October 29, 2003
Rock the Revolution
The Matrix Revolutions' Soundtrack Set For November 4th Release on Maverick Records
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Oct. 29 /PRNewswire/
| from inside the mind of krix at October 29, 2003 07:42 AM
-- On November 4th, 2003, Maverick Records will proudly release the soundtrack to "The Matrix Revolutions," the final chapter in the epic "Matrix" trilogy, on the eve of the film's unprecedented global release.
Music From The Motion Picture The Matrix Revolutions will feature over an hour of original music by composer Don Davis, who also scored the two previous installments, "The Matrix" and "The Matrix Reloaded." Included is the song "In My Head," performed by Pale 3, and collaborations with Davis and the group Juno Reactor, including a nine-minute remix of the track "Super Burly Brawl." The album also features an orchestral score composed by Davis. Selections include "The Trainman Cometh," "Saw Bitch Workhorse," "Neodammerung" and over a dozen others.
In "The Matrix Revolutions," the rebels' long quest for freedom culminates in a final explosive battle. As the Machine Army wages devastation on Zion, its citizens mount an aggressive defense -- but can they stave off the relentless swarm of Sentinels long enough for Neo to harness the full extent of his powers and end the war?
Written and directed by the Wachowski Brothers and produced by Joel Silver, "The Matrix Revolutions" will be released worldwide on November 5 by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company, and in select territories by Village Roadshow Pictures.
Off-topic, I see little Neo is back behind the header. I wish I was around to see the changing of the guards, just once. Little Keanu spotting little Neo, nodding hello, getting up gracefully and giving his place in that respectful and deferential way of his. Little Neo humbly thanking him with a nod of his own and then assuming his regal pose. *smiles*
I'm kinda curious about what sort of scene prompted the title "Saw Bitch Workhorse".
I'm kind of a movie score fanatic and have been listening to 10 of the tracks nonstop since Saturday. Some consider the titles to be spoilers; I took a chance and only one is something of a minor character spoiler. Believe me, there's nothing like "Neo's funeral" or "Niobe & Morpheus' Wedding" on there! Don Davis has a funny sense of humor in naming his film music cues. But, if you don't want to know anything that could possibly happen to any character, you'll have to stay away from the music/CD until after you've seen the film.
If you are a music lover, of course the music itself is a spoiler; then again, we have no idea *when* in the film it will be playing, or what will be happening.
The music is awesome, I've already been near tears several times because of it. If you want to just listen, there's a link on the official site to do so.
If you want to download ;) there are links on a board called spawn.com (I didn't know how to put a link in here or if it was ok to do so...)
Forgot to say: I love Little Neo too! My heart gave a little jump to see him there... Hi zenny!
Also forgot: if it's not clear from the above, you can't listen to or download the music without seeing the titles, so...if you want to remain pure as the driven snow, you'll have to forego listening to the music ahead of time.
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