Some say The Mighty Ducks, others Young Guns, but the greatest movie Emilio Estevez ever starred in was Judgement Night from 1993 that found him and his companions off to see a game and in order to make it there on time, they take a shortcut which they never should have taken and experience the worst night of their lives. The movie was exciting and crazy and everything you could ever want including a killer soundtrack featuring some of the top hip hop artists of the day teaming up with some big rock/metal bands. This soundtrack was a perfect example of music and movie merging into one perfect beast, enough so that after the film ends, you want to seek out the songs and continue the trip. It may not be for everybody, but nothing ever is. Give it a shot and you may be pleasantly surprised.
1. Just Another Victim – Helmet and House of Pain
2. Fallin’ – Teenage Fanclub and De La Soul
3. Me, Myself & My Microphone – Living Colour and Run DMC
4. Judgment Night – Biohazard and Onyx
5. Disorder (Medley of 3 Exploited songs: War, UK ’82, and Disorder) Slayer and Ice-T
6. Another Body Murdered – Faith No More and Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.
7. I Love You Mary Jane – Sonic Youth and Cypress Hill
8. Freak Momma – Mudhoney and Sir Mix-A-Lot
9. Missing Link – Dinosaur Jr. and Del the Funky Homosapien
10. Come & Die – Therapy? and Fatal
11. Real Thing – Pearl Jam and Cypress Hill
Categories: Music, Saturday Soundtracks
Oh, great choice! I loved this soundtrack. Wonder if I still have it… I’ll have to dig it out! 😊
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