If you’re not fully aware of exactly what Lollipop Chainsaw is, then you obviously don’t visit this site as often as you should. It follows Juliet Starling, a badass cheerleader who kicks zombie ass when she isn’t swooning over her boyfriend Nick. If the over-the-top action and outlandish cast of characters didn’t quite give you a good enough idea of just how awesomely bizarre this game is going to be, it’s eclectic mix of music should.
The boss fights are being scored by Jimmy Urine, and Silent Hill composer Akira Yamaoka’s composing some original tunes for the game as well. On top of that, there’s a plethora of music licensed for the game, from groups like The Chordettes, Skrillex, and Five Finger Death Punch. Head past the jump for the full track list and a neat little behind the scenes video.
Here’s the track list:
Lollipop – The Chordettes
Pac Man Fever – Buckner & Garcia
Rock ‘N’ Roll (Will Take You To The Mountain) – Skrillex
The Way of the Fist – Five Finger Death Punch
Stop Reading, Start Doing Pushups – Destroy Rebuild Until God Comes
Riot Rhythm – Sleigh Bells
Turtle Crazy – Toy Dolls
1,000 Cigarettes – MSTRKRFT
Heroes Of Our Time – Dragonforce
Nemesis – Arch Enemy
Needled 24/7 – Children of Bodom
Mickey – Toni Basil
You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) – Dead or Alive
Empire State Human – The Human League
Cherry Bomb – Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Speed – Atari Teenage Riot
Lollipop Chainsaw releases on the PS3 and Xbox 360 on June 12th.
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