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Dee Snider's Strangeland: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

TVT Records
Dee Snider’s bizarre film debut boasts an awesome soundtrack with a "who’s who" of the current heavy music scene. Fresh cuts from Coal Chamber, Snot, and Sevendust, along with Dee’s own title track "Inconclusion," make this soundtrack worthy of possession, along with cuts from Megadeth, Anthrax, Marilyn Manson, Soulfly and more.

The closing track is a new cut from Twisted Sister, their first new recording in over a decade, and it possesses the same anthemic punch that made Dee Snider and company arena favorites in the ’80s. The most interesting songs are Dayinthelife’s cover of the Sister classic "Street Justice" and an equally diverse cover of "Captain Howdy" by Crisis.

From straight-forward metal, to industrial, rap and thrash, Strangeland contains a wide variety of today’s heavier bands, and is sure to not only please fans of either genre, but to provide a bit of cross-over exposure as well. While I haven’t caught the flick, the soundtrack is more than enough to spark my interest!

- Shane Copher

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