Greetings, Programs: Daft Punk Drops Complete TRON Legacy Soundtrack #MusicMonday
As it turns out, there’s a “Complete Version of Daft Punk’s iconic soundtrack for TRON: Legacy — which may have been the best thing about TRON: Legacy. It takes the synthiness of the soundtrack from the cult favorite 1982 film and rezzes it up for the 21st century. Here’s more from SlashGear:
Daft Punk just released a “Complete Version” of their original TRON: Legacy soundtrack. This version of the soundtrack includes 9 “new” tracks that you’ll not likely have heard in their entirety before. Unless, of course, you’re an absolute and utterly unstoppable completist. You COULD have found these music tracks before – but again… it wasn’t likely.
The tracks on this album that weren’t available on the original were previously exclusives to a variety of platforms. The iTunes version of the album included “Father and Son” and “Outlands, Pt. II,” while the track “Sunrise Prelude” came with the Ovi version of the album. If you purchased the album via Amazon MP3, you’d have gotten the exclusive track “Sea of Simulation.”
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