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Hasbro rolls out a ‘Transformers’-inspired album

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Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron and the other robots in disguise are finally getting a soundtrack to their lives with Transformers Roll Out, the first-ever album inspired by the long-running franchise.

Announced this morning by Hasbro Studios, the collection features 10 tracks from a blend of established and up-and-coming alternative, rock and indie pop acts, ranging from Bush and Born Cages to Elle Rae and MEW.

Two songs from the compilation, Mount Holly’s “Roll Out” and Crash Kings’ “Gigantik,” can be purchased now. The full album is available for digital preorder beginning today. Transformers Roll Out will debut April 15 on all digital providers, with a limited-edition CD and vinyl sold exclusively through FYE stores.

Here’s the full track list:

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Comments

6 Comments

Laurence J SInclair

February 9, 2016 at 9:38 am

No ‘Touch’ = no sale.

No ‘Dare’ = no sale.

Ok. I do not see a single Stan Bush song here. No thank you.

I was expecting some covers of songs from the movie

so this is a non-movie based TF soundtrack? Interesting.
suggestions for future editions: Public Enemy, LL Cool J, EPMD, Big Daddy Kane, Rage Against the Machine, P.O.D., Living Colour, Lenny Kravitz

No ‘Hunger’ = no sale.

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