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Mortal Kombat: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (August 15, 1995)
  • Original Release Date: August 18, 1995
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Tvt
  • ASIN: B000000GSQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,877 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. A Taste Of Things To Come - George Clinton
2. Goodbye - Gravity Kills
3. Juke-joint Jezebel - KMFDM
4. Unlearn - Psykosonik
5. Control - Traci Lords/Juno Reactor
6. Halcyon + On + On - Orbital
7. Theme From Mortal Kombat - Utah Saints
8. The Invisible - GZR
9. Zero Signal - Fear Factory
10. Burn - Sister Machine Gun
11. Bool And Fire - Type O-negative
12. I Reject - Bile
13. Twist The Knife - Napalm Death
14. What U See/We All Bleed Red - Mutha's Day Out
15. Techno Syndrome 7' Mix - The Immortals
16. Goro Vs. Art - George Clinton
17. Demon Warriors - George Clinton

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This track Alone is worth buying the CD.
Forbes A Morrison JR
It was my verey fist cd and its still one that is put in my cd player at least three times a week.
Anthony
Mortal Kombat was for the most part a good movie!
Willatron

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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Forbes A Morrison JR on June 21, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Well, what can I say? Obviously whoever is reading this must be somewhat Interested in the CD. I saw MK on TV one time, I loved it, and I watched it lots of time. I was younger then, and the music wasn't something to me. But then one day, (about a year ago) I was going through my Videos. And found Mortal Kombat. So I watched a bit of it. And I became yet again Obsessed. The music was now very thrilling to me. And I went out and bought the soundtrack, I actually bought mine from Borders in Australia, it was ordered from the US and took 14 weeks!
Anyway, you wanna know about this soundtrack? I'll tell you about it. I love it, not all tracks are perfect, but different people like different music. They are all satisfactory.
Here's some Info on the CD:
Track one:
Name: A taste of things to come
Band: (Composer) Geaorge.S.Clinton
Time: 0:48
Scene from Film: When Shang Tsung says, "And now for a taste of things to come", and all those red masked men chuck the banquet tables around and then out comes Sub Zero to freeze another guy.
My View: I really like this track, It's very short, 0:48 seconds, but It still is great. It is a fast drumming exercise that really catches you as It builds and the gong bangs at the end. It's cut short a bit, as it goes for longer in the film, but It cuts at an appropriate point.

My rating: 10/10
Track two:
Name: Goodbye (Demo)
Band: Gravity Kills
Time: 3:10
Scene from film: End Credits
My view: It's a good song, that goes along slowly and keeps you interested. It cuts off at a highly inapproprite time at the end. I didn't expect it to, but it just cuts off!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Slothmo on May 11, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I just recently saw the movie "Mean Girls" in theaters, and there is a song at the end of the movie that I remembered was on the Mortal Kombat soundtrack. So I went into my collection and dug out this CD to find the song. It was a song by Orbital called "Halcyon On+On+On", if you have not heard this song, once you hear it you will be in tears, it is such a beautiful song. The rest of the CD is really good, but that Orbital song is the best part, it is like a slowing point in the CD. Very nice song, I highly recommend you listen to it!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By K. Fontenot VINE VOICE on December 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The perfect blend of techno, nu metal, hard rock, and dance music, "Mortal Kombat" is a soundtrack that covers many bases. First of all, we are given some nice techno/workout music from groups like Gravity Kills, KMFDM and the Utah Saints. The best songs of the first part of this album are "Goodbye" and "Jukeboint Jezebel." The second half of this album gives us a dose of Type O Negative's "Blood & Fire" and Sister Machine Gun's "Burn." Then, everything is wrapped up nicely with some George S. Clinton and the sounds of the Immortals.

There isn't much to say about this album other than the fact that there are some really good songs to do aerobics to and then, once you've warmed up a bit, you can headbang on through the night.

If you're into techno music or enjoyed the music of recent soundtracks such as any of the "Blade" flicks or "Resident Evil," you're sure to like this collection.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Twitch on July 24, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The soundtrack to the motion picture 'Mortal Kombat' contains a brilliant mix of techno, industrial, goth, and grindcore (???) tracks. Granted, some are better than others, so to be fair, here is a track-by-track breakdown of this album.
1. George Clinton "A Taste Of Things To Come" 3/5
A decent intro to the album and to the movie, nothing truly special though.
2. Gravity Kills "Goodbye (Demo)" 1/5
Gravity Kills' "Goodbye" is one of my favorite songs, but this demo of it completely butchers the song, musically inferier and vocally dreadful.
3. KMFDM "Juke Joint Jezebel (Metrpolis Mix)" 5/5
Though not as good as the original KMFDM track, the remix captures the more techno feel of the song.
4. Psykosonik "Unlearn" 2/5
Pretty much your average bass beat techno song. Nothing new or interesting.
5. Traci Lords feat. Juno Reactor "Control (Insturmental Mix)" 4/5
A d amn fine techno track with some excellent beats and synth. Much better than the original track.
6. Orbital "Halcyon + on + on" 5/5
Orbital takes a shot at a more ambient direction, and are definitely successful. A lot like early Cocteau Twins, brilliantly dark and melodic.
7. Utah Saints "Theme From Mortal Kombat (Utah Saints Version)" 3/5
Nothing really special about it. It doesn't really live up to the original, or stands out in any way.
8. Geezer "The Invisible" 3/5
Was never really a G/Z/R fan, a mundane metalic rock track, catchy, but nothing too impressive.
9. Fear Factory "Zero Signal" 5/5
One of the last great Fear Factory songs, when they still had some death metal in them. The etherial sounding keyboards really take the song to a new level.
10. Sister Machine Gun "Burn" 4.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael S. Williams on December 30, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Believe it or not this is actually a pretty decent album. I originally purchased it off of the stand up arcade game. There was a 1800 number where you could order the cd from. I called and got it just as a goof and was suprised when I got it and it acutally rocked. Yeah, I now only pull it out when I get all nostalgic, but hey any song where you get to hear the arcade voice of Scropion saying "Get over here!" with a techno dance beat behind it is worth the money!
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