Not only iTunes, but Spotify as well if you’re into that whole approach to music. I’d be lying if I said that one of my favourite parts about getting a new GTA game is knowing that there’ll be a ton of great music, as well as hilarious adverts and fake news segments, delivered via the various radio stations. Everyone has a favourite station in the various GTA games, so much so that instinctively switching stations the moment you hop into a newly stolen car, becomes a matter of routine – especially if there happened to be a good song playing while you wrote-off the car prior to the new one you just hijacked.
Tracks from the radio stations in GTA IV, Episodes from Liberty City, San Andreas, Vice City and GTA III are now available – yes, even on the South African iTunes store. Prices per album radio station vary, as do some of the individual pricing options: some tracks are up for R6.99 and others for R8.99 a pop.
Rockstar has noted that not all tracks are available as some of the songs featured in the various games are not on iTunes or Spotify as yet. Furthermore, these are just the songs; you won’t hear any radio DJ banter or fake adverts in between. If you want that stuff, then there’s a repository for it over here. You can find individual links to the separate radio stations on iTunes or Spotify in the source link below.