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Astro’s Playroom’s catchy soundtrack is now available everywhere

Now you can listen to ‘I’m Your GPU’ on your terms

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Astro swims in the beach area of Astro’s Playroom Image: Team Asobi/Sony Interactive Entertainment
Michael McWhertor is a journalist with more than 17 years of experience covering video games, technology, movies, TV, and entertainment.

The soundtrack for PlayStation 5 exclusive Astro’s Playroom — which really had no business being this damn catchy for songs about video game console hardware — is now available for your listening pleasure outside of the game. Composer Kenneth C.M. Young’s dance-pop score for Astro’s Playroom can be streamed on a variety of platforms or purchased outright (for $10.99) from digital stores like Apple’s iTunes and Amazon Music.

PlayStation fans who prefer to stream their tunes can listen to the 20-song album on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, and Tidal. Here’s the full track listing:

  1. “That’s The Way To Do It”
  2. “CPU Plaza”
  3. “I’m Your GPU”
  4. “SSD”
  5. “Follow Me (Into The Storm) [Playroom Remix]”
  6. “Botdi Beach”
  7. “Cooling Springs”
  8. “PlayStation Labo & Gatcha”
  9. “GPU Jungle (Powerup & Boss)”
  10. “SSD Speedway (Powerup & Boss)”
  11. “CPU Plaza (After Dark)”
  12. “They Don’t Make’m Like They Used To”
  13. “CRT-Rex”
  14. “4K-Rex”
  15. “Let’s Do This”
  16. “Goal”
  17. “Uplifting Little Number”
  18. “I Am Astro Bot [Playroom Remix]”
  19. “Memories of Play”
  20. “CPU Plaza (Mashup Overture)”

Earlier this week, Young offered a behind-the-scenes look (and listen) at the creation of the Astro’s Playroom soundtrack on the PlayStation Blog, specifically around the evolution of “GPU Jungle.”

Astro’s Playroom is available as a free download on PlayStation 5. It’s also one of the best games on Sony’s new console, and a stellar showcase for the system’s DualSense controller.

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