Fresh off a tour from the release of his All-Pro Soundtrack for All-Pro 2K8, DJ Z-Trip is back in the video-game business. This time, he’s contributed his skills to the EA game Skate. I’ve always been a Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater guy myself, but then I don’t own an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3.
One of Z-Trip’s songs on Skate is a remix of Nirvana’s Lounge Act, which Z says on his MySpace page is the first officially licensed Nirvana remix ever. That’s heady stuff, but it’s in good hands with Z-Trip, who maintains the integrity of the original while still stamping it with his own layer of freshness. (Although a friend of mine is convinced Kurt Cobain is rolling in his grave.)
Unfortunately, the remix is not available as an mp3 (at least not anywhere I can find). So you’ll have to peep it at MySpace.
[STREAM]: DJ Z-Trip | Lounge Act (remix)
Grab some ridiculous downloads at Z-Trip’s Web site (including a couple more from All-Pro Soundtrack he’s made available). And if I’ve told you once, I’ve told you a thousand times: Grab Uneasy Listening.
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