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VariousJudgment Night (Music From The Motion Picture)

Label:Music On Vinyl – MOVLP232, Immortal Records (3) – MOVLP232, Epic Soundtrax – MOVLP232, Epic – MOVLP232
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 180 Gram
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop, Rock, Stage & Screen
Style:Soundtrack, Alternative Rock, Hardcore, Gangsta, Indie Rock, Thrash

Tracklist

A1Cypress Hill & Sonic YouthI Love You Mary Jane
Mixed ByMuggs*
ProducerMuggs*
3:49
A2Onyx & BiohazardJudgment Night4:35
A3House Of Pain & Helmet (2)Just Another Victim4:21
A4Run D.M.C.* & Living ColourMe, Myself & My Microphone3:08
A5Ice-T & SlayerDisorder
Mixed ByRick Rubin, Slayer
ProducerRick Rubin
4:57
A6Del The Funky Homosapien* & Dinosaur Jr*Missing Link
Mixed ByJ Mascis
ProducerJ Mascis
Written-ByJ Mascis, Teron Jones
3:55
B1De La Soul & Teenage FanclubFallin'4:25
B2Sir Mix-A-Lot & MudhoneyFreak Momma3:57
B3Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. & Faith No MoreAnother Body Murdered4:22
B4Fatal* & Therapy?Come And Die
Mixed ByT-Ray
ProducerT-Ray
Written-ByFatal*, T-Ray, Therapy?
4:22
B5Cypress Hill & Pearl JamReal Thing3:31
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Notes

A sticker affixed to the polythene outer sleeve reads:
"Music On Vinyl®
Classic Album
180 gram audiophile vinyl pressing
www.musiconvinyl.com"

Actual 2022/2023 versions have same runouts but different hype sticker in silver.

Track B5 is listed as a bonus track.

Mastered at Masterdisk, New York.

Motion picture photography & artwork title © 1993 Largo Entertainment.
Originally released ℗ & © 1993 Sony Music Entertainment.
This release: ℗ & © 2010, Sony Music Entertainment.
Manufactured & distributed by Music On Vinyl B.V. for Sony Music Entertainment.
Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 713748 980863
  • Barcode (Scanned, EAN 13): 8713748980863
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, hand-etched): A 87996 1 ̷B̷ AMOVLP232
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, machine-stamped): 01 474183 20 2A1
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout, hand-etched): A 87996 1 ̷A̷ B MOVLP 232
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout, machine-stamped): 01 474183 20 2B1

Other Versions (5 of 57)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Judgment Night (Music From The Motion Picture) (LP, Album)Epic, Epic Soundtrax, Immortal Records (3)EPC 474183 1, 474183 1, noneEurope1993
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Judgment Night (Music From The Motion Picture) (CD, Album, Pitman Pressing)Immortal Records (3), Epic SoundtraxEK 57144US1993
Judgment Night (Music From The Motion Picture) (CD, Album)Immortal Records (3), Epic Soundtrax474183 2Australia1993
Judgment Night (Music From The Motion Picture) (CD, Album)Epic Soundtrax, Epic Soundtrax, Immortal Records (3)474183 2, EPC 474183 2Europe1993
Judgment Night (Music From The Motion Picture) (Cassette, Album)EpicEPC 474183 4Europe1993

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Reviews

  • doompreacher10's avatar
    I have a number of MOV releases and had a feeling this was going to be one of their occasional poor pressings. I was really surprised with this one, flat, clean and really good overall EQ. I only have four stars, because I just wish there was better artwork… Feels a little thin with no insert. Nonetheless, I will spin this quite often. Takes me right back.
    • curiositykilledshawn's avatar
      Judgment Night is one of those movies where the soundtrack managed to eclipse the actual film that inspired it. Released in the autumn of 1993 it quickly died a death in theatres after a shooting during a screening in Boston that the alarmist press decided to blame on the movie itself (and here we are all these years later still mired in this nonsense). It was pulled from distribution and later, slowly, found a life on home video. Meanwhile, the public went nuts over the soundtrack and it became a big hit, despite most fans being unfamiliar with the movie.

      The soundtrack features a dynamic hybrid of hip-hop and rock artists performing together such as Sonic Youth and Pearl Jam with Cypress Hill, Slayer with Ice-T himself, and Mudhoney with Sir Mix-A-Lot. There's even material from The Exploited from their Troops of Tomorrow album (you're never too far from Gary McCormack). Although director Stephen Hopkins would like to take credit for this initiative, it was actually the idea of the film's music director Happy Walters.

      Try to see the movie if you can. It's difficult to find it but well worth it and one of the best thrillers of the 90s. Also check out Alan Silvestri's score. There's plenty to love about Judgment Night and it's a real shame that got buried so soon after release but I'm glad that this soundtrack has kept it alive, and I love "Fallin'" by Teenage Fanclub & De La Soul.
      • e.vondran's avatar
        e.vondran
        No problems with my copy. Sounds good to my ears. That Slayer and Ice-T track is killer...

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