Korn's track "Sean Olson" on this soundtrack does infact make this compilation buy-worthy. There is also great tracks from Filter, Bush, Deftones and the White Zombie song is so-so, but these are the only 5 songs on this 15 track (clocking in over an hour and 13 minutes) soundtrack that are listen-worthy. Eveything else is pretty gaggy, repetitive, annoying. Hole's cover of "Gold Dust Woman" again leaves Hole with the reputation of having one good song in history ("Doll Parts"). We have utterly annoying tracks from P.J. Harvey, Seven Mary Three, Linda Perry, NY Loose (who...?) and Pet. The Iggy Pop live track sounds like crap, to be quite frank. I think this soundtrack was intended to be a diversified compilation of artists, which it is, but is it a GOOD diversified compilation of artists? Well, without our fellow metal acts such as Korn, Deftones, and White Zombie and alternative rockers Bush and Filter you don't even have an album worth looking for in the used cd bins.