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is the compilation album which accompanied the 1995 film Mortal Kombat (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) . Three songs from Mortal Kombat Stabbing Westward were included in the movie, but were omitted from the soundtrack: "Lost", "Lies" and "Can't Happen Here", all of which appear on the album . Metal vocalist Ungod Burton C. Bell is the only artist on the album to appear twice; once with his primary band Fear Factory, and again with side-project GZR. The album features primarily electronic dance music (EDM) along with rock music.
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Mortal Kombat was nominated for the Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA Golden Reel Award. It won the BMI Film & TV Awards BMI Film Music Award. The soundtrack went  Platinum in less than a year reaching No. 10 on the  , Billboard 200 and was included in the 2011  as the "most successful video game spin-off soundtrack album". Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition It also made history as the first  electronic dance music (EDM) record to receive a Platinum certification in the United States. Its popularity inspired the album  .
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References [ edit ]
Stephen Thomas Erlewine (1995-08-15). "Mortal Kombat [Original Soundtrack] - Original Soundtrack | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic . Retrieved . 2015-09-29
Awards for on Mortal Kombat IMDb
"Search Results for Mortal Kombat". Recording Industry Association of America . Retrieved . April 12, 2017
"Mortal Kombat [Original Soundtrack] - Original Soundtrack | Awards". AllMusic. 1995-08-15 . Retrieved . 2015-09-29
J.C. Reeves (February 10, 2012). ". Game Rant 'Mortal Kombat' Franchise Boasts Numerous Guinness World Records" . Retrieved . April 9, 2015
Couch, Aaron (August 18, 2015). ". 'Mortal Kombat': Untold Story of the Movie That "Kicked the Hell" Out of Everyone" The Hollywood Reporter . Retrieved . 22 March 2020
"American album certifications – Soundtrack – Mortal Kombat". Recording Industry Association of America . Retrieved . 22 March 2020 If necessary, click Advanced , then click Format , then select Album , then click SEARCH .