|Set Me Free Paroles/ Traductions|
Running time: 4:07
Scott Weiland: Vocals
Published by Velvet Revolver Songs (ASCAP)
Duff: "Matt brought in the riff from ‚ÄúSet Me Free,‚ÄĚ which he wrote on guitar." (Guitar World Bass Guitar, June/July 2004)
"On "Set Me Free," which was also featured in the soundtrack to "The Hulk," an angular lick segues into a blazing, decadent guitar line, creating images of a speeding, swerving car on a slick, windy road. The excitement of heightened reality hangs thick, but disaster could lurk around the next bend." (MTV Review, March 2004)
Slash : "Writing songs is really cool, but if you get inspired to do it for a really good movie, the outcome is more fulfilling. We got a certain energy from watching the film, and we wanted to do something that would be really appropriate for it. The Hulk is a very dramatic version of the same stuff that we all go through. All this bottled-up tension is what the song's about, so it's a pretty good marriage: the theme of the song and what The Hulk is all about."
Scott:"Ang Lee had a lot of intensity about the movie and his art form."