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Stan Bush wants to put his 'touch' on next Transformers

9:00 AM on 09.09.2010 // Nick Chester

Musician Stan Bush and Transformers are inseparable. Arguably Bush's brightest time in the spotlight was when his tracks "The Touch" and "Dare" appeared in the 1986 animated film, Transformers: The Movie.

His legend has never died, either. He re-recorded "The Touch" which was used as a free downloadable track for Guitar Hero: World Tour, and his song "Till All Are One" appeared in High Moon's Transformers: War for Cybertron. But he's not done, as he tells Playswitch that he's working on a song for the next Transformers game.

"I am working on a song to submit for the next Transformers game that's coming out next summer," he says. "It's nothing for sure, obviously, but I'm working for something in the studio."

Not sure what "it's nothing for sure" means. Because if he's recording it, then it's something. I suppose whether or not Activision will green-light the use of the song is another story. A new Transformers game hasn't been announced, but with Transformers 3 currently in production (and set for a summer 2011 release), a movie-to-game adaptation seems like a fair bet.

Playswitch Podcast: Emmy-Award Winning Musician and Transformers Legend Stan Bush [Playswitch]




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