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Spider-Man 2 Music From And Compilation, Enhanced, Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Feb. 20 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Compilation, Enhanced, Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony Imports
  • Run Time: 127 minutes
  • ASIN: B00027JZ20
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #91,534 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Vindicated - Dashboard Confessional
2. Ordinary - Train
3. Did You - Hoobastank
4. Hold On - Jet
5. Gifts And Curses - Yellowcard
6. Woman - Maroon 5
7. This Photograph Is Proof (I Know You Know) - Taking Back Sunday
8. Give It Up - Midtown
9. Lucky You - lostprophets
10. Who I Am - Smile Empty Soul
11. The Night That The Lights Went Out In NYC - The Ataris
12. We Are - Ana
13. Someone To Die For - Jimmy Gnecco featuring Brian May
14. Spidey Suite - Danny Elfman
15. Doc Ock Suite - Danny Elfman

Product Description

Exclusive Australian pressing of 2004 soundtrack includes two additional tracks over the US version, Switchfoot 'Meant to Live' and an Australian exclusive track, Killing Heidi 'I Am'. 17 tracks in total. Sony. 2004. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By capnshwank on July 16 2004
Format: Audio CD
Dashboard Confessionals - wonderful (not quite screaming infidelities, or bitter pill, but. OK). Hoobastank - It's no "the reason" single, but OK. Maroon 5, Yellowcard, Lostprophets - let me give you a "Good Effort". But...
Jimmy Gnecco (?) featuring Brian May - Someone to Die For. That is a song that sets this soundtrack apart. You cannot ask for a more hypnotic track that sucks you in and makes you pray for Freddie Mercury to jump up, dust himself off and scream Momma-mia, let me go. The riffs in this song are so a-la the best of queen it makes the rest of the album bite the dust. Sure, it's a little slow, maybe sappy, and yes - the piano does make you think Randy Newman is doing another Disney feel-good "You Got a Friend in Me" theme song, but then Brian May gives his best Flash Gordon riff and gives the tune utter power balled credibility.
The soundtrack as a whole - 6 out of 10 and that's being generous. Throw in some Franz Ferdinand and Modest Mouse and you jack that score up to a 9, or even "NOW! That's what I Call Music 32" status.
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Format: Audio CD
After seeing the first film, I fell in love with the song "Hero" from Nicelback and immediately bought the soundtrack to the first movie. Buying a CD just for one song isn't too bright, but I ended up loving all of the other music even more than "Hero".
When I saw Spider-man 2, I fell for Dashboard Confessional's "Vindicated", but this time I actually listened to some of the other tracks before I bought the CD, and I love it even more than the first. Whereas the first soundtrack was more grunge-y hard rock, the second is more "emo", still with a lot of rock but with a few softer tracks. The changes that took place from the first to the second film are the same changes that take place in the soundtracks. There are also a few recently popular artists on this CD, like Train, JET, and Maroon 5, but the underlying tones in the music are the same. The last two tracks ("Spidey Suite" and "Doc Ock" suite) from the score are great too, tweaked from the original versions but with a similar sound.
Overall, the soundtrack is great. If you love the movie and you love the first soundtrack, you are guaranteed to love this one. There are so many great tracks, you're sure to find some you'll play over and over.
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Format: Audio CD
I picked up this CD solely for D/C's new single and was instantly addicted. Every song on the album - er, except Maroon 5 - rocks and is both inspring and an enjoyable, moving listen.
The best tracks on the CD are...
1. Vindicated - Dashboard Confessional
Wow. Chris Carabba with D/C backing him up is fantastic, as always. I love Dashboard Confessional and I think is one of the most honest songs about human nature.

3. Did You - Hoobastank
A great track by another awesome band about losing who you really are.
4. Hold On - Jet
Wow. Jet is not afraid to leave their macho roots and sing about putting up a front because your true self ashames you. Good song about how people pretend to be something they're not.

5. Gifts And Curses - Yellowcard
Yellowcard rocks. They are simply one the best and most unique emo-bands out there and this song shows them off at their best.

7. This Photograph Is Proof (I Know You Know) - Taking Back Sunday
Never really been into Taking Back Sunday. They are a strong emo band, very good, just not my style of music. But this track rocks and provides a good preview for their upcoming CD (be sure to buy it, it looks fantastic)

The next few tracks also rock...
8. Give It Up - Midtown
9. Lucky You - lostprophets
10. Who I Am - Smile Empty Soul
11. The Night That The Lights Went Out In NYC - The Ataris
The rest of the CD is solid, just not my style. Most of the songs are on the same theme - losing yourself and trying to run from who you really are; sacrificing for love; etc. Very quality music at times from bands you would not expect to bare their souls in such a way. WOW.
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By Beardyjin on July 11 2004
Format: Audio CD
So what is it that makes a good soundtrack album a good soundtrack album? Well, for me, the most important thing is cohesion. I ask myself: does the album work as a whole, does one song flow into the next while maintaining the feel of the movie, and perhaps even enhancing the movie going experience? In the case of the Spider-Man 2 soundtrack the answer is YES!
Usually I don't go for the kind of slick "Matchbox 20 rock," this album is chock-full of, but ultimately it won me over completely. Heck, I even like the TRAIN song on this album, and I hate TRAIN! But on this album their song works. A mellowed out tune by JET works, even neo-punk-meisters Yellowcard works. Even the guitar work of the mighty Brian May of Queen works in adding a tinge of eighties arena rock goodness.
Like the film, the soundtrack carries tones of meloncholic isolation that give way to an uplifiting acceptance. The final two instrumental tracks from the original score album by Danny Elfman are excellent cappers and send you soaring right back into the film. I highly recommend this album for not only fans of the movie, but for those who like to just hear a good album, one that carries a theme and works as a whole--one that will be on repeat in your CD player for a long time to come.
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