ROB ZOMBIE: Past, Present & Future CD + explicit bonus DVD (10 videos)! 4 previously unreleased! + covers.


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Past, Present & Future = Greatest hits album by Rob Zombie
Released: September 23, 2003
Recorded: 19912003
Genre: Heavy metal, industrial metal, alternative metal
Length: 73:20
Label: Geffen
Producer: Scott Humphrey

Singles from Past, Present & Future
“Two Lane Blacktop” Released: 2003

Past, Present & Future is a 2003 retrospective collection of the music of Rob Zombie. It includes selections of his work with White Zombie and his solo career, as well as two previously unreleased tracks.
The explicit version includes a bonus DVD with ten of Rob Zombies/White Zombies music videos; all are edited versions.

All lyrics written by Rob Zombie except where noted.
No. Title Music Original Album Length
1. “Thunder Kiss ’65” White Zombie La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Vol. 1 3:54
2. “Black Sunshine” (feat. Iggy Pop) White Zombie La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Vol. 1 4:49
3. “Feed the Gods” White Zombie Airheads soundtrack 4:30
4. “More Human than Human” White Zombie Astro Creep: 2000 4:28
5. “Super Charger Heaven” White Zombie Astro Creep: 2000 3:37
6. “I’m Your Boogieman” KC and the Sunshine Band 1 The Crow: City of Angels soundtrack 4:27
7. “Hands of Death (Burn Baby Burn)” (feat. Alice Cooper) Rob Zombie, Charlie Clouser Songs in the Key of X 4:12
8. “The Great American Nightmare” (feat. Howard Stern) Rob Zombie, Charlie Clouser Private Parts soundtrack 3:54
9. “Dragula” Rob Zombie, Scott Humphrey Hellbilly Deluxe 3:42
10. “Living Dead Girl” Rob Zombie, Scott Humphrey Hellbilly Deluxe 3:22
11. “Superbeast” Rob Zombie, Scott Humphrey, Charlie Clouser Hellbilly Deluxe 3:40
12. “Feel So Numb” Rob Zombie, Scott Humphrey The Sinister Urge 3:53
13. “Never Gonna Stop (The Red Red Kroovy)” Rob Zombie, Scott Humphrey The Sinister Urge 3:10
14. “Demon Speeding” Rob Zombie, Scott Humphrey The Sinister Urge 3:44
15. “Brick House 2003” (feat. Lionel Richie and Trina) The Commodores 2 House of 1000 Corpses soundtrack 3:48
16. “Pussy Liquor” Rob Zombie, Scott Humphrey House of 1000 Corpses soundtrack 4:46
17. “Blitzkrieg Bop” The Ramones 3 We’re a Happy Family 2:43
18. “Two-Lane Blacktop” (previously unreleased) Rob Zombie, Scott Humphrey 3:02
19. “Girl on Fire” (previously unreleased) Rob Zombie, Scott Humphrey 3:29

DVD track listing
No. Title Length
1. “Thunder Kiss ’65”
2. “More Human than Human”
3. “Dragula”
4. “Living Dead Girl”
5. “Superbeast”
6. “Never Gonna Stop (The Red Red Kroovy)”
7. “Feel So Numb”
8. “Demonoid Phenomenon” (previously unreleased)
9. “Return of the Phantom Stranger” (previously unreleased)
10. “Spookshow Baby” (previously unreleased)

Chart positions Album
Chart (2003) Peak position
The Billboard 200 11

Song Chart (2003) Peak position
“Two-Lane Blacktop” Mainstream Rock Tracks 39

Dig Through The Ditches and Burn Through The Witches…
What are you waiting for? If you are or ever have been a fan of Rob Zombie or White Zombie, grab up this collection fast, it is well worth the price.
Literally, this is a fantastic compilation of Past, Present, and Future hits of the mega monster Rob Zombie. From his beginnings in White Zombie to the present, Zombie has always managed to stay in the slippery groove of industrial metal, and not only flow with the changes in the industry but present himself as a leader of it.

