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Daredevil: The Album

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  • Let’s start with a little background. I’m a huge Daredevil and Marvel Comics fan. Basically? I’m a Marvel Zombie. To say the least, I had a particular idea of what a Daredevil soundtrack should be like. Unlike Spidey, this cd didn’t disappoint.1. Fuel – Won’t Back Down (9/10): Strong opening track, that was clearly written for the movie, by the lead guitarist Carl Bell. 2. The Calling – For You (10/10): Written by the lead vocalist and lead guitarist, this is a fantastic, beautifully sung song that has all kinds of movie references. This is what Spidey’s ‘Hero’ TRIED to be.3. Saliva – Bleed For Me (9/10): Strong track written by Josey Scott that, again, ties in with the movie. One point off for slight repetitiveness.4. Seether – Hang On (9/10): Another strong track, cowritten by bass guiterist Dale Stewert. One point off for slight repetitiveness.5. Nickleback – Leard the Hard Way (6/10): The first disappointment. It has nothing to do with the movie, and I’m not a fan of Nickleback. Still a decent song.6. Drowning Pool & Rob Zombie – Man Without Fear (8/10): Fun track by the vocal god himself. It’s obviously for the movie, with some fun lyrics, but is pretty repetitive.7. Nappy Roots – Right Now (0/10): I hate this song. It’s rap, with no correlation with the movie.8. Moby – Evening Rain (0/10): I am not of fan of Moby, and he’s a “love/hate” artist, unfortunately.9. Evanescence – Bring Me To Life (10/10): I’ve been a huge Evanescence fan for years, ever since their first indie cd, and seeing them find so much success is wonderful. Buy the DD soundtrack for this song alone if you have doubts, because this is the only place where you can get this version of it with Paul McCoy.10. Chevelle – Until You’re Reformed (7/10): Not the strongest track, and Evanescence is hard to follow, but decent nonetheless. 11. Hoobastank – Right Before Your Eyes (9.5/10): Great song, that fits with the movie. Nearly a 10!12. Paloalto – Fade Out/In (7/10): Good song, with a strong chorus, but with a few weak spots. 13. Revis – Caught In The Rain (8/10): Great song! It’s overshadowed by other tracks, but well worth a listen.14. Boysetsfire – High Wire Escape Artist (9/10): Fantastic! This song made me a fan of the artist. One point knocked off for the out of place death metal screaming near the end.15. Autopilot Off – Raise Your Rifles (7/10): Short and feels out of place, but it’s a fun song the nonetheless.16. Graeme Revell – DD Theme (3/10): As a musical score fan, this kind of butchering ticks me off. From what I can hear of the actual score, it doesn’t sound that great anyway, but it’s hard to tell. Very disappointing.17. Evanescence – My Immortal (10/10): Absolutely and utterly stunningly beautiful. I’ve loved this song from their indie cd, but nothing prepared me for the new reworking of it. Amy’s vocals are breathtaking, and the new strings to go with the piano are heart wrenching.18. Finger Eleven – Sad Exchange (9/10): Fantastic song that, if the movie plays out the way I think it does, will definately reflect on a certain part of the film.19. Endo – Simple Lies (8/10): Another fantastic song at the end, and should relate to the film. Two points knocked off for the unnecessary death metalish parts near the end.20. 12 Stones – Let Go (9/10): Strong track to close the album. It pales in comparison to My Immortal, but it’s great in it’s own right.To sum it up…run, don’t walk, out and buy it. NOW.

    Posted on January 5, 2010