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Stealth Soundtrack


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8. Bug Eyes
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10. One Day
11. Different
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13. Aqueous Transmission

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Suprisingly Awesome July 25 2005
By M. Lopez - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Incubus sounds great as ever. Best Song on the album is Cable Car by the Fray. These guys are really talented...They are the next big thing. Two other outstanding tracks were Lost Souls forvever by Kasabian and Bug eyes by Dredge. Highly recomended.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Awesome Aug. 8 2005
By Melinda Hine - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This soundtrack is one of the FEW I have found lately that was not only great, but also hit every song I heard on the movie. No "inspired by" tracks. The only problem I had with it is that a couple of the Incubus tracks seem forced into the movie (like in the credits) and don't fit the subject. That doesn't make them any less great to listen to though. Loved it!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Awesome music July 16 2005
By celtlass - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I must say, being the product of the 70's generation I don't listen to that much music from today's artists. Last thursday I was very fortuate to catch an advance screening of Stealth. The movie was exceptional, and I'm a very critical movie buff. Non-stop action, great plot, and the music was tremendous. Not being familiar with most of the bands, I found myself asking who the heck that was. I enjoyed all of the music in this movie.
10 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Wow, This New Incubus Album Sure Rocks! Wait, What? July 13 2005
By A. Estes - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The soundtrack for the upcoming "Stealth" is yet another classic case of a rock collection that doesn't exactly sync up with the theme of the movie. For starters, the main attraction here is Incubus, as they make four appearances (three of them being new material!), and their material alone doesn't seem to configure with what I've seen from the previews. Nevertheless, if you're a fan of alternative rock, or just Incubus, this eclectic little collection is worth checking into.

I'm a big Incubus fan, so I had to hear the new stuff. Hell, I wasn't even aware they were recording anything new these days. I figured they were on a break! The three new tracks, although not breaking the mold, are a pleasant surprise. You've probably heard "Make A Move" on the radio, and it's standard Incubus. "Admiration" and "Neither Of Us Can See" are a little different than normal, and seem to make less sense with this movie than any of the other songs. Likewise, "Aqueous Transmission," from their 2001 album, "Morning View," is an especially peculiar choice (albeit, an amazing, underrated song). However, Incubus aren't the only ones making worthy contributions. Dredg's new single "Bug Eyes" is nice to hear on here, as the group has hardly had any promotion in the past. The Fray also fight for what is arguably the best song on here (even better than the Incubus material) with "Over My Head (Cable Car)." You might not know these guys yet, but I get the feeling they are gonna be huge soon. I saw them open up for Weezer this past Tuesday, and let me tell you, they had me hooked from the first note. Very interesting, honest, and emotional pop-rock. Trading Yesterday's track, "One Day," was also another pleasant surprise, but one track that doesn't live up to expectations is Institute's "Bullet-Proof Skin." You may not know it, but this is Gavin Rossdale's (ex-Bush) new group, featuring Chris Traynor of Helmet fame on guitar (and Paige Hamilton, also of Helmet, producing). I wasn't a particularily big Bush fan, but the involvement of Hamilton and Traynor had me intrigued. Sadly, this song is a bust. Also, Kasabian's "L.S.F." is just annoying. Sorry, I just don't understand the big hype with these guys. This song sounds like something Fatboy Slim would do. Pass.

So, overall, a great little collection. If you don't get it for the new Incubus tracks, do it just to hear Dredg and The Fray (if you haven't already). It's quite an eclectic mix, there's something for everyone, really. As far as the movie goes? Eh, not really interested. A plane with a brain? As good as this soundtrack is, it doesn't make me wanna see the movie anymore than I did before.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great July 25 2013
By Cora - Published on Amazon.com
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Bought this for my son who has Asperger's and is crazy about the songs in movies he watches over and over ...

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