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Comments about the soundtrack for The Matrix Revolutions (Don Davis)

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Re: Which song is the fight music?
• Posted by: Lisandra   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, January 30, 2004, at 11:58 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Which song is the fight music? (Daniel)

> But when i listen to these tracks on the cd is swear none of them contain
> the heavy paced techo music that plays when the two really get into the
> fight...maybe ill just have to wait till the dvd comes out! any other
> ideas anyone?

It's two tracks.

Neodammerung begins when Neo enters the Matrix: when the percussion/piano starts it's the cue for Neo's feet stepping/splashing on the road. The first lull is when Smith speaks ("Welcome back Mr. Anderson. We missed you." etc) It encompases the fight in the air, in the abandoned building and in the air above the city. This track ends with Smith crashing Neo into the ground and the third rain bubble of the fight.

Why Mr. Anderson? begins with all the Smiths gathering around the crator made when Smith and Neo crashed into the ground. Smith asks why, Neo stands and says "Because I choose to" (best line in the move, if you've taken the Landmark Forum you'll understand), Neo punches Smith into the rock, Smith comes back and knocks Neo down, Neo stands up, surrenders and allows whatever he does. Smith asks himself "Is it over?" then the track ends with the fanfare for the destruction of all the Smiths and then the reverential music that accompanies the lowering of Neo's body to the ground in the real world.
The end.

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