Tron: Legacy

// May 2nd, 2019 // Daft Punk
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Limited edition numbered double 180gm vinyl pressing in gatefold sleeve plus download redemption. Contains unique tracklisting that differs from CD editions. Original soundtrack to the highly anticipated 2010 motion picture, composed by the multi platinum Electronic duo Daft Punk. It’s no accident that the group’s two visionary musicians, Guy-Manuel de Homen-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, are Tron fans too. Having grown up with an admiration for the ground-breaking Tron film in the 80s, Daft Punk took on the scoring of the next chapter of the story with extraordinary thought and precision. The critically acclaimed French duo composed and produced the album. The Duo assembled a symphony of one hundred world class musicians in London and recorded the orchestra at AIR Lyndhurst Studios, Britain’s premier scoring facility.

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3 Responses to “Tron: Legacy”

  1. Anonymous says:

    WARNING: NOT THE COMPLETE SCORE! The U.S. release of this CD is missing a total of 9 tracks. That’s over 25 minutes of missing music. There is a much better limited 2-CD release available from Amazon.uk and Amazon.ca that includes 5 bonus tracks not available here in the States:Encom Part 1 (3:53)Encom Part 2 (2:18)Round One (1:41)Castor (2:19)Reflections (2:42)Additionally there are 2 bonus tracks available exclusively only from iTunes:Father and Son (3:12)…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hands down not only one of the best soundtracks every produced I had never listened to Daft Punk before seeing the movie, but maybe it didn’t matter since other reviews say this is not their typical sound. It’s scary and abrasive matching Sam’s entry into the grid, where he doesn’t have time to take a breath before harsh realities overtake him. That matches other soundtracks I’ve liked — Constantine, darker tracks from Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Dune. Also industrial music which I liked for a darker season of my life.The tracks are a little…

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