ROB ZOMBIE: 'Icon' Collection Out Now

The master of monster mayhem is back to unleash two new ghoulish delights with the best of Rob Zombie's psycho-metal music in tow. "Icon" (Geffen/UMe) is a double assault with a 12-track single-CD and 24-track double-CD versions available in stores now. Revising as well as updating his previous collections with tracks from his most recent super-smash studio masterpiece album — the Top 10-charting "Hellbilly Deluxe 2" — the single-CD (exclusive to Walmart) offers an overview of his solo career while the double-CD (exclusive to Best Buy) adds tracks from his seminal days with WHITE ZOMBIE.

Whether it's the single CD or double CD, "Icon" represents the best of rock's most frightful vision of the dark side.

Rob Zombie's "Icon" is part of the new "Icon" series of albums from Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) featuring the greatest hits, signature tunes and fan favorites of the most popular artists in music history.

Rob Zombie's "Icon" single-CD version track listing:

01. Superbeast
02. Dragula
03. Living Dead Girl
04. Feel So Numb
05. Never Gonna Stop (The Red Red Kroovy)
06. Scum Of The Earth
07. House Of 1000 Corpses
08. Foxy Foxy
09. American Witch
10. The Devil’s Rejects
11. What?
12. Mars Needs Women

Rob Zombie's "Icon" double-CD version track listing:

Disc 1

01. Thunder Kiss '65
02. Black Sunshine
03. Super-Charger Heaven
04. More Human Than Human
05. Feed The Gods
06. The One
07. The Great American Nightmare
08. Superbeast
09. Dragula
10. Living Dead Girl
11. Demonoid Phenomenon
12. Meet The Creeper

Disc 2

01. Feel So Numb
02. Never Gonna Stop (The Red Red Kroovy)
03. Scum Of The Earth
04. House Of 1000 Corpses
05. Foxy Foxy
06. American Witch
07. The Lords Of Salem
08. Let It All Bleed Out
09. The Devil’s Rejects
10. What?
11. Sick Bubblegum
12. Mars Needs Women

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