New Daft Punk Samples
2010-07-23 by Kadir Ari | 20 Comments
Electronic duo Daft Punk released six music samples that will be included in the soundtrack to the movie "Tron Legacy". The six instrumental pieces have a much more epic and darker feeling compared to their previous work.

The songs can be downloaded here:

http://blogs.1077theend.com/internbryce/2010/07/22/new-daft-punk-zomg/
Tagged: Daft Punk

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IanDavila
July 23rd 2010
442 Comments


Whoa Whoa Whoa

bloc
July 23rd 2010
34951 Comments


Save for a few songs, Daft Punk never really did it for me. Sure, these clips will probably suit the movie really well but as for casual listening, no thank you.

VonManHead
July 23rd 2010
179 Comments


Diggin' it.

MaskAtTheMasquerade
July 23rd 2010
2887 Comments


can't wait to see this/hear the soundtrack

MIRAI87
July 23rd 2010
249 Comments


A) WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT PICTURE
B) DAFT PUNK IS PLAYING AT MY HOUSE!

MaskAtTheMasquerade
July 23rd 2010
2887 Comments


lol yeah the picture is pretty hilarious/unappealing. i'm beginning to accept that these pornographic images popping up
here and there are just another part of the sputnik experience.

paradoxycles
July 23rd 2010
22 Comments


whoops double post. damn firefox

paradoxycles
July 23rd 2010
22 Comments


love daft punk.



ps rofl@scat porn pic

bloc
July 23rd 2010
34951 Comments


You find that funny?

Nomos
July 23rd 2010
844 Comments


lol daft fail

Nomos
July 23rd 2010
844 Comments


upon further listening: Mass Effect OST ripoff. Good job.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
July 23rd 2010
31401 Comments


Will probably be boring, Daft Punk are really only relevant now when they bust out their old cuts

Digging: Objekt - Flatland

bailar11
July 23rd 2010
2433 Comments


hahahhahahahhahahahhah

gawd that is wrong but amusing in a sick way

Dogget
July 23rd 2010
781 Comments


mega excited when I heard DP were doing the tron soundtrack. Shame the film looks nothing like the original, could still be good though

TheStarclassicTreatment
July 23rd 2010
2910 Comments


Daft Punk are absolute gods.

bloc
July 23rd 2010
34951 Comments


Nah man, maybe in the early days they were demi but never full Gods.

AgentZero
July 24th 2010
322 Comments


DAFT PUNK IS PLAYING AT MY HOUSE! (2)

Have no interest in another remake of a (semi)classic that is utterly obliterated by years of advancement in special effects, but those cuts got my attention.

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
July 24th 2010
18746 Comments


Nothing will ever top Veridis Quo

Digging: Monolake - Hong Kong

Titan50
July 24th 2010
4588 Comments


Seems like the soundtrack will be the best thing about it

Skyler
July 24th 2010
1084 Comments


Sounds like that stereotypical, darksynth-driven background music that you hear in every sci-fi movie from the 80s. How exciting.

The only question is, why did I expect this to be anything more than that?



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