It is not an actual soundtrack to the movie, however. Cubanate's "Oxyacetylene" had already been released as a single from their 1994 album Cyberia. Babylon Zoo's "Spaceman" had already been released as a single in 1995.
Mortal Kombat: More Kombat (Cass, Comp, Dol). TVT Soundtrax, A&M Records. Mortal Kombat: More Kombat (Cass, Album, Unofficial).
Other various artists follow suit, with sound clips from the game (such as Loaded's "Fatality"). Eventually, a few larger name groups do emerge through the semi-unknown nature of the album. Brazilian rockers Sepultura provide a rather heavy number, and Crystal Method and Juno Reactor both provide techno tracks to finish off the album. Overall, a nice high energy techno album. There are a couple of less catchy spots (Crawlspace), but for the most part it's a jumpin album.
As pieces of cinema, "Mortal Kombat" and its sequel "Mortal Kombat: Annihilation" take everything from the video game series (except for the blood, gore, and guts) and turn them into two action-packed movies that people might still enjoy even if they don't enjoy the games. As visually spectacular as the fight scenes are, so too is some of the music that accompanies them: such items as "Control" by Traci Lords, heard during Liu Kang's battle with Reptile. MORTAL KOMBAT! I still have the original cassette version, but decided it was time to get the CD version. It's an excellent album of heavy metal, techno and epic battle scores. I like every inch of it and I'm glad to have never rid myself of it. I especially like the orchestral scores and the song "Burn. It's an awesome time for anyone interested in battle/heavy metal rock music. One person found this helpful.
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Mortal Kombat: More Kombat. Compilation album by Various Artists. 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).
Babylon Zoo Spaceman (Mortal Kombat: More Kombat OST). Various 1996 - Mortal Kombat : More Kombat (Promo).