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The Crow: City of Angels Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 19 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • ASIN: B000000OFB
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,782 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Gold Dust Woman - Hole
2. I'm Your Boogieman - White Zombie
3. Jurassitol - Filter
4. Naked Cousin - PJ Harvey
5. In A Lonely Place - Bush
6. Tonite Is A Special Nite (Kaos Mass Confusion Mix) - Tricky Vs. The Gravediggaz
7. Shelf Life - Seven Mary Three
8. Knock Me Out - Linda Perry
9. Paper Dress - Toadies
10. Spit - NY Loose
11. Sean Olson - Korn
12. Teething - Deftones
13. I Wanna Be Your Dog (Live) - Iggy Pop
14. Lil' Boots - Pet
15. City Of Angels - Above The Law

Product Description

Crow ~ The Crow: City Of Angels - Orig

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham on June 13 2002
Format: Audio CD
An eclectic mix of artists is what make up the lineup for The Crow: City of Angels soundtrack, but those looking for the same type of remorseful, atmosphere driven songs that made up the first soundtrack will find a testosterone driven mix of songs here. Hole covers Fleetwood Mac's "Gold Dust Woman" and the cover is surprisingly good and makes Hole actually sound like a talented band. White Zombie offers a cover of KC & The Sunshine Band's "I'm Your Boogieman", one of WZ's last tracks recorded before their breakup. Filter's pre-"Title of Record" song "Jurassitol" is solid, and proof the band once actually rocked. Bush's rather depressing "In a Lonely Place" sounds like a throw away track, and Iggy Pop (who was also in the film) offers a live version of "I Wanna Be Your Dog" which adds a nice edge to the album. Korn and the Deftones offer "Sean Olsen" and "Teething" respectively, both of whom making appearences here before they got big, although I found Korn's song rather repetitive. However, Tricky & The Gravediggaz "Tonite is a Special Night" and Above the Law & Frost's "City of Angels" seem so out of place its not even funny. All in all, the good pretty much outweighs the bad, and at least its better than The Crow: Salvation soundtrack.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Poor Napoleon on June 11 2001
Format: Audio CD
When the first crow soundtrack was released, it was very successful because of the tone of the piece and the true sincerity of the artists involved. Full of a few heavy hitting artists, but mostly obscure artists, the soundtrack worked because the songs reflected the mood of the film very well and even dug deeper than the movie with the use of the Cure and Joy Division as reference points to the comic book.
Well, maybe this soundtrack does reflect of the mood of the film. Some of it sounds pretty slick (PJ Harvey and Tricky,for example) on the surface, but overall it's loud, confusing, uninspired, and totally uncalled for. Goldust Woman was an excuse for Hole to perform, a band savored only for their writing, reduced to doing a cover song because Courtney can't come up with anything on her own (sorry). Much of the album is uneven moving from the etheral cover of New Order's In A Lonely Place to metal rock pounding tracks from White Zombie and the Deftones to some misguided hip hop with Above the Law. While some of that does well to create atmosphere for the urban setting of the Crow, it doesn't hold a mood together well. Above the Law's track City of Angels is loud and quickly forgettable. On the first soundtrack, the final track was Jane Siberry's It Can't Rain All the Time, a haunting track that really gives the listener a feeling after seeing the film.
Much of the rest of the soundtrack is filled with recognizable names effortlessly, apathetically placing their songs in the mix. Like the film Crow: City of Angels, the soundtrack lacks any heart the first one had. The first had a very dark, simplistic, haunting look to it. The music was similar - immediately making listeners think of elements of the film and the story behind the film. This, like so many soundtracks, makes you think of nothing. And if nothing's what you want, then this soundtrack and the accompanying film should suit you fine.
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By Kolors on Sept. 12 2001
Format: Audio CD
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.
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By A Customer on March 9 1999
Format: Audio CD
I've got so many soundtracks, such as Titanic, City of Angels, Days of Thunder, D2 : The Mighty Ducks, Twister, The Faculty, Batman Forever, Batman & Robin, and others. A lot of these soundtracks are very good, but they don't compare to The Crow : City of Angels. I've had this soundtrack for quite some time and even though I still buy other soundtracks I just can't get bored of this one. Hole, Bush, and Deftones have some good songs on there. Though the reason why I keep listening is because of "I'm Your Boogieman" by White Zombie, "Jurassitol" by Filter, "Sean Olson" by Korn, and "I Wanna Be Your Dog (live)" by Iggy Pop. These songs are the reason why I never get bored with it. If your a hard rock fan like myself then this soundtrack is perfect for you.
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Format: Audio CD
The soundtrack to _The Crow: City of Angels_ has some excellent tracks on it that should appeal to alternative and rock fans. Filter's "Jurassitol" is excellent. Even though I'm not a fan of Hole or White Zombie, "Gold Dust Woman" and "I'm Your Boogieman" are quality songs. PJ Harvey's "Naked Cousin" and Seven Mary Three's "Shelf Life" are decent tunes, as well. The rest of this album, though, is mediocre. Tunes by Deftones, Bush, and Korn will garner some enjoyment by fans of those bands, but all sound like they were left in the b-side vault for good reason. It's not that this is a bad soundtrack, it's just that a lot of the remaining songs sound so generic.
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