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Exclusive: Listen To The Propulsive "Motor Chase" From 'The Raid 2' Soundtrack

The Playlist By Edward Davis | The Playlist March 24, 2014 at 10:05AM

This weekend, Gareth Evans returns to cinemas with his bone-crunching, face-punching, unrelenting action sequel, "The Raid 2." The filmmaker's followup his breakout "The Raid" puts everything on a bigger and badder canvas this time around, with no shortage of sequences prepped to fully drop your jaw.
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The Raid 2

This weekend, Gareth Evans returns to cinemas with his bone-crunching, face-punching, unrelenting action sequel, "The Raid 2." The filmmaker's followup his breakout "The Raid" puts everything on a bigger and badder canvas this time around, with no shortage of sequences prepped to fully drop your jaw. 

But helping it all land with the intended impact is the score from composer Joseph Trapanese ("The Raid," "Oblivion") along with Aria Prayogi and Fajar Yuskemal, and today we've got an exclusive taste of what you'll be hearing very soon. "Motor Chase," from the forthcoming soundtrack, is a propulsive piece and a nice preview of heart-rate jacking work in the film. Tension and momentum move quickly through this cut and it's easy to see why Evans entrusted Trapanese once again to give his action flick an appropriate sonic backdrop.

"The Raid 2" opens in theaters on March 28th. The soundtrack hits digital outlets tomorrow, March 25th, with the CD format coming April 29th, followed by a deluxe vinyl LP edition on May 27th. Turn it up and listen below following the complete tracklisting.

"The Raid 2" Soundtrack Tracklisting
1. Alarm
2. The Equation
3. Toilet Nightmare
4. Suck It Up
5. Prison Riot
6. Ball Inspection
7. Phone Call
8. Porn Den
9. Prakoso
10. Undercover
11. Club Battle
12. Reog
13. Punch It
14. SIM Card
15. Betrayal
16. The Assassin
17. Pursuit
18. Motor Chase
19. Wasteland
20. Warehouse Stomping
21. Uco Dining
22. Hammerballs
23. Showdown
24. Hush

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