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  • idlethreat (edited 4 years ago)

    For me, I think that the soundtrack to The Crow was amazing. The songs seemed to capture the gritty reality of the world in which The Crow inhabited.

    Nine Inch Nails did an amazing remake of Dead Souls that, I think sounds even better than the original. I think that Golgotha Tenement Blues by Machines of Loving Grace is probably one of the finest tracks recorded in the mid-90's. Hell, even the Cure track was even darker and harder than garden variety The Cure.

    It's a splendid soundtrack that goes well with the movie. Stands on it's own, even today.

    Dammit. Now I gotta go find my copy and watch it again.