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Dracula 2000 (2000 Film) [PA] Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (December 12, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: December 5, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000053EZN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #209,958 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Ultra Mega - Powerman 5000
2. A Welcome Burden - Disturbed
3. Bloodline - Slayer
4. Metro - System Of A Down
5. Heads Explode - Monster Magnet
6. Break You Down - Godhead
7. One Step Closer - Linkin Park
8. Avoid The Light - Pantera
9. Ostego Undead - Static-X
10. Swan Dive - (hed)p.e.
11. Day By Day - Taproot
12. Malice - Endo
13. Blind World - Flybanger
14. Sober - Half Cocked
15. Your Disease - Saliva

Editorial Reviews

Dracula 2000 ~ Dracula 2000 (2000 Film) [Pa]

Customer Reviews

One of the best songs on the album.
A. Estes
The vibes just keep coming, and especially nice is the fact that the music seems to be tailored just to suit the movie.
Nigel Sobers
If you haven't heard of some of these bands I recommend you buy it and get a taste of some real music.
jonnybravo

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Damian Gunn on February 9, 2006
Format: Audio CD
While the movie as a whole as a dissapointment this soundtrack soars above because it does what a soundtrack for a movie starring Dracula should do (no, not suck) it brutally pulverizes your senses and leaves you drained! Hows that for a play on words for ya...Anyways, with unreleased and killer tracks by Powerman 5000 and Disturbed as well as some new cuts by old hats like Pantara and the brilliantly awsomely brutal 'Bloodline' by Slayer, this album gets off to one hell of a right foot. 'A Welcome Burden' is a welcome release and SoaD's remake of Berlin's 'Metro' is crazy and brilliant all at the same time, off the wall and in your face. One of the standout tracks here. Monster Magnet delivers a great one-two-punch and Pantara tramples you to the ground with 'Avoid the Light'. I would have liked to see a different Linkin Park song incorporated for 'One Step Closer' was so over-played at the time, but the inclution of Taproots 'Day by Day' was nice since that song was so under-played. A new band on the scene back in 2000 was Endo, and as they have evolved into one awsome band it's cool to see their start here. 'Malice' shows quite a bit of talent if I might add. Godhead surprised me by turning out one awsome track featuring the vocal talents of the one and only Manson...just knew he had to show up somewhere on a soundtrack promoting vampires. 'Swan Dive' is a great escape from the metal front although Static-X upset me with their weak offering. I know they can do much better than that! Anyways, thats just a short run down of this awsome album sure to make your skin crawl and your eardrums beg for mercy...and thats a good thing!
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12 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mental Concept on March 16, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Well, 'Dracula 2000' is not what I would call a best of metal type soundtrack, but this one is all right. The first half of the album is actually worth listening to, but I can't say the same for the rest of the album. For all those who don't listen to some decent music, here is a rundown of the tracks:
1. Powerman 5000-"Ultra Mega" 3/5
A typical Powerman 5000 song, no real surprises here.
2. Disturbed-"A Welcome Burden" 5/5
Surprisingly good. I guess I shouldn't have written Disturbed off as an MTV junkie.
3. Slayer-"Bloodline" 5/5
Particularly slow, and somewhat mellow for a Slayer song, but great none the less. Third best on the album.
4. System of a Down-"The Metro" 5/5
Amazing, I have got to say that I am amazed by how great the cover of the classic track is. The second best on the album.
5. Monster Magnet-"Heads Explode" 4/5
Very good. Not such a masterpiece as it is a song that is just there for a quick jolt of fun.
6. Godhead (featuring Marilyn Manson)-"Break You Down" 3/5
The first lyrics of this song really catch you attention ("I've got a gun in my hand, and I feel like a man, I'm the pope of my generation...") but sadly trail off as the song progresses.
7. Linkin Park-"One Step Closer" 2/5
O.K. for a band that stinks as bad as Linkin Park.
8. Pantera-"Avoid The Light" 5/5
The best track on the album. Actually, one of Pantera's strongest songs. I love it, great riffing, and great lyrics.
9. Static-X-"Ostego Undead" 3/5
Not one of Static-X's best song, but pretty good none the less. Pretty repetative as well.
10. (hed) Plante Earth-"Swan Dive" 5/5
A really great song that is just too messed up to describe.
11. Taproot-"Day By Day" 3/5
Unoriginal nu-metal. Catchy, but worthless.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lydia Raven on June 6, 2001
Format: Audio CD
The song "Metro" by System of a Down was enough of a reason to give this CD five stars, especially since I can't find that song anywhere else!! I usually don't listen to metal music, but once in a while its refreshing to crank up my stereo a notch and blast the heavy guitars. Go System of a Down!!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Luke Majors on December 24, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I got this soundtrack after watching the movie. The music in Dracula 2000 was about the only thing that impressed me. After looking at all who were on the CD, i couldn't resist. The funny thing was, i didn't even own CDs from the bands (with the exceptions of Pantera and Disturbed) , i just knew they were supposed to be good, and the music in the movie was awesome. So, i got it, listened to it, and now I want the CDs from every band on the soundtrack. "Bloodline"-Slayer, "Break you Down"-Godhead, "One Step Closer"-Linkin Park, "Avoid the Light"-Pantera, and "Day By Day"- Taproot are NOT throwaway songs you usually find on a soundtrack. It seems like the bands all wrote these songs to go along with the feel of the movie, and they succeeded perfectly. I usually buy soundtracks if they have heavy stuff on them, and so far this is my favorite pick. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because the CD is not a masterpiece, but it's well worth the money. Listen and enjoy.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Nigel Sobers on April 8, 2001
Format: Audio CD
As a relative newcomer to rock/metal, I find this album absolutely mindblowin', the entire album rips with headbangers, but a few tracks really stand out. Monster Magnet (Heads Explode), Godhead (Break You Down) & Powerman 5k (Ultra Mega) After being torn by this album, (I saw the film, and just knew I had to posess this album, damn near dislocated my neck when Monster Magnet came on!!!) I'm sold on this album, PERFECT FOR RIPPIN' OUTTA ANY PARTY JOINT!!!! BUY IT!!! The vibes just keep coming, and especially nice is the fact that the music seems to be tailored just to suit the movie. I'm a convert, and that ain't easy for a 26yr old hardcore rap fan, theres definitely something about rock/metal. The only thing that could have made it any better was if they had included Rob Zombie's (Dragula) Otherwise, this is a stellar work of art. ROCK ON!!!
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