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‘Sonic Adventure’ Band Crush 40 Could Soundtrack Third Sonic Movie

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‘Sonic Adventure’ Band Crush 40 Could Soundtrack Third Sonic Movie

If you didn’t know, Sonic The Hedgehog 2 recently became the most successful video game adaptation of all time, and deservedly so.


Admittedly, video game adaptations are known for being disastrous so Sonic The Hedgehog 2 didn’t have a ton of competition, but it’s a solid achievement regardless. As such, it’ll come as no surprise that a third Sonic movie is on the way and we recently learnt that Sonic Adventure band Crush 40 would be open to soundtracking the film.

If you missed it, check out our interview with Jim Carrey who portrayed Dr. Robotnik in Sonic The Hedgehog 2.



Sonic Adventure debuted on SEGA’s Dreamcast back in 1998 and if you haven’t yet experienced this legendary little platformer, you definitely should. For one, the soundtrack is banging. ‘Open Your Heart’ didn’t need to slap that hard but that’s down to the genius of Johnny Gioeli and Jun Senoue.

We recently caught up with Crush 40 to talk all things Sonic, and it turns out that the duo are 100 percent down to soundtrack a third Sonic film should the opportunity present itself.

“Absolutely one million percent yes. I reached out to them, we had some conversations,” Gioeli told us. “I’m gonna be ready for that, I’ll just put it to you that way. We want to write a bunch of songs, but of course we still have our nostalgic stuff. This means we want to write a bunch of songs, of course we have our nostalgic stuff but we also want to bring some fresh new stuff, should that happen for Sonic 3.”


It sounds like Crush 40 are open to both writing new music and bringing their older stuff back to the table. Hear me out, ‘Live and Learn’ playing during the climax of a third Sonic film … cinematic perfection, chef’s kiss.

Featured Image Credit: Paramount Pictures Studios, SEGA

Topics: Sonic, TV And Film, Retro Gaming

Kate Harrold
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