Plus, there's a new behind-the-scenes video featuring Little Jimmy Urine and Akira Yamaoka wearing a lot of black and discussing the creation of the soundtrack for the upcoming hack and slash title from Grasshopper Manufacture and Suda51.
What is it with 2012 and Atari Teenage Riot tracks showing up in game-related stuff? First there was the recent PS Vita campaign using their Is This Hyperreal track "Black Flags," and now Lollipop Chainsaw is using the noise act's song "Speed" from 60 Second Wipeout. If you follow the group in any capacity, then you know precisely how off-message from their vigorously anti-corporatist stance this is. So... weird, right? Also, if I'm wondering out loud, why not use the far superior "Too Dead For Me" or "No Success?" I love "Speed" and one of the most pleasant revelations I've had recently was catching Wild At Heart and discovering the guitar riff sample for the track was from a Powermad song used in Lynch's film.
What I'm saying is, I really have strong opinions about and interest in ATR.
Anyway, the rest of the licensed tracks here are are fairly eclectic mix, and if they come bundled with composer Akira Yamaoka's score, I could see myself picking this up day one. Well, downloading. I don't want any more CDs in my house.
Here's who's on board for the soundtrack for Lollipop Chainsaw, which launches June 12th on the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Lollipop – The Chordettes
Pac Man Fever – Buckner & Garcia
Rock ‘N’ Roll (Will Take You To The Mountain) – Skrillex
The Way of the Fist – Five Finger Death Punch
Stop Reading, Start Doing Pushups - Destroy Rebuild Until God Comes
Riot Rhythm – Sleigh Bells
Turtle Crazy – Toy Dolls
1,000 Cigarettes – MSTRKRFT
Heroes Of Our Time – Dragonforce
Nemesis – Arch Enemy
Needled 24/7 – Children of Bodom
Mickey – Toni Basil
You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) – Dead or Alive
Empire State Human – The Human League
Cherry Bomb - Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Speed - Atari Teenage Riot