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Judgement Night Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 14, 1993)
  • Original Release Date: September 14, 1993
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Immortal / Epic Soundtrax
  • ASIN: B00000297O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #167,041 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Various Artists ~ Judgment Night: Music From The Motion Picture

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This one of the best soundtracks out there.
Paul A. Vincent
If you like either rap or metal, buy this cd and listen to the great combinations of the both.
Diana M
I've seen the movie but I will always love this album.
Allison Heenie

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Greg Harnish on April 15, 2004
Format: Audio CD
What PE and Anthrax began with "Bring The Noise", this disc continues and betters.
Over 10 years on and this album is still amazing. Listening to this makes you realize how mediocre many of the current stable of rap/metal bands are.
The pairings were inspired - and for the most part the tracks stay true to both contributors. Cypress and Sonic are amazing on "Mary Jane" - that track was why I sold most of my books and cds back in '95 to afford the trip to see them on the lollapalooza tour that year - but alas, no joint appearance materialized in Toronto. Helmet and House of Pain could blow the speakers off any system with "Just Another Victim"! And Slayer with Ice T makes you forget all about Body Count.
Once this album goes on my system, it never comes off until every track has been played.
Before you go out and waste your money on some of the stuff record companies are packaging lately, go pick this album up and educate yourself.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Allison Heenie on March 31, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I remember, back when my older brother got his first car and popped this cd in when I rode with him. I fell in love with this cd so much that I knew when the skips happened(and still do till this day) and was sad when he lost this cd. Years Later, I had my own collection but it was missing something. So I searched and searched and finally found it! I've seen the movie but I will always love this album. There's heavy, hard, laid back, funky, and truly bizzare, all are great.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jesse on December 15, 2001
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This is an album that can get your blood pumping with songs like "Just Another Victim" and "Judgment Night" and bring you back down again with "Fallin" and "I Love You Mary Jane". Concept that sums this album up for me - Slayer and IceT. All tracks are original collaborations just for this soundtrack... and it's a beautiful thing! You'll forget who Fred Durst is after hearing "Another Body...", I swear!!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 6, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I've always experimented with Rap, even though I'm a white guy from Minnesota, so I thought I'd try this because I liked the movie. Well it blew me away. Even years later I still listen to some of the songs like 'Another body murdered' by Boo Yaa Tribe/Faith no More, or 'Judgement Night' by House of Pain/Helmet. If you like some of todays rap/metal bands like Limp Bizkit or Rage Against the Machine, you'll like this disk because the rap on it is much more authentic.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Derek R Kissel on February 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This Gem is hard to find. Get it before you can't. Gurnge,Metal and Rap collide. Just get it. You will play it and friends will ask who is this. ICE T and Slayer??? None of these bands will ever play together agin. Not only that it is good.
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Format: Audio CD
The Judgment Night soundtrack accompanied the 1993 action film of the same name that starred Emilio Estevez and Cuba Gooding, Jr. Each song on the 11-track release featured an original collaboration between a rock band and a hip-hop artist or group. Circa 1993, alternative-rock was the latest trend in modern rock, while hip-hop had recently become a regular fixture on the crossover charts. The pairings mesh better than listeners might assume, especially if they are exclusively fans of one genre or the other.
House of Pain & Helmet open the album with "Just Another Victim": At first featuring rockers' vocals the song changes into an extended rap from House of Pain's Everlast, where he apparently identifies with Taxi Driver's Travis Bickle. The title track features the hyper-aggressive Onyx and thrash outfit Biohazard, where Sticky Fingaz is bold enough to make provocative statements like "I swear to God I'll raise hell and make the white man call me master..."
Cypress Hill pulls double duty here- first with Sonic Youth on "I Love You Mary Jane", a tribute to--what else--cannabis: Card-carrying smoker B-real raps over a slow, droning groove while Kim Gordon provides assistance on the hook. Cypress also figures on the album's closer with members of Pearl Jam on "Real Thing" (however, Eddie Vedder apparently skips the session).
De La Soul and Teenage Fanclub easily take the nod for weirdest song, "Fallin'": MCs Posdnous and Trugoy lament the choices of a self-indulgent rapper who falls on hard times; ad-libs by the guys make reprise the chorus to Duice's "Dazzy Duks". Del and Dinosaur Jr. have one of the best songs here in Missing Link; Del happily name-checks comic-book characters in his stream-of-thought freestyle.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul A. Vincent on March 10, 2008
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This one of the best soundtracks out there. At the time this soundtrack came out it was one of the earliest albums to bring to together rock and rap music. Everyone of these songs is great to listen too. Get it you will not regret it.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Steven Swan on August 10, 2007
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Being a huge old school rap/rock fan, I stumbled across this one just this year, not even being aware it was even around. It's like the missing piece of the puzzle of those early years of the genre, perfect last piece I guess....perhaps there are more out there to find?

I agree with many that these were the great days to rap rock/metal, it had gotten beyond the "rap and metal can never mix" of the late 80's and started to hit it's stride. Pick this one up for the glory days of it all, at first glance this looks like some rather silly over-saturate the market collaborations perhaps, like a bunch of strange bands jumping on the rap rock bandwagon, but this was 1993 and it was nowhere near as loaded with lackluster rap rocks bands as there would be in the late 90's and into 2000. In '93 I think Rage Against the Machine were just starting out, Body Count was just starting out...this was the early days, the glory days of rap rock, rap metal, whatever you wanna call it, this is essential for the completist of the genre in my book anyway.
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