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EA Jams with FIFA Street 2’s All Star Soundtrack

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EA has just released all the music for FIFA Street 2. The slamming international soundtrack brings together 47 different tracks from all over the globe to help add to the excitement of the video game. EA has long sense been the leader in merging digital entertainment with exciting and cutting edge music. It’s a combination that has helped many up and coming artists sell more records and be introduced to new audiences.

EA gets into different genres of music this time around. While your usual Madden game would pack Rock and main stream Hip-Hop music, FIFA Street 2 offers up Drum & Bass, Latin, and underground Hip-Hop. EA offers up the in-game soundtrack via it’s own in game radio station ala Grand Theft Auto style. World-renowned DJ Zane Lowe, DJ Grooverider, and a slew of seven well-known DJ’s host the radio stations. Players will be able to make playlist and create their own radio stations. But isn’t it time for EA to let us download these tracks? With the Xbox 360 having a hard drive we should be able to drag and drop and take the good music from the game on the go with us via an iPod or other MP3 player. Get up on that EA.

About FIFA Street 2

Soccer gets pimped out. Improving over the original title, this time you have more tricks and ball juggling to all to your skill set. FIFA Street 2 is about style, attitude, and scoring a GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! With advancements in gameplay and all-new signature moves for the world’s greatest professional players, FIFA Street 2 takes the game back to the streets in the ultimate display of skills. Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo is the cover boy for the game.

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