Music from and Inspired by Spider-Man 2 is the soundtrack album for the 2004 film Spider-Man 2. As a whole, the album reached the top 10 of the U.S. album charts and the top 40 of the Australian album charts. "Vindicated" by Dashboard Confessional reached the top of a world composite soundtrack chart in June 2004 and the top 20 of a composite world and U.S. modern rock chart. "We Are" by Ana Johnsson was a major success in Europe, charting in almost every European country. "Ordinary" by Train was on the U.S. adult top 40 singles charts. "I Am" by Killing Heidi was added to the Australian version of the soundtrack and released as a single in the country. It debuted and peaked at #16 on the ARIA Charts on July 19, 2004.
|Music from and Inspired by Spider-Man 2|
|Soundtrack album by various artists|
|Genre||Alternative rock, hard rock, alternative metal, post-grunge, pop rock, pop punk, emo|
|Marvel Comics film series soundtrack chronology|
|Singles from Music from and Inspired by Spider-Man 2|
The track listing for the U.S. version of the soundtrack is:
|5.||"Gifts and Curses"||Yellowcard||5:05|
|7.||"This Photograph Is Proof (I Know You Know)"||Taking Back Sunday||4:12|
|8.||"Give It Up"||Midtown||3:42|
|10.||"Who I Am"||Smile Empty Soul||3:15|
|11.||"The Night That the Lights Went Out in NYC"||The Ataris||3:36|
|12.||"We Are"||Ana Johnsson||3:55|
|13.||"Someone to Die For (Chris Cornell feat. Eleven cover)"||Jimmy Gnecco Feat. Brian May||5:08|
|14.||"Spidey Suite"||Danny Elfman||4:01|
|15.||"Doc Ock Suite"||Danny Elfman||3:53|
Many versions of the soundtrack outside the United States contained additional tracks by artists exclusive to their native countries.
|U.S. Billboard 200||7|
|Top Internet Albums||7|
|Spider-Man 2: Original Motion Picture Score|
|Film score by Danny Elfman|
|Released||July 27, 2004|
Although the soundtrack contains a portion of Danny Elfman's score, a more complete album of the film music was released as Spider-Man 2: Original Motion Picture Score. Tracks 10 and 11 are listed as "Bonus Tracks" as they were not used in the film (John Debney and Christopher Young reworked several cues of the score, in addition to music from the first film being tracked in). Score performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony; conducted by Pete Anthony.