It was serendipity when I stumbled upon this track while browsing on Amazon. I saw the favorable reviews and decided to preview and purchase the track. In a word, "Wow!" This song has a TIGHT and SLICK arrangement that skillfully infuses keyboard and percussion rhythms with voice samples from the Mortal Kombat game such as: "Finish him" and "Fatality." This song will make a great addition to my electronic music library as well as my fitness playlist. The high tempo and energy will give me the motivation to push a little harder while I'm working out. For others, it might put them in the mood to play some Mortal Kombat!
Personally, I can't stand 99% of Scrillex's stuff, but this tune is pure quality. Also, btw, it is NOT dubstep. It's 110 BPM & the break is considerably different than the standard dubstep stuff, effectively making it "house". 5/5
Skrillex...One of the best dubstep geniuses out there. This song takes the theme of reptile from mortal kombat and molds it into a song that you have to at least bob your head to. Do not be afraid if you find yourself suddenly dancing uncontrollably to one of the best dub/dance songs ever made thus far! And yes, his name is skrillex.
I was skeptical of the almighty and great Skrillex making a song for a video game but after Wreck it Ralph and Bug Hunt the man can produced for an adult movie and probably make it sound good lol!! Great game, Great song, by a Great producer...enough said
if you're a fan of the "Mortal Kombat" theme this is a good evolution of that same genre/style. Is it worth 5 stars? I don't know, but for me (not an expert in techno/electronica/dubstep) it's bad *ss.
I was browsing with a friend on skrillex one day and I saw the album. I bought and enjoyed the song extremely. It gave me good quotes to use in DJ mixes and I personally enjoy how he did the song. This has sparked an interest in other themes and I will look at other's on Saturday.
If you were into Mortal Kombat 2, this will bring back some memories and has LOTS of energy to it. If you've listened to much of anything from Skrillex, you'll hear where he tends to use a lot of the same stuff over and over, but it works really well for this song. Kind of good and bad together on that point, so that knocks it a little bit.