Spider-Man CD (2002)

Artist: Soundtrack

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Product Overview


Label Cbs/epic/wtg Records
SKU 60554706
UPC 696998640221
UPC 14 00696998640221
Format CD
Release Date 4/30/2002
Author Soundtrack
Associated Artist/Work California Dreams
Associated Artist/Work Original Soundtrack
Technical Info
Engineer David Bianco; Dennis Sands; Ducky Carlisle; James Murray; Mark Niemiec; Patrick Thrasher; Daryle Swann; Joey Moi; Karl Egsieker; Ken Andrews; James Barton; Marti Frederiksen; Andrew Scheps; Thom Russo; Andy Ellis; Butch Walker
Producer Corey Taylor; Deryck Whibley; James Murray; Gordon Raphael; Greig Nori; Bleu; Steve Richards; Pelle; Daryle Swann; Jeff Tomei; Jerry Cantrell; Joe Perry; Joey Moi; Ken Andrews; James Barton; Macy Gray; Malcolm Springer; Alien Ant Farm; Marti Frederiksen;
CatalogID 86402
Lable Name Sony Music Distribution (USA)
Released 04/30/2002
Original Release 2002
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 65m : 27s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00696998640221
Album Notes and Credits
Original score composed by Danny Elfman.
"Hero" (Chad Kroger/Josey Scott) was nominated for the 2003 Grammy Awards for Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.
Personnel: Chad Kroeger (vocals, guitar, percussion); Josey Scott (vocals); Kerry King, Tyler Connolly (guitar); Matt Cameron (drums); Andrew Scheps, Thom Russo (programming).
Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; Dave Way; Dennis Sands; James Murray; Jeff Tomei; Joe Perry ; Joe Moi; Ken Andrews; James Barton ; Marti Frederiksen; Randy Staub ; Rich Costey; Steven Tyler ; Tom Lord-Alge.
Audio Remixers: David Schiffman; Rick Rubin; Tom Morello.
Admittedly, one of the main revelations gleaned from the film SPIDER-MAN is the fact that Willem Defoe always DID sort of look like the Green Goblin. Beyond this realization, and whatever additional pleasure may be inherent in the film itself, the attendant soundtrack album is a tour de force through the world of heavy rock/nu-metal/pick-a-name circa 2002. Chad Kroeger kicks things off with a power ballad remiscent of the Staind hit "It's Been Awhile," but from there on most of SPIDER-MAN is filled with raging guitars, pounding drums, and primal-scream-therapy vocals courtesy of Alien Ant Farm, Injected, and many others. The few divergences from the melee include the Stooges-after-rehab sounds of The Strokes and the Hives, the sultry neo-soul of Macy Gray, and a hard-hitting take on the original Spider-Man cartoon theme (the template for which opens the disc) by Aerosmith.
Professional Reviews
NME (Magazine) (5/11/02, p.37) - 8 out of 10 - "...A wicked soundtrack!....the 19 tracks are of an unusually high standard for these affairs....the soundtrack is at the top of its game..."
Disc 1
1 Theme - (from "Spiderman")
2 Hero - Chad Kroeger/Josey Scott
3 What We're All About - Sum 41/Kerry King (original version)
4 Learn To Crawl - Black Lab,Learn To Crawl - Black Lab
5 Somebody Else - Bleu
6 Bug Bytes - Alien Ant Farm
7 Blind - Default
8 Bother - Corey Taylor
9 Shelter - Greenwheel
10 When It Started - The Strokes
11 Hate To Say I Told You So - The Hives
12 Invisible Man - Theory Of A Deadman
13 Undercover - Pete Yorn,Undercover - Pete Yorn
14 My Nutmeg Phantasy - Macy Gray (Morello mix)
15 I-IV-V - Injected
16 She Was My Girl - Jerry Cantrell
17 Main Titles
18 Farewell
19 Theme - Aerosmith (from "Spiderman")
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