Pharrell Williams Curates “Happy”-less NBA 2K15 Soundtrack

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The full song list for the NBA 2K15 soundtrack, produced by Pharrell Williams, has been revealed. Surprisingly, the singer-songwriter did not choose his latest hit “Happy” for the soundtrack (although he did pick four of his other tracks). That’s fine by me, as I’m all “Happy”-ied out at this point. Unfortunately, his choice of songs overall makes for one of the weaker NBA 2K soundtracks I can remember.

Here’s the full NBA 2K15 track list:

A Tribe Called Quest – Scenario
Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force – Planet Rock
Basement Jaxx – Hot ’n Cold
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – River Styx
Busta Rhymes – Dangerous
Clipse – Grindin’
Death from Above 1979 – Romantic Rights
Depeche Mode – Personal Jesus
Junior – Mama Used to Say
Lauryn Hill – Doo Wop (That Thing)
Lorde – Team
Major Lazer featuring Pharrell Williams – Aerosol Can
Missy Elliott – On & On
No Doubt – Spiderwebs
OneRepublic – Love Runs Out
Pharrell Williams – Hunter
Pharrell Williams – Can I Have It Like That
Pharrell Williams – How Does It Feel?
Public Enemy – Shut ‘Em Down (Pete Rock Remix)
Ratatat – Seventeen Years
Red Hot Chili Peppers – Suck My Kiss
Santigold – Creator
Snoop Dogg – Drop It Like It’s Hot
Strafe – Set It Off
The Black Keys – Everlasting Light
The Rapture – House of Jealous Lovers
The Strokes – Under Cover of Darkness

In other NBA 2K15 news, 2K has released the first in-game screenshot from the PC version, which will offer “even more graphical fidelity” than the PS4 and Xbox One versions. Look below for a close-up of photorealistic Kevin Durant sweat.

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