Edit
Attraction (2000) Poster

(2000)

Soundtracks

Soundtrack Credits 

Man Without A Mouth
Written by Rustic Overtones
Performed by Rustic Overtones (as Overtones) with David Bowie
Courtesy of Tommy Boy Records
Leather
Written by Tori Amos
Performed by Tori Amos
Courtesy of Atlantic Records
The Night
Written by Mark Sandman
Performed by Morphine
Courtesy of DreamWorks Records
Beautiful
Written by Tony Rabalao
Performed by Joydrop
Courtesy of Tommy Boy Records
Lit Up
Written by Steve Breaker & Lee Warren
Performed by Swedish Rhythm Kings
Courtesy of SRK Music
Wake Up Sad (Remix)
Written by Paul Cantelon, Angela McCluskey & Shark
Performed by Wild Colonials
Courtesy of Universal Records
Godlike
Written by Jason Kelly
Performed by Stroke
Courtesy of Stroke
Blue Velvet On Red
Written by Eve & Craig Bartock
Performed by Saint Eve
Courtesy of Invision Records
Elliot Roads
Written by Michael García
Performed by Michael García & Swedish Rhythm Kings
Courtesy of SRK Music
Locomotive
Written by Gino Garafolo
Performed by Gino Garafolo, Dan Hastie & Jason Gutiérrez
Courtesy of Hipopotamus Records
Whispering Wind
Written by Moby (as Richard Hall)
Performed by Moby
Courtesy of V2 Records
Hold On Hope
Written by Robert Pollard
Performed by Guided By Voices
Courtesy of TVT Records
Living Dead Girl
Written by Rob Zombie & Scott Humphrey
Performed by Rob Zombie
Courtesy of Geffen Records
Numb
Written by Mike Wengren, Dan Donegan, David Draiman (as Dave Draiman) & Fuzz (as Steve Knak)
Performed by Disturbed
Courtesy of Giant Records
Neat
Written by Tony Iommi, Skin (as Deborah Dyer) & Robert Marlette
Performed by Tony Iommi & Skin
Courtesy of Divine Recordings
Method
Written by Walter Craven
Performed by 6gig
Courtesy of Ultimatum Records
Paride ed Elena, opera in 5 acts, Wq. 39: O, del mio dolce ardor
Written by Christoph Willibald Gluck (as Christoph Willibald Von Gluck)
Performed by Lord Vanger
Courtesy of E Magine Entertainment

See also

Trivia | Goofs | Crazy Credits | Quotes | Alternate Versions | Connections

Contribute to This Page