15 Songs, 1 Hour, 5 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Guided by studio Jedi Rick Rubin, a host of dance and electronica producers have been let loose in the Star Wars archives to build music from sound effects and dialogue snippets. The results stretch from Breakbot’s tasteful droid disco (“Star Tripper”) and Flying Lotus’s hypnotic, low-key jazz-hop (“R2 Where R U?”) to GTA imagining the Dark Side finding the light in a warehouse rave (“Help Me!”). Crucially, everything is done with a sense of adventure and imagination worthy of the Star Wars name.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Guided by studio Jedi Rick Rubin, a host of dance and electronica producers have been let loose in the Star Wars archives to build music from sound effects and dialogue snippets. The results stretch from Breakbot’s tasteful droid disco (“Star Tripper”) and Flying Lotus’s hypnotic, low-key jazz-hop (“R2 Where R U?”) to GTA imagining the Dark Side finding the light in a warehouse rave (“Help Me!”). Crucially, everything is done with a sense of adventure and imagination worthy of the Star Wars name.

Mastered for iTunes
TITLE TIME
3:12
3:55
2:51
2:47
3:36
6:12
5:17
5:10
8:12
5:09
3:02
4:43
2:28
4:18
4:37

Customer Reviews

3 out of 5

306 Ratings

306 Ratings

IM SO HAPPY RIGHT NOW!!!!

Foreverghost STAR WARS,

YES TWO OF MY MOST FAVORITE THINGS IN ONE!!!!!

🤗Star Wars (mostly)🤗
And electronic/dance

bangers

Hayl from target,

this is a straight bangers of two of my favorite things 10/10 stars

Really?

Kenichi tsukiyama,

Is this really necessary? All the songs sound cheesy especially GTAs. But somehow FlyLo always knows how to work things out. His will probably the only good one here. But thanks Disney. Same thing you did with that Tron Reconfigured album

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