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It's one of the most highly anticipated movies of the year and it's got a rocking soundtrack to boot! Based on the classic Marvel Comics hero, the Columbia Pictures film 'Spider-Man 2', which opens around the nation on Wednesday, June 30, is the successor to 2002's record-breaking 'Spider-Man' and promises to be one of the major blockbuster hits of the year.
'Spider-Man 2 - Music From and Inspired By' is a collection of music written and performed by a generation of musicians influenced by the power and mystery of the Spider-Man character, his conflicts and his adventures.
• Did You
• Hold On
• Gifts And Curses
• This Photograph Is Proof (I Know You Know)
• Give It Up
• Lucky You
• Who I Am
• The Night That The Lights Went Out In Nyc
• Meant To Live
• We Are
• Someone To Die For
• Spidey Suite
• Doc Ock Suite
• I Am
Having enjoyed the movie, I was quite looking forward to listening to the soundtrack properly, but ended up being a bit disappointed with it when I finally got the chance to.
Some of the songs aren't too bad, and if I'm in the mood to just have music (with just a hint of a dark edge to some of it) playing in the background, but not actually be listening to it, then this CD is one I'd possibly play. Otherwise, it'll probably just stay on the shelf with the other not-so-good-but-ok-every-now-and-then CDs I have.
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