1. Judgment Night
Emilio Estévez, Cuba Gooding Jr., Jeremy Piven and Stephen Dorff played a group of friends on the run from a group of drug dealers led by Denis Leary after witnessing a murder in this 1993 action thriller. However, Judgment Night delivered one hell of a soundtrack that led to some really unique collaborations between hard rock and rap acts. That included Faith No More collaborating with Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E, Helmet recording with House Of Pain, and Slayer doing a track with Ice-T. The most bizarre pairing, though, was Mudhoney and Sir Mix-A-Lot. A soundtrack that could make such a pairing a reality deserves high praise.
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