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Underworld Compilation, Soundtrack


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  • 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: #64,074 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

Product Description

Soundtrack to the hit motion picture. The soundtrack album is produced by Danny Lohner of Nine Inch Nails whose unique relationships within the community of A-List talent brings such unprecedented highlights to this project as the first song ever penned by Maynard James Keenan (Tool / A Perfect Circle) for a motion picture and soundtrack album. Also appearing on the album is former Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland who along with Lohner and Filter's Richard Patrick have created the formidable super group The Damning Well who make their debut on this album with the song "Awakening." One look through the album's track listing and you'll find contributions from artists as diverse and respected as Trust Co., Finch, Skinny Puppy, Page Hamilton, and David Bowie to name a few. Every track on this album is either written exclusively for this project, or is an exclusive remix, or rare version only available on this release.

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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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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a bad movie with a much better soundtrack. doesn't that figure?
i'm not totally in love with all of these songs... some are pretty bad. but there are some greats here. you can't do a proper soundtrack review without doing a song by song:
1. the damning well song: i like it. much better than's filters stuff, and shows off wes borland very well.
2. the Puscifer song: very cool. i really like maynards voice...that's what's hits you in the face in this song.
3. err. i dunno who this is: i like this song too, but it's...well...i could probably play every part of this song. and i can't even play drums
4. the Milla song: meh. i don't like it. there are a lot of slower track done with female vocals on this album, and i only like one of them. and this isn't it.
5. a Renholder song: short, and not that good filler track.
6. the Bowie song: i can't stand Bowie's voice. other than that, the music is pretty cool...real soothing.
7. the Skinny Puppy song: i don't like it. i've never been impressed by them. i love industrial music, but Skinny Puppy is pretty lame.
8. a Renholder track: this defines filler.
9. APC remix song: the original was better.
10. some guy: it's bad. REAL bad. this guys voice is AWFUL.
11. The Dillenger Escape Plan song: this may be biased, because DEP is of my fav bands, but i LOVE THIS. hardcore music is wonderful.
12. Trust Company song: i don't like trust company. i don't understand why anyone would like them. bad...everything.
13. renholder again: this one's pretty cool. short and sweet.
14. APC's weak and powerless mix: i like this better than the original song! bass line's not as good, but it's a good song.
15.
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This review comes to you from Bagram Afghanistan. I was highly anticipating the release of Underworld and was looking forward to seeing the movie. Unfortunately Uncle Sam had some different plans for my summer vacation. I have yet to see this movie although the week after it hit theaters there were bootleg DVDs being sold. I hate that stuff and as of now still haven't seen it. I became interested in the soundtrack after seeing that Danny Lohner being interviewed on CNN about the album. Folks I am not kidding when I say this is the 2003 version of The Crow soundtrack. The songs are fantastic! Very dark, brooding and ethereal. I can only imagine how the film influenced these great artists on this project. I can picture myself driving a convertible with the top down through the desert of west Texas at night and listening to this masterpiece. About the only song that I don't like is the thrasher Baby's First Coffin. Not much into that type of music but I won't judge it either. The rest of the album is nothing but awesome. Maynard and Bowie seemed to be long lost twins who find each other in the gothic universe which obviously Underworld was born into. Simply put, if you liked The Crow soundtrack this album will be on the shelf right next to it. Buy this and you won't regret it.
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I based my purchase of the CD on the other reviews and I was sadly disappointed. None of the songs are rememberable and most would only succeed in putting me to sleep. The only hard song, "Baby's First Coffin" is so chaotic that it fails to entertain. In general, I feel very strongly that I wasted my money on this third-rate soundtrack of second-rate musicians. I guess I'm just not "deep enough" and wandering around in enough retro-black goth to make me agree what a wonderful CD this must be, I guess I have a mind of my own... and taste.
I can't believe how many people keep giving this soundtrack a solid 5 stars. Apparently, to these people, this album is better or equal to than the Beatles White Album, better or equal to than Led Zeppelin 4, better or equal to than any album that NIN or Pearl Jam has ever put out. I voted 1 star because this album is equal to or worse than the crappiest albums I have ever heard. Apparently, there can be no album that is ever better to these people.
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