Soundtrack review: The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones

Soundtrack review: The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones

Hi, dear audience.

The Mortal Instruments here. Just wondering if you've decided on whether you want me to be the new Twilight.

What's that?

You've already seen The Hunger Games?

But I thought I did everything right. Young, pretty cast, supernatural elements. What more do you need?

I've even got a soundtrack of hip new sounds, and it's far edgier than The Hunger Games' dreary noise.

At least you can dance to some of my choices - Bassnectar, Zedd, Seven Lions and Myon.

Really, this collection should come with a free glowstick.

I've included some dreary nonsense too: Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, Colbie Caillat... They all try and create copies of Christina Perri's Cullen-linked hit A Thousand Years.

Still not interested, huh?

I know Twilight had some credibility when it came to music. Thom Yorke, The Noisettes, Iron and Wine.

I put together AFI, Jessie J and Owl City. What do mean they are more like crud-ability?

Okay, if you still insist on saying no, there are sequels on the way. Maybe I can win you over then.

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