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.