Cover image for Queen of the damned music from the motion picture.
Title:
Queen of the damned music from the motion picture.
Publication Information:
Burbank, CA : Warner, [2002]

â„—2002
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.

"Parental advisory--Explicit content."
Language:
English
Contents:
Not meant for me / Wayne Static of Static-X -- Forsaken / David Draiman of Disturbed -- System / Chester Bennington of Linkin Park -- Redeemer / Marilyn Manson -- Slept so long / Jay Gordon or Orgy -- Dead cell / Papa Roach -- Change (in the house of flies) / Deftones -- Down with the sickness / Disturbed -- Cold / Static-X -- Headstrong / Earshot -- Penetrate / Godhead -- Before I'm dead / Kidneytheives -- Excess / Trickey -- Body crumbles / Dry Cell.
UPC:
093624828525
Format :
Music CD

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An hour's worth of contemporary metal constitutes the soundtrack for the vampire movie Queen of the Damned. The unusual element that lifts this collection beyond being a typical various-artists album masquerading as a soundtrack is the inclusion of five specially written songs by Jonathan Davis and Richard Gibbs that relate, at least slightly, to the film. Davis and Gibbs have persuaded a who's who of metal vocalists -- Wayne Static of Static-X ("Not Meant for Me"), David Draiman of Disturbed ("Forsaken"), Chester Bennington of Linkin Park ("System"), Marilyn Manson ("Redeemer"), and Jay Gordon of Orgy ("Slept So Long") -- to sing their songs. The rest of the album is dominated by tracks from Warner metal albums by the likes of Static-X ("Cold"), Disturbed ("Down With the Sickness"), and Deftones ("Change [In the House of Flies]"), plus a few tracks licensed from other labels and metal bands, including Dry Cell, who preview their forthcoming album with "Body Crumbles." The result is an overview of the metal music of the day, with its crunching guitar chords, pummeling drums, and harsh vocals singing desperate lyrics. The gothic, threatening tone of the music is appropriate to a horror movie, but the soundtrack also does double duty as a genre sampler. ~ William Ruhlmann