Hellbilly Deluxe

Meet the CreeperHellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside the Spookshow InternationalRob Zombie: Hellbilly Deluxe
Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside the Spookshow International is the solo debut studio album by American musician and filmmaker Rob Zombie.wikipedia
125 Related Articles

Rob Zombie

The Lords of Salem
Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside the Spookshow International is the solo debut studio album by American musician and filmmaker Rob Zombie.
In 1997, he began working on his debut solo studio album, Hellbilly Deluxe, which was released in August 1998.

Dragula (song)

DragulaDragula (Hot Rod Herman Remix)
The album was preceded by the release of Zombie's debut single, "Dragula". "Dragula" is the third song on the album, and is named after the vehicle DRAG-U-LA from the television series The Munsters (1964–66).
It was released in August 1998 as the lead single from his solo debut Hellbilly Deluxe.

Living Dead Girl (song)

Living Dead Girl
"Living Dead Girl" was released as the album's second single, and achieved a similar amount of success as its predecessor.
"Living Dead Girl" is the second single from Rob Zombie's solo debut album Hellbilly Deluxe.

Superbeast

The album's third and final single was "Superbeast", which failed to emulate the commercial performance of the album's first two singles.
"Superbeast" is a promotional single from Rob Zombie's solo debut, Hellbilly Deluxe.

Mike Riggs

RiggsMike Robinson
Though acting as a solo artist, Zombie worked to find a band to record and tour with; Mike Riggs was selected to play guitar, Blasko played bass guitar, and John Tempesta played the drums.
Highlights in career include his guitar work for Rob Zombie's solo albums (Hellbilly Deluxe, The Sinister Urge, American Made Music To Strip By, Hellbilly Super Deluxe, Past, Present & Future) and currently his skills as a guitarist, vocalist, and producer for Scum of the Earth.

White Zombie (band)

White ZombieSilent ExplosionPeter Landau
The album serves as his first release outside of the band White Zombie, with whom he released two multi-platinum studio albums.
Tempesta continued his musical relationship with Zombie, drumming for him on his first two solo albums, Hellbilly Deluxe and The Sinister Urge.

Rob Nicholson (musician)

BlaskoRob "Blasko" NicholsonRob Nicholson
Though acting as a solo artist, Zombie worked to find a band to record and tour with; Mike Riggs was selected to play guitar, Blasko played bass guitar, and John Tempesta played the drums.
He went on to play on three of Rob Zombie's solo albums (Hellbilly Deluxe, The Sinister Urge, & Educated Horses).

Scott Humphrey

The majority of Hellbilly Deluxe was recorded in California, and was produced by both Zombie and Scott Humphrey; Zombie is credited as the sole writer on all of the songs.

Charlie Clouser

Charles Clouser
Zombie was responsible for writing all of the album's songs, while he initially worked with Nine Inch Nails member Charlie Clouser to produce the album.

John Tempesta

Tempesta
Though acting as a solo artist, Zombie worked to find a band to record and tour with; Mike Riggs was selected to play guitar, Blasko played bass guitar, and John Tempesta played the drums.

Industrial metal

industrialindustrial black metalIndustrial death metal
It is mostly a mid-tempo song that features elements of industrial metal and alternative metal music.
Records by major industrial metal artists routinely debuted on the top spots of the Billboard 200 chart: Rob Zombie's Hellbilly Deluxe (No.

Tommy Lee

Thomas Lee BassTommy
Tommy Lee of Mötley Crüe fame played drums on "Meet the Creeper" and "The Ballad of Resurrection Joe and Rosa Whore".

American Made Music to Strip By

Due in part to the success of Hellbilly Deluxe, Zombie released American Made Music to Strip By in October of 1999.
It is composed entirely of remixes of songs taken from Zombie's debut studio album, Hellbilly Deluxe (1998).

Dan Brereton

Gene Colan and Dan Brereton, of Marvel Comics, contributed numerous drawings for the booklet.
Outside the comic book field, Brereton's work includes the package illustration for a video game called "Machine Head," billboard and advertising art for Rawhide (a Wild West park in Scottsdale, Arizona), concept art for Pressman Films, the television show Numb3rs, development for Walt Disney Television Animation and album covers for the bands Toto, Fireball Ministry, Sote, Ghoultown, and Rob Zombie's Hellbilly Deluxe.

The City of the Dead (film)

The City of the DeadHorror HotelCity of the Dead
The song's opening line, "superstition, fear, and jealousy", is taken from the British horror film The City of the Dead (1960).
King Diamond also uses clips in his "Sleepless Nights" video as do punk band UFX in the video to "Bitch", while Rob Zombie used Christopher Lee's opening words to similarly preface his track "Dragula" from Hellbilly Deluxe.

Hellbilly Deluxe 2

Hellbilly Deluxe 2: Noble Jackals, Penny Dreadfuls and the Systematic Dehumanization of Cool
In 2010, Zombie announced that his fourth studio album would be titled Hellbilly Deluxe 2: Noble Jackals, Penny Dreadfuls and the Systematic Dehumanization of Cool (2010).
The album is a sequel to his debut album Hellbilly Deluxe.

DRAG-U-LA

Dragulacustom dragster, the "DRAG-U-LA
"Dragula" is the third song on the album, and is named after the vehicle DRAG-U-LA from the television series The Munsters (1964–66).

Gene Colan

Adam AustinColan
Gene Colan and Dan Brereton, of Marvel Comics, contributed numerous drawings for the booklet.
Colan did some insert artwork on Hellbilly Deluxe (released August 1998), the first solo album of Rob Zombie, credited as Gene "The Mean Machine" Colan.

The Phantom Creeps

Zombie had a replica of the robot from the film The Phantom Creeps (1939) created for the booklet.
The Rob Zombie song "Meet the Creeper" is based on this movie.

Frank Gryner

He has coordinated with producer Scott Humphrey on many projects including the works done in the Chop Shop such as Hellbilly Deluxe by Rob Zombie.

The Electro-Industrial Tribute to Rob Zombie

The songs "Superbeast", "Dragula", "Living Dead Girl", "Meet the Creeper", "How to Make a Monster", and "Demonoid Phenomenon" were all covered on the tribute album The Electro-Industrial Tribute to Rob Zombie (2002).

Geffen Records

GeffenDGCGeffen Home Video
Hellbilly Deluxe was released on August 25, 1998 through Geffen Records.

Universal Classic Monsters

Universal MonstersUniversal HorrorDark Universe
Musically, the project portrays Zombie's love for classic horror films with heavy metal and electronic music.

Heavy metal music

heavy metalmetalmetal music
Musically, the project portrays Zombie's love for classic horror films with heavy metal and electronic music.

Electronic music

electronicelectronic musicianelectro
Musically, the project portrays Zombie's love for classic horror films with heavy metal and electronic music.