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Rob Zombie (born Rob Cummings on 12 January, 1966) is best known as founder, lead singer and songwriter for White Zombie. He has also done solo recordings; one of his songs, "Dragula", was used in The Matrix. He is well known as a huge science fiction and horror movie fanatic. He has utilized many audio clips from movies in his music. Even the name White Zombie came from an old horror movie of the same name.
The 2003 release of House of 1000 Corpses marked his feature film directorial debut. He had previously written a script for Crow 3 which was never used. In Beavis and Butthead Do America, Beavis' hallucination scene was created by Rob Zombie.
Most, if not all, original artwork on his CDs are his own creations.
As a side note he is the older brother of Powerman 5000 vocalist Spider One.
- Hellbilly Deluxe (1998)
- American Made Music to Strip By (1999, compilation, includes mixes)
- The Sinister Urge (2001)
- Past, Present & Future (2003, compilation)
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