PURE’s Eclectic International Soundtrack Unveiled


Disney Interactive and Black Rock Studio have announced the complete soundtrack for their upcoming four-wheeler action sports title, PURE.

“Music plays an integral part in action sports games and we wanted to provide the right background to complement the nonstop spectacular tricks and massive jumps in the game,” said Jason Avent, game director at Black Rock Studio. “We feel that the songs we’ve included on the soundtrack are ideal to round out the adrenaline rush players will get while playing PURE.”

PURE‘s soundtrack is 25 songs strong, including a varied mix of house, electronic, hip-hop and metal. Hit the jump for the complete track listing. PURE motors into retail in September for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

PURE Official Soundtrack:

The Answer – “Into the Gutter”
Fred Baker -“Genius Touch”
Jeff Beck -“Grease Monkey”
Calyx & Teebee -“Dual Processed” Featuring MC Verse
The Datsuns -” Maximum Heartbreak’ and ‘Sittin’ Pretty”
Diet Kong -“With Magic”
Adam Freeland -” Spin Machine”
The Futureheads -” Beginning of the Twist”
DJ Hyper -“We Control”
Midfield General -“On the Road”
The Music -“Strength in Numbers”
My Luminaries – “The Sound of Music”
Noise Control -“Cities of Dreams’ and ‘Mud Bath”
Pendulum -“Granite’ and ‘Showdown”
Pop Levi -“Wannamama”
Qemists -“Drop Audio’ and ‘Stomp Box”
The Radishes -“Good Machine”
Silvertone -“Try”
The Subways -“Rock and Roll Queen”
Tapeworm -“Getting Through”
The Whigs -“Need You Need You”
Zero DB -“Late in the Day’ and ‘Redline”
Wolfmother -” Woman”
We Are Scientists -“Inaction”
Blindside – “For the Nation”

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