He's a new kind of secret agent. He throws out the martinis, but keeps the promiscuity. He's sly, not suave. He doesn't cotton to conventions -- he creates his own rules. Yes, it's another soundtrack specifically directed at its target audience, and while it can't be faulted for that, it's hard not to wish that there were less of the dunderheaded Hatebreed and Rammstein who have never sounded stupider than they do on "Feurer Frei," with its chorus of "BANG BANG! Still, it's hard not to think that a new kind of secret agent should at least have something more than mood music for his soundtrack, especially if he isn't going to wind up with his own theme.
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There's nothing diminutive about Vin Diesel or XXX , the secret agent-espionage film in which the muscular actor stars, so it's not surprising that the accompanying two-disc soundtrack is just as punishing. On the rock-oriented album, electronic production zaps through Rammstein 's machine-gun blast "Feuer Frei" and Queens of the Stone Age 's rough-riffed "Millionaire," while Mushroomhead and Hatebreed 's straight-ahead screamers pack a ferocious punch. Other cuts are more forgiving-- Bush 's Gavin Rossdale contributes a soaring, crunchy rock anthem, Orbital 's zooming, danceable "Technologicque Park" is inky as a starless night, and Moby 's hypnotic, simple-synth "Landing" features Azure Ray on vocals.