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The Best of (Hed) Planet Earth


Download links and information about The Best of (Hed) Planet Earth by East Bay Ray, (Hed) P. E. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Punk, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 59:47 minutes.

Artist: East Bay Ray, (Hed) P. E
Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Punk, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 15
Duration: 59:47
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No. Title Length
1. Suck It Up (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 3:56
2. Bartender (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 4:00
3. Blackout (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 3:53
4. Killing Time (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 3:53
5. Ken 2012 (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 5:05
6. Waiting to Die (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 3:15
7. Serpent Boy (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 5:50
8. Swan Dive (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 3:34
9. Darky (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 5:10
10. Other Side (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 3:36
11. Ground (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 2:29
12. Firsty (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 2:29
13. The Meadow (Special Like You) (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 4:32
14. Tired of Sleep (T.O.S.) (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 3:51
15. Feel Good (featuring (Hed) Planet Earth) 4:14



After releasing them from their contract, Jive collected the greatest moments of (hed) pe's tenure with the label, from their eponymous 1997 debut through 2003's hard-driving Blackout. And although they will never be mentioned in the same breath as many of their rap-metal contemporaries (Deftones, Korn, System of a Down, etc.), (hed) pe's hard-driving sound most certainly earns them a slice of the rap-metal pie. Thankfully, Jive had the good sense to stack their most well-known songs in the front and offer up fan favorites more prominently during the second half of the disc, including "Feel Good," which features System of a Down singer Serj Tankian and Kittie's Morgan Lander making guest appearances. It may not be a definitive look at the group, but it's a nice overview of the first half of the band's career. [Best-Of was also released with three bonus tracks.]