Punisher - False album
Date of release: 2010
Size MP3: 1622 mb
Size FLAC: 1638 mb
Format: DTS APE VOX MP3 MP1 ADX AUD
The Punisher: The Album is the official soundtrack for the film The Punisher and was released in 2004 by Wind-up Records. Its two lead singles were "Broken" by Seether and Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee and "Step Up" by Drowning Pool, which have accompanying music videos. The song "So Far Away" by Staind was featured in the trailer for The Punisher, but was not released on the soundtrack or featured in the movie.
Recent adaptations of Spider-Man, Daredevil, and now The Punisher have relied on studio-driven collections of manufactured rage that rarely convey the wonder or complexity of their protagonists. While the Punisher is more of a vigilante than a superhero, these one-dimensional anthems of loss and revenge seem more concerned with themselves than with Frank Castle
The Punisher: The Album is the official soundtrack for the film The Punisher, which was released on March 23, 2004 via Wind-up Records. Two of the songs were promoted as lead singles from the soundtrack, which were Broken by Seether and Evanescence’s frontwoman Amy Lee and Step Up by Drowning Pool. The Punisher: The Album (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Q&A. Art Direction Ed Sherman. Executive Producer Jonathan Hensleigh, Gale Anne Hurd, Dave Jordan & 1 more.
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I was impressed with how the introduction of the character in Daredevil contained scenes straight out of the comic. The Punisher tv series also didn't disappoint. I think the casting of Jon Bernthal was perfect and he plays the role brilliantly. Although not completely true to the written version, the tv version of Frank Castle and his story is enjoyable (and brutal) and I look forward to watching season 2. Ben Barnes is also great as Billy 'the beaut' Russo aka Jigsaw.
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