The Music Of Grand Theft Auto V

 Hardcore Grand Theft Auto fans you are gonna want to check this out! Rockstar gives us the skinny on their remastered Grand Theft Auto V sound track that will be available soon. This is a must to all those die hard Grand Theft Auto fans!

Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, we will be releasing limited edition collections of the game’s star-studded soundtrack on both CD and Vinyl, in collaboration with Mass Appeal Records.

The Music of Grand Theft Auto V’ limited edition collections include 59 tracks with original music from A$AP Rocky, Tyler, The Creator, Twin Shadow, Wavves, Flying Lotus, Yeasayer and more. In addition, these limited editions will feature the original score composed by Tangerine Dream, Woody Jackson, The Alchemist + Oh No, mixed by DJ Shadow, along with DJs returning to add new radio content to their respective stations include Danny McBride (Duane Earl of Blaine County Talk Radio) and JB Smoove, (Dr. Ray De Angelo Harris of Chakra Attack), as well as DJ mixes and additional commentary from returning DJ’s including: Big Boy (Radio Los Santos) DJ Pooh (West Coast Classics) Nathan and Stephen of WAVVES (Vinewood Boulevard Radio) DJ George (Twin Shadow) (Radio Mirror Park) Kenny Loggins (Los Santos Rock Radio) Cara Delevigne (Non-Stop Pop FM) featured in Grand Theft Auto V. Limited to a production run of under 5,000 units worldwide, these limited editions will be available from December 9 at top online and physical record stores.

The vinyl collection will feature a total of six vinyl records, a full color booklet and an exclusive lithograph poster in a classic box-set. The CD collection includes three discs along with a branded Grand Theft Auto V gold brick-shaped USB Drive, artwork and poster all sealed in a special die-cut package.

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