Pacific Rim: Uprising Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Pacific Rim: Insurrección

Title in Italiano:

Pacific Rim: La rivolta

Title in Português:

Batalha do Pacífico: A Revolta

Title in Français:

Pacific Rim: Uprising

Title in Türk:

Pasifik Savaşı: İsyan

Title in Deutsch:

Pacific Rim 2: Uprising


Pacific Rim: Uprising

It is 2035, 10 years after the Battle of the Breach, in which the inter-dimensional portal created by the Precursors (through which they sent marauding Kaiju) was closed. Former Jaeger pilot Jake Pentecost, son of Battle of the Breach hero Stacker Pentecost, makes a living by stealing and selling Jaeger parts on the black market in the Los Angeles area.

After he tracks part of a disabled Jaeger's power core to the secret workshop of 15-year-old Jaeger enthusiast Amara Namani, both are arrested by the Pan-Pacific Defense Corps (PPDC) after an altercation between Amara's small, single-pilot Jaeger Scrapper and the Police Jaeger November Ajax.

A holographic transmission of Jake's adoptive sister and PPDC Secretary General Mako Mori persuades him to return to PPDC as an instructor, with Amara as his recruit.

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Pacific Rim: Uprising
Daddy Yo
Wizkid: Writer
Wizkid: Performer
I Want to Know What Love Is
Mick Jones: Writer
Foreigner: Performer
Nobody Speak
DJ Shadow: Writer
DJ Shadow: Performer
The Girl from Ipanema
Come Down
Anderson .Paak: Writer
Anderson .Paak: Performer
Go Big or Go Extinct (Remix)
Ramin Djawadi: Writer
Patrick Stump: Remixer
Benjamin Zecker: Arrangement
Better Man
Leon Bridges: Performer
Josh Block: Writer
Trololo Song
Eduard Khil: Writer
Eduard Khil: Performer

User reviews

Matthew White

The use of electronic elements in the soundtrack gives a modern and futuristic feel to the movie, adding a unique and fresh sound that complements the high-tech Jaeger battles and futuristic setting of the film.

Richard King

On the other hand, some tracks in the soundtrack felt repetitive and generic, lacking originality and failing to leave a lasting impression. While the music served its purpose in setting the tone for the film, it did not stand out as particularly memorable or innovative compared to other sci-fi/action movie soundtracks.

Carol Allen

The use of electronic elements and epic orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack creates a dynamic and engaging atmosphere throughout the film. The music seamlessly blends with the visual effects, enhancing the overall cinematic experience and immersing the audience in the world of giant robots and monsters.