Lara Croft: Tomb Raider

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider

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Lara Croft: Tomb Raider

Lara Croft completes her transformation from super-hip video game character to big-screen heroine with the 2001 summer flick Lara Croft: Tomb Raider. In addition to casting sexy starlet Angelina Jolie as Croft, the film features an energized soundtrack bursting with cutting-edge rock, electronica, and hip-hop. For the rock set, U2 check in with a pumped-up remix of All That You Can't Leave Behind's "Elevation" and Nine Inch Nails offer the rumbling synth dirge "Deep." The bulk of Tomb Raider, however, is a smorgasbord of ambitious electro-pop. The Chemical Brothers juice up "Galaxy Bounce" with big beats and funky bass, while on the danceable "Where's Your Head At," the Basement Jaxx extensively sample two Gary Numan songs ("M.E." and "This Wreckage") as they ride a wave of handclaps and swooshing synthesizers. On the hip-hop tip, Outkast fuse atonal horn arrangements, acoustic guitar, and amphetamine-pumped beats on the hyper-funk of "Speedballin'," while Missy Elliott recruits alt-pop ingénue Nelly Furtado for a slinky, stuttering remix of the exotically rhythmic, Timbaland-produced single "Get Ur Freak On." The images of faraway locales that Croft might visit are enhanced by Leftfield's "Song of Life," peppered by Ofra Haza-esque vocals and undulating cadence of sampled vocals, and by Groove Armada's chilling "Edge Hill," a trip-hop number featuring rumbling bass, swirling strings, and reverberating beats. Whether they're in a packed movie theater or at a steamy rave, dance-music fans will dig the treasure-filled Tomb Raider. Dave Gil de Rubio

Product Details

Release Date: 06/05/2001
Label: Elektra / Wea
UPC: 0075596266529
catalogNumber: 62665

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Nine Inch Nails   Track Performer
U2   Track Performer
Delerium   Track Performer
Fluke   Track Performer
Bootsy Collins   Track Performer
Brian Eno   Synthesizer
Leftfield   Track Performer
OutKast   Track Performer
BT   Vocals
Basement Jaxx   Track Performer
Rasco   Vocals
Neutrino   Track Performer
Nelly Furtado   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Moby   Composer,Producer
Edge   Composer
Bono   Composer
Leslie Brathwaite   Engineer
Adam Clayton   Composer
Brian Eno   Producer
John Frye   Engineer
Daniel Lanois   Producer
Bill Leeb   Producer
Alan Moulder   Producer
Larry Mullen   Composer
Greg Reely   Producer
Trent Reznor   Producer
Chemical Brothers   Producer
Fatboy Slim   Producer
Missy Elliott   Composer,Producer
Timbaland   Producer
Leo Herrera   Engineer
Chris Vrenna   Producer,Additional Production
Keith Hillebrandt   Programming
Groove Armada   Producer
Richard Rainey   Engineer
Simon Thornton   Engineer
Tim "Love" Lee   Composer
Simon Ratcliffe   Producer
Felix Buxton   Producer
Andy Cato   Composer
Ann Mincieli   Engineer
Tim Mosley   Composer
Senator Jimmy D   Engineer
Diz   Producer
Lawrence Gordon   Executive Producer
Mike Kenny   Engineer
Tom Findlay   Composer
Nelly Furtado   Composer

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Lara Croft: Tomb Raider 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Oh my god..what are some of you people talking about?This sound track rules!I pratically love every song!(even though i hardly know any of the artists)I just love how they kinda mix rock,techno,and those really cool know those ones thats kinda have no words.It's awsome buy it if you love the movie!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This soundtrack is positively magnificent! It has popular songs from well known artists and a bunch of great songs from lesser known artists . This is a great blend o sounds and the beats of each track are great!!! I give it 5 stars!
Guest More than 1 year ago
A great soundtrack that reflects upon the Lara Croft music. I'll be listening to this one five years from now.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm pretty hurt that they would put such an amazing song such as Nine Inch Nails "Deep" on such a craptacular soundtrack such as this. Missy Elliot a lyrical genius? I think not. It's embarassing that they put this masterpiece with such crappy immature bands.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Offers an interesting blend of rock, funk, and electronic with kind of a mystical quality. I haven't seen the movie yet, but purchased the CD based on songs I like by several of the artists. Surprisingly, some of the lesser known artists offer some of the best tracks. A great CD that you can enjoy from beginning to end while becoming hypnotized by the pulsating beats.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The only reason I bought it was for the NIN song,other than that,the cd sucked just like the movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i would rate this 5 the movie? Well youll love this soundtrack even more..alot of great kick butt dance songs are in this mix. These songs make u want to kick butt! These are feel-great songs all the way! There is not one song on here i even dont like in the least..this is the best soundtrack EVER!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This soundtrack is compiled of songs from various unknown artists. Because of the lack of songs you get to preview, I gave this soundtrack a 2. The only song that is even cool for this movie is ''Get Ur Freak On'' by Missy ''Misdameanor'' Elliot. That song rocks. Other than that, the other songs do not get you into the movie. Although Angelina Jolie is extremely hot in this movie, it is not worth buying the soundtrack to it.