ROB ZOMBIE: No Time To Think About The Follow-Up To 'The Sinister Urge'

February 10, 2003

ROB ZOMBIE recently told that between finishing work on the long in-process RAMONES tribute album, "We're a Happy Family", and trying to finish his still-untitled song for the "The Matrix: Reloaded" soundtrack, he has yet to find the time to think about the follow-up to 2001's "The Sinister Urge".

"I haven't had time to settle down and think about a new record, but there's probably songs [left over from the last album]," Zombie said, speculating that a new album could be out by year's end or early 2004.

Zombie's movie directorial debut, "House of 1,000 Corpses", is slated to hit theaters on April 11, to be preceded by the soundtrack on March 25.

The complete track listing for the "House of 1,000 Corpses" soundtrack is as follows:

01. ROB ZOMBIE - "House of 1,000 Corpses"
02. ROB ZOMBIE - "Everybody Scream"
03. BUCK OWENS - "Who's Gonna Mow Your Grass"
04. ROB ZOMBIE - "Run Rabbit Run"
05. HELEN KANE - "I Wanna be Loved by You"
06. ROB ZOMBIE - "Pussy Liquor"
07. RAMONES - "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue"
08. SLIM WHITMAN - "I Remember You"
09. ROB ZOMBIE - Little Piggy"
10. ROB ZOMBIE (featuring Lionel Richie & Trina) - "Brick House 2003"
11. Howdy Folks *
12. Saddle up the Mule *
13. Stuck in the Mud *
14. Holy Miss Moley *
15. Into the Pit *
16. Something for You Men *
17. Scarecrow Attack *
18. My Baby Boy
19. Investigation and the Smokehouse *
20. The Bigger the Cushion *
21. Drive out the Rabbit *
22. Mary's Escape *
23. Ain't the Only Thing Tasty *
24. Dr. Satan *
25. To the House *

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