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Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000 Film) Soundtrack


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Editorial Reviews

Blair Witch Project ~ Book Of Shadows: Blair Witch 2

1. The Reckoning - Godhead
2. Lie Down - P.O.D.
3. Goodbye Lament - Tony Iommi
4. Dragula - Rob Zombie
5. Mind - System Of A Down
6. Stick It Up - Slaves On Dope
7. Suicide Is Painless - Marilyn Manson
8. Soul Auctioneer - Death In Vegas
9. Ps - Project 86
10. Old Enough - Nickelback
11. Feel Alive - U.P.O.
12. Tommy (Don't Die) - Steaknife
13. Arcarsenal - At The Drive-In
14. Human - Elastica
15. Feel Good Hit Of The Summer - Queens Of The Stone Age

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 17, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: October 17, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Priority Records
  • ASIN: B000050HPF
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #357,926 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Customer Reviews

Godhead's song is OK but nothing quite exceptional.
"nonicksucker"
This was a great CD that has several gothic...grunge...witchy...I dunno feeling to it, it makes you think some, and if you close your eyes, you can feel something.
John Colin Gritton
I enjoyed the movie, and thought that the soundtrack would be just as enjoyable.
"auberon2000"

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D. Haught on March 3, 2003
This cd would have been alot better if they would have included Marilyn Manson's "Disposable Teens" and Poe's "Haunted", but some how they screwed that up. Don't get me wrong, it's an ok cd, but it's just not the same without the other two. But anyways, my favorites are Lie Down, Mind, Stick It Up, Suicide Is Painless, PS, Old Enough, & Feel Good Hit Of The Summer. My only complaint is, why is Stick It Up edited?! That really makes me mad. Oh well, I guess the cd was worth it. I've had the cd since it came out, and since then I have probably bought all of the albums from the more famous bands on it. So you might like the actual bands' albums better. I think I do. That's all.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By "auberon2000" on November 7, 2000
I enjoyed the movie, and thought that the soundtrack would be just as enjoyable. While overall the soundtrack is o.k., I think there are some obvious things missing. No sound bytes, dialog, from the movie (the first "soundtrack" had them). Three major songs are missing, most notably "Disposable Teens" by Marilyn Manson and "Haunted" by Poe. Songs that were only heard in the credits are on here, but not the opening shot song (Disposable Teens), or the sexy "Haunted."
I would give the BW2 soundtrack an overall O.K. It is enjoyable, but I feel like the essence of the movie is totally missed by leaving out three songs (the third being from Death in Vegas) and from a lack of sound clips. Just be sure to look at the artists on here. If you like them, and don't have the songs included, then go for it. But if you have these songs (how many copies of "Dragula" do you really need?) don't bother with this mediocre compilation.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By derek glidewell on October 22, 2001
"Book of shadows: Blair Witch 2" was alot better than I thought it would be. When I bought it I didn't have very high expectations, the only song I had heard was Rob Zombie's
"Dragula". "Book of shadows" introduced me to a lot of bands that I had never heard of, like Nickelback, Queens of the stone age, and U.P.O. But I was really happy with it and I liked it even though I'm really not into Gothic music. Godhead's "The Reckoning" is an interesting track, I liked Nickelback's "Old enough". I like Rob Zombie's "Dragula" (and I agree with some of the other reviewers) that it's being played in to many movies, I mean "Dragula" was on "Idle Hands" and "Rage:Carrie 2", isn't once enough, I think they need get a different track by Rob Zombie, like "Living dead girl" (even though it was on "Psycho"),
but none-the-less I still like "Dragula".
I would suggest getting "Book of shadows" if you're into Gothic music, maybe even Heavy Metal, but "Book of shadows" is strictly for fans of those genres only. But, for those of you who are into this kind of music, don't just disregard this one because you may not have heard of many of the bands, it's suprisingly good.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John Colin Gritton on November 4, 2000
This was a great CD that has several gothic...grunge...witchy...I dunno feeling to it, it makes you think some, and if you close your eyes, you can feel something. I dunno, I might be making an idiot of myslef, but this CD is really good, you don't even have to like the movie to like this CD. There are some really good songs here, and they all kind of give you that aprehensive feeling, especially camping in the woods... Gad, that was creepy... And one last thing, there are the first words of the first song that go "Come to me... Kill for me... Worship me..." And if that doesn't describe "Book of Shadows" I don't know what does...
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Although both the beginning song ("Disposable Teens" by Marilyn Manson) and the ending credits first song ("Haunted" by Poe) were not on this album, all other songs are here. I've seen this movie a dozen times and still don't know where "Dragula" was played, but it's nice to have it here.
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This is some of the best music I've ever heard. This soundtrack is killer. The best song is the last song - Feel Good Hit for the Summer by Queens of the Stone Age. That song makes me bang my head and go wild. If you don't buy this soundtrack, at least download that song. You'll love it!
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By Smalls on December 30, 2010
The one track from the flick I wanted, 'Dirge' by Death in Vegas is omitted from the tracklist. It's atmospheric incidental music, and a glaring omission.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "nonicksucker" on November 24, 2000
I bought the soundtrack as a Marilyn Manson fan, but i was dissapointed. The real highlight is Manson's cover of Suicide Is Painless, a track that sounds pretty dark and depressing and is actually very emotional. The rest of the CD is as forgettable as the movie - although that Dark chick is really beautiful, but that doesn't make a movie -. Godhead's song is OK but nothing quite exceptional. I don't see Manson's influence in this CD. And how many times will we have to listen to Dragula in a sountrack. It's becoming a cliche.
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