Daft Punk released an extended edition of its ‘Tron: Legacy’ score

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Besides being a standout album on its own, the Tron: Legacy soundtrack came at a time when Daft Punk fans were hungry to hear something new from the group. The French duo hadn’t released a new studio album since 2005’s Human After All and it would be another three years after Tron: Legacy before they came out with Random Access Memories in 2013. 

Once you finish listening to the Complete Edition, it’s also well worth checking out Tron: Legacy Reconfigured. Typically, remix albums aren’t worth anyone’s time, but with appearances from heavyweights like Moby, Com Truise, Kaskade and Avicii, this one slays. We’re also pretty sure a certain judgemental AI won’t roast you for listening to the album.

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