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Album: Wreck-It Ralph (2012)


  • Some were surprised to see Skrillex contribute this song to the soundtrack of the Walt Disney computer-animated comedy film Wreck-It Ralph, but the composer of the score, Henry Jackman, told Billboard magazine the EDM star's track fitted in well with the storyline. "The Skrillex track's great - Wreck-It Ralph finds himself out of his normal video game and his normal territory," he explained. "There's this really hard-hitting dubstep tune that Skrillex does and it really accentuates how completely out of depth [Ralph is] - he's been used to a much more fluffy kind of a world."


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