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Forza Horizon O.S.T: Avicii, Skrillex, Nero, Madeon, Mord Fustang and more

00:00 Nov/30/1999

This is the add-on for the article about one of the greatest soundtracks in video gaming history introduced here. So we've picked out 6 tracks from the Horizon Bass radio station. We left out some of the more known tracks, like Avicii - Levels(remixed by Skrillex) and Nero Me & You. But you can find them conveniently in one place - check out the Forza Horizon Youtube Channel for the rest of the sublime tracklist.

We'll start off on the darker side, with a track by French techno DJ/producer The Hacker. This one's got a bit of acid house to go with the pumping techno beat.

It's a cliché , but it's pretty cool that Mord Fustang can now drive a Ford Mustang on Forza Horizon listening to his own tune. The Plasmapool resident - #162 on The Official Global DJ Rankings -  is featured with the track Lick the Rainbow.

Chromeo - Hot Mess (featuring Elly Jackson) is mixed by the DJ duo Duck Sauce consisting of Armand Van Helden and A-Trak. Duck Sauce is #147 on The Official Global DJ Rankings. The authors of the song Chromeo, an electro-funk duo out of Canada is listed at #256.

Most 18 year olds are pondering how to get their hands on the new game, but Madeon has already gotten the privilege to be a part of the game. This young DJ and producer, #95 in The Official Global DJ Rankings, is represented with the track Icarus. You can read about Madeon - the youngest DJ on The DJ Rankings here.

Azari & III - Reckless with your love might as well have been listened to in the late 80s and early 90s cruising around in a Ferrari Testarossa. This old school vibe comes from the Canadian music group Azari & III, #742 on The Official Global DJ Rankings.

We're finishing the list with a dubstep slash drum and bass track. Dropping the bass in the dirtiest, most intense manner is Modestep, #134 on The Official Global DJ Rankings with the track Show Me a Sign.

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