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Free Street Fighter hip-hop on PSN

Full album to listen Fei-Long to.

Capcom has decided to offer everybody the Street Fighter Underground Remix album for free.

This is to celebrate the release of SSFII Turbo HD Remix, although this won't appear on the European PlayStation store until, well, hopefully next week - Capcom hasn't said.

Oh, and by "everybody", we mean those with a PS3 - there's no sign of the album on Xbox Live Marketplace. That, or we're simply blind.

But pop on to the US PlayStation Store and the hip-hop album is yours to enjoy, and boasts the likes of the Hieroglyphics Crew, Redman, Zion I and DJ Qbert, says Kotaku.

There's a MySpace page for the Street Fighter Underground Remix that has some samples to listen to.

Our review of Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix will be with you very soon.

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