queens of the Stone Age (who turn in a smart, chunky cover of Romeo Void’s Rock-of-the-80’s staple, ”Never Say Never”) alone would make it a welcome rock-metal sampler. But its 19 tracks also encompass an intriguing range of lesser known bands and one-off collaborations (Seether and Amy Lee, Jerry Cantrell and Damageplan, Ben Moody/Jason Miller/Jason ”Gong” Jones); all bristling with a dark, moody energy that perfectly echos the film’s dour, relentlessly violent tone. – Jerry McCulley
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I love the tunes on this album. Get the free audacity software to remove the Beavis and Butthead dialogue.
I don’t know why this is so dirt cheap, it’s twice as good as their movie soundtrack. It’s pretty much the mix of bands you would expect. The better tracks are from “Nirvana”, “Megadeth”, “Aerosmith”, “Primus” and the “Red Hot Chili Peppers” covering a “Stooges” song. But the best track is Butt-heads “Come To Butt-head”. It’s him talking over a slow 70’s groove, and is really funny. There’s also B & B chit-chat between most songs, some of it goes on forever, but most is humerous. At this price it’s worth getting. It’ll go great with your “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure” and “Wayne’s World” soundtracks.
I love this for the simple fact that when I discovered it back around when it was released, it introduced me to such music as White Zombie, Megadeth and Anthrax.
I really liked this CD mostly because I love Beavis and Butthead but also because it has lots of funny moments. It’s almost like watching part of an episode for every song. My two favorite songs are “Come to Butthead” [a song that is based on Buthhead's saying (this song is very funny)], and “I got you babe” where Beavis and Butthead sing the famous song along with Cher. Butthead sings and when I first listened to the CD, my jaw hurt from laughing so much. I hope evrybody who likes Beavis and Butthead even just a little bit, to get this CD. It is great!!!!!!! END