The Matrix Reloaded (score)

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The Matrix Reloaded: The Complete Score
The Matrix Reloaded (The Complete Score).jpg
Soundtrack album by Don Davis
Released August 27, 2013
Recorded 2002–2003
Newman Scoring Stage, 20th Century Fox,
(Los Angeles, California)
Genre Film score
Length 153:25
Producer Don Davis
The Matrix soundtrack chronology
The Matrix Reloaded: The Album
The Matrix Reloaded: Limited Edition (2-CD Set)
The Animatrix: The Album

The Matrix Reloaded: Limited Edition (2-CD Set) is a score album to the 2003 film The Matrix Reloaded.[1] It was officially released on August 27, 2013. Unlike the first soundtrack, which featured songs from the film, this release includes almost the entire film's score on two discs. Owing to licensing issues, the soundtrack does not include the film versions of two cues, Free Flight and Double Trouble.

Prior to the LaLaLand release, a bootleg version had surfaced containing much the same material as the official release.

Track listing[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

Though reviews of this soundtrack have been relatively scarce in comparison to the first one, the overall reaction to the release has been positive. Positive reviews have come from websites Discogs (4 out of 5 stars)[2] and Soundtrack DB (4 out of 5 stars),[3] as well as favorable review from the blog 5:4.[4]

This soundtrack has been noted[by whom?] for including tracks that do not appear in the movie. Davis's tracks "Burly Brawl (Alternate)" and "Chateau Swashbuckling (Alternate)" were unused in favor of alternate versions by Juno Reactor and Rob Dougan, respectively, with the latter portion of the unused "Burly Brawl" is heavily modified in the film to become the latter portion of the final film version of "Burly Brawl"[citation needed]. Additionally, Davis's version of "Double Trouble" was altered in the film with the addition of samples from the song "Dread Rock" by Oakenfold[citation needed], which is found on the first Matrix Reloaded soundtrack.

The website eNotes notes that despite being billed as the complete score, this album does not include a number of cues from the film, such as the extended version of the track "The Bane Transformation".[5]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Upcoming LLL - Matrix Reloaded,Turbulence,Warriors". 
  2. ^ "Don Davis - The Matrix Reloaded (The Complete Score)". Discogs. Retrieved February 8, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Matrix Reloaded ( Complete Score)". Soundtrack DB. Retrieved February 8, 2011. 
  4. ^ "The Matrix Trilogy - Complete Scores". 5:4. Retrieved February 8, 2011. 
  5. ^ "The Matrix Reloaded: Complete 2 CD Score". eNotes. Retrieved February 8, 2011.