Black Hawk Down Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.70/10 from 421000 votes
Tags: u.s. army, peacekeeper, chaos
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Black Hawk derribado

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Action/war drama based on the best-selling book detailing a near-disastrous mission in Somalia on October 3, 1993.

On this date nearly 100 U.S. Army Rangers, commanded by Capt. Mike Steele, were dropped by helicopter deep into the capital city of Mogadishu to capture two top lieutenants of a Somali warlord. This led to a large and drawn-out firefight between the Army Rangers, US Special Forces, and hundreds of Somali gunmen, resulting in the destruction of two U.S. Black Hawk helicopters.

The film focuses on the heroic efforts of various Rangers to get to the downed helicopters, centering on SSG Eversmann, leading the Ranger unit Chalk Four to the first crash site, Chief Warrant Officer Durant who was captured after being the only survivor of the second crash, as well as many others who were involved.

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Black Hawk Down
Tall King Dub
Raz Mesinai: Writer
Ul Iyo Dirkeed
Omar Sharif: Performer
Omar Sharif: Writer
Suspicious Minds
Elvis Presley: Performer
Francis Zambon: Writer
Barra Barra
Rachid Taha: Performer
Rachid Taha: Writer
Right Turn
Jerry Cantrell: Writer
Alice in Chains: Performer
You're the Devil in Disguise
Elvis Presley: Performer
Bernie Baum: Writer
Die Born
Travis Meeks: Writer
Days of the New: Performer
Gortoz a ran - J'Attends
Denez Prigent: Performer
Denez Prigent: Writer
Jump Around
House of Pain: Performer
Erik Schrody: Writer
Scott Weiland: Writer
Stone Temple Pilots: Performer
Falling to Pieces
Mike Bordin: Writer
Faith No More: Performer
Dhibic Roob
Omar Sharif: Performer
Omar Sharif: Writer
Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
Jimi Hendrix: Writer
Stevie Ray Vaughan: Performer
Minstrel Boy (Film Version)
Joe Strummer: Arrangement
Scott Shields: Produced
You're the Devil in Disguise
Bernie Baum: Performer
Gortoz a ran - J'Attends
Denez Prigent: Performer

User reviews

Lisa Martin

The score of Black Hawk Down does an excellent job of conveying the bravery and sacrifice of the soldiers involved in the mission. The soaring orchestral arrangements evoke a sense of heroism and camaraderie, making you feel deeply connected to the characters and their struggles. The music truly elevates the film and leaves a lasting impact on the audience long after the credits roll.

Joseph Gonzalez

The soundtrack of Black Hawk Down perfectly captures the intensity and urgency of the action-packed war drama. The music enhances the emotional depth of the film, immersing the audience in the chaos and danger faced by the characters.

James Hall

I found the Black Hawk Down soundtrack to be lacking emotional depth and resonance. The music did not effectively capture the intensity and chaos of the battle scenes, resulting in a disconnect between the on-screen action and the auditory experience.

Steven Thomas

Additionally, I felt that the soundtrack failed to elevate key moments of heroism and sacrifice in the film. The music seemed generic and uninspired, missing the opportunity to enhance the emotional impact of the characters' struggles and triumphs during the harrowing mission in Somalia.

Matthew Evans

However, at times, the relentless and intense nature of the music can become overwhelming and overshadow the emotional depth of the characters' experiences. While the score effectively conveys the adrenaline-fueled action sequences, it may lack the subtlety and nuance needed to fully explore the psychological toll of war on the soldiers involved.

Susan Thompson

The use of tribal rhythms and haunting melodies in the soundtrack adds an authentic and immersive element to the movie, transporting viewers to the heart of the conflict in Somalia. The music evokes a sense of camaraderie and sacrifice among the soldiers, highlighting their bravery and resilience in the face of overwhelming odds.

Mark Campbell

The soundtrack of Black Hawk Down perfectly captures the intensity and chaos of the battle scenes. The combination of tribal chants, haunting melodies, and pulsating percussion creates a sense of urgency and danger that immerses the viewer in the harrowing events unfolding on screen.

Kimberly King

The soundtrack of Black Hawk Down truly captures the intensity and emotion of the film's gripping action sequences. From the haunting melodies during the helicopter crashes to the adrenaline-pumping beats during the firefights, the music enhances every moment and keeps you on the edge of your seat.