Wielding a sonic death ray composed of metal, industrial, and rap (with trace elements of camp), Powerman 5000’s 1999 release Tonight the Stars Revolt! pulverized everything in its path on the way to a million-selling Top 30 release boasting a pair of hits in “When Worlds Collide” and “Nobody’s Real” (and a killer cover of the Cars’ “Good Times Roll”). Rob Zombie’s younger brother Spider One’s obsession with ‘50s pulp science fiction holds the whole thing together, right down to the cheesy-but-charming graphics that we’ve faithfully recreated on the matte-finish album and inner sleeve to this, its FIRST-EVER vinyl release. Seldom has there been an album more suited to the visual and aural pop of the LP format…brace for impact! Coke clear with bright yellow streaks pressing (look lively for that hidden bonus track at the end of side two).