White Zombie Vinyl Collection - RARE ITEMS! - Free Shipping! Rob Zombie
December 29, 2017
January 08, 2018
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This collection has been in storage for a number of years. Preserved in a non-smoking household and I have never played any of the records. I'm ready to part with the collection now. Details for each item can be found below. Free shipping for this collection, I will box and pad it as best as I possibly can. Feel free to message me with any questions.
Thanks! Good luck!
"Gods on VooDoo Moon" (1985) ORIGINAL! NEVER PLAYED! Because the lack of funds at the time only 300 copies of vinyl were pressed at Macola Records Hollywood, California, 100 of which were sold while the others are in the possession of the band members.
I'll also throw in the re-release vinyl! :) "Pig Heaven/Slaughter the Grey" (1986) - ORIGINALS! NEVER PLAYED! Two different pressings of this album were created (the only differences between the two being the different guitarists and the altered cover art), both of which were limited to 500 copies each
+ INCLUDES RARE PATCH! "Psycho-Head Blowout" (1987) - ORIGINAL! NEVER PLAYED! Psycho-Head Blowout was pressed to vinyl and released on White Zombie's own label Silent Explosion, limited to a pressing of one thousand copies. In an interview, Nirvana vocalist Kurt Cobain pointed to Psycho-Head Blowout as being one of his favorite EPs, praising Tom Guay's guitar playing style as being "fucked-up, bending strings, borderline in-tune--that type of chaos".
"Soul-Crusher" (1987) ORIGINAL SILENT EXPLOSION LABEL! UNOPENED! Soul-Crusher was first issued on vinyl by the band's independent label Silent Explosion before the band was subsequently signed to Caroline Records and the album was repressed. Each label produced two-thousand copies on vinyl, making the record a much sought-after rarity among collectors. Iggy Pop was an admirer of the album and listed it as one of his favorite records of 1988 in the "Readers and Critics Poll" for Rolling Stone. In a retrospective review, Bradley Torreano of Allmusic awarded it 4 out of 5 stars, praising the lyrics and deeming it "a prime slab of noise rock that has aged shockingly well" and that although "Zombie fans might not even like this that much, but no less of an authority than Kurt Cobain himself pointed to this period in their career as one of his biggest influences" + Cassette release and bootleg CD
"Make Them Die Slowly" (1989) MINT CONDITION! Make Them Die Slowly is the second studio album by White Zombie, released on March 22, 1989 by Caroline Records. It is named after the 1981 cannibal movie Cannibal Ferox, which was originally released in the US as Make Them Die Slowly.
"God of Thunder" (1989) ORIGINAL! NEVER PLAYED! It was the band's first release with Jay Yuenger on guitar. The album contains "God of Thunder", a Kiss song originally from their 1976 album Destroyer, and "Disaster Blaster II", a reworked version of "Disaster Blaster" from their 1989 album Make Them Die Slowly.
"Zombie Kiss" (1990) WHITE AND BLUE EDITIONS! NEVER PLAYED! This EP was recorded live at New York's CBGB in early 1990 supporting their God of Thunder EP. This album features two tracks, God of Thunder and Thrust!, the latter of which would be on their next album La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Vol. 1.
VARIOUS LIVE CDS - RARE! Mint Condition! "Kickin In Heaven's Door" "Ressurection Day" "Astro-Junkie 1995" "Demonic Possesions"
PASSES: Two crew passes from the La-Sexorcisto tours