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It's a Robot Christmas After All: Daft Punk Release 'Complete Edition' of 'Tron: Legacy' Soundtrack

Daft Punk perform during the 56th Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Jan. 26, 2014 in Los Angeles.
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Daft Punk perform during the 56th Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Jan. 26, 2014 in Los Angeles. 

A decade after Daft Punk released the Grammy-nominated Tron:Legacy soundtrack, the robots dropped a new version of the expansive album featuring nine additional songs on Wednesday night (Dec. 23). In addition to the original 22 songs from the 2010 Joseph Kosinski-directed sequel to the 1982 original about a character caught inside a computer's digital matrix, the album collects a variety of previously released vinyl and iTunes exclusive tracks for the first time in one place.

The now-31 track album features the songs "Sea of Simulation," ENCOM Part 2," ENCOM Part 1," "Round One," "Castor," "Reflections," "Sunrise Prelude," "Father and Son" and "Outlands, Part II." The original album from helmeted EDM legends Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo was released in Dec. 2010 and was nominated for a best score soundtrack for visual media Grammy in 2012, losing out to Alexandre Desplat's score for The King's Speech.

The elusive duo have been out of the spotlight for several years, popping up on The Weeknd's 2016 No. 1 single "Starboy" and "I Feel It Coming," their first major musical venture since 2013's smash Grammy-winning album Random Access Memories.

Listen to the complete Tron:Legacy soundtrack below.