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Rediscover the essence of this cult film through this extraordinary film score. Between electronic music, progressive rock and symphony, this soundtrack kicks into the anthill of a rather conservative genre at the time. The soundtrack, written by one of the pioneers of the genre, Wendy Carlos (The Shining, A Clockwork Orange), largely contributes to the cult character of this extraordinary film. Released in 1982, this masterpiece by Steven Lisberge remains the first feature film whose design was almost entirely computer-assisted.
Rediscover the essence of this cult film through this extraordinary film score. Between electronic music, progressive rock and symphony, this soundtrack kicks into the anthill of a rather conservative genre at the time. The soundtrack, written by one of the pioneers of the genre, Wendy Carlos (The Shining, A Clockwork Orange), largely contributes to the cult character of this extraordinary film. Released in 1982, this masterpiece by Steven Lisberge remains the first feature film whose design was almost entirely computer-assisted.
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Tron (Original Sountrack) - Heavyweight Black Vinyl
Artist: Wendy Carlos
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $56.99
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DISC: 1

1. Creation of TRON
2. Only Solutions
3. We've Got Company
4. Wormhole
5. Ring Game and Escape
6. Water, Music and TRONaction
7. TRON Scherzo
8. Miracle and Magician
9. Magic Landings
10. Theme from TRON
11. 1990's Theme
12. Love Theme
13. Tower Music - Let Us Pray
14. The Light Sailor
15. Sea of Simulation
16. A New TRON and the MCP
17. Anthem
18. Ending Titles

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Rediscover the essence of this cult film through this extraordinary film score. Between electronic music, progressive rock and symphony, this soundtrack kicks into the anthill of a rather conservative genre at the time. The soundtrack, written by one of the pioneers of the genre, Wendy Carlos (The Shining, A Clockwork Orange), largely contributes to the cult character of this extraordinary film. Released in 1982, this masterpiece by Steven Lisberge remains the first feature film whose design was almost entirely computer-assisted.
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