Rick Rubin, Galantis, Flying Lotus and more create dance album entirely from "Star Wars" sounds

The album is out on February 19th

A collection of dance producers have collaborated on a new one-off album that consists entirely of sounds from the Star Wars movies.

Curated and produced by Rick Rubin, he gathered a collection of the most forward-thinking dance musicians working together to create Star Wars Headspace, a fifteen track album that consists entirely of the familiar sounds of R2D2, Darth Vader and the Cantina musicians, among other things.

Three of the tracks were premiered on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 show earlier today, and the album will be available to buy digitally from February 19th, and available physically from March 18th.

The track-listing is as follows, with the early released tracks just below.

01 - Kaskade: "C-3P0's Plight"
02 - GTA: "Help Me!"
03 - TroyBoi: "Force"
04 - Baauer: "Cantina Boys"
05 - Shag Kava: "Jabba Flow: Rick Rubin Re-Work" [ft. A-Trak]
06 - Claude VonStroke: "R2 Knows" [ft. Barry Drift]
07 - Rick Rubin: "NR-G7"
08 - Bonobo: "Ghomrassen"
09 - Röyksopp: "Bounty Hunters"
10 - ATTLAS: "Sunset Over Manaan"
11 - Flying Lotus: "R2 Where R U?"
12 - Shlohmo: "Druid Caravan of Smoke"
13 - Rustie: "EWOK PUMPP"
14 - Galantis: "Scruffy-Looking Nerfherder"
15 - Breakbot: "Star Tripper"