Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Soundtrack

THUG 2 has a soundtrack that rivals Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Featuring such classic acts as Frank Sinatra, Johnny Cash, and The Doors, as well as Metallica, Ramones, Sugarhill Gang, and Jimmy Eat World, Activision, Inc.’s Tony Hawk’s Underground 2, keeping with other Tony Hawk games, is rocking gamers with an eclectic in-game soundtrack that includes 53 tracks.

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As players travel the globe on a World Destruction Tour, they will experience music from a variety of artists who have defined musical genres for the past seven decades. Below you will find a full listing of artists/tracks that will be featured on Tony Hawk’s Underground 2. THUG 2 proves that great soundtracks aren't just for gangster games.

THUG 2 Song List

  • Frank Sinatra — “That's Life”
  • The Doors — “Break On Through (To The Other Side)”
  • Johnny Cash — “Ring of Fire”
  • Ramones — “Rock ‘N Roll High School”
  • Sugarhill Gang — “Rappers Delight”
  • Metallica — “Whiplash”
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers — “The Power of Equality”
  • The Stooges — “1970”
  • X — “Los Angeles”
  • Violent Femmes — “Add It Up”
  • The D.O.C. — “Whirlwind Pyramid”
  • Jimmy Eat World — “Pain”
  • Rancid — “Fall Back Down”
  • The Explosion — “Here I Am”
  • Melvins — “Sweet Willy Rollbar”
  • Distillers — “Beat Your Heart Out”
  • Less Than Jake — “That’s Why They Call It A Union”
  • Faith No More — “Mid Life Crisis”
  • Ween — “It’s Gonna Be A Long Night”
  • Joy Division — “Warsaw”
  • Dead Boys — “Sonic Reducer”
  • Brand Nubian — “Punks Jump Up To Get Beat Down”
  • Cut Chemist — “Drums of Fire”
  • The Germs — “Lexicon Devil”
  • Disturbed — “Liberate”
  • The Living End — “End of the World”
  • Fear — "I Love Livin In The City”
  • Audio — "TwoTop Billin'"
  • Pete Rock & C.L. — "Smooth Soul Brother #1"
  • Das Oath — "Awesome R***"
  • Libretto — “Volume”
  • Handsome Boy Modeling School — “Holy Calamity”
  • Zeke — “Long Train Running”
  • Lamb of God — “Black Label”
  • 3 Inches of Blood — “Deadly Sinners”
  • The Hiss — “Back On The Radio”
  • 25 Ta Life — “Over the Years”
  • Nebula — “So It Goes”
  • Aesop Rock — “No Jumper Cables”
  • Living Legends — “Night Prowler”
  • Atmosphere — “Trying To Find A Balance”
  • Suicide Machines — “High Anxiety”
  • The Casualties — “Unknown Soldier”
  • Diverse — “Certified”
  • Ultramagnetic MC’s — “Ego Trippin”
  • Camaros — “Cheesecake”
  • Steele Pulse — “Born Fe Rebel”
  • Ministry — “No W”
  • Grand Puba — “I Like It”
  • Operatic — “Interested In Madness”
  • Mike V & the Rats — “Never Give Up”
  • Dead End Road — “Sin City”
  • Melbeatz feat. Kool Savas — “Grind On”

Tony Hawk’s Underground 2 delivers more interaction than any other Tony Hawk game. Players take off on an all-out skating blitzkrieg where two teams led by Tony Hawk and Bam Margera conquer sick terrain, wreak havoc, pull off mischievous pranks and make a variety of international cities their personal stomping ground both on and off the board.

Tony Hawk's Underground 2 was developed by Neversoft Entertainment for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox video game system from Microsoft and Nintendo GameCube, and has been rated T (Teen with blood, crude humor, language, suggestive themes, use of alcohol and violence) by the ESRB.

The PC/CD-ROM version was developed by Beenox Studios and has been rated T (Teen with blood, crude humor, language, suggestive themes, use of alcohol and violence) by the ESRB.

The Game Boy Advance version was developed by Vicarious Visions, Inc. and has been rated E (Everyone animated blood content suitable for persons ages 6 and older) by the ESRB.

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