Independence Day : Le Jour de la riposte Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.00/10 from 602000 votes
Tags: fourth of july, alien fighter craft, saving the world mission
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Independence Day

Title in Italiano:

Independence Day

Title in Português:

Dia da Independência

Title in Türk:

Kurtuluş Günü

Title in Deutsch:

Independence Day


On July 2nd, communications systems worldwide are sent into chaos by a strange atmospheric interference. It is soon learned by the military that a number of enormous objects are on a collision course with Earth. At first thought to be meteors, they are later revealed to be gigantic spacecraft, piloted by a mysterious alien species.

After attempts to communicate with the aliens go nowhere, David Levinson, an ex-scientist turned cable technician, discovers that the aliens are going to attack major points around the globe in less than a day. On July 3rd, the aliens all but obliterate New York, Los Angeles and Washington, as well as Paris, London, Houston and Moscow.

The survivors set out in convoys towards Area 51, a strange government testing ground where it is rumored the military has a captured alien spacecraft of their own. The survivors devise a plan to fight back against the enslaving aliens, and July 4th becomes the day humanity will fight for its freedom. July 4th is their Independence Day...

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Independence Day : Le Jour de la riposte
It's the End of the World As We Know It
Bill Berry: Writer
R.E.M.: Performer
Oh Vicki
Bill Elliott: Writer
Bill Elliott: Performer
Link Wray: Writer
Link Wray: Performer
Boom Boom Booty
Richard Rudolph: Writer
Stand By
Sophie Zelmani: Writer
Sophie Zelmani: Performer
Live It Cool
Junior Vasquez: Writer
Lydia Rhodes: Performer
It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
Bill Berry: Writer
R.E.M.: Performer
It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
Bill Berry: Performer

User reviews

Deborah Gonzalez

The use of electronic elements in the soundtrack adds a futuristic and otherworldly dimension to the music, enhancing the sci-fi atmosphere of the film.

David Lopez

The use of repetitive motifs throughout the soundtrack became tiresome and predictable, lacking the necessary variety and creativity to keep the audience engaged. It felt like the same musical themes were recycled without adding any depth or complexity to the overall listening experience.

Margaret King

The emotional depth of the soundtrack shines through in moments of triumph and sacrifice, with poignant melodies that underscore the human spirit and resilience in the face of overwhelming odds.

Emily Scott

The use of electronic elements in the score adds a modern and futuristic feel to the music, reflecting the advanced technology of the alien spacecraft and the high-stakes battle for Earth's survival.

Patricia Nelson

The main theme is incredibly powerful and memorable, evoking a sense of unity and resilience as humanity fights back against the alien threat.

Sarah Wright

The soundtrack effectively conveys the triumph of the human spirit and the hope for a better future, leaving a lasting impression on the audience long after the credits roll.

Andrew Nelson

The diverse range of musical styles in the soundtrack reflects the global scale of the conflict, incorporating elements from different cultures to represent the unity of humanity in the face of adversity.

Kenneth Lopez

The dynamic and energetic compositions drive the action sequences forward, intensifying the excitement and adrenaline of the battle scenes.

Thomas Williams

The score expertly incorporates a mix of electronic elements and traditional orchestral music, creating a unique and modern sound that complements the futuristic themes of the film. The use of choir and percussion adds a sense of grandeur and scale to the soundtrack, making it a truly immersive listening experience.

Kenneth Jackson

The emotional depth of the music enhances the impact of the devastating scenes of destruction, creating a strong connection with the characters and their struggles.

Paul Johnson

Furthermore, the lack of memorable melodies or standout tracks made the soundtrack forgettable and unremarkable. It failed to leave a lasting impression or evoke any strong emotions, diminishing its impact on the audience's overall enjoyment of the film.