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The pop-song score is often accused of being little more than ancillary merchandising for many a film and the supporting evidence is often hard to deny. But this well-chosen collection of modern rock and metal for director Jonathan Hensleigh's adaptation of the vengeance-obsessed Marvel Comics anti-hero is a gratifying exception--apt sonic seasoning for the film's bleak, contemporary edge. The thrash of Hatebreed, Chevelle and the new Drowning Pool lineup and tracks by more established acts such as Puddle of Mudd, Nickelback and Queens of the Stone Age (who turn in a smart, chunky cover of Romeo Void's rock-of-the-80s staple, "Never Say Never") alone would make it a welcome rock-metal sampler. But its 19 tracks also include an intriguing range of lesser known bands and one-off collaborations (Seether and Amy Lee, Jerry Cantrell and Damageplan, Ben Moody / Jason Miller / Jason "Gong" Jones), all bristling with a dark, moody energy that perfectly echoes the film's dour, relentlessly violent tone. -- Jerry McCulley, Amazon.com
Top Customer Reviews
I also find this CD good for when I'm madwith my man!
On the whole if you are a fan of the film, comics, or even just rock music on the whole I would highly recommend this CD.
All the usual suspects here, I know, but they are all SO good! Newies from:
Smile Empty Soul - same style of Nirvana/Alice In Chains with a modern twist
Trapt - possibly the best song on the album, awesome chorus. Their best song. Period.
Edgewater - Nice: Foo Fighters with a less poppy-sound.
Finger Eleven - Exactly what you'd expect from F11. Awesome!
Seether - new version of "Broken", with the addition of Amy Lee (Evanescence) bringing some great vocals to the song.
Drowning Pool - New singer does great!! New album in April! Can't wait!
Submersed, Seven Wiser, Atomship - Wind-Up's new signings all bring across excellent songs. New albums soon, should be checked out.
Get this album if you want to try these bands out. Excellent initiation into their works. Well worth the money.
If you like a range of rock/metal music I suggest you go out and buy this album because you will not be disappointed. For me there were one or two very heavy songs which didnt appeal to me so it wont get 5 stars, but like i said taste varies.
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The Person below who said Evanescence have split not so, they are releasing a new album in Autumn, Amy and Ben have parted with musical differences, but Amy and the rest of them... Read morePublished on 18 Jun. 2004
I had great expectations of this album, considering that most of thetracks are of the Nu metal/ Hard Rock genres, which I happen to love. Read morePublished on 28 April 2004 by Mr. Rahul Massey