- Audio CD (Feb. 4 2003)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Soundtrack
- Label: Wind-Up
- Run Time: 103 minutes
- ASIN: B000084TTD
- Other Editions: Audio CD
- Average Customer Review: 93 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #66,785 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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One wonders what Daredevil the superhero might make of Daredevil: The Album. Given his heightened sense of hearing, the costumed one would probably grab the volume control, since tinnitus-inducing modern rock is the primary fare here. Despite strong new fare from Fuel, Saliva, and Nickelback, the pairing of Drowning Pool with another cartoon character, Rob Zombie, is the clear winner on personality alone. Two cuts from newcomers Evanescence, including the song showcased in the film's trailer ("Bring Me to Life"), also stand out thanks to the dramatic vocals of Amy Lee, who should find favor with Tori Amos fans. Respites from the hard rock action round out the disc: a collaboration between Nappy Roots and P.O.D. guitarist Marcus Curiel is a rap-rock outing that actually satisfies on both levels, Autopilot Off chime in with some peppy emo, and the title theme gets a Chemical Brothers-style big beat overhaul. --Kurt B. Reighley
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Well, there are the tracks. This is a long, good quality cd and worth every peny. it is one of my favorite cds and by far the best soundtrack ever. A must have for any music fan. it has cool photos from the dd movie inside the booklet. my only problem with this cd is that the lyrics are fairly weak. but most of the songs were written around the concept of a blind superhero. what cood u expect? buy this cd you will not regret it.
1. Fuel-Won't Back Down-4/5-I do not like Fuel. I find their song "Bad Day" to be horribly annoying, and hoped to never hear them again. They put out some more "hits", and now, this comes out. The album's first single. I didn't like it when I first saw the video, but after listening to it for a while, I got used to it. Heaviest of what I've heard of them (but I haven't heard much), and it's pretty good.
3. Saliva-Bleed For Me-5/5-Identical to the rest of the melodic tracks on "Back Into You System", with a loud intro, with a cool sounding guitar riff, and turns down into a soft, melodic verse, then into a powerful chorus, etc. One of the best.
4. Seethe-Hang On-3 1/2 out of 4-We've all heard this before, and if you have "Disclaimer", you DEFINETLY have. A loud intro, then a haunting, slow verse, followed by a wanna-be catchy chorus. Nothing aganist this band, it's just that we've all heard it before.
5. Nickelback-3 1/2 out of 5-Learn The Hard Way-Starts off with Nickelback's signature guitar sound, but turns into an odd-voiced verse that sounds different from what Nickelback usaully does. The rest of the song is pretty familar. Not the best.
6. Drowning Pool feat. Rob Zombie-The Man Without Fear-5/5-A great, fast-paced song, from the band who's singer died late last year (R.I.P.). Rob Zombie takes his place wonderfully in this song, though, with some of the coolest vocals I've heard in a while. THE best.
11. Hoobastank-Right Before Your Eyes-3/5-I have Hoobastank's CD, and I must say that it's not the BEST thing I've ever heard, and neither is this. Just another slow-paced meloic song that tries to be so much more...
The question is now reealed...should you get this? Yeah, but get it cheap, like used on this site or something. Buh.
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