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Underworld Compilation, Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Composer: Paul Haslinger
  • Audio CD (Nov. 9 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Compilation, Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • Run Time: 121 minutes
  • ASIN: B0000AYL3Q
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #56,799 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Awakening - The Damning Well featuring Wes Borland, Richard Patrick, Josh Freese, and Danny Lohner.
2. REV 22:20 - Puscifer featuring Maynard James Keenan, Danny Lohner
3. Throwing Punches - Page Hamilton
4. Rocket Collecting - Milla
5. Now I Know - Renholder
6. Bring Me The Disco King (Loner Mix) - David Bowie featuring Maynard James Keenan & John Frusciante
7. Optimissed - Skinny Puppy
8. Down In the Lab - Renholder
9. Judith (Renholder Mix) - A Perfect Circle
10. Suicide Note - Johnette Napolitano
11. Baby's First Coffin - Dillinger Escape Plan
12. Hover (Quiet Mix) - Trust Company
13. Falling Through The Sky - Renholder
14. Weak and Powerless (Tilling My Grave Mix) - A Perfect Circle
15. Worms of the Earth - Finch
16. From A Shell - Lisa Germano
17. Death Dealer's Descent - Renholder
18. On The Lash - The Icarus Line
19. All Of This Past - Sarah Bettens

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By Erik Iquique on Sept. 7 2003
Format: Audio CD
I loved most of the songs on this soundtract but a few hiccups kept it from becoming my next favorite cd. The songs from Maynard, Bowie, Skinny Puppy, and Dany Lohner were excelent. However, The Dillinger Escape Plan song just threw the whole mood of the soundtrack off. While I have nothing against said band, the song they performed just didn't fit in with the rest of the songs on this soundtrack.
Another really disapointing aspect was the fact that the song featured on in the trailer is not on the soundtract. That song is called Red Tape and is performed by Agent Provocatuer and can actually be found on the Jackal soundtract.
Other than that, the rest of the songs are amazing. Milia Jovovich provided some surprisingly good vocals for a couple of the tracts. Also, if you even remotely like NIN, this album is definitely for you because the entire album has a (albiet lighter) NIN feel to it.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Penname on July 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
Well, like the shameless movie, Underworld, its companion soundtrack is pretty much tailor-made for the "gothic" generation, with the exception that the bands have to be mainstream enough to sell CDs. While this sounds cynical, I don't really mean it as a deprecating remark. Danny Lohner has assembled an amazing array of true talent, and obviously some thought and care went into the production of this CD so it's actually fitting to the movie, rather than an amalgamation of the latest hits thrown together to produce a quick buck.
Kicking us off to a great start is The Damning Well, with their debut song, "Awakening." Another debut comes next, "REV 22:20" by Puscifer, a teaming of Lohner and Maynard James Keenan. Both these songs are incredibly catchy and will stick in your head for days. I hope Maynard keeps Puscifer together long enough to release a CD; same with the Damning Well.
Next we have the simplistic but not out of place "Throwing Punches," by Page Hamilton, which fits in with the tone of the previous two songs, followed by the questionable "Rocket Collecting," by Milla (as in Jovavich (sp?), star of Resident Evil and such). I'm not sure what to think of this latter song. While it has interesting instrumentals, Milla's voice is not what I'd call beautiful, and in fitting with her weird pseudo lisp, the song should be titled "Wrocket Collecting." I'm not sure where this pronunciation comes from; it's not present in her films.
Next comes the first of four Renholder songs, which many are quick to dismiss as fillers. I enjoy hearing them, and this one fits together really well with the following David Bowie track.
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By Vanessa on July 19 2004
Format: Audio CD
When I first picked this cd up, I was a bit iffy about it, even though I liked the film, but I decided to give it a go anyway, and it was brilliant! All the songs were completely dark and gothic sounding. One song out of all 'Baby's First Coffin' gave me the fright of my life when I first listened to it because it started so quickly but it's all good! You won't recognise a lot of the songs from the film though. If you want to hear a couple of them though, wait for the credits.
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By A Customer on April 26 2004
Format: Audio CD
To anyone out there who knows this...What is the song being played on the underworld trailer when kate beckinsale jumps down from the building and is also being played when she starts shooting in a circle around her and falls down to the floor underneath her.
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Format: Audio CD
Good cd overall... a few songs weren't on it, like I was expecting, but I figured out one. In the trailer, the prevalent song playing is called "Red Tape" by "Agent Provocateur". It's a bit hard to find though. Anyone know what song is playing when she hits lucius with the car?
If you liked the movie, you'll like the soundtrack.
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Format: Audio CD
The record companies could have made this better somehow. The best songs on the CD: REV 22:20, And the remix of Judith. Not worth buying.
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By DJ_Bitter on Feb. 28 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the few soundtracks that capture the essence of the film. The music on here is dark, loud and haunting. I believe that the frontman of Tool/A Perfect Circle, James Maynard Keenan did an excellent job of putting together an album. The stand-out tracks are "REV22:20", "Throwing Punches", "Bring Me The Head Of The Disco King", "Weak and Powerless" and the very haunting "All Of This Past." The only reason this didn't get five stars from me was because I felt some of the songs were a bit repetitive in sound. Not much variety. But otherwise, excellent.
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Format: Audio CD
Chances are, if you were curious enough to surf over to this page to see about this soundtrack, you should buy it because you're bound to find something you like on here. Danny Lohner (Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle) spear-headed this project, using his connections to turn out the darkest and possibly most unique compilation of 2003. For fans of Tool/A Perfect Circle frontman Maynard James Keenan, you need this. The infamous frontman makes four scattered appearances here. There are two A Perfect Cirle remixes here for 'Judith' and 'Weak & Powerless.' The former is a slowed down, moodier peice of work than the original, which benefits from some interesting string arrangements, while the latter is an over-caffeinated reworking that beefs up the power of the original song. Keenan also collaborates with Lohner under the moniker Puscifier on the track 'REV 22:20.' This song is a bit different than Keenan's other work. It's very stripped down and quiet, yet extremely potent and bruising. And finally, Maynard joins forces with Red Hot Chili Peppers axe-man John Frusciante on a very odd remix of David Bowie's 'Bring Me The Disco King.' Limited-time-only supergroup The Damning Well give the album a nice kick start. Featuring Filter frontman Richard Patrick, Ex-Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland, Lohner & Josh Freese, (now honestly, who HASN'T he played with) 'Awakening' is a energetic, albeit bouncy cut (thanks in part to Borland's style) that turns out really well. It would be nice to hear more collaborations from these guys. Nu-metallers Trustcompany slow it down a bit for the Danny Lonher remix of 'Hover,' turning out their best track to date.Read more ›
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