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The Matrix Revolutions - Expanded

The Matrix Revolutions - Expanded

Limited Edition
La-La Land Records (LLLCD 1281)

Release Date: February 25, 2014

Format: CD

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Track Listing

Disc 1:
1. Logos / Main Title 1:24
2. Nothing But Blue Pills* / AK, Cold and Mauser* / Our Lit Ovens* 2:24
3. Oracle Debacle* 1:38
4. Rama-Kandra / The Trainman Cometh (Juno Reactor and Don Davis) 2:42
5. The Trainman Goeth* 1:50
6. Tetsujin (Juno Reactor and Don Davis) 3:23
7. The Road to Hell* / Time's Up* / The Road to Sourceville 5:46
8. He Is You* 1:36
9. The First Goodbye* / The All-Knowing Oracle* 5:32
10. The Logos Location* / It's Crazy Zee** 5:08
11. Das Banegold* / The Bane Revelation 8:08
12. The Smith Within Us* 6:05
13. Men in Metal 2:22
14. Niobe's Run / The Breach* / Boom Hilda* 6:52
15. Die Brunett Walkure* / Mjolnir Mastication* / Charra Broiled* 4:46
16. Woman Can Drive / Moribund Mifune 6:33
  Disc Time: 66:09

Disc 2:
1. Kidfried / To Our Snivel* 6:19
2. Neovision* 3:20
3. Saw Bitch Workhorse 4:00
4. Trinity Definitely 4:17
5. Deus Ex Machina* 5:06
6. Neodämmerung 6:00
7. Why, Mr. Anderson? / Spirit of the Universe** 7:11
8. Bridge of Immortality / For Neo 4:59
9. Navras (Juno Reactor and Don Davis) 9:08
10. BONUS TRACKS: The Trainman Cometh (original version)* 2:43
11. Die Brünett Walküre (alternate)* 2:13
12. For Neo (extended ending)* 3:04
13. In My Head (perf. Pale 3) 3:48
  Disc Time: 62:08
  Total Album Time: 128:17

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Track Listing Legend:
* Previously Unreleased
** Contains Material Not Used in Film

Warner Bros Pictures, WEA and La-La Land Records are proud to announce the Expanded Archival Edition of The Matrix Revolutions, the jaw dropping third act of one of the cinema's most fantastic trilogies! Newly remastered by Mike Matessino and supervised by composer Don Davis, this action packed extravaganza clocks in at over 2 hours featuring alternate bonus tracks as well as music recorded for the film, but ultimately cut out of the final print.

Film music journalist Tim Grieving takes you down the rabbit hole once again with his in-depth analysis of the film and its score with comments by composer Davis. Art direction by Dan Goldwasser round out this outstanding package.

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