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Heavy Metal 2000 (D

Frédéric Talgorn Audio CD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
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1. F. A. K. K. U - F. A. K. K. U
2. Silver Future - Monster Magnet
3. Missing Time - MDFMK
4. Immortally Insane - Pantera
5. Inside The Pervert Mound - Zilch
6. Dirt Ball - Insane Clown Posse
7. Storaged - System Of A Down
8. Rough Day - Days Of The New
9. Psychosexy - Sinisstar
10. Infinity - Queens Of The Stone Age
11. Alcoholocaust - Machine Head
12. Green Iron Fist - Full Devil Jacket
13. Hit Back - Hate Dept.
14. Tirale - Puya
15. Dystopia - Apartment 26
16. Buried Alive - Billy Idol
17. Wishes - Coal Chamber
18. The Dog's A Vapour - Bauhaus

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ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK Heavy Metal 2000 (2000 US 18-track 2-CD set featuring music from the movie including material from Moster Magnet Pantera Queens Of The Stoange Billy Idol Bauhaus and more the 2nd disc features Hyper CD Technology housed in a tri-fold digipak picture sleeve which has been boldly AUTOGRAPHED by American actress & model Julie Strain on the front in black marker pen - Julie played the main character in the movie)
** Complete With Certificate Of Authenticity **

