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New Tony Hawk Video Game Soundtrack Features L.A. Bands The Happy Hollows, The Henry Clay People

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Activision released the new Tony Hawk: Shred skateboarding and snowboarding video game into the retail-wild this week with a 64-song soundtrack to backdrop any and all motion-sensing, board-controlled antics. Included on the soundtrack are Los Angeles rockers The Happy Hollows and The Henry Clay People in the company of Sam & Dave, The Beach Boys, Iggy and the Stooges, Vampire Weekend and Devo.

The Happy Hollows - "High Wire"

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The Henry Clay People - "End Of An Empire"

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