My favorites (of those that actually appear on the album, in order of appearance)...
"Blade (Theme from Blade)" - Good background music. Nice and jazzy but also with very rough-edges. This is what's playing while Blade/Snipes does his narration in the intro/credits sequence of the movie. It's not my absolute favorite, but definitely a "keeper." It's good music for driving, walking, or sitting around shooting the breeze with your friends.
"I Against I" - This is great pump-up music. It's a welcome addition to my "workout playlist" and is generally thrilling to hear. Its message is very warrior-like, mastering the self by conquering one's weaknesses and becoming unstoppable thereby.
"Right Here, Right Now" - Oakenfold has done some top-notch music writing here, although I'm a bit divided about Ice Cube's contribution. The sort of fearless confrontationalism is obviously well-placed in a movie like this, but after awhile the lyrics degenerate into the same old shameless male-chauvinist-pig misogyny that's always made me roll my eyes at the man. He clearly and openly believes that women have no purpose besides as objects for his amusement and tools of his satisfaction, and that does *not* impress me. It rather almost makes me ashamed to be a man. It also doesn't suit Blade's character, although those parts of the song aren't featured in the scene where said song appears in the movie. It appears in the scene where Blade and the Blood Pack are consolidating and modifying their weaponry for a hunt in the sewers after being almost completely overrun by the Reapers at the club.
"Tao of the Machine" - Also great "pump-up" and "workout" music. This plays during the dance scene in the club before the Reapers are sighted, while Blade and Reinhardt are posturing at one another with their guns. It has an excellent, enthusiastic and confident mix of heavy, overdriven rock guitars and rap rhythm and lyric.
Overall I give this four stars. It's only about one third of the album contents I'd choose to keep, but those that make the cut are pretty sweet by themselves.