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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
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #39,259 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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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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By helene on Feb. 25 2003
Format: Audio CD
OK so I bought this mainly for the evanescence song. Bring me to life. On the cd was another excellent (but really slower) song by the same band. 2 1/2 of my 3 stars are awarded because they really made me discover (and appreciate) this new talent.
as for the other songs, well,the calling, nappy roots and moby are BAD. Fuel's song is good and autopilot off's raise your rifles was greatly surprising. well-known bands were deceiving (saliva, seether, nickelback, chevelle, hoobastank, finger eleven and 12 stones), we know they can do much better. and lesser known bands (except evanescence and autopilot off) were not so great discoveries. I had waited for this cd with great expectations, bought it as soon as I could and it deceived me a lot.
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By Specter on Feb. 15 2003
Format: Audio CD
What began as an almost bearable movie became ridiculously disgusting once the meat of the soundtrack started to spin. The popular "artists and bands," all of whom merely sound like their inspirations--with different lyrics and barely noticeable changes to melody--provided a touch too much "mainstream" for the taste of the experienced music appreciateur. Sure, there were lots of good heavy tracks - good in the sense that they're full of distortion and display an abhorrent lack of musical/lyrical talent. Where's the unique sound? Where's the talent? A song by one of the industrial or rock gods would've made this soundtrack weatherable. Heck, even the movie xXx had some good ol' Rammstein to keep the sound original. This had plenty of ambience, with the addition of Moby, etc... but this ambience = beat mix/loops right off the shelf. Where's the taste in that? This soundtrack is disgraceful - not only to what could have been an almost decent movie, but to the industry of music as a whole. This CD goes on our "Garbage Hall of Shame" list...
Final Rating: All thumbs down
Specter
S.Labs Div., Kwantum Leap Music Technologies
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Format: Audio CD
Let's start with a little background. I'm a huge Daredevil and Marvel Comics fan. Basically? I'm a Marvel Zombie. To say the least, I had a particular idea of what a Daredevil soundtrack should be like. Unlike Spidey, this cd didn't disappoint.
1. Fuel - Won't Back Down (9/10): Strong opening track, that was clearly written for the movie, by the lead guitarist Carl Bell.
2. The Calling - For You (10/10): Written by the lead vocalist and lead guitarist, this is a fantastic, beautifully sung song that has all kinds of movie references. This is what Spidey's 'Hero' TRIED to be.
3. Saliva - Bleed For Me (9/10): Strong track written by Josey Scott that, again, ties in with the movie. One point off for slight repetitiveness.
4. Seether - Hang On (9/10): Another strong track, cowritten by bass guiterist Dale Stewert. One point off for slight repetitiveness.
5. Nickleback - Leard the Hard Way (6/10): The first disappointment. It has nothing to do with the movie, and I'm not a fan of Nickleback. Still a decent song.
6. Drowning Pool & Rob Zombie - Man Without Fear (8/10): Fun track by the vocal god himself. It's obviously for the movie, with some fun lyrics, but is pretty repetitive.
7. Nappy Roots - Right Now (0/10): I hate this song. It's rap, with no correlation with the movie.
8. Moby - Evening Rain (0/10): I am not of fan of Moby, and he's a "love/hate" artist, unfortunately.
9. Evanescence - Bring Me To Life (10/10): I've been a huge Evanescence fan for years, ever since their first indie cd, and seeing them find so much success is wonderful. Buy the DD soundtrack for this song alone if you have doubts, because this is the only place where you can get this version of it with Paul McCoy.
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