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    * GAME: Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
    * SYSTEM: Playstation 2
    * TITLE: Audio Extraction Guide
    * VERSION: FINAL (9/21/2006)
    * AUTHOR: Paul Rudoff
    * E-MAIL: http://www.theraffon.net/~spookcentral/email.htm
    * WEBSITE: http://www.spookcentral.tk
    1. Introduction & Special Legal Information
    2. System Requirements
    3. Radio Station List
    4. Dialogue List
    5. Extraction Walkthrough
    6. Audio Credits
    7. Quick Answers
    8. Revision History
    9. Copyright Notice & Disclaimer
       *  This guide will only tell you how to extract the audio for   *
       *  your listening pleasure.  It won't tell you how to rebuild   *
       *    the game with new music, because I don't know how to do    *
       *        that, and I don't care to know how to do that.         *
         #   To do SAN ANDREAS AUDIO EXTRACTION, check out the             #
         # "San Andreas Radio" program listed on my PlayStation            #
         #  page (http://www.theraffon.net/~spookcentral/playstation.htm). #
    I am a big fan of the Grand Theft Auto series.  The quality of the voice acting
    and the care that is put into the radio stations is one of the game's biggest
    assets.  There are very few other games that are this good when it comes to the
    I've written several PlayStation 2 audio/music extraction guides, such as for
    Grand Theft Auto III and Vice City, and some of the WWF/WWE SmackDown! games.
    This guide lists of all of the audio I could find on the game disc, including
    audio that most people probably could care less about.
    The basic extraction information in this guide is based on Splintax's "Grand
    Theft Auto: Vice City Music Hacking Guide" (also available for download at
    www.gamefaqs.com).  I owe a great debt of gratitude to him and his guide.
    Without it I never would have known how to digitally extract audio from ANY
    PlayStation 2 games.
    As far as I know, this is perfectly legal.  You are merely making a backup
    copy of what you already own and leaving it on a storage device (hard
    drive, CD, etc.) for future use.
    However, it is ILLEGAL for you to put any of the music you have copied
    onto the Internet.  This includes, but is not limited to, placing the
    sound files as downloads on your personal homepage or a corporate music
    collection or sharing the files on a peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing
    network such as Kazaa, iMesh, Grokster, etc.  You may NOT distribute these
    files between you and other acquaintances through any means whatsoever.
    Anything you do as a result of this guide is completely your
    responsibility, and neither the author nor any other third party will take
    responsibility for your actions.
    Along with the Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories game disc, you will need
    the following on/in your computer in order to do the music extraction.
    1. A DVD-ROM drive, or any other optical drive that is able to read DVD
       data discs.
    2. Microsoft Windows 95 or higher (unconfirmed about 95, but I know it
       works on 98, 2000, and XP)
    3. Three gigabytes of free space on your hard drive.  I don't know what's
       the least you could have to do this, but three gigs would give PLENTY
       of room to do everything with space left over.  Otherwise you may have
       to convert files a few at a time.
    4. A copy of MFAudio, which you can download from my PlayStation page
    5. A copy of my MFAudio batch file for the game, which you can also download
       from my PlayStation page.
    You'll also need a program that can handle .zip files.  If you don't have one,
    you should be able to find plenty at: http://www.snapfiles.com
    * An audio editor. (personal suggestion: Goldwave)
    * A CD making program (one probably came with the drive when you
    bought it). (personal suggestion: Easy CD Creator)
    * An MP3 encoding program. (personal suggestion: MPEG Suite)
    Links to the above can be found on either SnapFiles or my Software page:
    This section will list all of the files in the \AUDIO\MUSIC\ directory.
    Contrary to what you may think, this directory contains more than just the
    music/radio stations.  Files from the \MOVIES\ directory are also included,
    at the very bottom of this section.
    After each title is the track length of the outputted wav files in minutes
    and seconds (some include silence at the end) followed by the file size of
    the outputted wav file.
    A list of the songs contained on each station can be found in the Audio Credits
    Double Cleff FM (26:32) (194.41 MB)
    Flashback FM (28:57) (212.03 MB)
    Head Radio (26:36) (194.9 MB)
    K-JAH (28:47) (210.87 MB)
    LCFR (50:14) (367.99 MB)
    The Liberty Jam (47:35) (348.57 MB)
    Lips 106 (27:58) (204.91 MB)
    MSX 98 (38:48) (284.17 MB)
    Radio Del Mundo (33:36) (246.09 MB)
    Police Band (16:29) (120.8 MB)
    * Same exact file as Taxi Band?
    Rise FM (42:20) (310.05 MB)
    Taxi Band (16:29) (120.8 MB)
    * Same exact file as Police Band?
    -- MISC --
    Mission Completion Music (0:05) (625.1 KB)
    End Credits Music? (1:34) (11.47 MB)
    Grand Theft Auto III - Mission Completion Music (0:07) (952.1 KB)
    Grand Theft Auto III - Game Ending Dialogue & Music (8:57) (65.55 MB)
    [Maria is voiced by Debi Mazar]
    Female Newscaster: Residents in Cedar Grove have been coming to terms with the
         emotional aftermath of a full-blown war that hit the area yesterday.
         Local resident Clive Denver described to police a single gunman that he
         saw fleeing the scene with a dark haired woman.
    Maria: Ah, we're gonna have such fun.  Cause you know I love you?
         I, I, I really do... cause you're such a big strong man and that's just
         what I need.  Anyway, what was I saying?  Oh, you know, I forget... but
         you know what it's like, don't you?
    Female Newscaster: The sound of explosions shook nearby homes as people ran for
         cover. Several citizens were injured in the panic as gunfire was exchanged
         between ground forces and a helicopter circling the dam.
    Man: Yeah, we got a good view from down here in the Gardens.  When the copter
         finally got taken out, better than the fireworks on the fourth of July.
    Female Newscaster: With the death toll already over twenty, police are still
         finding bodies. There have been no official denials concerning rumors that
         the dead were members of the Colombian Cartel, and still no leads as to
         the cause of the massacre.
    Maria: I broke a nail and my hair is ruined.  I mean, can you believe it?  This
         one cost me fifty dollars... [gun shot]
    City Sounds, Wind, etc. (10:00) (73.24 MB)
    Sawmill Sounds (1:53) (13.79 MB)
    Water & Waves (10:32) (77.14 MB)
    There are also four files in the \MOVIES\ directory that you can extract the
    audio from.
    Beginning Credits Music (aka Intro Track) (1:33) (17.07 MB)
    Rockstar Leeds Logo (0:06) (1.1 MB)
    Rockstar North Logo (0:06) (1.1 MB)
    Rockstar New York Logo (0:05) (1.02 MB)
    This section will list all of the files in the \AUDIO\CUTSCENE\ and \AUDIO\NEWS\
    directories.  I'm excluding the files in the SET0 through SET6 directories
    (sound effects, pedestrian dialogue, and dialogue during missions?) because I
    can't figure out how to get them to play properly and, quite frankly, I don't
    know if they're even worth extracting.
    I'm listing everything (roughly) in the order it appears in the game.  The
    written dialogue, mission titles, and general order come from Maggotkill's
    GTA:LCS Game Script (also available for download at www.gamefaqs.com) - though
    I may have made some corrections.  All of the News Report text was transcribed
    by me.
    After each title is the track length of the outputted wav files in minutes
    and seconds (some include silence at the end) followed by the file size of
    the outputted wav file.
    Only dialogue heard in cutscenes can be extracted.  All of the dialogue during
    missions is excluded.
    If you're wondering why it might be useful to extract the dialogue, you could
    use certain quotes as system sounds on your computer, or put up a few key
    soundbytes on your GTA fan site (as long as you don't use LOTS of soundbytes,
    I'm sure Rockstar won't be mad - but don't quote me on that).
    -- NEWS REPORTS --
    News Report A (0:20) (2.51 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: Earlier today, an authoritative report was leaked to us
         disclosing a drug scandal amongst some of the nation's leading athletes.
         The president has confirmed, heads will roll.  Tune in later for an
         exclusive report from our award-winning reporter, Ned Burner.
    News Report B (0:25) (3.05 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: Thieves involved in the Liberty Diamond heist were all killed
         earlier today when they became inbroiled in a shootout at the Rockford
         ferry station.  Police have been left with egg on their faces as the
         whereabouts of the stolen diamonds is still unknown.  For an exclusive
         report, tune in later.  Our award-winning report, Ned Burner, has all the
    News Report C (0:27) (3.29 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: Fire truck frenzy overcame a Liberty City fireman today when
         he brought mayhem to the streets of Staunton Island.  Fire Chief O'Riley
         says none of his men are guilty, but eyewitnesses say an LCFD fire truck
         was definitely to blame.  YOU be the judge, when Ned Burner, our
         award-winning reporter, brings you the exclusive later on LCN.
