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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**.

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What do you all think? This soundtrack list is personally really solid, although music is so diverse I'm sure half of you are wondering who half of these bands are. I think it should fit the whole look and feel of the game quite nicely. Can't wait until the end of the month!


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# 1 sarlndr @ 02/07/12 04:35 PM
I saw this list on the 13th of January & ninety percent of the people who buy the game will know who these bands are, lol. Game should be great but holding out for reviews from people who have bought it.
 
# 2 Blzer @ 02/07/12 08:50 PM
Will this game allow for custom soundtracks? Skate 3 did (though volume control was atrocious), so I'm hoping this will as well.
 
# 3 Tomba @ 02/08/12 07:20 AM
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Originally Posted by Blzer
Will this game allow for custom soundtracks? Skate 3 did (though volume control was atrocious), so I'm hoping this will as well.
Not only will i think it will do that. it will also REMIX your music from you playlist. meaning the entire soundtrack has a n effect where if your boarding and stop and fall stop and collide with something is slows down the music track like a record and scratches it etc based off the damage effect to you.

This game needs no review to buy. Day one purchase if your a long time fan
 
# 4 seanwilson160 @ 02/08/12 01:47 PM
Where is the list?
 
# 5 DirtyJerz32 @ 03/04/12 09:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Tomba
Not only will i think it will do that. it will also REMIX your music from you playlist. meaning the entire soundtrack has a n effect where if your boarding and stop and fall stop and collide with something is slows down the music track like a record and scratches it etc based off the damage effect to you.

This game needs no review to buy. Day one purchase if your a long time fan
Is this true for the 360 too?
 

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