Heavy Metal 2000 Explicit Lyrics
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ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK Heavy Metal 2000 (2000 US 18-track 2-CD set featuring music from the movie including material from Moster Magnet Pantera Queens Of The Stoange Billy Idol Bauhaus and more the 2nd disc features Hyper CD Technology housed in a tri-fold digipak picture sleeve which has been boldly AUTOGRAPHED by American actress & model Julie Strain on the front in black marker pen - Julie played the main character in the movie)** Complete With Certificate Of Authenticity **
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1. F.A.K.K. U - Ok, sorry, I just don't listen to this. Kinda dumb. 1/5
2. Monster Magnet - Silver Future - Probably my favorite song on this soundtrack. Different from a lot of their newer stuff. Great lyrics and a just overall powerful song. 5/5
3. MDFMK - Missing Time - I liked them better when they were referred to as KMFDM, but this track is surprisingly good and different from most of the stuff on here. 4/5
4. Pantera - Immortally Insane - It's definetly a Pantera song. Fans who like their heaviest stuff will probably love this song. Fits the movie really well. 5/5
5. Zilch - Inside the Pervert Mound - One of the tracks that I just don't like. Doesn't do much for me. 1/5
6. Insane Clown Posse - Dirtball - The WORST group on this CD. 1/5
7. System of a Down - Storaged - Short but sweet. This song was taken from the Sugar EP which is now out of print, so diehard SOAD fans should track this song down. 5/5
8. Days of the New - Rough Day - To be honest, I didn't like their first CD, but the new stuff is pretty good. More than just your typical grunge. 4/5
9. Sinisstar - Psychosexy - One of Fred Durst's new bands. Actually pretty good and different than most bands out there. A very punk-ish track. 4/5
10. Queens of the Stone Age - Infinity - Heavier than most of their stuff. Sounds a lot like the Doors. Fits the movie really well though. 5/5
11. Machine Head - Alcoholocaust - Different than anything on the Burning Red. Kind of a muddy track though, not up to standards. 4/5
12. Full Devil Jacket - Green Iron Fist - One of my favorite new bands. Grunge mixed with heavy metal. Josh screams more on this track than in most of their other songs. 5/5
13. Hate Dept. - Hit Back - I had never heard of these guys until this soundtrack. Not really my type of music. Too much like Marilyn Manson. 1/5
14. Puya - Tirale - Very good use of the bass on this song. Sort of mellow for Puya, but still, a very very great track. 5/5
15. Apartment 26 - Dystopia - Not one of their best songs, but can be cool to listen to if you're in the mood for something different. 3/5
16. Billy Idol - Buried Alive - Typical Billy Idol. Even though he's old, he's still got it. A very moody, creepy track. 4/5
17. Coal Chamber - Wishes - Way better than a lot of their album stuff. Wishes is a B-Side from Chamber Music. Very energetic. 5/5
18. Bauhaus - Dog's a Vapour - I realize a lot of people who bought this soundtrack were fans of this band and wanted something new, but it's definetly not my type of music and it's really boring to me. 1/5
Overall, Heavy Metal 2000 is a really great soundtrack with only about 3 songs to avoid. It's a good mix, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to discover some newer bands.
However, one of the draws for this was supposed to be the second disc, including a special issue of the magazine that was only available on the second CD. Problem is, the crappy and totally retarded "Hyper CD Technology," is nothing but a method for the issuers to keep people from accessing the media on the disc, without having to connect on-line LIVE to a site which, from my guess, provided either the headers for the files, or a live encryption key. And you had to be in contact with the website at the time, or it just wouldn't work.
WELL, GUESS WHAT? Just like almost all commercial movie media based websites, the domain (and obviously the site) died very quickly... I believe they only managed to survive for 15 months. So, like the first track of the album, the producers basically said "FAKK U," to anybody who is a fan of the movie, the music, and the magazine. Thanks you greedy bastards!
The second CD is basically nothing more than a coaster, and several hackers have tried to figure out how to access the material, to no avail...
3-1/2 stars for the music, but halve that since the other part of the package is just useless garbage in the form of a polycarbonate disc.