As FIFA 13 looms closer to its release, EA has revealed 50 tracks that comprises the FIFA 13 soundtrack. These come from some international superstars such as deadmau5, Bloc Party, Flo Rida with Lil’ Wayne, Matisyahu and Kasabian, as well as some upcoming and indie acts. In tradition of football being the world game, the artists hail from across the globe. Twelves countries are represented by the artists and acts.

Steve Schnur, Worldwide Executive of Music and Marketing at EA, had some comments upon the announcement of teh FIFA 13 soundtrack.

“Our FIFA soundtracks are yearly opportunities to showcase a global roster of breakthrough artists from multiple genres. For FIFA 13, we wanted to take that excitement to the next level by adding major star power, top indie acts, and more songs than ever before.”

FIFA 13 will be released on September 27 for the Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, PC, Playstation 2, Playstation Vita and Nintendo 3DS. FIFA 13 will also mark the series’ debut on Nintendo’s newest console with a release on the Wii U later this year. A demo will be available from September 11 on the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.

The full list of the 50 tracks is below:

Animal Kingdom Get Away With It
Ashtar Command Mark IV feat. Joshua Radin
Astro Panda
Atlas Genius If So
Band Of Horses Feud
Bastille Weight Of Living, Part 2
Bloc Party We Are Not Good People
Cali Outta My Mind
Clement Marfo & The Frontline Us Against The World
Crystal Fighters Follow
deadmau5 feat. Gerard Way Professional Griefers
Django Django Hail Bop
Duologue Get Out While You Can
Elliphant  TeKKno Scene feat. Adam Kanyama
Featurecast Got That Fire (Oh La Ha) (feat. Pugs Atomz)
Fitz And The Tantrums Spark
Flo Rida feat. Lil Wayne Let It Roll, Part 2
Foreign Beggars & Bare Noise See The Light
Hadouken! Bliss Out
Imagine Dragons On Top Of The World
Jagwar Ma What Love
Kasabian Club Foot
Jonathan Boulet You’re A Animal
Kimbra Come Into My head
Kitten G#
Kraftklub Eure Madchen
Ladyhawke Black White & Blue
Madeon Finale
Matisyahu Searchin
Metric Speed The Collapse
Miike Snow Paddling Out
Passion Pit I’ll Be Alright
Reptar Sweet Sipping Soda
Reverend And The Makers Shine The Light
Rock Mafia Fly Or Die
The Royal Concept Goldrushed
Royal Teeth Wild
Santigold Big Mouth
St. Lucia September
Stepdad Jungles
The Chevin Champion
The Enemy Saturday
The Heavy Don’t Say Nothing
The Presets Ghosts
Two Door Cinema Club Sleep Alone
Walk The Moon Quesadilla
Wretch 32 Blur
Youngblood Hawke We Come Running
Young Empires Rain Of Gold
Zemaria Past 2
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