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Mortal Kombat: Annihilation - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Soundtrack

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Theme From Mortal Kombat (Encounter The Ultimate) - The Immortals
  2. Fire - Scooter
  3. Megalomaniac - KMFDM
  4. Almost Honest (Danny Saber Mix) - Megadeth
  5. Genius - Pitchshifter
  6. Engel - Rammstein
  7. Panik Kontrol - Psykosonik
  8. Conga Fury - Juno Reactor
  9. Anomaly (Calling Your Name) - Libra Presents Taylor
  10. Ready Or Not (Ben Grosse Kombat Mix) - Manbreak
  11. Back On A Mission - Cirrus
  12. I Won't Lie Down (Kombat Mix) - Face To Face
  13. Brutality - Urban Voodoo
  14. Leave U Far Behind (V.2. Instrumental Mix) - Lunatic Calm
  15. We Have Explosive (Radio Edit) - The Future Sound of London
  16. Two Telephone Calls And An Air Raid - Shaun Imrei
  17. Death Is The Only Way Out - Joseph Bishara
  18. X. Squad - George S. Clinton
  19. Theme From Mortal Kombat (Chicken Dust Mix) - Kasz & Beal


Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 28, 1997)
  • Original Release Date: November 21, 1997
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Tvt
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • ASIN: B000000GU2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,809 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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A Kid's Review on November 2, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I'll be honest, when I first bought this album I wasn't too fond of it. After hearing the fantastic soundtrack and score to the first movie I was expecting much of the same. After forcing myself to listen to this new album consistantly I completely take back my original opinion...
Many of the bands on this album I have since grown to love (ie Rammstein, Pitchshifter, KMFDM, Scooter, and Lunatic Calm). Definately pay attention to the Pitchshifter track, it's one of a kind energetic chaos, and it's incredible! Danny Saber's remix of Megadeth - Almost Honest is also formidable! 10 time greater than the original.
Some tracks to skip over after repetidly listening: The Immortals (too close to the original), Urban Voodoo, and Joseph Bishara's Death Is The Only Way Out... Forget all you've read, buy this album now and listen for yourself. You will thank me in the end.
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The first MK soundtrack was good, but there was too much hardcore punk. This one had not a lot of singing, and there was more instrumentalism to these tracks, and they were very good. I recommend this CD highly. Also, check the MK movie Score. I bought the first MK CD, thinking it was just the instrumental music, but it wasn't. I just found out yesterday that there are two different CDs.
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This might just be the best soundtrack ever made. The Main Theme is absolutely fantastic! It's definatly better than the first one, it's faster, and really dancey. The 2nd song, "Fire" is also tons of fun. And then the 3rd one is fantastic! Oh gosh, what am I saying? Every single song on here is better than the last! With the exception of the Kill Bill: Volume 1 soundtrack, I don't think there's one finer. Even if you think you aren't into the Techno/Industrial type music, give it a shot. I've had a lot of my friends listen to it, and I've yet to have one say, "oh my gosh, what is that CRAP?" most of them ask if they can borrow it! I've recorded it off to tape for so many people I've lost count!
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I saw the movie--hated it. But I loved the music. I didn't go out and buy the CD till about a year later though. I was sitting at home, listening to music on the "Music Choice" channel our cable system offers...when mine ears heard some butt kicking techo!! It was "Leave U Far Behind", and when I saw what soundtrack it was, I knew I had to get it. Bought the soundtrack and liked just about everything on it. The one that really disappointed me though was the crappy Immortals change of the Kombat theme. I still listen to the original Kombat soundtrack for that one. Megalomaniacal and Leave U Far Behind are my two favorites. I highly suggest it if techo/industrial is your thing.
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This compilation has loads of great songs that will keep you coming back to listen to this CD for years to come. It contains pulse-pounding tunes each with variety in styles from the artists. It's easy to visualize some MK fight scenes listening to this music. The soundtrack stands by itself as one of the best. In the movie, the songs unfortunately came across as monotonus because similar songs were inserted back-to-back in the fight scenes. (part of that was because of the music selection and part of that was because every fight scene was just another fight scene and not much more important than the previous one). MK2 was (I'm sorry to say) a B movie, but the soundtrack is an A+++.
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By A Customer on April 10, 1999
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This is by far the best CD ever made in history!!! If you are a big electronic/techno fan, this CD is a must-have!!! Best songs include the theme from the Immortals, FIRE!!!!!, Panik Kontrol, and Anomaly. By the way, don't forget to buy the first soundtrack and More Kombat. They are all the best!!!!!!!!!!
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What can I say? I'm spoiled to own two absolutely stellar soundtracks from the Mortal Kombat series!! I'm also excited about purchasing the remaining two. After hearing the first soundtrack, I thought, "How is a second soundtrack going to compete with such a great first one? Well, Mortal Kombat Annihilation manages to hold its own. This album takes a little getting used to, but once you hear it a second or third time, it's awesome. It's quite distinct from the first soundtrack, as almost every song is a blending of techno and metal that gives them a very unique sound. Because of this, this soundtrack is more dancy than the first. I think that it's a razor-thin close second to the first soundtrack. The reason why I think the first one is better is because it's a little more varied, and can appeal to more people. Mortal Kombat Annihilation has plenty of great tracks, such as FIRE, MEGALOMANIAC,GENIUS,ALMOST HONEST, WE HAVE EXPLOSIVE, TWO TELEPHONE CALLS AND AN AIR RAID,and DEATH IS THE ONLY WAY OUT. My absolute favorites are FIRE and DEATH IS THE ONLY WAY OUT. There's no sophomore jinx here. This CD rocks, and is a must-have for all fans of the franchise. 9.9/10
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What can I say? This is a great soundtrack for people who love techno and industrial music. I like "Engel" by Rammstein, and I love the Middle Eastern theme in "Panik Kontrol" by Psykosonik. Two bad this song isn't in any of their CDs. I also like "Calling Your Name" by Libra Presents Taylor, whoever they are. If anyone has any information on the artist "Shaun Imrei" please e-mail me. "Two Telephone Calls and An Air Raid" may be the best and fastest techno song I've ever heard.
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