Various Artists Compilations
|Year of release||Compilation||Song||Comment|
|1994||Greenpeace – Alternative NRG||"New Damage" (with Soundgarden)|
|1995||In from the Storm||"One Rainy Wish"|
|1996||The Adventures of Pinocchio||"Il Colosso" (with Jerry Hadley, Sissel Kyrkjebø, 'Just William'), "What Are We Made Of?" (with Sissel Kyrkjebø)||soundtrack|
|1996||Twang! A Tribute to Hank Marvin & The Shadows||"FBI"||also B-side of the single On My Way Up|
|1998||Lullabies with a Difference||"My Boy"||recorded in 1982|
|2000||Music from and Inspired by Mission: Impossible II||"Have a Cigar" (with the Foo Fighters)|
|2002||Good Rockin' Tonight - The Legacy of Sun Records||"I Don't Want Nobody Teasing Around with Me"|
|2004||Music from and Inspired by Spider-Man 2||"Someone to Die For"|
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“If the man who paints only the tree, or flower, or other surface he sees before him were an artist, the king of artists would be the photographer. It is for the artist to do something beyond this: in portrait painting to put on canvas something more than the face the model wears for that one day; to paint the man, in short, as well as his features.”
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