Vice City Stories Soundtrack Now On iTunes

By Chris | 13th Apr 2007 at 13:30 GMT in Vice City Stories | 11 Comments

After a long spell of exclusivity on, Rockstar have finally released the soundtrack to Vice City Stories on iTunes. The announcement came in the R* Broadcast last night.

In honor of the recent PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system release of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, all eight music stations from the game's radio dial are now represented on iTunes via the Vice City Stories iMix Collection.

Visit the Music section at for more information

If you don't live in the US, iTunes will prompt you to change your store to the US version when you click on one of the links to the iMixes. Songs are priced at the usual {post}.99, while the 'albums' seem to be between and each depending on number of songs.

Link: Official Vice City Stories Website

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Jared 13th April, 2007 @ 13:49 - Permalink

Read about this earlier in their Broadcast, interesting, definitely worth the money.

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Dazza 13th April, 2007 @ 14:04 - Permalink

Teah, if i had the money to buy it, but i dont...

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The Bossman 14th April, 2007 @ 13:24 - Permalink

So, if you're on the english iTunes store, you can't buy them? I'll have a look right now.

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Red_91 14th April, 2007 @ 13:37 - Permalink

The soundtrack was OK but it was still not better than Vice City's soundtrack, I think I will not buy it.

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Jared 14th April, 2007 @ 14:16 - Permalink

I think they both had there good and bad songs, to be honest a bundle pack of both would be well worth 40+ dollars.

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The Bossman 14th April, 2007 @ 14:23 - Permalink

I went through the soundtrack and picked out quite a few songs I liked. There are a few songs that match Vice Citys songs, for example heart of glass by Blondie, Relax by Frankie goes to Hollywood, Blue Monday by New Order, I can feel it in the air tonight by Phil Collins and I wanna know what love is by Foreigner, so the soundtrack isn't that bad. I haven't even mentioned the V-Rock songs either, which has some great tunes as well.

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Chris 14th April, 2007 @ 14:25 - Permalink
So, if you're on the english iTunes store, you can't buy them? I'll have a look right now.

I live in the UK so obviously have my store set to UK. When I clicked the links from the R* website it opened up iTunes and said the songs weren't available on the UK store, so would I like to change to the US store. I clicked yes, and from there I was able to buy songs - I didn't actually buy any though, but I assume you are able to. It's the credit card companies that handle currency conversions, not Apple, so there's no problem there.

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Jared 14th April, 2007 @ 14:27 - Permalink

If theirs only certain ones you like you'd be better off taking there names and trying to buy them online somewhere, amazon or something. Single, or just try the pay to download sites, like bigpond music and such.

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Nate10 14th April, 2007 @ 18:57 - Permalink

There were some great songs and some bad ones but I already have it on my phone so what the heck I won't buy em'.

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Dark Lord 16th April, 2007 @ 06:15 - Permalink

I loved Foreigner's I Want To Know What Love Is!

Nice one!

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Rashon. 16th April, 2007 @ 12:08 - Permalink

There were a lot of excellent songs but I prefer listening to them on PSP.

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