Schönes Ding von Rockstar Games, die als Promo für GTA5 Playlisten aller Radiosender aus den Vorgängergames für Spotisfy und iTunes rausgehauen haben. Die sind wegen Rechtebullshit zwar leider unvollständig, trotzdem schicke Sache.
As a service for all GTA fans on Spotify as well as for those who’d like to easily browse and find their favorite tracks from Grand Theft Auto radio history on iTunes, we’ve gone ahead and compiled the official set of playlists below, with tracks from all the music stations featured in Grand Theft Auto IV, Episodes from Liberty City, San Andreas, Vice City and more.
Please note that this is all the music from these stations that's currently available on each service – some songs don’t yet exist on either Spotify or iTunes, but we’re hoping to be able to add the original songs within our control where possible soon.
The music of the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas soundtrack spans the entire FM radio dial of the West Coast during a particularly influential period in American music and culture. From Willie Nelson to Public Enemy, Rick James to Humble Pie, Soundgarden to James Brown, En Vogue to Black Uhuru...
The first entry in the Grand Theft Auto series to mix licensed music tracks with original ones created specifically for the game, Grand Theft Auto III's soundtrack is the perfect complement to the dark and seedy underworld of Liberty City - rock out to Salvatore Leone's favorite arias from Double Cleff FM, Toni's glory daze tunes from Flashback 95.6 and more.
In addition to including popular mainstays like Double Cleff FM, Head Radio and Lips 106, this 1998 incarnation of the Liberty City radio dial also features the world music stylings of Radio Del Mundo as well as DJ Clue's The Liberty Jam.
While not stations in the traditional sense with hosts and commercials like the above entries in the series, we'd be remiss if we didn't include the available selections from the instrumentally infused soundtrack for Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.