    News Report D (0:33) (4.02 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: The premiere of the movie 'Fubar' was marred today when its
         three stars, Faith W., Black Lightman, and D.B.P., were slain dramatically
         on the streets of Liberty City.  TV moguls were swift to declare the actors
         really were dead and this wasn't just a cheap publicity stunt for the
         upcoming TV show 'Celebrity Liberty City Survivor.'  Our award-winning
         reporter Ned Burner knows different.  Tune in later for his exclusive
    News Report E (0:30) (3.71 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: Tonight.  Liberty City mourns the passing of its premiere
         son, Mayor R.C. Hole.  Assassinated while jogging in Belleville Park.
         LCN would like to take this opportunity to extend its most humble and
         sincere condolences to his family and loved ones.  And later on LCN don't
         miss our student fashion spot.  It's too cool for school.
    News Report F (0:26) (3.17 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: Election fever grips the city, but so far only one candidate
         has stepped forward to replace Mayor R.C. Hole.  Businessman Miles
         O'Donovan has pledged that should he win, his first act would be to bring
         a swift end to the industrial action that plagues the city.  Tune in for
         more, later on LCN.
    News Report G (0:30) (3.66 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: Alleged mafia don Salvatore Leone has been arrested by
         federal agents today after an extensive citywide manhunt.  The FBI claimed
         Mr. Leone is the head of a crime syndicate spanning several states, and is
         also the mysterious 'Mr. Big' behind every organized crime here in our own
         fair city.  More on this and other stories later on LCN.
    News Report H (0:34) (4.26 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: The city continues to be rocked by gang warfare as the power
         struggle between the Sindacco and Forelli mafia families continues
         unabated.  Both have been reported to have lost ground recently to the
         emerging gangs keen to take advantage of this mafia feud.  The FBI is
         laying the blame for current troubles firmly at the feet of a mysterious
         Mr. Big with whom they are eager to talk.  More later, only on LCN.
    News Report I (0:32) (3.99 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: Liberty City commuters have been dealt a hard blow today,
         when transport workers across the city took industrial action in sympathy
         for beleaguered ferry workers, whose livelyhoods are threatened by the
         construction of the new porter road tunnel.  Neither side in this battle
         seems keen to give any ground.  Union chief, Jane Hopper, said yesterday,
         that she will bring the mayor to his knees before she's licked.
         More later, on LCN.
    News Report J (0:29) (3.54 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: Gang war erupted last night in Liberty City with the
         destruction of The Dolls House, a gaming establishment owned by the
         mafia-linked Sindacco family.  A member of the similarly-linked Leone
         family is thought to be responsible.  However, the head of the Leone
         family, Salvatore Leone, has denied any knowledge of the event.
         More on LCN, later.
    News Report K (0:38) (4.63 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: It's now been confirmed that the wide-scale destruction of
         Fort Staunton was caused by a series of underground explosions.  Rumors
         suggest that the mafia-linked Forelli family were using the derelict subway
         running beneath the area to stockpile an arsenal of mmunitions for their
         gang wars.  It's not known at this time whether this terrible tragedy was
         caused by the weapons cache accidentally being ignited or if foul play was
         involved.  Tune in late for more details on LCN.
    News Report L (0:33) (4.02 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: Liberty City's long-running mafia feud is finally over after
         the brutal slaying today of Paulie Sindacco, head of the Sindacco family.
         However, crime analysts predict greater trouble lies ahead as this war
         leaves both mafia families in full retreat to emerging gangs.
         In particular, the Yakuza, who are now vying for overall control of
         organized crime in the city.  Stay tuned for more, here on LCN.
    News Report M (0:34) (4.26 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: Street crime is on the retreat from today with the
         establishment of an Avenging Angel chapter in our crime-ravaged city.
         The Avenging Angel program takes ex-street punks, reformed gang-bangers,
         or anyone with a grudge, and turns them into respectable crime-fighters.
         Head of the chapter, Jesus Maxsentens, said they were not vigilantes, but
         public-spirited individuals taking the law to the streets.  Stay tuned for
         more, later on LCN.
    News Report N (0:47) (5.73 MB)
    News ID: Liberty News!
    Female Newscaster: There'll be much celebrating tonight as the industrial action
         that brought Liberty City to a stand-still has finally come to a close.
         Normal service has been resumed on all subway and ferry routes, even the
         elevator bridge linking Staunton Island to Shoreside Vale has reopened for
         business.  Militant strikers have finally dropped their placards and taken
         up their usual posts of employment after the freshly inaugurated
         Mayor O'Donovan made them this promise at a local rally.
    Mayor: As your mayor, I can guarantee there will always be a ferry service in
         Liberty City.
    Female Newscaster: But some may find his promise has a somewhat hollow ring,
         as work on the new porter road tunnel continues unabated.
    -- PORTLAND --
    Toni Arrives In Town (1:00) (7.32 MB)
    [instrumental music and sound effects]
    Home Sweet Home (1:13) (9.02 MB)
    Sal: Hey... So there he is, huh? So listen, Toni, I know you did a good thing
         for us, and I know you've been lying low for a long time, so I want you
         to take it easy for a while, huh?  Vincenzo will look after you. You need
         some money, ask him.  You need a job - Lucky will take care of you. What
         more could a family guy ask for? Even my son don't got it so good.
    Toni: But, Mr. Leone, I thought we got history, I mean I've done a lot for this
         family. And now, you're expecting me to take orders from this... this...
         this... Well, it just doesn't seem right.
    Sal: Toni,  know what you did, and no one is more grateful than me, honestly,
         but the idea that you walk here and start to question my leadership right
         away is, quite frankly out of order. Capiche?
    Toni: I understand, boss.
    Sal: So when you need something, give Vincenzo a call down at Atlantic Quay.
         He'll take care of you. Won't you, Lucky?
    Vincenzo: Of course, boss. Anything you say. Tell you what; we can go there now.
    Hot Wheels (1:08) (8.3 MB)
    [Vincenzo is on the phone while receiving a blowjob from his girlfriend]
    Vincenzo: Sure, momma. I'll call you later.
    Toni: Vincenzo!
    Vincenzo: Yeah of course, of course I'm being a good boy. Love you. Hey Cheryl,
         hey sweetheart, give it a rest now.  Here, now get out of here.  A little
         trumpetto for you.  Hey, who loves you, angel?
    Cheryl: You do, Vinnie.
    Toni: Was that your mother on the phone?
    Vincenzo: Sure.
    Toni: You're disgusting. Where's your respect?
    Vincenzo: Respect? I call it multi-tasking, Antonio.  What?  Don't you like
         getting a hot broad to suck you off?
    Toni: What?
    Vincenzo: Cause if it's a problem, I can get Ray to help you out.
    Toni: Fuck you.
    Vincenzo: I'm just busting your balls, relax.  Listen, tough guy - I need you to
         do me a favor.  I got girls crazy for blow; I got a car full of it parked
         in Trenton.  Go pick it up... give me a call.
    Toni: What am I, your driver?  Screw you.
    Vincenzo: Listen, listen, listen, listen... I'd do it myself, but I'm being
         watched by the feds.  You know I'll look out for you.  Trust me.  Besides,
         remember there's a hierarchy here, Capiche?  Now be a good kid!
    Bone Voyeur! (1:36) (11.71 MB)
    Toni: Hey! JD get out here! Hey JD, you little sicko, get the fuck out here
         before I come in there and break your legs!
    JD: I'm coming... but not like that, ha ha ha! Hey, Toni, que pasa?
         Give us a hug.
    Toni: Woah, you're sticky!
    JD: Oh, it's the stripper stuff they put all over me, you know. They like it,
         you know. They put it anywhere and uh... so, how you doing?
    Toni: What the fuck are you wearing?
    JD: What, this? I'm an adventurous lover. You know I like... an experimental
         side, y'know? Nothing wrong with that, huh? You can watch if you like.
    Toni: Oh, you're sick. You better shut the fuck up, right now.
    JD: Okay, relax Toni.
    Toni: Where's my money?
    JD: See, that's the problem. We are getting ripped off. Alright, now you
         wait here. I gotta go change out of, uh... this thing, you know.
         Hey Raven - time to put away the double ender. Hey Toni, let's you and me
         go for a drive. We got some things we gotta check out... Okay! Okay!
    Salvatore's Salvation (1:12) (8.78 MB)
    Toni: JD!
    JD: Toni. Thank god you're here. I'm sweating like my uncle in a school
         yard. My minds going crazy. What are we gonna do?
    Toni: About what?
    JD: Oh God, I can't believe it, he is gonna cut my balls off. He's gonna put
         them in a vice! Not necessarily in that order. Oh God! I feel like the day
         the FBI searched my hard drive! Oh, my heart's racing. Have you got any
         valium? Or rohibinol? What about... No, no... See I got too many of
    Toni: What's going on?
    JD: Oh God I can't believe this... Why am I to blame?! It's not my fault.
         But you know Salvatore, he's gonna get the vice squad on my ass. Oh my God,
         it's gonna be like those statutory rape charges. Have you ever been in
         prison on statutory rape charges, man? They come in at you at the showers!
