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The original soundtrack of the 1996 motion picture
, sequel to the 1994 film The Crow: City of Angels . The album includes a cover of the The Crow Fleetwood Mac song "Gold Dust Woman" by Hole, as well as tracks by other heavyweight artists such as White Zombie, Korn and Iggy Pop. Like the original Crow soundtrack, a song by Joy Division (one of O'Barr's favorite bands) is covered, "In a Lonely Place" by Bush.
Initial pressings contained a small
Crow comic in the CD booklet, written by John Wagner and illustrated by Dean Ormston.
Burton C. Bell of Fear Factory, Filter, Tricky and Rob Zombie all returned for the soundtrack. The Crow: Salvation
Track listing [ edit ]
Gold Dust Woman" (originally performed by Fleetwood Mac)
I'm Your Boogie Man" (originally performed by KC and the Sunshine Band)
Harry Wayne Casey, Richard Finch
White Zombie 4:29
Richard Patrick, Brian Liesegang, Matt Walker, Geno Lenardo, Frank Cavanagh
PJ Harvey 3:56
"In a Lonely Place"
(originally performed by Joy Division)
Ian Curtis, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, Bernard Sumner
"Tonite Is a Special Nite"
(Kaos Mass Confusion Mix; from , 1995) The Hell E.P.
Tricky, A. Campbell, Robert Diggs
Tricky vs. Gravediggaz 4:45
Jason Ross, Jason Pollock
Seven Mary Three 4:49
"Knock Me Out"
(from , 1996) In Flight
Linda Perry, Marty Willson-Piper, Grace Slick
Linda Perry featuring Grace Slick 6:51
Vaden Todd Lewis, Darrel Herbert
Brian Welch, Jonathan Davis, David Silveria, James Shaffer, Reginald Arvizu
Stephen Carpenter, Chi Cheng, Abe Cunningham, Chino Moreno
I Wanna Be Your Dog" (live at Rock for Choice 1995; originally performed by The Stooges)
Dave Alexander, Ron Asheton, Scott Asheton, Iggy Pop
Iggy Pop 4:45
Lisa Papineau, Tyler Bates Pet
"City of Angels"
Frost, Gilbert RueDaFlores, Julio Gonzalez, Tony Gonzalez, Kevin Gully, Cold 187um
Above the Law featuring Frost 4:53
The Crow: City of Angels reached its peak on the Billboard 200 Albums List on #8 On August 31, 1996.
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