There’s a lot of music in Grand Theft Auto V that has nothing to do with the game’s radio stations, and now you can hear it all in a single place. Rockstar Games released “The Music of Grand Theft Auto V” as a three-volume collection, available now on both iTunes and Spotify (for the most part; see below). For those that want to buy a digital copy, it’s $9.99 for an individual volume or $24.99 for all three together.
The first volume – titled “Original Music” – is a collection of track from an assortment of artists, all of whom debuted brand new recordings in GTA V. The second volume, “The Score,” is an album-length mix of the game’s dynamic score, which features contributions from Woody Jackson, Tangerine Dream, and Alchemist & Ohno. All of these tracks are mixed together by DJ Shadow, as Rockstar recently revealed. The third volume, “The Soundtrack,” is the only one that isn’t available on Spotify; it’s a selection of cuts pulled from the game’s various radio stations.
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