         Oh God, and she was 18! Oh my God! This is gonna be worse!
    Toni: Listen you babbling cock sucker. What in god's name is wrong?
    JD: It's Salvatore. He was kidnapped while leaving the club.
    Toni: Well why didn't you say so instead of making me listen to that crap?
         Come on.
    Biker Heat (1:08) (8.3 MB)
    [Toni sees Maria on her bed, crying]
    Toni: What have you taken now?
    Maria: Nothing.
    Toni: What was it this time, huh? Smack? Downers? Ludes? A little too much
         trumpet? Not enough Dicipam? A little too much sideways, not enough up?
    Maria: Shut up Toni!
    Toni: Who did this to you?
    Maria: No one.
    Toni: Who was it?
    Maria: This guy I'm seeing, Wayne.
    Toni: Some guy you're seeing, you're my boss' girl!
    Maria: C'mon Toni, don't be so square. Besides, he gets me this great speed,
         you know? A girl needs a lift. Plus it makes you really wild in bed.
    Toni: Shut up. Why'd he do this to you, this dead prick Wayne?
    Maria: I told him I was in love with somebody else. I told him about me and you,
         Toni. And then he hit me!
    Toni: There is no you and me! Christ, you're killing me! Where is this Wayne?
    Maria: He deals at a bar down in Chinatown. I love you, Toni Cipriani.
    Overdose Of Trouble (1:11) (8.75 MB)
    [Maria is tripping]
    Maria: Oh hey baby... Oh I thought you'd never make it.
    Toni: What is wrong with you?
    Maria: Oops! Nothing, baby it's all good.
    Toni: Get up you crazy bitch. What have you taken now?
    Maria: Taken now? Nothing much. You know, a couple of, a couple of greens,
         a couple of heavy reds. Oh and these great pills I'm getting from Holland
         now. Pure as hell! I feel great. No, I don't. I need a zap, and I'll be
         fine! They're here somewhere.
    Toni: What's a zap?
    Maria: A zap? You don't know what a zap is? Ah, Toni, you are so square!
         Toni, I love you.
    Toni: Come on, make sense.
    Maria: I need a zap Toni! I'm gonna die! I felt like this before, I've OD'd.
         Get me a zap, Toni! I left them at the diner at Callahan Point.
    Toni: Don't just sit there then, come on!
    The Offer (1:37) (11.92 MB)
    Toni: Hey, boss, you okay?
    Sal: Do I look okay?
    Toni: No.
    Sal: Then what are you? A fuckin' moron? You're always saying the obvious.
         I can't believe I'm surrounded by people like you.
    Toni: Sorry.
    Sal: Listen, I'm sorry. Toni, you're one of my most trusted allies. After what
         you did, you're like a son to me - better than my son, better than any son.
         Your mother's a lucky woman.
    Toni: So I hear.
    Sal: Anthony, it's over for guys like us. We're dinosaurs. Or dodos. Or dildos.
         Or something. I tell you, even in my own family I feel like Jesus
         surrounded by twelve Judases. I mean, listen to this; I got a union
         boss - a broad no less - that I need to do me a favor, and she asks me for
         money? All I wanted was 24 hours access to the docks, while the strike was
         going on, strikes that I helped organize, so my boys could offload some
         drugs, and now I get this horse shit! I mean these are people that I
         personally fought for, people I've killed for, honest people. And this is
         how they repay me?
    Toni: It's insulting.
    Sal: It's a disgrace. We're finished, men of honor like you and me. Listen,
         Toni, I want you to take something to her.
    Toni: You're gonna take this crap off a broad?
    Sal: For now what choice do I have? Look, go down there, pay her off - and tell
         her I'd like to have a word with her. Go.
    Contra-Banned (1:51) (13.54 MB)
    [Sal is quarelling with Maria]
    Sal: Shut up, you ungrateful bitch. I'll knock you into next week if I hear
         another word from you.
    Maria: Oh, that's right, big dick. What are you gonna do? Hit me?
    Sal: Why I outta...
    Maria: That's the only time you touch me these days.
    Sal: Why the fuck would I wanna touch you? I don't like used goods.
         You revolt me.
    Maria: Me? Revolt you? What?
    Sal: Yeah! Revolt!
    Maria: Oh please. You know what? My daddy was right when he said you were
         nothing but a fat slob...
    Sal: Yeah yeah yeah yeah...
    [Toni comes in]
    Maria: Hi, Toni... I want my money, old man!
    Sal: Get outta here, you tramp. Hey, Anthony, you're an angel of mercy.
         Women, what are you gonna do about them, huh? Luckily, I can trust someone
         in my life - you, Toni. You're very important to me. Did I ever tell you
    Maria: You can't even get it up you old bastard.
    Sal: Not for you. I don't like using public toilets, you slut! Very important.
         So listen - it's you and me now. We're in charge. We got those fools on
         the run.
    Maria: How would you know? You're more interested in hanging out with men!
    Sal: And you're only happy when you've got your drawers around your ankles and
         your back against the wall! Christ - I've met rabbits who like to fuck less
         than you! So listen, this is important...
    Maria: Fuck you, Salvatore Leone, you no dick bullying wife beating piece of
         Italian shit.
    Sal: Fuck me? Fuck you? In fact, everyone has! Anyway, I got a shipment of you
         know what coming in. This is going to put us - you and me - on the map
         big time. Everything should run smooth. I just need someone - someone
         I trust - to take care of things for me. Alright Toni, I'll talk to you
         later. And another thing - I never met a girl with hydraulic underwear.
         It amazes me! Christ! Why did I marry her? I was looking for a tramp,
         I married a slut! I must have really pissed someone off in my past life,
         I'll tell you that much.
    Driving Mr. Leone (0:50) (6.1 MB)
    [Sal points his weapon to Toni]
    Sal: Well?
    Toni: Well what?
    Sal: Don't play dumb with me, kid. I was playing dumb when your mother was still
         turning tricks.
    Toni: What's your problem?
    Sal: I know what you've been saying about me. You think I'm an idiot? Huh?
         Is that what you think?
    Toni: Boss, I ain't been saying nothin' about you.
    Sal: What the fuck. I don't know what's happening to me. Jesus. I'm getting
         paranoid Toni. Really fucking paranoid. Just because I think everyone hates
         me doesn't mean they don't, know what I mean? Someone is out to get me.
         It's that fucking mayor! He's gonna blame me for all the shit that's been
         going down in the neighboorhood. All of it! Not just the crap that I did,
         but all of it. Come on, let's go take care of this.
    The Morgue Party Candidate (0:34) (4.26 MB)
    Donald: 2-2-3, 3-2-3, 4-2-3, 5,2,3-... Antonio! How wonderful to see you!
    Toni: What's going on?
    Donald: We're having a party, dear boy, a party. Yes, a morgue party!
         The first of the season!
    Toni: Woah, woah, woah, woah... What the fuck you talking about, a morgue party?
    Donald: We're gonna have quite a night tonight. But first, we need to go and
         pick up the guests... Come, before our guests get bored to death. No pun
         intended! 'Cuz they're dead, you know... Our guest of honor is taking a
         little trip to the pathology labs. Let's not keep him waiting.
    Cam-Pain (1:31) (11.1 MB)
    Donald: Antonio! Que pasa, amigo?
    Toni: You do know I'm Italian, don't you, Don, not Spanish.
    Donald: Of course, how silly of me - I just love all the romance languages.
         My God, this is good. It tastes just like chicken, but some how, more,
         err, sentient. You want some?
    Toni: I already ate, thanks.
    Donald: Too bad. It's fantastic. I have some more delicacies about to be
         served... the liberals would have a field day, of course, but how little
         they know of life's real pleasures! Sophistication and democracy have
         always been such uneasy badfellows.
    Toni: Listen, Don, we need to win this election, okay? We need to make sure
         that there's no skeletons in the closet, if you know what I mean...
    Donald: Right.
    Toni: What I mean is... how do we take care of this O'Donovan guy who is
         covering for... standing in for the Forelli's?
    Donald: The guy has a lot of people canvassing for him, all kinds of deluded
         'people' people, if you know what I mean. I think we have to have their
         faith in democracy shaken, if you understand me.
    Toni: What you mean is that I gotta go beat the crap out of them?
    Donald: Oh, your passion, Antonio it's it's... magnificent. It's so um...um...
         um... Wagnerian! You know?! Arriverdici, amigo. Humphries, bring out the
    Love On The Rocks (1:17) (9.46 MB)
    Toni: Hey Don - I took care of that mess for you. Everything should be cool now.
    Donald: Really.
    Toni: You got no more links to organized crime. You're whiter than white. You
         could be the pope.
    Donald: The Pope! Watch this.
    TV: Although no links can be proved between Love and Liberty City's origanized
         crime, it seems his friendship with mobsters, including Toni Cipriani, have
         counted heavily against him in voters' eyes. The past few hours have seen
         his popularity plummet. He is deemed, it seems, unfit for office.
    Donald: Unfit! Because of you... Yeah. And it's all your fault.
