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Discussion in 'General Gaming' started by Wes, Apr 30, 2008.
What's the soundtrack for this game?
Try google. It always helps.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Thef ... soundtrack
(also, last few pages of the instruction manual... )
Close this one please.
nice choices on the jazz section! Could use some oscar peterson trio, but otherwise A*.
Whoa, since when did you become so arrogant? What's wrong about having a disscussion about the GTA4 soundtrack?
The soundtrack is pretty good, but I think I liked San Andreas's a little better.
I'm sorry, I missed the part where you wanted to have a discussion about the soundtrack instead of just asking "what's the soundtrack for this game".
Please, carry on your discussion.
Anybody else notice the song from the scene in Silence of the Lambs where Buffalo Bill is tucking his package between his legs and dressing up like a woman? I heard it in the bowling alley, and Liberty Rock plays it as well.
Blah, San Andreas soundtrack was much better.
One cool thing they added is ZiT. If you haven't heard it yet, dial 948-555-0100 and Lazlow will tell you the track name and artist of whatever music you can hear.
Speaking of Lazlow, I think it is funny that he has his own station of him trying to do a radio show. But I usually listen to the talk radio shows more than the other ones because they make me laugh.
The entire reggae station is bob marley basically....
You say that like its a bad thing. I don't really mind the soundtrack for #4.
You know Lazlow is a real life radio host... right?
Yeah, but that is on XM, not in Liberty City. Big difference.
All of the other GTAs have featured songs that I know really well; GTA IV has lots of songs I've never heard before, which I really like.
Thanks Longo (damn that makes me feel dirty) for that ZiT phone number, I'd totally forgotten about it.
GTA 3 featured a lot of songs that I didn't know at all. With the lack of songs that I'm familiar with, I think I'll give the talk radio more of a listen.
You heard me.
I like that I don't know very many of the songs. More chance of discovery and less a chance of getting tired of the same songs really quickly.
Not sure if this counts as under soundtrack, but the main theme song blows my mind. It's not a video game theme, it's a major epic film theme. I love it, I don't mind waiting for the game to load up when I turn it on as it seems to be one of the only times you get to hear it outside the intro cutscene and for these few seconds when you complete a mission.