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Album-The Raid Redemption.jpg
Song by Chino Moreno from the album The Raid: Redemption (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Recorded 2011
Released January 20, 2012
Length 4:34
Writer Mike Shinoda, Chino Moreno
Producer Mike Shinoda
Label Madison Gate Records

The Raid: Redemption (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) track listing
  1. Prayers
  2. Gear Up
  3. The Arrival
  4. We Have Company
  5. We're Alone Here
  6. Quaking Old Fuck
  7. Hole Drop
  8. Moving Up, Part 1
  9. Moving Up, Part 2
  10. Trapped
  11. Close Shave
  12. One Way Out
  13. Machete Standoff
  14. Rama's Family Dream
  15. Chair Slam
  16. Dirty Cop
  17. Jaka Caught
  18. Dog Fight
  19. Uncle Andi
  20. Dead Already
  21. Drug Lab
  22. Andi Strung Up
  23. Putting A Mad Dog Down
  24. Misfire
  25. Razors.Out
  26. Suicide Music


"Razors.Out" is a song produced by Mike Shinoda and recorded by vocalist Chino Moreno of Deftones for The Raid: Redemption soundtrack.

It's no secret that Deftones was a big influence on Linkin Park. The band used to play "My Own Summer (Shove It)" on early rehearsals and even performed it as part of their shows in 2002.

In 2001 Linkin Park was a support act for Deftones' European Tour. The two groups became friends, and Stephen Carpenter, Deftones guitarist, recorded guitars for "By_Myslf" on Linkin Park's 2002 remix album Reanimation. They went out on tour together again in 2003, this time both bands were opening Metallica. In 2009, Mike joined Deftones on stage for the live debut of "Anniversary Of An Uninteresting Event", which also featured drums by Tommy Lee of Mötley Crüe.

Mike announced his work on the soundtrack on September 9, 2011 through his personal blog. "For a long time, I have been wanting to score a film. In order for it to work, it would have to have a great story, stunning visuals, and the timing would have to work out in a way that didn’t distract from all the things I want to do with Linkin Park. I’m really excited to have finally found the right project. The movie is called The Raid. Its intense martial arts choreography, amazing cinematography, and great story have been inspiring all kinds of new music. I’m excited for all of you to see—and hear—this film."[1]

About working with Chino Moreno, he said, "Chino's just dope, he's just a dope singer and a really unique artist. I always enjoy working with him in particular. It's funny because when we first started touring together, I don't think those guys really liked us very much. And then later we just kind of got over it, for the most part. Chino in particular, we're really cool."[2]


Note: Only the date of the very first release of each version is listed.

Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
Razors.Out The Raid: Redemption 4:34 2011 January 20, 2012




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