Granted, there are some very good songs by some very good artists on the Spider-Man Soundtrack, but there is just so many plain and utterly boring tracks that follow and come before most of them. After the almost comical original Spider Man Theme, Chad Kroeger and Josie Scott pull off a very powerful song. I'm not a fan of either Nickleback or Saliva, but "Hero" is working nicely from both singers of those two bands. After that we have an annoying song from a band I could careless about, Sum 41. The chorus of their song rings "Rock! It's What we're all about! It's what we live for! Come on, shout it out!" This is more less a cross between wannaba punk and a rock-rap song. The fact that the guitar player for Slayer is featured hardly makes it rock. After that we have some tediously boring songs from bands like Black Lab, Bleu, AAF, and Default. These songs I've probably heard 3 times at most. After that we have the soundtrack's high-point. Corey Taylor (Singer of Slipknot, yes, Slipknot) lays down a mellow and emotional track called "Bother". For all you who say Corey can't sing, he just screams, well, you can sit down now. What a great song. After this we have decent songs by Greenwheel, The Strokes, Theory of a Dead Man, and Pete Yorn. These songs are pretty good if you're in the mood. The next good songs come from Jerry Cantrell, scores from Danny Elfman, and a cover of the orginal Spider-Man Theme by Aerosmith that surprisingly works. That's 10 songs from a 19 songs soundtrack. Not exactly worth my 16 dollars, but does have some good songs that are worth having.