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Post by Eorl @ 12:43pm 12/04/13 | 6 Comments
Rockstar has taken up the challenge to offer players a compilation of what could only be considered the easiest way to take a trip down nostalgia lane, with the reveal of several Grand Theft Auto radio playlists for Spotify and iTunes. From Grand Theft Auto IV through to Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, each of the radio station playlists are compromised of all currently available songs, however some are sadly unavailable yet.
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.
While some of my more memorable moments in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City consisted of me cruising down the highway on a moped listening to Out of Touch by Hall and Oates, Rockstar has also compiled some of those nostalgic advertisements heard throughout the games at The Advertising Council so be sure to hit them up for the complete rose-coloured glasses look.

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Latest Comments
Posted 04:08pm 12/4/13
Been listening to this all day on spotify. Love it.
Posted 04:11pm 12/4/13
which is you fav?
Posted 05:54pm 12/4/13
Flash FM for me, just seemed to fit the most for Vice City, though V-Rock comes in a good second. I don't actually remember much of San Andreas' soundtrack, which kind of makes me want to play it again.
Posted 10:54pm 12/4/13
bit expensive
Posted 10:56pm 12/4/13
not if you have spotify?
Posted 11:48am 13/4/13
Yeh but I have to pay for premium on spotify to get them on my ipod do I not?
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