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Dee Snider's Strangeland
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Category: Hard Rock / Nu Metal
Label: TVT Soundtrax
Catalog Number: TVT 8270-2
Various - See track listing|
|1. ||Dee Snider - Inconclusion |
|2. ||Sevendust - Breathe |
|3. ||Megadeth - A Secret Place |
|4. ||Pantera - Where You Come From |
|5. ||Anthrax - P & V |
|6. ||Snot - Absent |
|7. ||dayinthelife... - Street Justice |
|8. ||Coal Chamber - Not Living |
|9. ||Bile - In League |
|10. ||Marilyn Manson - Sweet Tooth |
|11. ||Soulfly - Eye For An Eye |
|12. ||hedp.e. - Serpent Boy Radio Edit |
|13. ||Kid Rock - Fuck Off |
|14. ||The Clay People - Awake |
|15. ||System Of A Down - Marmalade |
|16. ||Nashville Pussy - I'm The Man |
|17. ||Crisis - Captain Howdy |
|18. ||Twisted Sister - Heroes Are Hard To Find |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: May 25, 2019 at 14:56|
|I don't see what most songs have to do with the movie itself, but I remember Dee at the time saying he wanted the soundtrack to be a vehicle to promote metal. As such, this disc was, and still is, a nice sampler of where American metal was at in 1998. Remember, this was when nu-metal was just beginning to go mainstream. Wimp-rock bands like Semisonic, Marcy Playground, and Third Eye Blind ruled the airwaves, along with grunge-lite like Creed and Live. So here we have tracks by Anthrax, Megadeth, Pantera and Marilyn Manson that were available elsewhere, along with some B-sides from up-and-comers like Sevendust, Snot, Coal Chamber and System Of A Down. There's even an album track from Kid Rock, still mostly unknown but soon to be inescapable. The big attraction for old-schoolers is the new Twisted Sister song, which is anthemic and fist-pumping as you would expect, but sounds a bit dated in its surroundings (unlike Dee's solo song at the other end of the disc, which is right at home).
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: May 25, 2019 at 15:04|
|of the new songs, Sevendust's "Breathe" is disappointing and not very catchy, and it's easy to see why it didn't make their first album. Snot's "Absent" is a bit more ferocious than much of the material on their lone disc. The version of "Not Living" by Coal Chamber is much more raw and agressive than the one that would appear on the next year's Chamber Music. "I'm The Man" is the most "rock 'n' roll" song off Nashville Pussy's debut and is thus a highlight, as is the vicious 'Eye For An Eye," also found on their debut. The two Twisted Sister covers are just kinda "there," the (hed)P.E. track is rap-rock nonsense, and Bile's 'In league" is grimy, repetitive industrial metal. As a whole, this disc takes me back to my freshman year of college, which I've begun to view with some fondness although it was actually a pretty unhappy time. The local AOR station had a metal show late on Saturday nights, and the host relied heavily on this soundtrack, as well as the one from Chucky 4, and the EC
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: May 25, 2019 at 15:08|
|... ECW Extreme Wrestling compilation, to make up his weekly playlist. Interestingly, the show was called "For Rockers Only," and both the promos and the show itself carefully avoided use of the word "metal," opting instead for "heavy rock." If you go on YouTube and search for a channel called "Dusty Old Tapes," I posted a few old episodes that I had recorded. (No, I was NOT the host.)
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