Alita: Battle Angel Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.30/10 from 291000 votes
Tags: female cyborg
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Alita: Ángel de combate

Title in Italiano:

Alita - Angelo della battaglia

Title in Português:

Alita: Anjo de Combate

Title in Français:

Alita: Battle Angel

Title in Türk:

Alita: Savaş Meleği

Title in Deutsch:

Alita: Battle Angel


In 2563, three hundred years after the war "The Fall", the mysterious scientist Dr. Dyson Ido finds part of a female cyborg in a junkyard and brings to his laboratory. He finds that her human brain is amnetic but intact and gives the name of his deceased daughter Alita to the cyborg.

Alita meets on the street Dr. Ido's ex-wife Chiren, who is also a scientist that works to the powerful Zapan, and befriends the young Hugo, who brings cyborg's parts to Dr. Ido, and learns that both dream on moving to the floating city of Zalem. Hugo teaches Alita how to play Motorball and she learns that the champion of the Motorball Tournament moves to Zalem.

Soon Alita discovers that Dr. Ido is a hunter warrior and after finding her cyborg body in a crashed spaceship, she decides to become also a hunter warrior but Dr. Ido refuses to replace her body.

Who was Alita and what is the secret of the cyborg body found by Alita? Let us see what happens.

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Alita: Battle Angel
El Rey Del Calle
Robert Rodriguez: Writer
Mark Del Castillo: Performer
Vente Pa Ca
Danny Osuna: Writer
George Balmaseda: Performer
Robert Rodriguez: Writer
Rick Del Castillo: Performer
Throwing Chingasos
Robert Rodriguez: Writer
Mark Del Castillo: Performer
Swan Song
Justin Tranter: Writer
Dua Lipa: Performer
El Rey De La Calle
Robert Rodriguez: Performer
Vente Pa'Ca
Danny Osuna: Performer

User reviews

Charles Robinson

James Hall

The mix of electronic and orchestral elements in the soundtrack creates a unique and immersive listening experience that transports you to the dystopian world of Alita.

Betty Campbell

The emotional depth and intensity of the music perfectly complement the character development and action sequences in the film, enhancing the overall cinematic experience for the audience.

Mark King

The score often felt intrusive and overpowering, overshadowing crucial moments in the film instead of enhancing them. The music did not effectively build tension or emotional depth, making it difficult to fully engage with the characters and their journeys.

James Jones

The incorporation of traditional Japanese instruments in some tracks adds a unique and cultural touch to the music.

Elizabeth Lee

The emotional themes in the soundtrack resonate with the character development and relationships portrayed in the movie.

Thomas Thomas

The soundtrack effectively conveys the intensity and action-packed sequences in the film, keeping the audience engaged throughout.

Patricia Rodriguez

Despite the film's visually stunning scenes and intense action sequences, the soundtrack failed to complement these elements effectively. The lack of a cohesive musical theme or memorable motifs left me feeling indifferent towards the overall sound design of the movie, ultimately detracting from the viewing experience.

Betty Young

The music during the Motorball scenes is dynamic and energizing, creating a sense of adrenaline and excitement.

Sarah Green

The use of electronic and orchestral elements in the music enhances the sci-fi setting and adds depth to the story.

Timothy King

The soundtrack features a good balance between intense battle music and poignant, reflective melodies, catering to different moods in the film.

Richard Nelson

The theme music for Alita herself is empowering and emotional, reflecting her journey of self-discovery and identity.