Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 soundtrack featuring 15 songs in total.
Original[edit | edit source]
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.
- "Blood Brothers" by Papa Roach from the album Infest (2000)
- "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)
- "Guerilla Radio" by Rage Against the Machine from the album The Battle of Los Angeles (1999)
- "Pin the Tail on the Donkey" by Naughty by Nature from their self-titled album (1991)
- "You" by Bad Religion from the album |No Control (1989)
- "When Worlds Collide" by Powerman 5000 from the album Tonight the Stars Revolt! (1999)
- "No Cigar" by Millencolin from the album Pennybridge Pioneers (2000).
- "B-Boy Document '99" by The High & Mighty, featuring Mos Def & Mad Skillz from the album Home Field Advantage (1999)
- "Cyclone" by Dub Pistols from the album Point Blank (1998)
- "May 16" by Lagwagon from the album Let's Talk About Feelings (1998)
- "Subculture" by Styles of Beyond, released as a single (2001)
- "Heavy Metal Winner" by Consumed from the EP Breakfast at Pappa's (1998)
- "Evil Eye" by Fu Manchu from the album The Action is Go (1997)
- "Out With the Old" by BlackPlanetMusic (credited as Alleylife, who provided vocals), wasn't released on an album until A Compilation of Thangs (2010)
- "Five Lessons Learned" by Swingin' Utters from the album of the same (1998)
Additional Licensing[edit | edit source]
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.
- Born Allah - City Stars
- Brian Bright - Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2
Korean release[edit | edit source]
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[edit | edit source]
The iOS soundtrack only features 9 songs due to licensing issues; All 9 songs are exclusive to this release.
- Killing California - Now I'm You
- Late Night Condition - Saviour
- Goonies Never Say Die - Everyone Comes to Life
- Nathan Xander - The Alchemist
- The Lions Rampant - 70 - 30
- Operatic - Interested in Madness
- Murs & Terrace Martin - Fresh Kicks
- Bobot Adrenaline - Wasted Youth
- The Spanks - Just Dance
PocketPC release[edit | edit source]
The PocketPC soundtrack only features 5 songs due to licensing issues; All 5 songs are exclusive to this release.
- Oranger - Garden Party for Murder Pride
- Delegate - Flat Out
- Kissinger - Certain Girls
- Ryan Young - Crickets in the Soap
- The Clutters - Rock and Roll
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- 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.