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Tony Hawk's Underground Soundtrack News

The music of legendary rockers KISS and Jane's Addiction, punk bands The Clash and NOFX, hot hip-hop artists Nas and Jurassic 5, dozens of up and coming acts and even unsigned cutting edge artists will transport gamers to the gritty world of competitive skateboarding in Activision's Tony Hawk's Underground. The more than 70 artists selected to supply the in-game music have helped inspire skateboarders for the last twenty-five years. For a full listing of artists and tracks or more information on the game, visit

Tony Hawk's Underground is a totally new breed of the Tony Hawk gaming experience. Delivering innovative new features, this time it's all about the player - completing challenges and unveiling the plot-twisting, true-to-life story that takes a player from an unknown local skate punk to fame and fortune as the most popular skater in the world. Along the way, gamers will get off their boards and explore expansive new levels on foot or in vehicles. From putting their own faces into the game to inventing their own tricks and challenging their friends with unique player-created goals, this will be the most customizable console game ever made. In this game, there are no's all about the underground. It's currently in devlopment for the PS2, GameCube, Xbox, and GBA.

10/23/2003 Aaron Thomas

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