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Dracula 2000: Music From The D


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  • Audio CD (Jan. 12 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • Run Time: 99 minutes
  • ASIN: B000053EZN
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #123,846 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Ultra Mega - Powerman 5000
2. A Welcome Burden - Disturbed
3. Bloodline - Slayer
4. Metro - System Of A Down
5. Heads Explode - Monster Magnet
6. Break You Down - Godhead
7. One Step Closer - Linkin Park
8. Avoid The Light - Pantera
9. Ostego Undead - Static-X
10. Swan Dive - (hed)p.e.
11. Day By Day - Taproot
12. Malice - Endo
13. Blind World - Flybanger
14. Sober - Half Cocked
15. Your Disease - Saliva

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Format: Audio CD
If you want some great, unreleased/new tracks by some great bands, then look no further. Most soundtracks that offer new tracks by bands are backed with 15 or so songs that were rightfully not included on the bands' albums. But Dracula is a high-quality exception.
1. Powerman 5000 - Ultra Mega : I'm kind of tired of these guys, the same formulatic stuff, bad start to a good soundtrack. 2/5
2. Disturbed - A Welcome Burden : One of Disturbed's best songs, I can't quite understand why this wasn't included on The Sickness. 5/5
3. Slayer - Bloodline : This track was recorded specifically for this soundtrack, and it is awesome. Sort of mellow and toned down for a Slayer tune, but still aggressive. Definetly one of the top 3 songs on this CD. 5/5
4. System of a Down - The Metro : This is the song I initially bought the album for. In the same vein as their cover of Black Sabbath's "Snowblind," their cover of Berlin's "Metro" is twisted into their own style and brimming with bold energy. 5/5
5. Monster Magnet - Heads Explode : A decent song, more original and interesting than their previous work. 3/5
6. Godhead & Manson - Break you Down : Wanna-be goths still trying to scare your parents. 1/5
7. Linkin Park - One Step Closer : I think we all have enough copies of this song. But it's still a good track none-the-less. 5/5
8. Pantera - Avoid the Light : One of those special moments of the soundtrack. Pantera deliver an 8 minute showcase of what they are capable of. Going from emotionally mellow to aggressively brutal. If there was a song to define Pantera, this would be it. 5/5
9. Static-X - Ostego Undead : Too repetitive. Get's boring after a minute and a half. 2/5
10. (hed)p.e.
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This is a great soundtrack. one of the best out there today. With awesome tracks from Disturbed, Pantera, PM5K, Slayer, (hed)pe it's hard not to like it. This soundtrack sticks out particularily because not only does it have nu-metal (linkin park,saliva)It also has great legendary metal bands (slayer, Pantera)I highly reccommend this. Also great tracks from up and comers such as flybanger and endo. Hopefully Endo will get the respect they deserve at Ozzfest this year. Skip over Half- [...] and Saliva and you Have an awesome collection. Only problem : No Slipknot, Korn or Metallica.
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By YOYO on Dec 24 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is a great heavy metal soundtrack! If you like the bands on here you'll love the CD.
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While I was not at all impressed with the movie "Dracula 2000", this soundtrack blew me away! Every song on this album is a standout, but if I had to pick a favorite it would probably be Saliva's "Your Disease" (I don't own their album, as I have heard only one of their other songs). From Powerman 5000's "Ultra Mega" to the aformentioned Saliva track, this an outstanding soundtrack. Other popular name standouts include Pantera's "Avoid the Light", System of a Down's "Metro" (which was also featured in "Not Another Teen Movie"), and Godhead's "Break You Down" f/ Marilyn Manson (I love this song, as I have seen both bands in concert!). If you do not yet own this album, go out and buy it now, it is a must for any metal fan!
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By G. C JONES on July 7 2002
Format: Audio CD
I would give it 4 stars, but System of a Down are so great
that it gets 5. They cover Berlin's "Metro" and it sounds oh so
different. Also Pantera have a good song, much more interesting
than a lot of their last album. And I like some of the songs on the
2nd half, say Hed PE and Taproot.
Downsides: Powerman 5000, Static-X each contribute a worthless
song, and Linkin Park and Saliva shouldn't have been included
since they're all over the radio anyway. And I hate the monster
magnet song (hit "back" and go back to system of a down).
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I like vampire music too but.. uhm, this isn't a vampire mix.. it's a SOUND TRACK. Since there was so much variety to what I'll admit was an HORRIBLE movie, constant vampire music would not corrispond to the scenes. It wasn't a real dark movie like interview with the vampire.. I remember it being a lot of action.. and as i said, the vampire music wouldn't corrispond. If you're looking for vampire music, it's true, this isn't what you want, it's just a great mix of music ;)
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By A Customer on May 13 2002
Format: Audio CD
For a soundtrack, this is the 2nd best mix of music I've heard.. best, reigning supreme, is the Resident Evil sound track.. ... . It woulda been better if it had some Soil or Dope in it.. but so far I've only heard them in Vin Deisel movies.. anyways, kinda drifting here, mostly upbeat stuff.. some songs have substance, others are more energy than anything else.. as I said, I've heard worse.
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By Mental Concept on March 16 2002
Format: Audio CD
Well, 'Dracula 2000' is not what I would call a best of metal type soundtrack, but this one is all right. The first half of the album is actually worth listening to, but I can't say the same for the rest of the album. For all those who don't listen to some decent music, here is a rundown of the tracks:
1. Powerman 5000-"Ultra Mega" 3/5
A typical Powerman 5000 song, no real surprises here.
2. Disturbed-"A Welcome Burden" 5/5
Surprisingly good. I guess I shouldn't have written Disturbed off as an MTV junkie.
3. Slayer-"Bloodline" 5/5
Particularly slow, and somewhat mellow for a Slayer song, but great none the less. Third best on the album.
4. System of a Down-"The Metro" 5/5
Amazing, I have got to say that I am amazed by how great the cover of the classic track is. The second best on the album.
5. Monster Magnet-"Heads Explode" 4/5
Very good. Not such a masterpiece as it is a song that is just there for a quick jolt of fun.
6. Godhead (featuring Marilyn Manson)-"Break You Down" 3/5
The first lyrics of this song really catch you attention ("I've got a gun in my hand, and I feel like a man, I'm the pope of my generation...") but sadly trail off as the song progresses.
7. Linkin Park-"One Step Closer" 2/5
O.K. for a band that stinks as bad as Linkin Park.
8. Pantera-"Avoid The Light" 5/5
The best track on the album. Actually, one of Pantera's strongest songs. I love it, great riffing, and great lyrics.
9. Static-X-"Ostego Undead" 3/5
Not one of Static-X's best song, but pretty good none the less. Pretty repetative as well.
10. (hed) Plante Earth-"Swan Dive" 5/5
A really great song that is just too messed up to describe.
11. Taproot-"Day By Day" 3/5
Unoriginal nu-metal. Catchy, but worthless.
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