However, it does get four stars because of some bad tracks that don't give it the superior metal-soundtrack status, ala Mortal Kombat. I only heard one of the songs on here before (Kick the PA) and being a born-again Filter fan, I loved the artists involved so I bought it. It's really impressive, being heavy without the use (or slight use) of guitars. Most of the tracks have a really atmosphere to them (Familiar is a perfect example) and some are downright spooky. (Long Road out of Hell) Ok, as a Filter fan, "Trip Like I Do" was a really good track. It perfectly opens the soundtrack, with its mix of classic Crystal Method techno and filter's trade mark vocals. "Kick the PA" is one of my favorite Korn songs ever, with Jon's weird vocals and the mix of Korn's music with a recycled beat. One of the better ones on here. "Familiar" is my favorite song on here, and it rules because of its atmosphere. It sounds so weird (from its sampled piano in the beginning, to the low, almost growling via Brandon) and with catchy lyrics, it rules. It only lacks because it's mostly techno driven, but there are a few sparse Incubus trademarks thrown in. There are so many different kind of music in here, it's hard to classify. Some good songs benefit from being mostly techno (Trip Like I Do, No Remorse), while others from being mostly rock (Long Road Out of Hell). Some songs are a little hokey (Satan, Tiny Rubberband) and some go on too long. However, when the songs mix together, this is where Spawn really shines.