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"Weird Al" Yankovic
Bad Hair Day
"Weird Al" YankovicThis CD serves up a mix of parodies and a batch of Yankovic originals. Weird Al's setting of Coolio's "Gangsta's Paradise" in Amish country is inspired. What better way to send up the swaggering ways of hip-hop and contemporary R&B than to transpose them to this humble, traditionalist world? Yankovic turns U2's "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" into a song about an unpleasant visit to the dentist's office. Here drills, not deep feelings, cause screams. "The Alternative Polka," a medley of eleven mid-'90s alternative hits, drains the songs of any cool factor in five minutes flat. Listening to send-ups is like hearing two songs at once; the gap in tone cracks you up. It's fun to hear Weird Al deflate the cool attitudes, grandeur, and emotionalism of pop hits. Yankovic's generic originals, despite some funny ideas and lines, have limited appeal. —Fred Cisterna
Weird Al Yankovic - Greatest Hits, Volume II
"Weird Al" Yankovic
311
311Razor-sharp guitars, hip-hop and funk rhythms, and healthy doses of ska and dance-hall reggae make this one of the most surprising albums to come out of the American heartland. But what's most remarkable about 311's breakthrough release is its enlightened attitude: In an otherwise terminally aggro style of music, where everyone strives to be harder than each other, 311 put down deadly weaponry on "Guns (Are for Pussies)." "Hive," meanwhile, disses hard drug use (but they're pro-hemp, of course), and "Misdirected Hostility" encourages, of all things, positivity ("All that angst sh*t is just cheesy"). Vocalist Nick Hexum and rapper Doug "S.A." Martinez trade lines with ease, and the band dexterously shifts gears between heavy tracks like "Down" and "Brodels," the frantic "Jackolantern's Weather," and the laid-back "All Mixed Up" and "Sweet." —Daniel Durchholz
Aerosmith's Greatest Hits
Aerosmith
Check Your Head
Beastie Boys
Hello Nasty
Beastie Boys
Ill Communication
Beastie Boys
Paul's Boutique
Beastie Boys
Odelay
Beck
THE E.N.D.
Black Eyed PeasTHE E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies)

The new album by The Black Eyed Peas is off to a blazing start! The first single from The E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies), BOOM BOOM POW was also the Peas' very first #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart!

With The E.N.D., The Peas are poised to continue with the success of Elephunk and their fourth release Monkey Business - they have had multiple hit anthems, such as "My Humps" "Pump It" and "Let's Get It Started" along with "Don't Phunk With My Heart" "Where is the Love?" and "Don't Lie".

In the midst of the success of the Black Eyed Peas, FERGIE released her debut solo album, The Dutchess, in 2006. To date the album has sold over six million copies worldwide and spanned five Top 5 hits. Moreover, Fergie became the first female artist in history to have four consecutive #1 singles (Billboard).

Will.i.am is also a Grammy nominated producer - nominated for the Producer of The Year Award in 2007 and nominated again at the 2009 Grammy's. He has lent his services to some of the biggest superstars in the business; Fergie, The Pussycat Dolls, John Legend, Mary J. Blige, Ricky Martin, Justin Timberlake, Diddy, Nas, Michael Jackson, Usher, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, and U2. Besides his music endeavors, will.i.am is committed to social activism and is an outspoken advocate of progressive political initiatives. His "Yes We Can" video won an EMMY and a Webby Award and has over 19 million views on YouTube to date.

