Soundtrack
Daredevil: The Album


2.5
average

Review

by pizzamachine USER (211 Reviews)
February 23rd, 2011 | 26 replies | 6,104 views


Release Date: 2003 | Tracklist

Review Summary: boring album is boring.

3 of 3 thought this review was well written

Nothing compliments a big budget action flick better than a glass of cool mainstream rock. Not. You know, I wouldn’t be surprised if the film’s producer thought the actual movie was edgy and elite. Such a false assumption must have been a driving force for producing the film, so it’s quite predictable that the sound track turned out as regrettable as the film. Ironically, I wouldn’t even be surprised if the brains behind the Daredevil soundtrack thought the songs they picked were gritty. I only say all of this because they were dead wrong. The soundtrack to the film is about as edgy as Ben Affleck’s red, skin tight underwear.

I can just see it now. Ben Affleck, awakening from his coffin, gets up and puts his costume on. Deciding to go for a morning exercise, Daredevil prepares his high-tech musical device to play music as soon as he jumps off a building. Walking up to the ledge, he pauses for a second, and then leaps off. While falling, he could hear the sounds of the civilians walking the streets; he could hear the sounds of the cars; he could hear the sound of the music he was playing which was exactly the same kind of music that every radio in every vehicle in the vicinity was playing simultaneously. Oh wait, I guess that last part ruined it. Allow me to pose a question. Would the ultra-cool Daredevil, the one with heightened senses, the blind guy that still gets the girls - that guy - would Daredevil really settle for the radio friendly, average rock that the common man listens to? I highly doubt it.

No matter how many flimsy tracks are in the album, you have to give them props for including such an impressively popular roster. Almost all the big names of rock/post-grunge are here, so in that respect it did something right. It’s also impressive that every single song, at the time of the album, was newly produced. It’s safe to say that they didn’t gyp us in that respect either, and yet there is still so much to disrespect about the album. I don’t care if you’ve got the big names in music; both Transformers movies tried that and ended up with dreadful soundtracks. In the end, tossing a bunch of radio rock songs together and calling it a soundtrack is sloppy and cheap.



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iFghtffyrdmns
February 23rd 2011



7047 Comments


i chuckled softly to myself throughout this read, good job.

I saw this movie about 50 times cause I was madly "in love" with Jennifer Garner, but really I think seeing her dance around in her skin tight somethings just may have been the impetus to my first boner. Now you just need to review the elektra soundtrack...

pizzamachine
February 23rd 2011



12571 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Actually, I already did!

iFghtffyrdmns
February 23rd 2011



7047 Comments


....Respect.

Tyrael
February 23rd 2011



20829 Comments


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a Rolling Stone reviewer?
No, its a pizzamachine! Nice review.

BallsToTheWall
February 23rd 2011



44205 Comments


Ben Affleck.........reedeemed himself with The Town.

Digging: My Chemical Romance - Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge

bloc
February 23rd 2011



34790 Comments


Yeah, apparently The Town was really good.

So I guess you could say Daredevil also compiled this soundtrack? Geddit? Because he blind?

Digging: Interpol - El Pintor

Tyrael
February 23rd 2011



20829 Comments


Yeah The Town is pretty good.

BallsToTheWall
February 23rd 2011



44205 Comments


Also Evanesence rules...or ruled whichever one isd more applicable.

BassDemon333
February 23rd 2011



3368 Comments


I hated this movie lol

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IAmKickass
February 23rd 2011



840 Comments


I didn't mind the Evanescence song, but everything else is bad..

omnipanzer
February 23rd 2011



21442 Comments


One of my favorite Superheros with arguably the worst movie but i thought Ben Affleck did an ok job.

That list of groups is my personal hell btw.

Irving
Staff Reviewer
February 23rd 2011



7178 Comments


Irving read. Irving laugh. Irving happy. Irving pos.

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kingjulian
February 23rd 2011



1297 Comments


I loved this in 7th grade lol.

Gyromania
February 23rd 2011



15508 Comments


God awful soundtrack/movie

LaughingMan
February 23rd 2011



19 Comments


I like The Man Without Fear and Until You're Reformed, but everything else sucks.

Defeater
February 23rd 2011



5782 Comments


why the fatass jew would you review this as if it was new

Irving
Staff Reviewer
February 23rd 2011



7178 Comments


I review Disney albums like they were all made only yesterday.

Emim
February 24th 2011



26618 Comments


So I guess you could say Daredevil also compiled this soundtrack? Geddit? Because he blind?


Except he has super hearing.


FAIL

omnipanzer
February 24th 2011



21442 Comments


The Town wasn't bad I'll give him that.

bloc
February 24th 2011



34790 Comments


Except he has super hearing.


FAIL


Haven't seen this bitch in the longest time and this is what I get...



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