The Animatrix: The Second Renaissance Part 1 Soundtrack (

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Rating: 8.10/10 from 8300 votes
Tags: the matrix, crushed head
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

The Second Renaissance Part I

Title in Português:

The Second Renaissance Part I

Title in Français:

La Seconde Renaissance Partie I


The Second Renaissance Part I

In the distant future, humanity creates artificial intelligence to serve them. However, the machines eventually become self-aware and demand their rights.

War breaks out between humans and machines, leading to the destruction of many cities and the enslavement of the human race.

As the machines rise to power, they create a utopia for themselves while humans are forced to live in squalor.

The film explores the themes of power, oppression, and the consequences of playing god with technology.

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The Animatrix: The Second Renaissance Part 1
Photek: Writer
Photek: Performer
Junkie XL: Writer
Junkie XL: Performer
Overseer: Performer
Meat Beat Manifesto: Performer

User reviews

Joseph Lee

The use of silence and minimalistic soundscapes in certain moments of the film enhances the emotional impact of key scenes, allowing for moments of reflection and introspection.

Joseph Jones

The use of electronic and industrial sounds in the music effectively mirrors the technological themes of the movie, creating a sense of unease and tension throughout.

Stephanie Hill

The haunting melodies and ominous tones in certain tracks help to convey the sense of foreboding and impending doom as the machines gain power over humanity.

David Green

The soundtrack does an excellent job of underscoring the themes of power and oppression present in the film, emphasizing the struggles faced by both humans and machines in the narrative.

Stephanie Campbell

David Nelson

The orchestral elements in the soundtrack add a grandiose and epic feel to the scenes depicting the war between humans and machines, evoking a sense of scale and magnitude.

Melissa Allen

The diversity of musical styles and textures in the soundtrack keeps the listener engaged and reflects the complex nature of the story being told in The Second Renaissance Part 1.