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If you've been cruising the streets of Los Santos enjoying the soundtrack and score of Grand Theft Auto V, you don't have to put together your own playlist. You can purchase a three-album set right now on iTunes.
Each playlist covers a different aspect of GTA V's music. The first album is 18 tracks of original music, including "Sleepwalking" by The Chain Gang of 1974. This track was featured in the game's trailer.
The second is the score. These 22 tracks were composed by Tangerine Dream, Woody Jackson, The Alchemist & Oh No, and DJ Shadow.
The final album is a sampling of 19 tracks heard in-game. You can see the entire list below.
You can pick these up a la carte for $9.99 each on iTunes or purchase the set for a discounted rate of $24.99.
Our TakeWhile this isn't as complete as the fantastic Vice City seven-disc set, it is a nice blend of source music, score, and songs inspired by GTA V. The price is right, and the discount is generous. Rockstar knows their stuff when it comes to music selection, and even if you only have a passing interest in the game, the soundtrack is worth a listen.
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Grand Theft Auto V interesting car music.
I listen to the talk radio. Those people say funny things. Maybe I should listen to the music.
that is not all. there are way more songs than this. i want the whole thing.
The original music and score are phenomenal, and even though I hardly ever listen to rap ordinarily I love the soundtrack. The music is so much of how Rockstar realizes its world in my opinion.
Thanks! Just downloaded it
That's a pretty good deal, but I can't be arsed to get an itunes account. I hope it comes to Amazon.
The first two albums are also on Spotify.
GTA V had a awesome soundtrack.
I'm glad this is out, but this time around, the music's been my least favorite part of the game. In III, I loved that, with the exception of Flashback's cuts from Scarface, Rockstar made its own music for its game - and it was awesome.