This Avengers Movie Is Looking Pretty Good…

…and so is the soundtrack.  Here’s the tracklisting:

 

  1. Live to Rise – Soundgarden (A brand new song!)
  2. I’m Alive – Shinedown
  3. Dirt and Roses – Rise Against
  4. Unbroken – Black Veil Brides
  5. Breathe – Scott Weiland (Again, brand new)
  6. Comeback – Redlight King
  7. Into the Blue – Bush
  8. A New Way to Bleed (Photek Remix) – Evanescence
  9. Count Me Out – PusherJones 
  10. From Out of Nowhere – Five Finger Death Punch
  11. Shake the Ground – Cherri Bomb

 

For some reason, the international release will include Kasabian’s “Shake from the Ground” as an extra. The soundtrack will be available May 1 and the movie opens May 4.  Here’s a trailer:

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4 thoughts on “This Avengers Movie Is Looking Pretty Good…

  • April 26, 2012 at 12:53 pm
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    I never understood why international versions get bonus tracks. What's the reasoning behind that? Is it just simple greed, to force collectors to buy multiple copies?

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  • April 26, 2012 at 2:21 pm
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    Bush? Evanescence? Rise Against?

    Brutal soulless garbage. Kasabian can't help that out, I'm afraid.

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  • April 27, 2012 at 1:40 am
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    @sirtoast: Considering the way region coding, services like iTunes, etc. work, content producers probably don't want you buying more than the particular flavour of something that they're selling in your area. Prices for shiny plastic discs in other countries, though, are usually way higher than they are here in the bountiful Land of Happy Meal Toys; for whatever voodoo pricing logic applies there, CDs in England or Japan cost a whackload of money, and cheaper "import" (read: North American) versions aren't hard to come by. Bonus tracks were the carrot used to get people to buy local in those markets, and the practice has carried over to the modern day because that's what the market expects now.

    Is it any wonder that these companies are as easy to hate as they are?

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  • May 3, 2012 at 3:54 pm
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    I've been looking for this list. I don't know why its so hard to find. Anyway, I'm really excited. Nice to see bands like five finger death punch on the list!

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