Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Rock, Hard Rock & Metal
Hollywood Undead are about to drop a musical bomb. On their debut album (A&M/Octone), they've concocted an explosive cocktail of hip hop, rock and metal,forging an alternative style that's primed to blow the scene up. They... more »
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Hollywood Undead are about to drop a musical bomb. On their debut album (A&M/Octone), they've concocted an explosive cocktail of hip hop, rock and metal,forging an alternative style that's primed to blow the scene up. They craft incisive, sharp and sarcastic raps that slash the jugular of mainstream pop culture. They aren't your standard rap or rock crew. They're something new, dangerous, funny and alive. Deuce busts out the melodies. Johnny 3 Tears, J-Dog and Charlie Scene lead the lyrical charge, while Funny Man drops rhymes, and Da Kurlzz hypes the fray. Donning individual masks, Hollywood Undead possess a dark aesthetic that's connected to their hometown's depravity. Tracks like "No. 5" dissect the frivolities of Hollywood with witty, catchy choruses. Album opener "Undead," sets the tone, firing off a big melody and buoyant beats. Meanwhile, "Los Angeles" examines the town's gritty edge. Rising to prominence via MySpace, these six masked marauders stood at number one on the site's music chart, leading to endless friend requests and plays. However, Hollywood Undead has got the gusto to be earth shattering far beyond cyberspace. They're already knocking at your door, and they're about to break it down.
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Herb W. from MANCHESTER, NH
Reviewed on 3/11/2011...
my mistake, I didnt realize i was ordering a clean version of the cd. I hate clean versions. they are stupid.
Between ICP and Eminem lie Undead Hollywood
stinkybarbie | Jax, FL | 04/01/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I'm not a huge fan of hip-hop/rap so I get excited when I find something I can enjoy. These guys have the sarcastic edge and frivolity of ICP with the clever backhanded 'lyrics' that make me enjoy the Slim Shady. They add to this a solid musical base that really demonstrates these boys aren't just playin', there is some real musical aptitude here. I haven't been this excited about a band since I discovered the Skanking Pickles (RIP you beautiful jello heads)"
A little less emo and they will be huge
Mathew D. Moll | Afganistan | 11/02/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"after the long wait I finally have it and Most of the songs are great. I would have perferred for them to have dead in ditches on here or Turn out the lights., but ill suffice in saying they are a really good band I hope there stuff keeps getting better and better cause ill keep buying it."