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Tony Hawk's American Wasteland

Vagrant 420

Released on October 18, 2005

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Tony Hawk is to skateboarding what Michael Jordan is to basketball, Wayne Gretzky is to hockey, and Babe Ruth was to baseball. His image and celebrity status have long eclipsed what he can do on a board with four wheels, as you can no see him on TV endorsing everything from chocolate milk to bagel bites.

Tony’s video game series, Tony Hawk’s Underground (better known as THUG I and II), has sold tens of millions of copies worldwide and are favorites of gamers young and old. They appeal to not only the hardcore skater, but to those who’ve never even stepped foot on a board. Tony in of himself has become a brand name and the new game, Tony Hawk’s American Wasteland should see the same success as the previous releases.

The soundtrack to the game (and the music inside the game itself) is a lineup of today’s biggest and best bands in the world of rock. The premise was to get each of these bands to cover a song from a classic 80’s punk or hardcore band. Since the game is played in Los Angeles, you’ll find that most of the bands covered were West Coast based. Below is a listing the bands appearing on the soundtrack, as well as the songs and bands they covered.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Senses Fail -Institutionalized (Suicidal Tendencies)  9%
2 Taking Back Sunday -Suburban Home/I Like Food (The Descendents) Voted #2  11%
3 My Chemical Romance -Astro Zombies (Misfits)  6%
4 Emanuel -Search And Destroy (The Stooges)  4%
5 Saves The Day -Sonic Reducer (Dead Boys)  10%
6 Dropkick Murphys -Who Is Who (Adolescents)  8%
7 Thrice -Seeing Red/Screaming At A Wall (Minor Threat)  8%
8 Bled -House Of Suffering (Bad Brains)  1%
9 Hot Snakes -Time To Escape (Government Issue)  2%
10 Fall Out Boy -Start Today (Gorilla Biscuits)  6%
11 Alkaline Trio -Wash Away (TSOL) Voted #1  16%
12 Thursday -Ever Fallen In Love (Buzzcocks)  8%
13 From Autumn To Ashes -Let's Have A War (Fear)  3%
14 Rise Against -Fix Me (Black Flag) Voted #3  10%
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Dereck from Pittston, ME 
Dec 15 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I am a huge fan of covers so I was excited to get this album and let me tell you it doesn't disapoint. I really enjoy Saves the Day's cover of the Dead Boys. All of the covers are great. Pick this up if that's your thing.

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Russell. from Parma, OH 
Apr 6 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Took me awhile to get into this one, but when I did, it stayed in my CD player at work for a week straight. Most bands on here did a great job. Totally breathing life into some really good classic punk rock. Some bands forsake their own sound to do credit to the original artists. An all around fun CD to have.

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Thor from Fairmont, MN 
Nov 8 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

ok. another average comp, only good songs are the thrice-minor threat cover, tbs-descendents, the rest are all mediocre. those 2 songs are the only ones that do the original band any justice. why the fuck would MTV promote this, theres no rap, reality shows, or fat retarded dancing queers on here!!

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