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  • Audio CD (May 6, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: May 15, 2003
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Maverick
  • Run Time: 138 minutes
  • ASIN: B00008W2OO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (159 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,448 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Session - Linkin Park
2. This Is The New Sh** - Marilyn Manson
3. Reload - Rob Zombie
4. Furious Angels - Rob Dougan
5. Lucky You - Deftones
6. The Passportal - Team Sleep
7. Sleeping Awake - P.O.D.
8. Bruises - Unloco
9. Calm Like A Bomb - Rage Against The Machine
10. Dread Rock - Oakenfold
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Disc: 2
1. Main Title - Don Davis
2. Trinity Dream - Don Davis
3. Teahouse - Juno Reactor
4. Chateau - Rob Dougan
5. Mona Lisa Overdrive - Juno Reactor/Don Davis
6. Burly Brawl - Juno Reactor Vs. Don Davis
7. 'Matrix Reloaded' Suite - Don Davis

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Product Description

2 x CD Compilation, Enhanced
Europe 2003

1-1Linkin Park ,Session2:23
1-2Marilyn Manson ,This Is The New Shit4:20
1-3Rob Zombie ,Reload4:25
1-4Rob Dougan ,Furious Angels5:29
1-5Deftones ,Lucky You4:08
1-6Team Sleep ,The Passportal2:55
1-7P.O.D. ,Sleeping Awake3:23
1-8Ünloco ,Bruises2:36
1-9Rage Against The Machine ,Calm Like A Bomb4:58
1-10Paul Oakenfold ,Dread Rock4:40
1-11Fluke ,Zion4:33
1-12Dave Matthews Band ,When The World Ends (Oakenfold Remix)5:26
2-1Don Davis ,Main Title1:30
2-2Don Davis ,Trinity Dream1:56
2-3Juno Reactor Featuring Gocoo ,Teahouse1:04
2-4Rob Dougan ,Chateau3:23
2-5Juno Reactor / Don Davis ,Mona Lisa Overdrive10:08
2-6Juno Reactor vs. Don Davis ,Burly Brawl5:52
2-7Don Davis ,"Matrix Reloaded" Suite20:07

Amazon.com

It would be impossible--and unfair--to expect The Matrix Reloaded to surpass the dizzying special effects, philosophical mind-twisters, and wicked sci-fi mayhem of the first Matrix movie. The same holds true for its soundtrack sequel which, like the original, sets an ominous atmosphere with industrial beats, in-your-face metal riffs, and supersonic computerized techno. Highlights include Linkin Park's swirling morass of scratches, stutters and keyboards; the grooves thrown down by Oakenfold and Fluke that party with the gloom of a burned-out factory; and Rob Zombie, P.O.D., and Marilyn Manson's explosive, brain-bending digi-rock. Unfortunately, for the most part, the dark patches of Reloaded plod rather than soar (the Deftones' murky "Lucky You"), and rehash tired ideas instead of creating new frontiers (an Oakenfold remix of Dave Matthews Band that sticks out like khaki pants at a goth club). Surprisingly monotonous, Reloaded is unfortunately yet another second act that pales in comparison to its predecessor. --Annie Zaleski

Customer Reviews

All the other songs are just as good..
Trancegirl900
This simply rehashes that idea, largely failing, and failing too to acctually fill the space they tout.
Amazon Customer
Juno Reactor/Don Davis - Mona Lisa Overdrive Tight...music for score music!
"mlopez1984"

