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Spiderman [Soundtrack]

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  • Audio CD (30 April 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN: B000063208
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 75,418 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
Listen  1. Theme From Spider Man (Album Version)Spider-Man (Motion Picture) 1:00Album Only
Listen  2. Hero (Motion Picture Version)Chad Kroeger feat Josey Scott 3:19Album Only
Listen  3. What We're All About (The Original Version)Sum 41 3:34Album Only
Listen  4. Learn To Crawl (Album Version)Black Lab 3:35£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Somebody Else (Album Version)Bleu 3:37£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Bug Bytes (Album Version)Alien Ant Farm 3:30Album Only
Listen  7. Blind (Album Version)Default 3:10Album Only
Listen  8. Bother (Album Version)Corey Taylor 3:59Album Only
Listen  9. Shelter (Album Version)Greenwheel 3:31Album Only
Listen10. When It Started (Album Version)The Strokes 2:54Album Only
Listen11. Hate To Say I Told You So (Album Version)The Hives 3:20Album Only
Listen12. Invisible Man (Album Version)Theory of A Dead Man 2:39Album Only
Listen13. Undercover (Album Version)Pete Yorn 3:56£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen14. My Nutmeg Phantasy (featuring Angie Stone & Mos Def) (Morello Mix)MacY Gray 4:27£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen15. I-IV-V (Album Version)Injected 3:02Album Only
Listen16. She Was My Girl (Album Version)Jerry Cantrell 4:17Album Only
Listen17. Main Titles (Album Version)Danny Elfman 3:41£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen18. Farewell (Album Version)Danny Elfman 4:42£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen19. Theme From Spider Man (Album Version)Aerosmith 2:56£0.99  Buy MP3 

