The soundtrack has been an integral part of the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater franchise since the game’s inception, since you’ll no doubt hear each song countless times as you memorize level layouts and perfect skating lines.
Activision has released the soundtrack for the upcoming Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 and while there are plenty of punk and hip-hop tracks, fans hoping to revisit some of their favorite songs are going to find themselves disappointed. The soundtrack features 32 songs – the most of any game in the series to date – but they’re all brand new.
The full list, first spotted by GameInformer on Friday, is below.
- Anti-Flag – Stars and Stripes
- Atmosphere – Southsiders
- Black Pistol Fire – Hipster Shakes
- Bully – Milkman
- Cloud Nothings – I’m Not Part of Me
- Cold Cave – A Little Death to Laugh
- Connie Price and the Keystones – International Hustler
- Crass Mammoth – All 149
- Deaf Poets – Degenerate Mind
- Death – Keep On Knocking
- Death From Above 1979 – Virgins
- Deer Mother – When The Wolves Come Out
- Doomtree – Mini Brute
- Fake P – Rorschach
- Family Force 5 – Raised By Wolves
- Four Year Strong – Go Down In History
- Harlan – Moment To Myself
- Hundred Visions – Our Ritual
- Hungry Hands – Highline
- Icon For Hire – Cynics and Critics
- Killer Be Killed – Wings of Feather and Wax
- New Politics – Everywhere I Go
- Plague Vendor – Black Sap Scriptures
- Ratatat – Cream on Chrome
- RattBlack – Skate Rock
- Royal Blood – Little Monster
- State Champs – Secrets
- Temples – Shelter Song
- The Orwells – Who Needs You
- The Schitzophonics – Rat Trap
- The Sheds – Bad Things are Bad
- Yogi & Skrillex – Burial
Earlier this month a new art style was revealed for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5, adding a cel-shaded look to the game’s characters. Fans who had been disappointed in the trailer for the game released in July didn’t find that the new look did much to change their opinions. While the soundtrack features a mix of well-known and under-the-radar bands, it remains to be seen how longtime fans will react.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One hits store shelves on September 29, and will feature 20-person multiplayer. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 version of the game, which lacks multiplayer, hits on November 10.