Games Beat. This post has not been edited by the GamesBeat staff. Opinions by GamesBeat community writers do not necessarily reflect those of the staff. Most people remember the Mortal Kombat theme from the motion picture adaptation of Mortal Kombat. However, very few gamers may remember that most of the song was originally part of a hip European dance song in the early 90s. The song was then remixed by The Immortals, a Belgian electronic band. They added in arcade sound effects, voice-overs and an infamous synthesizer melody. Besides, I think most gamers would prefer to remember this as the Mortal Kombat theme. Everyone would probably like bloody fights more than some guys in a music video, who are spinning and waving their arms around. VentureBeat Homepage Games Beat.
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Television commercials for the home versions included a brief plug for the album at the end. The album featured a techno song for each of the 7 playable characters, as well as Goro, along with two additional tracks. Track 5, "Techno Syndrome Mortal Kombat ," dates back to when it was released as a single; the year when the game was released for consoles. It can also be accessed by putting the CD in a CD player and selecting track The album peaked at 16 on the Billboard Heatseekers in the United States. All songs written by Maurice Engelen and Oliver Adams except where noted. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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