    Toni: My fault?
    Donald: Oh yeah.
    Toni: My fault?
    Donald: I can't beleve the sacrifices I've made for this town, and do you know
         what my weakness has been the entire time...? Humility! And now I'm ruined.
         Bankrupt! $2O million in the hole. Gone... bankrupt... done... Arriverdici!
    Sayonara Sindaccos (1:11) (8.75 MB)
    Leon: So you're the pain in the neck, huh?
    Toni: Excuse me?
    Leon: Got all kinds of important people very pissed off at you. Leon McAffrey,
    Toni: I don't know what you're talking about. I'm in the restaurant business.
    Leon: Whatever you say tough guy. You greaseballs wanna put holes in each other,
         I don't give a shit. All I care about is my cut.
    Toni: Oh, I love a man of principle.
    Leon: Well me too. I go to all their memorial services in fast cars with hot
         broads. My cut! Where is it?
    Toni: Up your ass, buddy. Don't make me laugh. You keep fucking with me, I'll
         put you, your friends, your friend's families, your whole fucking home town
         under the sword.
    Leon: Okay. Relax. Go get laid or something. This is business, a partnership,
         equals. I keep the law off your back - the feds, Rico - and you keep me in
         the shit that I like.
    Toni: Well how do I know I ain't about to be shaken down by every dirty cop from
         here to Vice City?
    Leon: I'm gonna help you take over this town. In return I want some cash and a
         few favors. Now c'mon, Toni, take a drive with me... we're gonna meet your
         old friends, the Sindaccos.
    Crazy '69' (0:49) (6.07 MB)
    Leon: I don't know what I did wrong in my past life to deserve you. Ray, you're
         40 years old, and you have no idea what's really going on. I don't know how
         you've gotten this far. I don't know how somebody hasn't put a bullet in
         your Mother Theresa head yet.
    Ray: Hey watch your mouth, Leon. I can't believe we're having this fucking
    Leon: What, are you gonna run to mommy? Are you gonna jump on daddy's knee?
         Ask for a wet kiss?
    [Toni comes in]
    Leon: Hey Toni!
    Ray: Freeze, asshole.
    Leon: WOAH! Woah! Woah! Easy! Meet my new partner. Mr. Hip! He's gonna make sure
         I do everything by the book! Toni Cipriani, Ray Machowski. He's with us.
         Hey we're gonna go fight organized crime now. You run along to the
         precinct, fill out a report. You're a good kid... Let's go, Toni.
    Ray: You piece of shit, Leon.
    Rough Justice (1:19) (9.64 MB)
    [Toni comes in dressed as a lawyer]
    Cop: Here's your lawyer, Mr. Leone.
    Sal: I know who the hell he is, pal... Come on, gimme a break here. Go on, kid,
         run along, and say hello to your mother for me, capiche?
    Cop: Ahh... You got five minutes.
    Sal: Listen, uh, Lionel, you're looking good. Look at me! A fine member of the
         community, and suddenly I'm banged up. It really challenges my
         philanthropic nature!
    Toni: Of course, Mr. Leone, we're doing everything we can to get you out of here
         and uh... back to helping your community as soon as possible.
    Sal: Of course. I hope we can sue someone for this outrage. Those cunts the
         Sindaccos, or those cocksuckers, the Forellis - who was it? Who ratted me
         out? Let's hit 'em both hard. Way I see it, they both could use a good
         beating for this outrage. Motherfuckers.
    Toni: It will be my pleasure.
    Sal: Thank you - Toni - you really mean a lot to me, - you know that. Listen,
         you might need some back up. Use the hoods. Okay?
    Toni: Whatever you think is best, Mr. Leone.
    Sal: Alright... Get outta here... Lionel.
    More Deadly Than The Male (1:59) (14.6 MB)
    Toshiko: So, this is the big tough gangster? You don't look so tough.
    Toni: Thanks.
    Toshiko: Do you know what it is to live without love, Mr. Toni? It is to live
         with hate...
    Toni: I'll take your word for it.
    Toshiko: It is my earnest wish to destroy a man, Mr. Cipriani. Destroy... not
         merely kill. I want him, and his whole organization, weakened and
         humiliated before he dies. I want him to suffer.
    Toni: Okay.
    Toshiko: This man I want you to destroy is my husband: Kazuki Kasen. Don't
         worry. For your services you will be handsomely rewarded. Well what if I
         say no? You won't... because while I merely want him dead, you need him
         dead. In truth, you have already dealt him a severe blow, Mr. Cipriani.
         However, he is taking delivery of more munitions today. I want you to steal
         those weapons from right under his ignorant nose. Good. Goodbye.
    Cash In Kazuki's Chips (1:42) (12.45 MB)
    [Toni returns to Toshiko's house]
    Toni: So, uh... Toshiko. It's over now.
    Toshiko: Yes, yes, I knew that... Hello, Mister Toni.
    Toni: Hey. So, uuuh... you won. You got what you wanted. Everything worked out
    Toshiko: Great, yes, great. Really great.
    Toni: So... its payment time sweetheart.
    Toshiko: We're both of us, fools and killers, Mister Toni.
    Toni: I guess we are.
    Toshiko: The world takes such a terrible toll on your spirit. Wouldn't you
         agree, Mister Toni?
    Toni: I guess. But you're free now. I mean you can go to Costa Rica, or Aruba,
         or some-shit. Start over new, that's what you always wanted.
    Toshiko: I don't think I'm ready for a beach holiday, Mister Toni. I've lost
         everything, and I have done so deliberately. I've been granted everything
         I asked for. Now, I just ask to be truly free. Goodbye, Toni-san.
    [Toshiko jumps off window]
    Panlantic Land Grab (1:27) (10.62 MB)
    [Toni enters Donald's flophouse and finds him lying on the bed]
    Donald: I know what you're thinking, Toni - how the mighty have fallen, but
         this is just a temporary blip, my man.
    Toni: Okay.
    [Donald gets up from the bed]
    Donald: Oh, don't be all touchy. I know I said some nasty things about this
         being your fault and all, but hubris is a nasty, nasty badfellow - almost
         as nasty as termites. And trust me I've tried both recently. Wait, you and
         me... are on our way back!
    Toni: I never went away...
    Donald: We're in this together, amigo.
    Toni: No, we're not.
    Donald: Please!
    Toni: Please... please - forget about it, buddy. 'It's all your fault.'
    Donald: 10%?
    Toni: 10% of what? This? Oh you're too kind.
    Donald: Not of this... of something really big. Come - I'll tell you about it
         on the drive. I hope you have your car. Mine's in the, errm shop... Yeah!
    Love On The Run (1:15) (9.24 MB)
    Donald: Caterpillars... cater... cater... cater... cat... No that's no good.
         Ohmmmmmmmm. Dammit. It's just so... Oh, shit if I just had something cold
         to cuddle up to, It'd be so easy.
    Toni: What's going on, D?
    Donald: Antonio! Oh, I'm just seeking spiritual enlightenment, if you must ask,
         but not today. Maybe tomorrow.
    Toni: Your message seemed kinda anxious.
    Donald: Anxious? I'm meditating. Anxious, moi? I'm at one with the universe.
         That's just impossible. Oh, shit, that's right. Um, there is a load of
         Colombians coming up here to potentially kill me if I don't keep my mouth
         shut and pay them all off.
    Toni: Oh! I guess that would explain all the Colombians hovering around outside.
    Donald: Oh shit! Please, Antonio, you have to get me out of here! I don't want
         to... Please! I don't wanna die! I don't...
    Toni: So much for bring at one with the universe, huh?
    Donald: Thank you, Toni! I'll make it... I'll make it worth your while,
         I promise.
    The Sicilian Gambit - File #1 (0:38) (4.75 MB)
    Sal: No, I'll talk to you later.
    [Sal hangs up]
    Sal: Hey Toni!
    Toni: Sal! You're back where you belong.
    Sal: Hey we're both back. You and me! We did it, huh?
    Toni: You know it.
    Sal: We cleaned it up with the Forellis. The Sindaccos we sent into the fucking
         sea. Now, I got the Sicilians on the phone wanting peace. We all want
         peace! But my peace, not their fucking peace. I'm the big man now. No chump
         from the old country is gonna tell me what to do. I told them to go fuck
    Toni: You did? Was that wise?
    Sal: Hey, I'm the boss now. ME! Now let's go see the mayor about getting my
         charges dropped.
    The Sicilian Gambit - File #2 (0:47) (5.79 MB)
    [at Sal's residence]
    Sal: Hey! Mr. Mayor! We just saved you from a bunch of crazed Sicilians.
    Mayor: Yeah, thanks.
    Sal: And that means...
    Mayor: Uh... The city is grateful to you?
    Toni: Try again.
    Sal: That you work for me, right?
    Mayor: Oh yeah, that I work for you.
    Sal: Good. Now don't call us. We'll call you. Get outta here, prick.
    Mayor: Thank you, Mr. Leone.
