...what is Unkle Cracker doing on here, and why does Kid Rock have to meddle in just about everything? (it was bad enough he butchered Metallica's "Sad But True"). Speaking of Metallica, I really wish James and Lars would have written a song a lot heavier (by the way, this isn't their first time on a soundtrack, check out the Spawn soundtrack for a remix of "For Whom the Bell Tolls"), but besides these minor gripes, this album is pretty sweet. Limp Bizkit offers their version of the Mission: Impossible theme song, and I am no fan of theirs, but they do a good job. Rob Zombie's first new song in two years is pretty good too, and the team up of the Foo Fighters and legendary Queen guitarist Brian May doing Pink Floyd's "Have a Cigar" is pretty good too. The songs by Chris Cornell, Godsmack, Buckcherry, Karma, and Apartment 26 are pretty good as well. All in all, it's a pretty good soundtrack, but nowhere near the best (Heavy Metal 2000).