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Zombies Record Collection

Zombie’s Record Collection: Sounds to Make you Shiver

Rob Zombie dusts off another album from his personal vaults to share with you Zombieheads.
This week’s is :


“I think if any record is a soundtrack to my childhood it is this slice o’ madness. Released by Pickwick Records back in 1974 this insane barrage of sounds play non-stop in our house.

For this fourth grader if had everything a monster kid could need to lead a happy life. Seriously, I think this record along with the kid’s book MOVIE MONSTERS was all we needed to turned out basement into a haunted house and live out all our monster dreams.

Ah, those were the days. “

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Zombie’s Record Collection: ELTON JOHN’S GREATEST HITS

Welcome to a brand new weekly feature from Rob Zombie.

Every week RZ will open up the vaults that are his record collection and share these with his fans, including his views on the album and more.


From Rob Zombies Record Collection - Elton Johns Greatest Hits“To start things off I figured I would pick the absolute first album I ever bought with my own hard earned cash and by “hard earned cash” I mean it was most likely birthday money or something.

The time was 1974, I was about nine years old and ready to rock. Elton was of course already a world-wide superstar and I was a huge fan from listening to him on FM radio… but now… now it was time to make the move to vinyl! So, playing it safe I picked up the amazing ELTON JOHN’S GREATEST HITS. Back then greatest hits records were always the way I started my journey into an artist work. I figured start with the hits and work your way backwards. (more…)