Full San Andreas soundtrack details

From house to funk to country to gangsta rap, the next Grand Theft Auto's radio selection is the series' biggest yet.


One of the most fun aspects of the Grand Theft Auto games is the selection of radio stations. Besides passing time as you drive from one heinous crime to the next, they provide entertainment and atmosphere. This was definitely true in Vice City, whose Scarface-era aura was heightened by a constant stream of early-'80s hits.

Since Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is set in 1992, its radio stations are also reflective of that era--or some are, anyway. The selection of musical genres this time around is more varied than in past games. As before, there's a talk radio station (WCTR), a rock station (K-DST “The Dust"), and an R&B station. (CSR).

However, this time around there are two hip-hop stations--gangsta rap station Radio Los Santos and Playback FM, which features classic hip-hop (and whose DJ is voiced by Chuck D). Reggae is also back in the form of K-JAH West, presumably the sister station to Grand Theft Auto III's K-JAH.

Another musical-genre returnee from GTAIII is techno, in the form of SF-UR. But San Andreas also offers several new styles of music. Most impressive of these is Master Sounds, which offers a delectable selection of rare grooves (How's a drive-by to James Brown sound?). A close runner-up is Bounce FM, an all-funk station whose DJ is played by Mr. P-Funk himself, George Clinton.

San Andreas also features Radio: X, an "alternative" station sporting a mix of grunge, metal, and indie rock. In a nod to the game's newly added rural areas, there's also K-Rose, a country station. Several radio stations from previous GTAs that aren't in San Andreas are: Latin, classical, public radio, drum 'n' bass, and--oddly enough--an '80s channel. A full track listing is below:

Bounce FM
Format: Funk
DJ: “The Funktipus,” voiced by George Clinton

1. Zapp “I Can Make You Dance”
Written by Larry Troutman and Roger Troutman
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records

2. Kool & The Gang “Hollywood Swingin’”
Written by Robert E. Bell, Ronald Bell, George Brown, Robert Mickens, Clades E. Smith, Dennis R. Thomas, and Richard Westfield
Courtesy of Polygram Records

3. Ohio Players “Love Rollercoaster”
Written by Willy Beck and Leroy Bonner
Courtesy of Mercury Records

4. Rick James “Cold Blooded”
Written by Rick James
Courtesy of Motown Records

5. Maze “Twilight”
Written by Frankie Beverly
Courtesy of Capitol Records

6. Fatback “Yum Yum”
Written by Johnny King
Courtesy of Ace Records

7.The Isley Brothers “Between the Sheets”
Written by Ernest Isley, Marvin Isley, O. Kelly Isley, Rudolph Berard Isley, and Christopher H. Jasper
Courtesy of Columbia Records

8. Ronnie Hudson “West Coast Poplock”
Written by Larry Troutman, Roger Troutman, Mikel Hooks,and Ronald Goss Hudson
Courtesy of JDC Records

9. Lakeside “Fantastic Voyage”
Written by Fred Alexander Jr., Normal Beavers, Craig Marvin, Frederick Lewis, Le’mart McCain Tiemeyer, Oliver Shelby Thomas, Stephen Preston Shockley, Otis Stokes, and Mark Adam Wood Jr.
Courtesy of Solar Records, Sanctuary Records, Capitol Records, and Unidisc Records

10. George Clinton “Loopzilla”
Written by George Clinton
Courtesy of Capitol Records

11. Dazz Band “Let It Whip”
Written by Leon Chancler and Reggie Andrews
Courtesy of Motown Records

12. Cameo “Candy”
Written by Lawrence Black and Thomas Jenkins
Courtesy of Mercury Records

13. Ohio Players “Funky Worm”
Written by Willie Beck and Leroy Bonner
Courtesy of Mercury Records

14. MFSB “Love Is the Message”
Written by Gamble and Huff
Courtesy of Warner Tamerlane and Sony

15. Johnny Harris “Odyssey”
Written by John Harris
Courtesy of Rhino Records

16. Roy Ayers “Running Away”
Written by Roy Ayers and Edwin Birdsong
Courtesy of Polydor

17. The Gap Band “You Dropped a Bomb on Me”
Written by Lonni Simmons, Rudolph Taylor, andCharles Wilson
Courtesy of Mercury Records

