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The Punisher Import, Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 23 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, Soundtrack
  • Label: Wind-Up
  • Run Time: 124 minutes
  • ASIN: B0001JXPRA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)

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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By John on June 15 2004
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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Format: Audio CD
I'll keep this short...if you are looking for a great soundtrack, look elsewhere. Not to say that there aren't some excellent pieces on this soundtrack because there are (Amy Lee w/ Seether, Chevelle, Nickelback, and damageplan w/ Jerry Cantrell and Seether's song w/out Amy Lee), but I honestly do not feel that this is a worthwhile soundtrack.
And for all of you who have been commenting about the lyrics to Never Say Never (Queens of the Stone Age)...keep in mind that they did NOT write this song...it is a cover of the 80's band Romeo Void. And in all honesty, I think they did a nice job of it too.
Maybe I'm getting too old and the new music of today is just not impressing me anymore, but this soundtrack just didn't live up to the standards that previous soundtrack collections have set (ie. the Crow, Dracula 2000, Lost Highway, Resident Evil and the Crow: Salvation...on top of MANY others).
Take your chances if you choose to...I'm sure it's just me who didn't find this overly pleasing...but it's not a complete loss. We need Trent Reznor to produce another great soundtrack!
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By Phyllis on May 3 2004
Format: Audio CD
This soundtrack proves to be a powerful set of tunes for an action packed movie.
If the soundtrack is an indicator of how a movie is going to be, you really need to go see "The Punisher", hands down, no doubt about it.

Within this soundtrack there are moments of (...)fast tracks, and periods of what seem to be reflection or romantic interlude/tension. Don't worry; there are only 2 tracks that are available for you to take a break from banging your head into oblivion.

This without a doubt is the best damn soundtrack for a movie I have heard in a long long while. They have incorporated some seriously rock hard bands for this compilation, and it would be in your best interest to get this soundtrack, even if you haven't seen the movie.
The music, quite frankly, RAWKS!
Even though there is a remake of "Never say Never" on here, it's all good. A definite must have for your music collection. Nice compilations of bands, and the slow songs aren't even sappy.
As reviewed by me at Horror-Web.com
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Just like the Daredevil soundtrack before it, the Punisher soundtrack is featured on Wind-Up Records (label of annoying crooners Creed) and features plenty of mellowdramatic modern rock ready for radio music that supposedly fits the tone of the film. The Punisher soundtrack is better than the Daredevil soundtrack, but that's hardly saying much. You'd figure a soundtrack to Marvel Comics' hardest, most brutal vigilante would feature some equally brutal and heavy music, but that is not the case here. Instead we are given Nickelback, Trapt, Puddle of Mudd, Finger Eleven, and Seether; most of which sound like the exact same song. There are a few standouts though. Queens of the Stone Age's cover of "Never Say Never" is a great cover, along with tracks from Hatebreed, and surprisingly solid tracks from Chevelle and the all new Drowning Pool. All in all, newer fans of the Punisher who dug the film will probably check this out, but for long time fans this may be better left on the shelf.
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By John on May 1 2004
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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