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EA Reveals Soundtracks for Upcoming Games

by Lasse Pallesen - February 24, 2005, 6:55 am EST
Total comments: 3 Source: Press Release

The song lists for FIFA Street and Fight Night Round 2 have been announced.


Chertsey, UK - 24th February, 2005 - Electronic Arts today revealed the hard-hitting in-game song lists for FIFA Street and EA SPORTSTM FIGHT NIGHT ROUND 2 that will herald in the sound of football and boxing this Spring. EA SPORTSTM continues to push the musical envelope with cutting-edge tracks from breaking bands Hot Hot Heat, Louis XIV, the Bravery and hip hop artists such as Fabolous, Yung Wun and Pit Bull among others. Each song has been hand-selected by EATM TRAX - the ground-breaking music initiative that EA debuted in 2001 - to fit with the adrenaline-pumping action of its sport.

"These games have a lot of attitude and so do their music soundtracks," said Steve Schnur, Worldwide Executive of Music at EA. "Again this season, EA SPORTS is a destination for musical discovery, where you can find the hottest new acts that will be required listening for all sports fans this year."

Let your skills reign supreme in the ultimate combination of arcade action blended with the culture of freestyle street football in EA SPORTS BIGTM FIFA Street. By removing the rules from the simulation football experience, FIFA Street exposes the heart of the world's beautiful game, on-the-ball flare and individual style. Breaking away from the stadiums and rules of the modern game, players take it to the street, playing in ten distinctive street locations from around the world. From the Favelas of Brazil to the urban courts of Amsterdam, players will experience the flavor - and sound - of football from around the globe. The in-game soundtrack pumps up the energy on the pitch with brand new music from Timo Maas, Fatboy Slim, Dizzee Rascal and Roni Size.


Artificial Intelligence - Uprising (Overthrown) VIP

Artificial Intelligence - Slam

Baobinga & I.D. - The Feeling (Special Edit)

Criminal Mindz - Baptised By Dub

Crooked Stilo - Ya Lo Saben

Distortionz - Onion Ringz VIP

Dizzee Rascal - Stand Up Tall

DJ Marky & XRS - Rudebwoy

Drumagick - Malandragem

Fatboy Slim - Jin Go Lo Ba

Max Sedgely - Happy (Fatboy Slim Remix)

Ming + FS - Fish Eyes

Ozomatli - Ya Viene El Sol (The Beatle Bob Remix)

Peshay - Ronaldo

Ramilson Maia - A Busca Da Vida

Roni Size - On and On

Shimano - Dope Style

SL2 - On A Ragga Tip

Sur-Choc - Fou Ho

TAISHAN - Shinjuku Drop

Timo Maas - Feedback Welcome

FIFA Street shipped to retails outlets nationwide on 11th March 05. To learn more about the game, visit: http://www.easportsbig.co.uk/fifastreet

Players feel the rush of adrenaline as the punches swing and the music pounds in EA SPORTS Fight Night Round 2. The most realistic boxing title to ever grace the video game ring, the sequel to 2004's best-selling boxing game will knock gamers off their feet. The innovative gameplay inside and outside of the ring, a unique create-a-player option as well as an extensive career mode deliver the ultimate knockdown! The thumping music soundtrack for EA SPORTS Fight Night Round 2 is led by new music from hip-hop artists Fabolous, Yung Wun and Pit Bull while brand new music from Shells and Czar-Nok break out for the first time. Known only to boxers truly in-the-know, Manhood, Geto Boys and UTP are also knocking 'em out in EA SPORTS Fight Night Round 2.


Czar-Nok - G.A.M.E.

Fabolous Feat. Pharrell - Tit 4 Tat

Geto boys - Yes Yes Y'all

Jae-P - Ni de aquí ni de allá

UTP Feat. Kango Slim - What's Up

MANHOOD Feat. O.G.B. - Ready to Fight

Pitbull - Back Up

Shells - Get Your Roll On

Yung Wun Feat. David Banner - Walk It, Talk It

EA SPORTS Fight Night Round 2 ships to retails outlets nationwide on 18th March 05. To listen to the music from the game, visit: http://www.easports.co.uk/fightnightround2


KDR_11kFebruary 24, 2005

I recognize only one band out of those and it's one I don't like. Guess this is a game anyone without an XBox and loads of MP3s should avoid, eh?

FamicomFebruary 24, 2005

FIFA Street? It should be avoided no matter what system you have.

Grant10kFebruary 24, 2005

EA Puts way too much emphisis on "we have someone else's music". I hate the way they have that pop-up that tells you what song is playing. It gets in the way.

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