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End Of Days Soundtrack, Explicit Lyrics

4.1 out of 5 stars 76 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • 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: #51,103 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
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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Format: Audio CD
This soundtrack is really amazing. It doesn't have a single weak song. So one can listen to this album over and over again.
It starts my "Camel Song" by KoRn, arguably one of the best songs they ever did. The next song is "So Long" by Everlast, again one of the best songs he ever did. "Slow" by Professional Murder Music is cool, too. Limp Bizkit's "Crushed" is untypically slow, but despite great. And that's how it goes on. You'll enjoy song after song. "Bad Influence" by Eminem, doesn't quite match the album's line-up, since it's rap. But the beats are rather heavy. Personally I think, Eminem has done better sons than this, but still you won't be disappointed.
The CD end slower and more quiet than it has started. "I Wish I Had" by Stroke, "Sugar Kane" by Sonic Youth and Creed's "Wrong Way" make this soundtrack perfect. "End Of Days" is a great compilation of rock and metal songs. A must-have!
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By A Customer on May 15 2001
Format: Audio CD
I'll admit it: I am a diehard GnR fanatic. From "Welcome to the Jungle" to the "Spaghetti Incident?" (too bad about the name for that one, though), I appreciate all of their music. In recent years, Axl Rose has gone into the studio to develop the new sound for the last great rock 'n' roll band, in the truest sense of the word, and cooked up 72 studio tracks for an album called "Chinese Democracy." After they released this cut (which is almost guaranteed a spot on the album's running order), they unveiled their new line-up at a sold-out House of Blues show in Las Vegas, home of excess (perfect for Guns N' Roses), unveiling the title track for the new album, in addition to a bitter track titled simply "The Blues," and another newbie, "Silkworm." They went on to rock the worlds of 250,000 lucky fans at a sold-out Rock in Rio III concert they headlined in January, and plans are being made for a full-on WORLD TOUR (their first in eight years now) during late summer or early fall. It looks like the Gunners will be back. "Oh My God" is certainly a major step forward for the band, as they veer into industrial (gasp!) and electronica (witness the opening drum loop) on this furious track. This is not the feel-good rockers of "Paradise City." It's angsty, ferocious punk, an apparent rant from Axl against you-know-who (who else?), with lyrics like, "What can I do when there's so many liars/That crawl through your veins like millions of spiders/And seek out their victims/Then who is the wiser?" and "If it opens your eyes/We'll just bet on a strong compromise/I was willing to be lost in the shuffle/If only you had let me know.Read more ›
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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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