November 19, 2018

Various Artists - Music From & Inspired By M:I-2 (2000)

*A photo of the disc is included in the RAR file.
Country: U.S.A.
Genre: Heavy Metal, Nü-Metal, Alternative Rock, Hard Rock, Stage & Screen
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© 2000 Hollywood Records
Review by Allmusic.com
To their credit, the people behind the MISSION IMPOSSIBLE film franchise decided to give each installment a distinct style, which is why the John Woo-directed second film is far more balletic and noir-ish than Brian DePalma's original. It's also why the songs on the two soundtrack albums are so different.
The first film (1996) was dominated by quirky alt-rock from the likes of Bjork, Skunk Anansie, and Cast; the new one is mostly metal and rap metal (Limp Bizkit, Metallica), with chanteuse Tori Amos as the wild card. (As before, however, most of the songs don't appear in the movie itself.) Hans Zimmer's orchestral score for M:I-2 also has a significantly different feel than Danny Elfman's for the original; unlike Elfman, who favors an ironic post-modern update of classic '30s film scoring, Zimmer opts for a more contemporary, quasi world-beat feel.

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