Judgment Night

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Intro

This was an epic moment in the history and development of music, at the time this soundtrack bought together artists from, what was thought of at the time, to be opposing genres of music, and provided further proof that Genrefication is pointless.

This soundtrack also played a major role in the creation of; The New Wave of American Heavy Metal, Nu Metal, plus the combining of Rap and Heavy Metal.

Key Tracks

Here's Faith No More teaming up with Rap act Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E
creating a track for the Judgment Night soundtrack, that was massively different for its time.

Helmet also hooked up with House of Pain to create a tune that became a club classic of its time.

Amongst the many other duets on this epic album, we were also treated to Slayer and Ice-T, many believe that this was Ice-T's inspiration for Body Count.

Info

Judgment Night was the soundtrack to the film of the same name.

It came out on September 14, 1993 via Epic Records and the production credits go to many of the album's performers.
Every track was an (at the time) innovative collaboration between Hip Hop artists and Rock/Heavy Metal artists.

Track listing