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Judgement Night

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All-Reviews.com Music Review: Judgement Night

Artist: Various
Genre: Soundtrack, Rap
Release Date: 1993


Review by Ken
3½ stars out of 4

The first album of its kind, this soundtrack broke barriers by blending rap and rock bands together on every single track; and proving in the process that the harsh sounds of hip hop and hardcore metal really have a lot in common after all. While such rap-metal pairings are commonplace in today's music market, it was still a somewhat unheard-of concept in the early 1990's; save for the landmark Run DMC/Aerosmith and Public Enemy/Anthrax collaborations. Although a few of the crossover compositions on this soundtrack don't really work, others come together like magic- such as Slayer/Ice-T's 'Disorder', House Of Pain/Helmet's 'Just Another Victim' and Boo-Ya T.R.I.B.E/ Faith No More's 'Another Body Murdered'. More than just a gimmick or novelty item, this refreshing album served as an audio prophecy of the state of musical trends to come.

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