The Scorpion King Enhanced, Soundtrack
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Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
|1. I Stand Alone - Godsmack|
|2. Set It Off (Tweaker Remix) - P.O.D|
|3. Break You - Drowning Pool|
|4. Streamline - System Of A Down|
|5. To Whom It May Concern - Creed|
|6. Yanking Out My Heart - Nickelback|
|7. Losing My Grip - Hoobastank|
|8. Only The Strong - Flaw|
|9. Iron Head - Rob Zombie feat. Ozzy Osbourne|
|10. My Life - 12 Stones|
|11. Along The Way - Mushroomhead|
|12. Breathless - Lifer|
|13. Corrected - Sevendust|
|14. Burn It Black - Injected|
|15. 27 - Breaking Point|
|16. Glow - Coal Chamber|
Scorpion King ~ Soundtrack
The track listing reads like a who's who of the nu-metal genre, with brand-new songs from chart toppers including Godsmack, Creed, and Nickelback. Especially strong are System of a Down's orchestrated-meets-intense "Streamline," Sevendust's fervent and unique "Corrected," and Nickelback's raucous, edgy, raw rocker "Yanking Out My Heart," while Creed's typically musically morose five-minute ballad "To Whom It May Concern" will certainly delight fans. New band 12 Stones show promise with their straightahead, guitar-heavy "My Life," while Flaw's layered, soaring, and mesmerizing "Only the Strong" sounds hit-bound, as does Injected's vibrant "Burn It Black." As with Godsmack, Mushroomhead's contribution was penned specially for the movie, the suitably "soundtracky" audio track "turned down" to suit the onscreen action. If the flick--the third of the Mummy series--fades from memory quickly, its musical accompaniment is well equipped to stand the test of time. --Katherine Turman
Top Customer Reviews
1. I Stand Alone - Godsmack ****
2. Set It Off (Tweaker Remix) - P.O.D ****
3. Break You - Drowning Pool ***
4. Streamline - System Of A Down *****
5. To Whom It May Concern - Creed ****
6. Yanking Out My Heart - Nickelback ***1/2
7. Losing My Grip - Hoobastank ***
8. Only The Strong - Flaw *****
9. Iron Head - Rob Zombie feat. Ozzy Osbourne *****
10. My Life - 12 Stones *****
11. Along The Way - Mushroomhead ***1/2
12. Breathless - Lifer ****
13. Corrected - Sevendust ****
14. Burn It Black - Injected ***1/2
15. 27 - Breaking Point ****
16. Glow - Coal Chamber *****
Solid, worth the money.
Really, I recommend the Freddy vs. Jason soundtrack over this, it has its fair share of nu-metal bands but it's NOT radio-friendly. But honestly, if you're planning on making a GODD nu-metal soundtrack, you need to put these bands on it: Korn, Skunk Anansie, Human Waste Project, Snot, Type O Negative, Memento, Tool and Rage Against the Machine. Or, you could just try to listen to some REAL metal which I HIGHLY recommend: Slayer, Iced Earth, Opeth, Dimmu Borgir, Cradle of Filth, Arch Enemy, Lacuna Coil, Borknagar, The Gathering, Meshuggah, Cannibal Corpse, Pantera and the list goes on and on and on and on......
This CD also has a bunch of bands i have never heard of, and now I go to there concerts in Colorado. Like Lifer, Coal CHamber, and Mushroomhead.
I really love this CD. It manages to stay very hard, and has a very melodic sound to it. It has made me love many bands like Godsmack. I didn't like them until I heard "I Stand Alone." Now onto my track review.
"I Stand Alone"-Godsmack 10/10- Awesome song. This song is the whole reason I bought this CD. I saw the music video oon MTV (magnificent video BTW) and i fell in love. Truly wonderful.
"Set it Off (tweaker Remix)"-POD 8/10- Not the best song. Don't get me wrong, i love it. But i love it better on Satilite.
"Break You"-Drowning Pool 2/10- No. Drowning Pool at their worst.
"Streamline"-System of a Down 9/10- I truly do ove this song. It manages to be really fast and mellow at the same time. Beautiful.
"To Whoom it May Concern"-Creed 3/10- I can't stand this song.
"Yanking Out my Heart"-Nickleback 7/10- Not a bad song. Nice and hard.
"Losing my Grip"-Hoobastank 9/10- I loathed this song in the beginning, but when I got past the 'NSYNC part i truly loved it.
"Only the Strong"-Flaw 7/10- I tend not to like the slower songs, but this one manages a 7. Gets a little repitive, though...
"Iron Head"-Rob Zombie feat, Ozzy Osbourne 10/10- I love this song. It made me come to like Zombie. Hard, hard to understand. Perfect combo.
"My life"-12 Stones 8/10- slow, but in the end nice.
"Along the Way"-Mushroomhead 8/10- I like the drums in the beginning. It's nice anmd fast (the song).Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
This is a great cd. Dont listen to the negative reviews those people dont know what they're talking about. Read morePublished on April 6 2004 by David john Cale
Now the first thing i thought when the soundtrack came out was "Should I buy a SOUNDTRACK?"
Waqas is stupid!
This CD is probably one of my Favorite CDs of all time.
Godsmack - "I stand alone" - I'm learning the guitar part for this song. Definitley one of my favorite songs on the CD. Read more
One of the best hard rock/metal album's/soundtrack's I've heard in a long time! This soundtrack is packed with some of my faviorates including: FLAW, ROB ZOMBIE with OZZY... Read morePublished on April 10 2003 by J. Cool
This soundtrack is one album that never seems to leave my cd player. It is absolutley amazing. The movie was great, but this is better than buying the movie. Read morePublished on March 30 2003 by Pha-Q
The only really good song on this album was Godsmack, the rest of the album was alright but nothing to get all excided about listen to a couple of the samples, that's basically how... Read morePublished on March 22 2003 by JakFrost
First off I will say that the obly reason this soundtrack came into my posession is because of Godsmack's smash hit single "I Stand Alone". Read morePublished on March 3 2003 by N. Durham
This soundtrack is so awesome that most of these songs are worth listening to more than once and that's a good thing!! My favorites on this soundtrack are as follows:
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