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The Punisher Soundtrack

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  • Audio CD (March 23, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: April 16, 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Wind-Up
  • Run Time: 124 minutes
  • ASIN: B0001JXPRA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,207 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Step Up - Drowning Pool
2. Bleed - Puddle Of Mudd
3. Slow Motion - Nickelback
4. Queens of the Stone Age - Never Say Never
5. Seether feat Amy Lee - Broken
6. Smile Empty Soul - Finding Myself
7. Trapt - Lost in a Portrait
8. Chevelle - Still Running
9. Ashes To Ashes - Damageplan
10. Seether - Sold Me
11. Edgewater - Eyes Wired Shut
12. Finger Eleven - Slow Chemical
13. Ben Moody - The End Has Come
14. Strata - Piece By Piece
15. Hatebreed - Bound to Violence
16. Sick - Seven Wiser
17. Complicated - Submersed
18. Time For People - Atomship
19. In Time - Mark Collie

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

The Punisher ~ The Punisher

The pop song-score is often accused of being little more than ancillary merchandising for many a film and the supporting evidence is often hard to deny. But this well-chosen collection of modern rock and metal for director Jonathan Hensleigh's adaptation of the vengeance-obsessed Marvel Comics anti-hero is a gratifying exception; apt sonic seasoning for the film's bleak, contemporary edge. The thrash of Hatebreed, Chevelle, and the new Drowning Pool lineup and tracks by more established acts like Puddle of Mudd, Nickelback, and Queens of the Stone Age (who turn in a smart, chunky cover of Romeo Void's Rock-of-the-80's staple, "Never Say Never") alone would make it a welcome rock-metal sampler. But its 19 tracks also encompass an intriguing range of lesser known bands and one-off collaborations (Seether and Amy Lee, Jerry Cantrell and Damageplan, Ben Moody/Jason Miller/Jason "Gong" Jones); all bristling with a dark, moody energy that perfectly echos the film's dour, relentlessly violent tone. -- Jerry McCulley

Customer Reviews

I would recommend any rock listener to buy this.
Most movies just throw music in, but I could actually see this stuff playing while The Punisher shoots everything and anything that moves.
Other than those songs, the rest of the CD is really good!

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A. Estes on March 25, 2004
Format: Audio CD
In tradition with the "Daredevil" soundtrack, the "Punisher" soundtrack contains a wide variety of bands and styles of rock. Nineteen tracks deep, this collection does a great job at showcasing some excellent new bands (Strata, Edgewater) and giving some old material new life (Seether & Amy Lee). Obviously, there are some throwaway tracks, just like any soundtrack. The Nickelback & Puddle Of Mudd songs are average at best and not really worth more than one listen, and the new Drowning Pool (Jason Jones replacing deceased singer David Williams) is even more corny than ever before. But all is not lost, because some of the best bands out today have put in some of their best new and/or unreleased material. Queens of the Stone Age deliver a superb "Rated-R" b-side 'Never Say Never', while the guys in Damageplan collaborate with Alice In Chains' Jerry Cantrell, creating a song that is better than anything that appears on Damageplan's debut album. Chevelle go a bit darker with their new track "Still Running," Trapt give us a song that is a little more subtle and textured than what is on their debut album with "Lost In A Portrait" while Smile Empty Soul get acoustic with "Finding Myself," a song that would fit in just fine with their debut album. Finger Eleven's song "Slow Chemical," which appeared on some WWF collection a few years ago, sounds better at home here. Seether make two appearances here, one with a brand new song "Sold Me" and a re-working of "Broken," which features new string arrangements and guest vocals, courtesy of Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee (who just happens to be dating Shaun Morgan, singer of Seether). This serves as the highlight of the album.Read more ›
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ken Fontenot TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
"The Punisher" soundtrack is almost exactly like the movie. It has a great start, keeps a good pace throughout, and ends with a bang and a hush. "Step Up" starts off this album with all of the explosiveness that Frank Castle personifies in the flick. Songs by established rockers like Puddle of Mudd, Trapt, and Seether set the tone for the rest of the album. If you really like modern hard rock(I see some of the kiddies call it Nu Metal), then this album will suffice. I'm from the old heavy metal/hair band days of Metallica, Motley Crue and Def Leppard, but I really enjoy some of the new stuff these bands like Drowning Pool and Edgewater are putting out.

Of course there is the token song performed by a band and "Amy Lee of Evanescence." Personally, I feel that she and her band are about to suffer the consequences of major overkill. Also, if you purchased the "Daredevil" soundtrack, you'll find that many of the same artists appear on it and this album. Anyway, don't let that deter you from buying this album. To put it in layman's terms, "It totally rocks, man!"

Also, "In Time" is a sweet treat from Mark Collie. You might remember him from his days as a future breakout artist in country music with songs like "Even The Man In The Moon Is Cryin'." Unfortunately, he did his own thing, got seriously ill, and Nashville didn't place much emphasis on him anymore. He's a great artist that deserves way more than he's received. Glad to see him on this album, even though the young'uns might not like his style because he doesn't growl the lyrics.

Get this one, you'll like it.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Eddie on March 14, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Ok, How can anyone say that this album is not good? This album ROCKS (Though I dont remember hearing alot of these songs in the movie). Now, I address this album as a compilation of Rock songs, and a damn great compilation (19 FREAKING SONGS!!!) it is.


1. Drowning Pool - Step Up - Good start. Not a favourite. I don't like the new DP as much as the old one. (75/100)

2. Puddle of Mudd - Bleed - I like this song, though I hate puddle of mudd, it's amazingly catchy. The singer does a very good job here too. (90/100)

3. Nickelback - Slow Motion - One of the funkiest catchiest songs I've heard in my life. Soaring with amazing vocals. This is one fo my favourites (95/100)

4. Queens of the Stone Age - Never Say Never - I like QOTSA. This is not one of their best releases. Doesn't really go anywhere. (75/100)

5. Seether feat Amy Lee - Broken - the "hit" of the album.. Amazingly overplayed. But still an amazing song (95/100)

6. Smile Empty Soul - Finding Myself - This song hits a nerve for me personally. Amazing acoustic song. (98/100)

7. Trapt - Lost in a Portrait - Very nice song. The chorus is amazing (88/100)

8. Chevelle - Still Running - Regular song. Gets old fast (70/100)

9. Damageplan f/ Jerry Cantrell - Ashes To Ashes - It's a good song, with an amazing chorus, reminiscent of old Metallica and Megadeth. (85/100)

10. Seether - Sold Me - Amazing rocking song. Seether's vocalist is amazing as always. And the chorus.. the chorus.. (92/100)

11. Edgewater - Eyes Wired Shut - Well, its a good song, but edgewater have so many better songs (85/100)

12. Finger Eleven - Slow Chemical - Very nice, kind of mellow, very moody song.
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