Daft Punk’s ‘Tron: Legacy’ Soundtrack To Be Remixed

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Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross may have walked away with the Academy Award for best score this past weekend, but Daft Punk’s score to the movie Tron: Legacy still remains the score that stood out the most from any film of 2010. Of course it probably also has something to do with the fact that it was the only aspect of the film that kept viewers awake. Regardless it was a fantastic score. Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter recruited an 85-piece orchestra to help accomplish and expand not only the track listing but the presence of sound (read our review here).

Well if you loved the music arranged by the electronic duo, you may also be interested in this: On April 5th, Walt Disney Records will release the remix album Tron: Legacy R3CONFIGUR3D, which features artists like Paul Oakenfold, The Crystal Method, M83, Photek, Moby, Com Truise, and others reworking Daft Punk’s tracks from the score. If you order R3CONFIGUR3D from the Tron soundtrack website, you have the option of buying it in various deluxe box set editions that come with a digital EP featuring previously unreleased tracks, the movie on DVD or Blu-ray, a poster, and more.

Check out the album cover, full track listing and more after the jump.

Tron: Legacy R3CONFIGUR3D:

01 The Glitch Mob: “Derezzed”
02 M83 vs. Big Black Delta: “Fall”
03 The Crystal Method: “The Grid/Game Has Changed”
04 Teddybears: “Adagio for Tron”
05 Ki:Theory: “The Son of Flynn”
06 Paul Oakenfold: “C.L.U.”
07 Moby: “The Son of Flynn”
08 Boys Noize: “End of Line (Boys Noize Remix)”
09 Kaskade: “Rinzler”
10 Com Truise: “Enron Part II”
11 Photek: “End of Line”
12 The Japanese Popstars: “Arena”
13 Avicii: “Derezzed”
14 Pretty Lights: “Solar Sailor”
15 Sander Kleinenberg: “Tron Legacy (End Titles)”

2 Comments
  1. Clifford says

    ‘Tron’ is one of the most popular and successful movies of 2010. During each scene of the movie, the perfect music is playing. From action-packed chases to sweet, romantic scenes, the favorable selection of music is being emitted from the speakers.
    The Tron Legacy soundtrack is composed by the aspiring musical group: Daft Punk. Tron Legacy’s sound track is only one of many compositions by Daft Punk. One of Daft Punk’s more popular CDs is ‘interstella 555’. Interstella 555 features songs such as ‘One more time’ and ‘Technologic love’.
    The Tron Legacy Soundtrack has become one of the most sold songs of the year. This soundtrack features all of the songs from the movie including ‘disc wars’ and the more popular title ‘Derezzed’.
    Derezzed is the most popular song on the Tron Legacy Soundtrack. This instrumental song is simplistic in its use of sounds and pitch, yet the hook is infectious from beggining to end. Though each beat and instrument is excellent alone, every new instrument is introduced marvelously and flawlessly.
    Along with the good, there are some bad sides to this song. The length of this song is constantly argued ad being too short, too long, or just the right length. Since this song is the high-point of the CD, it shows that all the other songs either don’t have enough to offer, or a meerly created to be played in the background of a scene of great visual effects.
    The Tron Legacy Soundtrack features over twenty songs that total fifty-eight minutes in total length. Though all of the songs on this soundtrack are unique, Derezzed carries the album and is the first track on the CD, thich proves that the old law ‘save the best for last’ doesn’t apply here. The last song on the CD, however, is arguably the second best song. The final song on thhe Tron Legacy Soundtrack is ‘Tron Legacy: End Credits’. Though this song is only two minutes long and is meant to be played at the end of the movie, it allows the CD to end on a positive note.

    1. Detronyx says

      1. There really aren’t “sweet romantic scenes” in Legacy.
      2. Daft Punk is NOT an “aspiring musical group”. They are a successful techno-type group who just did their first ever soundtrack. They are far from “aspiring”.

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