SLAYER, ROB ZOMBIE, STATIC-X Line Up To Contribute To NASCAR's "Crank It Up" Compilation

April 5, 2002

The upcoming NASCAR-sponsored compilation, entitled Crank It Up, will be released through MCA Records on May 21st, and it will include the following tracks, among others:

01. SLAYER - "Born To Be Wild" (STEPPENWOLF)
02. STATIC-X - "Speedway" (ELVIS PRESLEY)
03. NONPOINT - "Circles"
05. FENIX*TX - "Get Out Of My Dreams (Get Into My Car)" (BILLY OCEAN)
06. TANTRIC - "Cross The Line"
07. BUCKCHERRY - "On The Road Again" (WILLIE NELSON)
08. (HED)P.E. - "Crosstown Traffic"
09. GOV'T MULE - "Drivin' Rain"
10. FEAR FACTORY - "Cars" (Remix) (GARY NUMAN)

Additional cuts from ROB ZOMBIE, STAIND, SLIPKNOT and others are also expected to make an appearance.

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