Radio Los Santos
Format: Contemporary Hip-Hop
DJ: Julio G as himself

1. Too Short “The Ghetto”
Written by Alfred Eaton, Donny Hathaway, Lee Hutson, Sr., and Todd Anthony Shaw
Courtesy of Jive Records

2. 2 Pac “I Don’t Give a F***”
Written by Tupac Shakur and Ramon Russel Gooden
Courtesy of Interscope Records

3. Compton’s Most Wanted “Hood Took Me Under”
Written by Michael Bryant
Courtesy of Epic Records

4. Dr. Dre “Nuthin’ But a “G” Thang”
Written by Otha Leon Haywood, Frederick Douglas Knight, and Calvin Broadus
Courtesy of Death Row Records

5. Dr. Dre “F*** Wit Dre Day”
Written by Andre Young, Calvin Broadus, and Colin Fitzroy Wolfe
Courtesy of Death Row Records

6. Dr. Dre “Deep Cover”
Written by Calvin Broadus, Colin Wolfe, and Andre Young
Courtesy of Death Row Records

7.Kid Frost “La Raza”
Written by Antonio Gonzalez, Arturo R. Molina Jr., and Gerald S. Wilson
Courtesy of Capitol Records

8. Cypress Hill “How I Could Just Kill a Man”
Written by Louis Freeze, Lowell Fulson, Jimmy MacCracklin, and Larry Muggerud
Courtesy of Columbia Records

9. The D.O.C. “It’s Funky Enough”
Written by Tracy Lynn Curry and Leon F. Sylvers
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Group

10. NWA “Alwayz Into Somethin’”
Written by Tracy Lynn Curry, Lorenzo Jerald Patterson, Burke J. Reeves, and Andre Romell Young
Courtesy of Priority Records

11. NWA “Express Yourself”
Written by Jackson Wright
Courtesy of Priority Records

12. Ice Cube “It Was a Good Day”
Written by Albert Willie Goodman, Ice Cube, Marvin Isley, O. Kelly Isley, Ronald Isley, Rudolph Isley, Christopher Jasper, Harry Milton, and Sylvia Robinson
Courtesy of Priority Records

13. Ice Cube “Check Yo Self (The Message Remix)”
Written by Ice Cube/Oshea Jackson, Larry Muggerad, Clifton Nathaniel, Edward Fletcher, and Melvin Glover Robinson
Courtesy of Courtesy of Priority Records

14. Eazy-E “Eazy-Er Said Than Dunn”
Written by Eddie Floyd, Bonnie Rice, Rufus Thomas, and Andre Young
Courtesy of Priority Records

15. Above the Law “Murder Rap”
Written by Arthur Lee Goodman, Larry Darnell Goodman, Kevin Michael Gulley, Gregory Frenard Hutchison, Anthony Stewart, and Andre Romell Young
Courtesy of Capitol Priority Records

16. Da Lench Mob “Guerillas in tha Mist”
Written by George Clinton Jr., William Earl Collins, Willie Hutchinson, Ice Cube, Jesse James Stubblefield, Bernard Worrell Jr.
Courtesy of Atlantic Records Group

Playback FM
Format: Classic Hip-Hop
DJ: Forth Right MC, voiced by Chuck D

1. Kool G Rap & DJ Polo “Road to the Riches”
Written by Marlon Lu’ree Williams and Nathaniel Thomas Wilson
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records

2. Big Daddy Kane “Warm It Up Kane”
Written by Antonio M. Hardy
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records

3. Spoonie Gee “The Godfather”
Written by Gabriel M. Jackson
Courtesy of Tuff City Records

4. Masta Ace “Me & The Biz”
Written by Duval Clear and Marlon Williams
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records

5. Slick Rick “Children’s Story”
Written by Ricky Walters
Courtesy of Island Def Jam Recordings

6. Public Enemy “Rebel Without a Pause”
Written by James Henry Boxley III, Carlton Douglas Ridenhour, Normal L. Rogers, and Eric T. Sadler
Courtesy of Island Def Jam Recordings

