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.