|wipEout - The Music|
|Soundtrack album by Various Artists|
CAT. 481119 2, CD SONYTV06
|Wipeout series soundtrack chronology|
CD which also features the main part of the Designers Republic designed wipEout league logo.
Wipeout, released for Sony PlayStation in 1995, was one of the first video games to incorporate electronic music by non-mainstream, alternative artists into the game. The artwork for the album was made by The Designers Republic in their typical futuristic style, in line with the artwork of the game and its future setting. The cover features the katakana デザイナーズ・リパブリック.
The soundtrack album had a different track list than the game itself, making use of only a few songs that were present in-game. Aside from tracks 1, 2 and 5, no other tracks from the album appear in the game, instead tracks by artist Cold Storage were used.
|1.||"Afro Ride" (Afro-Left, 1995)||Neil Barnes, Paul Daley, Neil Cole||Leftfield||4:24|
|2.||"Chemical Beats" (from Exit Planet Dust, 1995)||Tom Rowlands, Ed Simons||Chemical Brothers||4:50|
|3.||"Blue Monday (Hardfloor Mix)" (from Blue Monday-95, 1995)||Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert||New Order||8:34|
|4.||"The Age of Love (Jam & Spoon Mix)"||Bruno Sanchioni, Giuseppe Cherchia||Age of Love||6:45|
|5.||"Wipeout (P.E.T.R.O.L)" (from In Sides, 1996)||P & P Hartnoll||Orbital||6:15|
|6.||"One Love (Edit)" (from Music for the Jilted Generation, 1994)||Liam Howlett||The Prodigy||3:53|
|7.||"La Tristesse Durera (Scream to a Sigh) (Dust Brothers Mix)" (from Gold Against the Soul, 1993)||Nicky Wire, Richey James||Manic Street Preachers||6:13|
|8.||"When (K-Klass Pharmacy Mix)"||Lucia Holm, Paul Carnell||Sunscreem||8:39|
|9.||"Good Enough (Geminis Psychosis Mix)"||L. Cittadini, M. Braghieri||B.B. feat Angie Brown||8:54|
|10.||"Circus Bells (Hardfloor Remix)"||R. Armani||Robert Armani||8:58|
|11.||"Captain Dread" (from Second Light, 1995)||G. Roberts, Irvine, McGlynn||Dreadzone||5:24|
|12.||"Transamazonia (Deep Dish Rockit Express Dub Mix)"||Colin Angus, Richard West||The Shamen||4:21|