7.Eric B. & Rakim “I Know You Got Soul”
Written by Eric Babbier, Charles A. Bobbitt, James Brown, Bobby Byrd, and William Griffith
Courtesy of Island Def Jam Recordings

8. Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock “It Takes Two”
Written by Robert Ginyard Jr. and James Brown
Courtesy of Arista Records

9. Gang Starr “B.Y.S”
Written by Keith Elam and Chris Martin
Courtesy of Capitol Records

10. Biz Markie “The Vapors”
Written by Marcel Theo Hall, Antonio M. Hardy, and Marlon Lu’ree Williams
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records

11. Brand Nubian “Brand Nubian”
Written by Anthony Best, Lorenzo DeChalus, William Brewster Dixon III, JJ Johnson, and Derek Murphy
Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment

12. Ultramagnetic MC’s “Critical Beatdown”
Written by Cedric Miller and Keith Thornton
Courtesy of Roadrunner Records

CSR 103.2
Format: Contemporary Soul Radio
DJ: Philip “PM” Michaels, voiced by Michael Bivins (the "Biv" from BellBivDevoe)

1. SWV “I’m So Into You”
Written by Brian Alexander Morgan
Courtesy of RCA Records

2. Soul II Soul “Keep on Movin”
Written by Trevor Berrisford Romeo
Courtesy of Virgin Records

3. Samuelle “So You Like What You See”
Written by Grady Samuelle Prater Jr.
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Group

4. En Vogue “My Lovin’ (Never Gonna Get It)”
Written by Denzil Delano Foster and Thomas Derrick McElroy
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Group

5. Johnny Gill “Rub You the Right Way”
Written by James Samuel Harris III and Terry Steven Lewis
Courtesy of Motown Records

6. Ralph Tresvant “Sensitivity”
Written by James Samuel Harris III and Terry Steven Lewis
Courtesy of MCA Records

7.Guy “Groove Me”
Written by Timothy William Gatling, Gene Griffin, Aaron Robin Hall, and Edward T. Riley
Courtesy of MCA Records

8. Aaron Hall “Don’t Be Afraid”
Written by James Henry Boxley, Floyd Michael Fisher, Aaron Robin Hall, and Gary J. Rinaldo
Courtesy of MCA Records

9. Boyz II Men “Motownphilly”
Written by Dallas Austin, Michael Bivins, Nathan B. Norris, and Shawn Patrick Stockman
Courtesy of Motown Records

10. Bell Biv Devoe (BBD) “Poison”
Written by Elliott T. Straite
Courtesy of MCA Records

11. Today “I Got the Feeling”
Written by Elliott T. Straite
Courtesy of Motown Records

12. Wreck-N-Effect “New Jack Swing”
Written by Thomas Sylvester Allen, Harold Ray Brown, Aqil Davidson, Morris Dewayne Dickerson, Gerald Goldstein, Gene Griffin, Le Roy Jordan, Lee Oskar Levitin, Charles Miller, Brandon Mitchell, Markell Riley, Teddy Riley, and Howard Scott
Courtesy of Motown Records

13. Bobby Brown “Don’t Be Cruel”
Written by Kenneth B. Edmonds, Antonio M. Reid, and Daryl L. Simons
Courtesy of MCA Records

Mastersounds 98.3
Format: Rare Groove
DJ: Johnny “The Love Giant” Parkinson, voiced by Ricky Harris

1. Charles Wright “Express Yourself”
Written by Charles Wright
Courtesy of Warner Bros Records

2. Maceo & the Macks “Cross the Tracks (We Better Go Back)”
Written by Joe Houston
Courtesy of Polydor Records

3. Harlem Underground Band “Smokin’ Cheeba Cheeba”
Written by Ann L. Winley and Paul C. Winley
Courtesy of Paul Winley Records

4. The Chakachas “Jungle Fever”
Written by Bill Ador
Courtesy of Polydor Records

5. Bob James “Nautilus”
Written by Robert M. James
Courtesy of Tappan Zee Records

6. Booker T & the MG’s “Green Onions”
Written by Stephen Lee Cropper, Al Jackson Jr., Booker T. Jones, and Lewie Steinberg
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording

