“KAZ: Pushing the Virtual Divide” Soundtrack Now Available on iTunes

If you watched the Gran Turismo documentary KAZ: Pushing the Virtual Divide and took note of the music, you’re not alone – it’s been a frequent topic of discussion around the film, and the full versions of the songs have not been available anywhere – until now!

The musical duo “me&john” of Toronto, Canada, produced the completely original soundtrack for KAZ, and the official soundtrack for the film has just been released on iTunes.

Click here to download the album (affiliate link), which includes over 15 tracks. They’ve also published several of their stand-out singles on SoundCloud:

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Comments (8)

    1. SZRT Ice

      Clearly. Would’ve made great in-game music as well. I liked this music better than most of the in-game stuff included in GT6 actually.

  1. gurdiell

    Can anyone tell me what’s the song that starts at minute 49:30?
    Listenning to that, while hearing what they say… and watching those images, is pure motivation.. pure goosebumps.. a pure passion.

  2. RACECAR

    The soundtrack itself was one of the big reasons I loved the film so great to have it finally available.

  3. OpticZero

    So, that’s why I couldn’t find these songs anywhere after I first watched the film. Great soundtrack and great doc.

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