This soundtrack boasts some excellent songs and is a perfect compliment to the movie. "Deep" by Nine Inch Nails, "Terra Firma" by Delerium, and "Song of Life" by Leftfield were my three favorites and all the other songs were fair to great as well, excepting the two which I will mention next. "Devil's Nightmare" by Oxide and Neutrino is a horrid sounding mix which I don't even recognize from the movie. It just didn't seem to fit in and it in no possible form could have passed as decent on its own. "Satellite" by Bosco is also horrible. They have this high-pitched squeaky voice that sounds like its been helium induced which makes it revolting and, again, I can't find the connection from within the movie. These two tracks change the feel of the album and forced me to lower the rating to 4 stars, but other than those atrocities, the tracks are all decent. I was dissapointed that four of the tracks had lyrics when in the movie versions they didn't. I fell in love with the music from "Deep", "Galaxy Bounce", "Illuminati", and "Absurd" when I heard them played in the movie, but they all sport either lyrics or voice effects which messed with them. I was able to accept the lyrics in "Deep" and "Absurd" because the talent was good in combination with the music, but "Illuminati" (in this version) sports a line or two of speech which I found disturbing. It's not too bad, but I think the track's quality would have improved without it. Also, "Galaxy Bounce" has these sporadic additions of a singing-type noise which I absolutely hate and I therefore gave up listening to that track for more than the thirty seconds or so it takes to reach that point. Sad, but true. Overall, this album is worth the money if you noticed the music from the movie and thoroughly enjoyed it, just be prepared for a setback or two as you listen.