M:I-2 : Music From and Inspired By the Motion Picture Soundtrack
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Mission Impossible ~ M:I-2 : Music From And Inspired
This is quite an impressive list of today's modern rock heroes. Limp Bizkit incorporate a sci-fi space groove into their patented rap-metal and deliver the Mission: Impossible 2 theme, "Take a Look Around." Former Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell contributes the Led Zeppelin-influenced "Mission 2000." Pink Floyd's 1975 anti-record industry classic "Have a Cigar" is replicated and then augmented with hard-rock screams and heavy-metal guitars by the Foo Fighters and former Queen guitarist Brian May. Tori Amos's atmospheric "Carnival" nicely complements the straightforward hard rock of Buckcherry. Powderfinger's "Not My Kinda Scene" captures a lazy desert vibe, while Biff Butler navigates the generic industrial-metal wasteland with his band, Apartment 26. For over-the-top mayhem, Rob Zombie's got the market cornered with the sonically impressive "Scum of the Earth." And there's even the rarely-heard-from-these-days Butthole Surfers coming back with the restrained (for them) "They Came In." --Rob O'Connor
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Top Customer Reviews
So, if you're looking for a rock/metal compilation, this CD is for you. But then again, consider buying the "End Of Days" Soundtrack first. It features songs by Limp Bizkit, Everlast, KoRn, Rob Zombie and Guns N Roses. Its style is similar to m:i-2, but the collection of songs is much better there.
The first track, "Take a Look Around" by Limp Bizkit is also very good. I liked how the Mission: Impossible theme was included, and besides, Limp Bizkit is a good band anyways. Rob Zombie provided a new song--unlike another remake of an older song such as on "The Matrix" soundtrack.
From there, the CD got...okay. There were a few good songs on the disk, but nothing truly amazing. "Rocket Science" was a pretty good song, I guess, but the rest were mediocre. I expected more from the Kid Rock song. The lyrics were good, but that main verse was just annoying.
Overall, I give this CD 4 stars for the first 3 songs. There are a few throughout the rest of the soundtrack that are worth listening to, but if you like Limp Bizkit, Metallica or Rob Zombie, you should pick up this one. I wasn't disappointed at all after listening to the CD from start to finish--but I was still probably riding the excitement from Metallica and Limp Bizkit. If you liked "The Matrix" soundtrack, you'll enjoy this, too. I didn't like the movie--it was too James Bond-like for a Mission: Impossible film--but the soundtrack is among my favorites.
Most recent customer reviews
Le mélange parfait. J adore Tom Cruise depuis toujours tout autant que la série des films Mission Impossible. E çelui la reste pour moi un classique!Published on March 7 2013 by Nathalie Corriveau
I wasent a huge fan of the movie M:I-2, but the soundtrack is good. There are some great bands on here, including Rob Zombie, Metallica, Foo Fighters, Buckcherry, etc. Read morePublished on Feb. 7 2004 by Average Joe
this is an awesome cd . heres my breakdown:
take a look around-10/10 best song on here.period. probly lb's second best song ever. Read more
Well here we have anouther cd with deppressing, sreaming, guzzling lyrics. I just wanna say STAY AWAY FROM THIS ...ALBUM.Published on July 7 2002 by Brad Barber
This CD contains only a couple tracks I thought were good: They Came In..., Immune by Tinfed, and Carnival by Tori Amos, but other than that... no real standouts. Read morePublished on Feb. 27 2002 by Sara
This Cd Is good but also is bad.The following songs rock : I Disappear, Scum of the earth,Have A Cigar,Alone,Mission 2000 and Immune. Read morePublished on Dec 22 2001
I Disappear is the best track on the CD Metallica rule Rob Zombie rules. OH yeah Limp suckPublished on Aug. 29 2001
I'm a Metallica fan. I bought this cd because I have to own all of their stuff. I decided that I oculd put up with Limp Bizkit, even though they do butcher a great old theme... Read morePublished on July 31 2001 by Adam Lubner