7.The Blackbyrds “Rock Creek Park”
Written by Joseph Hall Sylvester III, Stephen Hayes Johnson, Keith Wesley Killgo, Orville Jackson Saunders II, and Kevin Kraig Toney
Courtesy of Fantasy Records

8. Bobby Byrd “Hot Pants”
Written James Brown and Fred Wesley
Courtesy of Polydor Records

9. Bobby Byrd “I Know You Got Soul”
Written by Charles A. Bobbit, James Brown, and Bobby Byrd
Courtesy of Polydor Records

10. James Brown “Funky President”
Written by James Brown
Courtesy of Polydor Records

11. James Brown “The Payback”
Written by James Brown, John Starks, and Fred Wesley
Courtesy of Polydor Records

12. Lyn Collins “Think About It’
Written by James Brown
Courtesy of Polydor Records

13. Lyn Collins “Rock Me Again and Again”
Written by Leon Austin and James Brown
Courtesy of Polydor Records

14. Maceo & The Macks “Soul Power 74”
Written by James Brown
Courtesy of Polydor Records

15. The J.B.’s “Grunt”
Written by James Brown, Phelps Catfish Collins, William Earl Collins, John W. Griggs, Clayton Isiah Gunnels, Darrell Jamison, Robert McCollough, Clyde Stubblefield, and Frank Clifford Waddy
Courtesy of Polydor Records

16. War “Low Rider”
Written by Thomas Sylvester Allen, Harold Ray Brown. Elana Cager, Lawrence Davis, Rachel Patricia De Rougement, Morris Dewayne Dickerson, Jerry Goldstein, Leroy L. Jordan, Paul Klein, Lee Oskar Levitin, Charles Miller, Howard Scott, and Joseph Louis Stone
Courtesy Avenue Music Group

17. Gloria Jones “Tainted Love”
Written by Ed Cobb
Courtesy of Motown Records

187. Sir Joe Quarterman “(I Got) So Much Trouble in My Mind”
Written by Quarterman
Courtesy of Avalanche Music

Format: Classic Rock
DJ: Tommy “The Nightmare” Smith, voiced by W. Axl Rose

1. Foghat “Slow Ride”
Written by David Peverette
Courtesy of Rhino Records

2. Creedence Clearwater Revival “Green River”
Written by John Fogerty
Courtesy of Fantasy

3. Heart “Barracuda”
Written by Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson
Courtesy of Epic Records

4. Kiss “Strutter”
Written by Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons
Courtesy of Polygram Records

5. Toto “Hold the Line”
Written by David F. Paich
Courtesy of Columbia Records

6. Rod Stewart “Young Turks”
Written by Carmine Appice Jr., Duane S. Hitchings, Kevin Stuart James Savigar, and Rod Stewart
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records

7.Tom Petty “Running Down a Dream”
Written by Michael Campbell, Jeffrey Lynn, and Thomas Earl Petty
Courtesy of MCA Records

8. Joe Cocker “Woman to Woman”
Written by John Cocker and Christopher Robert Stainton
Courtesy of A&M Records

9. Humble Pie “Get Down to It”
Written by Stephen Peter Marriott
Courtesy of A&M Records

10. Grand Funk Railroad “Some Kind of Wonderful”
Written by John Ellison
Courtesy of Capitol Records

11. Lynyrd Skynyrd “Free Bird’
Written by Allen Collins and Ronald Vanzant
Courtesy of MCA Records

12. America “A Horse With No Name”
Written by Lee Burnnell
Courtesy of Warner Bros Records

13. The Who “Eminence Front”
Written by Pete Townsend
Courtesy of MCA Records

14. Boston “Smokin’”
Written by Bradley E. Delp and Tom Scholz
Courtesy of Epic Records

15. David Bowie “Somebody up There Likes Me”
Written by David Robert Jones
Courtesy of RZO

16. Eddie Money “Two Tickets to Paradise”
Written by Edward J. Maloney
Courtesy of Columbia Records

17. Billy Idol “White Wedding”
Written by Billy Idol
Courtesy of Chrysalis Records

Format: Dub/Reggae
DJs: Marshall Peters, voiced by Lowell “Sly” Dunbar
Johnny Lawton, voiced by Robert “Robbie” Shakespeare

