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Album Review

While Daft Punk’s moody, electro-symphonic score to Tron: Legacy captured its ambition perfectly — and, arguably, may have been the best thing about the movie — it didn’t quite satisfy fans looking for dancefloor movers. Tron: Legacy Reconfigured rectifies that by letting the French duo’s peers loose on the film’s music. With a varied group of artists ranging from established names (Moby, the Crystal Method, Paul Oakenfold) to up-and-comers (Com Truise, Pretty Lights), the collection offers eclectic tangents on the retro-futuristic musical world Daft Punk created. While the acts involved don’t offer many surprises, they do what they do well, with the Teddybears giving “Adagio for Tron” a playful pulse and the Crystal Method injecting “The Grid” with adrenalized beats. Oakenfold’s reworking of “C.L.U.” is just as easily identifiable as his work as it is Daft Punk's in its massive atmospheres and rhythms; likewise, Boys Noize and Photek turn in versions of “End of Line” that are distinctive and cohesive at the same time. Even though the energy in remixes like Japanese Popstars' percussive take on “Arena” and AVICII's fizzy remix of “Derezzed” is welcome, some of Tron: Legacy Reconfigured's best moments aren’t danceable. Moby brings a patient grace to “The Son of Flynn,” and M83 and Big Black Delta's collaboration on “Fall” uncovers the track’s dreamy romance. Reconfigured may not be as striking as the original Tron: Legacy score, but it is an enjoyable, more accessible extension of it.

Customer Reviews

Awesome but Daft-Less

For those that dont know. Daft Punk had absolutely NOTHING to do with this album AT ALL. This was greedy Disney's attempt at squeezing more $ out of Daft and Tron fans. Ed Banger (ex manager and still best friend of the daft duo) came out and expressed deep resentment toward Disney for putting this together without the consent nor approval of Daft. Lots of unknown DJ remixes thanx to Disney. As a proffessional DJ I've honestly heard better remixes in DJ pools. The album itself is an ok album. For those that liked the original this will be a refreshing addition. But this is not a Daft production.


I wasn't quite sure what to expect with Reconfigured. I love the original soundtrack, and after listening to this, I absolutely love this version too. Its very different, but totally awesome. Some of the songs are very strange in parts (ex: #5, Son of Flynn), but they grow on you. Definitely buy it.

What We've Been Waiting For......and Worth the Wait

When the original score soundtrack came out, we were blown away at Daft Punk's ability to craft a versatile and electrifying score to the movie Tron: Legacy, a score that would not make the movie seem complete without it. we have the dance tracks that many people have been waiting for (and quite possibly the type of tracks some people were hoping for on the original soundtrack). And these aren't just some puny remixers; we're talking about The Glitch Mob, The Crystal Method, Oakenfold, Kaskade, Moby, Boyz Noize: eletronic artists who have probably all been influenced by Daft Punk's leadership in this genre.

Walt Disney Records took a bold move in relreasing this record. I think they'll find that it paid off.

The only thing we need now is Daft Alive 2011


Formed: 1992 in Paris, France

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Even as they evolved from French house pioneers in the '90s to dance tastemakers in the 2000s to mainstream heroes in the 2010s, Daft Punk remained one of dance music's most influential and iconic acts. The combined talents of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, the Parisian duo quickly won acclaim for their unique blend of first-wave acid house and techno with pop, indie rock, and hip-hop. One of the pair's first projects together was Darling, an instrumental indie cover band; their...
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