Corsets are not sized like bras. Your waist measurement is most important, you don’t want the corset to be too big in the waist. You want the corset to be at least 3″-5″ SMALLER than your measurements. It is normal to have up to a 6″ gap in the back lacing. Tightly laced up the measurements are as follows: 32 (waist=24″), 34=(26w), 36=(28w), 38=(30w).
American Made Music to Strip By is the first remix album released by American musician Rob Zombie. The album was released through Geffen Records on October 26, 1999. It is comprised entirely of remixes of songs taken from Zombie’s debut studio album, Hellbilly Deluxe (1998). Zombie worked with a number of musicians and producers to create updated versions of the songs, including Charlie Clouser, who had previously worked with Zombie on his debut solo effort. Ten of the original albums songs have been remixed, excluding three instrumental interludes. Two of the remixes featured on American Made Music to Strip By had previously been released on promotional discs for “Dragula” (1998) and “Living Dead Girl” (1999).
Upon its release, American Made Music to Strip By was met with a mixed critical reception. Though some tracks received praise for their updated sound, others were seen as simply redundant or predictable. The project received minimal promotion leading to its release, and debuted at number thirty-eight on the Billboard 200 chart in the United States. American Made Music to Strip By has went on to sell over 300,000 copies worldwide since its initial release. The album was followed by the promotional vinyl Spookshow Baby Remix-a-Go-Go, released on November 30, 1999. The vinyl release featured five remixes, four of which were included on American Made Music to Strip By and one new remix of “Spookshow Baby”.