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Rock 'n' roll is dangerous again, thanks to Murderdolls and Women and Children Last, their sophomore album for Roadrunner Records.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 20, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B00006FXIG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,073 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Even Marilyn Manson keeps a layer of latex between himself and the kind of glammy grit collected by the Murderdolls, a side project of guitarists Joey Jordison of Slipknot and Tripp Eisen of Static X. From beneath their blackened fingernails come purpled scraps clawed from the hallowed tombs of the Damned and other groovy ghoulies; "Dead in Hollywood" even name-checks the late horror-movie star Vincent Price. Primarily the brainchild of Jordison, who plays nearly every note on this recording, the raucous punk bombast here mostly conceals any canned atmosphere. While the monotonous "Die My Bride" is pale, the good-time, guitar-driven "Dawn of the Dead" draws blood with a playful sneer. Overall vibe: Every night is Halloween, so let's party! --Ian Christe

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Heavy Metal, Death Metal and some Goth music!
Saad Ahmed Mirza
The music is absolutely incredible and their drummer is fantastic, as well as Joey Jordison (Slipknot's drummer) on the guitar, who plays ABSOLUTELY fantastic!
Cory G.
All of this is really fast and in your face, not to be taken too seriously, just like a B-rated horror movie.
Rebecca Lyle

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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By John on January 16, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Now when I 1st picked this album up in july, i bought it because i liked static-x and LOVED slipknot so when i popped this baby in, i listened to the 1st 3 tracks and i was like what is this bulls***! so i set it aside until about two weeks ago, when i really had nothing to listen to and i had 45min to kill so i pop this album in my walkman and as i sit down to listen to this album i am not looking at it is a slipknot or static-x album i look at it as a murderdolls album & i found it quite enjoyable. sure murderdolls can't even compete with slipknot but there still good and i usually don't listen to bands with lyrics that aren't always serious. Still i found this to be overal a good metal album heres my review on the tracks below...........
slit my wrist - 5/5 awesome opening track the lyrics are really well done in this song
Twist my sister - 3.5/5 another good song and the guitars are awesome but its a little to short & repetitive
Dead in hollywood - 4/5 Good choice for a single Joey might be a better drumemr then he is guitarist but none the less he is a very good guitarist.
Love at first fright - 6/5 I believe this is another single and its one of my favorite's off of this album the lyrics are funny & catchy
People hate me - 5/5 another great song if, one of the few songs on the album were the lyrics aren't about horror movies.
She was a teenage zombie - 3.5/5 Ughhhh decent but definetly not my favorite
Die my bride - 4/5 a good song the lyrics could have been better though
Grave robbing u.s. - 4/5 A funny song i found myself laughing the 1st time I listening to this song.
197666 - 5/5 Another favorite of mine the short guitar solo is awesome and most obviously get the 666 portion of it
Dawn of the dead - 6/5 Catchy as hell.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alan Mackulin on September 29, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I think the problem being that a majority of the fans of slipnot and static-x don't truly understand this project. It's a total ode to the Misfits (The best campy horror band ever). The lyrics on a misfit album are cheesey campy just like the murder dolls. But they add a more modern harder new metal feel to it. I guess if you are a fan of the misfits you can clearly see what I am saying. This disc rocks.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By 2ey on June 10, 2003
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The show aspect of rocknroll has always been a controversial one & the question of whether the public will remember the music or the image has haunted many an artist. After all, in the 80's, acts such as W.A.S.P. & Ozzy Osbourne were seen as a joke because of their colourful stage theatrics, despite releasing excellent records. This tradition of judging a book by it's cover continued into the 90's through Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails & SlipKnoT & the battle rages on with 2002's standout rock band: The Murderdolls.
But when you subtract the make-up & the stage show from their album "Beyond The Valley", you are left with quite possibly one of the defining albums of this decade. And despite what psuedo-intellectual music journalists may try & tell you: It's actually excellent. Never before have punk rock & metal been mixed this adventurously, combining punky vocals & bass with metallic riffs & guitar/drum solos. But when the power chords & solos are removed, the album is 100% pure punk-rock, although you could be forgiven for placing The `Dolls in the "Metal" bracket, as their metal pedigree is like no other band on the planet right now. The group admit to growing up on slasher movies & 80's pop-metal from the likes of KISS,Motley crue & Twisted Sister, on top of this, the group feature members of SlipKnoT,Dope,Static-X & singer Wednesday's old band The Frankenstein Drag Queens, in fact 4 of the songs on the record are covers of The Frankenstein Drag Queens, causing much controversy in the rock press.
After going through the image,the influences & the mechanics, I think it's time we focused on the most important thing: the music.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Twitch on March 29, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Joey Jordison is best known for his work with the reigning kings of nu-metal Slipknot, and the success that has come with it. Because of the popularity of Slipknot, he decided to resurrect his previous band (like fellow bandmates Corey Taylor and Jim Root with Stone Sour). It also has Joey dropping his drumsticks, leaving his set, and going back to his roots as a guitarist. Along with Static-X / Dope guitarist Trip Eisoen, and vocalist Wednesday 13, Joey has broken away from his nu-metal bases and has come out with an album full of nostalgia. Comparable more with a heavier Montley Crue or Marilyn Manson than Slipknot or Static-X, "Beyond the Valley of the Murderdolls" is a trashy, glam-metal release. Lyrically, Murderdolls have a satirical look at horror movies, dark situations, and many things of that subject matter. The lyrics, though somewhat disturbing, are fairly comical and are meant to be taken that way. The catchy, yet heavy, riffs and drum work helps set the amusing mood for this debut. Some good songs include "Dead in Hollywood", "Let's Go To War", and "197666", they capture the essence of what is lacking in rock and metal, true spirit. If this was meant to be taken seriously, it would be another gimmicky metal album, but it is just for enjoyment. Murderdoll's debut, "Beyond the Valley of the Murderdolls", is a fun glam-metal record that will stick with you for years to come.
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