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VINE VOICEon 5 August 2008
As I recall, this was probably the first CD I ever bought, if it wasn't Thriller by Michael Jackson or some Spice Girls single. At that age £17 was a whopping great price for a CD, but some 13 years on I think I've gotten my money's worth, many times over.

The selection of tracks here is a perfect amalgamation of metal (Napalm Death, Fear Factory), techno (The Immortals, Traci Lords) and techno-metal (KMFDM, Gravity Kills), with a few snippets of George S. Clinton's excellent score thrown in for good measure. A couple of the tracks are exclusive to this album as well, which before the days of downloading made it an essential purchase for fans of Type O Negative, for the way-superior mix of "Blood And Fire" which would eventually be released on Life Is Killing Me. The Orbital track is like a wave of sonic cleansation, whilst the G//Z/R-Fear Factory combo provides plenty of relentless heaviness and a double dose of Burton C. Bell. The Utah Saints take on the Immortals' Mortal Kombat theme is arguably now the better known version, but its great to have both on one disc. Other cuts from less well known bands such as Bile, Mutha's Day Out and Psykosonic round out the album, with not a duffer in sight.

The tracklisting keeps things interesting with a good balance of heavy and calm, and a great closer in "Demon Warriors" from the also-awesome movie's final battle. Clinton's work on this film is superb and the score album is available separately, and also comes highly recommended.
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on 7 May 2005
This soundtrack is great. It has the great music that really suits the movie. My personal favorite is Halcyon + on + on that rocks. If you like the movie then buy this.
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on 17 January 2013
Got this one for the main theme, but was staggered by how good the other tracks. Even if you disliked the film, the soundtrack is well worth getting.
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on 7 November 2002
If you watched and enjoyed the movie you definitely will love the soundtrack. The tunes are a brilliant mix of rock, techno & metal. The theme song 'Mortal Kombat' is in my opinion a masterpiece and certainly pays credit to the Mortal Kombat series, brilliant if you have a lot of energy to burn on the dance floor. Yep most of these tunes should lift your spirits high if you had a particularly intimidating day or are great to listen to while doing a heavy workout. The only problem I have with the album is that the tracks all have silly names that you really can't see how they are related to the tracks. Else this is a great sound track that I highly recommend to all you high octane dudes out there.
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on 30 July 2015
awesome
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on 6 May 2014
Unsure of CD format. Mortal kombat MP3 Download is not "Techno Syndromme - The Immortals". Amazon sure don't know how to pick them.
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on 15 November 2000
Well if you have watched the films, you would of heard some of these pieces in the background of the fighting, I myself prefer the last fight in the last film of Mortal Kombat, so it made the film a bit more enjoyable with good music in a good fight!/? If you don't like violent activity then don't watch the films, but do listen to the music. IT IS KEWL!
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