Transformers Inspired Album Set for Release by Hasbro Studios and Sony Music Entertainment!


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Break out and shout! The first-ever official album of songs inspired by Transformers is due out soon, thanks to a partnership between Hasbro Studios and Sony Music.

The album, titled Transformers Roll Out will be available via iTunes on April 15th, as well as on limited-edition CD and vinyl formats. If you can’t wait, two tracks featured on the album are already available via iTunes.


Transformers Roll Out heralds the global pop-culture Transformers phenomenon, featuring a collection of hit original songs inspired by the Hasbro Transformers franchise from leading established and up-and-coming alternative, rock and alt-pop artists, morphing together to create an epic portfolio of hard-hitting tunes that truly embodies the soul of the Hasbro Transformers brand. The album will include tracks from chart topping rock band ‘Bush’ and front man Gavin Rossdale, lending powerhouse vocals in “This House is on Fire” and will also feature up-and-coming alt-rock group Mount Holly on the album’s lead title track “Roll Out.” Transformers Roll Out is being released on Sony Music’s RED Associated labels and is available for digital pre-order on Feb 9th at iTunes.

Artists contributing to Transformers Roll Out (with track titles) include:

Mount Holly (“Roll Out”)

Bush (“This House is on Fire”)

Crash Kings (“Gigantik”)

MEW (“Count to Ten”)

]Elle Rae (“Into the Fire”)

SPURS (“Exiled”)

Jameson Burt (“Just a Spark”)

Ours (“Stronger”)

Darby™ (“Modern Man”)

Born Cages (“Our Revolution”)

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Chris Patrick (Random Items) is a fan of all things vintage and retro, with a particular fondness for 1980s robots, classic video games, and anything that blends those two things.

Chris joined the Allspark community in 2002 and has been a member of the News and Content team since 2014.

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