The Ping Pong Soundtrack By Uberpong

Uberpong ping pong soundtrack

Ever gone into a record store and looked for a ping pong soundtrack? You’ll be looking for a long time. We thought this had to change. Check out our custom ping pong soundtrack on Songza and turn it up loud next time you hit the table. With artists like Radiohead, Optimus Rhyme, Flight Facilities, and Miike Snow, you’ll be in rhythm and on top of your game like never before. A few of the songs are previewed below, but to get the full effect, you’ll have to check out the playlist yourself.

Radiohead – Packt Like Sardines in a Crushd Tin Box

In typical Thom Yorke fashion, this track melds rhythmic electronic sequences (reminiscent of a ping pong ball being hit back and forth) with relaxed yet beautiful vocal melody. The song opens their 2001 album, Amnesiac, and it’s a wonderful addition to anything ping pong related.

Thom Yorke Radiohead headband microphone

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Shawn Lee’s Ping Pong Orchestra – Kiss the Sky

The opening to this track just makes you feel like you’re in charge and in control. It will give you the swagger and confidence you need to achieve ping pong victory time and time again.

Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra cover

Flying Lotus – Table Tennis (Featuring Laura Darlington)

For a more mystical approach to your game, check out this track from Flying Lotus. It harmoniously combines floating vocal melodies with bouncing ping pong balls and pulsing electronic waves. Though the song has a laid back pace, it’s very effective for getting you focused and into the zone.

Flying Lotus sunglasses flower leaf

[Image: The Dankles]

Optimus Rhyme – Ping Pong Song

If you’re a fan of hip hop and ping pong, hopefully you’ve heard of Optimus Rhyme. This track will bring effortless flow to your game while still keeping you on your toes with consistent guitar riffs and all sorts of lyrical gold in the form of ping pong references.

Optimus Rhyme band music singer
[Image: Optimus Rhyme]

Miike Snow – Paddling Out

The instantly recognizable keyboard line in this track will make you want to move, which is a good thing in a competitive table tennis match. “Paddling Out” has been thought to reference going out to sea in the song, but could just as well be referring to the game we passionately know and love.

Paddling Out Miike Snow twins
[Image: Silence No Good]

Don’t forget to comment below and let us know what your favorite ping pong songs are. Paddles up!

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