Madden 11 soundtrack to feature classics, fight songs

EA Sports gives a first look at T.O. as a Bengal.
FOX Sports
Share This Story


After years of featuring music by new bands in its hit Madden franchise, EA Sports is going in a different direction with the soundtrack for Madden NFL 11.

This year’s game will feature stadium classics and — for the first time — team fight songs.

The soundtrack for this year's Madden will feature team fight songs for the first time.

“The term ‘Madden Music’ has come to mean music that matches the intensity of the video game,” says Steve Schnur, worldwide executive of music and marketing for EA said in a statement. “This year, we wanted the music to not only define the game, but also the stadium experience. These are the classics that consistently bring NFL crowds to their feet. It’s an exciting new audio direction for Madden NFL, one that we know all fans will respond to. There is nothing like the experience of live football in a packed stadium, and the Madden NFL 11 soundtrack absolutely brings that excitement home.”

The complete in-game soundtrack for Madden NFL 11 includes.

Original Recordings:

AC/DC: “Thunderstruck”
Archie Eversole: “We Ready”
Blur: “Song 2”
Bush: “Machinehead”
Guns N’ Roses: “Welcome to the Jungle”
Kevin Rudolf featuring Lil’ Wayne” “Let It Rock”
Kiss: “Rock and Roll All Nite”
Ozzy Osbourne: “Let Me Hear You Scream”
Ozzy Osbourne: “Crazy Train”
The Hives: “Tick Tick Boom”
Todd Rundgren: “Bang the Drum”
Ying Yang Twins featuring Homebwoi: “Halftime”

Cover Versions:

“Rock N Roll Part 2” – as made famous by Gary Glitter
“We Will Rock You” – as made famous by Queen
“Crowd Chant” – as made famous by Joe Satriani
“Kernkraft 400” – as made famous by Zombie Nation

Team Fight Songs:

Chicago Bears: “Bear Down Chicago Bears”
Detroit Lions: “Gridiron Heroes”
Green Bay Packers: “Go Packers Go!”
Miami Dolphins: “Miami Dolphins #1”
Minnesota Vikings: “Skol Vikings”
Philadelphia Eagles: “Fly Eagles Fly”
Washington Redskins: “Hail to the Redskins”

Related Stories

Member Comments

Please note by clicking on "Post comment" you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Use and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be Polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator.

powered by

More Than Sports on MSN