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Spawn: The Album (1997 Film) Soundtrack

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In a bordering-on-brilliant idea, the overseers of The Spawn soundtrack proposed an idea to a host of bands that went something like this: "you metal kids go play nice with the electronic geeks and maybe you'll make beautiful music together." Well, guess what? It happened. From the sexy, screamy sounds of the opening cut "Can't You Trip Like I Do" (courtesy of Filter and The Crystal Method) to the funkified "One Man Army" (Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello mixing it up with The Prodigy), the disc is as hot as the Spawn's home and twice as heavy as the monster himself. If you like the CD, rent the video; the soundtrack is front and center in the film, kind of like MTV with a plot. --Denise Sheppard

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In a bordering-on-brilliant idea, the overseers of The Spawn soundtrack proposed an idea to a host of bands that went something like this: "you metal kids go play nice with the electronic geeks and maybe you'll make beautiful music together." Well, guess what? It happened. From the sexy, screamy sounds of the opening cut "Can't You Trip Like I Do" (courtesy of Filter and The Crystal Method) to the funkified "One Man Army" (Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello mixing it up with The Prodigy), the disc is as hot as the Spawn's home and twice as heavy as the monster himself. If you like the CD, rent the video; the soundtrack is front and center in the film, kind of like MTV with a plot. --Denise Sheppard
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 29, 1997)
  • Original Release Date: July 29, 1997
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • ASIN: B000002C1C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,510 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Since years have passed and I have matured enough to write a better review, here it goes...

This is one of the darkest and most superb soundtracks that is out there right now. Combining rock metal with electronica was pure genius. Each song has its own significant deliverance, such as revenge and restoration. Filter and the Crystal Method's "(Can't You) Trip Like I Do" had me hooked for months with its dance-like tone, while Orbital's remix of "Satan" with Kirk Hammett made my spine tingle with its creepy rhythms. "Tiny Rubberband" is so wierd it's incredible. "Familiar" and "A Plane Scraped Its Belly on a Sooty Yellow Moon" are so-so songs, otherwise this CD overall is a must for people who enjoy metal and techno. This gets an A+ from me.
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the spawn soundtrack has the largest collaboration of big named artists i have ever seen on any cd ever. 2 bands per song, a couple of songs are just unforgettable

trip like i do by crystal method and filter was by far the best collaboration of any groups. this is one of my favorite songs ever made. track 1

long hard road out of hell from marilyn manson and sneaker pimps was one best songs by either of these bands and i am a fan of both of theirs. track 2

tiny rubberband from butthole surfers and moby was a great song, slow paced and great to listen to. great butthole surfers song. track 5

familiar from dj greyboy and incubus has to be the best incubus song i have heard because i don't like much of their other songs and this one is enjoyable. track 12

the rest of the soundtrack was still very good, but those are my highlights to the cd. if you haven't heard this cd, get it. you will love it especially if you are a fan of any of the many, many artists.
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I had the album in high school when it first came out and ended up losing it, and was stoked to get it on here. Still love 15 years later. It's got a great variety, and the combination of artists for each song is really unique.
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freaky crossover and jumble of artists everyone will recognize. the cool thing is what they all ended up doing with the unusual combo's, the music came out crazy awesome! Wanna hear Metallica Kurt play with DJ Spooky? Here you go! If you're a metalhead or like the hippin hoppin it's something you WILL enjoy!
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Thanks to the pioneering work done Rick Rubin et al. back in the day, the very idea of mixing dance and hard-rock has become the norm these days. Ten years back, however, it was not as widely accepted nor as likely to be a commercial success, thus the decision to produce an album of some of the hardest rockers and phatest beat-meisters was a risky one. Couple that with the usual unpredictable nature of soundtrack sales and you could have been looking at both an artistic and commercial white-elephant. Is that the case, here? Definitely not so! What we have here is perhaps the best ever example of dance-rock fusion. An outstandingly original selection of both tunes and pairings; fourteen solid tracks all uniquely original yet which all somehow see, to come together under a common theme, a common sense. Brilliant. What continues to amaze me is that nearly a decade after its release I still enjoy listening to this CD as though I just bought it yesterday, it is timeless excellence and a record that should be in the collection of anyone who appreciates great music, music without boundaries. All in all I cannot convey the staggering excellence of this varied offering, take a listen for yourself, if you like progressive music or dance-based rhythms, I am certain you won't be disappointed.
N.B. Incidentally if you are looking for a CD to run to or cycle to, then this is the CD for you. Go out for a ride with this plugged in your ears and you'll cycle twice as fast! Guaranteed!

Personal favourites:
Track #6. For Whom The Bell Tolls (The Irony Of All) - Metallica & DJ Spooky
Track #13. No Remorse (I Wanna Die) - Slayer & Atari Teenage Riot

- anyone who rates this less than four stars should never have bought the CD in the first place, because it's clearly NOT the music for them and thus renders their review entirely worthless. A total of fourteen tracks, TWENTY-EIGHT collaborators - it would be impossible to rate this CD so low.
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Like my review says, this was the first CD that I bought. It helped guide me into the direction of music that I wanted to listen to. It seems that there is a rule that bad movies have good soundtracks. This is supported here. (The movie was god awful) But this is different. The spawn Soundtrack is no ordinary Soundtrack. Every song is made by an industrial group and a metal group (most the time). Every song is different and every song is unique. One of my favorites here is Filter and Crystal Method's (Cant You) Trip like I Do. Unfortunately it seems it's the only good song I have heard out of either of these guys. The songs that take the cake are Marilyn Manson & the Sneaker Pimps' A Long Hard Road Out of Hell, Korn & the Dust Brother's Kick the P.A. and Slayer & Atari Teenage Riot's No Remorse. There is also a bizarre remix of Metallica's For Whom the Bell Tolls (with DJ Spooky?). The song Tiny Rubberband was the first song I had ever heard by the Butthole Surfers (With Moby) and I'm glad of it because they have become one of my favorite bands, it's a slow weird eerie song that most people here don't even mention but I like it. The song Spawn by Silverchair & Vitro is great and somewhat disturbing.

I wouldn't say that there are any bad songs at all with the exception of T-4 Strain by Henry Rollins & Goldie and the song Skin Up Pin Up by Mansun (NOT MANSON) with 808 State. It also took me a while to get used to track 14. If your looking for an excellent industrial/metal compilation (or something along the lines of that) then I suggest you pick up a copy of this. But don't see the movie! Watch the Animated Series instead.
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