Loud Rocks

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Loud Rocks
Compilation album by Various Artists
Released September 5, 2000
Genre Rap rock, nu metal, alternative metal, hard rock
Label Sony, Loud

Loud Rocks is an album of collaborations between hard rock and hip hop artists performing songs of the latter. It was released by Loud Records in four editions: one with explicit lyrics, a clean version, a Japanese and a Canadian version (each including a bonus track).

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Select 2/5 stars[2]

Select gave the album a two out of five rating.[2] The review compared the album to the Judgement Night Soundtrack stating that it "did much the same thing, but it found room for curious hybrids like Teenage Fanclub and De La Soul. Only Everlast and Mobb Deep's 'Shook Ones'...shows anything like the same ambition here."[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Shame" - System of a Down & Wu-Tang Clan (2:40)
  2. "Make Room" - Sugar Ray & Tha Alkaholiks (3:59)
  3. "Hip Hop" - Static-X & Dead Prez (3:52)
  4. "Los Angeles Times" - Endo & Xzibit (4:05)
  5. "Shook Ones Part II" - Everlast & Mobb Deep (4:16)
  6. "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nothing ta Fuck Wit" - Tom Morello, Chad Smith & Wu-Tang Clan (3:52)
  7. "Only When I'm Drunk" - Crazy Town & Tha Alkaholiks (4:54)
  8. "What U See Is What U Get" - Sevendust & Xzibit (5:12)
  9. "How Bout Some Hardcore" - Butch Vig & M.O.P. (3:28)
  10. "For Heaven's Sake 2000" - Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi & Wu-Tang Clan (4:55)
  11. "Caribbean Connection" - Shootyz Groove & Big Punisher (3:46)
  12. "Survival of the Fittest" - Sick of it All & Mobb Deep (3:46)
  13. "Still Not a Player" - Incubus & Big Punisher (4:12)
  14. "Daaam!" - Finger Eleven & Tha Alkaholiks (4:27) (Canadian Bonus Track)
  15. "Reign Of The Tec 2000" - YKZ & The Beatnuts (Japanese Bonus Track)
Year Chart Position
2000 The Billboard 200 108
2000 Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 68

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Loud Rocks - Various Artists". Allmusic. 
  2. ^ a b c Lynskey, Dorian (October 2000). "Album reviews". Select (EMAP Metro): 109. ISSN 0959-8367.