Valentine (2001 Film)

// January 5th, 2020 // Linkin Park
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Tracks: “Love Dump” – Static X, “Pushing Me Away” – Linkin Park, “Take a Picture” – Filter, “Opticon” – Orgy, “Superbeast” – Rob Zombie and more!This horror film about Valentine’s Day can be excused for excluding Barry White on its soundtrack. The collection is not meant to be heartwarming. It is, essentially, a bloodletting. The lineup is a solid “who’s who” of aggressive techno-metal in 2001: Marilyn Manson, Filter, Rob Zombie, Static-X, Deftones, and Orgy lead the way for up-and-coming acts Amanda Ghost and Snake River Conspiracy. Most of these tracks have been released before; however, many are remixed and some are otherwise difficult to come by. The special remix of Static-X’s “Love Dump” was previously only available as a 12-inch vinyl single. Rob Zombie’s “Superbeast” has been given a “porno holocaust mix.” Disturbed’s “God of the Mind” was only available on import copies of The Sickness. Happy holiday! –Rob O’Connor

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3 Responses to “Valentine (2001 Film)”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Awesome soundtrack!

  2. Anonymous says:

    “Valentine” is an excellent soundtrack.It has a lot of good music from some of the best modern heavy metal bands such as Linkin Park, Disturbed, Orgy and many others. “Opticon” by Orgy is my favorite song on the cd. I could listen to it for hours.Rob Zombie has a pretty good “Porno Holocaust” remix of “Superbeast”, though I prefer the version on the “End of days”soundtrack. I prefer the LP cut of Static-x’s “Love Dump” over…

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