The Red vs. Blue: Season 13 Soundtrack contains music from Season 13. The music is primarily composed by Trocadero & David Levy. The soundtrack is currently available on iTunes , Google Play , Amazon , and Spotify .
|#||Song Title||Artist(s)||Running Time||Featured In|
|1.||Drift||Trocadero (feat. Orville Johnson)||0:25||Season 13|
|2.||Faraday||Trocadero (feat. David Levy)||1:45||Season 13 Trailer|
|3.||Contact Redux||Trocadero (feat. Meredith Hagan)||3:35||Season 13 Credits|
|5.||Steel||Trocadero & David Levy||0:40||Prologue|
|6.||Hostile Merger||Trocadero & David Levy||1:24||Prologue|
|7.||People Person||Trocadero & David Levy||1:12||Prologue|
|8.||Recruitment||Trocadero & David Levy||0:57||Prologue|
|9.||Absolute Control||Trocadero & David Levy||2:46||Along Came a Spider|
|10.||Remnants||Trocadero & David Levy||1:39||Along Came a Spider|
|11.||Motivations||Trocadero & David Levy||2:16||Locus of Control|
|12.||Temple||Trocadero & David Levy||3:40||Tourist Trap, Along Came a Spider|
|13.||Gateway||Trocadero & David Levy||2:28||Locus of Control, The End is Near|
|14.||Ancient Gifts||Trocadero & David Levy||2:56||Test Your Might, You Better Watch Out|
|15.||Hello Again||Trocadero & David Levy||0:47||You Better Watch Out|
|16.||(Always) a Trap||Trocadero & David Levy||2:25||You Better Watch Out|
|17.||The Summit||Trocadero & David Levy||0:34||Temple of the Key|
|18.||Soldiers and Killers||Trocadero & David Levy||0:44||Dish Best Served|
|19.||Avalanche||Trocadero & David Levy||3:57||Dish Best Served|
|20.||The Second Sword||Trocadero & David Levy||1:29||Off - Key|
|21.||Overlook||Trocadero (feat. Orville Johnson)||2:09||The Thin Fed Line|
|22.||Reconcilable Differences||Trocadero & David Levy||1:26||Counseling|
|23.||Chorus (Exit)||Trocadero & David Levy||0:43||Armonia, Part 1|
|24.||Round 2||Trocadero & David Levy||0:50||Armonia, Part 1|
|25.||Armory||Trocadero & David Levy||1:08||Armonia, Part 1|
|26.||Rematch||Trocadero & David Levy||1:12||Armonia, Part 1|
|27.||Bullet Train||Trocadero & David Levy||2:10||Armonia, Part 2|
|28.||Over||Trocadero & David Levy||0:40||Armonia, Part 2|
|29.||In Spite of Fear||Trocadero & David Levy||2:39||Armonia, Part 2|
|30.||What We Fight For (Half Life)||Trocadero & David Levy||2:28||All or Nothing, Chorus Lessons|
|31.||Unified||Trocadero & David Levy||0:44||Great Destroyers|
|32.||Showdown||Trocadero & David Levy||1:14||Great Destroyers|
|33.||Fatum Iustum Stultorum I||Trocadero & David Levy||5:43||Great Destroyers|
|34.||Fatum Iustum Stultorum II||Trocadero & David Levy||1:09||Great Destroyers|
|35.||Ex Ill Focus||Trocadero & David Levy||1:00||The End is Near|
|36.||Prelude for Losers?||Trocadero & David Levy||1:18||The End is Near|
|37.||Partners||Trocadero & David Levy||1:08||The End is Near|
|38.||Dear Everyone||Trocadero & David Levy||2:01||The End is Near|
|39.||Reparation||Trocadero||2:31||The End, Reckless|
|40.||Prelude to Victory?||Trocadero & David Levy||0:40||The End|
|41.||Contact (Final Transmission)||Trocadero & David Levy||3:28||The End|
|42.||Armonia||Trocadero & David Levy (feat. Orville Johnson)||2:48||Armonia, Part 2, The End|
- Tracks 33 and 34, Fatum Iustum Stultorum I & Fatum Iustum Stultorum II may be a reference to the 26th level of Bungie’s Marathon 2: Durandal, which bears the same name. This reference may also be an allusion to the original Great Prophecy, which is told to Church by Gary in the past; the past being filmed using Marathon.
- Interestingly, Fatum Iustum Stultorum is Latin for the just fate of the unworthy. Considering both tracks appear in Great Destroyers, during which Felix is attempting to activate the Purge - a temple that is said to be only used if a world's inhabitants are considered unworthy - it is a very appropriate name for those tracks. It could also allude to Carolina and Wash's victory over Felix and Locus in the same episode, with the mercenaries being considered the unworthy ones, and their just fate being their loss.
- Ex Ill Focus is an anagram for Felix Locus, much like how Soul Clef IX is from the Red vs. Blue: Season 12 Soundtrack. Both tracks seem to focus on the two mercenaries.
- Reparation is a remix of the Trocadero song Preparation, while Faraday is also a remix of the song Faraway. Contact Redux and Contact (Final Transmission) are both a cover and an instrumental cover respectively of the song Contact.
- In the song Armonia, the following lyrics are heard, Yankee, Echo, November, Delta, Echo, two, four, one, ten, November, Delta, Sierra, Delta, India, Delta, India, Tango. are heard. The NATO phonetic letters are an anagram of Yes, did it and End, end, the former referencing Epsilon's successful transmission in The End is Near and the Season 13 Trailer, and the latter referencing fact he glitches out under extreme pressure. Two, four, one, ten is a reference to the song Contact, further alluding to the transmission theme.
- In addition to being an instrumental remix of Contact, Contact (Final Transmission) also contains the main riff of the songs Faraway and Faraday .
- Fatum Iustum Sultorum I and Soldiers and Killers contain remixes of the Trocadero song Big Prize , otherwise known as the Reconstruction theme.
- Absolute Control and Reparation both contain elements from the Trocadero song (When) Your Middle Name Is Danger .
- In Spite of Fear contains elements from the Trocadero song Alien Champion .
- This album contains the second highest number of songs of any Red vs. Blue soundtrack, after the Red vs. Blue: Season 15 Soundtrack.
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