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Daredevil Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (Feb. 4 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Wind-Up
  • Run Time: 103 minutes
  • ASIN: B000084TTD
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #47,477 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Won't Back Down - Fuel
2. For You - The Calling
3. Bleed For Me - Saliva
4. Hang On - Seether
5. Learn the Hard Way - Nickelback
6. The Man Without Fear - Drowning Pool feat. Rob Zombie
7. Right Now - Nappy Roots feat. Marcos Curiel of P.O.D.
8. Evening Rain - Moby
9. Bring Me To Life - Evanescence
10. Until You're Reformed - Chevelle
11. Right Before Your Eyes - Hoobastank
12. Fade Out/In - Palo Alto
13. Caught In The Rain - Revis
14. High Wire Escape Artist - BOYSETSFIRE
15. Raise Your Rifles - Autopilot Off
16. Daredevil Theme (Blind Justice Remix) - Graeme Revell and Mike Einziger
17. My Immortal - Evanescence
18. Sad Exchange - finger eleven
19. Simple Lies - Endo
20. Let Go - 12 Stones

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Daredevil ~ Daredevil: The Album

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One wonders what Daredevil the superhero might make of Daredevil: The Album. Given his heightened sense of hearing, the costumed one would probably grab the volume control, since tinnitus-inducing modern rock is the primary fare here. Despite strong new fare from Fuel, Saliva, and Nickelback, the pairing of Drowning Pool with another cartoon character, Rob Zombie, is the clear winner on personality alone. Two cuts from newcomers Evanescence, including the song showcased in the film's trailer ("Bring Me to Life"), also stand out thanks to the dramatic vocals of Amy Lee, who should find favor with Tori Amos fans. Respites from the hard rock action round out the disc: a collaboration between Nappy Roots and P.O.D. guitarist Marcus Curiel is a rap-rock outing that actually satisfies on both levels, Autopilot Off chime in with some peppy emo, and the title theme gets a Chemical Brothers-style big beat overhaul. --Kurt B. Reighley

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4.1 out of 5 stars

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By John on April 26 2004
Format: Audio CD
This overall was a good soundtrack, and had some great songs on it. There were although, as there are to all soundtracks, just a few clunkers. Ill rate all the songs on here out of 5 stars.
1)Fuel-Wont Back Down. 5 Stars, a very solid outing, good lyrics and strong vocals. Great way to start, and really fits with the movie.
2)The Calling-For You. 3 Stars, a decent song. Not so sure it truly belonged here but the singing is pretty strong and its listenable.
3)Saliva-Bleed For Me. 5 Stars, one of Saliva's best songs, I really like the lyrics, and the guitar work is pretty solid, and helps drive the emotion of the song.
4)Seether-Hang On. 5 Stars, a great outing from Seether, possibly my favorite song by them. Everything here is solid.
5)Nickelback-Learn the Hard Way. 3 Stars, Its a pretty cool song, although not so great by Nickelback standards. Youve heard Nickelback, you know all about them, this song is just decent.
6)Drowning Pool ft. Rob Zombie-The Man Without Fear. 5 Stars, Im not too big on Rob Zombie but this is a very cool song, the heaviest on the album by far.
7)Nappy Roots feat. Marcos Curiel of P.O.D.-Right Now. 1.5 Stars..yeah...this is rap on a rock soundtrack..enough said. Nothing too good here...
8)Moby-Evening Rain. 0 Stars..Come on guys, its Moby. Mobys bad enough anyways but to put him on a hard rock soundtrack...just miserable. Sorry.
9)Evanescence-Bring Me To Life. 5 Stars, Youve heard this song a billion times, no need for explanation.
10)Chevelle-Until Youre Reformed. 3.5 Stars, Its a pretty good song, by Chevelle standards it could be better, but a breath of fresh air after Moby.
11)Hoobastank-Right Before Your Eyes. 3.5 Stars, Im not too much of a Hoobastank fan, but this one suprised me.
12)Palo Alto-Fade Out/In.
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I am not a fan of "pop rock." What is pop rock you ask? "Pop rock" songs are songs from bands that have more of a pop sound than a rock sound yet they end up in the "rock" section of music stores anyway. More or less all of the "rock" bands that aren't metal rock bands are "pop rock." I (as much as I hate to admit this) like the pop rock songs that are on this album. They are really good if you are not too embarrassed to buy a CD that is mainly pop rock. "For You" by The Calling is awesome. I listen to this song a couple of times a week. "Bleed for Me," and "Bring me to Life" are also good. This is, overall, a great album. I (as a snob music fan) hate to buy pop rock but this CD was well worth it. The first three tracks are so good that they make this CD worth buying. I hope they will re-release the album someday so they can include the two songs from the film that were cut from the soundtrack. (They cut the song that plays in the background when Kingpin is shown for the first time and they cut the song that is playing in the pub when Bullseye is shown with the darts.)
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You might not care to read this part. I just basically tell someone why their opinion is wrong and that there are lots of intelligent people who listen to rock music.
First off I must say your comments about people who listen to this soundtrack do not read. I enjoy reading a lot. You'd be surprised at how many people have this cd and read. Also, think about it. This soundtrack is for a movie that is adapted from a comic BOOK. Yup, a COMIC BOOK. Yes, comic books are considered pieces of literature. C' mon, think about these things before you act like the class nerd who squeals on everyone (That is what was brought to mind when I read your review.)
And now to my review.
1. Won't Back Down-Fuel: A great opener for the soundtrack. Check out their (fairly) new cd NATURAL SELECTION. It is good. 9/10
2. For You-The Calling: A pretty good song with some orchestra integrated into it. 8/10
3. Bleed For Me-Saliva: Saliva RULES. This track seems softer than other tracks by Saliva, but that isn't a bad thing. Lead Josey Scott is also on another comic book movie soundtrack, SPIDER-MAN in the song HERO. Good guitar on this one. 9/10
4. Hang On-Seether: A good track, but not as good as some yet to come. 7.9/10
5. Learn The Hard Way-Nickelback: While not their best song, This one is nice and hard with good work by Lead Chad Kroger. 8/10
6. The Man Without Fear-Drowning Pool Feat. Rob Zombie: Probably the catchiest track on here with a chorus that won't get out of your head (of course that could be a bad thing if you don't like repitition)for a while. Drowning Pool is good as usual and Zombie is awesome. D.P. is also on the trailer for DAREDEVIL with their song LET THE BODIES HIT THE FLOOR. 9.5/10
7.Right Now-Nappy Roots Feat. Marcos Curiel of P.O.D.
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Format: Audio CD
It's people like you who buy regurgitated crap like this that make me sick. I don't want to lie and say I listened to the cd, because that would even be a bigger waste of my time than writing this review. I'll go straight to the point with this one. There is only one band on this entire album you should even remotely care about and I don't see any of you degenerates as little as saying a word about them. Purchase "After The Eulogy" from Boy Sets Fire and you'll get a progressive, intricate, masterpiece. Purchase "Daredevil: The Album" and you're getting a repetitive, ear piercing ensemble; frankly I am repulsed by it. If you bought this album already, whether you agree with me or not I came up with a few uses for your cd.
1. Use as a flying disc - Not quite as aerodynamic as a frisbee, yet looks much cooler!
2. Insert in microwave - You'll get more entertainment watching it spark than all the time you spend listening to this combined
3. Bookmark - Actually... i'm sure none of you read...
4. Deadly Weapon - While i'd never promote violence, at this point you're desperate for entertainment. Try this one out on your friends before your family members though, just in case it really is deadly.
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