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Queen of the Damned Soundtrack, Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (March 5 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Warner Bros./Reprise
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • ASIN: B00005YWIQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 163 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #25,995 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Not Meant For Me - Wayne Static Of Static-X
2. Forsaken - David Draiman Of Disturbed
3. System - Chester Bennington Of Linkin Park
4. Redeemer - Marilyn Manson
5. Change - Deftones
6. Dead Cell - Papa Roach
7. Change (In The House Of Flies) - Deftones
8. Down With The Sickness - Disturbed
9. Cold - Static-X
10. Headstrong - Earshot
11. Penetrate - Godhead
12. Body Crumbles - Dry Cell
13. Excess - Tricky
14. Before I'm Dead - Kidney Thieves

Product Description

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Today's darkest, edgiest rockers take solo turns singing brand-new songs by Korn's Jonathan Davis and Richard Gibbs for the soundtrack album to the vampire flick "Queen Of The Damned." In the film, the rock band led by the vampire Lestat is called Satan's Night Out. On the album, those original songs are performed by Wayne Static of Static-X, David Draiman of Disturbed, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, Jay Gordon of Orgy, and Marilyn Manson. Also heard are tracks from Papa Roach, Deftones, Disturbed, Static-X, Earshot, Godhead, kidneythieves, Tricky and Dry Cell. "Queen Of The Damned" is so heavy, it's freakin' scary.


Befitting the film's hip goth vibe, its accompanying soundtrack is suitably dark and sexy, with a strong mix of new songs and nü-metal hits. In an interesting move, Korn frontman Jonathan Davis collaborated with composer (and former Oingo Boingo keyboardist) Richard Gibbs on 5 of the CD's 14 tracks, though Davis doesn't sing his songs. Instead, taking those duties are Static-X's Wayne Static on "Not Meant for Me," Disturbed's David Draiman on "Forsaken," Linkin Park's Chester Bennington on "System," Marilyn Manson on "Redeemer," and Orgy's Jay Gordon on "Slept So Long." Most of the Davis-Gibbs collaborations are akin to more atmospheric, dramatic Korn tunes, lent a distinctive personality by each singer, with Manson's being the creepiest-coolest and most aggressive entry. While these adroit alliances make the soundtrack a must-have for each of the band's fans (not to mention the Korn faithful), the previously released cuts are also winners. Deftones' creepy "Change," Papa Roach's angry "Dead Cell," and Disturbed's memorable rage "Down with the Sickness"--in addition to lesser-known, but sinister and titillating offerings from Godhead, Kidney Thieves, Earshot, Tricky, and others--are all worth the price of admission to this "damned" stellar soundtrack. --Katherine Turman

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I don't often consider anything 5 star, but this album deserves every last one of them. I am not a fan of Korn or Static X, and frankly I can't stand Jon Davis or Wayne Static. I think they are a waste of flesh, however they really do show how talented they are with this album. I think if Jon Davis had done more on this album it would have been a flop. Good thing he didn't. This is a wonderful album. Each artist featured is talented beyond belief. Each song is in itself amazing, even the lesser songs. I've never seen the movie, and I haven't heard good things about it so I'm certain I won't be seeing the movie. It's amazing. I've heard such bad things about the movie, yet out of it comes this amazingly dark and powerful soundtrack that I will never get tired of. I baught this album based on the talent. Honestly, if you like even one of these bands you'll most likely love this album.
-Not meant for me - I can't stand Wayne Static as I said, but this song is really good. Very dark and powerful.
-Foresaken - David Draiman is a severly talented man. You take out all the monkey sounds he makes on his Disturbed albums and you get one hell of a voice. Just what you get in this song. I'm a big fan of his at any rate, but this song is awe inspiring. Again a very very dark and powerful song.
-System - Chester Bennington! Wow. I don't dislike Linkin Park in the least, but this by far surpasses any song of theirs I've heard. This is one of the best songs on the album. Hauntingly beautiful. Of course it goes with the rest of the album, dark and powerful.
-Change - This is the Deftones' best song, in my opinion. This album would not be complete without this masterpiece. It fits perfectly. Amazing is the only word to describe it.
-Redeemer - This is one of my least favorite songs.
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ok this is definitely the cd you goth/hard rockers out there!!!! man, i love this cd!!!! personally, i would rather listen to this cd the rest of my life than... i can't think of something to go with that but YEAH!!!!!!! static-x, chester bennington, disturbed, all of the bands you rockers love.... and the kidney thieves!!! ALWAYS love them... my favorites were "redeemer", "before i'm dead", "forsaken", "system"..... dude, they were all my favorites. someone could definitely listen to this cd when you're just down right pissed off or just to get pumped up for whatever reason! i believe this is truly the BEST SOUNDTRACK EVER!!!!!! definitely.
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This soundtrack is amongst one of the best ever made in existance, the only thing that this lacks, is the vocals of Jonathan Davis doing his own songs. He couldn't do his own songs for this soundtrack due to record label differences. His group Korn is on Sony Records while this soundtrack was made on Warner Brothers Records. Because of these differences, even though Jonathan Davis wrote 5 of the songs for this soundtrack and even performed them himself in the movie, he couldn't perform them on this soundtrack. I myself have the Jonathan Davis versions of his songs, all in great quality, and 4/5 of them are studioized versions. If you want these ULTRA RARE versions, add me at mansonchyld@hotmail.com to MSN messenger. If you don't have messenger, sucks for you, I can't email songs, they're too big to send. So, if you have MSN instant messenger and want these songs, simply add me and you shall recieve them for free, those whom miss out....i'm sorry, these are all really great versions, and super rare as they are not on any cd in existance and probably never will be.
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There is little doubt that "Queen Of The Damned" was a pretty lame vampire flick, it had no noteworthy performances (unless you can count the late Aaliyah's short scenes as noteworthy), and a vampire rock star that resembled Jim Morrison. However, the soundtrack is a pretty good taste of hard rock, goth theatrics. It is no wonder that most of the songs were written before the movie was even filmed. The popularity of the album stems, of course, from the fact that the songs were written by Korn frontman Jonathan Davis, that weird expressor of the freakish. But unlike most Korn material, which rates more as a frontal sonic assault, the material here has more of a quasi-classical feel. It is in essence, a hard rock journey into the world of the Anne Rice "Vampire Chronicles" from which the movie was inspired (David Draiman and Chester Bennington, who contribute tracks here, are confessed Rice fans). Wayne Static of Static-X kicks things off with "Not Meant For Me," which is a surprising departure considering he is actually carrying a strong melody here. David Draiman of Disturbed delivers one of the more memorable tracks with "Forsaken," a wonderfully gothic, yes vampiric, moment where he loses the vocal gimmicks of Disturbed and delivers a strong vocal to some evocative, heavy melodies with a Middle Eastern vibe. Linkin Park's Chester Bennington also surprises us here with a new, more dramatic rough edge with "System," which has a crunching yet alluring wall of sound and memorable word play ("why won't you die?"). Marilyn Manson, the current auteur of goth rock, is weak here with "Redeemer," which sounds like a cheesy hard-edged creepy exercise, which isn't his fault considering the original version in the film was just as weak.Read more ›
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