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Elektra: Album Import

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  • CD (11 janvier 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Wind-Up
  • ASIN : B0006UEVJ0
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Disque : 1

  1. Never There (She Stabs) - Strata
  2. Hey Kids - Jet
  3. Everyone Is Wrong - The Donnas
  4. Sooner Or Later - Switchfoot
  5. Thousand Mile Wish (Elektra Mix) - Finger Eleven
  6. Wonder - Megan McCauley
  7. Your Own Disaster - Taking Back Sunday
  8. Breathe No More - Evanescence
  9. Photograph - 12 Stones
  10. Save Me - Alter Bridge
  11. Beautiful - The Dreaming
  12. Hollow - Submerged
  13. Angels With Even Filthier Souls - Hawthorne Heights
  14. 5 Years - The Twenty Twos
  15. In The Light - Full Blown Rose

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dark, Moody, and Character-Driven 27 juillet 2011
Par Phoenix Child - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
While the film "Elektra" certainly did not meet the heights of its graphic novel origins, at its core it remained a compelling story of an unwilling struggle for redemption. There were quite a few strengths to the film and quite a few weaknesses, but the compilation "Elektra: The Album" highlighted nearly all of the strengths.

In producing a soundtrack to such a character-driven film, it helps to bear in mind the source material -- something that Wind-up surprised nearly everyone by being almost entirely successful with this set list. "Elektra" tells the story of a woman whose life has been ripped apart by tragedy and has allowed herself to sink into the darkness, using her prodigious fighting skills to become the world's deadliest assassin. When circumstances force her to confront her past, her inner self, and her own demons, she finds that she still has the potential for redemption. While the film didn't quite live up to the potential power in this story, the soundtrack follows the character's journey quite nicely and "Elektra: The Album" is a perfect addition to any alternate rock fan's collection.

1. "Never There (She Stabs)" -- The perfect beginning; Strata's stark, moody track is a forceful introspective look at an unbearable relationship and the inability to remove oneself from the situation.

2. "Hey Kids" -- Punk Australian band Jet's new track is a catchy tune that's a perfect middle finger to a crazed world one feels trapped in, much like Elektra and her ongoing battle with both her OCD and her childhood trauma.

3. "Everyone Is Wrong" -- In another surprising punk turn, The Donnas come forward to offer their own sarcastic, caustic commentary from the perspective of one all too aware of the world's disappointments.

4. "Sooner or Later" -- Switchfoot lowers the tone a little in this catchy, almost country-rock tune that is just upbeat enough that the lyrics (which mainly focus on mourning a loss of innocence) really stick with a listener and bear thinking about.

5. "Thousand Mile Wish [Elektra Mix]" -- Finger Eleven moves the album along into a further darkness with a mix inspired by the assassin herself of their song, a moody and introspective acoustic-rock take on wishing for something impossible.

6. "Wonder" -- Newcomer Megan McCauley offers the next dark, acoustic-driven alternative rock track. With powerhouse vocals that sound like Amy Lee meets Courtney Love with a splash of Janis Joplin, this moody tune is absolutely breathtaking.

7. "Your Own Disaster" -- Emo-kings Taking Back Sunday step forward next, but rather than offering some would-be punk fare the band offers a surprisingly aching piano ballad wishing for a loved one to understand that the mess they've made can be laid at their own feet.

8. "Breathe No More" -- Quite possibly one of Evanescence's most moody, haunting piano ballads, Amy Lee's soaring vocals describe a tortured soul's desire to finally be laid to rest.

9. "Photograph" -- 12 Stones provides a new, caustic tune with a catchy beat and inspired lyrics that seems to catch Elektra stumbling from emotion to emotion without a place to rest.

10. "Save Me" -- Alter Bridge, the scion of Creed, once again displays a growing aptitude for a ballad that could be far too moody and yet it isn't; the song's description of a soul who's realised that they can't go on the way they've been is spot-on.

11. "Beautiful" -- The Dreaming lift the mood of the album with a fresh New York underground theme about seeing through the facade of beauty to the ice underneath.

12. "Hollow" -- Submersed offers quite possibly one of the best songs in their catalog; the song picks up on the theme began in "Save Me" to describe someone who can't take in the darkness in themselves any longer.

13. "Angels with Even Filthier Souls" -- Hawthorne Heights steps in with a surprisingly tuneful and catchy track about prickly goodbyes and the stirrings of hope for a new beginning.

14. "5 Years" -- The Twenty-Two's provide the album's sole misstep; the song really has nothing to do with the characters nor the rest of the album. However, '5 Years' is a throwback to Blondie and '80's underground punk and is a surprisingly enjoyable listen -- still, in the grand scheme of the album, it can be skipped over.

15. "In the Light" -- Full Blown Rose ends the album full-circle with a heavy metal ballad of a soul who has finally accepted that she can fight to redeem herself; featuring crunching guitars, sick drums, and soaring vocals, the ending ballad is perhaps one of the strongest songs in the collection and effortlessly captures every facet of Elektra's journey in the film.

Ultimately, "Elektra" can be enjoyed as two separate things -- the first is a extremely well-mixed, sleek collection of alternative and punk rock with a splash of metal thrown in, each song having its own merits and fitting into an overall theme that is never discordant; the second is as an extremely well-fitting compliment to the film it evolved from and perfectly detailing the title character's journey. Either way, it's a solid addition to any music collection and is another strong offering from Marvel's partnership with Wind-up Records.

5 out of 5 stars overall.

**Additional Note: Of these songs, "Sooner or Later", a remix of "Hollow" not featured here, "Wonder", "Photograph" and "Thousand Mile Wish [Elektra Mix]" are the only songs actually featured in the film. The movie's true soundtrack is composed by veteran award-winning composer Christophe Beck and is available on CD from Varese-Sarabande classical recordings.

**Further Interest -- Many of the strengths of "Elektra: The Album" are echoed in other offerings from the Marvel/Wind-up team, including but not limited to Daredevil: The Album, Fantastic Four - The Album, and The Punisher.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Elektra 15 février 2005
Par Oreo Cookie Cookie's N Creame 2017 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is an awesome soundtrack it is fun and enjoyable to listen to. the best songs on this cd are all of them. if you have not listened to this cd then i recommend you do
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Album... 13 juin 2008
Par Melissa A. Greschner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I just love the movie Elektra and had a hard time finding the album in a store and when I was able to find it through Amazon I was thinking- COOL! So far I am really enjoying this cd, there are alot of great songs. I like Meghans song because she also sings the same song on the Fantastic 4 album, Stone Sour's song is sweet and Evanescene's song with Amy Lee- always cool.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Pretty Good soundtrack 16 mars 2013
Par keystenight - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I bought this soundtrack mainly for the song by Alter Bridge but the other songs are good as well. Check it out if you haven't heard it yet.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 elektra 16 juillet 2013
Par barney - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I liked the rythem and I enjoyed the vocals I would recommended this. Album to friends. And other people I know
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