    Sal: Toni! We did it! We run things now. You and me. We're a team, huh? Now I
         just need you to do one small thing for me; I got some problems that I've
         been dealing with...
    The Sicilian Gambit - File #3 (1:49) (13.3 MB)
    [at Ma Cipriani's restaurant]
    Sal: Hey, Uncle! How you doin', ah? You look good.
    Uncle: Ahhhh, Salvatore. All we really wanted was clarity.
    Sal: Yes, uncle. I appreciate that.
    Uncle: So, we are at peace now - you and the old country?
    Sal: Of course. Me and all my people.
    Uncle: Good. Very good.
    Sal: Sneaky little bastard. I wouldn't trust him a fucking inch.
    Uncle: Every dog has his day...
    Toni: Yeah, but we did it.
    Sal: Yeah, we cleaned up. You did good Toni, you did real good. I always
         knew you was a good kid. You saved my ass a few times. And I appreciate
         that kind of loyalty.
    Toni: Thank you.
    Sal: A good worker. I like that. Respectful. So I got you that half million I
         promised you.
    Toni: Half? Woah! I thought you, uh, said a couple.
    Sal: I said one million dollars. But what? You can put a price on friendship?
         The kind of frienship you and me have? Shame on you! Come here. You're a
         good kid, but shame on you.
    This walkthrough assumes that you have a decent knowledge of how to use a
    computer.  You don't need to be an expert, though.  I certainly am not :-)
    This walkthrough is written expressly to be used with my MFAudio batch file for
    the game, so as to make the extraction process easy and automated.  Without my
    batch file, you'd have to open up and convert each file one by one.  This
    walkthrough assumes that you want to copy and convert ALL audio files.
    1. Create an empty folder/directory on your hard drive (name it whatever you
    like), preferably in a spot that's easy to get to.  In this directory, create
    two subdirectories named "music" and "dialogue" (it makes life easier if you
    use these names).
    2. Extract a copy of MFAUDIO.EXE to each of these two subdirectories.
    3. From the game disc, copy everything in \MOVIES\ to the Music directory
    on your hard drive.
    4. From the game disc, copy everything in \AUDIO\MUSIC\ to the Music directory
    on your hard drive.
    5. From the game disc, copy all of the files from \AUDIO\CUTSCENE\ and
    \AUDIO\NEWS\ to the Dialogue directory on your hard drive.
    6. Open my batch file in your .zip program.  Extract GTALCS_MUSIC.BAT to the
    Music directory and GTALCS_DIALOGUE.BAT to the Dialogue directory.
    7. Close all of the programs you have running.  This will free up as much
    resources on your computer as possible.
    8. Run each of the two .bat files.  Each file will open and close MFAudio,
    extracting the audio from each of the files you copied from the game disc.
    This process will take a few minutes to complete.  How fast it takes will
    depend on the speed of your computer's processor.  It *should* be done in
    well under 10 minutes, but I make no guarantees about that.
    9. You can now delete all of the .vb and .pss files you have in both directories
    on your hard drive.  These are the files you copied off of the game disc, and
    they are no longer needed at this point.  You can even delete both copies of
    MFAUDIO.EXE in each directory.  All that should be left are the .wav files.
    This will ensure that you have as much free space as possible for the next
    steps, and to prevent you from getting confused by having too many files to work
    10. Now that you have all of these large wav files on your hard drive, you
    can do lots of things with them (wav is a very common format).  First you
    may want to maximize or normalize the volume and/or remove any silence
    from the ends of the wav files.  You'll need an audio editor like Goldwave,
    though any decent one will do.
    Now, chances are, you'll want to do one of two things with the wav files: put
    them on an audio CD so that you can listen to them on an audio CD player or
    convert them to MP3 format for listening on your computer or a portable
    MP3 player.
    AUDIO CD - You'll need a CD-RW drive (or "CD burner" as it's sometimes
    called) and a CD making program (one probably came with the drive when you
    bought it).  Just follow the directions in the program and you shouldn't
    have a problem.  If you have any problems, contact the folks who made the
    program you're using, not me.
    If you wish to split the radio station files into separate files, so you can
    make individual tracks when you burn them to CDs, you can use Goldwave's
    "Cue Points" feature to set the spots where you want the files to be splitted
    (read the program documentation to learn how to use it), then burn all of the
    resulting files in order without any pause/silence inbetween (the pause/silence
    is usually associated to the file it is placed BEFORE).  This is how I did it
    with a few different CDs I've made.
    MP3 - You'll need an encoding program.  Most should be able to convert all of
    your wav files to mp3 files in one go.
    Once your files are successfully burned to an audio CD or encoded into MP3
    files, you can safely delete all of the wavs.  You might want to keep a copy of
    MFAudio somewhere on your hard drive because you never know when you'll have a
    use for it.
    ** REMEMBER **
    These files should NOT be shared with friends, uploaded to the Internet or
    shared on peer-to-peer networks.  Everything I've told you in this guide
    is for YOUR USE ONLY!
    For those people who wish to convert the files on the game disc one by one,
    here's the manual information you'll need.  You'll still need to copy all of
    the files you want to convert from the game disc to your hard drive.
    1. In MFAudio, click "Options" at the bottom left and set as follows:
       Sony ADPCM - Use Extended Flagging? YES (DEFAULT)
       PSS - Scan whole file for streams? NO (DEFAULT)
       PSS - Scan up to ? MB? 8 (DEFAULT)
       VAG - VAG version number? 0x3 (DEFAULT)
       RAW - Default PCM frequency? 32000 (48000 default)
       RAW - Default ADPCM frequency? 32000 (44100 default)
       Set as default player for? None of the options. (DEFAULT)
    Setting these options like so will make it faster for you to convert the files.
    2. Click "Open" at the top right, and navigate to your hard drive (where you
    copied all of the files).  Find the first file you wish to convert, select it,
    and press Open.
    3. The "Input Audio File" values should be set as follows:
       File Format: RAW - Raw Sound Data - Compressed ADPCM
       Frequency: 32000 Hz
       Samples: 16 bits
       Channels: 2
       Interleave: 2000
       Offset: 0 Bytes
       Stream: [greyed out]
    * For the four movie .PSS files, the settings should be:
       File Format: PSS - PS2 Movie Audio Stream - Compressed ADPCM
       Frequency: 48000 Hz
       Samples: 16 bits
       Channels: 2
       Interleave: 200
       Offset: [greyed out]
       Stream: 00
    Click Play, and if the audio sounds right, click Stop.  If it sounds
    wrong, click Stop and review your settings - you've done something wrong.
    4. Now, fill in the values in the "Output Audio File" section:
       File Format: WAV - Microsoft RIFF - Uncompressed PCM
       Frequency: [32000 or 48000 depending on input]
       Samples: 16 bits
       Channels: 2
       Interleave: [greyed out]
    5. Click "Save As" and navigate to any folder on your hard drive where you
    wish to keep your files.  Type in a filename for the file, then click Save.
    6. Finally, click "Process."  When the blue bar reaches the end, your file
    conversion is complete.  This time varies greatly depending on your
    computer's specs and the length of the track you are copying.
    You will need to repeats steps 2 through 6 for EACH file you want to
    These are the credits as written in the game's manual.
    DJ Banter, Talk Radio, Commercials and Imaging written by: Dan Houser and Lazlow
    Production by: Lazlow
    IMAGING VOICES: Smith Harrison, Karen Saltus
    Heartland Values With Nurse Bob
    Nurse Bob - Chuck Montgomery
    GUESTS AND CALLERS: Ayana Osada, Nick Montgomery, Russell Lewis, Nick Born, Sean
    Macaluso, Kerry Shaw, Chad Johnson, Craig Conner, Mary Elizabeth, Rob Cross,
    Josh Bitney.
    Electron Zone
    Steve - Ptolemy Slocum
    Bill - Michael Urichek
    CALLERS: Alice Saltzman, Jeremy Wheaton, Ryan Rayhill, Maine Anderson,
    Patton Oswalt, Wil Wheaton, Anthony Cumia, Madena Parwana.
    Breathing World
    Melissa Chowder - Ashley Albert
    Crow -- Gregg Martin
    Coq 'O' Vin
    Richard Goblin - Mike Shapiro
    IMAGING VOICE: Ben Krech
    CALLERS: Franceska Clemens, Sarah Bloodsworth, Adam Deher, Martha Morrison,
    Carmelo Gaeta.
    Lazlow as himself
    CALLERS: Susan Lewis, Ben Weaver, Jacky Bam Bam, Ben Sparks, Deanna Moyer,
    Liezl Jacinto, Joshua Batista, Gregg Opie Hughes, Sondra James, Elizabeth
    DJ: Michael Hunt - Russ Mottla
    IMAGING VOICES: Jeff Berlin, Katelyn Hutchinson.
