Tony Hawk’s ProSkater 1 and 2 Soundtrack Is On Spotify, Offering Late 90s Nostalgia

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The Tony Hawk’s ProSkater games are getting a modern makeover — remastered releases titled Tony Hawk’s ProSkater 1 and 2, which will be rolled out on September 4th. To make the anticipation more palatable, Vicarious Visions, the developer, created a playlist of tracks featured in the THPS legendary soundtrack. It can be browsed on Spotify.

Vicarious Visions has already verified that the remastered ProSkater games will include basically every song from the old ones. The current Spotify playlist, however, offers only 18 tracks out of 26, reports Polygon.

But that still means 18 pieces of exceptional nostalgia with Dead Kennedy’s “Police Truck”, Papa Roach’s “Blood Brothers”, Goldfinger’s “Superman”, the RATM’S “Guerilla Radio” among the others. Plus, Vicarious Visions already published a poster titled “The Hawk Mix” that portrays the tracks as a stash of 1990s bootleg CDs. The poster mentions a trio of songs currently excluded from the Spotify list: Evenrude’s “Vilified” plus Speedealer’s “Nothing to Me” and “Screamer.”

Tony Hawk’s ProSkater 1 and 2 will be available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC.

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