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Hollywood – In Hollywood…
Like Educated horses, the album is tonally inconsistent- “What?” and “Werewolf Women Of The SS” (the least of the Grindhouse trailers becomes one of the best songs of this entire album) are wonderfully spookshow, “The Man Who Laughs” feels like a Sinister Urge spasm, while “Burn,” “Sick Bubblegum,” and “Cease To Exist” go somewhere new, if familiar. “Death And Destiny Inside The Dream Factory” is a dynamic standout that pays off the cynicism towards Hollywood Zombie set up in “Go To California.” Hellbilly Deluxe 2 (like Plastic Beach) left me cold on the first listen, but I soon found myself itching to hear certain tracks again. Now, save for the most fucking annoying, drawn-out drum solo I’ve ever heard, I enjoy every minute of it.