Here’s a case of a soundtrack outshining the movie it soundtracked. Judgment Night the film is an eminently forgettable exploitation flick about Emilio Estevez and his buddies taking a wrong turn and ending up in a very bad neighbourhood. The album, however, was ground-zero for rap-rock, and I don’t mean to damn it with faint praise. While the limp rap-rock acts that followed were undeniably terrible, this album’s lineup hits almost all of them out of the ballpark -- Helmet and House of Pain, Teenage Fanclub and De la Soul, Faith No More and Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E., Sonic Youth and Cypress Hill, Slayer and Ice-T and Dinosaur Jr. and Del tha Funkee Homosapien. I’m nostalgically headbanging while typing this right now!