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Song TitleArtist Time Price
listen  1. BurnThe Cure 6:38Album Only
listen  2. Golgotha Tenement BluesMachines Of Loving Grace 4:00Album Only
listen  3. Big EmptyStone Temple Pilots 4:54Album Only
listen  4. Dead SoulsNine Inch Nails 4:53Album Only
listen  5. DarknessRage Against The Machine 3:42Album Only
listen  6. Color Me OnceViolent Femmes 4:11Album Only
listen  7. GhostriderRollins Band 5:45Album Only
listen  8. MilktoastHelmet 3:59Album Only
listen  9. The BadgePantera 3:54Album Only
listen10. Slip Slide MeltingFor Love Not Lisa 5:47Album Only
listen11. After The FleshMy Life With The Thrill Kill Kult 2:59Album Only
listen12. SnakedriverThe Jesus And Mary Chain 3:42Album Only
listen13. Time Baby IIIMedicine 3:51Album Only
listen14. It Can't Rain All The TimeJane Siberry 5:36Album Only


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 29, 1994)
  • Original Release Date: March 29, 1994
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Atlantic
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • ASIN: B000002IWH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,697 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Product Description

1 x CD Album
Europe 1994

1Cure, The ,Burn6:39
2Machines Of Loving Grace ,Golgotha Tenement Blues3:58
3Stone Temple Pilots ,Big Empty4:55
4Nine Inch Nails ,Dead Souls4:52
5Rage Against The Machine ,Darkness3:41
6Violent Femmes ,Color Me Once4:10
7Rollins Band ,Ghostrider5:44
8Helmet ,Milktoast3:59
9Pantera ,The Badge3:53
10For Love Not Lisa ,Slip Slide Melting5:45
11My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult ,After The Flesh2:58
12Jesus And Mary Chain, The ,Snakedriver3:39
13Medicine ,Time Baby III3:50
14Jane Siberry ,It Can't Rain All The Time5:34

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Based on the hit comic book about a man who returns from the dead to avenge his killers, the film adaptation of The Crow suffered a cruel irony when star Brandon Lee (son of martial arts superstar Bruce Lee) died during production after a bizarre onset accident. That event only deepened the film's aura of death and gothic unease, moods that are brilliantly underscored by this well-chosen collection of stark alt rock, dark metal, and industrial dirges.

The opener, the Cure's typically angst-ridden "Burn," is about as sentimental as this album gets, bookended by Jane Siberry's wistful "It Can't Rain All the Time." Sandwiched in between is a virtual primer on powerful mid-1990s alt and industrial rock, from Nine Inch Nails hammering Joy Division's "Dead Souls" into its own image to the blistering snarl of Helmet, Pantera, and the Rollins Band. So-called pop-song scores often have a cheap afterthought feel to them; this one, a refreshingly integral part of the film itself, stands as a great album in its own right. --Jerry McCulley

Customer Reviews

One of the best soundtracks ever!
A. Briggs
Truly, a great movie will have a great soundtrack, and The Crow's amazing collection of songs make it one of the best of all time.
CDC
If you like any of these bands or any of the songs from the movie, GET THIS NOW!!
Pessimystica

