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The Crow: City of Angels Soundtrack

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Artist: Various
Genre: Rock/Pop, Soundtrack
Release Date: July 1996

Review by Ken
4 stars out of 4

The Crow sequel was an unthinkable disaster, but its soundtrack is almost spellbinding. Almost every track here is a winner- from the hardcore aggression of Korn's 'Sean Olson' and Deftones' 'Teething' to the industrial frenzy of Filter's 'Jurassitiol' and White Zombie's 'I'm Your Boogieman', this soundtrack has something for everyone. And there's surprises aplenty- such as the breathtaking Bush track 'In a Lonely Place'; which utterly mesmerizes with its unexpected atmospheric beauty and wailing, gothic-like sadness. And 'Paper Dress' from The Toadies is nothing less than a superb hard rock song with deliciously sinister riffs and creepy lyrics. Adding further diversity to this rock/metal- dominated release is the inclusion of 2 enthralling rap songs- 'Tonite Is a Special Nite' by the dueling combo of Tricky Vs. The Gravedigazz and 'City Of Angels' by Above The Law featuring Frost. With music this good, who cares that the movie sucked so bad?



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