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Spawn: The Album [Original Soundtrack]

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AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Using the rap-meets-alternative Judgment Night soundtrack as a blueprint, the soundtrack to the dark, violent comic book fantasy Spawn boasts collaborations between rockers and electronica artists. Conceptually, the album is intriguing, but it's also flawed, since most electronica artists flourish when they work without the structural restraints that tie down most rockers. Furthermore, many of the rockers on Spawn: The Album are heavy rockers, which means they tend to overwhelm any of the subtleties of the electronica artists. And, outside of that, only a few of the pairings make sense -- the Prodigy and Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello make for the best teaming, but Henry Rollins and Goldie are intriguing as well. Often, Spawn sounds like unrealized ideas and failed experiments, which is too bad, because many of the artists here could have done much better.

Track Listing

Title/Composer Performer Time Stream
1 Filter / The Crystal Method 04:28 SpotifyAmazon
2 Marilyn Manson / Sneaker Pimps 04:21 SpotifyAmazon
3 Kirk Hammett / Orbital 03:45 SpotifyAmazon
4 The Dust Brothers / Korn 03:21 SpotifyAmazon
5 Moby / Butthole Surfers 04:12 SpotifyAmazon
6 Metallica / DJ Spooky 04:39 SpotifyAmazon
7 Stabbing Westward / Wink 04:53 SpotifyAmazon
8 Mansun / 808 State 05:27 SpotifyAmazon
9 Tom Morello / The Prodigy 04:14 SpotifyAmazon
10 Silverchair / Vitro 04:28 SpotifyAmazon
11 Goldie / Henry Rollins 05:19 SpotifyAmazon
12 DJ Greyboy / Incubus 03:22 SpotifyAmazon
13 Atari Teenage Riot / Slayer 04:16 SpotifyAmazon
14 Soul Coughing / Roni Size 05:26 SpotifyAmazon
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