|5||–||Know Where To Run||4:12|
|10||–||Under The Influence||4:17|
This is a PlayStation game that when inserted into a regular CD player acts as an audio CD with a blank first track.
- Barcode (Printed): 7 11719 79832 3
|Wipeout 3 (CD, Enhanced, Mixed-Mode, NTSC Playstation Game)||Sony Computer Entertainment America, Psygnosis Ltd.||SLUS-00865 94078||US||1999|
|Wip3out (CD, Enhanced, PAL Playstation Game)||Sony Computer Entertainment, Psygnosis, PlayStation||SCES-01909||Europe||1999|
|WipEout 3: Special Edition (CD, Enhanced, PAL, Mixed-Mode, Playstation Game)||Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, Psygnosis Ltd.||SCES-02845||Europe||2000|
|WipEout 3 (CD, Enhanced, NTSC, Mixed-Mode, Playstation Game)||Psygnosis Ltd., Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., Psygnosis Ltd.||SCPS-10098, SCPS 10098||Japan||2000|
|2 Games: WipEout 3: Special Edition / Destruction Derby 2 (CD, Enhanced, Mixed-Mode, Playstation Game)||Sony Computer Entertainment, Psygnosis, PlayStation, Reflections (12)||SCES 00299-T, 9493129, SCES 02845-T||Europe||2000|
- Edited 17 years agoSasha really knows how to do it...
This Wipeout soundtrack has been excellently compiled. A mixture of House and Techno goes reallly well together on this and the best part is, it's on the actual PlayStation disc!
My personal favourites of this release are all of Sasha's tracks (especially "Xpander"), both MKL tracks, Propellerheads' "Lethal Cut" and Underworld's "Kittens".
The soundtrack goes really well with the general atmosphere of the game. This disc brings out the best of the Wipeout music so far. Some people think this is the worst of the first three games, but I definately think the opposite. The fusion of awesome music and magnificent gameplay make this one of the best Futuristic experiences ever.
Sure, Extreme-G has it's own way of portraying this, but I definately think this is my favourite ever game soundtrack.
If I could get extended versions of each track on here I would. Now that's saying something, isn't it?!?
- Edited 18 years agoDJ Sasha was signed as the official Musical director for this project as well as composer of most of the music soundtrack. The weird name of the tracks like Auricom, Goteki, etc... is due to the fact that each one of the racing teams in the game has it's own theme song.
Originally, this compilation was intended to be released as an independent soundtrack, just like the Wipeout music soundtrack released by Astralwerks. However, for unknown reasons(at least for me), maybe marketing and commercial projection, this album finally saw the light as a bonus disc for a limited release of the Wip3out(or Wipeout 3) videogame.