: Strangeland

by: Dee Snider, Various Artists

Audience Rating: R (Restricted)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0016581827028
Format: Soundtrack
Item Dimensions: 4555023494
Label: TVT
Manufacturer: TVT
MPN: MFR016581827028#VG
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: September 22, 1998
Publisher: TVT
Release Date: September 22, 1998
Running Time: 85 minutes
Studio: TVT

Disc 1:
  1. Inconclusion - Dee Snider
  2. Breathe - Sevendust
  3. A Secret Place - Megadeath
  4. Where You Come From - Pantera
  5. P & V - Anthrax
  6. Absent - Snot
  7. Street Justice - Dayinthelife...
  8. Not Living - Coal Chamber
  9. In League - Bile
  10. Sweet Tooth - Marilyn Manson
  11. Eye For An Eye - Soulfly
  12. Serpent Boy (Radio Edit) - (Hed) P.E.
  13. Fxxk Off - Kid Rock
  14. Awake - Clay People
  15. Marmalade - System Of A Down
  16. I'm The Man - Nashville Pussy
  17. Captain Howdy - Crisis
  18. Heroes Are Hard To Find - Twisted Sister
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Strangeland ~ Strangeland
Old- and new-school metalheads unite on this 18-track soundtrack to Dee Snider's film. The best songs here come from the vets. Snider's track with Anton Sanko, "Inconclusion," is dark, Tool-influenced music; it's well-executed and far removed from the Twisted Sister frontman's roots. Megadeth's engaging, Indian-influenced "A Secret Place" and Anthrax's grooving "P-N-V" also rock with energy and melody. But there are some surprises from the new generation of heavy rockers: System of a Down deliver the amusingly tongue-in-cheek, retro-Goth "Marmalade," while the ever-annoying industrial group Bile offer the appropriately sleazy and somewhat catchy electro-rock assault "In League." Twisted Sister themselves reunite for "Heroes Are Hard to Find," an amiable anthem delivered in their classic '80s style. There are also two curious Twisted covers provided by dayinthelife... and Crisis, each group handling one half of the two-part epic "Horror-Teria," the tune from Sister's Stay Hungry that inspired this horror flick. Overall, it's a very mixed bag, but the Snider and Twisted originals are the attraction here, with a few other tracks being pretty decent. --Bryan Reesman

Average Rating: none

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