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Music from and Inspired by Spider-Man 3 Soundtrack album by various artists Released May 1, 2007 Genre Alternative rock, indie rock, hard rock, neo-psychedelia Length 60:12 Label Record Collection Producer Dave Sardy Professional reviews The reviews parameter has been deprecated. Please move reviews into the Reception section of the article. See Moving reviews into article space. Allmusic link Marvel Comics film series soundtrack chronology X-Men: The Last Stand: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2006) Music from and Inspired by Spider-Man 3 (2007) Iron Man Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2008) Singles from Music from and Inspired by Spider-Man 3 "Signal Fire" Released: April 24, 2007 Music from and Inspired by Spider-Man 3 is a soundtrack album to Sam Raimi's 2007 film Spider-Man 3. It was released on May 1, 2007. A special edition version is available only on the soundtrack's official website. A digital edition of the album is also in the planning stages, with the release date to be announced.[1] The soundtrack's website allows the user to listen to the first song from the soundtrack.[2] Unlike the first two Spider-Man soundtrack releases, the album does not feature any of the film's score by Christopher Young. The entire concept of this soundtrack is that each song was written (or recorded in the case of The Flaming Lips) for the soundtrack exclusively. The special edition of the album is available only on the soundtrack's website, and it contains a bonus track (the "Theme from Spider-Man" covered by The Flaming Lips), a 32-page embossed hardcover book featuring movie stills and all five collectable movie cards inside 8"x8" box made from a replica of the rubberized black Spider-Man suit.[2] Additionally, the digital version was made available for pre-order on iTunes and does contain "The Theme from Spider-Man" by The Flaming Lips. Following its release, the soundtrack debuted at number 33 on the U.S. Billboard 200, selling about 21,000 copies in its first week.[3] Contents 1 Track listing 2 Notes 3 Chart positions 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Track listing No. Title Artist Length 1. "Signal Fire"   Snow Patrol 4:26 2. "Move Away"   The Killers 3:52 3. "Sealings"   Yeah Yeah Yeahs 4:32 4. "Pleased to Meet You"   Wolfmother 4:44 5. "Red River"   The Walkmen 2:53 6. "Stay Free"   Black Mountain 4:28 7. "The Supreme Being Teaches Spider-Man How to Be in Love"   The Flaming Lips 3:25 8. "Scared of Myself"   Simon Dawes 4:54 9. "The Twist"   Chubby Checker 2:35 10. "Sight Lines"   Rogue Wave 3:39 11. "Summer Day"   Coconut Records 2:05 12. "Falling Star"   Jet 3:35 13. "Portrait of a Summer Thief"   Sounds Under Radio 4:15 14. "A Letter from St. Jude"   The Wasted Youth Orchestra a.k.a. The Wyos 4:11 15. "Small Parts"   The Oohlas 3:39 Notes The European version of the album features the track "Cut Off the Top (Timo Maas Dirty Rocker Remix)" by Beatsteaks. It is 3:03 long and appears as the fifth track, between "Pleased to Meet You" and "Red River". The album does not include the James Brown song "People Get Up and Drive Your Funky Soul", which is played in the film during the scene in which Peter, under the influence of the alien symbiote, struts and dances in the street. Chart positions Chart (2007) Peak position U.S. Billboard 200[4] 33 Top Soundtracks[4] 2 See also Spider-Man 3#Music References ^ "Snow Patrol, Flaming Lips Ensnared For 'Spider-Man 3' set". March 29, 2007. Retrieved 2007-03-29.  ^ a b "Music From and Inspired by Spider-Man 3". Retrieved 2007-03-29.  ^ Katie Hasty, "Ne-Yo Scores Second No. 1 In Debut-Heavy Week",, May 9, 2007. ^ a b "Billboard Albums: Spider-Man 3". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-05-23.  External links Record Collection Music Spider-Man Movie Blog Spider-Man 3 (soundtrack) at MusicBrainz v · d · eSpider-Man films Spider-Man • Spider-Man 2 • Spider-Man 3 • The Amazing Spider-Man Characters Spider-Man • Mary Jane Watson • Harry Osborn • J. Jonah Jameson • Aunt May • Uncle Ben • Green Goblin • Doctor Octopus • Eddie Brock Jr. / Venom • Sandman • Betty Brant • Robbie Robertson • Gwen Stacy • George Stacy • Doctor Connors • Dennis Carradine • Flash Thompson • Mendel Stromm • John Jameson Soundtrack Music from and Inspired by Spider-Man • Spider-Man (soundtrack) • Spider-Man 2 (soundtrack) • Spider-Man 3 (soundtrack) Songs "Hero" • "What We're All About" • Spider-Man theme song • "Vindicated" • "We Are" • "Ordinary" • "Meant to Live" • "Web of Night" • "Najane Kyun" • "Signal Fire" Video games Spider-Man • Spider-Man 2 • Spider-Man 3 • Spider-Man: Friend or Foe • Spider-Man pinball Sets and locations Sony Pictures Studios • Daily Bugle (Flatiron Building) • The Loop (CTA) Related articles Accolades • Spider-Man's powers and equipment • Goblin glider • Pumpkin Bomb • Sky Stick • Symbiote • Spider-Man: The New Animated Series • Lego Spider-Man Book:Spider-Man films • Category:Spider-Man films • Portal:Film / Comics