Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released May 19, 1998
Recorded 1997-1998
Genre Alternative rockrap rock
Label Epic
Producer Andrew Slater, Sean "Puffy" CombsJay KayBrendan O'Brien,Green DayDavid Arnold
Professional ratings
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Allmusic 2.5 stars[1]

Godzilla: The Album is the soundtrack to the 1998 film, Godzilla. It was released on May 19, 1998 through Epic Records and mainly consisted of alternative rock. The soundtrack was a success, peaking at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and reaching platinum certification. The album's most successful single was Puff Daddy and Jimmy Page's "Come with Me" which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was also certified platinum.


Track listingEdit

Godzilla: The Album
No. Title Length
1. "Heroes - The Wallflowers"   3:56
2. "Come With Me - Puff Daddy, Jimmy Page"   6:06
3. "Deeper Underground - Jamiroquai"   4:42
4. "No Shelter - Rage Against The Machine"   4:03
5. "Air - Ben Folds Five"   3:20
6. "Running Knees - Days Of The New"   3:41
7. "Macy Day Parade - Michael Penn"   4:18
8. "Walk The Sky - Fuel"   3:17
9. "A320 - Foo Fighters"   5:44
10. "Brain Stew (The Godzilla Remix) - Green Day"   3:57
11. "Untitled - Silverchair"   3:31
12. "Out There - Fuzzbubble"   2:48
13. "Undercover - Joey DeLuxe"   5:11
14. "Opening Titles - David Arnold"   2:42
15. "Looking For Clues - David Arnold"   1:48
Total length: 59:04



Commercials for Godzilla: The Album could be seen on TV during 1998. The commercials would later be included on VHS releases of some films.
GODZILLA® The Album - Commercial

GODZILLA® The Album - Commercial

"Godzilla: The Album" commercial.

GODZILLA® The Album - VHS Promo

GODZILLA® The Album - VHS Promo

"Godzilla: The Album" commercial on VHS.

Godzilla Previews

Godzilla Previews

"Godzilla: The Album" commercial on VHS along with a commercial for "Godzilla: The Series" for example.


  • A notable entry is "No Shelter" by Rage Against The Machine, in which a line in the lyrics of the song appears to criticize the film for distracting the public, saying, "Godzilla, pure motherfucking filler. Get your eyes off the real killer."



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