The Black Eyed Peas have sold over 20 million albums worldwide, have won three Grammy awards and have been nominated for 11 total as well as awards won at Teen Choice, MTV, American Music Awards, among many others from around the world!
Along Comes Mary
Bloodhound Gang
Bad Touch
Bloodhound Gang
The Bad Touch [CD 1]
Bloodhound Gang
The Bad Touch [CD 2]
Bloodhound Gang
Bad Touch [EU]
Bloodhound Gang
Bad Touch [OZ]
Bloodhound Gang
Ballad of Chasey Lain [Germany #2]
Bloodhound Gang
The Ballad of Chasey Lain [OZ]
Bloodhound GangFeatures Two Mixes of a Bonus Track 'bad Touch'plus Three Mixes of 'ballad of Chasey Lain'as Well as an Enhanced Version.
Dingleberry Haze
Bloodhound Gang
Hooray
Bloodhound Gang
Hooray for Boobies
Bloodhound GangSampler INT5P-6670
Hooray for Boobies
Bloodhound Gang
Hooray for Boobies
Bloodhound Gang*****
Hooray for Boobies (Promo)
Bloodhound Gang
The Inevitable Return of the Great White Dope
Bloodhound Gang
Mope
Bloodhound GangPromotional Copy INTR-10109-2
Mope
Bloodhound Gang
Mope
Bloodhound Gang
One Fierce Beer Coaster
Bloodhound Gang*****
Use Your Fingers
Bloodhound GangWhite rappers generally divide into two camps: the Beastie Boys disciples and the House of Pain clique. For the former, honky hip-hop has nothing to do with the African-American experiences that gave birth to the rap form; rather, it is borrowed to express the middle-class, often suburban, ennui that comes from too much pop culture and too much time on one's hands. In the latter, groups attempt to co-opt the Afrocentrism and identity worship from black rap and use it as a template for their own particular ethnic trumpeting—Irish, in HOP's case. On their debut album, Use Your Fingers, Bloodhound Gang make it clear which group they expect to be confused with: "No, I'm not the guy from the Beastie Boys!" yells Jimmy Pop (or is it his partner Daddy Long Legs?). Hailing from suburban Philadelphia, BG are a self-contained frat party dying to offend anyone who'll listen with their often hilarious, in-your-face political incorrectness. They fight for their right to be moronic throughout—whether worshiping Rip Taylor or invoking the Cavity Creeps from an old toothpaste ad. It's not all just fat-chick and cripple jokes, though: BG back up their obnoxious idiocy with some fairly wise musical maneuvering. While their age and background lead them to repeatedly mine the '80s for material—Duran Duran and Cure samples, Michael Jackson and Blondie interpolations, a "Kids in America" cover—their sly comments and ingenious a cappella snippets prove they're surprisingly sharp and able lads. —Roni Sarig
Why's Everybody Always Pickin' On Me? [EU]
Bloodhound Gang
Why's Everybody Always Pickin' On Me? [OZ]
Bloodhound Gang
Sixteen Stone
Bush
Gangsta's Paradise
Coolio featuring L.V.
Dig
Dig
Believe
Disturbed
Felons & Revolutionaries
Dope*****
The Lion King: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Elton John Tim Rice
Closed Casket
Esham
You've Come a Long Way, Baby
Fatboy SlimJapanese edition of the 1998 & second album by Norman Cooke (a.k.a. Fatboy Slim) featuring 'The World Went Down' added as a bonus track, completely different artwork than the U.S.release & the hit singles 'The Rockafeller Skank' & 'Gangster Tripping'. 12 tracks total. A Skint Records release. The full title is 'You've Come A Long Way, Baby'.
Demanufacture (Limited Edition Digipak)
Fear Factory*****
Tierna La Noche
Fey*****
Apostrophe
Frank ZappaImported from Japan by Rykodisc

