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Review: Rob Zombie "Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor"

On Rob Zombie’s latest sonic hell ride, multi-instrumentalist Piggy D not only provided the stomping bass, but he also co-wrote the album and contributed vocal arrangements.
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On Rob Zombie’s latest sonic hell ride, multi-instrumentalist Piggy D not only provided the stomping bass, but he also co-wrote the album and contributed vocal arrangements. The industrial-meets-metal sound is textbook Zombie, but Piggy’s mark certainly goes noticed on “Rock and Roll” and “Lucifer Rising.”

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