Spider-Man 3 – Music From and Inspired By – Double Vinyl Records
The Spider-Man 3: Music from and Inspired By soundtrack is a music album that accompanies the 2007 blockbuster superhero film Spider-Man 3. Directed by Sam Raimi and based on the iconic Marvel Comics character Spider-Man, the movie was highly anticipated, and the soundtrack played a pivotal role in enhancing the overall cinematic experience.
This soundtrack offers a captivating blend of songs, with some directly featured in the film and others serving as inspired additions. A variety of artists and music genres are represented, providing a dynamic and immersive auditory journey for listeners. Among the standout tracks are “Signal Fire” by Snow Patrol, “Move Away” by The Killers, “Sealings” by Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and “The Supreme Being Teaches Spider-Man How to Be in Love” by The Flaming Lips.
These songs encompass a spectrum of musical styles, including rock, alternative, and indie rock, which harmonize with the film’s thematic diversity—ranging from high-flying superhero action sequences to poignant dramatic moments.
This soundtrack album not only enriched the film’s storytelling but also broadened the exposure of these songs to a wider audience, leaving a lasting impact on both the cinematic and musical landscapes of its time.
Brand new, never played and still sealed in the factory plastic
Snow Patrol – Signal Fire
The Killers – Move Away
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Sealings
Wolfmother – Pleased To Meet You
The Walkmen – Red River
Black Mountain – Stay Free
The Flaming Lips – The Supreme Being Teaches Spider-Man How To Be In Love
Simon Dawes – Scared Of Myself
Chubby Checker – The Twist
Rogue Wave – Sightlines
Coconut Records– Summer Day
Jet – Falling Star
Sounds Under Radio – Portrait Of A Summer Thief
The WYO’s – A Letter From St. Jude
The Oohlas – Small Parts