New FlatOut lays out soundtrack

Tunes will rock, cars will roll in Bugbear's wreck-happy racer; soundtrack includes Wolfmother, Mötley Crüe, Audioslave.


Heavy metal meets twisted metal in FlatOut 2, the follow-up to last year's FlatOut, from developer Bugbear. Today, Empire Interactive announced the soundtrack for the demolition derby disguised as a racer, and it's full of rockers from the past and present.

The sound of grinding car parts and shattering glass will be accompanied by the riffs of Australian trio Wolfmother, the new sound of Apple's iPod commercials, and rock group du jour. Fellow youngsters Fall Out Boy will contribute "7 Minutes in Heaven" and "Snitches and Talkers Get Stitches and Walkers," and Yellowcard will also pitch in with "Rough Landing Holly" and "Breathing."

The soundtrack will also offer classic tunes from the days of trashed hotel rooms and denim jackets. Megadeth ("Symphony of Destruction") and Mötley Crüe ("Dr. Feelgood") provide nostalgia, and vet-rocker Rob Zombie also adds two tracks.

FlatOut 2 is scheduled for release on the Xbox, PlayStation 2, and the PC this August. For more information, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.

The full soundtrack is listed below.

Artist / Song
Alkaline Trio / Fall Victim
Alkaline Trio / Mercy Me
Audioslave / Man or Animal
Audioslave / Your Time has Come
Fall Out Boy / 7 Minutes in Heaven
Fall Out Boy / Snitches and Talkers Get Stitches and Walkers
Megadeth / Symphony of Destruction
Mötley Crüe / Dr. Feelgood
Nickelback / Believe It or Not
Nickelback / Flat on the Floor
Papa Roach / Blood Brothers
Papa Roach / Not Listening
Rise Against / Give It All
Rob Zombie / Demon Speeding
Rob Zombie / Feel So Numb
Supergrass / Richard III
Supergrass / Road to Rouen
The Chelsea Smiles / Nowhere Ride
Underneath / Reinventing Your Exit
Wolfmother / Dimension
Wolfmother / Pyramid
Yellowcard / Breathing
Yellowcard / Rough Landing Holly
Zebrahead / Gimme Some More

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