Spider-Man 3 Soundtrack
The Spider-Man 3 soundtrack features some real heavy hitters. IGN.com reviews the soundtrack from the film. Read on:
As with most summer blockbusters Spider-Man 3 comes with its own accompanying soundtrack. Keeping in long standing tradition, it’s not so much a soundtrack as it is an album of songs “inspired” by the film. Okay, so several of the tracks are “in the film” per se, that is if you count them blasting over the end credits as being “in the film.” Let’s face it, how many of you actually stay through the credits these days? Exactly.
Despite being relegated to the end of the film, the soundtrack features a list of heavy hitters ranging from Snow Patrol to The Killers, Jet, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Wolfmother, and The Flaming Lips.
The album kicks off with Snow Patrol, who continue their descent from once quirky indie band into Arena pop theatrical hell, delivering emotive and emphatic lushness that will resonate with the masses. To be fair, “Signal Fire” is engaging with its combo of piano and frontman Gary Lightbody’s plaintive vocals, but it also rings with a caught in the headlights of a passing truck blasting Coldplay type of vibe that’s pretty damn hard to ignore. Focus on the skirling guitar crush and rippling symphonic cadence and you’ll survive the impact.
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