Packaged in deluxe mini-album jacket sleeves, these 10 classic albums by rock legend FRANK ZAPPA are now available as limited edition Japanese Imports! These packages re-create the original vinyl packaging in miniaturized form!
Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild
Game MusicJapanese 5 CD set. From the famous game "The Legend of Zelda: Breadth of the Wild" comes an original soundtrack album, featuring all 211 songs. Including BGM songs in the games and trailers, plus a booklet and an exclusive designed tall-size digipak.
Life in the So-Called Space Age
God Lives Underwater
Gravity Kills
Gravity Kills*****
Guilty
Gravity Kills*****
Manipulated
Gravity Kills
Perversion
Gravity Kills*****
Dookie
Green Day*****
Guide to Better Living
Grinspoon
Cracked Rear View
Hootie & the Blowfish
Jurassic Park: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
John Williams
Angst
KMFDM*****
Angst
KMFDM*****
Brute
KMFDM
Don't Blow Your Top
KMFDM*****
Help Us Save Us Take Us Away
KMFDM*****
Juke-Joint Jezabel / Giorgio Moroder Mixes
KMFDM*****
Juke-Joint Jezebel
KMFDM*****
Light
KMFDM
MDFMK
KMFDM
Money
KMFDM*****
Money [Promo]
KMFDM*****This is an ideal KMFDM album for both the fan and the uninitiated alike. Led by mastermind Sasha Konietzko, the band's defining elements are on full display: staccato machine rhythms, languidly angry lead vocals, choruses of female backing vocals and lyrics full of vague calls to action. "Money" and "Sex on the Flag" are trademark KMFDM techno-metal with good guitar riffs, while "Help Us/Save Us ..." and "Bargeld" are imaginatively programmed and rigidly soulful. The adventurous "Spiritual House" and satirical "We Must Awaken" add diversity to the album's overall feel. Also included are alternate versions of some songs (including "I Will Pray," a version of the band's classic "Godlike"). —Mark McCleerey
Nihil
KMFDM*****
Sucks
KMFDM*****
Symbols
KMFDM*****
UAIOE
KMFDM*****
WWIII (World War III)
KMFDM*****
Xtort
KMFDM*****
Naïve/Days of Swine & Roses
KMFDM/My Life with Thrill Kill Kult
Life Is Peachy
Korn*****
Three Dollar Bill, Y'All
Limp Bizkit*****
Throwing Copper
Live*****Single CD Edition Not the import Edition No bonus CD
Voodoo-U [Bonus Tracks]
Lords of Acid*****
Vol. 4-Progression Sessions
Ltj BukemAn Instrumental Presentation of the First with MC Conrad.
Antichrist Superstar
Marilyn Manson
MDFMK
MDFMK*****
Enter Sandman
Metallica868 733-2
Load
Metallica
Reload
Metallica
Wherever I May Roam
Metallica
Dangerous
Michael Jackson
Die Hard With A Vengeance: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Michael Kamen
Play
MobyThose who have followed Moby's career are familiar by now with his deep convictions and spiritual connection. On his 1999 release, Play, he celebrates his faith in a masterful, unobtrusive way, channeling gospel and other inspirational samples through beats so earthy they could grow grass on a cement dance floor. It's impossible to separate the joy of the message from the joy of the grooves. —Beth Massa
High/Low
Nada Surf
The Downward Spiral
Nine Inch Nails*****
Further Down the Spiral
Nine Inch Nails
Head Like a Hole
Nine Inch Nails
Pretty Hate Machine
Nine Inch Nails*****
The Original Donkey Kong Country 2 Soundtrack
Nintendo
In Utero
Nirvana
MTV Unplugged in New York
Nirvana
Nevermind
Nirvana
Americana
The Offspring*****
Smash
Offspring*****
Blue Monday
Orgy
Ten
Pearl Jam
Hoist
Phish
Submit
Pitch Shifter
Desensitized
Pitchshifter
Deviant
Pitchshifter
Industrial
Pitchshifter
Infotainment
Pitchshifter
www.pitchshifter.com
Pitchshifter
Give Up - Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition
The Postal ServiceYou can spend all the time and money in the world trying to craft the perfect pop-music scenario, but sometimes the stars have to align all by themselves. Even though early on the members of The Postal Service jokingly referred to "Such Great Heights" as "the hit" on their debut album, Give Up, there s no way anyone could have predicted the eventual impact made by a mail-order album designed in a pair of West Coast bedrooms.

To celebrate the 10 year anniversary, Sub Pop is reissuing The Postal Service s sole album, and including in the multidisc set 15 bonus tracks, including two brand new songs, "A Tattered Line of String" and "Turn Around. " On top of that, the band is back together: The Postal Service will hit the road in 2013 for a long-overdue victory lap, giving most fans their first (and last seriously, don t ask) chance to see the group in person.