1. Black Harmony “Don’t Let It Go to Your Head”
Written by Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff
Courtesy of Soul Jazz Records

2. Blood Sisters “Ring my Bell”
Written by Frederick Douglas Knight
Courtesy of Soul Jazz Records

3. Shabba Ranks “Wicked Inna Bed”
Written by Cleveland Constaintine Browne, Wycliffe Johnson, and Rexton Ralston Fernando Gordon
Courtesy of VP Records

4. Buju Banton “Batty Rider”
Written by David Willard Anthony Kelly and Mark Thony Myrie
Courtesy of Mercury Records

5. Augustus Pablo “King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown”
Written by Horace Michael Swaby
Courtesy of Mango Records

6. Dennis Brown “Revolution”
Written by Dennis Emanuel Brown
Courtesy of VP Records

7.Willie William “Armagideon Time”
Written by Donat Roy Jackie Mittoo and Wilbert Keith Williams
Courtesy of Jamrec c/o Rounder and Heartbeat/Roadrunner Records

8. I Roy “Sidewalk Killer”
Written by Roy Reid
Courtesy of Roadrunner Records

9. Toots & The Maytals “Funky Kingston”
Written by Frederick Hibbert
Courtesy of Island Def Jam Recordings

10. Dillinger “Cocaine in My Brain”
Written by Bullock
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records

11. The Maytals “Pressure Drop”
Written by Frederick Hibbert
Courtesy of Mango Records

12. The Pliers “Bam Bam”
Written by Frederick Hibbert
Courtesy of Island Def Jam Recordings

13. Barrington Levy “Here I Come”
Written by Barrington Levy
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records

14. Reggie Stepper “Drum Pan Sound”
Written by Cleveland Constaintine Browne, Wycliffe Johnson, and Reggie Williamson
Courtesy of Stevie and Cleevy

15. Black Uhuru “Great Train Robbery”
Written by Delroy A. Reid
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records

16. Max Romeo & The Upsetters “Chase the Devil”
Written by Rainford Hugh Perry & Maxie Smith
Courtesy of Mango Records

Format: Country
DJ: Mary-Beth Maybell, voiced by Riette Burdick

1. Jerry Reed “Amos Moses”
Written by Jerry Hubbard
Courtesy of RCA Records

2. Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn“Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man”
Written by Becki Bluefield and Jim Owen
Courtesy of MCA Records

3. Hank Williams “Hey Good Lookin’”
Written by Hank Williams
Courtesy of Mercury Records

4. Juice Newton “Queen of Hearts”
Written by Henry Devito
Courtesy of Capitol Records

5. Asleep at the Wheel “The Letter That Johnny Walker Read”
Written by Chris Frayne, Leroy Preston, and Ray Seifert
Courtesy of Capitol Records

6. The Desert Rose Band “One Step Forward”
Written by Christopher Hillman and Bill Wildes
Courtesy of Curb Records

7.Willie Nelson “Crazy”
Written by Willie Nelson
Courtesy of Columbia Records

8. Pasty Cline “Three Cigarettes in the Ashtray”
Written by Eddie Miller & WS Stevenson
Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment

9. Mickey Gilley “Make the World Go Away”
Written by Hank Cochran
Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment

10. Ed Bruce “Mama Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys”
Written by Ed Bruce and Patsy Bruce
Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment

11. Merle Haggard “Always Wanting You”
Written by Merle Haggard
Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment

12. Whitey Shafer “All My Exes Live in Texas”
Written by Lyndia Shafer & Sanger Shafer
Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment

13. Eddie Rabbit “I Love a Rainy Night”
Written by Eddie Rabbit, David Malloy, and Even Stevens
Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment

