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|Saw V (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)|
|Soundtrack album by |
|Released||October 21, 2008|
|Genre||Heavy metal, industrial, aggrotech|
|Label||Artists' Addiction Soundtracks|
|Various Artists chronology|
- Charlie Clouser - "Trap Attack"
- Testament - "True Believer"
- Ministry - "Death and Destruction (A Vote of Non-Confidence Mix)"
- Filter - "What's Next (The Blood and Sand Mix)"
- The Almighty - "Thanks Again, Again"
- Prong - "The Banishment"
- Die Krupps - "The Dawning of Doom"
- Clutch - "Power Player"
- Skinny Puppy - "ugLi"
- William Control - "Strangers"
- Emilie Autumn - "Unlaced"
- Fixmer/McCarthy - "Blood and Music"
- Revolting Cocks - "Wizard of Sextown"
- Funker Vogt - "Date of Expiration"
- Charlie Clouser - "What It Takes"
The soundtrack was well received. Spence D. from IGN.com said that "From start to finish the Saw V soundtrack flows with a sense of purpose and cohesion, the tracks having a unifying dark undercurrent that makes for an electric shocked jolting mixtape with dark intent." He then gave the album a "good" 7.9/10. Bloggernews.net's Zach Freeman gave the soundtrack a A- and further said "This album is a solid mix of score and soundtrack that is not as heavy as it might be perceived." 
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