This is the official soundtrack of the 2012 Isle of Man TT fuelled by Monster Energy, with proceeds from sales supporting the Soundcheck youth project in the Isle of Man.
The track, Limitless, was written and is performed by 18-year-old Jenny Smith, from Douglas, and her bandmates in Full Moon Fallout 14-year-old Georgia Cooper and her father Paul, who all use the Soundcheck facilities.
“I’m a massive fan of the TT races and wanted to write a song that reflected the event from the riders’ point of view. It is a tribute to the TT riders and was written to try and capture the movement, speed and excitement that comes with road racing.”
Isle of Man Tourism Political Member Geoff Corkish added:
“The record really is of exceptional quality and is a great tribute to the young talent that exists on the Isle of Man as well as capturing the thrill of the TT races. I would encourage everyone to buy a copy to support this great project.”
Soundcheck Youth Project Worker Paul Cooper added:
“We are delighted to have received the backing of the TT organisations, Sure and the Isle of Man Government and hope that the interest that the event generates worldwide will help us to raise money to help us to fund our work.”
Soundcheck provides local musicians over the age of 13 with a place to meet up, organise gigs, make recordings and videos and offers practice facilities. The Isle of Man Government Department of Education and Children-run project, that operates out of the Douglas Youth Arts Centre and Castletown and Peel Youth Clubs, will use all proceeds of sales through official TT channels to generate funds to support further activity, including the opening a facility in Ramsey.
Official TT Mobile, Broadband and Sidecar sponsor Sure has also supported the project by paying for the cost of the track to be produced on CD.