Bush, Public Enemy Unreleased Songs Make X Games Soundtrack

New music from Sugar Ray, Helmet.

The latest in

a six-album series of Tommy Boy/ESPN compilations is a soundtrack to the 1997

Summer X Games, which includes previously unreleased material from Bush and

Public Enemy.

The event's official soundtrackX Games Soundtrack

Album, due in stores May 27, will include Bush's "Old" and Public Enemy's

remix of "Welcome To The Terrordome." Other bands offering never before

released material are Sublime ("What I Got"), Goldfinger ("Superman"), Psycho

Realm ("Circles of Sin," featuring Cypress Hill's B. Real), Civ ("Shout It")

and Dog Eat Dog ("Step Right In," a Wisedog remix).

The soundtack for the X

Games, an ESPN competition that began in April this year and consists of

unusual and daring sports events that push athletes to the extremes of their

abilities, features 17 tracks inspired by extreme sports, such as skateboarding

and in-line skating.

Also included on the album is new music by Sugar Ray

("RPM"), Helmet ("Renovation"), The Prodigy (with a Chemical Brothers remix of

"Voodoo People"), Chronic Future (Insomniac"), Fat ("Dog"), Vibrolush ("No

Regret") and Phunk Junkeez ("Adrenaline").

The X Games Soundtrack Album is

an energetic mix of punk, hip-hop, ska and techno showcasing new music and

classic hits such as Fishbone's "Party at Ground Zero",the Red Hot Chili

Peppers' "Johnny Kick A Hole In The Sky" and the Wu Tang Clan's "Protect Ya

Neck."

Other popular Tommy Boy/ESPN joint compilations include volumes one

and two of Jock Jams and Jock Rock, and a Slam Jams

collection.

The 1997 U.S. Summer X Games will continue through June.