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Spider-Man 2 - Music From And Inspired By Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 22, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: June 30, 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Columbia / Sony Music Soundtrax
  • ASIN: B00027JZ20
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (120 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #152,888 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Vindicated - Dashboard Confessional
2. Ordinary - Train
3. Did You - Hoobastank
4. Hold On - Jet
5. Gifts And Curses - Yellowcard
6. Woman - Maroon 5
7. This Photograph Is Proof (I Know You Know) - Taking Back Sunday
8. Give It Up - Midtown
9. Lucky You - lostprophets
10. Who I Am - Smile Empty Soul
11. The Night That The Lights Went Out In NYC - The Ataris
12. We Are - Ana
13. Someone To Die For - Jimmy Gnecco featuring Brian May
14. Spidey Suite - Danny Elfman
15. Doc Ock Suite - Danny Elfman

Editorial Reviews

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For such a sleek, high-flying superhero Spiderman seems to have surprisingly earthy tastes in rock & roll. No Jurassic 5. No Franz Ferdinand. Not even the White Stripes, whose color motif would have made perfect sense find space on his CD shelf. Instead, the latest installment of the comic book saga leans heavily toward explosive tunes by strapping tattooed men who aren't afraid to cry: Dashboard Confessional's "Vindicated," Hoobastank's "Did You," and Taking Back Sunday's "This Photograph Is Proof (I Know You Know)." Is it because underneath that sinister-looking costume Peter Parker is just another sensitive guy who only wants to be loved? Well, um, yeah. It's still a little hard to figure out how Train snuck past the gate, especially when the best material here comes from impeccably cool rockers like Lostprophets and Jet. --Aidin Vaziri

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Customer Reviews

Most of the songs are actually very good.
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This movie and the soundtracks are great.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M. Miller on July 21, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Going with the previous success with the first Spider-Man soundtrack, I figured that the second one would probably be good too. Well, although at first I was not too impressed, I listened to it a few times and realized it's a good cd. I especially like the first five songs with Dashboard's Confessional's Vindicated being my favorite. The train song is really good and the Jet song, which I believe was the only song actually used in the movie, was also good. Those first five songs make it four stars for me.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 29, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Let me just say first of all, that this CD was excellent. It basically had all of my favorite bands and smashed them together into one, magnificent, brilliantly-made CD. The movie better be this good, because if it is, i'll be going to it every weekend. Here's how I rate the songs:
1. Dashboard Confessional-Vindicated: This is an excellent song to start off the CD, and it is well worthy of becoming yet another hot single for DC. 10/10
2. Train-Ordinary: This is a darker, more hard rock approach by Train, and it doesn't dissapoint. Although it isn't as great as Dashboard Confessional's "Vindicated", it is one of their best songs. 9/10
3. Hoobastank-Did You: This song is from one of my favorite bands, but I did not like it as well as I thought I would. However, it was not disappointing enough for me not to listen to it over and over again. Overall, good. 8.5/10
4. Jet-Hold On: This song is yet another great performance by Jet. This song is very fun to listen to. 9/10
5. Yellowcard-Gifts and Curses: Yellowcard is my favorite band, and it is proven yet again by this amazing song. There is a violin solo and a guitar solo in it. It has amazing and catchy lyrics, and this is the best song on the CD. 11/10
6. Maroon 5-Woman: Maroon 5 sure likes to make slow songs. "Woman" is another example of this. Even though it is slow, it still is catchy. 8/10
7. Taking Back Sunday-This Photograph is Proof (I Know You Know): I don't know what all the buzz is about this group because I am not that familiar with them. But anyway, I agree that this is an amazing song. It gets a little redundant towards the end, but I can handle that. 8/10
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Beardyjin on July 11, 2004
Format: Audio CD
So what is it that makes a good soundtrack album a good soundtrack album? Well, for me, the most important thing is cohesion. I ask myself: does the album work as a whole, does one song flow into the next while maintaining the feel of the movie, and perhaps even enhancing the movie going experience? In the case of the Spider-Man 2 soundtrack the answer is YES!
Usually I don't go for the kind of slick "Matchbox 20 rock," this album is chock-full of, but ultimately it won me over completely. Heck, I even like the TRAIN song on this album, and I hate TRAIN! But on this album their song works. A mellowed out tune by JET works, even neo-punk-meisters Yellowcard works. Even the guitar work of the mighty Brian May of Queen works in adding a tinge of eighties arena rock goodness.
Like the film, the soundtrack carries tones of meloncholic isolation that give way to an uplifiting acceptance. The final two instrumental tracks from the original score album by Danny Elfman are excellent cappers and send you soaring right back into the film. I highly recommend this album for not only fans of the movie, but for those who like to just hear a good album, one that carries a theme and works as a whole--one that will be on repeat in your CD player for a long time to come.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Aaron M. Goslar on December 28, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Definitely better than the first movie's soundtrack. Vindicated by Dashboard Confessional is probably the most recognized song from this soundtrack and I find okay I'm not a big fan of Dashboard, but I was pleasantly surprised by this album. I even liked the songs by bands that I am not to fond of such as Yellowcard(builds up nicely in the middle and the violin adds a little something extra). Train and the Ataris also contribute good songs for the soundtrack. The tracks I would highlight are by Jet(are very good when they slow down), Midtown(totally rocks) and Taking Back Sunday(another good uptempo song). But the track I enjoy the most is "Someone To Die For" by Jimmy Gnecco(Ours) and Brian May(Queen) Jimmy has one of the best singing voices on the music sceen right now and Brian May has an incredible guitar sound all his own and both artists really sound good together. Definitely a sound track worth buying.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 31, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The soundtrack to the movie "Spiderman 2" is a really great album. It's the only place to find Dashboard Confessional's wicked song "Vindicated" other than purchasing their single. I love Train and the song "Ordinary" was no disappointment. The song by Hoobastank is no match for "The Reason" and is rather mediocre. I was pretty shocked at Maroon 5's song "Woman". I love this band but that song stinks. Yellowcard proved themselves once again with "Gifts and Curses", creating one of the best songs on the album. The rest of the cd is so-so but that is overshadowed by a few outstanding singles. The last two tracks are orchestrations of the Spiderman and Doc Ock Suite. They are also great. I highly reccommend this cd especially if you enjoyed the original Spiderman soundtrack and the Daredevil soundtrack.
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