Various ‎– Bride Of Chucky

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MASS 0645 Various Bride Of Chucky(Cass) Metal Mind Records MASS 0645 Poland 1999 Sell This Version
SPV 085-18582 CD Various Bride Of Chucky(CD, Album, Comp) Steamhammer SPV 085-18582 CD Germany 1998 Sell This Version
06076 86264-2 Various Bride Of Chucky(CD, Comp) CMC International Records, BMG Distribution 06076 86264-2 US 1998 Sell This Version
SPV 085-18582 CD Various Bride Of Chucky(CD, Comp) Steamhammer SPV 085-18582 CD Europe 1998 Sell This Version
06076 86264-2 Various Bride Of Chucky(CD, Comp) CMC International Records, BMG Distribution 06076 86264-2 Canada 1998 Sell This Version
06076 86264-2, D126352 Various Bride Of Chucky(CD, Comp, Club) CMC International Records, BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. 06076 86264-2, D126352 US 1998 Sell This Version
CMC 06076 86264-4 Various Bride Of Chucky(Cass, Album, Comp) CMC International Records, BMG Distribution CMC 06076 86264-4 US 1998 Sell This Version
BG2 86264 Various Bride Of Chucky: Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture(CD, Album, Comp, Club) CMC International Records BG2 86264 Canada 1998 Sell This Version

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curiositykilledshawn

curiositykilledshawn

January 9, 2017
referencing Bride Of Chucky, CD, Comp, SPV 085-18582 CD

Chucky's 4th theatrical effort has sadly not benefited from an iconic soundtrack, despite being the first in the series to sell the music as its own entity. There is almost nothing here to make it memorable or give it a defining edge (Living Dead Girl, so prominently featured in the movie, is notably absent). Even with the presence of White Zombie, Judas Priest, and Stabbing Westward the late-90s goth metal and thrash on offer here makes for a rather bourgeois repertoire that leaves little impression. Much like the soundtrack to Brainscan this album seems to be aimed at angry, pre-internet 90s teenagers who think that the world is against them and seems like a relic from another time. Crazy by kidneythieves is the only true standout track here, and, sadly, Graeme Revell's score (which brought back his themes from Child's Play 2 as well as adding an effective Twin Peaks vibe) gets one horrible remix track tacked on at the end. A album release of his score would have been better than this soundtrack.