Listen To Mike Shinoda & Joseph Trapanese's THE RAID: REDEMPTION Soundtrack

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Listen To Mike Shinoda & Joseph Trapanese's THE RAID: REDEMPTION Soundtrack
Gareth Evans' The Raid: Redemption is opening in select theaters today and in addition to a secondary title for the US release, the much-praised action film will also feature a new soundtrack.  Its composed by Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park and Joseph Trapanese who collaborated with Daft Punk on the soundtrack for Tron: Legacy.  Just as in the film where the fight scenes builds up the brutal intensity, the music score amps up with hard-hitting synthesizer tension for an exhilarating experience.

The soundtrack is available for both digital or physical format at the offical site. You'll find the playlist via SoundCloud embedded below.
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DerekMarch 24, 2012 2:40 PM

New soundtrack? What was wrong with the original soundtrack? My excitement level has now slightly decreased. Linkin Park? This sounds like a terrible decision.

SnailMarch 24, 2012 3:11 PM

You do know that all of the music provided thus far for the promo clips, trailers and action clips were produced by Mike Shinoda and Joseph Trapanese right? It's not 'Linkin Park' Mr. Bias.

Al YoungMarch 24, 2012 3:31 PM

I'm usually against changing the original soundtrack of a film but this won me over and it may do the same for you. Granted, I never seen the original version but I thought Mike Shinoda & Joseph Trapanese's version convey the proper mood and atmosphere to the scenes, whatever its the sense of constant danger or the building of suspense. The tracks for the fights actually reflect the physical cues nicely, enhancing the level of excitement. Give it a chance.

DerekMarch 25, 2012 3:59 PM

Don't get me wrong, I will of course be seeing the film regardless and will keep an open mind regarding the music. I just feel like it was probably an unneccesary change and based on what I've listened to from this post, Mike Shinoda consistently produces a certain type of sound in his compositions that I can only associate with Linkin Park, a band that I'd prefer stay off my radar all together. I'm sure it will be great though and I'm super excited to finally be seeing it this week. I'll transgress back into the angsty 15 year old version of me if need be. My apologies to the Mike Shinoda fans, I didn't see you there in the corner :)