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End Of Days Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack

4.1 out of 5 stars 76 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (Nov. 9 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • Run Time: 121 minutes
  • ASIN: B00002JXFA
  • In-Print Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 76 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #33,951 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Camel Song - Korn
2. So Long - Everlast
3. Slow - Professional Murder Music
4. Crushed - Limp Bizkit
5. Oh My God - Guns N' Roses
6. Poison - Prodigy
7. Superbeast (Girl On A Motorcycle Mix) - Rob Zombie
8. Bad Influence - Eminem
9. Nobody's Real - Powerman 5000
10. I Wish I Had - Stroke
11. Sugar Kane - Sonic Youth
12. Wrong Way - Creed

Product Description

Product Description

End Of Days ~ End Of Days

Any movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger is bound to have a soundtrack designed to match his brawn at every turn. The big hype here is the first Guns N' Roses track since 1993 (if Axl Rose alone can be GNR). While the track "Oh My God" alone probably isn't solid enough to distinguish this soundtrack, unreleased cuts from Korn and Limp Bizkit and notable contributions from Sonic Youth, Rob Zombie, Prodigy and Creed make this an impressive collection of hard rock at the millennium's end. For those interested in subtler moves, Everlast contributes the previously unreleased "So Long", which was allegedly written before the Columbine High School shootings in 1999 and serves as a haunting premonition of the tragedy. Its moody introspection is a suitable counterbalance to the over-the-top rhythms and rage sported throughout. Rapper Eminem is incredibly heated with the aptly named "Bad Influence". --Rob O'Connor

Customer Reviews

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Format: Audio CD
I've had this cd a while...I just started picking it up again, and I fell in love with it again, realizing why I was so upset when I lost it. Track by track:
Korn - Camel Song: The Arabian Guitar Riff puts you right in the sandstorm. This is a power song, a perfect opener, and one of Korn's greatest works.
Eminem - So Long: I like the dark alleyway feel of this is refreshing hearing a rapper taking a gunman's perspective and not revelling in it ("Cop Killer" etc etc) or blaming but rather searching for a cause.
PMM - Slow: I have the PMM CD, which I suggest picking up. This is such an awesome song, as is the rest of their work. It's like Orgy, only better.
Limp Bizkit - Crushed: A little cheesy, but actually not bad. It can hype you up a little, a warm up song.
GNR - Oh My God: There's no "Oh My God" in this song, just "Oh." It doesnt stick out the way GNR should...not to say its bad, but there's better.
Prodigy - Poison: Eh. Prodigy just isnt very good...too repetitive and the song is anti-climactic.
Eminem - Bad Influence: But not a bad song. It can get redundant, but its good lyrically. That's the Eminem promise.
Powerman 5000 - Nobodys Real: Awesome song...I have Tonight The Stars Revolt, and its one of the better tracks. It's like When Worlds Collide, only not outplayed! Wow!
Stroke - I Wish I Had: I actually kinda like this song. It's part of my new budding Anglophilia. It's a nice mellower, even if the lyrics arent good.
Sonic Youth - Sugar Kane:'s not bad, but I sorta skim it.
Creed - Wrong Way: I do like the song, but you can only hear it so much...kinda like Creed in general.
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End Of Days has an awesome soundtrack, and the songs that really stand out are the previously unreleased cuts from Korn, Limp Bizkit and Rob Zombie. There is also a little help on here from already released tracks like Powerman 5000's "Nobody's Real". I will now review the songs I like.
1.KoRn-Camel Song-5/5-The best song here. A perfect way to start the soundtrack, very eerie and dark, just like the movie. I don't see why this song didn't make it to one of KoRn's albums!
4.Limp Bizkit-Crushed-4/5-This isn't all of Limp Bizkit. It's just Fred Durst and DJ Lethal, and what's even worse is that it's pretty much a hip hop song! But, you can still enjoy it I guess.
5.Guns 'N' Roses-Oh My God-3/5-I'm not a big Guns 'N' Roses fan, and I don't even have an album of their's, but I like this song (at least a little), and it's fun to listen to.
7.Rob Zombie-Superbeast (Girl On A Motorcycle Mix)-4/5-Not as good as the original, nor as fun to listen to. But, at least they don't drag the beginning out on this version, and they get straight to the song. What I don't get is why Rob Zombie can't just write a new song for an album, instead of always putting a worse remix than the original.
9.Powerman 5000-Nobody's Real-4/5-This is already releaed, on Powerman 5000's "Tonight The Stars Revolt!" album, but it's still good. Suits the movie...kind of...
If you like this soundtrack, also check out the Spawn, Queen Of The Damned, Scorpion King and WWF Forceable Entry soundtracks.
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I remember seeing the End of Days movie the weekend it opened over 3 years ago and was really disappointed. When I heard that a new Guns N Roses song would be on the soundtrack I quickly snatched this up, even though it also has Limp Bizkit, Korn, Creed, and Eminem. For one thing, the new G'N'R song is half decent, I mean it could have been worse. Dave Navarro of Jane's Addiction guest starts on guitar on the track, but his talent was wasted, but it was a good song nonetheless. Korn's "Camel Song" sounds like a leftover from "Follow the Leader", while "Crushed" is real real bad even for a Limp Bizkit song. While I don't listen to Everlast at all, his "So Long" track is pretty good and can be eerie at times. Rob Zombie, Powerman 5000, and Prodigy add one more mark on the board of how many soundtracks can we appear on, while everything else but Professional Murder Music's "Slow" and the surprise appearence of Sonic Youth is all filler material. In my opinion this soundtrack could have been done a lot better. Instead of Limp Bizkit, Korn, Creed, Eminem, Prodigy, Stroke, and PM5K, I would have had bands like Slayer, Sepultura, Marilyn Manson, Tool, or Machine Head on here; I mean the movie was about Satan right? The soundtrack should have matched that kind of intensity instead of having all the trendy nu-metal filler on it, although this was released at the nu-metal's height, so it is kind of understandable. All in all its a mixed bag.
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I will do a track-by-track analysis of this soundtrack.
01. This is the 2nd best song on the soundtrack, and the reason I got this CD. Excellent Korn song. 10/10
02. Everlast is one of those people that you either love or hate. I hate him, but this is actually a pretty good song. Not anything to write home about. 7/10
03. PROFESSIONAL MURDER MUSIC. This song is great, best song on the album. Never heard of them before this s/t. 10/10
04. Ah, Limp Bizkit. Ultimate losers of music business today. This is their most pathetic of all their pathetic songs. 1/10
05. Waste of time... I hate 80's rock, so don't take my judgment on this song, I wouldn't know if it was any good. 1/10
06. Biggest waste of time on album. I guess it's okay if you like the whole DJ/scratching thing. Too repetitive. 1/10
07. Great remix of a great song. Very good track. 10/10
08. OH MY DEAR GOD, SHUT UP EMINEM! This is the most annoying of the tracks, even worse than Limp Bizkit!!! 0/10
09. Excellent song. P5K is a great band, it's too bad they couldn't have done a new song instead of one that's already on their album. 9/10
10. Good music, terrible lyrics/singing. Not worth your time. 3/10
11. W[itw] is this guy [complaining] about. Ugh. 2/10
12. I usually like Creed's music, excluding vocals. Stapp pisses me off. This time was no exception. Way too slow until about the 2:10 mark. Actually a pretty decent song after that. 5/10
If you're gonna get a good soundtrack, I would suggest Queen Of The Damned or Resident Evil, those are the two best out there.
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