The Matrix Reloaded: The Album

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The Matrix Reloaded: The Album
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Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released April 29, 2003
Genre electronica, Industrial metal, alternative metal, nu metal, rap metal, alternative rock (Disc 1)
Film score (Disc 2)
Length 93:28
Label Warner Bros. / Maverick
Producer Don Gilmore, Linkin Park, Marilyn Manson, Tim Sköld, Rob Zombie, Scott Humphrey, Rob Dougan, Deftones, Terry Date, Howard Benson, Mudrock, Paul Oakenfold, Fluke, Glen Ballard, Don Davis, Juno Reactor
The Matrix chronology
The Matrix: Original Motion Picture Score
(1999)The Matrix: Original Motion Picture Score1999
The Matrix Reloaded (The Album)
The Animatrix: The Album
(2003)The Animatrix: The Album2003
Singles from The Matrix Reloaded: The Album
  1. "Sleeping Awake"
    Released: May 26, 2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

The Matrix Reloaded: The Album is a 2003 soundtrack album from the 2003 film The Matrix Reloaded. The two-disc album is unusual among soundtrack releases in that it includes separate discs for the film's songs and the score, whereas most films release the songs and the score as separate single-disc albums.

The album's lead single was "Sleeping Awake" by P.O.D. The song's lyrics and video refer to elements of the film.

Track listing

Disc 1

  1. "Session" by Linkin Park – 2:23
  2. "This Is the New Shit" by Marilyn Manson – 4:19
  3. "Reload" by Rob Zombie – 4:25
  4. "Furious Angels" by Rob Dougan – 5:29
  5. "Lucky You" by Deftones – 4:08
  6. "The Passportal" by Team Sleep – 2:55
  7. "Sleeping Awake" by P.O.D. – 3:23
  8. "Bruises" by Ünloco – 2:36
  9. "Calm Like a Bomb" by Rage Against the Machine – 4:58
  10. "Dread Rock" by Oakenfold – 4:39
  11. "Zion" by Fluke – 4:33
  12. "When the World Ends (Oakenfold Remix)" by Dave Matthews Band – 5:26

Disc 2

  1. "Main Title" by Don Davis – 1:30
  2. "Trinity Dream" by Don Davis – 1:56
  3. "Teahouse" by Juno Reactor featuring Gocoo – 1:04
  4. "Chateau" by Rob Dougan – 3:23
  5. "Mona Lisa Overdrive" by Juno Reactor/Don Davis – 10:08
  6. "Burly Brawl" by Juno Reactor vs. Don Davis – 5:52
  7. "Matrix Reloaded Suite" by Don Davis – 17:34


  1. "Liberate" (Matrix Remix) by Disturbed - 3:25


Omitted cues

Don Davis wrote three cues which were ultimately unused in the final film. The first is an alternate of the "Burly Brawl theme," which lasts for 1:31. The second, "Multiple Replication," was used, but it was combined with a choir as well as composition by Juno Reactor. The third, "Chateau Swashbuckling," was almost completely omitted in favor of Rob Dougan's track, although the final few seconds were retained in the film. The following cue, "Double Trouble," which accompanies the scene in which the Twins chase the Keymaker, Morpheus and Trinity through the Merovingian's chateau, was altered to feature the beat track from Oakenfold's "Dread Rock."

The track "Mona Lisa Overdrive" was used in 2004 by rhythmic gymnast Anna Bessonova of Ukraine for her club routine, as well in 2008 by Eleni Andriola in her hoop routine.


  1. ^ "The Matrix Reloaded: The Album - Various Artists". Allmusic. 
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