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The Fast And The Furious

Platform(s): Arcade, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PC, PSOne, PSP, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360
Genre: Racing

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'The Fast and the Furious' (PS2) Soundtrack Revealed

by Rainier on Sept. 14, 2006 @ 6:17 p.m. PDT

The Fast and the Furious video game features a ground breaking drift mechanic that makes drifting accessible to both beginning and veteran racing game drivers. Gameplay features revolutionary new systems like the Drift Indicator that make The Fast and the Furious the most accessible realistic drift game yet. Perched at the forefront of the drift racing phenomenon, the video game features a Revolutionary Drift Model that is fun and approachable for players of all skill levels; model cars, cinematic camera angles straight from the movie, unique boss challenges, stunning visuals with over 100 JDM Tuner, Classic Muscle and Concept cars as well as robust customization options all of which encompass the drift racing world!

With more than 30 cutting-edge tracks, The Fast and the Furious music features acclaimed J-Pop, Hip Hop and Techno artists such as Lemon Drop Kick, HIME and ATLAS PLUG as well as up-and-coming acts in the U.S., Europe and Japan including 30 Seconds to Mars, Zebrahead and Far East Movement.

"In creating the most authentic drift racing video game, we carefully selected music that would compliment the culture and origin of this sport and lifestyle," said John Whitmore, Director of Internal & External Development at NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. "With true-to-life drift racing elements, pro drift racers and licensed manufacturers and cars, The Fast and the Furious video game immerses players into the unbelievable, ultra realistic underground of drift racing. The addition of J-Pop and Hip Hop music tracks from these popular artists is the icing on top."

Following are the music credits featured in The Fast and the Furious video game:

  • "Around The World" Performed by Atlas Plug
  • "Goodbye" (Klayton Revision) Performed by Celldweller
  • "Ukina" Performed by Hime
  • "Black List" Performed by Hime
  • "Himehajime 2006" Performed by Hime
  • "In The Rain" Performed by Hime
  • "Fuyajo" Performed by Hime
  • "Samurai Sword" Performed by 565
  • "So Scared" Performed by 9MM
  • "Tough Guy" Performed by Open Hand
  • "Revenge" Performed by Plain White T’s
  • "Attack Of The Things" Performed by Adam Fox
  • Written by "Massive" Performed by Adam Fox
  • "Forbidden Lover" Performed by Lemon Drop Kick
  • "All Over Now" Performed by Lemon Drop Kick
  • "1140" Performed by Lemon Drop Kick
  • "Dullish" Performed by Lemon Drop Kick
  • "Over It" Performed by Slow Car Boost
  • "That Was You" Performed by Slow Car Boost
  • "Pretty People Never Lie / Vampires Really Never Die"Performed by I Am Ghost
  • "Wake Me Up"Performed by Zebrahead
  • "The Walking Dead"Performed by Zebrahead
  • "From Afar"Performed by The Asphalt
  • "Sleep With The Light On"Performed by Clearview Kills
  • "The Way It Goes"Performed by Motion Picture Demise
  • "The Last Time"Performed by Forever Changed
  • "Get Offa Me"Performed by Far East Movement featuring Trek Life
  • "Make Ya Self"Performed by Far East Movement
  • "Hey Man"Performed by Emanuel
  • "Attack" Performed by 30 Seconds to Mars
  • "Cobrah Tryangle"Performed by Invisible Enemies

Developed by Eutechnyx, The Fast and the Furious video game is rated "T" for Teen and is scheduled to ship September 26 for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system.

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