All but three of the songs on this CD have been released previously, but whats nice is having all these favorites together, along with the bonus material. And there is a nice array of guest vocals too, with Iggy Pop showing up in Black Sunshine, Alice Cooper in Hands Of Death, Howard Stern in The Great American Nightmare (Have $eXx With A Headless Body), and Brickhouse 2003 being mostly Lionel Richie with rap-artist Trina showing up for some fun. (and I don’t like rap either, but this is a great remix!)

The new songs are Blitzkrieg Bop, Two-Lane Highway, and Girl On Fire; nice additions to the collection.

You get a full CD of tracks from Zombies career, from White to Rob, and the three brand new songs to boot. You get a great video (and I am not a fan of music videos), including older White Zombie videos you will never see on MTV or VH1, including Demonoid Phenomenon, Return of the Phantom Stranger, and Spookshow Baby, which are not even on the Audio CD. Most music videos are boring, but not Zombies; so plug the video into your DVD player and have some fun. The videos are inventive and, in my humble opinion, better than his movie, House Of 1000 Corpses.

On top of the audio and visual candy that Zombie holds out to us with his pale fingers, there is a nice visual offering also, in the form of a small booklet of pictures taken of Zombie over his career, from 1985 through the present. This is especially nice for the younger Zombie fans that have not witnessed his amazing visual evolution through the years, while still staying true to his metal-fused industrial rock core.

Whether you are a die-hard Zombie fan like myself, or just beginning to taste the decaying ear candy he offers, this CD will be either a great addition or a great starting point to your musical library. ENJOY!!


Good compilation. GREAT value.
“Greatest Hits” and “Best of” compilations are always made with the casual fan in mind. After all, die-hard fans already own all the artists albums. When it comes to Rob Zombie, I’ve always been a casual fan. I’ve liked what I’ve heard over the years on the radio, Mtv, and the goth clubs, but not enough to go out and buy his CDs. When I heard about “Past, Present & Future” and what it would come with, I knew that this was the purchase I had to make.
First of all, this collection is an INCREDIBLE value. For under $14 you get a 19-track cd, 10 video DVD, and a thick booklet of awesome photos spanning Robs whole career. There are some praising but dead-on liner notes from Robs idol and original shock-rocker, Alice Cooper. The tracks include all the album singles I’ve heard from both White Zombie and Rob Zombies solo albums, plus his songs from the House of 1000 Corpses soundtrack and the “Hands of Death” duet with Alice Cooper from the X-Files TV soundtrack. It would have been nice to see more non-album tracks, like the cover of “Children of the Grave” from one of the Black Sabbath tribute albums, “I Am Hell” from the Beavis & Butthead Experience, etc. But I realize that no single compilation is going to please everybody.

The videos on the DVD are really fun to watch. I think even those who aren’t fans of Rob Zombie could still appreciate how well they’re made. They’re a perfect blend of horror, evil imagery, and just the right amount of subtle and colorful humor. You’ll cringe, you’ll giggle. Rob has a presence thats strong without coming off as pretentious.

I’ve bought many “Greatest Hits” and “Best of” compilations from bands that I like but am not a die-hard fan of. But out of all of them, the price of this one gives it the greatest value in terms of both physical and musical content.

A good mix, and a great start September 23, 2003
By “solid117”
I’ve been a fan of White Zombie and Rob Zombie for a long while now, and although I definitely planned on buying this CD, I was not expecting much, seeing as how I have all the CDs. When I purchased it, however, I was blown away.
This album features songs from all of his albums, including two never released, and a few you haven’t heard in a while; and a dvd of some of his music videos.

The “music” CD has a good mix of all his work, and my one complaint is that I would’ve liked if he included a few more songs from White Zombie. But he makes up for it by including some songs that only appeared on movie soundtracks, such as Blitzkrieg Bop, and The Great American Nightmare.

The “videos” DVD has ten music videos including three that were never released, and is a great addition. It is rare to see a White Zombie music video on television, so this DVD is a real treat.

This CD is great for someone who wants to, or is just getting into White Zombie or Rob Zombie. It has a good mix of all of Rob Zombies music, and for what is included in this album, the price is very cheap.

If you are a hardcore fan, then you probably already own this.

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