Universal Soldier: The Return Soundtrack (

Universal Soldier: The Return Soundtrack (1999) cover

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Rating: 4.20/10 from 31000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Soldado universal: El retorno

Title in Italiano:

Universal Soldier

Title in Português:

Soldado Universal: O Regresso


Universal Soldier: The Return follows Luc Devereaux, the only surviving member of the original Universal Soldier Team. He now works with Dylan Cotner on a project to create and improve a new Universal Soldier.

Their plan is for the Universal soldier or UNISOLS to be controlled by a computer they call SETH. When the government decides to terminate the project, which includes shutting down SETH, SETH takes steps to prevent this. He first kills Dylan and then transfers himself into a body.

SETH seeks out Luc Devereaux, the only person who knows the code that will stop his program from being deleted. He sends out all the UNISOLS to capture Luc, who must try to stay away until SETH's program is deleted. However, SETH has targeted Luc's daughter as possible leverage.

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Universal Soldier: The Return
Never Felt So Much
Diana Williamson: Writer
Diana Williamson: Performer
Saddam A Go-Go
Jizmak the Gusha: Writer
Gwar: Performer
Remain Calm
One Minute Silence: Performer
Tim Skold: Writer
Bled For Days
Wayne Static: Writer
Static-X: Performer
I Don't Want To Be Alone Anymore
Ray Benson: Writer
Ray Benson: Performer
Jesse Malin: Writer
Anthrax: Writer
Crush 'Em
Dave Mustaine: Writer
Megadeth: Performer
I Don't Want To Be Alone Anymore
Ray Benson: Performer
Crush 'Em
Dave Mustaine: Performer
Target: Deveraux
Don Davis: Performer
Jet Ski Spree
Don Davis: Performer
Luc Water
Don Davis: Performer
Hillary Remembers
Don Davis: Performer
Seth Mutinous
Don Davis: Performer
Unisol Assault
Don Davis: Performer
Romeo Rundown
Don Davis: Performer
Seth Sentient
Don Davis: Performer
Luc's Remorse
Don Davis: Performer
The Aftermath
Don Davis: Performer
The Abduction of Hillary
Don Davis: Performer
The Final Confrontation
Don Davis: Performer
Crush 'Em (Megadeth)
Don Davis: Performer
Remain Calm (One Minute Silence)
Don Davis: Performer
Awake (The Clay People)
Don Davis: Performer
Crazy Train (The Flys)
Don Davis: Performer
Bled for Days (Static-X)
Don Davis: Performer
Fueled (Remix) (Anthrax)
Don Davis: Performer
Magic #3 (Jact)
Don Davis: Performer
Hatred (D Generation)
Don Davis: Performer
Securitron (Police State 2000) (Fear Factory)
Don Davis: Performer
Eureka Pile (Ministry)
Don Davis: Performer
Choas (Skold)
Don Davis: Performer
Saddam a Go-Go (Gwar)
Don Davis: Performer
Target - Devereux (Don Davis)
Don Davis: Performer

User reviews

Mary Gonzalez

The themes and motifs in the music are memorable and help to reinforce the storyline.

Patricia Wright

The use of electronic and industrial elements in the soundtrack gives the film a futuristic and technological feel, adding another layer of depth to the story. The music truly elevates the overall viewing experience and immerses the audience into the world of UNISOLS and SETH.

Thomas Hall

The soundtrack features a good balance between instrumental tracks and vocal songs, providing variety and depth to the overall sound design of the film. The songs chosen for key moments help to elevate the impact of those scenes.

Steven Hall

The music enhances the suspense and keeps you engaged throughout the movie.

Elizabeth Hall

The composition of the soundtrack is dynamic and diverse, offering a range of moods and tones that complement the different scenes in the movie.

Brian Lopez

The soundtrack effectively underscores the emotional moments in the film, adding depth to the characters and their struggles.

John Adams

The use of electronic beats and orchestral elements creates a futuristic and adrenaline-fueled atmosphere.

Stephanie Moore

The use of electronic and techno elements in the soundtrack adds a futuristic and sci-fi vibe to the film, complementing the theme of advanced technology and artificial intelligence explored in the story.

Melissa Williams