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HACKERS soundtrack and music inspired by (2 & 3) – Greets to Crash Override and also Joey

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In our little Adafruit museum of things that are interesting to us, we have one of the first Arduinos, a first edition of Art of Electronic and some other odds and ends 🙂 In this collection we have 3 CDs, the first is the HACKERS sound track and the other ones (2 and 3) are music collections inspired by, we are very close to being able to stock the HACKERS 20th anniversary Blue-Ray too from Shout factory.

Larger photos here and here are the songs/artists.

1. “Original Bedroom Rockers” – Kruder & Dorfmeister
2. “Cowgirl” – Underworld
3. “Voodoo People” – The Prodigy
4. “Open Up” – Leftfield (featuring John Lydon)
5. “Phoebus Apollo” – Carl Cox
6. “The Joker” – Josh Abrahams
7. “Halcyon and On and On” – Orbital
8. “Communicate” (Headquake Hazy Cloud Mix) – Plastico
9. “One Love” – The Prodigy
10. “Connected” – Stereo MCs
11. “Eyes, Lips, Body” (Mekon Vocal Mix) – Ramshackle
12. “Good Grief” – Urban Dance Squad
13. “Richest Junkie Still Alive” (Sank Remix) – Machines of Loving Grace
14. “Heaven Knows” – Squeeze

Hackers 2: Music from and Inspired by the Original Motion Picture ‘Hackers’
1. “Firestarter” (Empirion mix) – The Prodigy
2. “Toxygene” – The Orb
3. “Little Wonder” (Danny Saber Dance Mix) – David Bowie
4. “Fire” – Scooter
5. “Narcotic Influence 2” – Empirion
6. “Remember” – BT
7. “Go” – Moby
8. “Inspection” (Check One) – Leftfield
9. “Cherry Pie” – Underworld
10. “To Be Loved” (Disco Citizens R&D Edit) [Mix] – Luce Drayton
11. “Speed Freak” (Moby Remix) – Orbital
12. “Get Ready to Bounce” (Radio Attack) – Brooklyn Bounce
13. “Off Shore” (Disco Citizens Edit) – Chicane
14. “Original” – Leftfield

Hackers 3
1. “Why Can’t It Stop” – Moby
2. “Godspeed” (BT Edit Mix) – BT
3. “Absurd” (Whitewash Mix) – Fluke
4. “Quiet Then” – Cloak
5. “I Am Fresh” – Monkey Mafia
6. “Phuture 2000” (radio edit) – Carl Cox
7. “An Fhomhair” – Orbital
8. “Fashion” (Ian Pooley Mix) – Phunky Data
9. “Psychopath” (Leftfield Mix) – John Lydon
10. “Stop & Panic” – Cirrus
11. “Strong in Love” – Chicane
12. “Hack the Planet” – Brooklyn Bounce
13. “Diskette” – Simon Boswell
14. “Launch Divinci” – Simon Boswell

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1 Comment

  1. When I ran a music store, I used these CDs to introduce many MANY people to electronic music. If they could come back and tell me which cuts they liked, I could steer them further into the rabbit hole. Great collection.

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