Educated Horses LPGeffen #ad - The acoustic experimental, glam-rock influenced educated Horses is Rob Zombie's third album and highest charting album since Hellbilly Deluxe at number 5 on the Billboard 200, released by Geffen Records in March 2006. This album introduced zombie fans to john 5, rob’s longtime guitarist, and features 'Foxy Foxy, ' 'American Witch, ' the Grammy-nominated track 'The Lords of Salem' and was classified as Zombie's most experimental album to date.
Astro-Creep: 2000 Live Songs Of Love, Destruction And Other Synthetic LPGeffen #ad - 2 the ecstasy, ' 'more human than human, ' and 'Super-Charger Heaven, ' this was White Zombie's most successful album and a fan favorite. Featuring 'Electric Head, Pt. Astro-creep: 2000 Live. Was the final studio album by white zombie and is performed front-to-back here by Rob Zombie for the first time ever at the Riot Fest in September 2016.
Zombie Live 2 LPGeffen #ad - Rob's first ever live album, zombie live was recorded over several nights during the 2006 Educated Horses Tour showcasing the raw power and chaos of Zombie's performances with concert staples like 'Living Dead Girl, ' 'More Human Than Human' and 'Never Gonna Stop The Red, Red Kroovy. The performance of 'the lords of Salem' was Grammy-nominated in 2009 for Best Hard Rock Performance.
Spookshow International Live 2 LPUMe #ad - Featuring 'dead city radio, ' 'dragula, ' 'thunder Kiss '65' and 'Jesus Frankenstein, ' this album is the ultimate Rob Zombie live collection. Spookshow international live is rob Zombie's second live album and features new live versions of 19 tracks recorded on his 2014 tour.
The Sinister Urge LPGeffen #ad - Featuring his third top 20 mainstream rock single 'demon speeding' as well as metal juggernauts Ozzy Osbourne guest vocals on 'Iron Head' and Kerry King additional guitars on 'Dead Girl Superstar' along with a slurry of other notable guest musicians, this album has achieved platinum sales status as well garnering Rob his second Top 10 album chart in the Billboard 200
Focusing on his love of horror and suspense, Rob Zombie named his second album The Sinister Urge, after the 1961 film of the same name directed by Ed Wood.