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Three-volume GTA V soundtrack breaks into iTunes

Earnest Cavalli, @joystiq
September 24, 2013
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The phenomenally diverse soundtrack from Grand Theft Auto V has made the jump to iTunes, for all of your real-world heist planning needs.

The three-volume set currently available on Apple's digital music service is an abridged version of the GTA V soundtrack which includes a total of 59 tracks. The first and third volumes consist of selections from the game's radio stations, while the second features the game's score composed by Tangerine Dream.

Each of the songs can be purchased individually for 99 cents, but the best bargain to be had is for those who purchase the entire collection at once. All three volumes will set you back $25 - less than half the price of purchasing all this music piecemeal.





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