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Daredevil: The Album


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  • Audio CD (February 4, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: February 14, 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Wind-Up
  • ASIN: B000084TTD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,563 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Won't Back Down - Fuel
2. For You - The Calling
3. Bleed For Me - Saliva
4. Hang On - Seether
5. Learn the Hard Way - Nickelback
6. The Man Without Fear - Drowning Pool feat. Rob Zombie
7. Right Now - Nappy Roots feat. Marcos Curiel of P.O.D.
8. Evening Rain - Moby
9. Bring Me To Life - Evanescence
10. Until You're Reformed - Chevelle
11. Right Before Your Eyes - Hoobastank
12. Fade Out/In - Palo Alto
13. Caught In The Rain - Revis
14. High Wire Escape Artist - BOYSETSFIRE
15. Raise Your Rifles - Autopilot Off
16. Daredevil Theme (Blind Justice Remix) - Graeme Revell and Mike Einziger
17. My Immortal - Evanescence
18. Sad Exchange - finger eleven
19. Simple Lies - Endo
20. Let Go - 12 Stones

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Daredevil ~ Daredevil: The Album

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One wonders what Daredevil the superhero might make of Daredevil: The Album. Given his heightened sense of hearing, the costumed one would probably grab the volume control, since tinnitus-inducing modern rock is the primary fare here. Despite strong new fare from Fuel, Saliva, and Nickelback, the pairing of Drowning Pool with another cartoon character, Rob Zombie, is the clear winner on personality alone. Two cuts from newcomers Evanescence, including the song showcased in the film's trailer ("Bring Me to Life"), also stand out thanks to the dramatic vocals of Amy Lee, who should find favor with Tori Amos fans. Respites from the hard rock action round out the disc: a collaboration between Nappy Roots and P.O.D. guitarist Marcus Curiel is a rap-rock outing that actually satisfies on both levels, Autopilot Off chime in with some peppy emo, and the title theme gets a Chemical Brothers-style big beat overhaul. --Kurt B. Reighley

Customer Reviews

It's a great song.
Matthew Edmundson
Don't get me wrong -- I generally like Nickelback's music, but "Learn The Hard Way" just doesn't do it for me.
Dan Robertson
I love the two songs here and am looking forward to buying there CD.
steelerfan67

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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By bryssa on February 4, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Let's start with a little background. I'm a huge Daredevil and Marvel Comics fan. Basically? I'm a Marvel Zombie. To say the least, I had a particular idea of what a Daredevil soundtrack should be like. Unlike Spidey, this cd didn't disappoint.
1. Fuel - Won't Back Down (9/10): Strong opening track, that was clearly written for the movie, by the lead guitarist Carl Bell.
2. The Calling - For You (10/10): Written by the lead vocalist and lead guitarist, this is a fantastic, beautifully sung song that has all kinds of movie references. This is what Spidey's 'Hero' TRIED to be.
3. Saliva - Bleed For Me (9/10): Strong track written by Josey Scott that, again, ties in with the movie. One point off for slight repetitiveness.
4. Seether - Hang On (9/10): Another strong track, cowritten by bass guiterist Dale Stewert. One point off for slight repetitiveness.
5. Nickleback - Leard the Hard Way (6/10): The first disappointment. It has nothing to do with the movie, and I'm not a fan of Nickleback. Still a decent song.
6. Drowning Pool & Rob Zombie - Man Without Fear (8/10): Fun track by the vocal god himself. It's obviously for the movie, with some fun lyrics, but is pretty repetitive.
7. Nappy Roots - Right Now (0/10): I hate this song. It's rap, with no correlation with the movie.
8. Moby - Evening Rain (0/10): I am not of fan of Moby, and he's a "love/hate" artist, unfortunately.
9. Evanescence - Bring Me To Life (10/10): I've been a huge Evanescence fan for years, ever since their first indie cd, and seeing them find so much success is wonderful. Buy the DD soundtrack for this song alone if you have doubts, because this is the only place where you can get this version of it with Paul McCoy.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By "drowningpoolfan" on April 22, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is the best ever. And Here's Why...
1)Fuel - Won't Back Down. 10/10, My 2nd Favourite song and a great opener to the CD.
2)The Calling - For You. 10/10, My 4th fav on this 15+ song CD. This song reflects to Blind Justice.
3)Saliva - Bleed For Me. 10/10, Again, a 10. This simply rocks.
4)Seether - Hang On. 10/10, my 6th fav on this CD. I'd say this CD is flawless.
5)Nickelback - Learn The Hard Way. 10/10, The 10's keep on coming. My 8th fav. I never liked Nickelback until I heard this song.
6)Drowning Pool featuring Rob Zombie - The Man Without Fear. 10/10, My No. 1 Favourite song on this CD by far. You take 3 members of a great band and combine them with a singer from another great band and you have one excellent song. This gets a 10. Rest In Peace Dave Williams, Lead Singer Of Drowning Pool.
7)Nappy Roots featuring Marcos Curiel of P.O.D. - Right Now. 9/10, Well, not as good as the first 6, but still a great song.
8)Moby - Evening Rain. 7.5/10. Not as good as these other ones but still, quite good.
9)Evanescence - Bring Me To Life. 10/10, We're back in the 10's! My 3rd favourite. Their other song on this, My Immortal, is no way as good as this. Not to mention this version has Paul McCoy of 12 Stones singing on this too.
10)Chevelle - Until You're Reformed. 7/10, Not so special, but good either way.
11)Hoobastank - Right Before You're Eyes. 10/10, the 8th 10. and my 7th fav. They sure did work on this song as much as their song on The Scorpion King album, "Losing My Grip". Well made.
12)Palo Alto - Fade Out/In. 5/10, the first major dissapointment. However there are worse.
13)Revis - Caught In The Rain. 10/10, My 5th favourite. And awesome stuff, I'm so glad this song was even put in the movie.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Casey Raiha on February 10, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I must confess myself to be an anonymous Daredevil fan at heart. And, while many others expected the movie itself to be total slush, me and a select few anxious were to see it. I'll also confess that, while I'm not the biggest Heavy Metal/Pure Rock fan...I was delightfully suprised with this CD, which I recieved yesterday, on my 17th birthday. And, despite all doubts, I can say that I THROROUGHLY enjoyed it.

The songs themself made a lovely "flow" of the CD, making good transitions and positioning of them all. While a few artists left me wanting more than I recieved, such as Nappy Roots, Moby, Chevelle, and surprisingly, Hoobastank, there were STELLAR tracks from 12 Stones, Endo, Seether, and Boysetfire, who all gave the compilation a hard-hitting, yet beauteous-depressing feel overall. We were given a broader perspective of the movie and its contents, as well as the variety of style, as Rob Zombie helped to front Drowning Pool in "The Man Without Fear", Gaaeme Revell and Mike Einziger added a techno trip-in with the Daredevil Theme itself (Blind Remix), and Autopilot Off, giving us a feel of "Happy Punk", performing "Raise Your Rifles", in their own particular Simple Plan/Sum 41/Blink 182 style.
However, the obvious stars of the WHOLE DAMN ALBUM were, hands down, Evanescence. While their hit "Bring Me to Life" deserves its praises, and then some, their second track, "My Immortal" involves nothing more than occasional addition of techno bytes and string orchestra, a grand piano, and the vocals of Ms. Amy Lee herself, and is one of the most BEAUTIFUL SONGS I HAVE EVER HEARD (And believe me, I've heard a few.) It takes us away from the hard-hitting aspect of the album, and brings us into the beauty of the darkness and despair.
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