    Conor & Jay
    Written by Craig Conner & Julie Wemyss | Produced by Craig Conner | Guitars by
    Jon McCavish | Vocals by Julie Wemyss and Craig Conner
    "The One For Me"
    Cloud Nineteen
    Written & Produced by Will Morton | Additional Lyrics by Paul Mackie | Guitars
    by Allan Walker & Chris Morton | Lead Vacals by Raff | Backing Vocals by Paul
    Mackie & Raff
    "Take The Pain"
    Written & Produced by Will Morton & Chris Morton | Additional Lyrics by Paul
    Mackie | Lead Vocals by Paul Mackie | Additional Vocals by Will Morton
    "Free Yourself"
    L-Marie featuring Raff
    Written & Produced by Craig Conner | Vocals by L-Marie and Raff | Backing Vocals
    by Craig Conner
    15 Ways
    Written & Produced by Colin Entwistle | Vocals by Paul Mackie
    "Welcome To TheReal World"
    Rosco Stow
    Written & Produced by Craig Conner | Guitars, Written, Produced and Performed by
    Allan Walker | Lead Vocals by Andy Dorrat | Backing Vocals by Craig Conner, Anna
    Stuart and Kim Gurney
    "Keep Dreaming"
    Vanilla Smoothie
    Written & Produced by Alastair MacGregor | Guitars by Allan Walker | Vocals by
    Fiona Stoddart
    LIPS 106
    Cliff - Ed McMann
    Andee - Shelley Miller
    IMAGING VOICE: Jonathan Hanst
    IMAGING PRODUCTION: Jonathan Hanst
    "Funk In Time"
    Rudy La Fontaine
    Written & Produced by Jon McCavish | Guitars by Julian Pais | Vocals by
    Julian Pais
    "Love Is The Feeling"
    Written by Craig Conner & Julie Wemyss | Produced by Craig Conner | Vocals by
    Julie Wemyss
    "Mine Until Monday"
    Sunshine Shine
    Written & Produced by Will Morton | Additional Lyrics by Paul Mackie | Vocals by
    Paul Mackie & Raff
    "Get Down"
    Credit Check
    Written & Produced by Alastair MacGregor | Guitars by Martyn Livingstone | Bass
    by Andy Wilson | Vocals by Louise Ferrier
    Cool Timers
    Written & Produced by Craig Conner | Vocals by Julie Wemyss
    Nina Barry
    Written & Produced by Jon McCavish | Vocals by Riz Maslen
    "Into Something (C'mon Get Down)"
    The Jackstars
    Written & Produced By Craig Conner | Vocals by Lucie Danti-Juan | Backing vocals
    by Kevin Stacey & Craig Conner
    DJ: Sergio Boccino - Robert Blumenfeld
    CALLER: Gerald Cosgrove
    "Il Trovatore: Anvil Chorus"
    Composed by Giuseppi Verdi
    Performed by Nuremberg Symphonic Orchestra & Munich State Opera Choir
    Courtesy of Point Classics, LLC
    "Il Trovatore: Tacea la notte placida"
    Composed by Giuseppi Verdi
    Performed by Nuremberg Symphonic Orchestra & Munich State Opera Choir
    (Eva Illes, Soprano)
    Courtesy of Point Classics, LLC
    "Nabucco: Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves"
    Composed by Giuseppi Verdi
    Performed by Philharmonic Slavonica
    Courtesy of Point Classics, LLC
    "Cosi Fan Tutte: E amore un ladroncello"
    Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Perlormed by Bratislava Opera Soloists, Choir and Orchestra (Ida Kirilova
    Courtesy of Point Classics, LLC
    "Marriage of Figaro: Overture"
    Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Performed by London Philharmonic Orchestra
    Courtesy of Point Classics, LLC
    "I Pagliacci: Vesti la giubba"
    Composed by Ruggiero Leoncavallo
    Performed by Nuremberg Symphonic Orchestra (Jose Maria Perez, Tenor)
    Courtesy of Point Classics, LLC
    ENGINEERED BY: Mike Callaghan
    DJ: Boy Sanchez - Oliver Vaquer
    IMAGING VOICES: DJ Andre, Lupus Thunder, Andi Hanley, Mat Ckillz, Couzin Ed,
    Lazlow, Terry Donovan, Bill Brissette, Juan Aller, Ed Andrews, Xeni Jardin,
    Matthew Orr, Jeff Berlin.
    "Sing It Back (Boris Musical Mix)"
    Written by M. Brydon, R. Murphy | Published by Chrysalis Music (ASCAP) | Remix
    and Additional Production by Boris Dlugosch | (P) + (C) 1998 The Echo Label |
    Courtesy of Chrysalis Music Limited
    Ultra Nate
    Written by U. Nate, L. Springstcen, J. Ciafone | Published by Warner / Chappell
    Music / BMG Music | (P) + (C) 1997 Strictly Rhythm Records LLC | Courtesy of
    Warner Strategic Marketing
    "I Believe"
    Happy Clappers
    Written by C. Scott, G. Ripley, M. Knotts, M. Topham | Published by All Boys
    Music Ltd. | (P) + (C) 1994 C J Scott Productions | Courtesy of C J Scott
    "House Music"
    Eddie Amador
    Written by Eddie Amador | Published by Deep Dish Music | (P) + (C) 1998
    Yoshitoshi Records | Courtesy of Deep Dish Recordings, Inc. by arrangement with
    Nasseri Music Business Solutions
    "Feel What You Want"
    Kristine W
    Written by R. Dougan, R. Armstrong, K. Weitz | Published by BMG Music / Weitz
    House Publishing (ASCAP) / EMI Music Publishing | (P) + (C) 1996 RCA / BMG |
    Courtesy of Sony BMG Entertainment
    "Hideaway (Deep Dish Vocal Remix)"
    Written by K. Hedge, J. Milan | Published by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp |
    Remix and Additional Production by Deep Dish | (P) 1995 Easy Street Recordings
    Inc. | (C) 1998 Kickin Music Ltd. | Courtesy of Easy Street Recordings Inc. and
    Slip n' Slide Records
    "Spin Spin Sugar (Armand's Dark Garage Mix)"
    Sneaker Pimps
    Written by I. Pickering, L. Coverdale Howe, C. Corner | Remix and Additional
    Production by Armand Van Helden | Published by BMG Songs, Inc. | (P) + (C) 1997
    Clean Up Records Ltd. | Courtesy of EMI Music / One Little Indian, Ltd.
    "Plastic Dreams"
    Written by R. Albers | Published by TBM Holland | (P) 1992 R&S Records |
    (C) Robin Albers | Courtesy of Robin "Jaydee" Albers
    "Altered States"
    Ron Trent
    Written by R. Trent | Published by High Fashion Music / Nanada Music | (P) + (C)
    1993 Warehouse / Djax-Up Beats | Courtesy of High Fashion Music / Djax-Up Beats
    "There Will Come A Day (Half Tab Dab)"
    The Absolute featuring Suzanne Palmer
    Written by M. Pichiotti, C.J. Snider | Published by Much Noyse Music / Hoobini
    Music (ASCAP) | (P) + (C) 1995 Mark Productions, Inc. | Courtesy of Mark
    Productions, Inc.
    "Positive Education"
    Written by S. McMillan, O. Meikle, G. Gibbons, J. Muotone | Published by EMI
    Music Publishing | (P) + (C) 1997 Soma Recordings, Ltd. | Courtesy of Soma
    Recordings, Ltd.
    Green Velvet
    Written by C. Jones | Published by Curtis A. Jones Music (ASCAP) | (P) 1995
    Relief Records | (C) 2000 Warner Bros. Records and N.E.W.S. Records and Relief
    Records | Courtesy of Warner Strategic Marketing, N.E.W.S. Records, Relief
    "Circus Bells (Hardfloor Remix)"
    Robert Armani
    Written by R. Armani | Published by High Fashion Music / Nanada Music |
    (P) + (C) 1993 Warehouse / Djax-Up Beats | Courtesy of High Fashion Music /
    Djax-Up Beats
    "Higher State Of Consciousness"
    Written by J. Wink | Published by Strictly Rhythm Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP) /
    Warner / Chappell Music / Wink Inc. (ASCAP) / EMI Music Publishing | (P) + (C)
    1995 Strictly Rhythm Records LLC | Courtesy of Warner Strategic Marketing
    DJ: Panjit Gavaskar - Hajaz Akram
    IMAGING VOICE: Jessica Wachsman
    "Raghupati (Folk Tune)"
    Ananda Skankar
    Arranged by A. Shankar, Lewinson, Hassilev | Published by Warner Chappell Inc. |
    (P) + (C) 1970 Reprise Records for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. |
    Courtesy of Warner Strategic Marketing
    "Dum Maro Dum"
    Asha Bhosle
    Written by RD Burman, Anand Bakshi | Published by Saregama India Ltd. |
    (P) + (C) 1971 Saregama India Ltd. | Courtesy of Saregama India Ltd.
