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Daft Punk is Dropping Beats in the TRON game

Posted on Wednesday, November 17 @ 11:49:12 PST by Blake_Morse
TRON: Evolution just got harder, better, faster and stronger.

It's been known for quite some time that everybody's favorite French DJ duo with robot masks would be providing the beat for the upcoming TRON movie sequel, but today the bomb was dropped that a few of their tracks from the film soundtrack would be making their way into the game as well. From the press release:

"Disney Interactive Studios announced today the inclusion of two Daft Punk tracks in the game -- “Derezzed” and “The Grid” -- along with music from composers Sascha Dikiciyan, Cris Velasco and Kevin Manthei."

Yeah, I know it's only two tracks, and I have no idea who those other two artists are, I just wanted an excuse to talk about how much I love Daft Punk.

I saw them a couple of years back at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, CA and it was one of the most phenomenal shows I've ever been to. Two robot dudes in a giant glowing pyramid that put on one hell of a light show as they mashed up their entire catalog of crazy electronic music. It's not hard to see why these guys were picked to do the TRON: Legacy soundtrack.

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