- Audio CD (October 29, 2002)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Soundtrack
- Label: Sony
- ASIN: B00006SM7C
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #163,559 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Vol. 1 - V-Rock Soundtrack
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Since amazon doesn't have the track listing so here ya go:
01. DJ Lazlow Intro
02. Judas Priest - You've Got Another Thing Comin'
03. Motley Crue - Too Young to Fall in Love
04. Megadeth - Peace Sells
05. Rockstar's Love Fist - Dangerous Bastard
06. Autograph - Turn Up The Radio
07. DJ Lazlow Halftime
08. Twisted Sister - I Wanna Rock
09. Ozzy Osbourne - Bark At The Moon
10. Anthrax - Madhouse
11. Iron Maiden - 2 Minutes To Midnight
12. Slayer - Raining Blood
13. Tesla - Cumin Atcha Live
14. David Lee Roth - Yankee Rose
15. DJ Lazlow Outro
16. Exlplower (Commercial Skit)
17. Thor (Commercial Skit)
1. Lazlow(Intro)- 4/5 = Funny intro, you'll probably only listen to it once.
2. Judas Priest/You've Got Another Thing Comin'- 5/5 = This CD is like a Sampler of different metal. This is a great British metal song.
3. Motley Crue/Too Young to Fall in Love - 5/5 = This isn't my favorite Crue song, but its a classic.
4. Megadeth/Peace Sells - 5/5 = This is the first thrash metal song on the album. It's awesome. Mustaine has some serious pipes!
5. Lovefist/Dangerous Bastard - 3.5/5 = Not my favorite but pretty funny.
6. Autograph/Turn Up the Radio - 3/5 = I say this like a 80s pop rock song. It's just not heavy enough for me.
7. DJ Lazlow Halftime - 3/5 = Funny, but once again I'll only listen to it once.
8. Twisted Sister/I wanna Rock - 4/5 = Not heavy, but suprisingly i like it. I love the Chorus. "I wanna Rock! Rock!"
9. Ozzy Osbourne/Bark at the Moon - 5/5 = One of my favorite Ozzy Songs without Sabbath.
10. Anthrax/Madhouse - 5/5 = This is my kind of metal! Heavy and the lyrics make sense. Its for anyone whos ever felt insane!
11. Iron Maiden/2 Minutes to Midnight - 5/5 = Pretty heavy and the lyrics are worth listening to.
12. Slayer/Raining Blood - 5/5 = One of the best songs on the album. This is serious thrash metal. Once you have a liking for this you can call yourself a metalhead!
13. Tesla/Cumin' Atcha Live! - 4.5/5 = I love the song, but for some reason I dont have the urge to listen to it again.
14. David Lee Roth/Yankee Rose - 5/5 = Pretty pop rock, but i love it! It's a good relaxing song to end it off.
15. Lazlow/Outro - 5/5 = A good outro to a good album.
I would say to buy this album, the songs you really like get the album the song is off of.
The Cult, "She Sells Sanctuary"
Loverboy, "Everybody's Working for the Weekend"
Quiet Riot, "Cum on, Feel the Noize"
In my opinion they should've put those three songs in and dispensed with Lovefist's song since it's not authentic eighties music, anyway, as well as Slayer's and Autograph's, which aren't bad tunes but are, in my opinion, inferior to the three songs I named above.
So that's why I gave this album four stars instead of five. Except for that gripe, I have nothing but praise for this CD. Ozzy's "Bark at the Moon" is probably my favorite song, with Judas Priest's "You've Got Another Thing Coming" and Iron Maiden's "2 Minutes to Midnight" in close second.
Lazlow, even before he had his own chat show, was one cool d00d. "I flunked school cuz I'm hardcore," he says, as he plays his tunes and argues with the occasional caller. I don't know exactly which parts of his performance make it onto the CD, but it's all funny stuff, you can't lose.
The two parody commercials included are pretty amusing, too. 'Exploder' is a movie that satirizes action films, and Thor, well, he's everyone favorite Norse god, and he's come down from Valhalla to give advice to the people of earth. He actually makes a guest appearance on the game's chat station, it's too bad they didn't make a CD for that.
So. Yeah. Awesome tunes, a cool DJ, and a couple funny spoof commercials. I'll take this CD over the real radio any day. Rock on!
I bought it here in Spain and the tracklist is a bit different. My disc has 19 songs, although there are 3 songs missing from the game: The Cult "She sells sanctuary", Alcatrazz "God bless video" and Rockstar's Lovefist "Fist fury".
The tracks in my disc are:
1 DJ LAZLOW
2 JUDAS PRIEST You've got another thing comin
3 MOTLEY CRUE Too young to fall in love
4 MEGADETH Peace Sells
5 ROCKSTAR LOVEFIST Dangerous Bastard
6 AUTOGRAPH Turn up the radio
7 DJ LAZLOW
8 TWISTED SISTER I wanna rock
9 OZZY OSBOURNE Bark at the moon
10 ANTHRAX Madhouse
11 IRON MAIDEN 2 Minutes to midnight
12 SLAYER Raining blood
13 TESLA Cumin' atcha live
14 DAVID LEE ROTH Yankee rose
15 LOVERBOY Working for the weekend
16 QUIET RIOT Cum on feel the noize
17 DJ LAZLOW
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great CD. There may be songs missing form the game, but overall its a great rockin mix cd. The back of the case was cracked, but it still gets 5 stars from me.Published on November 24, 2012 by keith v
This is one of the best rock albums out there. I first heard these tracks when I played Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and have been hooked ever since. Read morePublished on September 3, 2010 by Dave Zoltun
I can't think of a better introduction to the hard rock and heavy metal of the '80s than the "V-Rock" OST! Read morePublished on December 14, 2008 by D. Joseph Ammel
The music is good. This V-Rock radio station is not as good as the V-Rock in GTA: Vice City Stories, which was set in an earlier time and has Cousin Eddie and "intern" Lazlow. Read morePublished on December 22, 2007 by nobody you know
Had they not left off God Bless Video by Alcatrazz. I love that song and I loved cruising around listening to it on the game. Read morePublished on November 11, 2007 by Paul Frehley
I find GTA: VC's soundtrack to be my favorite because it is set back in the 80's when rock n' roll and heavy metal is what it was all about. Read morePublished on December 27, 2006 by Justin Sanders