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5.0 out of 5 stars Worthy of the name Heavy Metal! Dec 6 2001
Format:Audio CD
I am not a metal music fan, not normally. The cast for Heavy Metal 2000 is what got me to watch the movie. Billy Idol's "Buried Alive" got me to buy the CD. I couldn't stop listening to the CD once it arrived. If you aren't into heavy metal music then this is the CD for you! You get eveything from the heavy metal spectrum: from unintelligable screaming (Puya's "Tirale") to reflective and slightly psychodelic (Bauhaus' "The Dog's A Vapour). This CD is not tame but the music is very well done and the songs are inventive. I especially like "Inside The Pervert Mound" by Ziltch. This is the kind of music you play when you're driving and don't care how many cops are chasing you. 18 songs and I only skip three of them, damn good for a soundtrack! And Billy Idol continues to hold center stage! A worthy companion to the original Heavy Metal soundtrack.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of my most played soundtracks Oct. 24 2001
Format:Audio CD
Heavy Metal 2000 is probably one of the best soundtracks I have ever purchased in my life. It has a good variety of modern metal. You have grunge-metal (Full Devil Jacket, Monster Magnet) techno-metal (MDFMK, Apartment 26) full on heavy metal (Pantera, Machine Head) and many others in between. Most soundtracks I find myself having to skip over a bunch of tracks just to get to the few I do like, but I like just about every song on this CD. Time for the run-down:
1. F.A.K.K. U - Ok, sorry, I just don't listen to this. Kinda dumb. 1/5
2. Monster Magnet - Silver Future - Probably my favorite song on this soundtrack. Different from a lot of their newer stuff. Great lyrics and a just overall powerful song. 5/5
3. MDFMK - Missing Time - I liked them better when they were referred to as KMFDM, but this track is surprisingly good and different from most of the stuff on here. 4/5
4. Pantera - Immortally Insane - It's definetly a Pantera song. Fans who like their heaviest stuff will probably love this song. Fits the movie really well. 5/5
5. Zilch - Inside the Pervert Mound - One of the tracks that I just don't like. Doesn't do much for me. 1/5
6. Insane Clown Posse - Dirtball - The WORST group on this CD. 1/5
7. System of a Down - Storaged - Short but sweet. This song was taken from the Sugar EP which is now out of print, so diehard SOAD fans should track this song down. 5/5
8. Days of the New - Rough Day - To be honest, I didn't like their first CD, but the new stuff is pretty good. More than just your typical grunge. 4/5
9. Sinisstar - Psychosexy - One of Fred Durst's new bands. Actually pretty good and different than most bands out there. A very punk-ish track. 4/5
10. Queens of the Stone Age - Infinity - Heavier than most of their stuff.
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5.0 out of 5 stars THE BEST SOUNDTRACK EVER! May 20 2001
Format:Audio CD
When I heard there was a new Heavy Metal movie coming out, I was more excited about the music than I was about the movie. As soon as I heard who all was on the soundtrack, it was like a [really good] dream come true. The best song is undoubtedly Pantera's "Immortally Insane", which is also one of the best songs they've ever written. The other great songs are by Monster Magnet, MDFMK, Machine Head, Days of the New, System of a Down, Billy Idol, Queens of the Stone Age, and yes, even the Insane Clown Posse. Unlike every other soundtrack, there is no filler, every song is fantastic and epic sounding, it's just too bad the new movie isn't as good as the soundtrack.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Loud. VERY loud. March 20 2001
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
If it's at all possible, the soundtrack to HEAVY METAL 2000 is even louder and nastier than its two-decade-old precedant, so much so that it will leave your ears ringing and melt your speakers. This certainly doesn't disappoint, and anyone who adores loud, loud, LOUD music to thrash your hair around to and make the neighbors move will be in heaven (or hell, whichever term they personally prefer to use). Your parents are guaranteed to hate this collection with a screaming passion, and it will also upset your pets. Now with all that aside, there *is* a problem here: the first album was smart enough to balance out the loud numbers with soft touches, such as Donald Fagan's lovely contribution. Without this ingredient, the album has no balance and slows down only in its final track. As a result the songs can sound monotonous, especially on the first listening, and give the impression that they are a lot less original individually than they really are. Having said that, you'll also be relieved to hear that there's no DEVO on this one (I always hated them)! My other gripe has to do with the fact that both movies' original scores have yet to see the light of CD day, and that's a shame because they are both spectacular. As for the one HEAVY METAL 2000 album currently available, it is very much worth having and a highly enjoyable collection---but I warn you. Take this one in small doses. Very small. Otherwise, unless you're at a party where the mood needs to be set on fast forward, it will sound like sheer white noise.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Untitled Feb. 6 2001
By bugger
Format:Audio CD
This soundtrack is well worth the money you're paying. Hell, MDFMK's 'Missing Time' is well worth the money by itself. There are a lot of really good songs on the album, but that one stands out the most. As with any soundtrack, though, you get your duds, and there are a few weak tracks on the album. That's ok, though, the album's still worth the buy.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Wicked Twisted Metal
Overall, this CD is one of the best soundtracks I've ever bought. Most of the music on this CD sounds like either Godsmack or Pantera, slow, good, hard, angry rock. 1) F.A.K.K. Read more
Published on Oct. 5 2000 by "thegun_slinger"
4.0 out of 5 stars Infect Yer Speakers!
i'd like to say at the outset, that of the eighteen bands represented on this disc, there is only one of which do i own an album. Read more
Published on Sept. 13 2000 by kirkesque
3.0 out of 5 stars Not too shabby
Overall it's a pretty decent CD. To be honest, I really only listen to about 40% of it, but that part is absolutely fabulous! Read more
Published on June 26 2000 by Laugh Seriously
5.0 out of 5 stars And I Thought the Scream 3 Soundtrack Was Good
Wow, just after I was hit with the soundtrack for Scream 3 came this. This CD starts out with an odd untitled song from a band called F.A.K.K.U., which is pretty bad. Read more
Published on May 29 2000 by Amir Tajakin
1.0 out of 5 stars A shame to the Heavy Metal name
Well, I bought this CD the day it came out, and already I have gotten rid of it. I had been anxiously waiting for the Heavy Metal sequel and its soundtrack for years, and was... Read more
Published on May 19 2000 by Rodney Schwartznegerwitz
5.0 out of 5 stars Why did this get such a low review?
This is one of the best soundtracks that I have. The soundtrack starts out with a short 1:44 long song called F.A.K.K U, which isn't too bad. Read more
Published on May 16 2000
5.0 out of 5 stars The soundtrack lives up to it's name.
The original, while loved by many fans, just didn't live up to the name, HEAVY METAL (I mean, stevie nicks? Read more
Published on May 14 2000 by A. Estes
4.0 out of 5 stars Well................?
To be honest, you really can't beat the 1981 soundtrack to the first "Heavy Metal" but i can't wait for "HM2000" to come out though. Read more
Published on May 12 2000 by exodusone
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