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Soul Survivors Soundtrack 
Review by antiGUY

Soul Survivors Soundtrack 
Label: Gold Circle Soundtrax
Release Date: 9/25/01
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Tracks:
  • Harvey Danger Authenticity
  • The Presidents of the USA Tiny Explosions
  • Amen The Price of Reality
  • Floodnine Skin Diver
  • Rakit Rage Power
  • Mygrain T.H.C.
  • Project 86 Spill Me
  • Jet Set Satellite The Goodbye Latter
  • DB9D9 No Light
  • Matt McKenna Song About the Future
  • Tree Adams Khyber Pass 
  • Supreme Beings of Leisure Never the Same
  • Dan Licht Suite From Soul Survivors

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    Soundtracks are a tricky business, if done right they can help a movie's success. Here we have the soundtrack to the new teen horror flick, Soul Survivors starring Wes Bently (American Beauty), Luke Wilson (Blue Streak) and Casey Affleck (Goodwill Hunting).  This soundtrack starts off strong with "Authenticity" from Harvey Danger A romping rocker with an infectious melody and a chorus that stays with you after the song is long over. Next up is "Tiny Explosions" a great track from the Presidents of the United States 2000 release "Freaked Out & Small".  The rest of the CD contains songs from lesser-known artists, but that doesn't mean it's simply filler. This CD contains great songs from all over the musical spectrum including the punkish "The Price of Reality" from Amen,  a great metal song "Skin Diver" from Floodline, Project 86 contributes a hard core nu-metal monster with "Spill Me" in a style reminiscent of The Step Kings.  Jet Set Satellite shows their stuff with the hard rocking "The Goodbye Letter".  Then you get the psychedelic rocker "Song about the Future" from Matt McKenna. 

    I wasn't' expecting much when I popped this CD in but was pleasantly surprised with a great collection of tracks the meld together nicely. While it doesn't contain a superstar roster, this is a solid collection of great songs from artists that should soon begin making waves on the music scene.  Having never seen the movie I can't tell you if the movie is a smash or a bomb but if the soundtrack is any indication, it should kick ass!  Then again, you can't judge a movie by it's soundtrack, so even if the movie doesn't appeal to you this is one soundtrack I have no problem recommending. 

    With the exception of Rakit, who is on our s*** list for sending us a ton of SPAM(note to unsigned bands, sending spam only pisses people off especially if you are stupid enough to send multiple emails to the same person!), this soundtrack comes highly recommended.
     
     

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