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Spider Man - Music From And Inspired By [Clean]
 
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Spider Man - Music From And Inspired By [Clean]

17 May 2004 | Format: MP3

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Format: Audio CD
This album is awesome!What more can I say?!! First decent compilation i've heard in ages. Fantastic contributions from top bands like AAF,The Strokes,The Hives,Sum 41 and Macy Gray. Others have their say in true rockin fashion with great songs from Black Lab,Bleu,Greenwheel,Theory of a Dead Man and Pete Yorn and others. Love the spidey theme from Aeorsmith - why didn't they do the original?!!But you gotta buy this for 'Hero' Chad Kroeger - oh the voice!! - and the most stunning rock ballad sung by Corey Taylor of Slipknot fame - 'Bother'. This alone will sell this album. Always new that action heroes were rockers at heart!Love it, its a top buy!
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From the classic old-school "Spiderman" theme tune to the new, heavier version by ageing rockers, Aerosmith this CD just keeps getting more and more listenable.
Nickelbacks recent success has completed a meteoric rise to rock stardom and this new-found status is truly justified when you listen to the magnificent Chad Kroeger on the movies blockbuster song, "Hero". A mellow, but intensely inspiring track is made all the better with the combination of Kroegers gritty tones and the supplementation of the higher, whining voice of Saliva's Josey Scott.
Sum 41 provide the other major track on the album with their unparalleled rock-hop style, giving us "What We're All About", a tune that just oozes jump appeal.
The CD also contains significant input from Alien Ant Farm, The Strokes, The Hives and an awesome Macy Gray track re-mixed by Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello.
But, perhaps the most outstanding contribution is that of Slipknot vocalist Corey Taylor. If you think you're used to the screaming and shouting of this guy, then think again. I could'nt believe it when I first heard it, but astoundingly, Taylor sings a melodic, moody ballad with "Bother." This guy can really sing and has an awesome voice. If you don't like anything else on this CD then buy it for this track alone cos it is truly amazing!!!
Probably the most listened to CD in my collection at the moment and it serves only to intensify the excitement over the upcoming release of the movie. BUY IT!!!
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Back in 2002, Spider Man became a major success for Sam Rami's film team, that it spawned two sequels. So in terms of music from the actual film, there are two pieces from Danny Elfman's entertaining score, and a few tracks from the likes of The Strokes and Sum 41, which are present in this soundtrack. There are also songs from the likes of Chad Kroeger and Macy Gray. There is also the theme tune to the infamous Saturday morning TV show from the 1970s as well, for nostalgia's sake. But the film also had tracks from the likes of Laibach and Oleander, which do not feature on this soundtrack.
So what was the purpose of shoehorning the likes of Alien Ant Farm, The Hives, and even a so-so cover of that TV theme song from Aerosmith into this? The results make the album- it does not deserve the title of soundtrack with all this filler! - A dated slice of rock from another by-gone era. Some tracks are enjoyable to revisit, such as The Hives' Hate to Say I Told You So, and there are even some standout gems, like Corey Taylor's Bother. But as the rest of the tracks are nearly forgettable, from the likes of Injected, Default, and Greenwheel, it just makes this album sound like generic background music to a student's bedroom back in the early 2000s.
So this Spider Man album makes an effort in providing actual music from the film, but the often-dreaded 'inspired by' tracks bog it down to make it an average rock compilation from this era.
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When I bought this CD, some time ago, there wasn't a soundtrack CD available. Sadly, this CD has only two tracks from the film. The rest simply isn't my cup of tea.
One bonus; has the theme tune from the cartoon Spiderman series.
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Spider-man ost is to put it mildly, one of the most fitting soundtracks to its movie I have ever heard. Whilst being extremely rock heavy it manages to capture the essence of the film perfectly. The teenage angst of Peter Parker particularly Bleu's 'Somebody Else' in complete contrast to Chad Kroeger's 'Hero' makes you feel like you're on that web line with Spidey swinging through New York on your way to rescue a damsel in distress, whilst juggling an already hectic lifestyle. I never imagined a collection of songs could provide me with such an uplifting experience. The barrage of conventional rock guitar is nicely interluded by a change of pace in the form of The Strokes and The Hives. The tracks are extremely well placed providing you with a real sense of a journey. Its great to find Danny Elfman's original score included to give a real link to the movie. The one factor that prevented me delivering a five star rating? The original 1960's Spider-Man cartoon theme and Aerosmiths' terrible cover of it. Otherwise, an essential purchase.
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