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Game Soundtrack Album to be Released, Distributed this Month

3DO's Jonny Moseley Mad Trix Soundtrack Includes Palm Label Songs (November 05, 2001)
The 3DO Company announced today that on November 13, Palm Pictures will begin national distribution of the soundtrack album for 3DO’s Jonny Moseley Mad Trix. As a result of this collaboration, the game will include songs from Palm’s stable of artists, as well as other recording artists; most notably Saliva’s Click Click Boom from their gold debut album, Every Six Seconds. Palm is the record label led by Chris Blackwell, the noted music industry veteran who founded Island Records. Even more noteworthy is the rare occurrence of a major record label putting the soundtrack from a video game intonational music distribution.

Mixing melodic hard rock and gritty vocals with an explosive chorus that wreaks havoc on listeners, Saliva clicks-in with Click Click Boom. Powered by thick guitars and thundering dynamics, Seven Channels’ proudly stands apart with their solid and sinewy debut album, delivering a spiritual epic of sorrow and salvation. Japan’s newest import, The Mad Capsule Markets, reaches into the heart of extreme sports with their explosive mix of techno, drum & bass and hard-core punk.



The Jonny Moseley Mad Trix game is the first trick-based freeskiing game made for
the PlayStation2 system. Maximizing the PlayStation®2 system’s capabilities, the game uses a state-of-the-art engine to create unique and stunningly photo-realistic environments. In the Slopestyle mode, you race through fantastical environments such as snowed-in San Francisco, Las Vegas, Rome, and many other cities, pulling off sick tricks and competing for medals, sponsors and fame.

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