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The Matrix Reloaded Enhanced, Import, Compilation, Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (May 6 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Enhanced, Import, Compilation, Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack
  • Label: Maverick
  • Run Time: 138 minutes
  • ASIN: B00008W2OO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)

Disc: 1
1. Session
2. This Is The New Sh** - Marilyn Manson
3. Reload
4. Furious Angels
5. Lucky You - Deftones
6. The Passportal
7. Sleeping Awake
8. Bruises
9. Calm Like A Bomb
10. Dread Rock
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Main Title
2. Trinity Dream
3. Teahouse
4. Chateau
5. Mona Lisa Overdrive - Juno Reactor/Don Davis
6. Burly Brawl
7. """Matrix Reloaded"" Suite"


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Format: Audio CD
Much like the first time around, the score fan gets shafted by the soundtrack. While there is more material here this time (45 minutes, plus if there's any material on disc 1 that is used, versus 32 minutes for the first movie), it's still a drop in the bucket compared to the available material.
That said, Don Davis's score holds up to what he wrote for The Matrix. If you felt that you got your money's worth last time around, then get this; otherwise, you'll be better off hoping for a score-centric release.
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Format: Audio CD
Breakdown of the songs:
"Session"-Linkin Park: This is an ok song. Personally, not what I feel is the best on the album.
"This is the new sh**"-Marilyn Manson: I love the song. It has some interesting background music. One of my favorites on the album.
"Reload"-Rob Zombie:A really good Zombie song. It sounds a bit techno but still heavy with a traditional zombie sound. A Great Track!!
"Furious Angels"-Rob Dougan: It is another ok song. Sounds a bit too much like his last one for the original matrix soundtrack.
"Lucky you"-Deftones: I love this song! It sounds really sexy to me, with a interesting combination of vocals and music. Possibly the best song on the album.
"The Passportal"-Team Sleep: I really enjoy this one. It is a hip techno/adventure song to me. I can see Neo and Trinity heading off to face the world with this song.
"Sleeping Awake"-POD: Another alright song. I don't love it but i don't hate it. It starts off good but gets a little soft. With me either rock out and stay that way or stay soft.
"Bruises"-Unloco: If you want to rock out, this is your song. I have heard a few of their songs before. This one is one of their better ones.
"Calm Like a bomb"-Rage: I have never been a large rage fan. Every album has a bad song, and for the matrix reloaded, this one is it.
"Dread Rock"-Oakenfold: I am a big techno fan and i love oakenfold. Great song
"Zion"-Fluke: I have never heard of them but I love this song. Another great one.
"When the world ends"-Dave Matthews Band: Great song remixed. Another one of my favorites! This is one of the best.
Conclusion: The cd is worth having. A few songs are lackluster but overall, this is a must for the cd collection. it is filled with all genres of music, for the hardcore fan. I love an album with variety.
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Format: Audio CD
I love this soundtrack
Zion is probably been played more times than any other song in the past 2 years it is by far my favorite techno track
Sleeping awake- One of the best songs of all time the chorus gives you chills......Love the vibe!
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Format: Audio CD
After waiting four years for the next Matrix movie, we also get another Matrix soundtrack. I think that this has got to be the BEST Matrix soundtrack available. It is two-disc and enhanced. The first disc has many different bands like Linkin Park, Marilyn Manson, P.O.D., Deftones, Rob Zombie, Rage Against the Machine, and Dave Matthews Band, just to name a few. The second disc, the enhanced disc (put in the computer to access trailers and behind-the-scenes footage), has original songs by Don Davis, Juno Reactor, Rob Dougan, etc. Both discs are great. My personal favorite Matrix movie (and I've seen all) is The Matrix: Reloaded, so it's not much of a surprise that my favorite movie soundtrack of all time is The Matrix: Reloaded: The Album.
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By "duneraider007" on April 10 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is a dual CD collection of soundtracks from the credits. The first CD has music from bands that can be heard at the end in the credits. While the 2nd Cd my favorite has music from the background music true soundtrack music. The second CD also features rom for your computer, like a preview of the Animatrix (Last Flight of th Osris (my personal favorite)), an early tralier of matrix revolutions.
There are really no major flaws.... really how can you mess up a music CD (well....its been done, look at Creed). Any who I really hated the first CD for the Gothic/ Punk/ Stupid beat music. The features are nothing new since its al out.
I really like the 2nd CD because of the Soundtracks, really entertaining. The CD rom stuff really is cool, and a good background music to work to. Only thing holding this thing from a 5 is the first CD. So a 4/5.
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Format: Audio CD
The first disc has nu-metal, industrial rock and techno. Mainly b-sides, but nothing too awful.
It's all about the score, babe. Don Davis builds on the themes and signatures created for the first film. His collaboration with Juno Reactor and Rob Dougan works beautifully with the on-screen action. "Teahouse" has good tribal hustle - Not quite Asian, not quite Aboriginal.
"Mona Lisa Overdrive" starts out with James Bond techno, then shifts gears (literally) into standard techno-stomp. Don Davis keeps an orchestral layer riding over the whole thing, but the beat is the priority. Trinity's motorcycle sequence has a nice angel-choir opening, to go with the "deus ex Ducati" shot.
"Burly Brawl" is one of the most epilepsy-inducing things I've ever heard. It gets that way when Juno Reactor takes the lead from Davis at 3:23. The layers of beat loops AND voices AND strings AND synth almost make my ears tired. Plus, the tempo speeds up about five times as the fight reaches its climax. It goes with the sweep of the "Matrix" films - trying to encompass *everything,* with varying degrees of success.
Davis' "Matrix Reloaded" suite is a great closing piece at over 17 minutes. You get enough of each part of the film that it doesn't feel rushed. There's enough time to ease in and out of the emotional changes in the movie. Zion has a military feel, the love story is more classical, and the Matrix itself has a more paranoid, minimalist style.
Disc 2 is better than the score of the first "Matrix." Logically, the "Matrix Revolutions" score is even more intense and rewarding. Where the movies were sometimes confusing or overdone, the music is good enough to listen to on its own. Specifically, "Burly Brawl" will make you drive at least 10 miles over the speed limit.
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