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SSX track list revealed

Posted by: Nathaniel at 2/7/2012 4:17 PM
EA revealed the 36 licensed tracks for their upcoming snowboarding title, SSX.  They are:
  • Camo & Krooked Breezeblock and Portal
  • Dels:  Capsize ft. Joe Goddard & Roots Manuva
  • Digitalism: Blitz
  • DJ Shadow: I Gotta Rock (Irn Mnky Swagger Mix)
  • Felguk ft. Example: Plastic Smile
  • Flux Pavilion: I Can't Stop
  • Foster the People: Houdini
  • Handsome Furs: Damage
  • Hyper: Accelerate
  • J Boogie's Dubtronic Science: Magik (Egyptian Lover Remix) ft. Aima the Dream, Cait La Dee & Raashan Ahmad
  • Kid Digital: Done With That ft. Profit
  • Konrad Old Money: Big Error
  • Lateef the Truthspeaker: Oakland ft. Del the Funky Homosapien & The Grouch
  • Nero: Scorpions
  • Noisia: Could this Be and Machine Gun
  • Pretty Lights: Hot Like Dimes
  • Raffertie: Twitch (It Grows and Grows: SSX Version)
  • Run-DMC: It’s Tricky (SSX Pretty Lights Remix)
  • Skrillex: Scatta ft. Foreign Beggers & Bare Noize
  • Styrofoam Ones: Better
  • The Big Pink: Stay Gold
  • The Herbaliser: What You Asked For
  • The Hives: 1000 Answers
  • The Naked and Famous: Young Blood
  • The Prototypes: Your Future
  • The Qemists: Bones ft. Kellermensch, Stompbox and Lifeline
  • Theophilus London: I Stand Alone (Ocelot Mix)
  • TRS-80: Mirage
  • Turbowolf: A Rose for the Crows
  • Two Door Cinema Club: Something Good Can Work (The Twelves Remix)
  • Wretch 32: Traktor
  • Zion I and the Grouch: Drop It on the 1
EA has also stated that besides these 36 licensed tracks, there will be ten original tracks from The Qemists, Camo & Krooked, Raffertie, and Amon Tobin, and that those tracks are available to download on iTunes right now.  And if you're not at all impressed by that track list, then you can always import you own.  

SSX hits the PS3 and Xbox 360 on February 28th in North America, and March 2nd everywhere else besides Japan (they'll see it on March 15).

To learn more, visit SSX on the web, on Facebook, and at easports.com.



SSX Soundtrack to feature Foster the People, Pretty Lights, The
Naked and Famous and Many More


Full Soundtrack Includes 46 Songs from a Variety of Artists Across Many Genres


February 7, 2012 – EA SPORTSTM today unveiled the complete music track listing for EA SPORTS SSXTM, featuring 36 licensed tracks* by established and upcoming artists and ten original tracks composed specifically for the game’s Deadly Descents. In addition, these original ten tracks – created by The Qemists, Camo & Krooked, Raffertie, and Amon Tobin – are now available for download as part of the ‘SSX’ soundtrack via iTunes®.

“SSX has always been one of EA’s most music intensive, genre diverse and sonically adventurous titles,” says Steve Schnur, Worldwide Executive of Music & Music Marketing. “The songs on this new soundtrack cover ground from indie rock, dub step, hip-hop, drum + bass and beyond. As fans of the ultimate snowboarding franchise have come to expect, our artists range from top cutting-edge stars to tomorrow’s hottest underground acts. Ultimately, it’s a soundtrack full of next-level music that is totally ripe for discovery.”

Gamers will have the ability to upload their own music to SSX to create custom playlists for menu and in-game music. SSX also features a dynamic music remix tool that will automatically remix licensed tracks and custom music based on the player’s actions and performance in-game.

One of the most critically-acclaimed titles coming out of E3, SSX is now featured on 14 ‘Most Anticipated Games of 2012’. SSX launches on the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Xbox 360® video game system on February 28 in North America and by March 2 in the rest of the world**. 

A modern day reinvention of one of the most critically acclaimed arcade franchises of all-time, SSX will allow players to experience the franchise’s signature fun and adrenaline-packed gameplay across iconic regions all over the world. Using NASA topographical satellite data, SSX has a massive world for players to explore. Throughout nine expansive regions, SSX packs reality-defying gameplay into every run letting players Race, Trick, and Survive as they descend huge open mountains. In addition, Explore, Global Events and RiderNet - SSX’s recommendation engine - headline an online feature set that will redefine social competition for gamers, making it fun and easy to compete with friends with no lobbies or wait times.

**March 15, 2012 in Japan.