Top 10 Songs From the Grand Theft Auto V ScoreThis list contains the best pieces of music from Grand Theft Auto V's stunning score. Songs in this list are on the official soundtrack, as well as from the unreleased soundtrack. Spoilers ahead,...
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Whilst driving through the snowy streets of Ludendorff in "Bury The Hatchet", Michael will have a flashback about convincing his wife and family to move to Los Santos. Whilst that happens, the music that plays is very catchy, just like "Minor Turbulence". It also plays whilst parachuting, so that's a plus.
This theme reminds me how well the amazing soundtrack complements the story.
This piece of music plays during the mission to capture Mr K. Not only does it fit perfectly into the mission, but it also captures the cool, suave but daring personality of Grand Theft Auto games.
If Blitz Plays' soundtrack captures the cool side of Grand Theft Auto games, then Rampage #1 captures the crazy, murderous side of Grand Theft Auto games. Its quick tempo and catchy beat is enough to make anyone want to gun down rednecks or hipsters (if that anyone is Trevor, that is... )
In joint 3rd comes the music that plays if the player chooses Option A: Kill Trevor or Option B: Kill Michael. I couldn't choose one over the other as they both fit their situation perfectly. You have just betrayed your good friend and now, it's up to you to hunt them down. Cue the music.
Ironically, this piece of music never plays during the Agency Heist. However, it does play during "Marriage Counselling" and "I Fought The Law...". It reminds me of a 70's/80's cop chase through a city, which is pretty much what happens when it is played!
What I like about "Minor Turbulence"'s soundtrack is that IT IS SO DAMN CATCHY. I always find myself whistling it when I'm walking down the street.
It begins slowly and then when the airplane starts to go up, BUM culmination of that score.
Nothing's funner than running through a logging factory, blasting people to oblivion whilst trying to save your friend. And with this fast tune playing in the background, there's no stopping you now.
Whilst chasing D through Los Santos with your dog Chop, a fast-tempo score will start playing. It's continuous piano, drums and saxophone throughout is ear candy.
This piece of music doesn't play during any particular mission. It plays when you are diving in the sea or driving a submarine. It is somewhat relaxing yet surprisingly memorable for how simple it is.
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