Mortal Kombat: More Kombat
|Mortal Kombat: More Kombat|
|Compilation album by Various Artists|
|Released||November 5, 1996|
|Genre||Techno / Heavy metal / Industrial|
|Producer||Lawrence Kasanoff and Steve Gottlieb|
Mortal Kombat: More Kombat is a compilation album featuring primarily exclusive music from a number of metal, industrial and electronica bands inspired by the first Mortal Kombat film.
It is not an actual soundtrack to the movie, however, and none of the tracks were used in the film (though Alien Factory's "Higher" did in fact later turn up in the second movie, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation). Two of the tracks appeared in the animated series Defenders of the Realm: Psykosonik's "It Has Begun" and Sister Machine Gun's "Deeper Down".
- Psykosonik - "It Has Begun" (exclusive)
- Alien Factory - "Higher"
- Sepultura - "Chaos B.C." (remix of Refuse/Resist)
- Killing Joke - "Drug" (exclusive)
- God Lives Underwater - "Weight" (exclusive)
- Sister Machine Gun - "Deeper Down" (exclusive)
- Gudrun Gut - "Firething"
- Loaded - "Fatality" (exclusive)
- Sevendust - "My Ruin" (listed under their old band name "Crawlspace")
- Babylon Zoo - "Spaceman"
- Chemlab - "Exiled" (edit)
- Cubanate - "Oxyacetylene"
- GZR - "Outworld" (exclusive)
- The Crystal Method - "Come2gether" (exclusive)
- Juno Reactor - "The Journey Kontinues" (exclusive)
- Emergency Broadcast Network - "Electronic Behaviour Control System Ver2.0"
- Track #16 is exclusive to the cassette release and was taken from the EBN's album Telecommunication Breakdown.