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  • Audio Cassette (29 Mar. 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack, Import
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B000002IWI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 849,290 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By m1keis@hotmail.com on 4 Jan. 2002
Format: Audio CD
This CD opitimises 'The Crow' beautifully. Each track takes you through the world of The Crow, some are instantly recognisable from the flim, others you may have to look (or listen) harder to find.
The CD kicks off with the greatest song (in my opinion) from the film 'Burn' by The Cure. This is the song that plays as Brandon Lee applies his 'make-up' at the start of the film, and The Crow is born.
The end song is also outstanding. In contrast to the rest of the songs on the CD, this is very somber and relaxing; ending the whole experience on a 'lovely' note -- much like the film.
In between is a mix of heavy rock, metal, dark dark music and so on -- basically, music from the film.
When you have finished listening to this CD you will realise that you have just been taken on a rollercoaster 'Crow like' ride. It's very powerful.
I would recommend this to any hard-core Crow fan, and indeed anyone who has a taste in real music.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 26 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
The Crow soundtrack not only reflects the dark mood of the film, it actually did much to create that dark mood in the first place. One is hard pressed to say which came first, the movie or the music; that is how closely linked both aspects of the production are. Jane Siberry’s It Can’t Rain All the Time will forever be identified with The Crow in my mind; this hauntingly beautiful track makes this album worth buying all by itself; I know of no other song I could even compare it to in terms of its depth of feeling and quiet intensity. The other 13 tracks are pretty amazing songs in their own right, serving up a sampler of styles from rock’s slightly darker and heavier side. Stone Temple Pilot’s Big Empty is immediately recognizable to anyone who ever listened to a radio in the early 1990s, but I most enjoyed hearing some offerings from bands I am less familiar with. My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult is a band I have never heard of outside of The Crow soundtrack, and I’m really surprised this group has not received more attention over the years. For Love Not Lisa is another group that impressed me, especially with the “I would die for you” refrain that forms the heart of their song Slip Slide Melting. I know Pantera only be reputation, and I’m glad I got to hear a sampling of their work here. Nine Inch Nails and Rage Against the Machine are two bands that have never captured my attention, but their contributions to this soundtrack have me thinking I ought to take another look at them. Rollins Band’s Ghostrider came as a bit of a shock to me because the lead singer sounds remarkably like Jim Morrison, and this song really has the sound of a modernized Doors song.Read more ›
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Hudson on 17 Dec. 2006
Format: Audio CD
If you think about it, a soundtrack ought really to reflect and enhance the tone and texture of a movie. It shouldn't be about taking songs of the moment from bands of the moment. Too often that seems to be the case, and the soundtrack album lacks any form of unity or cohesion. It is often the case that the songs on the album never even featured in the movie. But not in this case, oh no!

I don't think I have ever encountered a movie and soundtrack which are so inseparable. Somehow atmospheric and sentimental, while menacing and industrial at the same time, the soundtrack almost eclipses the movie. It certainly encapsulates it. It is impossible to watch the movie, without hearing the songs - and they really are a great bunch of songs!

The album opens, as does the movie, with "Burn" by the Cure. I've never been a Cure fan. In fact, I've never liked a Cure song before - but I love this one. And that is indicitive of this album, because the songs are sometimes somewhat of a departure for the groups performing them. Sometimes not a great departure, and sometimes a huge leap - but it seems to work each time.

The second track, "Golgotha Tenement Blues", by Machines of Loving Grace, is my favourite track on the album. I had not heard of this group before, and immediately took a gamble and bought the first CD by them I found (their second album, "Concentration"). It sounds nothing like this track, but it's good and you should check it out. Their third album, "Gilt" does sound more like GTB, and is definitely worth checking out.

"Big Empty" was one of the few "known" tracks by "known" bands on the Crow soundtrack, but it fits in nicely.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 Aug. 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Crow was a fantastic film, dark, exciting and intense, and the music is full of energy. There are so many top bands on this soundtrack - The Cure, NIN, Rage, Pantera, Violent Femmes and the Stone Temple Pilots for example, and they all put forward some quality tracks. Mention should also go to the final track by Jane Siberry, which is very nice indeed. If you like the film you should definitely check out this soundtrack!
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By The Scribbler on 22 Oct. 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The Crow: Soundtrack (1994) contains music from the motion picture, The Crow (1994), a film based on the 1989 comic book of the same name by James O'Barr, directed by Alex Proyas (Dark City) and starring the late Brandon Lee (Showdown in Little Tokyo). Lee was accidentally killed whilst filming The Crow, due to a defective blank. The Crow is a fantasy action horror film, co-scripted by horror novelists David J. Schow and John Shirley. It makes use of alternative rock and metal, gothic rock, and industrial metal for its soundtrack.

Track Listing
The Cure, Burn
Machines of Loving Grace, Golgotha Tenement Blues
Stone Temple Pilots, Big Empty
Nine Inch Nails, Dead Souls
Rage Against the Machine, Darkness
Violent Femmes, Color Me Once
Rollins Band, Ghost Rider
Helmet, Milktoast
Pantera, The Badge
For Love Not Lisa, Slip Side Melting
My Life with the Thrill Kill Kutt,
The Jesus and Mary Chain, Snakedriver
Medicine, Time Baby III
Jane Siberry, It Can't Rain All The Time

The biggest selling song from the album is the Stone Temple Pilot's Big Empty reaching #50 on the US Billboard 100. The most famous song on the album is arguably Burn by The Cure and The Nine Inch Nails' track, Dead Souls, is a Joy Division cover: the original comic book was partly inspired by The Cure and Joy Division. The Crow soundtrack reached #1 on the US Billboard 200, and was voted #37 on Rolling Stone magazine's 40 best records of 1994 by mainstream alternative bands. The film itself was equally successful, earning $50 million at the box office.
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