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FIFA Fans Are Debating The Greatest Soundtrack Of All Time On FIFA 21's Release

FIFA Fans Are Debating The Greatest Soundtrack Of All Time On FIFA 21's Release

FIFA fans have decided Blur's 'Song 2' could be the greatest track in franchise history after making it trend on Twitter.

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Friday saw the launch of FIFA 21 and as is tradition, the first thing everyone has decided to talk about is the soundtrack.

In total, there are 108 songs and 100 different artists from 23 countries this year - ranging from established musicians to up and comers.

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But nothing will ever match the nostalgia of the older games and it's what has caused a huge debate on Twitter.

From 'Song 2' in FIFA 98 to Crystal Fighters 'Love Natural' from FIFA 14 and even The Veronicas 'Untouched' in FIFA 09, EA Sports have provided us with musical bliss for years.

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If statistics are to be believed, the most popular song in FIFA history is actually 'Love Me Again.'

GAME analysed all 794 songs between FIFA 98 and FIFA 20 to come up with 'the Ultimate FIFA soundtrack index' earlier this week.

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And after looking at Spotify streaming data which was correct as of September 22, John Newman's only UK number one sits atop the top 20.

The song earned the 30-year-old £1,148,584 in Spotify streaming royalties after it was streamed over 335 million times.

'Mercy' by Duffy from FIFA 09 takes the runners up medal, garnering over 150 million streams and also giving the Scottish singer a number one hit in the United Kingdom.

Featured Image Credit: EA Sports

Topics: Football News, Football, FIFA 21

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