14. Statler Brothers “New York City”
Written by Don Reid
Courtesy of Mercury Records

15. Statler Brothers “Bed of Roses”
Written by Harold Reid
Courtesy of Mercury Records

Radio X: The Alternative
Format: Modern Rock
DJ: Sage, voiced by Jodie Shawback

1. Helmet “Unsung”
Written by Paige Hamilton
Courtesy of Interscope Records

2. Depeche Mode “Personal Jesus”
Written by Martin Lee Gore
Courtesy of Warner Bros Records

3. Faith No More “Midlife Crisis”
Written by Michael Andrew Bordin, Roddy Christopher Bottum, Bill David Gould, James Martin Glanco, and Michael Allen Patton
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records

4. Danzig “Mother”
Written By Glenne Danzig
Courtesy of Def American Records

5. Living Colour “Cult of Personality”
Written by William Calhoun, Corey Glover, and Vernon Reid
Courtesy of Epic Records

6. Primal Scream “Movin on Up”
Written by Bobby Gillespie, Andrew Innes, and Robert Young Clearie
Courtesy of Warner Bros Records & Sony (UK)

7.Guns N’ Roses “Welcome to the Jungle”
Written by Steven Adler, Saul Hudson, W. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, and Duff McKagan
Courtesy of Geffen Records

8. L7 “Pretend We’re Dead”
Written by Donita Sparks
Courtesy of Slash Records

9. Ozzy Osbourne “Hellraiser”
Written by John Osbourne and Zachary Phillip Wylde
Courtesy of Epic Records

10. Soundgarden “Rusty Cage”
Written by Chris Cornell
Courtesy of A&M Records

11. Rage Against the Machine “Killing in the Name”
Written by Timothy Commerford, Zack M. De La Rocha, Thomas Morello, and Brad J. Wilk
Courtesy of Epic Records

12. Jane’s Addiction “Been Caught Stealing”
Written by Eric Avery, Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, and Stephen Perkins
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Music

13. The Stone Roses “Fools Gold’
Written by Ian George Brown and JH Squire
Courtesy of Jive Records

14. Alice in Chains “Them Bones”
Written by Mizz Skillings and Jerry Fulton Cantrell Jr.
Courtesy of Columbia Records

15. Stone Temple Pilots “Plush”
Written by Dean DeLeo, Robert Emile DeLeo, Eric Ketz, and Scott Richard Weiland
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording

Format: House
DJ: Hans Oberlander voiced by Lloyd Floyd

1. Jomanda “Make My Body Rock”
Written by Dwayne Richardson and Cheri Renee Williams
Courtesy of Atlantic Records

2. 808 State “Pacific”
Written by Andrew Edward Barker, Graham Vernon Massey, and Darren Edward Price
Courtesy of ZTT Records

3. The Todd Terry Project “Weekend”
Written by James J. Caloway and Leroy O’Neil Jackson Jr.
Courtesy of Warlock Records

4. Nightwriters “Let the Music (Use You)”
Written by Riley Evans and Jeremiah Allan McAllister
Courtesy of Trax Records

5. Marshall Jefferson “Move Your Body”
Written by Marshall Jefferson
Courtesy of Casablanca Trax

6. Maurice “This Is Acid”
Written by Lamar H. Malone and Willie L. Townsell
Courtesy of Casablanca Trax

7.Mr. Fingers “Can You Feel It?”
Written by Larry Heard
Courtesy of Casablanca Trax

8. A Guy Called Gerald “Voodoo Ray”
Written by Gerald Rydell Simpson
Couresty of A Guy Called Gerald

9. Cultural Vibe “Ma Foom Bey”
Written by Edward J. Davis and Winston Michael Jones
Courtesy East Street Records

10. Ce Ce Rogers “Someday’
Written by Marshall Jefferson
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording

11. Robert Owens “I’ll Be Your Friend’
Written by Robert J. Owens, David Morales, and Satoshi Tomiie
Courtesy of RCA Records

12. Frankie Knuckles “Your Love”
Courtesy of Casablanca Trax

13. Joe Smooth “Promised Land”
Courtesy of Casablanca Trax

14. 28th Street Crew “I Need a Rhythm”
Written by Robert Manuel Clivilles and David Byron Cole
Courtesy of A&M Records

15. Raze “Break 4 Love”
Written by Vaughan Carrington Mason
Courtesy of Columbia Records

16. Fallout “The Morning After”
Written by Lenny Desiderio and Thomas Musto
Courtesy of Azuli

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