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The Matrix Revolutions: Music from the Motion Picture
MatrixRevolutionsAlbum
Don Davis
Released November 4, 2003
Length 66:02
Label Warner Bros./Maverick
Produced by Don Davis (Tracks 1-3, 5-15), Juno Reactor (co-producer on Tracks 2-3), Pale 3 (Track 4)

The Matrix Revolutions: Music from the Motion Picture is a 2003 soundtrack album from the blockbuster film, The Matrix Revolutions.

Track listingEdit

  1. "The Matrix Revolutions Main Title" by Don Davis – 1:21
  2. "The Trainman Cometh" by Don Davis – 2:43
  3. "Tetsujin" by Juno Reactor & Don Davis – 3:21
  4. "In My Head" by Pale 3 – 3:46
  5. "The Road to Sourceville" by Don Davis – 1:25
  6. "Men in Metal" by Don Davis – 2:18
  7. "Niobe's Run" by Don Davis – 2:48
  8. "Woman Can Drive" by Don Davis – 2:41
  9. "Moribund Mifune" by Don Davis – 3:47
  10. "Kidfriend" by Don Davis – 4:49
  11. "Saw Bitch Workhorse" by Don Davis – 3:59
  12. "Trinity Definitely" by Don Davis – 4:15
  13. "Neodämmerung" by Don Davis – 5:59
  14. "Why, Mr. Anderson?" by Don Davis – 6:10
  15. "Spirit of the Universe" by Don Davis – 4:51
  16. "Navras" by Juno Reactor – 9:08

Cues omitted from the albumEdit

Several cues were not included on the album. These include:

  • "The Trainman Goeth" - the cue that scores the Trainman's arrival at Mobil Avenue.
  • "The First Goodbye" - the cue that scores the last conversation between Sati and the Oracle before Sati and Seraph are found by Smith.
  • "The All-Knowing Oracle" - this cue underscores the conversation between the Oracle and Smith.
  • "The Bane Revelation" - scored the scene where Bane confronts Neo and Trinity.
  • "The Smith Within Us" - this track was used to score the Neo/Bane fight.
  • "Deus Ex Machina" - the cue that scores Neo's conversation with Deus Ex Machina.
  • "Why, Mr Anderson?" - although included on the album, it was cut down and merged with "Spirit of the Universe".
  • "Spirit of the Universe" - the album version of Spirit of the Universe is actually a combination of two cues - "Bridge of Immortality" and "For Neo". The opening to "Bridge of Immortality" has been removed.
  • "Bridge of Immortality"
  • "For Neo"

These tracks were included on a second release titled The Matrix Revolutions: Complete 2 CD Score.


Matrix Soundtracks
The Matrix: Music from the Motion PictureThe Matrix: Original Motion Picture ScoreThe Matrix Reloaded: The AlbumThe Matrix Revolutions: Music from the Motion PictureThe Animatrix: The AlbumEnter the Matrix: Original Soundtrack from the VideogameThe Matrix: Path of Neo - Music from the Video Game

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