Daredevil: The Album
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One wonders what Daredevil the superhero might make of Daredevil: The Album. Given his heightened sense of hearing, the costumed one would probably grab the volume control, since tinnitus-inducing modern rock is the primary fare here. Despite strong new fare from Fuel, Saliva, and Nickelback, the pairing of Drowning Pool with another cartoon character, Rob Zombie, is the clear winner on personality alone. Two cuts from newcomers Evanescence, including the song showcased in the film's trailer ("Bring Me to Life"), also stand out thanks to the dramatic vocals of Amy Lee, who should find favor with Tori Amos fans. Respites from the hard rock action round out the disc: a collaboration between Nappy Roots and P.O.D. guitarist Marcus Curiel is a rap-rock outing that actually satisfies on both levels, Autopilot Off chime in with some peppy emo, and the title theme gets a Chemical Brothers-style big beat overhaul. --Kurt B. Reighley
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Yet DAREDEVIL: THE ALBUM is more than just a one-cut wonder. "Won't Back Down" by Fuel and Drowning Pool's "The Man Without Fear" more than hold their own in terms of vitality and hard-driving. . .
Have I mentioned that "Bring Me To Life" by Evanescence is awesome?
And "Raise Your Rifles" by Autopilot Off is reminiscent of Blink 182's best efforts. . .
"Wake me up! Wake me up inside!"
"Fade Out/In" by Paloalto is pretty good, but I sure could've done without Moby's "Evening Rain" and G. Revell's [bad] "Daredevil Theme". . .
I understand Evanescence is an up and coming band. Probably because of their hit single, "Bring Me To Life," which totally rocks.
Just a tad uneven with a sprinkling of quickly forgettable tracks, DAREDEVIL: THE ALBUM is still a foot-stompin' keeper. I'm just glad I didn't show my bias towards any particular song. That's a relief.
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