IRON MAIDEN, MOTÖRHEAD, DEF LEPPARD Featured On 'SX On Tour' Soundtrack
IRON MAIDEN ("Run to the Hills"), MOTÖRHEAD ("Overkill"), DEF LEPPARD ("Let It Go"), DIO ("Stand Up And Shout"), FU MANCHU ("I Can't Hear You"), QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE ("Medication") and SCORPIONS ("Dynamite") are among the artists featured on the "SX On Tour" soundtrack. According to a press release, the soundtrack delivers "a fast-paced and energetic mix of music that builds on the popularity of the 'SSX 3' soundtrack which was adored by fans worldwide and won the coveted Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) award for Best Soundtrack."
Breakout remix artist and Internet music icon DJ Z-Trip commented on the significance of being on the 'SSX On Tour' soundtrack, "It's dope to be in any EA game, but especially 'SSX'. Because of 'SSX', I can snowboard even when I'm on tour, snowboarding backstage is ill!"
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