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Tristan Maguire on May 29, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Although movies today are released with many songs on the soundtrack, they are there mainly to sell the soundtrack before the movie is released to DVD/video so that more money is made by the producers. Very rarely are they there to enrich the film, and even less rare is a soundtrack that perfectly captures the essence of the mood of the movie. Quite frankly, this movie raised the bar so high in both regards that I don't think it can ever be surpassed. It's truly incredible! I've listened to this CD dozens of times and I never tire of it. From the ultra-cool "Golgotha Tenement Blues" to Nine Inch Nails' wicked "Dead Souls", Rollins Band's brutal "Ghost Rider", and Jesus and Mary Chain's rockin' "Snakedriver", everything about this album is an alt-rock fans dream come true. If you like your music with loud guitars and screamingly intense vocals, yet with creativity and focus, you cannot go wrong with this album. I'm not going overboard when I say it's absolutley brilliant. What a shame it sells a lot less than most of the mainstream garbage that is released these days, and simply because it's considered too edgy and aggressive.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By bridget on November 12, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I hate recent soundtrack albums. It's riddled with "what's hot" songs and genre jumping bands that rarely compliment the movie. That's why I appreciate this album more for it's ability to capture the mood of the film than the songs themselves. But don't get me wrong, there are some amazing songs on this soundtrack. The Cure's "Burn' (with crow cawing samples), a great NIN cover of Joy Division's "Dead Souls",and the fast paced industial tune "After The Flesh" from My Life With The Thrill Kill Cult, are all featured in the film and create an atmospheric backround for the movie's dark scenes. Even if you're not a big fan of the movie itself, the soundtrack gives listeners a great collection of some of the great songs from bands that were at their prime in the '90s.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Iain Black on March 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I recently watched "The Crow" on the Sundance Channel and although I knew about the movie I had never really seen it. I really liked the movie and ordered the soundtrack. I admired the tragic story esp. with the death of Brandon Lee in the making and the stylish filmaking, but there was something special about the movie and the soundtrack really takes you back to the movie. The soundtrack rocks and I am so glad I got it. Even without the movie this collection of early 90's rock really stands out.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By CDC on March 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Crow is my favorite movie of all time, hands down. The moving love/death/life/revenge plot coupled with Brandon Lee's exceptional performance and very talented supporting cast is more than enough than for The Crow to stand the test of time. However, probably the strongest point of the movie lies in its truly awesome soundtrack that captures the mood of the movie perfectly.

As great as the movie is, the soundtrack almost matches its caliber just by itself. A great compilation of independent, some unreleased, alt-rock tracks that add another dimension to the movie. Tracks like "Burn" from The Cure, "Big Empty" from the Stone Temple Pilots, "Color Me Once" from the Violent Femmes, the sentimental "It Can't Rain All the Time" from Jane Siberry, and my favorite, "Slip Slide Melting" performed by For Love Not Lisa.

Truly, a great movie will have a great soundtrack, and The Crow's amazing collection of songs make it one of the best of all time.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Joe Costa on November 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD
words cannot describe how this movie and music has touched my life. when i first heard about lees death i was shocked but coming to the realization that i might not see him in any more films came to this one. the soundtrack is purified to the brink of being probably the greatest soundtrack ever its has to intertwine with the movie and this does. raw voltage of energy and hard metal is the reason why this is a success. the cure , henry rollins rage and stp have made this album feel like your in the movie a great array of music combining with melody at the end.

everyone should own this album a great tribute to brandon lee and the movie thats spawn it a cult classic.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 27, 2003
Format: Audio CD
"The Crow" soundtrack (which is dedicated to the memory of the late Brandon Lee who died while filming the movie and will always be remembered by the part he plays, whether he likes it or not) opens with a spellbinding, quintessential "Crow" song: "Burn" by The Cure, a song linked to the transformational movie scene where Eric Draven (Lee) decorates himself in white foundation, black leather and lipstick after revisiting his trashed apartment. Machines of Loving Grace's "Golgotha Tenement Blues" (#2) and Nine Inch Nails' "Dead Souls" (#4) follow in this same ambiance, keeping with the dark moodiness of the film. The heavier, more aggressive side to this soundtrack can found in tracks like [#9] "The Badge" by Pantera, [#10] "Slip Slide Melting" by For Love Not Lisa, and [#11] "After the Flesh" by My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult--all favorites of mine. After this last song, I generally turn the CD off before the remaining three sappy tracks, which wrap up with the Jane Siberry tune that's titled after the words in the movie: "It can't rain all the time." If you're a fan of this 1994 dark fantasy--or you just like the majority of alternative rock bands/artists on here--then this soundtrack is certainly worth owning. It's a great piece of "The Crow" nostalgia.
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