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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 12, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: March 15, 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • ASIN: B000062Y7M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,647 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. My Plague (New Abuse Mix) - Slipknot
2. The Fight Song (Slipknot Remix) - Marilyn Manson
3. Something Told Me - Coal Chamber
4. Everyone - Adema
5. Invisible Wounds (The Suture Mix) - Fear Factory
6. Anything But This - Static-X
7. Name Of The Game - The Cyrstal Method
8. Dig (Everything And Nothing Remix) - Mudvayne
9. Hallelujah - Rammstein
10. Dirt - Depeche Mode
11. Release Yo' Self (Prodigy Mix) - Method Man
12. What Comes Around (Day Of The Dead Mix) - Ill Nino
13. 800 - Saliva
14. The Infinity - Five Pointe O
15. Resident Evil Main Title Theme (Score) - Marilyn Manson
16. Seizure Of Power (Score) - Marilyn Manson
17. Reunion (Score) - Marilyn Manson
18. Cleansing (Score) - Marilyn Manson

Customer Reviews

Love the movie and soundtrack.
Samuel G
People accuse Korn and Metallica and the likes of selling out, but hey, they never cut up one of their songs just so it would get radio play.
Andy
The Slipknot track is cool - softer than the album version - but still good.
Poleypole

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46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Michael Crane on July 30, 2002
Format: Audio CD
....but I must deduct points for the usless censoring that takes place on this album. Yes, I repeat: The songs are CENSORED. I knew something was wrong. I looked at the cover expecting a "Parental Advisory" sticker, but didn't see one. Hmmmm. This rang very suspicious to me, seeing that most of the bands on this album tend to swear a lot. I pop it in, yep. Swears are blanks. What am I? Twelve? If this movie were rated PG-13, I would've understood, but the movie is rated R. So, that was a BIG disappointment.
Despite that, however, the album is saved by the very cool songs that appear on this soundtrack. I really like the new version of Slipknot's "my plague." More singing than yelling. Slipknot haters call it "watered-down," but I do not agree. The new version sounds great.
The remixes are pretty good. I like the Marilyn Manson remix of "the fight song," which was given the Slipknot remix. The vocals could've been louder, though. But still good.
Bands that appear on the CD: Slipknot, Marilyn Manson, Adema, Mudvayne, Five Pointe O, Coal Chamber, Crystal Method, and many more.
The score by Manson is outstanding. The best part of the album, I think.
Overall, this is an OK soundtrack that would've been spectacular if it were not censored. And no, there is not an unedited version. This is it. So stop waiting for one and either get it or don't. I recommend this CD if you like the bands mentioned above. Again, the only reason why this gets 3 stars instead of 4 or 5 is because of it having the swears taken out of it. If I want a radio edit album, then I will buy one. Until then, leave the friggen swears in, please. It really takes away from the music. If people can't stand the swearing, then it's their right not to listen to the album.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By "kuraineko" on March 17, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Before I bought this CD, I carefully considered it, wondering if it would be able to buck my unlucky trend of horrid CD-buying. Fortunately, it has done that and much more.
Although most of the songs on the CD are remixes of previously released songs, this doesn't take away from the hardcore rock atmosphere the music creates from beginning to end.
Personally, I believe this CD has the sweetest first 'song' of an CD: a creepy introduction by the Red Queen herself, in which she asserts that "you're all going to die down here."
The rest of the CD is a hard rock/metal fan's dream. From the anger-ridden "My Plague (New Abuse Mix)" by Slipknot to the techno-y "Name of the Game (Clean Name)" by The Crystal Method, there is virtually nothing missing, save for perhaps the lack an appearance by one of the best "nu-metal" bands out there, System of a Down.
The end of the soundtrack is a smorgasboard of the original movie score, produced by the incomparable Marilyn Manson. "Seizure of Power" is probably the best, starting off slowly and flowing into a veritable bang-your-head rhythm.
This CD is not for the easy listener: each song has at least one point where you'll hear the beat pound in your head. But if you're like me and have been looking for the perfect CD to rock out to (or just bang your head against the wall, whichever you prefer), this is it.
Oh...and the picture of Milla Jovovich on the back ain't half-bad either.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By LEE WIGNALL on July 5, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I thought this album was great, all the tracks are good, particularly mansons tracks at the end. But, like with practically every soundtrack, there are tracks on the film that didnt appear on the album. What happened to Marco Beltramis part of the score? Junkie XL also supplied some music along with an exellent Spine Shank song:'cyanide 2600' and the remix of Nine Inch Nails' 'wish'. I would have much prefered if they had used every track in the film and made it kind of like the 'lock Stock' or 'Snatch' albums, where the songs are mixed with excerts from the film. They should have done that and then added a couple of extra tracks like the Static X track and Rammsteins one. Instead, they just used Mansons tracks (which are exellent,very atmospheric mixed with meaty drums and grinding guitar sounds) and plonked other tracks with them to make just another metal compilation. When you see the name 'Resident Evil', you expect something scary. All this said though, it is a good album none the less.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on October 22, 2002
Format: Audio CD
The soundtrack for the Resident Evil movie leaves me with a number of questions. The most obvious of which is why is this soundtrack edited? I don't get it, the movie was rated R, and this soundtrack is on Roadrunner Records (whose majority of bands on the label carry Parental Advisory labels on they're albums, not to mention this soundtrack is pretty much a showcase for mostly Roadrunner artists), and as trivial as that sounds, that is just something that doesn't ring right with me. Second off, where is "Fist F..." by Nine Inch Nails? It was featured in the film but not on the soundtrack which is a big disappointment. Most of the remixes featured on here are no where as good as the originals as well. Slipknot's "New Abuse" mix of "My Plague" is nothing special and is really an edited, toned down version of the original song. Marilyn Manson's Slipknot mixed "Fight Song" pales to the original as well. Some good selections from Coal Chamber, Fear Factory, Rammstein, and a surprising appearence from Depeche Mode round out the soundtrack alongside filler from Crystal Method and Method Man, but it's Manson's four tracks of movie score that save this soundtrack from being a drink coaster. All in all, Resident Evil isn't a bad soundtrack, but there are a few far better metal soundtracks out there.
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