Burnout Revenge's soundtrack contains nearly 40 songs from some of the most popular musicians around the time of release. The track listing features artists such as The All American Rejects, Bloc Party and We Are Scientists. It also contains some remixes of songs by other bands such as Infusion, Mindless Self Indulgence and The Doors. In addition, the soundtrack features video game regular Junkie XL.

Some songs featured in the game's soundtrack have been censored to conform with the games young age rating (PEGI:3+ ESRB:E10+). The soundtrack also features some songs that have appeared in the Burnout Legends Soundtrack.


Artist Track Censored
The Academy Is... Almost Here Yes
All American Rejects Top of The World No
Andy Hunter Come On No
Animal Alpha Bundy Yes
Apocalyptica Life Burns! No
Asian Dub Foundation Flyover No
Avenged Sevenfold Beast and The Harlot Yes
Billy Talent Red Flag No
The Black Velvets Fear and Loathing Yes
Bloc Party Helicopter Yes
The Bravery An Honest Mistake (Superdiscount Remix) Yes
The Doors Break on Through (BT vs. The Doors Remix) Yes
Bullet for My Valentine Hand of Blood Yes
The Chemical Brothers The Big Jump No
CKY As the Tables Turn No
Comeback Kid Wake the Dead No
The Dead 60's Riot Radio No
Dogs Tuned to a Different Station No
Emanuel The Hey Man! Yes
Fall Out Boy Dance Dance Yes
Finch Ink Yes
Funeral for a Friend All the Rage Yes
Goldfinger I Want No
Infusion Better World (Adam Freeland Remix) No
Junkie XL Today No
LCD Soundsystem Daft Punk Is Playing at My House (Soulwax Shibuya Remix) Yes
Maxïmo Park Apply Some Pressure Yes
Mindless Self Indulgence Straight to Video (KMFDM Remix) Yes
Morningwood Nü Rock No
MxPx Heard That Sound No
Nine Black Alps Shot Down Yes
Ok Go Do What You Want No
The Outline Shotgun Yes
Pennywise Stand Up Yes
The Starting Line The World No
Thrice Lullaby No
Timo Maas First Day (General Midi Remix) Yes
Tsar Band-Girls-Money Yes
Unwritten Law F.I.G.H.T Yes
We Are Scientists The Great Escape Yes
Yellowcard Lights and Sounds No

Notes Edit

  • Those who bought an Xbox 360 Pro package between February 2006 to November 2007 would find the entire soundtrack available in the console's bundled 20GB Hard Drive.
  • The song by Avenged Sevenfold "Beast and The Harlot" is simply called "Beast..." in the game, as the word "harlot" is consindered a profanity word. However, you can still hear said word when the song plays.
  • The song "Lullaby" by Thrice has its album labeled "Vheissu" in-game, despite the song not appearing on their album. It was instead released on the compilation ablum "Hopelessly Devoted to You Vol. 6" by Hopeless Records.