The follow up to The Crow features a soundtrack with more of an alternative/nu metal vibe to it than its predecessor. There are three cover songs such as Hole covering Fleetwood Mac’s “Gold Dust Woman”, White Zombie’s spooktastic cover of KC and the Sunshine Band’s “I’m Your Boogeyman”, and Bush solemn cover of Joy Division’s “In A Lonely Place”. The rest of the tracks feature cuts from Korn, Deftones, Filter, and a live performance from Iggy Pop.
A good bit of variety on this soundtrack and even though it is not as impactful as the soundtrack to the first Crow movie, it is still worthwhile listening to. Here’s a sample to see if it strikes your fancy.
Till next time, stay scared!!
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