Product Description

Spiderman ~ Spider-Man: Music From And Insp

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars BRILLIANT!!!!!! 28 Jun 2002
By helen g
Format:Audio CD
i bought this soundtrack after seeing spider-man the movie. I found it to be more than just a regular soundtrack though! there is a good mixture of metal and rock music - from the chad kroeger hit 'HERO' to the hives 'hate to say i told u so'. this album oozes brilliance. id recommend it to everyone - whether theyve seen the movie or not - theres something for everyone!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars SPIDERMAN - HOW A MUSIC FAN WOULD RATE IT! 18 Jan 2003
Format:Audio CD
Once i had purchaced the movie - Spiderman, i had received the soundtrack free - and it is absolutly stunning if u are a rock fan, or espessially a Nickleback fan. From the song HERO - which is just pure GRUNGE, to the Metal of Invisible Man (the best tune on the album - pure Rock - none for that head banging bollox,) it is a great album, for rok, lover, and romantic music all in one - i strongly suggest u buy it!
Amar Shah
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Amazon.com: 3.9 out of 5 stars  114 reviews
23 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Best Soundtracks I own 4 July 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is a very solid soundtrack. There are very few songs that i have to skip. Only get this soundtrack if you love alternative music though:
1. Spiderman Theme- 4/5 Not my favorite, intro...but its cool.
2. Chad Kroeger & Josey Scott- Hero: 5/5 The reason I bought this soundtrack! I love this song, i'm sure you've heard it.
3. Sum 41- What We're All About: 2/5 The beginning is awesome...before they start singing/trying to rap. I do not see how this song has anything to do with the movie.
4. Black Lab- Crawling: 5/5 This is just as good as Hero. This should be a hit on the radio. Very catchy song with good lyrics. Totally ties in with the movie.
5. Bleu- Someone else: 5/5 Song has a theme of belonging in it...totally reflects on Peter Parker.
6. Alien Ant Farm- Bug Bytes: 1/5 To me this is worst than the Sum 41 song. I don't like Alien Ant Farm so maybe you'll have a different opinion.
7. Default- Blind: 3/5 This is a tolerable song....sounds Deny, Wasting My Time...nothing new. Its about when a friend backstabs you like Peter's friend kinda does.
8. Corey Taylor- Bother: 5/5 This is the guy from Slipknot and even though I have never listened to Slipknot and do not think I would like them anyways...THIS IS AN AWESOME SONG. The guys has a good voice for someone who screams. Its a very dark, but beautiful song. It sounds different from the rest of the album.
9. Greenwheel- SHelter: 4/5 I like this song also. Its your normal alternative song that stands out from the rest. Sound like a song about evil (William Defoe).
10. The Strokes- When It Started: 5/5 I love this song because it sounds differet....I like the retro-ness of it. This is the only song I have liked so far from The Strokes,
11. The Hives- Hate To Say I Told You SO: 5/5 Yet another awesome retro song...they're retro like the Strokes but they are a lot harder...more alterantive. The guy's voice is stronger.
12. Theory of A Dead Man- Invisible Man: 4/5 Regular run of the mill--yet good alternative song. SOunds like another song about the darkside or wanting to belong.
13. Pete Yorn- Undercover: Ok this is one of my favorites on this whole soundtrack. Its soft, yet alternative. This is the first song I've heard from Pete Yorn and i love him. Explains the love story between MaryJane and Peter.
14. Macy Grey- Nut Meg Fantasy: 4/5 i had to grow into this one...its a catchy song when you get used to it. This was in the movie!
15. Injected- IV-V: 5/5 Hmm...I think that's how you spell it. I had to get used to this song also. I love the chorus and the lead guy's voice. Very catchy song when you actually listen to the whole thing.
16. Jerry Cantrell- She Was My Girl: 5/5 Very interesting song. Explains the love triangle in Spiderman very well.
17. Danny Elfman- Main Titles: 5/5 This is like the musical score. Its the when they show the cast's names in the beginning of the movie...very good song.
18. Danny Elfman- Farwell: 4/5 This song is kinda slow...it gets good at the end...repeats melody of previous track alittle.
Bottom line is...there are some extraordinary songs on here. So it is so worth getting this soundtrack if you love alternative music. The songs relate to the movie and are not useless soundtrack filler to back up the movie hit. SO GET IT TODAY!
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good movie, mediocre soundtrack 21 May 2002
By Kolors - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
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.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Music to Accompany An Awesome Movie 30 April 2002
By "dragonlore45" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The Spiderman soundtrack is stellar in the choice of artists who are talented and not to overcommercialized by "popular" music. Though one reason enough to buy thi cd is the first (Theme from Spiderman) song a classic old-school rendition of an old favorite. Sum-41 is a great band but they feel out of place on soundtrack. Track 4, Black Lab, is a mellow song with a very spiderman feel, the song called "Learn to Crawl". With other artists ranging from the Strokes, Alien Ant Farm, and Pete Yorn, the cd shows various ranges of emotion, that could have easily been another collection of popular artists singing songs released on other albums. The music from Danny Elfman is very deep and makes me wish i could see the movie tomorrow to see how Raimi and Elfman work. The kicker of this whole cd is the Areosmith rendition of the Theme from spiderman, without making it sound like they just added rock music. Of the 19!! tracks on the soundtrack, only one seems out of place on an incredibly well rounded and presented cd. And if you bought the holographic collector card edition you can pretend you're watching spiderman swing. Wohoo!!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars DOES WHATEVER A ROCK RECORD CAN 22 May 2003
By Guy De Federicis - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
OK, so I forgot to send my order card back in time to a certain mail-order record club and I'm stuck with the "Spider-Man" Soundtrack. It's not so bad. As movie soundtracks go, it's a little tough for a collection of songs to resemble Spider-Man, but these teen-oriented, rock driven testements of the day are as fun and entertaining as your favorite second string Super Hero. Just try not to sing along to the vocal anthem joy of rock and roll in Sum 41's "What We're All About". The sensitive "Bother" by Corey Taylor reaches dramatic tuneful plateaus, and The Hive's "Hate To Say I Told You So" sounds like old recharged Kinks records with a 2003 mega production team. Infected"s "I-IV-V" is a diamond in the rough and tough modern rock sound asking the unlikely question, "What's your favorite color?", and standing out like a whiz kid in a classroom of degenerates, and Jerry Cantrell's "She Was My Girl". the album's best track, is as rock and roll monumental as say, Blue Oyster Cult's "Don't Fear The Reaper". Almost everything else sounds like Stone Temple Pilots or Pearl Jam to me, but so does most of rock radio. The movie themes by Danny Elfman are like clouds in search of a celestial melody and it takes forever for them to roll by. The final song, Aerosmith's "Theme From Spider Man" is a bit uninspired in the midst of these teen beat rock records and it's like pulling up a chair for Grandpa who commands both respect and boredom.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Where is the score? Why must we put up with "songtracks"? 4 May 2002
By Jonathon Vandergriff - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
For those of you seeing Spiderman, there's very little on this album that makes it worth listening to. It is yet another "songs inspired by the film" "songtrack" that has NOTHING TO DO WITH THE MOVIE.
The only redeeming aspect of this release are the two tracks by ledgend film composer Danny Elfman. Most of you will know him from his scores for Tim Burton such as "Batman", "Batman Returns", and "Edward Scissorhands" (those are just 3 examples - he's done over 60 films). As it goes, there's a touch of "Batman" in this score, but Elfman is obviously trying to move away from old style and motifs. "Main Titles" and "Farewell" are beautiful themes and will (hopefully) earn Elfman another Oscar nomination. This album is just a teaser for score fans like me, and there will most probably be a full score release, but until then we must put up with this. Don't listen to anything else on the CD except tracks 17 and 18.
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