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Queen of the Damned: Music from the Motion Picture

Created by dionysius on 23 Oct 2018

Songs from the soundtrack album of the 2002 film Queen of the Damned based on two of Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles novels featuring the vampire Lestat. The songs were originally sung by Korn vocalist Jonathan Davis, who produced the album with Richard Gibbs, but because of issues with his contract, he wasn't able to release his versions and so instead got various rock and metal vocalists to sing them for the soundtrack CD. Five of the songs are sung in the movie by the character Lestat's metal band.

Written by Davis and Gibbs for the movie. Performed by Wayne Static of Static-X. One of the five songs performed by Lestat in the movie.

Written by Davis and Gibbs for the movie. Performed by David Draiman of Disturbed. One of the five songs performed by Lestat in the movie.

Translations:  French Greek Spanish 1 more

Written by Davis and Gibbs for the movie. Performed by Chester Bennington of Linkin Park. One of the five songs performed by Lestat in the movie.

Translations:  Ukrainian Greek

Deftones song from their 2000 album White Pony.

Translations:  Polish French Bulgarian 4 more

Written by Davis and Gibbs for the movie. Performed by Marilyn Manson. One of the five songs performed by Lestat in the movie.

Papa Roach song from their 2000 album Infest.

Godhead song from their 2001 album 2000 Years of Human Error.

Song | English Orgy

Written by Davis and Gibbs for the movie. Performed by Jay Gordon of Orgy. One of the five songs performed by Lestat in the movie.

Disturbed song from their 2000 album The Sickness.

Static-X song from their 2001 album Machine.

Translations:  French German

Earshot song from their 2002 album Letting Go.

Dry Cell song from their 2002 album Disconnected.

Kidneythieves song from their 2002 album Zerøspace.

Translations:  Spanish

This song was not on the original soundtrack album but was later released by Jonathan Davis. Akasha is the eponymous Queen of the Damned in the movie.

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