Need for Speed Underground 2 Soundtrack- Need for Speed: Underground 2 is a video game made by Electronic Arts. It’s the eighth game in the Need for Speed series and follows the first game, “Need for Speed: Underground.” People could play it on Microsoft Windows, GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox.
There were also versions for Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, and PlayStation Portable. Even mobile phones had their version! Just like the first one, this game did really well. About 11 million copies were sold everywhere, and it even set records for sales in the United Kingdom. The below article is about Need for Speed Underground 2 Soundtrack you can listen to all the tracks on Spotify and Soundcloud.
Need for Speed Underground 2 Soundtrack
Need for Speed Underground 2 Soundtrack was released on November 15, 2004. It features a diverse range of artists and genres, including hip-hop, rock, and electronic music.
The soundtrack perfectly complements the high-speed racing action of the game and adds to the overall immersive experience. Here is the complete list of Need for Speed Underground 2 Soundtracks.
Mind Killer (Jagz Kooner Remix)
Mind Killer (Jagz Kooner Remix) is a track by Adam Freeland, also known as Freeland, remixed by Jagz Kooner. The song’s refrain, “Fear is the mind-killer,” is part of the Bene Gesserit meditation from the novel Dune. You can listen to this track on SoundCloud2 or watch it on YouTube:
I Need Speed
I Need Speed is a song by Capone, recorded exclusively for the video game “Need for Speed: Underground 2” in 2004. The song features Capone’s signature rap style and is a high-energy track that perfectly captures the adrenaline-fueled racing action of the game. You can listen to the song on YouTube:
I Do is a song by Chingy, released on his album “PowerBallin’” in 2004. The song features Chingy’s signature rap style and focuses on his wealth and the status symbols that come with it, particularly his love for luxury cars, expensive jewelry, and loads of cash. You can listen to the song on YouTube:
In 2000, American DJ Christopher Lawrence crafted the hit instrumental track “Rush Hour.” This song was a sensation, topping the British dance charts and even setting a record as the fastest-selling record for Intergroove, the biggest dance music distributor in the US. It earned praise from Paul Oakenfold, who hailed it as a standout in his collection. You can listen to the song on YouTube:
Back on a Mission
Back on a Mission is a song by the electronic music duo Cirrus, released in 1998 as the title track of their album of the same name. The album was released on August 25, 1998, by Moonshine Music and features a mix of breakbeat, downtempo, and big beat styles.
Rocket Ride (Soulwax Remix)
Rocket Ride (Soulwax Remix) is a remix of the song “Rocket Ride” by Felix Da Housecat, produced by Soulwax and Felix Da Housecat. The song is track 9 on the Need for Speed Underground 2 Soundtrack. The lyrics of the song describe a futuristic love story between two people traveling through space.
Switch/Twitch is a song by the English electronic music band Fluke. It was released as a single in 2003 and is included on their album “Puppy“. The full version of the song is longer than the album version and can be found on the 2003 CD single “Switch”.
Crashing Foreign Cars
Crashing Foreign Cars is a song by the American alternative metal band Helmet. It is the second track on their album “Size Matters,” which was released in 2004. The song uses a car as a metaphor for a relationship and was featured on the soundtrack of the video game Need for Speed: Underground 2.
Scavenger is a song by the American punk rock band KillRadio. It was released on September 7, 2004, as track 2 on their album “Raised on Whipped Cream”. The song was written by Brandon Jordan, the lead vocalist of the band. KillRadio’s music is an eclectic mix of punk, rock, ska, and funk.
The Death & Resurrection Show
The Death & Resurrection Show is a song by the British post-punk industrial band Killing Joke. It was released in 2003 as the first track on their self-titled album. The song’s lyrics contain strong themes of death, rebirth, and resurrection, and the opening lines describe the start of a ritualistic ceremony. The song was produced by Martin Glover and Andy Gill.
No W is a single by the industrial metal band Ministry. The song was the first single from their 2004 album, “Houses of the Molé”. Another version of this song appears on later versions of the album. This “redux” version is 2:55 in length and has all of the samples from Carl Orff’s “Carmina Burana” removed.
Determined is a song by the American metal band Mudvayne and the first single from their 2005 album “Lost and Found”. The song was produced by Mudvayne and Dave Fortman. It was nominated in 2006 for a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance, but lost to Slipknot’s “Before I Forget”. You can listen to the official studio version of the song on YouTube:
Nothing But You (Cirrus Remix)
Nothing But You (Cirrus Remix) is a remix by Paul Van Dyk, featuring Hemstock & Jennings, produced by Cirrus. The song was released in 2004 and is part of the Need for Speed Underground 2 Soundtrack.
