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Scream 3 [Import]

Marco Beltrami Audio CD
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1. What If - Creed
2. Wait And Bleed - Slipknot
3. Suffocate - Finger Eleven
4. Spiders - System Of A Down
5. Automatic - American Pearl
6. Fall - Sevendust
7. Time Bomb - Godsmack
8. Tyler's Song - Coal Chamber
9. So Real - Static-X
10. Crowded Elevator - Incubus
11. Debonaire - Dope
12. Sunburn - Fuel
13. Get On, Get Off - Powerman 5000
14. Wanna' Be Martyr - Full Devil Jacket
15. Dissention - Orgy
16. Crawl - Staind
17. Click Click - Ear2000
18. Is This The End - Creed

Product Description


Wes Craven's Scream trilogy ends with a soundtrack meant to accompany the apocalypse. With the band Creed serving as executive producers of this set, the emphasis is solidly on the sludgiest, most testosterone-driven rock possible. The lineup is a virtual who's who of the millennium's metal brigade (whether they 'fess up and call it that anymore or not). While "What If" is featured on Creed's 1999 album, Human Clay, the relatively subdued "Is This the End" was recorded specifically for the film. Additionally, Incubus, Sevendust, Powerman 5000, and other loud rock contenders contribute new tracks to the cause. It's an all-for-one approach. You'll either find this unrelenting assault of sullen, moody lyrics, hyperdistorted guitars and histrionic vocalists the perfect adrenaline rush to Craven's world of horror; or you'll scratch your head wondering how so many differently titled bands can arrive at the same sound. --Rob O'Connor

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CREED/VARIOUS Scream 3 (2000 US 18-track limited edition issue movie soundtrack CD includes the Creed songs What If & Is This The End plus includes tracks by Slipknot Godsmack Incubus Staind System Of A Down and more - this was also produced by Creed. Comes complete with a booklet and limited lenticular picture sleeve)

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1.0 out of 5 stars This tripe doesn't deserve even one star. Feb. 18 2004
Format:Audio CD
A friend of mine loaned me this cd because he'd noticed I have the first one. He assured me that it was 'even doper than the original'. The hideous slang should have been my first warning.
This is a compilation of the boring, faux-angst garbage that today's teenagers seem obsessed with. Insipid nu-metal garbage packaged and re-packaged by bands that sound exactly the same. A thriller movie's soundtrack should not inspire retching. It does, in fact, manage to be even worse than the second soundtrack, a feat that in 1997 I thought impossible.
I would recommend the original Scream soundtrack. It contains wonderful songs by Julee Cruise, Moby, Marco Beltrami, and the classic 'Red Right Hand' by Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds. Or for some music with a REAL edge, check out Nick Cave's earlier work in The Birthday Party. Leave this banal offering for the bargain bins and children.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good for a soundtrack Dec 27 2003
Format:Audio CD
Even though some tracks are previously released, this soundtrack kind of got me! First of all its Creed, secondly there are bands like : Godsmack, Powerman 5000 and Slipknot.
Some songs just simply sucks. When I first bought the soundtrack i was very confused whether to open it or just return it. But then i listened to it and it wasn't that bad.
Simply burn it if you can.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great SOundtrack June 14 2003
Format:Audio CD
this is an awesome sountrack. I especially like Spiders by System of a Down, Wait and Blled by Slipknot, and Crowded Elevator by Incubus. I highly reccomend this CD.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best soundtrack ever! June 6 2003
By Da2then
Format:Audio CD
This awesome nu metal sountrack is probably the best soundtrack of all time.I am very satisfied with it,and you will be too if you buy it.Just about every song is good,and you will probably listein to this album thousands(or even millions)of times like I have.My personal favorite songs on this soundtrack?I can't decide!Too many of them are awesome.Don't overlook this soundtrack because its a must own.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Third Time's The Charm Feb. 1 2003
By RyTunes
Format:Audio CD
I rate a lot of CD's high I know. But SCREAM 3 deserves it. First and foremost, "Suffocate" by Finger Eleven. That sells the CD right there, amazing hard rock song. Incubus "Crowded Elevator", Sevendust "Fall", Creed "Is This The End" and "What If", System "Spiders", Fuel "Sunburn", Orgy "Dissention" (one of the original reasons I bought the album), Staind "Crawl", all essential tracks that just plain already make this a great rock album. That's not the only good stuff on here. American Pearl "Automatic" is a surprisingly good song, Slipknot "Wait And Bleed", even Static X "So Real" isn't that bad. Dope "Debonaire" is on the edge, but still leans toward being a pretty good song. "Tyler's Song" by Coal Chamber's not bad, although I am not a CC fan. The rest is eh, but that's not many "eh" songs. Good stuff.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Man, this is the best rock/metal collection EVER! June 14 2002
Format:Audio CD
Man, you gotta get this rock/metal collection! Yes... this is Scream 3 soundtrack after all... but to me it's more than a collection of the best rock/metal songs from 1999/2000 than a soundtrack. This album contains quality, from known bands, such like Creed, SlipKnoT, Figner Eleven, S.O.A.D, Staind, Fuel, Incubus etc... how can this be any bad with these kind of bands?
The album starts with Creed's "What If"... an excellent way to open the album, awesome song as well. there's another song by Creed here, a brand new song "Is This The End", which is in my opinion, the best Creed song ever. the other highlights on this album are: the first 9 songs, track 12 ("Sunburn" by Fuel), track 16 ("Crawl" by Staind) and of course, the almost epic "Is This The End". you gotta put this cd in your collection, this is the best soundtrack ever!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great, considering it's produced by creed. April 18 2002
Format:Audio CD
As you know creed are the executive producers of this soundtrack. There one of those love em,hate em to the fullest
extent bands, but still that doesent make this a bad soundtrack.
Plus it's a fairly lenghty cd indeed,18 songs,74 minutes of
music I beleive. First off you get into what if,wait and bleed,
and finger eleven's suffocate.There are some very noteible songs
on here like sevendust's fall, great hard rockin tune. The nice
smooth rock song sunburn by fuel. And the hard rockin tune
crawl by staind. And of course the really great song Is this the
end by creed.
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3.0 out of 5 stars OK, but only for rock fans March 27 2002
Format:Audio CD
Unlike the genre mixing soundtracks of the first two "Scream" films, this third one is just filled with mainly hard rock tunes. Most are good, the best being "What If" by Creed and "Spiders" by System of a Down. The only problem is that all the songs basically sound like each other and they are edited, which is so stupid. Another problem are the horrible "So Real" by Static-X and "Click Click" by Ear2000.
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