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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 31, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: September 10, 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • ASIN: B0002VEQWU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #166,688 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Slipknot - Vermilion
2. The Used - Just A Little
3. The Cure - Us or Them
4. ,Lacuna Coil - Swamped
5. A Perfect Circle - The Outsider (Renholder Mix) (unreleased mix)
6. Killswitch Engage - The End Of Heartache
7. Rammstein - Mein Teil (unreleased)
8. DevilDriver - Digging Up The Corpses (unreleased)
9. Cradle Of Filth - Nymphetamine (unreleased, will be on forthcoming album in stores 9/28)
10. CKY - Escape From Hellview
11. Deftones - The Chauffeur
12. H.I.M. - Join Me In Death
13. Demon Hunter - My Heartstrings Come Undone
14. Thrice - Under A Killing Moon
15. 36 Crazyfists - Bloodwork
16. Cold - End The World (acoustic) (unreleased)
17. Rob Zombie - Girl On Fire (Resident Renholder Mix) (unreleased mix)
18. Massive Attack - Future Proof

Editorial Reviews

On August 31 comes the soundtrack to Resident Evil: Apocalypse, the sequel to the #1 $100 million box office sensation. Resident Evil: Apocalypse opens in theatres on September 10 and is based on one of the best selling video games ever. The film finds Milla Jovovich (5th Element, Zoolander) returning as Alice, one of only two survivors of the contained biochemical disaster that took place in Resident Evil. To survive, she will need to battle a relentless onslaught of the ravenous undead. Resident Evil: Apocalypse is a terrifying action-packed adventure of survival.

Customer Reviews

Good soundtrack, i love every single song on it.
Christopher Parry
Bought this for my son and husband and they said it's a great cd, that anyone who liked the movie will love this cd.
Either way, its still a good song and gets a thumbs up from me.
Dark Eyes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Azrael on September 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Reading through the reviews on this site really shows what is wrong with music today. It's not the music that has a problem, but the so-called fans. It's becoming very clichéd not to like a band because they are popular, and that shows from the few bad reviews this soundtrack has received. As of the time this was written, there are currently two bad ratings, and two mid-ranged ratings. It seems the only complaint the two negative reviewers can come up with is that most of the bands featured on this album are mainstream, and therefore instantly bad. So just because a band happens to get lucky and gets noticed by the majority of the public, they are automatically worthless. Never mind the fact that they had to bust their asses to get to where they are today, and if they were unsigned they'd probably be worshiped by these so-called music lovers.

Now, once you get down to what these reviews should be about, you'll find a very solid album. It defiantly fits the movie, with all of the tracks having a dark and brooding feel to them. Lots of heavy, guitar laden tracks that are perfect for slaying zombies or banging your head to. I especially enjoyed "The Chauffeur" by the Deftones and the acoustic version of "End of the World" by Cold. Overall, I love this album, and I think if people would get over the whole "I don't like them because they are popular" crap, a lot more people would enjoy this album as well.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A. Estes on November 14, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The soundtrack to "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" doesn't seem to have much to do with the movie. Now, I haven't seen it, but I can't find any corelation between zombies and love songs. But that's neither here nor there. I didn't buy the soundtrack because of the movie, I bought it because of the impressive set-list. Everything a metal or hard-rock fan could want is here. Everyone from Cradle Of Filth to The Used and The Cure to Cold are represented on here. This compilation is distributed by Roadrunner Records, which means the newest singles by the most popular bands in their roster are present here. Killswitch Engage's "End Of Heartache" and Slipknot's "Vermillion" arrive in the form of remixed radio edits. Now honestly, does anyone who buys these albums get offended by some screaming, or some thick guitars and obscenities? Hardly. So why bother? The edit of "End Of Heartache" absolutely butchers the original. Cradle Of Filth's "Nymphetamine," another single, is a highlight. I was never a fan of the band (no offense, just not my bag), but the added female vocals lend the song much more appeal and dimension. A song that is both beautiful and ugly at the same time. Demon Hunter's "Heart Strings Come Undone" is the best song on here, in my opinion. Another love (or anti-love, however you view it) song, which actually sounds nothing like what Demon Hunter usually does. Danny Lohner remixes tracks from A Perfect Circle ("The Outsider") and Rob Zombie ("Girl On Fire"). As always, his remixes are fun and interesting and toally warp the original work. The Deftones' cover of Duran Duran's "The Chauffeur" and Cold's acoustic version of "End Of The World" are both great rarities that are worth buying the compilation for alone.Read more ›
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Erica Anderson on August 31, 2004
Format: Audio CD
A couple of weekends ago, I picked up a promotional copy of the soundtrack to "Resident Evil: Apopcalypse". I thought it was worth checking out after I saw the track list awhile back. Although I do not care for Slipknot, The Used, and Cradle of Filth, I still wanted to hear the soundtrack for the Lacuna Coil, The Cure, Rammstein, and Massive Attack tracks. Much to my surprise, I found myself enjoying the soundtrack more than I imagined. I still don't like the Slipknot and The Used songs but most of the cd totally rocks and I am not a metal fan. I didn't like The Cure song. It isn't the same Cure that I fell in love years ago. Their new album was a big disappointment for this longtime fan. The tracks that I especially loved the best were Cradle of Filth (thanks in part to former Theatre of Tragedy vocalist Liv Kristine with her vocals she contributed to the song), Rammstein, CKY, Killswitch Engage, HIM, and Rammstein. I especially love "Nymphetamine" by Cradle of Filth and "Join Me In Death" by HIM. I never imagined myself enjoying a CoF song but I did. It was melodic yet heavy. Dani Filth's duet with Liv was truly one of the highlights of the soundtrack for me. HIM's "Join Me In Death" took my breath away. It was simply one of the most beautiful songs on the cd. Rammstein is still Rammstein with "Mein Teil". Just classic Rammstein. I can't wait for their new cd to come out later this fall (probably October or November). I can never tire of Lacuna Coil's "Swamped" even if the song isn't new or previously unreleased. All in All, "Resident Evil: Apopcalypse" is a great soundtrack. I haven't been able to stop listening to it since I got it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Damian Gunn on February 3, 2006
Format: Audio CD
The great thing about Roadrunner Records putting out a soundtrack is that you know the best of the new metal crowd will be gracing the track list and this effort is no exeption. The first soundtrack was stellar and so I knew this one would be as well. The only problem with the Roadrunner soundtrack releases is the editing process...WHY EDIT THE ALBUM...we, the consumer, do not care about a few curse words...we do buy these artists albums! Anyways, besides that issue, this album is really really top notch.

1. Slipknot - Vermilion

Kicking things off is a more mellow track by the insane Slipknot. It shows a softer side by them and while not my favorite track (the remix on the Underworld Evolution Soundtrack is better) it showcases a creepy eerie vibe and haunting vocals by Cory. Don't get the idea that this is a slow soft song, just not as insane as the normal Slipknot. It still has bite, the teeth have just been dulled a bit. Decent start for the album.

2. The Used - Just A Little

The Used prove here that they are a lot heavier then the average MTV watcher might assume. This song was actually what pushed me to go out and by their latest album with the idea that it has to be good and I was right. The part towards the end where it gets real slow is just awsome. This song is exceptional.

3. The Cure - Us or Them

Not a Cure fan but this song seems to fit well so no complants here. I could have found a more deserving track to go here by some other Roadrunner labelmate, but oh's not terrible.

4. Lacuna Coil - Swamped

If you have never heard of Lacuna Coil you need to buy their CD Comolies ASAP. They are one of the greatest bands ever.
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