Electronic Arts has begun selling music from its games through Apple's iTunes Store.
The music also appears on the company's own website, with links to the music downloads through iTunes.
Everything that can be heard in an EA game – including exclusive mixes, non-album cuts and previously unavailable international tracks – is being made available, including Snoop Dogg's version of The Doors’ 'Riders on the Storm'.
Other artists with tracks available include Metro Riots, Wolfmother, Ladytron, Goldfrapp, Tiga, Pharrell and Lady Sovereign.
The songs are available in north America today and will be available "soon" throughout Europe, the company said.
EA will continue to add songs, scores, themes, beats and ringtones from EA game franchises past and present, including NBA LIVE, FIFA Soccer, Command & Conquer, Medal of Honor, NASCAR, SSX, Battlefield and more.
“As our culture goes increasingly mobile, music fans have demanded to take our game music with them. They have been looking for a singular destination that houses all of EA’s music – and this is it,” said Steve Schnur, worldwide executive of music and marketing at EA. “Our game soundtracks have now officially transcended their consoles."