Mission: Impossible II (soundtrack)

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For the movie's score, see Mission: Impossible II (score).
Mission: Impossible II: Music from and Inspired by
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Soundtrack album by various artists
Released May 9, 2000
Genre Alternative metal, alternative rock
Length 63:14
Label Hollywood
Producer Various
Mission: Impossible chronology
Mission: Impossible (1996) Mission: Impossible II (2000) Mission: Impossible III (2006)
Singles from Mission: Impossible II: Music from and Inspired by
  1. "I Disappear"
    Released: May 9, 2000
  2. "Take a Look Around"
    Released: July 31, 2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Music from and Inspired by Mission: Impossible II is the Soundtrack for the movie Mission: Impossible II. It was certified gold for 100,000 copies shipped in Japan in August 2000.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Take a Look Around" - Limp Bizkit
  2. "I Disappear" - Metallica
  3. "Scum of the Earth" - Rob Zombie
  4. "They Came In" - Butthole Surfers
  5. "Rocket Science" - The Pimps
  6. "Have a Cigar" (Pink Floyd cover) - Foo Fighters and Brian May
  7. "Mission 2000" - Chris Cornell
  8. "Goin' Down" - Godsmack
  9. "What U Lookin' At?" - Uncle Kracker
  10. "Backwards" - Apartment 26
  11. "Karma" - Diffuser
  12. "Alone" - Buckcherry
  13. "Immune" - Tinfed
  14. "My Kinda Scene" - Powderfinger
  15. "Carnival" - Tori Amos
  16. "Nyah" - Hans Zimmer feat. Heitor Pereira
  17. "Iko-Iko" - Zap Mama

NB: Many versions of this soundtrack have extra songs on them that are not available on the North American releases of the album. For example:

  • The U.K. version includes the song "Iko-Iko" from Zap Mama.
  • The Asian version includes 2 extra songs: "Iko-Iko" by Zap Mama and "Afraid Of What?" by Leon Lai, which contains a mixture of English and Mandarin.

Court case[edit]

The illegal online availability of a demo of the song "I Disappear" prior to the release of the soundtrack led to the 2000 U.S. district court case Metallica v. Napster, Inc.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Allmusic review". Retrieved August 4, 2010. 
  2. ^ "GOLD ALBUM 他認定作品 2000年8月度" [Gold Albums, and other certified works. September 2000 Edition] (PDF). The Record (Bulletin) (in Japanese) (Chūō, Tokyo: Recording Industry Association of Japan) 491: 8. October 10, 2000. Archived from the original (PDF) on January 22, 2014. Retrieved January 22, 2014.