The focal point of END OF DAYS is the hard rock/techno epic, "Oh My God," the first new music to be released by Guns N' Roses in eight years. Prodigy injects some "Poison" into the mix, offering old-school drum sounds and eerie atmosphere. We are drawn into the cartoonish reality of Rob Zombie as he growls the legend of the "Superbeast." Eminem puts the PMRC back in business with "Bad Influence." In his gangster anti-hero guise, he boasts "I don't promote violence, I just encourage it." As we face the fictional END OF DAYS, this collection of music is the perfect companion for it.
What the critics say...
Rolling Stone (11/25/99, p.102) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...Terrific songs by the new hard-asses..."
Entertainment Weekly (11/12/99, p.83) - "...long on bone-crushing, muscle-bound, steroid-injected 'rawk'. A headbanger's smorgasbord...it doubles as a primer on the state of pre-millennial heavy muisic..." - Rating: B+
Q (1/00, p.112) - 3 stars out of 5
- Camel Song - Korn
- So Long - Everlast
- Slow - Professional Murder Music
- Crushed - Limp Bizkit
- Oh My God - Guns N' Roses
- Poison - The Prodigy
- Superbeast - Rob Zombie (Girl On A Motorcycle mix)
- Bad Influence - Eminem
- Nobody's Real - Powerman 5000
- I Wish I Had - Stroke
- Sugar Kane - Sonic Youth
- Wrong Way - Creed
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