Ranking All the Songs from The Godzilla vs. Kong Soundtrack

Godzilla vs. Kong

The Godzilla vs. Kong soundtrack is packed with some of the biggest names in music today. From hip-hop to pop, there’s something for everyone on this album. The film was released in March of 2021, and the soundtrack is sure to get everyone pumped up for the battle between these two titans. In this article, we will look at all the songs from the soundtrack.

15. Hong Kong – Tom Holkenborg

 

This song is all about the energy of Hong Kong. It’s fast-paced and up-tempo, perfect for getting people pumped up for the film. The song features a mix of traditional Chinese instruments and modern electronica, giving it a unique sound. It also includes a rap by Tom Holkenborg, aka Junkie XL.

14. Mega – Tom Holkenborg

 

“Mega” is one of the songs on the Godzilla vs. Kong soundtrack composed by Junkie XL specifically for the film. It is one of the more upbeat and action-packed tracks on the album, and it perfectly captures the feel of the film’s intense monster battles. The song begins with a powerful orchestral intro, followed by heavy electronic beats and screams that give the listener a sense of the scale and excitement of the film. The chorus features the repeated chant of “Godzilla, Kong, Godzilla, Kong,” which further adds to the sense of epic conflict and destruction.

13. The Royal Axe – Tom Holkenborg

 

From the very beginning, this song gives off an intense and exciting vibe that immediately gets the listener pumped for what’s to come. The Royal Axe is a perfect match for the action-packed film Godzilla vs. Kong, and it’s no surprise that it was featured in the trailers.

12. Nuclear Blast – Tom Holkenborg

 

Nuclear Blast kicks off the soundtrack with a bang. The song is intense and perfectly reflects the feeling of a giant monster brawl. It’s easily one of the best tracks on the album. The song features an epic choir and orchestra and heavy percussion and guitars.

11. Lunch – Tom Holkenborg

 

This song has an epic feeling, and it amps you up for the rest of the soundtrack. Lunch is composed by Tom Holkenborg, who also made the music for Mad Max: Fury Road. The song has an intense feeling, making you feel like you’re in the middle of an epic battle.

10. The Throne – Tom Holkenborg

 

“The Throne” sets the tone for an epic battle from the very beginning. It’s a slow-building track that features intense percussion and choir vocals. The lyrics are written in Latin, and they talk about the two monsters fighting until only one is left standing.

9. Hollow Earth – Tom Holkenborg

 

With a title like “Hollow Earth,” you might think this song would be gloomy. But surprisingly, it’s quite upbeat and energizing. It’s the perfect song for the film and amps up the excitement for the viewer.

8. Antarctica – Tom Holkenborg

 

At number eight is another song named “Antarctica” by Tom Holkenborg. This tense and atmospheric track features an ethereal female vocal performance and uses brass instruments to create a sense of majesty and wonder. The song reflects the scale and beauty of Antarctica while also conveying the sense of isolation and loneliness that can come from being in such a remote place.

7. Through There – Tom Holkenborg

 

Through There features an acoustic guitar and soft vocals that help set the film’s mood. The lyrics are about a person looking back on their life and wondering what could have been.

6. Tasman Sea – Tom Holkenborg

 

Tasman Sea song is intense and fast-paced, immediately immersing you in the world of Godzilla vs. Kong. The music is composed by Tom Holkenborg, also known as Junkie XL. Tasman Sea perfectly captures the feeling of a giant monster battle, with its booming percussion and string sections. The song amps up the excitement for the film.

5. Just Now – Tom Holkenborg

 

The track is fast-paced and full of energy, perfect for getting the adrenaline pumping for what’s to come. While it may not be the most memorable song on the soundtrack, it sets the tone for the rest of the album. It’s composed by Tom Holkenborg, who wrote all the other songs on the soundtrack.

4. A New Language – Tom Holkenborg

 

The fourth song on the Godzilla vs. Kong soundtrack is called “A New Language,” and Tom Holkenborg performs it. The song is an electronic/ambient track that features some ethereal vocals from Holkenborg himself. The piece is pretty atmospheric and creates a sense of unease, fitting for a monster movie. It’s a good song that any fan of the film will love.

3. Apex Cybernetics – Tom Holkenborg

 

This track is intense and apocalyptic. It feels like the perfect soundtrack to the end of the world. The drums are pounding, and the synthesizers are wailing. It’s the kind of track that makes you want to run for your life.

2. Skull Island (Kong Theme) – Tom Holkenborg

 

The Kong Theme song Skull Island by Tom Holkenborg is a great song that gets you pumped up for the movie. The guitar and drums in the background give it a really powerful feeling, and the vocals are amazing. They capture the sense of danger and excitement that Kong brings with him. This is a great song to listen to if you want to get pumped up for the movie or feel inspired.

1. Pensacola, Florida (Godzilla Theme) – Tom Holkenborg

 

This is the first song on the Godzilla vs. Kong soundtrack, and it immediately sets the tone for the film. It’s an upbeat, action-packed track that perfectly captures the spirit of the Godzilla franchise.

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