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Grand Theft Auto V Soundtrack Compilation Hits iTunes, Several Pedestrians, And A Street Lamp

Posted on Tuesday, September 24 @ 14:00:00 Eastern by

Rockstar Games announced today that The Music of Grand Theft Auto V, a special digital compilation of tracks in three volumes, is now available on iTunes for $9.99 per volume or $24.99 for the complete set.

The first volume rounds-up 18 tracks of original music created by popular artists for Grand Theft Auto V. You'll recognize these tracks from in-game radio stations, the opening credits, and even the game's Official Trailer. The second volume contains GTA V's original score composed by Tangerine Dream, Woody Jackson, and hip-hop producers The Alchemist and Oh No. In the game, this music reacts to how you're progressing through the campaign missions, but it sounds excellent as standalone tracks as well.

The final volume isn't exactly an 8-CD set of all music from every radio station in the game, even though that might be exactly what you want, but Volume 3 does round up tracks from each of the game's radio stations to compliment the score and original music.

You can hit iTunes here to buy now or head to www.rockstargames.com/V/music to hear snippets from each of the game's radio stations to get a feel of the selection on hand. Our Grand Theft Auto V review is right here (dynamic map-whooshing zoom-in zoom-out not required on GameRevolution.com).

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