True Crime:New York City Soundtrack Lineup Announced


More than 80 eclectic songs from NYC raised or transplanted bands that
span such diverse genres as punk, hip hop, hardcore and rock bring true
East Coast flavor to Activision, Inc.’s (Nasdaq: ATVI) highly
anticipated True Crime®: New York City video game. The in-game
soundtrack features licensed tracks from some of the biggest names in
music from Bob Dylan, The Ramones and Blondie to Run DMC, Public Enemy
and DMX, as well as new music from Redman, including “Rush The
Security” from his upcoming album Red Gone Wild and two original tracks
written for the game. True Crime®: New York City, set to hit store
shelves on November 16, also features an in-game customizable play list
option that allows gamers to order the music based on their personal

 “When we moved the True Crime franchise to the one and only New York
City we compiled a soundtrack to match the look and feel of the game,”
said Tim Riley, worldwide executive of music at Activision. “Many of
the artists on the soundtrack helped define the city’s music scene
including Jay-Z, Fat Joe, A Tribe Called Quest, New York Dolls, The
Velvet Underground, My Chemical Romance, The Bravery and Iggy and the
Stooges, among others, making this soundtrack the ultimate New York

 Following is a list of tracks:

Redman – “True Crime”

Redman -“True Crime (Bonus track)”

Redman – “Rush the Security”
 Cam’Ron featuring Jay-Z – “Welcome to NYC”
 Run D.M.C. – “Sucker MC’s”
 Kool Moe Dee – “Wild Wild West”
 The Sugarhill Gang – “Rapper’s Delight”
 Public Enemy – “Bring The Noise (Chuck D Mix)”
 DMX – “Where The Hood At”

 Busta Rhymes – “Put Your Hands Where my Eyes Can See”
 Agnostic Front – “Police State”
 Bad Brains – “I Against I”
 Bob Dylan – “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door”
 Danzig – “Mother”
 The Ramones – “Beat on The Brat”
 Interpol – “Slow hands”
 Wu-Tang Clan – “Protect Ya Neck”
 Jungle Brothers – “Straight Out The Jungle”
 Grandmaster Flash The Furious Five – “New York New York”
 Hatebreed – “Another Day, Another Vendetta”
 Misfits – “Last Caress”
 Blondie – “Hangin by the Telephone”
 Sonic Youth – “Kool Thing”
 Skarhead – “New York Crime”
 Dope – “The Life”
 Kool G Rap and DJ Polo – “Streets of New York”
 Biz Markie – “I’m The Biz”
 Big Daddy Kane – “Ain’t No Half Steppin'”
 24-7 Spyz – “Yeah X 3”
 Suicide – “Ghostrider”
 Iggy The Stooges – “Search and Destroy”
 New York Dolls – “Subway Train”
 Bloodsimple – “Blood In Blood Out”
 Biohazard – “Shades of Grey”
 Gang Starr – “Full Clip”
 Big Punisher – “Twinz (Deep Cover)”
 Vision of Disorder – “Imprint”
 Mandrill – “Echoes In My Mind”
 The Damned – “Neat Neat Neat”
 The Velvet Underground – “I’m Waiting For the Man”
 Helmet – “Unsung”
 The Rapture – “The Killing”
 Black Star – “Definition”
 NaS – “N.Y. State Of Mind”
 Slick Rick – “Children’s Story”
 Youth Of Today – “Break Down The Walls”
 Cramps – “Wrong Way Ticket”

 The Casualties – “Sounds from the streets (Death Toll)”
 White Zombie – “Thunder Kiss 65”
 Unsane – “D train”
 A Tribe Called Quest – “Scenario”
 Mark Ronson – “Bout To Get Ugly”
 X-ecutioners – “Let Me Rock”
 Black Rob – “Woah!”
 Madball – “Pride (Times are Changing)”
 Richard Hell And The Voidoids – “Blank Generation”
 The Walkmen – “The Rat”
 Kurtis Blow – “The Breaks”
 Black Sheep – “The Choice Is Yours (Revisited)”
 De La Soul – “Thru Ya City”
 Gorilla Biscuits – “New Direction”
 Eric B Rakim – “Paid in Full”
 Afrika Bambaataa Soul Force – “Planet Rock”
 Sam Scarfo – “Homicide”
 Bobby Womack – “Across 110th Street”
 Marley Marl – “The Symphony”
 My Chemical Romance – “I Never Told You What I Did For A Living”
 Mobb Deep – “Shook Ones Pt. II”
 Quicksand – “East 3rd Street”
 Vordul Mega – “Neva Again”
 Black Moon – “Who Got The Props?”
 Jeru the Damaja – “D. Original”
 Leaders Of The New School – “Case of the P.T.A.”
 LL Cool J – “I Can’t Live With Out My Radio”
 Sick of It All – “Potential For A Fall”
 The A.K.A.’s – “Shout Out Loud”
 Blue Oyster Cult – “Don’t Fear the Reaper”
 Digable Planets – “Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like dat)”
 Murphy’s Law – “Crucial Bar-B-Que”
 Yeah Yeah Yeah’s – “Black Tongue”
 Harley’s War – “Criminal (4 Life)”
 The Bravery – “Honest Mistake”
 Television – “See No Evil”

 We Are Scientists – “Callbacks”

True Crime: New York City is being developed by Luxoflux for the
PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox® video game and
entertainment system from Microsoft and Nintendo GameCube(TM) and has
been rated “M” (“Mature” – Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong
Language, Strong Sexual Content, Use of Drugs) by the ESRB.

About Redman
This Newark, New Jersey native has been rapping for almost 10 straight
years, delivering hits each time out. His five solo albums (Whut? Thee
Album, Dare Iz A Darkside, Muddy Waters, Doc’s Da Name 2000,
Malpractice) and two collaborations (Blackout w/ Method Man and El Nino
w/Def Squad) have placed the rapper in a hip-hop hall of fame. While
some rappers just make songs, Redman’s history proves that he is an
all-around multi-talented hip-hop artist. He has also co-starred in
the major motion picture, “How High” alongside Method Man.

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