GTA 5 on PC Gets More Music and a New Radio Station

Rockstar announces an additional radio station that features a brand-new album.

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Just as the Xbox One and PS4 versions got additional music, Grand Theft Auto V on PC is getting even more new music, as well as a new radio station, when it's released next month.

Rockstar today announced that two of the composers of GTA V's score, The Alchemist and Oh No, have teamed up to create a new album inspired by the game's original score. It's described as a "genre-spanning collection" of music created in partnership with Tangerine Dream and Woody Jackson, which were responsible for much of the game's excellent original music.

Entitled Welcome to Los Santos, the album's music will debut on a new radio station, The Lab, in the PC version of GTA V before being released at retail and for download on April 21.

"The Alchemist and Oh No weave together a musical journey that covers every corner of the fictional world of Grand Theft Auto V and features guests from across the musical spectrum--including Earl Sweatshirt, Little Dragon, Phantogram, Freddie Gibbs, Popcaan, Killer Mike, Tunde Adebimpe, and Samuel T. Herring (from Future Islands)," Rockstar says.

You can listen to the first single, "Play it Cool," below or on SoundCloud's website.

Following the most recent delay, GTA V at long last arrives on PC on April 14. It'll include online heists right at launch, whereas the console versions will be getting them in an update next week.

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