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The Punisher [Import, Soundtrack]

Carlo Siliotto Audio CD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
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1. Step Up - Drowning Pool
2. Bleed - Puddle Of Mudd
3. Slow Motion - Nickelback
4. Queens of the Stone Age - Never Say Never
5. Seether feat Amy Lee - Broken
6. Smile Empty Soul - Finding Myself
7. Trapt - Lost in a Portrait
8. Chevelle - Still Running
9. Ashes To Ashes - Damageplan
10. Seether - Sold Me
11. Edgewater - Eyes Wired Shut
12. Finger Eleven - Slow Chemical
13. Ben Moody - The End Has Come
14. Strata - Piece By Piece
15. Hatebreed - Bound to Violence
16. Sick - Seven Wiser
17. Complicated - Submersed
18. Time For People - Atomship
19. In Time - Mark Collie

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The Punisher ~ The Punisher

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Soundtrack May 1 2004
By John
Format:Audio CD
One of the best CDs I have purchased. Song by song:
1. Drowning Pool: Step Up- Pretty cool song, even though I
don't like their ways. Gets
you pumped up.
2. Puddle of Mudd: Bleed- Cruddy band, don't listen to this
absolute Nirvana wanna-be CRAP!
3. Nickelback: Slow Motion- Very good song.
4. Queens of the Stone Age: Never Say Never- Crap. Horrible
lyrics! Hehe.
5.Seether feat. Amy Lee: Broken- Better than original version.
(...). (...)
(...).
6. Smile Empty Soul: Finding Myself- Very good. Well-produced.
7. Trapt: Lost in a Portrait- Good song. Would have been very
good, if it had been a little bit
shorter.
8. Chevelle: Still Running- This song is beyond. This is
one of the coolest songs ever.
The best song on this soundtrack
of course. Turn your CD Player up
for this one! AWESOME!
9. Damageplan feat. Jerry Cantrell: Ashes to Ashes- Sort of
Boring. Not bad or good, just decent...
10. Seether: Sold Me- Very cool song... although maybe Amy Lee
should have helped them on this one too.=)
11. Edgewater: Eyes Wired Shut- Great song. Maybe one of the most
well-produced songs ever.
12. Finger Eleven: Slow Chemical- I thought that since this
is Kane's song, it was going to be cruddy...
but turns out to be a good song, although
only after the first verses...
13. BM feat. JM & J"G"J: The End Has Come: Decent.
Bad producing?
14. Strata: Piece by Piece- Strata is my fav. band. Listen to
them! This isn't their best
song by far, but still good.
15. Hatebreed: Bound to Violence- Pretty good music. I don't
like their 'violent' ways, but
you may.
16.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good soundtrack. July 17 2004
By Leslie
Format:Audio CD
I personally really liked the CD. And I had heard of almost every band on the soundtrack prior to it. Of course my personal favorite is Seether & Amy Lee. And your right, although its great, it is no way better than Seether's original version. Other two favorites are Drowning Pool & Smile Empty Soul. I would highly recommend the CD to someone who likes rock music.
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5.0 out of 5 stars great cd July 11 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
cd is great. it has great bands and great songs!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars this album rocks! (pun intended) July 9 2004
Format:Audio CD
every song on this soundtrack is good (for people like me who are coming from pop to rock) I adore it!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Lets Say Decent.... July 9 2004
Format:Audio CD
The CD is good. The variety of different bands is good, I'm liking the Soundtrack. I wouldnt recommend this CD to those that can't get into new bands or stuff that isnt very popular. Most people I know that heard this CD only like it because of artists such as Seether and Amy Lee or Chevelle. I personally prefer Strata's music to all them any day. But... overall the CD is quite good to listen to. I have to agree with those that said that the new version of "Broken" with Amy Lee in it is in NO way as good as the original version... I think she completely ruined the song. You cant hear him at all, its his song, and now it sucks. But, eh, what can you do?
My favorites from the CD have to be Smile Empty Soul, Strata, Ben Moody, Chevelle, Edgewater, and Seven Wiser. All the songs are Rock, hard rock, but nothing really heavy about it. The CD is worth checking out at least.. but definitely not a favorite of mine.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Broken No More... July 8 2004
By Hanna
Format:Audio CD
I'm not crazy about the whole CD, but Seether featuring Amy Lee is one of the most rememerable song off the albumn. the style resembles a blend of Shinedown, 3 Doors Down, and Nickelback, but with Amy in the mix it holds a whole new characteristic to it.
Definetly woth buying just for the one song :) Or you can find it on Seether's new albumn "Disclaimer".
Awesome song!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars cool soundtrack July 7 2004
Format:Audio CD
Drowning Pool "Step Up"- 10/10
Puddle of Mudd-10/10
Nickelback "Slow Motion"- 8.5/10
Queens of the Stone Age "Never Say Never"- 9.5/10
Seether feat. Amy Lee "Broken"- 10/10
Smile Empty Soul "Finding Myelf"- 9/10
Trapt "Lost in a Portrait"- 9/10
Chevelle "Still Running" 9.5/10
Damageplan feat. Jerry Cantrell "Ashes to Ashes"- 9/10
Seether "Sold Me"- 10/10
Edgewater "Eyes Wired Shut"- 9/10
Finger Eleven "Slow Chemical"- 9/10
Ben Moody"The End Has Come"- 8/10
Strata "Piece by Piece"- 9/10
Hatebreed "Bound to Violence"- 6/10
Seven Wiser "Sick" 9/10
Submersed "Complicated"- 9/10
Atomship "Time For People"- 8/10
Mark Collie "In Time"- 6/10
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3.0 out of 5 stars Meh... June 15 2004
By John
Format:Audio CD
This CD is average. Nothing too exciting. First off, I am not a fan of Nickelback, Puddle of Mudd, and bands of that sort. Some of the songs on the CD are really good. My favorite would have to be "Sold Me" by Seether. This is definately a step up from Daredevil and Spider-Man (which was one of the WORST soundtracks ever with crap bands like Sum41 and that god-awful song "Hero" by Chad Kroeger and Josey Scott). But this CD has many flaws to it. the main flaw being that the CD is EDITED??? Come on now. The film is rated "R" in itself, and not many little kids are going to be able to see it, so needless to say, not many little kids are going to have any interest in the album if they haven't even seen the movie. So why are they worried about leaving swears in the songs?? To all who have not seen the Punisher movie yet--this CD reflects nothing on the actual movie--the movie is excellent, go see it!!!
One other major flaw was Seether's re-made "Broken" with guest vocalist Amy Lee. Now question to everyone saying that this was the best song on the CD: Have you ever even heard (or did you even know of) the original version of "Broken" on Seether's "Disclaimer" album??? That version is 100 times better than this new one. Amy Lee's vocals are too loud and they totally drown out the ACTUAL creator of the song, Shaun Morgan. This isn't Amy Lee's work, therefor, she should not have the main spotlight in the song. This was a song by Seether, and Amy Lee is merely just a "guest appearance". Shaun Morgan's vocals on the original "Broken" are so much better and fit so much nicer for the mood that the song is supposed to give off.
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