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Incredible 'Best FIFA Songs Of All Time' Thread Features Some Absolute Bangers

Incredible 'Best FIFA Songs Of All Time' Thread Features Some Absolute Bangers

A FIFA fan's thread of the greatest songs to feature in the franchise has gone viral and every single one is a banger.

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EA Sports' hit franchise has become known for including a variety of tunes in their games and they're the perfect dose of nostalgia.

@Publad on Twitter has compiled classics such as John Newman's 'Love Me Again and Smallpools' 'Dreaming' from FIFA 14 and Avicii's 'The Nights' from FIFA 15.

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FIFA 12 classics such like Rock Mafia's 'The Big Bang' and Digitalism's 'Circles' also feature.

Check out the entire thread below.


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