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252 of 269 people found the following review helpful By "tee_jay" on May 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Bought this CD the day it came out and it was well worth it. While not perfect it still has the right combination of metal, classical score, and techno/hip-hop. Sometimes all those elements are fused into one song! I'll go song by song:
Disc 1:
1: "Session" by Linkin Park: Very un-Linkin Park; haunting, beautiful, melodic and atmospheric all at the same time.
2: "This is the New Sh*t" by Marilyn Manson: Unlike the title suggests, this is nothing new. Not impressive or very good.
3: "Reload" by Rob Zombie: Metal mixed with techno and Zombie's vocals. Very hard and rough. LOUD!
4: "Furious Angels" by Rob Dougan: Beautiful, plain and simple. Easily one of the best songs on the soundtrack. Mixing of orchestral music with techno beats results in a song that lets you close your eyes and almost feel the Matrix.
5: "Lucky You" by The Deftones: Very mellow, moody and haunting. Beautifully done and very fitting for the soundtrack.
6: "The Passportal" by Team Sleep: Techno mostly, not much to say about it. Mid tempo.
7: "Sleeping Awake" by P.O.D.: Never been a POD fan, and this song hasn't changed that fact. More of the same from them. Not sure why its on this soundtrack other than for the lyrics. Musically it doesn't fit with the rest of the songs.
8: "Bruises" by Unloco: Have never heard of the band before, but this song makes me want to listen to more of them. Good heavy song.
9: "Calm Like a Bomb" by Rage Against the Machine: Classic, a song by RATM almost seemed inevitable after the ending of the first movie.
10: "Dread Rock" by Oakenfold: The song most likely alludes to the Twins, The two men in the matrix who are dressed in white and can go all ghostly. Techno and typical Oakenfold but very good.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jason on May 25, 2003
Format: Audio CD
With The Matrix Reloaded - The Album, for the price of 1 CD you get 2 - both the soundtrack and the score. The soundtrack is "just ok" for the most part, featuring some songs that were played during the film and 10 minutes of credits, and some that were not. The CD gets off to a pretty good start with the wordless Session by Linkin Park. Marilyn Manson's track is aptly titled, as indeed it is Sh**. Reload by Rob Zombie is OK, but nothing we haven't heard from him a hundred times before. Next is the instrumental version of Furious Angels by Rob Dougan. This is my favorite track on the soundtrack, even though it really belongs on the score CD (and probably would be if not for all the CD-ROM material on the 2nd disc). Lucky You by Deftones sounds like it has potential, but it never really goes anywhere. The Passportal by Team Sleep (never heard of them) isn't terrible, but it sure isn't very exciting. The soundtrack would be greatly improved if instead of featuring the 3:23 Sleeping Awake by P.O.D., there was 3:23 of silence (EOD). Bruises by Unloco (never heard of them) is OK, but again, nothing special. Calm Like A Bomb by Rage Against The Machine is great, like most everything by RATM, but I've heard it a hundred times before. Dread Rock by Oakenfold isn't bad, but it's not great either. Zion by Fluke sounds similar to the previous track. I was kind of surprised by When The World Ends (Oakenfold Remix) by DMB came on when I was sitting through the credits of Reloaded waiting for the Revolutions preview. The vocals are normal enough, but it's coupled with techno music, making for a track that's interesting, anyway.
The 2nd CD, in contrast, is just pure greatness from beginning to end.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By S. Smith on May 8, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This CD is beyond description. Dipping through multiple genres, the tracks are relentless, industrial/house/rock masterpieces that more than convey the mood of the Matrix. The first CD starts and continues strong with the tracks by Linkin Park, Mariyn Manson, and POD, and ends on Oakie's and Fluke's pounding decks. Could do without the track by Rob Dougan (but that's me).
The second CD is insane for an original film score. Gets you thinking of green code in the first two tracks, and then hits you between the eyes with the tribal "Teahouse" and wrings you out in "Mona Lisa Overdrive". It's really an experience that gets your heart slamming in your chest.
Overall, a great way to get stoked for the movie, drive fast, or just listen to some great, textural(electro/metal) music.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ash1138 on May 12, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I'm not usually one to buy soundtracks. Most soundtracks have nothing more than a few good songs, and the rest I could care less about. The original Matrix soundtrack had some excellent stuff, along with some garbage. I ended up just purchasing the albums of the tracks I liked rather than buying the soundtrack itself, and I haven't regretted the decision one bit. I do however, buy movie scores from time to time (the good ones), and I bought the original Matrix score which is 'OK'.
It's not surprising then that when I found that, for Reloaded, both the soundtrack and the score would be released on one album I was a bit disappointed. Part of me admired the idea from a marketing standpoint; forcing everyone to buy both albums. The other part of me was a little bit happy since double-CDs are usually less than two separate CDs. Needless to say, when I found this CD on sale for less than the cost of your typical single CD, I was thrilled.
The Matrix website will allow you to preview 8-10 of the songs in their entirety, and it was doing this myself that made up my mind to buy the album (even before I discovered the great price). I recommend you do the same, as listening to the songs for yourself are better than any review could possibly be. But since you can't listen to the entire album, read on.
Disc 1: For the most part, this disc compares to the first Matrix soundtrack. In some ways it's better, but in others it's not as good. Returning artists are Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie, and Rage Against the Machine. Unfortunately, none of their tracks come close to their work on the original. Only Rob Zombie's track Reload was even listenable. The Manson track is easily the worst thing on either CD. The rest of the tracks are more consistent, if different than the first Matrix soundtrack.
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