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Heavy Metal 2000-Soundtrack Limited Edition


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Audio, Cassette, Limited Edition, April 18, 2000
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1. F.A.K.K. U
2. Silver Future
3. Missing Time
4. Immortally Insane
5. Inside the Pervert Mound
6. Dirt Ball
7. Storaged
8. Rough Day
9. Psychosexy
10. Infinity
11. Alcoholocaust
12. Green Iron Fist
13. Hit Back
14. Tirale
15. Dystopia
16. Buried Alive
17. Wishes
18. The Dog's a Vapour

Product Details

  • Audio Cassette (April 18, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Wea Corp
  • ASIN: B00005YN47
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,494,491 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Customer Reviews

That's ok, though, the album's still worth the buy.
bugger
Most soundtracks I find myself having to skip over a bunch of tracks just to get to the few I do like, but I like just about every song on this CD.
A. Estes
I looked at Heavy Metal's web site about the movie, and it looks to be a single story line, instead of six story lines as in the original film.
Astrotrain

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. Estes on October 24, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Heavy Metal 2000 is probably one of the best soundtracks I have ever purchased in my life. It has a good variety of modern metal. You have grunge-metal (Full Devil Jacket, Monster Magnet) techno-metal (MDFMK, Apartment 26) full on heavy metal (Pantera, Machine Head) and many others in between. Most soundtracks I find myself having to skip over a bunch of tracks just to get to the few I do like, but I like just about every song on this CD. Time for the run-down:
1. F.A.K.K. U - Ok, sorry, I just don't listen to this. Kinda dumb. 1/5
2. Monster Magnet - Silver Future - Probably my favorite song on this soundtrack. Different from a lot of their newer stuff. Great lyrics and a just overall powerful song. 5/5
3. MDFMK - Missing Time - I liked them better when they were referred to as KMFDM, but this track is surprisingly good and different from most of the stuff on here. 4/5
4. Pantera - Immortally Insane - It's definetly a Pantera song. Fans who like their heaviest stuff will probably love this song. Fits the movie really well. 5/5
5. Zilch - Inside the Pervert Mound - One of the tracks that I just don't like. Doesn't do much for me. 1/5
6. Insane Clown Posse - Dirtball - The WORST group on this CD. 1/5
7. System of a Down - Storaged - Short but sweet. This song was taken from the Sugar EP which is now out of print, so diehard SOAD fans should track this song down. 5/5
8. Days of the New - Rough Day - To be honest, I didn't like their first CD, but the new stuff is pretty good. More than just your typical grunge. 4/5
9. Sinisstar - Psychosexy - One of Fred Durst's new bands. Actually pretty good and different than most bands out there. A very punk-ish track. 4/5
10. Queens of the Stone Age - Infinity - Heavier than most of their stuff.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Astrotrain on April 28, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I was disappointed in this soundtrack. I am from the oldergeneration of fans who enjoyed the original Heavy Metal film andsoundtrack. I would have thought Ozzy or Metallica would have contributed some music on here... nada! Monster Magnet and Pantara have a good tunes, but that's about it. Other then that, its from more of the new wave of grunge bands. The original one had some big names, at the time, Cheap Trick, Black Sabbath, Devo, just to name a few. I looked at Heavy Metal's web site about the movie, and it looks to be a single story line, instead of six story lines as in the original film. And the film will be shown on a TMC ENCORE, and at theaters but only at midnight showings. I hope the movie does not follow the soundtrack, that would be a huge disappointment. I made the same mistake I did with "Rob Zombie Presents: Frankenstine", NOW THAT WAS A WASTE! Not an ounce of Zombie music on there, just old film score from the vaults. This is the second time I have bought a "lemon". L8TR!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 21, 2000
Format: Audio CD
When I heard that a new Heavy Metal movie was being produced, I immediately began to wonder when the soundtrack was going to be released and what artists would contribute to it. After all, I have been a great fan of the original movie and I thought its soundtrack was one of the best ever. So, while I was looking up information about the new soundtrack, I came across several reviews (many from this site) for the original movie soundtrack. What really seemed to surprise me about some of those reviews was the fact that some newer fans felt "cheated" or disappointed in that album's content. They felt that since it was called "Heavy Metal", it should have been wall-to-wall riffs and power-chording. However, they may have failed to realize that the Heavy Metal movie name came from the popular sci-fi magazine of the same name, not from the type of music that would be found on its soundtrack. Well, it seems the producers of this soundtrack have forgotten the same thing. Aside from tracks from Monster Magnet, Bauhaus (great to hear new stuff from them!), Pantera, and a few others, a good portion of the album is just filler noise. I certainly hope the movie doesn't follow in the soundtrack's footsteps and fail to deliver onscreen. It would truly be a shame.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 15, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best soundtracks that I have. The soundtrack starts out with a short 1:44 long song called F.A.K.K U, which isn't too bad. The soundtrack really takes off after that with Monster Magnet's "Silver Future". It has a really great sound and overall beat. Then comes MDFMK's song "Missing Time". I have never heard this band before but I really loved their blend of techno. Pantera, who I have grown more fond of recently, adds a hard rockin' contribution to this album. Zilch is another band that has a great techno sound. Next comes Insane Clown Posse with Twiztid. I was actually a little suprised that they had a rap group on this album, among all the other hard rock bands. Although I really can't stand Insane Clown Posse I thought this song wasn't too bad. It raps through out most of it then goes in to a hard rocking chorus. System of a Down's song was short, but I liked the fast beat. System of a Down always rocks. Days of the New, good as always, had a great new song "Rough Day". Sinisstar was a band that I have heard of before and now got a chance to hear them. The lead singer has a voice that rocks, as goes the same for the song. Queens of the Stone Age was a band I have never heard of before, but found their sound to be very good. Machine Head rocks hard with "Alcoholocaust". Next with Full Devil Jacket I got to hear a harder side to them. I first heard them on the Scream 3 soundtrack and loved them. I was also happy with their song on this album. Hate Dept. and Apartment 26 were also both very good. With the song "Tirale" by Puya I was a little disapointed. It's okay because the majority of the cd rocks. Finially I come to my favorite. Coal Chamber's "Wishes" kicked the most ass on the cd.Read more ›
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