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Lumines Electronic Symphony's full track list


12:30 PM on 02.02.2012
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Q Entertainment has divulged the full track list for Lumines Electronic Symphony. There are 33 songs in total (34 if you count what's played during the credits) including names like The Chemical Brothers, Kaskade, Aphex Twin, Ken Ishii, and even Pet Shop Boys.

I'm not familiar with many of the artists, but for a game like Lumines, that's the way I want it to be. I have faith in the people in charge of selecting the music and would rather be introduced to new songs than hear the same beloved ones over and over again.

•       “4 AM” – Kaskade
•       “Aganju” – Bebel Gilberto
•       “Always Loved A Film” – Underworld
•       “Apollo Throwdown” – The Go! Team
•       “Automatons” – Anything Box
•       “Autumn Love” – SCSI-9
•       “Bang Bang Bang” – Mark Ronson & The Business Intl.
•       “Celebrate Our Love” – Howard Jones
•       “Close (To The Edit)” – Art of Noise
•       “Disco Infiltrator” – LCD Soundsystem
•       “Dissolve” – The Chemical Brothers
•       “Embracing The Future” – BT
•       “Flyin Hi” – Faithless
•       “Good Girl” – Benny Benassi
•       “Gouryella” – Gouryella
•       “Hey Boy Hey Girl” – The Chemical Brothers
•       “Higher State of Consciousness” – Wink
•       “In My Arms” – Mylo
•       “Kelly Watch The Stars” – Air
•       “Moistly” – LFO
•       “Never”* – Orbital
•       “Out Of The Blue” – System F
•       “Pacific 707” – 808 State
•       “Played-A-Live (The Bongo Song)” – Safri Duo
•       “Rocket (Tiesto Remix)” – Goldfrapp
•       “Sunriser (Publicmind Remix)” – Ken Ishii
•       “Superstar” – Aeroplane
•       “The Future of the Future (Stay Gold)” – Deep Dish
•       “The Sun Rising” – The Beloved
•       “What’s Your Number” – Ian Pooley
•       “Windowlicker” – Aphex Twin
•       “Wolfgang’s 5th Symphony” – Wolfgang Gartner
•       “Wooden Toy” – Amon Tobin
•       “Yesterday, When I Was Mad (Jam & Spoon Mix)” – Pet Shop Boys

*“Never” by Orbital plays during the credits of the game.






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