Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. Oh, it would turn out White Zombie's last album was a remix album, that's a unique way to go out. Apparently though this was their last album because Rob Zombie decided he had 'different artistic ambitions' he figured he'd make more money going solo, and he was probably right. As a band's last release this has a special place, will this be one last shining gem or will their career end with a flop? Look at the reviews here on metal archives and then recall how often you hear these on the radio compared to the two previous albums. It's a flop as far as fan opinion goes and its a flop as far as how long it lasts.
White Zombie – Supersexy Swingin\' Sounds 2
Supersexy Swingin' Sounds
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Riding a wave of popularity from the immense popularity of their album, La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Volume One , White Zombie should have been on top of the world as they approached the recording of Astro-Creep: - Songs of Love, Destruction and Other Synthetic Delusions of the Electric Head , which was released on April 11, In reality, the band members were completely at odds. Being on tour for too long and dealing with pressure to match the success of La Sexorcisto caused a rift between Rob Zombie and bassist Sean Yseult, who ended their romantic relationship even before beginning the Astro-Creep: In addition, Zombie hired keyboardist Charlie Clouser and drummer John Tempesta to make the music more industrial, forcing Yseult and guitarist J. Yuenger to write riffs over electronic rhythms instead of creating them from scratch, as they had done in the past.