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Listen to Tron Legacy Soundtrack

It's hit! Daft Punk's score for Tron Legacy has hit and it is everything I expected it to be. "Derezzed" broke first and is still the most recognizably Daft Punk song of the bunch, but "The Game Has Changed" is the most thrilling. "C.L.U." is your classic villain introduction theme and I'm also fond of "Solar Sailer", for what particular reason is not known, but give it a spin. Here's hoping for some Academy Award love this February.


Darren said…
Just saw the film, and it is epic. It looks (and sounds) amazing. The story is okay, but it's just visual and auditory candy. The sound mixing is beautiful and these guys just do great work.
Stu said…
I've been listening to it in loops today. It's great walking music and adds a certain sense of importance to everyday activities. It also makes you feel as if you're up against an evil, calloused, and almost infinitely powerful system but, hey, I guess that comes with the territory.
blogcabins said…
End of Line is the fucking favorite, even over the ones you mentioned above. Still need to sit down and listen to the whole thing in one sitting. Might do that right now!

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