    "Neeve Nanna (Only You Were Mine)"
    Vijaya Anand
    Written by Vijaya Anand | Published by Shake Boom! (ASCAP) / Luaka Bop Inc. |
    (P) 1988 Lahari / Audiovision | (C) 1992 Sire Records Company | Courtesy of
    Luaka Bop Records
    Natacha Atlas
    Written by N. Atlas, J. Reynolds, J. Ahuns | Published by Warner Chappell Music
    Ltd. | (P) + (C) 1997 Nation Records Ltd. / Beggars Banquet Records Ltd. |
    Courtesy of Nation Records Ltd. / Beggars Banquet Records Ltd.
    "Hebeena Hebeena"
    Farid El Atrache
    Written by Barakat, Atrache | Published by Voices of Lebanon | (P) + (C) 1974
    Voices of Lebanon | Courtesy of EMI Music / EMI Music Arabia
    "Aini Bet Ref"
    Ahmed Mneimneh
    Written by A. Alishaan | Published by D. Dersahakian (ASCAP) | (P) + (C) Voice
    of Stars & Lys Records | Courtesy of Voice of Stars & Lys Records
    "Im Nin'Alu"
    Ofra Haza
    Traditional, Arranged by I. Ashdot, B. Nagari | Published by Blue Lake Music |
    (P) + (C) 1988 Sire Records Company | Courtesy of Warner Strategic Marketing
    "Ballaa Tsoubou Hal Kahwa"
    Samira Tawfic
    Written by R. Al Khylani, J. Al A'ss | Published by Copyright Control |
    (P) + (C) Voices of Lebanon | Courtesy of EMI Music / EMI Music Arabia
    DJ: Natalee Walsh Davis - Pascale Armand
    IMAGING VOICES: Karl Weibel, Pat McKay
    IMAGING PRODUCTION: Jay Wright Pmductions
    "Pick a Sound"
    Selah Collins, Ruddy Ranks, Redeye
    Written by S. Collins, H. Burke, E. Donaldson | Published by Copyright Control /
    MCPS | (P) 1988 by R. Fearon | Courtesy of Honest Jons Records
    "What a Wonderful Feeling"
    Errol Bellot, Ruddy Ranks, Redeye
    Written by E. Bellot, H. Burke, E. Donaldson | Published by MCPS | (P) 1988 by
    R. Fearon | Courtesy of Honest Jons Records
    "Watch How the People Dancing"
    Kenny Knots, Ruddy Ranks, Redeye
    Written by K. Wright | Published by Jetstar | Courtesy of Honest Jons Records
    "Lean Boot"
    Richie Davis, Ruddy Ranks, Redeye
    Written by R. Davis, H. Burke, E. Donaldson | Published by Westbury Music /
    MCPS | (P) 1988 by R. Fearon | Courtesy of Honest Jons Records
    "Ready For the Dancehall Tonight"
    Peter Bouncer, Ruddy Ranks, Redeye
    Written by Peter McKenzie, H. Burke, E. Donaldson | Published by MCPS |
    (P) 1988 by R. Fearon | Courtesy of Honest Jons Records
    "You Ha Fe Cool"
    Richie Davis, Ruddy Ranks,Redeye
    Written by R. Davis, H. Burke, E. Donaldson | Published by Westbury Music /
    MCPS | (P) 1988 by R. Fearon | Courtesy of Honest Jons Records
    "Ring My Number"
    Kenny Knots, Ruddy Ranks, Redeye
    Written by Kenneth Wright, H. Burke, E. Donaldson | Published by MCPS |
    (P) 1988 by R. Fearon | Courtesy of Honest Jons Records
    "Run Come Call Me"
    Kenny Knots, Ruddy Ranks, redeye
    Written by Kenneth Wright, H. Burke, E. Donaldson | Published by MCPS |
    (P) 1988 by R. Fearon | Courtesy of Honest Jons Records
    DJ: DJ Clue as himself
    IMAGING VOICES: Jay Wright, Tom Yankowski, Chris Mercado, Vanessa Grullon.
    IMAGING PRODUCTION: Jay Wright Productions
    "All I Need"
    Method Man
    Written by C. Smith, R. Diggs | Published by Sony BMG Music | (P) + (C) 1994
    Def Jam Recordings | Courtesy of Def Jam Recordings /UME
    "Shook Ones Pt. II"
    Mobb Deep
    Written by A. Johnson, K. Muchita | Published by BMG Songs Inc. (ASCAP) | (P) +
    (C) 1995 BMG Music Courtesy of RCA Records by arrangement with Sony BMG Ent.
    "Incarcerated Scarfaces"
    Written by R. Diggs, C. Woods, A. Tilman | Published by Careers-BMG Music
    Publishing Inc. / Wu Tang Publishing (BMI) / Bridgeport Music | (P) + (C) 1995
    BMG Music Courtesy of RCA Records by arrangement with Sony BMG Ent. | This track
    contains a sample of "You're Getting A Little Too Smart" as performed by The
    Detroit Emeralds. Courtesy of Westbound Records. Used by permission. All rights
    Wrinen by V. Santiago, J. Olivier, S. Barnes | Published by Suite 1202 Music /
    Jose Luis Gotcha Music (BMI) / Slamuwell Productions/ Jelly Jams LLC (ASCAP) /
    12 & Under Music / Jumping Bean Songs LLC (BMI) | (P) + (C) 1998 Penalty
    Recordings Courtesy of Warner Strategic Marketing
    "Shut 'Em Down (Remix)"
    Onyx featuring Noreaga & Big Pun
    Written by F. Scruggs, K. Jones, T. Taylor, E. Hinson, E. Simmons | Published
    by Universal Music / Let Me Show You Music / Jelly Jams Music / III Posse
    Music / Ill Hill Billy'z Music / Warner-Tamerlane Music | (P) + (C) 1998 Rush
    Associated Labels Recordings | Courtesy of Universal Music Enterprises
    Big Pun
    Written by C. Rios, J. Tineo | Published by Let Me Show You Music /Joe Cartegena
    Music (ASCAP), Administered by Jelly Jams Music (BMI) / P.H.D. Music (ASCAP) |
    (P) + (C) 1998 Loud Records LLC | Courtesy of Columbia Records by arrangement
    with Sony BMG Ent.
    "Twinz (Deep Cover 98)"
    Big Pun
    Written by C. Rios, J. Cartegena, C. Brodus, A. Young, C. Wolfe | Published by
    Let Me Show You Music / Joe Cartegena Music (ASCAP) / Jelly Jams Music (BMI) /
    Sony Tunes Inc. (ASCAP) | (P) + (C) 1998 Loud Records LLC Courtesy of Columbia
    Records by arrangement with Sony BMG Ent. | This track contains a sample of
    "Deep Cover" as performed by Dr. Dre. Courtesy of Solar Records. Used by
    permission. All rights reserved.
    "Get At Me Dog"
    DMX featuring Sheek of The Lox
    Wntten by E. Simmons, D. Blackman, A. Fields, S. Taylor | Published by
    Universal Music Publishing / EMI April Music/ Sony ATV Tunes | (P) + (C)
    1998 Rush Associated Labels Recordings Courtesy of Universal Music Enterprises
    "Ruff Ryders Anthem (Remix)"
    DMX featuring DJ Clue, Jadakiss, Styles, Drag-On & Eve
    Written by J. Phillips, M.J. Smalls, E. Shaw, K. Ifill, E. Simmons, K. Dean,
    E. Jeffers | Published by Universal Music Publishing / EMI Music Publishing |
    (P) + (C) 1998 Roc-a-Fella Records | Courtesy of Universal Music Enterprises
    "Do What You Feel"
    Redman featuring Method Man
    Written by P. Michael, R. Noble, C. Smith | Published by Careers BMG / Sony ATV
    Tunes / Famous Music | (P) + (C) 1996 Def Jam Courtesy of Universal Music
    "Chain Gang Freestyle"
    The Lox & Black Rob
    Written by Frierson, Phillips, Styles, Jacobs, Ross, Shaw | Published by EMI
    Music Publishing | Courtesy of Bad Boy Records
    "Chest2chest Freestyle"
    The Lox
    Written by Phillips, Styles, Jacobs, Shaw, Barnes, Lemay, Montgomery | Published
    by Taggie Music (BMI) / Universal Polygram Int'l. (ASCAP) / EMI Music Publishing
    | Courtesy of Bad Boy Records | this track contains a sample of "Next Level" as
    performed by Showbiz & AG. Courtesy of Universal Music Enterprises. Used by
    permission. All rights reserved.
    MSX 98
    MC: Codebreaker as himself
    DJ: Timecode
    "Renegade Snares"
    Omni Trio
    Written, Produced & Engineered by R. Haigh | Published by Moving Shadow Music
    Ltd. | (P) + (C) 1993 Moving Shadow Ltd. | Courtesy of Moving Shadow Ltd.
    Written, Produced & Engineered by A. Dookith | Published by Moving Shadow Music
    Ltd. | (P) + (C) 1994 Moving Shadow Ltd. | Courtesy of Moving Shadow Ltd.
