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Carrie 2: The Rage
Danny B. Harvey
Carrie 2: The Rage
Genres: Pop, Soundtracks
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All Artists: Danny B. Harvey
Title: Carrie 2: The Rage
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Edel America
Original Release Date: 3/12/1999
Re-Release Date: 3/23/1999
Album Type: Soundtrack
Genres: Pop, Soundtracks
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 782124445126

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Music Mainly Inspired by THE RAGE: CARRIE 2
captainhowdy | NJ USA | 06/06/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Overall I'd say that this soundtrack is definitely worth buying, but it might not be satifying for all. I personally think the songs "Crazy Little Voices", "Quick Painless and Easy", Ressurection", "Year Of The Summer", "Sleep", "Looking Down The Barrel", and "Slower I Go" are alone worth buying the CD for. The rest however I didn't really care for,especially the song "Spark Somebody Up" by Budda Monk, which is insanely annoying and has nothing to do with the movie. Only 3 songs in the entire CD were actually in the movie. (Crazy Little Voices, Sleep,& Looking Down The Barrel) If Edel American Records put "13 Cats", "Teddy Boy Kung Foo Weapon", "Mad Love", "Backstabbing Liar", "Far Behind", and some score from the movie like they were "supposed" to, along with all the songs I mentioned before, the soundtrack would have been a definite winner. Considering the 2 songs by 13 Cats ( 13 cats and Teddy Boy Kung Foo Weapon) are in the movie but not yet released on CD by the group, putting them in the CD would've kinda helped us people out as well as the group. Anyway I had to go out and buy some of the songs that were not in Edel soundtrack which was a pain considering they could have just put them in the soundtrack like they were supposed to. In conclusion I'd have to say this soundtrack is good but it is not by any means faithful to the movie."
A surprisingly great soundtrack.
Jeff Perkins (jfpshowstopper@hotmai | Orangeville, Ontario | 09/08/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"After I saw the movie, I was not sure of what music i would find on this CD. I was pleasently surprised. I have never heard of most of the bands on this CD but most did a great job with their contributions to this album. The first track, "Crazy Little Voices" by Ra, is my favourite. Some well known artists include Fear Factory and their song "Resurrection" which is plain and simply awesome. Type O Negative's song "Die With Me" is also a great track. Although I must say that I have only heard good stuff from both Fear Factory and Type O Negative. This CD was a nice surprise since I did not know what to expect. Sure the CD has its let downs but what album doesn't."
All the rage is "Laughter Lines" by SACK
Jeff Perkins (jfpshowstopper@hotmai | 12/20/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Most the songs on this CD are by excellent alternative bands, but the stand out song on the soundtrack is SACK's "Laughter Lines". They are touring with Morrissey on his 'Oye Esteban Tour' and they are simply great. This song was worth the price of the whole CD."