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Grand Theft Auto Vol 1 - V-Rock [CD]

Various Artists Audio CD
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (7 Nov 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B000071WZG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 59,833 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. DJ Lazlow Intro
2. You've Got Another Thing Comin' - Judas Priest
3. Too Young to Fall in Love - Mötley Crüe
4. Peace Sells - Megadeth
5. Dangerous Bastard - Rockstar¹s Love Fist
6. Turn Up The Radio - Autograph
7. DJ Lazlow Halftime
8. I Wanna Rock - Twisted Sister
9. Bark At The Moon - Ozzy Osbourne
10. Madhouse - Anthrax
11. 2 Minutes To Midnight - Iron Maiden
12. Raining Blood - Slayer
13. Cumin' Atcha Live - Tesla
14. Yankee Rose - David Lee Roth
15. Cum On Feel The Noise - Quiet Riot
16. Working For The Weekend - Loverboy
17. DJ Lazlow Outro
18. Exploder
19. Thor
20. DJ Lazlow Rant

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars V-rock till ya drop! 4 April 2003
Format:Audio CD
Ok, this album, is good, but not totally serious. It has a tracklist of some very good (some a little cheesey for my tastes) 80's rock and metal.
Not serious I hear you ask? "Ok lets hit the phones...real hard with our heads" and "...or I'll shove that sissy soft rock so far down your throat you'll be crapping hair bands till christmas!" see what I mean? It's like a real radio station, though much funnier. And for those of you saying well DUH not everyone reading these reviews is going to know about the context this album is, so :p
Good list of tracks, favourites are "Bark at the moon" and "Cum on feel the noise". I'm not sure, both sound like they could possibly have Rhoads playing, but I've also heard things to the contrary...amazing guitarist, I'd have put a Rhoads track on the ozzy or quiet riot slot.
Also lacking from the 80's metal/rock thing are Metallica(godfathers of thrash), and Guns & Roses or AC/DC. Back in black, woulda gone down a treat. Then again I'm not sure when in the 80's this is set, and I'm not great with album release dates and when they were made etc....who cares?
But hey, for those of you who wanna pretend you have long hair and still wear spandex jumpsuits (If you can't wear a spandex jumpsuit what CAN ya do?) and run around your living room while nobody else is in playing airguitar, this is the ticket.
By the way in the actual game, bark at the moon is THE track to drive fast to.
Good album provided you'll appreciate the tongue in cheek DJ scripts (I know I did). Doesn't stand out much, and I wouldn't buy it, but only cos I have most of the tracks, and the game. So it'd be somewhat redundant for moi.
"Screaaaaaams break the silence..."
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Lazlow you rock! 16 Nov 2002
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This rather large album is all the music from the 'V rock' radio station on the hugely successful video game, Grand Theft Auto Vice City.To put it straight, its a greatest hits collection of eighties 'hair metal' rockbands such as [...] Motley Crue and the now even more famous Ozzy Osbourne.
This would be your kind of album if youare into that sort of older - fashioned rock, as this could be described as the ultimate collection for that era. It's also worth a look if your into rock music in general, or, you loved listening to V Rock as you cruised down the streets of Vice City!
The icing on the cake is Lazlow your presenter. In real life he's a radio commercial writer- very funny and witty and down to earth. In the game andon the album Lazlow is his same self, but wrongly put in the position of heavy metal radio presenter, making him even more funny.
Overall, a quality album, even if this isn't what you'd usually like!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A nice idea, with wonderful execution. 25 Feb 2004
By M. Gardner VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
GTA Vice City really was the game of 2003. And if we're going to be honest, which we are, V Rock was quite blatantly the best radio station. This album takes the songs, lifts them from the game and neatly deposits them on this cd, along with some rather amusing interludes from Vice City's 'Lazlow'. There are some wonderful songs in here; the best of them including Twisted Sister's 'I Wanna Rock' and Dave Lee Roth's 'Yankee Rose'. For a decent compilation of some 80s rock you might well start here with other offerings including Judas Priest, Motley Crue and Ozzy Osbourne's great 'Bark at the Moon'. A guest appearance from Vice Cty's own band - Lovefist - is a welcome addition. This might be cheesy but it amuses and rocks very nicely in places too. A good buy for anyone remotely into rock really!
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4.0 out of 5 stars good but disapointing 13 Aug 2008
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
well i love vice city, i love 80's metal and i love comedy, so thourght this would be perfect, but not what i intended.
i was hoping that this would be a copy of teh actualy radio audio form teh gameplay, with the talking, the phone calls, the jokes and the comercials
instead you get 3 lazlow segemnts and loads of great songs (exept for working for the weekend by loverboy)
and they only did one lovefist song on this album.
and u get 2 comericals, which are funny we and my friend enjoyed laughing at them. and the lazlow rant at the very end, but its just not the same as what u get on vice city, you dont get to laugh as well as rock.

ur better off taking the vrock audio fle off the actual game for pc and burn it onto a disc.

or have a friend with the game sedn you the file from his game, and so on
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars V-Rock: A Mixed Bag... 10 Mar 2004
Format:Audio CD
I love rock music, and I absolutely loved Vice City the game so you would expect me to like this. Personally, I find this album to be a bit of a curate's egg, good in parts but bad in others. The DJ dialogues are highly amusing, as are the "ads" and the song by the "Scottish rock group Lovefist"(as anyone who has played Vice City will tell you).
However, I personally didn't find all the rock to my taste. I DID like the songs by Judas Priest, Motley Crue, Megadeth, Autograph, Twisted Sister, Loverboy and of course Quiet Riot's Slade cover(wonderful version, much much better than the original). Unfortunately, I think Ozzy Osbourne is very overrated, Paranoid is really his only half-decent song, and he will be definitely remembered more for "The Osbournes" than for his awful solo stuff. I don't like David Lee Roth's solo stuff either- he was much better employed when he was in Van Halen, and that was only cos of Eddie Van Halen's superb guitar work that played off his vocals. As for Anthrax, Tesla, Slayer and Iron Maiden, they are just not my cup of tea. Far too heavy for my liking!
So personally, I thought this album was a bit of a mixed bag. However, if you're REALLY into heavier rock(as opposed to my preference for good old commercial Fleetwood Mac), you will probably get more out of this than I did. I will admit most of the album is good solid likeable rock- just I really didn't like a significant chunk of the album, and I'm not going to pretend I really liked it because I didn't. But that's a matter of personal taste. Chacun a son gout, as they say. Overall, if you like heavy rock, buy it. If you don't, then don't. And if you're just like me... well, depends if you see the glass as half full or half empty...
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