Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2 Features 37 New Tracks

Look forward to new tunes, from 90s rap and ska punk to indie hits.

Posted By | On 29th, Jul. 2020

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Vicarious Visions is pulling out all the stops to ensure that Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 +2 is the definitive version of both games. Along with remaking the visuals from the ground up and maintaining most of the original licensed music (which comes to 19 songs), it’s also adding quite a bit. In a recent PlayStation Blog post, 37 new tracks were revealed.

Comprising a selection of 90s rap and ska punk along with indie hits, the new songs aim to represent over half a dozen countries and genres. Check out the full track list below:

  • A Tribe Called Quest – Can I Kick It?
  • A. Swayze & the Ghosts – Connect to Consume
  • Alex Lahey – Misery Guts
  • All Talk – Let’s Do It
  • American Nightmare – Life Support
  • Backchat – Step It Up
  • Baker Boy – In Control
  • Billy Talent – Afraid of Heights
  • Black Prez ft. Kid Something – The Struggle
  • CHAII – South
  • Charlie Brown Jr. – Confisco
  • Cherry Kola – Something To Say
  • Chick Norris – Made Me Do
  • Craig Craig ft. Icy Black – Stomp
  • Crush Effect ft. KARRA – Coming Through
  • Destroy Boys – Duck Eat Duck World
  • DZ Deathrays – IN-TO-IT
  • FIDLAR – West Coast
  • JunkBunny – Sedona
  • Less Than Jake – Bomb Drop
  • Machine Gun Kelly – Bloody Valentine
  • Merkules – Bass (feat. Tech N9ne & Hopsin)
  • MxPx – Let’s Ride
  • Pkew Pkew Pkew – Mid 20’s Skateboarder
  • Reel Big Fish – She’s Famous Now
  • Rough Francis– Deathwire
  • Screaming Females – Let Me In
  • Skepta – Shutdown
  • Spilt Milk – Run It Up Pt II
  • Strung Out – Firecracker
  • Sublime – Same In The End
  • The Ataris – All Soul’s Day
  • The Super Best Frens Club – Like This
  • Token – Flamingo
  • Tyrone Briggs – Lose Control
  • Viagra Boys – Slow Learner
  • Zebrahead – All My Friends Are Nobodies

Releasing on September 4th for Xbox One, PS4, and PC via the Epic Games Store, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 +2 is looking to overwhelm hardcore fans, as per Tony Hawk himself. On top of all of the returning skaters, parks, and tricks, it will also include mechanics like the wall plant, revert, and spine transfer from later games. There will also be online multiplayer along with local split-screen.

Despite being published by Activision, there won’t be any microtransactions at launch. A demo is coming in August for those who pre-order, so stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks.


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