    "Finest Illusion (Legal Mix)"
    Foul Play
    Written, Produced & Engineered by J. Morrow, S. Bradshaw, S. Gurley | Published
    by Moving Shadow Music Ltd. | (P) + (C) 1993 Moving Shadow Ltd. | Courtesy of
    Moving Shadow Ltd.
    "Living For the Future (FBD Project Remix)"
    Omni Trio
    Written, Produced & Engineered by R. Haigh | Published by Moving Shadow Music
    Ltd. | (P) + (C) 1994 Moving Shadow Ltd. | Courtesy of Moving Shadow Ltd.
    "Stay Calm (Foul Play Remix)"
    DJ Pulse
    Written, Produced &. Engineered by A. Brown | Published by Moving Shadow Music
    Ltd. | (P) + (C) 1994 Moving Shadow Ltd. | Courtesy of Moving Shadow Ltd.
    "Disturbance (Tango Remix)"
    Hyper-On Experience
    Written, Produced & Engineered by A. Banks, D. Demierre | Published by Moving
    Shadow Music Ltd | (P) + (C) 1994 Moving Shadow Ltd. | Courtesy of Moving
    Shadow Ltd.
    "Cold Fresh Air"
    Higher Sense
    Written, Produced & Engineered by A. Miles, DJ Rhythm | Published by Moving
    Shadow Music Ltd. | (P) + (C) 1994 Moving Shadow Ltd. | Courtesy of Moving
    Shadow Ltd.
    "Living For the Future"
    Omni Trio
    Written, Produced & Engineered by R. Haigh | Published by Moving Shadow Music
    Ltd. | (P) + (C) 1994 Moving Shadow Ltd. | Courtesy of Moving Shadow Ltd.
    "Thru The Vibe (2 on 1 Mix)"
    Omni Trio
    Written, Produced & Engineered by R. Haigh | Published by Moving Shadow Music
    Ltd. | (P) + (C) 1994 Moving Shadow Ltd. | Courtesy of Moving Shadow Ltd.
    "The Helicopter Tune"
    Deep Blue
    Written, Produced & Engineered by S. O'Keefe | Published by Moving Shadow Music
    Ltd. | (P) + (C) 1994 Moving Shadow Ltd. | Courtesy of Moving Shadow Ltd.
    "Dred Bass"
    Dead Dred
    Written, Produced & Engineered by W. Smith, L. Smith | Published by Moving
    Shadow Music Ltd. | (P) + (C) 1994 Moving Shadow Ltd. | Courtesy of Moving
    Shadow Ltd.
    DJ: Reni Wassulmaier - Barbara Rosenblatt
    IMAGING VOICE: Mike Shapiro
    "First Hand Experience In Second Hand Love"
    Written by G. Moroder, P. Bellotte | Published by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) |
    (P) + (C) 1977 Giorgio Moroder | Courtesy of Giorgio Moroder
    "I Wanna Rock You"
    Written by G. Moroder, H. Faltermeyer, K. Forsey | Published by WB Music Corp.
    (ASCAP) | (P) + (C) 1979 Giorgio Moroder | Courtesy of Giorgio Moroder
    Written by G. Moroder, H. Faltermeyer, P. Bellotte | Published by WB Music Corp.
    (ASCAP) | (P) + (C) 1979 Giorgio Moroder | Courtesy of Giorgio Moroder
    Giorgio Moroder
    Written by G. Moroder | Published by Warner / Chappell Music | (P) + (C) 1978
    Casablanca Films / Columbia Pictures Courtesy of Sony Pictures Entertainment
    "I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone"
    Written by G. Moroder, P. Bellotte | Published by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) |
    (P) + (C) 1977 Giorgio Moroder | Courtesy of Giorgio Moroder
    "From Here To Eternity"
    Written by G. Moroder, P. Bellotte | Published by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) |
    (P) + (C) 1977 Casablanca Records Courtesy of Universal Music Enterprises
    Alex Anthony, Anouchka Benson, Audrey Amey, Bill Smith, Billy Gonzalez, Brian
    Thomas, Chris Jobin, Chris Silvestro, Craig Blair, Dan Houser, Dan Merrill,
    Ed Thomas, Ethan Abeles, Garth Johnston, Gregg Martin, Gregory Johnson, Hikari
    Yokoyama, James Ferrante, James Larson, Jay Capozello, Jayson Gladstone, Jeff
    Berlin, Jen Sweeney, Jessica Wachsman, JJ Adler, Jonathan Hanst, Joshua Batista,
    Karen Saltus, Koji Nonoyami, Lance Williams, Lazlow, Lynne Horton, Michael
    Nathan, Mike Ferrante Jr., Chris Ferrante, Mike Shapiro, Natalya Wilson, Noelle
    Sadler, Phil Mikkelson, Ron Reeve, Smith Harrison, Stacy Rachels, Steve Carlesi,
    Julie Wemyss, Kim Gurney.
    -- DIALOGUE --
    Salvatore Leone - Frank Vincent
    Toni Cipriani - Danny Mastrogiorgio
    Donald Love - Will Janowitz
    Vincenzo Cilli - Joe Lotruglio
    Maria Latore - Fiona Gallagher
    JD O'Toole - Greg Wilson
    Leon McAffrey - Ron Orbach
    Ray Machowski - Peter Appel
    Toshiko Kasen - Hannah Moon
    Ned Burner - Peter Bradbury
    Ma Cipriani - Sondra James
    Giovanni Casa - Joel Jones
    Kazuki Kasen - Keenan Shimizu
    Massimo Torini - Duccio Faggella
    Mickey Hamfists - Chris Tardio
    Jane Hopper - Gordana Rashovich
    Mayor O'Donovan - John Braden
    8 Ball - Guru
    Radio Newscaster - Sharon Washington
    TV Reporter - Brooke Alexander
    Una Cruickshank, Gregory Johnson, Sanford Santacroce, Ayana Osada.
    Jamie Hector, Jackson Loo, Bruce MacVittie, Jeff Gurner, Andrea Kessler, Lynne
    Horton, Phil Mikkelson, Koji Nonoyama, Devin Bennett, Jay Capozello, Mike
    Nathan, Ethan Abeles, Lance Williams, Natalya Wilson, Jay Gladstone, Craig
    Blair, Dave Edwards, Gregory Johnson, John Zurhellen, Blair Sadler, Georgia
    Sadler, Nicole Sadler, Judy Henderson, Kim Graham, Kerry Shaw, Tamara Carrion,
    Franceska Clemens, Navid Khonsari, Noelle Sadler, Nicholas Mongomery, Anthony
    Macbain, Ryan Rayhill, Josh Slater, Carmelo Gaeta, Hikari Yokoyama, Chris Jobin,
    Michael Rothstein, Stacey Rachels, Jennifer Koontz, Dan Merrill, Ali Khonsari,
    Ellen Rose, Chris Standal, Lorie Goodman, Neal Johnston, Son Garth, James
    Larsen, Karl Weibel, Ramin Khonsari, Ed. Thomas Jr., Stanton Sargent, Oswald
    Greene, Audrey Amey, Sanford Santacroce, Jeff Madrick, Ben Weaver, CS Lee,
    Yoshi Amao, Martha Morrison, Sarah Bloodsworth, Adam Deher, Billy Gonzalez.
    "March Popakov Remix"
    Danger Mouse
    Written by John Cacavas | Published by BMG Songs | (P) 2005 First Com Music |
    Courtesy of First Com Music
    "Japanese Geisha"
    Sonia Slany
    Written by Sonia Slany | Published by West One Music | Courtesy of APM Music,
    "The Heist"
    Bugz in the Attic
    Written by K. Tatham | Published by Copyright Control | (P) 2005 Bugz In The
    Attic | Courtesy of Bugz In The Attic | www.bugzintheattic.co.uk
    * No, you may not put this document on your website.  I have decided not to
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    * Everything I know about audio extraction is in this document.  I can't
    provide you with any technical support if you run into any problems because, to
    reiterate, everything I know is already in this document.  Maybe someone on the
    GameFaqs message boards can help you.
    * Do not e-mail me asking if I will share any audio files with you.  It is
    illegal to do, plus I don't have any files to share.  Everything I extracted
    to make the guide has long been deleted.
    * I can't make an audio extraction guide for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
    because it uses a completely different audio format than GTA 3, VC, and LCS.
    * I can't help you with audio extraction for any games I did not make guides
    for.  If the files on the game disc look similar to the ones used in the games
    that my guides cover, then you can try the techniques found in my guides.
    Otherwise you're out of luck.  Sorry.
    * I don't know how to extract audio from non-Playstation 2 versions of this
    game (or any other games).  My knowledge only covers the Playstation 2 system,
    and only the games I've written audio extraction guides for (though some of that
    info can be applied to other games that use the same audio formats).
    Ver. 1.0 (6/17/2006)
    The very first version of this guide.
    Ver. FINAL (9/21/2006)
    Added some information about San Andreas audio extraction to the top of the
    Introduction section.
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    Stories is copyright 2006 by Rockstar Games Inc., a subsidiary of Take-Two
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