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Available on various platforms starting today, September 6th, is Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge – Oga’s Cantina: R-3X’s Playlist #1, featuring 18 tracks from the new Star Wars themed land located at Walt Disney World and Disneyland.

I've always been a fan of all of the cantina-like music as well as other source music from the films, including Cantina Band #1 and Cantina Band #2, Jabba Flow, Lapti Nek, the Ewok Celebration song, and Canto Bight, just to name a few, so this soundtrack is right up my alley.

The tracklist for R-3X’s Playlist #1 is as follows:

1. Mad About Mad About Me (feat. Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes)
R3X

2.Turbulence
Mus Kat & Nalpak

3. Bright Suns
Mus Kat & Nalpak

4. Nama Heh
Laki Lembeng

5. Oola Shuka
Gaya

6. Beep Boop Bop
Duro Droids

7. Aloogahoo
Vee Gooda & Ryco

8. Bai Tee Tee (feat. Gubz)
Junee Veech

9. Modal Notes
Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes

10. Una Duey Dee
Kra Mer 5

11. Goola Bukee (feat. YS-5755)
Zano

12. Droid World
Sentient 7 and the Clankers

13. Utinni
The Dusty Jawas

14. Batuu Boogie (feat. MW-59)
Chaka Mater Laka

15. Moulee-Rah (feat. RB Snootles)
Fytee

16. Doshka
Mus Kat & Nalpak

17. Huttuk Cheeka
Elem Zadowz

18. Yocola Ateema
Fytee & The Sleemos

Of particular interest to me is track #10, which is titled "Una Duey Dee." Anyone who has spent some time with our Gungan Dictionary will recognize that this is Gunganese for "One Two Three." I've now listened to the song a number of times, and while it's very catchy, I haven't been able to discern any of the words. I'm wondering if it's in old Gungan and/or supposed to be sung by a Gungan.

I found this thread on Twitter, where one individual referred to it as a "Gungan drinking song", which I can totally hear.

I'm really hoping that the lyrics (as well as the translation!) are released at some point in the near future. I'd love to learn more about the inspiration/background for the song.

In any case, if you have $9.99 to spare, I'd definitely suggest picking up the album, although not literally, since it seems to only be available for digital purchase at this point. There's some really great, weird, Star Wars music in this mix.