Arguably the greatest game to ever be released, Grand Theft Auto San Andreas wasn’t short of a good track. In fact, the whole GTA series is known for having amazing sound tracks.
The story follows Carl ‘CJ’ Johnson as he returns to Los Santos after the death of his mother. He finds himself falling back into the gangster life as he joins up with friends and family. Anyways, you get the picture. I’m sure everyone has played it. What made the game so special, other than the storyline, was the soundtracks.
Strongly hip hop orientated, a lot of people would have missed some of the house classics that this game had to offer. San Fierro Underground Radio (SF-UR) was a house music station voiced by Hans Oberlander. It featured tracks from the likes of Frankie Knuckles and Mr. Fingers.
Joe Smooth feat. Anthony Thomas – “Promised Land” (1988)
A Guy Called Gerald – “Voodoo Ray” (1988)
808 State – “Pacific 202” (1989)
Raze – “Break 4 Love” (1988)
CeCe Rogers – “Someday” (1987)
Frankie Knuckles feat. Jamie Principle – “Your Love” (1986)
Mr. Fingers – “Can You Feel It?” (1988)
Marshall Jefferson – “Move Your Body” (1986)
Nightwriters – “Let The Music Use You” (1987)
Maurice – “This Is Acid (A New Dance Craze) (K & T Mix)” (1989)
“All you had to do was follow the damn train CJ.”