In My Head
The song In My Head by Queens of the Stone Age came out on June 27, 2005, as part of their album “Lullabies to Paralyze.” It began earlier in 2003 in a project called The Desert Sessions with the name “In My Head…Or Something.” Then, in November 2004, a slightly changed version of the song was featured in a video game called “Need for Speed: Underground 2.” You can listen to the official music video for “In My Head” on YouTube:
Give It All
Give It All is a song by the American rock band Rise Against. They first made it for a compilation album called “Rock Against Bush, Vol. 1” in 2004. Then, they changed it a bit and put it in their own album “Siren Song of the Counter Culture” the same year.
I am Weightless
I Am Weightless is a song by the band September, released as track 1 on their album “Rule 3: Conceal Your Intentions” in 2004. The song was produced by Ross Robinson. The lyrics describe the feelings of a person who is in love and feels weightless and useless without their partner.
Nobody is a song by the Welsh reggae metal band Skindred. It was released as the first single from the band’s debut album “Babylon” in 2002/2004. Besides appearing in The Need for Speed: Underground 2 the song also features in other video games like “MX vs. ATV Unleashed”.
That’z My Name
That’z My Name is a song by Sly Boogy, produced by Scott Storch. It is track 4 on the Need for Speed Underground 2 Soundtrack, released in 2004. The song features Sly Boogy’s signature rap style and is an energetic and upbeat track that perfectly captures the spirit of the game.
Hard EBM is a song by the artist Sin, released on the album “Errare Digital Est”. The song was featured on Need for Speed Underground 2 Soundtrack.
Skeptic is a song by the American post-hardcore band Snapcase. It is track 4 on their album “Bright Flashes,” released in 2003. The song’s lyrics describe the fear and anxiety that can arise from facing uncertainty and the unknown, and the need to embrace freedom and find a new rhythm in life. You can listen to the song on YouTube or SoundCloud.
Riders On The Storm (Fredwreck Remix)
Riders On The Storm (Fredwreck Remix) is a remix of the song “Riders on the Storm” by The Doors, featuring new vocals from Snoop Dogg and a new beat produced by FredWreck. This remix was made mainly for EA’s Need for Speed: Underground 2 racing game, which focused on illegal street racing.
E-Ville is the second track from Sonic Animation’s 2002 album “Reality by Deception”. The song is an instant classic for the band.
Black Betty is a cover song by the Australian alternative rock band Spiderbait. The song was released in 2004 and reached number one on the ARIA Singles Chart. The song is a cover of the 1930s Lead Belly song “Black Betty”. You can listen to the official music video on YouTube2 or stream it on Spotify, Apple Music4, Google Play5, or Deezer6.
Lean Back is a cool hip-hop song by Terror Squad, released on June 1, 2004. It features Fat Joe and Remy Ma, and it became super popular, hitting the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Later, Lil Jon remixed it with verses from Eminem and Ma$e. Music magic!
Notice of Eviction
Notice of Eviction is a song by the American punk rock band The Bronx. It is track 8 on their self-titled album, released in 2003. The song was produced by The Bronx and Gilby Clarke. The lyrics describe the protagonist’s partner lying to him and trying to convince him to stay with her, but he feels like he’s lost himself trying to make things work. He’s tried to find the truth on his own and remembers everything he’s done, but he’s still feeling lost.
The Celebration Song
The Celebration Song is a song by the American rock band Unwritten Law. It was released on their album “Here’s To The Mourning” in 2004. Later it was featured in Need for Speed Underground 2 Soundtrack. You can listen to the song on YouTube. or stream it on music platforms like Gaana.
LAX is a song by Xzibit, released in 2004 as track 2 on his album “Weapons of Mass Destruction”. The song was produced by Mystro (USA) and Sir Jinx. The lyrics describe Xzibit’s frustration with the people who hate on him and his warning to those who oppose him that they better be ready for a war. The hook repeats the message that Xzibit is not going to wait for anyone and they should prepare themselves for the consequences of their actions. (External Link: Spotify)
- Riders On The Storm (feat. The Doors) (Fredwreck Remix)
- We Got The Noise
- Breeding Insanity
- Breda 8 pm (DJ Montana Edit)
- Thank You For The Venom
- The End of The Line
- Any Minute Now
- The Keys to Life vs. 15 Minutes of Fame
- Jam On It
- We Want Your Soul (Ed Rush & Optical Mix)
- Main Menu
- in No Limit (Allister Brimble Edit)
- Race Music 2
- Rapid Fire (Allister Brimble Edit)
- Crust (Allister Brimble Edit)
- Race Music 5
- Concert Vomit (Allister Brimble Edit)
- Monster Rash (Allister Brimble Edit)
- Slash Dot Dash
- No Remorse
- Two Days or DieTwo Days or Die
- Menu Theme
- Hidden Theme
- Obstacle 1
- Black Masks and Gasoline
- Magic Stick (with Lil Kim)
- Do It Again
- Take it To The Top
- Scuzz Missile