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Scream 3 Import

4.2 out of 5 stars 80 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Jan. 25 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Wind-Up
  • Run Time: 116 minutes
  • ASIN: B00003OP2O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 80 customer reviews
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1. What If - Creed
2. Wait And Bleed - Slipknot
3. Suffocate - Finger Eleven
4. Spiders - System Of A Down
5. Automatic - American Pearl
6. Fall - Sevendust
7. Time Bomb - Godsmack
8. Tyler's Song - Coal Chamber
9. So Real - Static-X
10. Crowded Elevator - Incubus
11. Debonaire - Dope
12. Sunburn - Fuel
13. Get On, Get Off - Powerman 5000
14. Wanna' Be Martyr - Full Devil Jacket
15. Dissention - Orgy
16. Crawl - Staind
17. Click Click - Ear2000
18. Is This The End - Creed

Product Description

Product Description

Originally Release 2000 , Executive Produced by Creed , including Creed's " Is It the End" which was recorded specifically for the film & N/A in any of their albums.Also features new trax from Incubus , Sevendust , Powerman 5000, plus others from Coal Chamber,

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Wes Craven's Scream trilogy ends with a soundtrack meant to accompany the apocalypse. With the band Creed serving as executive producers of this set, the emphasis is solidly on the sludgiest, most testosterone-driven rock possible. The lineup is a virtual who's who of the millennium's metal brigade (whether they 'fess up and call it that anymore or not). While "What If" is featured on Creed's 1999 album, Human Clay, the relatively subdued "Is This the End" was recorded specifically for the film. Additionally, Incubus, Sevendust, Powerman 5000, and other loud rock contenders contribute new tracks to the cause. It's an all-for-one approach. You'll either find this unrelenting assault of sullen, moody lyrics, hyperdistorted guitars and histrionic vocalists the perfect adrenaline rush to Craven's world of horror; or you'll scratch your head wondering how so many differently titled bands can arrive at the same sound. --Rob O'Connor

Customer Reviews

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By Kaylan on July 29 2000
Format: Audio CD
This has so be one of my favorite Cds ever. Actually, it is. There are so many great songs on here. Some of my friends bought this album and told my they loved it, so I thought I'd try it. Well! This is one of my favorite purchases!
The first track is by Creed and called What If. I really really don't like Creed though, so this is one of the things I don't like about this album. Pretty minor though.
The second is Slipknot's Wait and Bleed. This is a great song. I would recommend this to pretty much anyone who likes rock. This is one of my favorites.
The third song, Suffocate, performed by Finger Eleven is really good. I have never heard of Finger Eleven before, but their song is excellent. Another of my favorites.
The fourth song by System of a Down and called Spiders is pretty good. Not one of my favorites on the Cd, but defenittely good.
American Pearl wrote the fifth song called Automatic- which is exellent. It's real rock, without any of the tech-y type stuff some of the other songs have. Again, a favorite.
The sixth is Sevendust's Fall- which is great. Not much to say about it.
The seventh is written and performed by Godsmack and called Time Bomb. This is another good track. It's one of the better ones on Godsmack's Cd, although it isn't very popular.
Tyler's song written by Dez Fafara (lead singer) for his son Tyler is number eight on the Cd. This is a good song.
The ninth is So Real by Static-X. This is a very good, but weird song.
The tenth is by Incubus, one of my favorite bands, called Crowded Elevator, and is really good. Not one of their greatest songs, but still good.
Number eleven is Dope's Debonaire. Wow. This is one of the best songs on here in my perspective. It has a great beat to it.
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Format: Audio CD
well, it's a good cd and has a lot of good bands, but, why did they put such a wimpy version of "wait and bleed" on it? and the edditing,on godsmacks "time bomb" they use the method where they blur the words together, and on orgy's "dissentation" which isn't that noticeable these are my song ratings
1. what if: good song, not my favorite though 4/5
2.wait and bleed: they ruined it! this version is soooo weak! for that reason i give it 4/5
3. suffocate: this is an overall ok song 3/5
4.spiders: awesome! 5/5
5.automatic: another ok song 3/5
6.fall: good song! 4/5
7.time bomb: good song but the editing screwed it up 4/5
8.tyler's song: really good! 5/5
9.so real: i hate this song, but i wont give it 0! 1/5
10.crowded elevator: icubus is a good band and this is a pretty good song. 4/5
11.debonaire: dope is an awesome band, and this is a good song. 4/5
12.sunburn: another just ok song. 3/5
13.get on,get off: good song, but does it hafta be live? i don't mind it except for the audience. 4/5
14.wanna be martyr: good hard song. 4/5
15.dissentation: good but it's edited ( 1 point off for the edited part ) 3/5
16.crawl: pretty good song. 4/5
17.click click: terrible! 0/5
18. is this the end: a really sad song, but good! 5/5
i would reccomend that you bye this cd!
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This is an amazing soundtrack, with some of the best metal and hardcore bands out there today. However, if you're a big fan of this genre of music, then you probably have most of these songs on cd already, because the majority of them aren't new tunes. That's the only reason it gets 4 stars...I would just liked to have seen more new stuff by all these great artists, because the songs that ARE new are amazing, and totally worth buying the album just for them alone. And even if you're not a fan of Creed, you must admit they did a pretty damn good job of putting all these artists onto one album. Personal faves of mine are the songs by Finger Eleven, Incubus, SOAD, Static-X, Slipknot, Powerman5000, and Full Devil Jacket. So, if you have most of these artists on cd already, buy this soundtrack anyway, because the un-released material is worth every cent, and if you don't have most of these artists on cd, then you're missing a whole lot of talent, so AT LEAST add this one to your collection. You definitely won't regret it.
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This soundtrack was pretty good in my opinion. It had quite a few songs that I liked. My local radio stations began playing System of a Down's Spiders a few weeks before the cd's release, but the didn't play it enough. Spiders, Debonair, Wait and Bleed, and a favorite band of mine, Static-X all contributed to this album so instead of just buying System of a Down's self-titled I decided to go with Scream 3. These were the reasons I bought this CD, but Finger 11's, Suffocate was a diamond in the rough. I now have to say that's one of, if not my favorite song on this disk. I was HIGHLY Dissapointed in the fact that half of these songs are the edited versions and the songs with profanity were censored. I believe they should have cut both censored and uncencored versions. But another thing that dissapointed me highly was the fact that Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, "Red Right Hand 2" wasn't featured on the soundtrack! Scream and Scream 2 both had his previously release Red Right Hand, but his special "Second Version" that was made SPECIFICALLY to end the Scream trilogy wasn't on the soundtrack! They would have got a 10 rating from me if they would have had Red Right Hand 2 and released an uncencored version.
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