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Dracula 2000: Music From The D

4.1 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

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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 30 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #98,773 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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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
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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I'm not much of a fan of movie soundtracks. It's often extremely difficult to find a compilation of songs which is cohesive and enjoyable in one listen. Dracula 2000 falls in that category of being overall unsatisfying and tepid. The producers put mainly a bunch of new-metal radio hits on there (Linkin Park, Saliva, Disturbed) with a few respectable songs (Slayer, Pantera, Godhead, Monster Magnet). Most of these songs have absolutely NOTHING to do with vampires or horror or anything resembling the movie. Soundtracks like Moulin Rouge create a glammy, sleazy feeling, O' Brother, Where Art Thou? creates a swampy deep-south feeling while The Matrix is purely futuristic and techno. Not saying I like glam or bluegrass but these are perfect counterparts to their movie which they represent. Dracula 2000 has nothing to do with vampires except for two songs. The overall sound (except for a few songs) is like listening to your local alternative rock station, and it doesn't even rock. I'm sure this ranks high among the 13-year old MTV fans who love Linkin Park, but for people who like dark or vampiric music, like myself, this is something to strongly consider buying. Buy it for Slayer and Pantera, not for Linkin Park and Disturbed. The soundtrack matches the movie, and that's not a good thing either.
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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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The great part about this album is that there aren't a bunch of recycled tracks off of all these bands albums (except for Linkin Park and some of the lesser known bands) These are all songs worthy of being on an album and not just known as B sides. UltraMega is classic Powerman 5000 with virtually meaningless lyrics supplemented with a hard driving song. Slayer turns in an impressive song with a great verse guitar riff and Pantera (who I normally don't like) do a good job throwing down a song that varies it's sound a lot through it's 3 minutes. Static X lays down a song that would fit right in on "Wisconsin Death Trip" and Monster Magnet puts out another typical rockin Magnet song. The lesser known bands such as Saliva and Flybanger turn in great rock tunes. Flybanger score with a metal song you can sing along to. Saliva hit with their "Your Disease" which is getting a lot of radio airplay now for a good reason.
This soundtrack has a lot of quality songs on it that rock the whole way through. Bonus that you can't find most of these songs on albums (yet)
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