Blade: Trinity (soundtrack)

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Blade: Trinity
Blade Trinity OST.jpg
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released November 23, 2004
Recorded 2003-2004
Genre Hip hop, rock, electronic
Label New Line
Producer Ramin Djawadi, Andy Ellis, RZA, Danny Saber,
Blade soundtracks chronology
Blade II
(2002)Blade II2002
Blade: Trinity
(2004)
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Blade Trinity is the soundtrack to the film of the same name. It was released on November 23, 2004[1] and like the previous two soundtracks for the series, featured a mix of hip hop music and electronic music.[2]

Versions[edit]

There are three different versions of the soundtrack: the clean version, the uncensored version, and the deluxe version. The deluxe version includes a 12-page comic by Takashi Okazaki and a bonus DVD featuring an animated short, a story board animatic, making-of footage, character designs, Blade Manga art, a weapons gallery, behind the scenes footage of The RZA[3] scoring the film, and more. The song "Starting Over" by The Crystal Method was also used in the film, though it is not on the soundtrack.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Fatal" RZA 3:43
2. "I Gotta Get Paid" Lil Flip, Ghostface Killah & Raekwon 3:49
3. "When the Guns Come Out" WC, E-40 & Christ Bearer 4:09
4. "Thirsty" Ol' Dirty Bastard & Black Keith 4:04
5. "Daywalkers" Ramin Djawadi & RZA 2:34
6. "Party in tha Morgue" Kool Keith & Thee Undatakerz 6:56
7. "Skylight" Overseer 4:59
8. "This Blood" Black Lab 3:06
9. "Bombs Away" Paris, Texas 3:28
10. "Weapons of Mad Distortion" The Crystal Method 4:50
11. "Hard Wax" Manchild 4:08
12. "Blade's Back" Ramin Djawadi 4:03

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars link

This proved to be the least successful of the three Blade soundtracks, peaking at #68 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, #15 on the Top Soundtracks and #8 on the Top Independent Albums.

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