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Four bands join Frequency soundtrack

Sony adds four new bands to its upcoming music game.


Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that it has signed four more bands for inclusion in Frequency, its upcoming PlayStation 2 music game. Orbital, Powerman 5000, Meat Beat Manifesto, and Funkstar De Luxe will all lend songs to the game's music, and two will provide exclusive tracks. Among the other bands featured in the game are notables such as Paul Oakenfold, Lo Fidelity Allstars, Fear Factory, Crystal Method, DJ Q-Bert, and Dub Pistols.

"As we add more and more amazing artists to Frequency, we are continuing to blur the lines between gaming and mass entertainment,'' said Ami Blaire, director of product marketing at Sony Computer Entertainment America. "With the addition of bands like Powerman 5000, Funkstar De Luxe, Orbital, and Meat Beat Manifesto, Frequency continues to reach every genre of music and give gamers the opportunity to take part in the music revolution by playing and mixing music of their favorite bands.''

Developed by Harmonix, the game will be released in November for the PS2.

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