Underworld Evolution CD (2005)

Artist: Various

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heavy tunes to match the movie

by mvo2525@hotmail.com on 7/10/2006

When I first heard this soundtrack, I felt that they went too far with the heavy metal theme. As I continued to listen to the disk though, I came to understand and love the hybrid nature of the songs. The highs and lows, the singing and screaming of the lyrics--truly symbolic of the creatures and pacing of the movie itself. Brilliant! Read More

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Product Overview


Label Lakeshore/red
SKU 202129344
UPC 780163384628
UPC 14 00780163384628
Format CD
Release Date 1/10/2005
Author Various
Associated Artist/Work California Dreams
Associated Artist/Work Original Soundtrack
Technical Info
Engineer Julien-K; Bobby Gold; Isaac Carpenter
Producer Chester Bennington; Julien-K; Chris Vrenna; Danny Lohner; Clint Walsh; Matt Heafy; Jack Dangers; Jason Suecof; Rick Rubin; Rob Caggiano; Joshua Eustis
CatalogID 33846
Lable Name Lakeshore Records
Released 01/10/2006
Original Release 2006
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00780163384628
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel: Chester Bennington (vocals, guitar, synthesizer); Amir Derakh (guitar, synthesizer, programming); Ryan Shuck (guitar); Anthony "Fu" Valcic (synthesizer, programming).
Audio Mixers: Black Light Burns; Dan Turner; Danny Lohner; Andy Sneap; Sean Beavan; Wes Borland; Rob Caggiano; Isaac Carpenter; Joshua Eustis.
Audio Remixers: Julien-K; Chris Vrenna ; Clint Walsh; Gregory Butler.
Recording information: The Secret Studio.
Heavy metal attack, guttural vocals, and sledgehammer volume have long been the preferred musical medium for the discerning hipster undead. While the soundtrack to this neo-Gothic tale of war between vampires and their erstwhile guardians is dominated by metal regulars like Cradle of Filth, Atreyu, and the reliably gruesome Meat Beat Manifesto (whose "Suicide" is a highlight), it's left to unexpectedly sensitive moments, like the intro to Gosling's version of David Bowie's "Cat People," and Slipknot's "Vermilion," to provide a little contrast and dramatic relief. Mostly, though, UNDERWORLD: EVOLUTION is a bloodsucker's dream soundtrack--and with cuts like Senses Fail's "Bite to Break Skin" and Hawthorne Heights' wonderfully titled "Where Can I Stab Myself in the Ears," no self-respecting acolyte of the netherworld should be able to resist.
Disc 1
1 Undertaker, The - (Reinholder Mix)
2 Morning After
3 Where Can I Stab Myself in the Ears - (The Legion of Doom Remix, The Legion Of Doom remix)
4 To the End - (Rnr Cheryl Mix)
5 Vermillion, Pt. 2 - (Bloodstone Mix)
6 Burn - (Alleged Remix, Alleged remix)
7 Last Sunrise, The - (Dusk Mix)
8 Bite to Break the Skin - (The Legion of Doom Remix, The Legion Of Doom remix)
9 Her Portrait in Black
10 Washing Away Me in the Tides
11 Eternal Battle
12 Our Truth
13 Cat People (Putting out the Fire)
14 Why Are You Up
15 Suicide
16 HW2
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heavy tunes to match the movie by mvo2525@hotmail.com on Jul 10, 2006