In homage to the music that has come before. Our childhoods and our love of all things electronic we recently compiled a list of 20 electronic tracks that defined a generation of gamers.

Given the sheer number of messages we received on publication, it highlighted the huge volume of incredible electronic tracks that have made their way into a generation of iconic games. Therefore we decided to produce part II in one easily accessible list.


Daniel Avery – ‘Naive Response’

Game: Grand Theft Auto V
Year: 2013
Developer: Rockstar Games


Ratchet & Clank – Original Sound Track

Game: Ratchet & Clank
Year: 2002
Developer: Insomniac Games


Time Splitters 2 – ‘Scrapyard’

Game: Time Splitters 2
Year: 2002
Developer: Free Radical Design


Signal Failure – ‘Padded Cell’

Game: Grand Theft Auto IV
Year: 2008
Developer: Rockstar


Tetris HD – ‘Electrixx’

Game: Tetris HD
Year: 1999
Developer: Alexey Pajitnov


Golden Eye (007) – ‘Facility’

Game: Golden Eye 007
Year: 1997
Developer: Rare


K.I.M – ‘Wet N Wild’ [Original Mix]

Game: Midnight Club
Year: 2000
Developer: Rockstar Games


Plump DJs – ‘Move It With Your Mind’

Game: SSX Tricky
Year: 2001
Developer: EA Games


Kool & The Gang – ‘Hollywood Swinging’

Game: Grand Theft Auto San Andreas
Year: 2004
Developer: Rockstar


Saki Kaskas & Rom Di Prisco – Kallista (Callista Long Mix)

Game: Mass Effect 2
Year: 2010
Developer: BioWare


Call Of Duty Multiplayer – ‘Theme 9’

Game: Call of Duty
Year: 2004
Developer: Activision


A Guy Called Gerald – ‘Voodoo Ray’

Game: Grand Theft Auto San Andreas
Year: 2004
Developer: Rockstar


Hall & Oats – ‘Out of Touch’

Game: Grand Theft Auto San Andreas
Year: 2004
Developer: Rockstar


Mary Jane Girls – ‘All Night Long’

Game: Grand Theft Auto Vice City
Year: 2002
Developer: Rockstar


Propeller Heads – ‘Bang On’

Game: Wipe Out 64
Year: 1998
Developer: Psygnosis


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