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Strangeland Soundtrack

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Old- and new-school metalheads unite on this 18-track soundtrack to Dee Snider's film. The best songs here come from the vets. Snider's track with Anton Sanko, "Inconclusion," is dark, Tool-influenced music; it's well-executed and far removed from the Twisted Sister frontman's roots. Megadeth's engaging, Indian-influenced "A Secret Place" and Anthrax's grooving "P-N-V" also rock with energy and melody. But there are some surprises from the new generation of heavy rockers: System of a Down deliver the amusingly tongue-in-cheek, retro-Goth "Marmalade," while the ever-annoying industrial group Bile offer the appropriately sleazy and somewhat catchy electro-rock assault "In League." Twisted Sister themselves reunite for "Heroes Are Hard to Find," an amiable anthem delivered in their classic '80s style. There are also two curious Twisted covers provided by dayinthelife... and Crisis, each group handling one half of the two-part epic "Horror-Teria," the tune from Sister's Stay Hungry that inspired this horror flick. Overall, it's a very mixed bag, but the Snider and Twisted originals are the attraction here, with a few other tracks being pretty decent. --Bryan Reesman

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Inconclusion - Dee Snider
  2. Breathe - Sevendust
  3. A Secret Place - Megadeath
  4. Where You Come From - Pantera
  5. P & V - Anthrax
  6. Absent - Snot
  7. Street Justice - Dayinthelife...
  8. Not Living - Coal Chamber
  9. In League - Bile
  10. Sweet Tooth - Marilyn Manson
  11. Eye For An Eye - Soulfly
  12. Serpent Boy (Radio Edit) - (Hed) P.E.
  13. Fxxk Off - Kid Rock
  14. Awake - Clay People
  15. Marmalade - System Of A Down
  16. I'm The Man - Nashville Pussy
  17. Captain Howdy - Crisis
  18. Heroes Are Hard To Find - Twisted Sister


Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 22, 1998)
  • Original Release Date: September 22, 1998
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: TVT
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • ASIN: B00000BIH3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,630 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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My taste in music is quite diverse. I am very eclectic and enjoy myriad types of music. I am sometimes in the mood for some music like this. Heavy metal, head banging, dark, and twisted. The movie was far from being film genius, yet I often find myself watching this decidedly disturbing movie when it is on, and have seen it multiple times. The music has the same effect, so it is ultimately something that I will find myself listening to when the mood hits. Definitely not often, but now and then, I will go there.
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Soundtracks are by nature a mixed bag. Usually they are composed of songs that, while from the same Genre, often have no cohesion and flow poorly.
While this soundtrack flows okay, the music on it is almost all stellar. Several bands here are ones I had never heard before, and now their albums are on my Wish List. (hed)pe's "Serpent Boy", Bile's "In League", The Clay People's "Awake" and Nashville Pussy's "I'm the man" are all bands that I will be checking out in more detail.
This soundtrack also holds the last recorded Snot song to ever feature Lynn Strait on vocals. The tragedy of his death is all the more bitter because of how good "Absent" is... it foreshadows what would have been a breakthrough album for Snot.
Ironically, where this soundtrack suffers are where Dee Snider's touch is the heaviest. I don't know the exact circumstances, but for some reason dayinthelife and Crisis contributed tracks that were written by Dee and they just fall flat. The opening "Inconclusion" is pretty cool, sounding a bit like Tool, but "Captain Howdy" and "Street Justice" sound kinda hackneyed. No offense meant, Dee, just what I hear. Strangely enough though, the new Twisted Sister track just works. I dunno why, it's just Twisted Sister, man. :)
Other standout tracks on this are Anthrax's "P and V", Pantera's "Where you come from" and System of a Down's "Marmalade". I found the Manson and Kid Rock tracks to be as uninteresting as the rest of their music.
Bottom line: worth it if you're interested in checking out some good newer metal bands and some good tracks by established acts.
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By A Customer on April 13, 2001
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this soundtrack is among the best compilations i own. actually almost every song is very good on here (exception: the twisted sister track and kid rock). it is put together excellent out of great old metal bands and some nu metal stuff. the highlights are the opening track by former twisted sister vocalist dee snider, breathe by sevendust (in my opinion one of their best songs), p&v by anthrax (a nice old-style metal song), absent by snot (their last and one of their best songs. probably the best on here) and last but not least marmalade by system of a down. the previous released stuff on here (soulfly - eye for an eye. (hed)p.e. - serpent boy, coal chamber - not living and so on) is pretty good too
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Strangeland is hands down a killer CD. Featuring ALL NEW tracks from some of the biggest stars in the business (Manson, Pantera, Megadeth, Anthrax), as well as the next generation of superstars (Sevendust, Coal Chamber, Soulfly), Strangeland is a must for all. The Sevendust track kicks, you gotta hear metal-rapper Kid Rock, and its great to see Twisted Sister back with the cheesy but catchy "Heroes are Hard to Find." The rest don't disappoint either. The best metal soundtack in years.
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Amazing soundtrack! This cd features Megadeth,Soulfly,Pantera,and Anthrax.Butthe surprizes are the first track by Deewhich is very dark and moody.The amazing breathe by Sevendust and Kidd rock's F** off before mtv found him! The choice of twisted covers are also great with dayinthelife doing a great&differt version of the classic track.lus a Twisted sister reunion!1 Drop what your doing and buy this now!!!
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By A Customer on March 31, 1999
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this is the best soundtrack ever.....snot rox pantera kix @$$....coal chamber rox.....system of a down is the greatest hardcore band ever...dee snider's song is great...the twisted sister song is alright..and i dont like twisted sister..
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If you are a big fan of heavy metal music then this is the CD for you. It contains music from some of the top artists in the business today plus some up and coming stars. I highly recommend this CD to anyone!
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Megadeth, Pantera and Anthrax are the only reason I get this OST CD. Sevendust, Manson, Coal chamber , Twisted sister aint bad either.

thx for reading
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