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Resident Evil: Extinction OST

18 Sep 2007 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 18 Sep 2007
  • Label: Lakeshore Records
  • Total Length: 1:01:55
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  • ASIN: B002H7BHSI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,918 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
MP3 album is the score, not the soundtrack 8 Sep 2008
By M. McFall - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I downloaded the mp3 album of the Resident Evil: Extinction soundtrack, thinking it was the actual soundtrack. The page for the soundtrack lists all 19 of the supposed soundtrack, but as I listened to the samples of each of the songs, each played a sample of the score. Thinking it was a glitch, I continued to purchase the mp3 album. When the album finished downloading onto my computer, I found out all that downloaded was 19 tracks from the Resident Evil: Extinction score. None of the songs from the soundtrack were on the album I downloaded. So, all that I have now is $10.00 worth of the score. Also, its only half of the score and not the entire 3 track album. I hope Amazon addresses this issue before other customers make this same purchase and find out this way. You will notice that the links below lists each albums page. Link A is the soundtrack in the mp3 album, while link B is the score, which doesn't have an mp3 album, but is the album that downloaded onto my computer.
A) Resident Evil: Extinction (OST)
B) Resident Evil: Extinction
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Wrong version of "White Rabbit" in credits 6 Mar 2008
By aaron268 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If your considering buying this to get the version of White Rabbit by Collide that plays in the End Credits, don't buy this CD, the version of White Rabbit the comes on this sound track is not the version you hear in the credits in the movie, to get that version buy the version from the Collide Album "Chasing the Ghost"
There is a few other good songs like "I'm so Sick", thats also in the movie Live Free or Die Hard (Dark Metal video the hacker Mathew is playing at begining of movie when Bruce
willis's character comes to pick him up)
"My World" is pretty good, "Contagious" is not bad, the rest is pretty much screamy speed metal, also the few small tracks from Charlie Clouser like "Main Title", and "Convoy" are very good but very short.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By ACEMAN1 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I absolutely adore the zombie film this soundtrack is for, and like the film this soundtrack is great and worthy of a purchase because it features very good songs along with some of the music from Charlie Clouser's score for the film.
TRACK 1: Composer: Charlie Clouser: Main Title: Rating- 8 out of 10: This is no song, it is simply the main theme played at the beginning of the film. It's too short, but it's still a good score.
TRACK 2: Artist: Shadows Fall: Stupid Crazy: Rating- 8 OUT OF 10: This only the second song I've heard from this band. It's not the best of the two songs I've heard from them, but it's still a rather good song even though in some parts I really didn't care for the lyrics.
TRACK 3: Artist: Flyleaf Vs. The Legion of Doom: I'm So Sick (T-Virus Remix): Rating- 9 out of 10: It's not as good as the original version of I'm So Sick, but this remix version is still good and does a good job of capturing the themes of the film.
TRACK 4: Artist: Emigrate: My World: Rating- 9 out of 10: This song is actually quite good and it seemed to fit into the film's post-apocalyptic theme while also having very interesting lyrics and great beat.
TRACK 5: Artist: Bayside: Duality (Project Alice String Remix): Rating- 8.5: It's a good song, but my main problem is that it just doesn't seem to fit into feeling like it belongs in such a soundtrack for an R-rated film. Sure it may go into some themes like the film, but it just feels out of place in here. Still a great song to listen to though.
TRACK 6: Composer: Charlie Clouser: Losing: Rating- 8.5 out of 10: Again, Charlie Clouser's score is good, but dammit, this is too short. It would have gotten a higher rating had it been longer.
TRACK 7: Artist: Aiden Vs. The Legion of Doom: One Love (Extinction Remix): Rating- 8.75: This is a great song. The song though does go into themes like drug use and it's rather bizarre, but I liked it because it had a great beat and the lyrics were well-written.
TRACK 8: Artist: Fightstar: Deathcar: Rating- 9.25 out of 10: Whoever knew a song about a deathcar could be so awesome? This is one of the best songs of the album. It goes from screaming death metal to calm and peaceful with it's great use electric guitar and lyrics. I loved this song.
TRACK 9: Artist: Throwdown: I, Suicide: Rating- 8.25: This song was well-written and has a great sense of beat to it, but it ran into some rough spots with questionable beats and lyrics that weren't so likeable. It was still a good song though.
TRACK 10: Artist: Collide: White Rabbit (SPC ECO Mix): Rating- 9.5 out of 10: At first I really didn't care much about this song, but after a few more tries I loved the song. It starts off slow and some might be offended by some of its sexual overtones, but if you give it a shot it does not disappoint and then gets going. A fantastic song.
TRACK 11: Artist: Chimaira: Paralyzed: Rating- 7 out of 10: This is one of the lower points of the album. It's not a bad song, but it just didn't strive to be more and never really reaches its potential because of the fact the lyrics are somewhat sketchy along with the beat.
TRACK 12: Composer: Charlie Clouser: Laser Tunnel: Rating- 9 out of 10: This score seems to be trying to compete with the Marilyn Manson score of the great first film, yet mix in some music reminiscent of Jeff Danna's score from the great second film. However, like the other musical bits from Charlie Clouser, THIS IS TOO DAMN SHORT!
TRACK 13: Artist: The Bled: Asleep on the Frontline (Appliantz Remix): Rating- 9.25 out of 10: This song conveys a deeper message than most songs. It goes into war and personal struggles. It's a great song, but it's flawed over the fact the song is a bit slow. A great song to listen to however.
TRACK 14: Artist: City Sleeps: Catch Me: Rating- 9.5 out of 10: The best song on the album. Although City Sleeps released only one album, for some reason this song never made it there, but ended up here. This song is absolutely fantastic and nearly perfect. Why is it not perfect? I wish it was longer.
TRACK 15: Artist: Searchlight: Contagious: Rating- 9.25 out of 10: This is great and also conveys a deep message about the struggles with the world. It has a great choice of lyrics and wonderful beat to it. It's great, but could have been better.
TRACK 16: Artist: Emanuel: Scenotaph (DJA Infected Remix): Rating- 9.25 out of 10: This song will surely offend someone who is not used to cursing in songs. What is it, you might ask? "Spread your legs, then f*** the world!" It's a great song and I enjoyed the fact that this time they didn't find it necessary to censor the lyrics unlike the songs for the soundtrack of the original film.
TRACK 17: Artist: It Dies Today: Sixth of June: Rating- 9 out of 10: I liked this song because of the lyrics and beat. It was flawed, but still highly enjoyable for what it is.
TRACK 18: Artist: Poison in the Well: Wrecking Itself Taking You With Me: Rating- 7 out of 10: This song is still good, but there were parts where I didn't like the beat or the lyrics. It's decent to listen to, but it's nothing mind-blowing.
TRACK 19: Composer: Charlie Clouser: Convoy: Rating- 9 out of 10: This is a good score, but again, it's way too short. Charlie Clouser is a good composer overall, so why are his scores so short in this soundtrack?
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
MP3 buyers use caution 4 Oct 2009
By M. Sincic - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Consider this a caution for those who want to download this album as an MP3. As of September 2009, Amazon still had not corrected the problem identified by the earlier buyer. That is, downloading this album results in receiving the first 19 tracks of the score album, not the 19 track soundtrack.

As a buyer of scores and soundtracks, I would take either one. I communicated the problem to Amazon. They promised a refund and to look into the issue. Hopefully they will fix it.
Great soundtrack marred by awful score. 26 Jun 2010
By Levi B. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Not a fan of Charlie Clouser and could have done without his score snippets, but the other sounds are very catchy. "Apocalypse" is still my favorite soundtrack in the series, though.
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