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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 soundtrack featuring 15 songs in total.


The original/base soundtrack for Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2. This list is present in the PS1, PC, Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 releases of the game. The Nintendo 64 version contains instrumental / chopped up versions. These are listed in order of their appearances in the game.

  1. "Blood Brothers" by Papa Roach from the album Infest (2000)
  2. "Bring the Noise" by Anthrax & Public Enemy (credited as Chuck D) from the album Attack of the Killer B's and Apocalypse 91... The Enemy Strikes Black (both 1991)
  3. "Guerilla Radio" by Rage Against the Machine from the album The Battle of Los Angeles (1999)
  4. "Pin the Tail on the Donkey" by Naughty by Nature from their self-titled album (1991)
  5. "You" by Bad Religion from the album |No Control (1989)
  6. "When Worlds Collide" by Powerman 5000 from the album Tonight the Stars Revolt! (1999)
  7. "No Cigar" by Millencolin from the album Pennybridge Pioneers (2000).
  8. "B-Boy Document '99" by The High & Mighty, featuring Mos Def & Mad Skillz from the album Home Field Advantage (1999)
  9. "Cyclone" by Dub Pistols from the album Point Blank (1998)
  10. "May 16" by Lagwagon from the album Let's Talk About Feelings (1998)
  11. "Subculture" by Styles of Beyond, released as a single (2001)
  12. "Heavy Metal Winner" by Consumed from the EP Breakfast at Pappa's (1998)
  13. "Evil Eye" by Fu Manchu from the album The Action is Go (1997)
  14. "Out With the Old" by BlackPlanetMusic (credited as Alleylife, who provided vocals), wasn't released on an album until A Compilation of Thangs (2010)
  15. "Five Lessons Learned" by Swingin' Utters from the album of the same (1998)

Additional Licensing[]

The song "City Stars" by Born Allah was licensed but not part of the original soundtrack and is only featured in Kareem Campbell's pro tape. This tape also re-uses the main menu theme.

  1. Born Allah - City Stars
  2. Brian Bright - Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2

Korean release[]

The Korean release featured 7 additional songs by Korean band 'Fin.K.L' to accompany them being playable.

  • Now (Now)
  • Forever Love (White)
  • To My Prince (S.P.E.C.I.A.L.)
  • Feel Your Love (Now)
  • White (S.P.E.C.I.A.L.)
  • Waiting For You (White)
  • Pride (White)

iOS release[]

The iOS soundtrack only features 9 songs due to licensing issues; All 9 songs are exclusive to this release.

  1. Killing California - Now I'm You
  2. Late Night Condition - Saviour
  3. Goonies Never Say Die - Everyone Comes to Life
  4. Nathan Xander - The Alchemist
  5. The Lions Rampant - 70 - 30
  6. Operatic - Interested in Madness
  7. Murs & Terrace Martin - Fresh Kicks
  8. Bobot Adrenaline - Wasted Youth
  9. The Spanks - Just Dance

PocketPC release[]

The PocketPC soundtrack only features 5 songs due to licensing issues; All 5 songs are exclusive to this release.

  1. Oranger - Garden Party for Murder Pride
  2. Delegate - Flat Out
  3. Kissinger - Certain Girls
  4. Ryan Young - Crickets in the Soap
  5. The Clutters - Rock and Roll


  • In an interview from 1999, Tony Hawk himself stated that his favorite song of the game was the song "No Cigar" by Millencollin.
  • On the PlayStation version of the game, after the song "You" by Bad Religion has finished, there is a long duration time before the next song starts. This is possibly a developer oversight.
  • The song "Blood Brothers" by Papa Roach is featured in the 2006 racing game Flatout 2. However, the song is only played in the Stunts minigames, and is a reduced quality version of the song.
  • The song "Interested in Madness" by Operatic was also featured in Tony Hawk's Underground 2.