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SSX Tricky - CD Review

SSX Tricky - CD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

SSX Tricky CD Review, EA Sports Video Game

Various Artists

2002 (Nettwerk)

Whoa! Talk about the ultimate compilation soundtrack to board to! EA Sports' SSX Tricky snowboarding video game has amazing tunage that's available on CD too. The high-energy electronica soundtrack kicks some serious butt, from track one, right through to track 12.

These non-stop grooves, perfect for catching big air, include tunes by Run DMC, BT, Hybrid, Aphrodite and Mixmaster Mike (who is no stranger to real snowboarding.) Mixmaster Mike's grooves are so cool, he's often asked to spin at boarding competitions!

The fast paced songs on SSX Tricky have few words and are the perfect way to get in the groove. And when you're done being a couch potato - why not drop it in your Discman and test these grooves in the real outdoors? It's so good you might even improve your REAL game!

Rating:5

Check out more cool tunage from Nettwerk.
For more on EA Sports video games, click here.

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    Best Music To Board To? Vote!

    • It's gotta be techno or electronica.
    • Definitely rap!
    • My tune choice depends on my mood that day.
    • I board to pop.

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