Robbie Williams (Performer/Writer), Guy Chambers (Writer/Producer), Steve Power (Producer), Published by EMI Virgin Music Ltd. and BMG Music Publishing UK, Robbie Williams appears courtesy of Chrysalis Records Limited, The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Chrysalis Records Limited, (P) 1999 Chrysalis Records Limited
Performed by Lunatic Calm, Howard Saunders (Writer), Simon Shackleton (Writer), (C) 1997 MCA Music Ltd., All rights for the United States and Canada controlled and administered by Universal-MCA Music Publishing, a division of Universal Studios Inc., International Copyright Secured., Courtesy of Universal Music UK Ltd., Under license from Universal Music Special Markets, All Rights Reserved, Used by Permission
"All About Beats (DJ Scissorkicks Remix)"
Performed by Junior Blanks, Anthony Chapman (Writer/Producer), James Burke (Writer/Producer), Jonathan Dawe (Writer/Producer), (C) 1998 Chrysalis Music [ASCAP], Recording Courtesy of City of Angels
"Call It Brisco (And Why Not?)"
Performed by Elite Force, Produced by Elite Force, J. Weeks (Writer), Copyright Control, Originally released on Fused and Bruised Recordings Limited., Recording Courtesy of Fused and Bruised Recordings Limited, Blues Interactions Inc., Play It Again Sam and Derailed
Performed by Sniper, Richard Belgrave (Writer), Darren Black (Writer), Nick Karmen (Writer), Published by Producer Srtist Management [ASCAP], All Rights for the world on behalf of Producer Artist Management controlled by Musik-Edition Discoton GmbH [GEMA], All rights for Canada on behalf of Musik-Edition Discoton GmbH administered by BMG Music Publishing Canada Inc. [SOCAN], (P) 1998 Bullion Records
Performed by Reel Big Fish, Aaron Barrett (Writer), Scott Klopfenstein (Writer), (C) Mojoland and Piss-Off Publishing, All rights controlled and administered by Universal-MCA Music Publishing, a division of Universal Studios Inc., International Copyright Secured, Courtesy of Mojo Records J.V., Under License from Universal Music Special Markets, All Rights Reserved, Used with Permission
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In the German gaming magazine PC Player (issue 01/2000) FIFA 2000: Major League Soccer was named as "Best Sports Game in 1999". Add
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To close the licensing deal of the title track (It's Only Us), Robbie Williams allegedly demanded EA to include Port Vale in the game. Port Vale, then in Division Two (third tier of professional football in England) is Williams' (who is also known as a big fan of the sport) childhood team and investor since February 2006, was included in the "rest of the world" league.
Robbie Williams himself was included as a player in one of the secret teams, as well as being featured on the game introduction and back cover, and his previous albums (Life Thru A Lens and I've Been Expecting You) were advertised in the last page of the manual. Add
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Following the potential lawsuit Electronic Arts faced because of the unauthorized usage of the Portuguese league in FIFA 99, FIFA 2000 lacks any reference to Portuguese teams - not even the national team. As the game still had a localized box (this time, featuring Simão Sabrosa of Barcelona) and fearing the removal of local teams would harm sales, the box has a caption going "learn inside how to build the Portuguese championship", which in turn aren't more than instructions to the in-game editor. Add
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Try this: In the Options menu click on the arrows that are next to Game Play. Type "dizzy" and press ENTER. Say "yes" to Ufos. Press forward and save. Start the match. Players will be abducted by aliens! Add