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The Crow: Salvation (2000 Film) Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Vinyl (March 28, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Koch Records
  • ASIN: B00004NKBT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,865,562 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Best Things
2. Living Dead Girl [Naked Exorcism Mix]
3. Bad Brother
4. Warm Winter
5. It's All over Now, Baby Blue
6. What You Want
7. Big God
8. Painful
9. Antihistamine [Forgotten By The World mix]
10. Independent Slaves
11. Everything Sucks (Again)
12. Waking up Beside You [Remix]
13. Now Is the Time ["The Crystal Method Millennium" Mix][Version]
14. Burning Inside
15. Rusted Wings
16. Underbelly of the Beast

Customer Reviews

Whenever i go into Hot Topic from now on, Id like to to hear this CD.
Chris
I just watched it and it was really good --and I've always like Fred Ward and he plays a bad guy to perfection.
Crystal
The tracks by Rob Zombie and Monster Magnet are both some their best, and Filter, Kid Rock (Yes, Kid Rock!
J. Shaltz

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Brett D. Cullum VINE VOICE on April 5, 2000
Format: Audio CD
It's odd that a new soundtrack would feature so many "old" songs. Rob Zombie and Filter offer new remixes of their popular songs, and Hole offers a remix of "It's All Over Now Baby Blue" which was available as a B-side on the "Malibu" single. The Tricky Track is a barely remixed version of antihistimine, and Kid Rock's contribution "Warm Winter" dates from 1995. So if you are a fan of these bands looking for new material be forewarned! However, the soundtrack is a great compilation of some of the best artists in the alternative rock scene. THE CROW has always featured great soundtracks, and this is no exception! I enjoy the music better than the films in most cases, and I was not disappointed this time around. Definitely a must-have CD for all you alt-rock fans because it gives you a good mix of great bands. The perfect solution for "what do I play" while cruising around this Summer.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on June 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
An eclectic lineup for a soundtrack indeed (if you want an even more eclectic lineup check out The Crow: City of Angels soundtrack), The Crow: Salvation soundtrack will keep you interested for a while, but it will wear thin rather soon. Filter and Rob Zombie continue the contest of "how many soundtracks can we be on" with remixes of "The Best Things" and (yet another remix) "Living Dead Girl" respectively, while Kid Rock offers a surprisingly solid song entitled "Warm Winter". Hole offers a cover of Bob Dylan's "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue", a solid track it is, but not as good as their cover of "Gold Dust Woman" from The Crow: City of Angels soundtrack. Static-X and Fear Factory's Burton C. Bell offer a cover of Ministry's "Burning Inside", which is good, but lacks the punch of the original. Stabbing Westward offers a remix of "Waking Up Beside You", but I think the original version would have been better suited for the movie's theme. Danzig's remix of "Belly of the Beast" entitled "Underbelly of the Beast" is a remix that actually works out rather well, and is in some respects better than the original. Other tracks from Days of the New, Pitchshifter, Monster Magnet, and New American Shame round out the package, but all in all this soundtrack is a mixed bag, but worth checking out nonetheless.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 31, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I received an advanced copy of the latest Crow soundtrack, Salvation. So I have had plenty of time to soak in the atmosphere, so to speak. The atmosphere is full of regret, sorrow, pain, and anger, just what we would count on from a soundtrack with the Crow name on it. What I did not expect was to find a Crow soundtrack that had as much groove, as it does emotion. Starting with Filter's 'The Best Things', Zombie's 'Living Dead Girl', I found my body moved, as well as emotions. Jeff Most has put together, in my opinion, the best soundtrack of 2000. There are a few firsts for a Crow album, on the soundtrack. Two songs that are pretty much instrumentals, Crystal Method's 'Now is the time', and Sins' 'Painful'. The later, a mix of club beats, and alternative guitar, that mixes very well. The other first is the acoustic 'Independent Slaves', from Days of New. In a time when we are seeing music "mixed" to death, 'Slaves' is a refreshing hark back to bare bones rock. With the movie not set to be released for alteast another month, the soundtrack paints a very good picture of the movie, making those of us anxious for the movie, even more so! Crow fans have had a tough 12 or 14 months with the cancelations of the Image comics, the series, and constant delays with the movie. However, the soundtrack gives us hope that 2000 will be a rebirth of The Crow!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lady Ankou of Maidenfear on November 4, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Sometimes I feel like I'm one of six people who really liked this film. A major part of why I like it is this soundtrack. It's hard, driving, merciless rock fun.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "lady_harley" on April 17, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I have loved this movie and all of the soundtracks to it from day one it all came to life..Nobody though will compare to Brandon Lee..He was the original and always will be..I hope this new cd and movie bring it all back to life..The second Crow movie was kind of a bomb..but the cd was rockin as are all the Crow cd's..
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "blackacidevil" on May 9, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I was surprised by this cd. First off it is mostly remixes of older songs by these artists which wasn't surprising. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this album. Kid Rock, Static X, and Filter's tracks are all pretty good and i don't usually like those artists. Rob Zombie's remix of "Living Dead Girl" is something to note. I was a little dissapointed with Stabbing Westward, one of my favorite artists, but there remix is all right, the original is better though for "Waking Up Beside You". Overall the albums seems to portray the movie well (if its anything like the previous Crow movies). There is a lot of techno-industrial stuff and the lyircs to most of the songs capture the Crow well. The best track overall has got to be Danzig "Underbelly of the Beast", a remix of "Belly of the Beast" off the new Satan's Child cd. It rocks and is probably better than the original and the chorus portrays teh Crow almost perfectly "Down in the belly of the beast I lay, all I save is my pain." Definitly worth your money!
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