Of course, the band s music was more than just electro-pop, and the force with which Jimmy and Ben captured the indie-rock zeitgeist of the early aughts made them more of a phenomenon than just a regular old band. That such artists as Ben Folds, Amanda Palmer, Streetlight Manifesto, and Confide have covered "Such Great Heights" is a testament to both the song s magical spark and its melodic inclusivity. The band s sound is such a touchstone that "Postal Service-esque" has become a generally accepted musical adjective. And it goes way beyond Owl City.

While it was impossible to anticipate how massive Give Up would become, it was obvious in 2003 that these guys had made something special. Ten years on it s amazing to know that so many people have come to agree.
Mega!! Kung Fu Radio
Powerman 5000
Tonight the Stars Revolt
Powerman 5000*****
The Presidents of the United States of America
Presidents of the United States of America
Tales From the Punchbowl
Primus
The Fat of the Land
The Prodigy*****
Evil Empire
Rage Against the Machine*****
Du Riechst So Gut '98
Rammstein
Herzeleid
Rammstein*****
Ich Will
Rammstein
Live At The Max
Rammstein*****Live From The Max, Amsterdam November 11, 1997
Live Aus Berlin
Rammstein
Mutter
Rammstein
Sehnsucht
Rammstein*****No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Artist: RAMMSTEIN
Title: SEHNSUCHT
Street Release Date: 01/13/1998
Domestic
Genre: HEAVY METAL
Stripped
Rammstein
Das Modell
Rammstein CD-Rom Game for Windows
Cotton Eye Joe
Rednex
Turn the Radio Off
Reel Big Fish
Music Box Lullabies
Shockey
Second Coming
Shotgun Messiah*****
Shotgun Messiah
Shotgun Messiah*****
Fush Yu Mang
Smash Mouth*****
Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
Smashing Pumpkins*****No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Artist: SMASHING PUMPKINS
Title: MELLON COLLIE & THE INFINITE S
Street Release Date: 10/24/1995
Domestic
Genre: PUNK
Siamese Dream
Smashing Pumpkins*****
The Greatest Hits of Snow
Snow
3
Soulfly
Push It
Static-X
Stone Temple Pilots - Purple
Stone Temple Pilots
To the Extreme
Vanilla Ice*****
Aggro 2000
Various Artists
Don't Blow Your Cover
Various Artists*****
Mortal Kombat: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Various Artists*****
Pulp Fiction: Music From The Motion Picture
Various Artists
Relax With Thundering Rainstorm, Vol. 2
Various Artists
The Saint: Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack
Various Artists
Trainspotting: Music From The Motion Picture
Various Artists
The Transformers: The Movie - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Various Artists*****
X-Fest
Various ArtistsPromotional
Astro Creep: 2000 – Songs of Love, Destruction, and Other Synthetic Delusions of the Electric Head
White Zombie*****
Supersexy Swingin' Sounds
White ZombieRemix albums are often iffy propositions. Either the remixes add nothing to the originals, or veer off so unrecognizably that you wonder what made you want to hear the damn songs in the first place. Well, this disc—essentially a chopped 'n' channeled version of the Zombies' Astro-Creep 2000—deftly avoids both of those pitfalls, thanks in large part to the indelible freak-show presence of Rob Zombie. Some mixes, like those by house music whiz Mike "Hitman" Wilson and psychedelic rappers P.M. Dawn, push the envelope extensively, while industrial master John Fryer and the ubiquitous Dust Brothers just enhance the band's freak-show quintessence. Fans of the surreal should note the presence of a cover of K.C. & the Sunshine Band's "I'm Your Boogie Man." —David Sprague
Evil Is...
Wolfpac
Something Wicked This Way Comes
Wolfpac"Wolfpac, featuring x-BloodHound Gang founding front man Daddy Long Legs. As heard on the Howard Stern Radio show and featuring Jenna Jameson, Americans # 1 porn star on the cover. If you like bands like Insane Clown Posse, Korn, BloodHound Gang, Limp Bizkit, Kidd Rock, Emnim and others similar you will love Wolfpac!"
Playmate of the Year
Zebrahead*****