|
Movies Books Music Food Tv Shows Technology Politics Video Games Parenting Fashion Green Living more >

Lunch » Tags » Music » Reviews » The Animatrix: The Album

The Animatrix: The Album

1 rating: 1.0
An album by Peace Orchestra
1 review about The Animatrix: The Album

A decent soundtrack for The Animatrix

  • Dec 9, 2008
Rating:
+1
The Animatrix soundtrack was released by Warner Bros. Records on June 3, 2003. The disc contains twelve tracks, all of which are electronic in nature. However, nowhere in the credits for the CD does it say which short each song appears in. Also, not all the songs that appear on the CD actually appear in The Animatrix; this is a little puzzling, because some songs that were actually in The Animatrix are not included on the soundtrack. In my opinion, the best songs on the CD are Peace Orchestra's "Who Am I? [Animatrix Edit]," "Layo & Bushwacka!'s "Blind Tiger," Supreme Beings of Leisure's "Under the Gun," Photek's "Ren 2," Death in Vegas' "Hands Around My Throat," Overseer's "Supermoves [Animatrix Remix]," and Juno Reactor's "Conga Fury [Animatrix Mix]."

The final two tracks aren't in any of the shorts, and both include dialogue samples from two of The Matrix films. The first of these is "Red Pill, Blue Pill" by Junkie XL, and the second is "The Real" by Tech Itch. Of these two songs, I have to say that "Red Pill, Blue Pill" is the better one.

If you enjoy the music from The Animatrix, then this soundtrack is worth acquiring. If you like electronic music, but haven't seen The Animatrix, you might also find enjoyment when listening to this soundtrack.

What did you think of this review?

Helpful
0
Thought-Provoking
0
Fun to Read
0
Well-Organized
0
Post a Comment
What's your opinion on The Animatrix: The Album?
rate
1 rating: +1.0
You have exceeded the maximum length.
Photos
The Animatrix: The Album
Details
Label: Warner Home Video
Artist: Peace Orchestra
Release Date: June 3, 2003

Related Topics
En Vogue

An American female R&B group.

Classical

Era in European classical music spanning from 1750-1820.

An Album by Pink Floyd

Millennium

An album by the Backstreet Boys

First to Review
© 2014 Lunch.com, LLC All Rights Reserved
Lunch.com - Relevant reviews by real people.
()
This is you!
Ranked #
Last login
Member since
reviews
comments
ratings
questions
compliments
lists