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Editorial Reviews


1. Slit My Wrist
2. Twist My Sister
3. Dead in Hollywood
4. Love at First Fright
5. People Hate Me
6. She Was a Teenage Zombie
7. Die My Bride
8. Graverobbing U.S.A.
9. 197666
10. Dawn of the Dead
11. Let's Go to War
12. Dressed to Depress
13. Kill Miss America
14. B-Movie Scream Queen
15. Mother F***er, I Don't Care
16. Crash Crash [*]
17. Let's F*** [*]
18. I Take Drugs [*]
19. White Wedding [*]
20. Welcome to the Strange [*]
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 21, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B0000DD53R
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,261 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Rock 'n' roll is dangerous again, thanks to Murderdolls and Women and Children Last, their sophomore album for Roadrunner Records.
Due out this August, Women and Children Last is a dirty dose of whiskey-soaked riffs, satanically sleazy solos and infectiously invasive choruses. Which means it’s what the Murderdolls do best, but even better (and filthier) this time ... Read more in Amazon's Murderdolls Store

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Umm,yeah this is just really cool and a great listen for any metal head.
Freegalactic chicken s**t
Titles like People Hate ME, Die My Bride, Let's FWord, and I Do Drugs... You figure it out.
Jason L. Anderson
Its like motley crue in 1981 fused with a rob zombie theme and the misfits.
R. U. Ready

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jason L. Anderson on July 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
When reading the other reviews for this, I would have expected something as Crass as the Sex Pistols, The Exploited, or FEAR. Not at all... This is possibly a modern day punk.

Nonetheless, whatever you want to classify this into, it doesn't matter. I got from it a mix of Fasterpussycat and LA Guns sounding vocals and lyrical attitude. A mix of that type of music, along with a more modern hard rock/punkish sound. Mix THAT with the lyrical content from Alice Cooper and the only true ORIGINAL Misfits, you have a killer album...

Not just for the teens, bot just for 20 somethings, I am in my 30's and love this album. I got this from a 40 something friend of mine... But don't let that stop you, good music doesn't cross boundaries.

WARNING: I would not recommend this for my ten year old... yet. If your kids are mature enough to know the difference between true and make believe, and are responsible enough to not try and take some of the content literally, then maybe after screening this you may deem it appropriate. I for one, am going to keep this hidden from my kids for a while after I get back from Iraq. Titles like People Hate ME, Die My Bride, Let's FWord, and I Do Drugs... You figure it out.

Everyone else, throw your inhibitions aside, take the rollercoaster ride through the morgue, cemetary and the rest of the dark corners, and have fun with this.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Drake on June 23, 2004
Format: Audio CD
A truly phenonemal debut CD. Joey Jordison proves his talent not only on lead guitar, but as a producer as well. The combination of heavy metal guitar riffs and punk vocals gives this album a life of its own, while still paying homage to the likes of the Misfits, Motley Crue and Hanoi Rocks. Ranging from horror movie themes such as "Love at First Fright," a love song to Linda Blair's character Regan from "The Exorcist" and "Dead in Hollywood," which pays tribute to the monsters that lit up the silver screen, to anti-social ballads like "I Love to Say F***" and "People Hate Me," the Murderdolls have carved out a niche for themselves in the increasingly bland world of rock & roll and are running all the way with it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. U. Ready on July 3, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Wednesday 13 has pulled off something that nobody else has even attempted or even thought of before. Shock rock, punk and glam. Its like motley crue in 1981 fused with a rob zombie theme and the misfits. Its sounds like it would be a disaster, but when you listen to it, you'll find that while definately maintaing a dark and gothic feel, its got some good humorous lyrics as displayed in the song "I Love To Say FU@K". This album also features intensely catchy chouruses and undeniabley original style. Its awesome. Listen to it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ssl on January 23, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I don't hear the punk, but I grew up on real punk, so maybe that's why. Anyway, what I do hear is Manson. This is pretty much a bunch of songs equaling Manson's heavier numbers, but with better drums. The songs that aren't like Manson, are more like Guns and Roses or L.A. Guns than punk, but they are still very good. I think it's refreshing to hear some good time music that's just fun to listen to. It's been awhile, if you know what I mean. Good stuff!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 15, 2005
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If you don't like Punk, not the Green Day junk, true anti-social punk music that kicks you in the face, don't get this album. If you like music that grates on you, pisses you off, and is generally anti-social get this album. It is a reincarnation of all that is Fing great with punk, grating vocals and thrash. Not for the wanna be crowd.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Just thought I'd let you guys know. Anyway, Murderdolls are awesome. Joey is the best drummer out there second to Fear Factory's. I admit, I had to get used to Wednesday's voice but after a few songs I realized it fit in perfectly. He's now one of my favorite vocalist! Also, his lyrics are halarious. Where else can you listen to a song about some guy killing his bride "I'd rather cut you than the wedding cake" "You're bloody guts on my rented tux" "I do, I do, I do want to kill you". and finally, the music is awesome! isnt that really what matters? (Joey did the guitars and the drums on this album)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Freegalactic chicken s**t on August 14, 2006
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This album is really cool.Its like,heavy(ish) metal meets hair metal meets punk.The vocals may seem a bit like,thin and whiny at the start (not whiny as in simple plan-which is just crying and being a pussy) but whiny as in shreiky-but you'll get used to it and then they should sound pretty cool.But anyway umm,in my opinion almost all the songs on the album rule!Even though quite a lot of them are frankenstein drag queens songs (the lead singer Wednesday13s previous band) the still sound much better.Umm,yeah this is just really cool and a great listen for any metal head.Eh eh ehhhhh.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ryerordstar on July 27, 2006
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This is absolutely one of the greatest metal/glam/punk/horror metal albums of all time. They are like a grittier Rob Zombie. Some of the best songs are Love at First Fright (a tribute to the Exorcist), Die my Bride, I Love to Say F***, People Hate Me. Probably their best song is absent from this collection though, it is featured on the soundtrack for Freddy vs Jason. The song is Welcome to the Strange.

If your a fan of Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie and love heavy metal, this is definitly the CD for you, happy listening.
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