Recommend songs?

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#1 Posted by zudthespud (3332 posts) -

I'm not going to lie, my hard drive is full of metal and alternative music and that does not go with this game. So I need some music that suits it better. So far I have 2 tracks that I really like playing this game to, the first being Pruit Ingoe and Prophecies by Philip Glass, the second being Just One Second by London Elektricity: 
 
  

  The only reason I found this song was because it's in a GT5 trailer. 
 
So, please share music that you enjoy playing this game with, because I really need ideas.
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#2 Posted by zegolf (255 posts) -

I would imagine that anything by Daft Punk would work well.  Probably the whole Tron soundtrack.  Maybe anything off of either DJ Hero soundtrack, as well?

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#3 Posted by zudthespud (3332 posts) -

I was looking for stuff a bit more mellow than Daft Punk. I feel like Buzz Killington if I'm not dancing to it.

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#4 Posted by Dany (8018 posts) -

add some of Jeffs music, midnight brown, they are techy and electronicy enough that it should work out well

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#5 Posted by zudthespud (3332 posts) -
@Dany said:
" add some of Jeffs music, midnight brown, they are techy and electronicy enough that it should work out well "
Thanks, I'm trying it now.
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#7 Posted by Vitor (3087 posts) -

Philip Glass and other minimalist instrumental stuff works really well (tempted to throw on NiN's concept album too to that end). 
 
Not into the electronic side myself for this game surprisingly, actually going more classical which is weird for me.

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#8 Posted by Vitor (3087 posts) -

Radiohead is also a great choice, just tried it - especially their later, more electronic/abstract stuff like the Kid A album.

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#9 Posted by FancySoapsMan (5919 posts) -

I would love to try out anything by My Bloody Valentine in that game.

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#10 Posted by Gizmo (5467 posts) -

  

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#11 Posted by eroticfishcake (7857 posts) -

Any soundtrack from a Wipeout game ought to suffice, shouldn't it?

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#12 Posted by zudthespud (3332 posts) -
@Gizmo said:
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More like this
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#13 Posted by TheSeductiveMoose (3629 posts) -

I have no idea if this is a good idea or not but:
  

  I feel would be pretty kewl.
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#14 Posted by Bravestar (390 posts) -

I just floated around to Max Richter's album Infra. Very relaxing.

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#15 Posted by RoujinX (428 posts) -

Cordova, by De Facto.
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#16 Posted by Rmack (1113 posts) -

Boards of Canada.
 
  

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#17 Edited by Mattalorian (604 posts) -
Shatter has an absolutely fantastic soundtrack that works perfectly in The Polynomial. It's upbeat, heavily layered, and has a retro-space vibe to it.
Another great one is a free album by the name of Life's Path. It has a lot of piano, solid baselines, and weird psychedelic synth leads. Pretty much the ideal sound for The Polynomial.
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#18 Posted by Rhombus_Of_Terror (2473 posts) -

  

   
I think the screen will just turn into a bright white void if I put the latter half of this track into the game.
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#19 Posted by Seanebaby (46 posts) -

I've been using the Mass Effect 2 soundtrack, works really well.

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#20 Posted by MaddProdigy (1074 posts) -

DEADMAU5- Ghosts N Stuff
                    Moar Ghosts N Stuff
DAFT PUNK- Around the World
                    One More time
                    Harder Better Faster Stronger (Deadmau5 Remix)
 BT- Rose of Jericho
 JUSTICE- Genesis
            Phantom pt. II 
 
Obviously electronic music isn't your thing, but so far it's made the game trippy for me so these are some suggestions :P

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#21 Posted by Box3ru13 (740 posts) -
@Mattalorian said:
" Shatter has an absolutely fantastic soundtrack that works perfectly in The Polynomial. It's upbeat, heavily layered, and has a retro-space vibe to it.
Another great one is a free album by the name of Life's Path. It has a lot of piano, solid baselines, and weird psychedelic synth leads. Pretty much the ideal sound for The Polynomial. "
Shatter times a million. 
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#22 Posted by ADAMWD (716 posts) -

The album Lost Tapes by Grifta would probably work pretty well.

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#23 Posted by chrismafuchris (1154 posts) -

I imagine Aphex Twin's Selected Ambient Works would play fantastically.

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#24 Posted by whistlebottom (196 posts) -

Fuck. Had no intention of buying this, then saw this thread and bought it. Damn you Steam! I don't have any recommendations, but does anyone else use these music games as a way to just listen to new music? I'm a child of my era and find it hard to not multi-task, and these games (Audiosurf, Beat Hazard) allow me to listen to the music better than other games.

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#25 Posted by chrismafuchris (1154 posts) -

If you Want something a bit more chill than that, I would check out The Tangerine Dream song "Outland" (anything by them is good, really) or the Burial song "Ghost Hardware" (anything by him is good, really).

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