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The end credits of Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories show various people driving around within Portland in Liberty City from various different perspectives.

Credits[]

Rockstar North[]

Producer[]

Art Director[]

Technical Direction[]

Written By[]

Programming[]

  • Alexander Roger
  • Alexander Illes
  • Andrzej Madajczyk
  • Barane Chan
  • Derek Payne
  • Derek Ward
  • Gordon Yeoman
  • Graeme Williamson
  • Greg Smith
  • James Broad
  • John Gurney
  • John Whyte
  • Keith McLeman
  • Mark Nicholson
  • Shaun McKillop

Audio Programmer[]

Sound Design and Mastering[]

Lead Cut-Scene Animator[]

Cut-Scene Animator[]

  • Dermot Bailie

Character Animator[]

  • Felipe Busquets

In-Game Animation[]

  • Gus Braid
  • Terry Kenny

Character Artist[]

Vehicle Artist[]

Additional Art[]

Music Producer[]

Audio Design and Dialogue Editor[]

Additional Dialogue Editor[]

  • Jon McCavish

Development Support[]

  • Milly Cottam

Graphic Designers[]

  • Stuart Petri
  • Steve Walsh

Lead Level Design[]

Level Design[]

QA Manager[]

Senior Lead Test[]

  • Neil Corbett

Lead Test[]

Build Engineer / Lead Test[]

  • Neil Walker

Audio Test[]

Test[]

  • Brian Kelly
  • Lindsay Robertson
  • Sundram Soosay
  • Eugene Kuczerepa
  • Surian Christopher Soosay
  • Ben Abbott
  • Oliver Elliott
  • Louis Dinan
  • Bobby Wright
  • Thomas Philips
  • Nick Rees
  • Ivor Williams

Test Tools Programming[]

IT Manager[]

  • Lorraine Roy

IT Support[]

Studio Director[]

Office Administration[]

Administration Support[]

  • Charlene Maguire
  • Kim Wilson

Rockstar Leeds[]

Studio Director[]

Head of Development[]

Lead Programming[]

  • Andrew Greensmith
  • Matthew Shepcar

Console Programming[]

  • Nigel Conroy
  • Richard Frankish
  • Andrew Greensmith
  • Robin Mangham
  • Damian McKenna
  • Finlay Munro
  • Stuart Roskell
  • Matthew Shepcar

Programming[]

  • Jon Bellamy
  • Ross Childs
  • Nigel Conroy
  • Neil Dodwell
  • Alastair Dukes
  • David Hübner
  • Robin Mangham
  • Jason McGann
  • Warren Merrifield
  • Stephen McGreal

Sound Programming[]

  • Finlay Munro
  • Charles Waddington

Art Director[]

Art Department Director[]

Lead Character Artist[]

  • Paul Smith

Character Artist[]

  • Chris Allison

Lead City Artist[]

  • Dan Roberts

City Artists[]

Cutscene Interiors[]

  • Izzy Stewart

Concept Artist[]

  • John Wigley

Additional Character Animation[]

  • Alan Bowker

Additional Artists[]

Design Director[]

  • David Bland

Lead Level Design[]

  • John Li

Senior Level Design[]

  • Tony Gowland
  • Martyn Bramall

Level Design[]

  • Sam Hackett
  • Stephen Robertson
  • Tom Kingsley
  • Chris Edwards
  • Kris Gormley

Associate Designer[]

  • Mark McGinley

QA Manager[]

  • Paul Colls

QA[]

  • Jody Cobb
  • Luke Brown
  • Nick Robey
  • Matthew Haven

Company Secretary[]

IT Manager[]

  • Chris Waring

Rockstar NYC[]

Executive Producer[]

VP of Creative[]

  • Dan Houser

VP of Development[]

Art Director[]

Chief Technology Officer[]

Associate Producer[]

Director of Quality Assurance[]

Senior Lead Analyst[]

  • Lance Williams

Project Lead[]

  • Jameel Vega

Rockstar Test Team[]

Business Development Director[]

  • Sean Macaluso

Soundtrack Supervision[]

Cut-Scenes & Dialogue[]

Motion Capture Director[]

Motion Capture Performed By[]

Voices Performed By[]

Pedestrian Dialogue[]

Pedestrian Voices[]

Additional Motion Graphics[]

  • Maryam Parwana

Dialogue Recording & Mixing[]

  • Nicholas Montgomery

Foley Recording[]

  • Brian Scibinico

Foley recorded at Dig It Studios

Production Team[]

Casting[]

  • Judy Henderson and Associates

Motion Capture recorded at Perspective Studios

Radio[]

DJ Banter, Talk Radio, Commercials and Imaging written by Dan Houser and Lazlow

Production By[]

  • Lazlow

LCFR[]

Imaging Voices[]
Heartland Values with Nurse Bob[]
Guests and Callers[]
Electron Zone[]
Callers[]
Breathing World[]
Coq 'O' Vin[]
Imaging Voice[]
Callers[]
  • Franceska Clemens
  • Sarah Bloodsworth
  • Adam Deher
  • Martha Morrison
  • Carmelo Gaeta
Chatterbox[]
  • Lazlow as himself
Callers[]

Head Radio[]

DJ[]
Imaging Voices[]
Imaging Production[]
  • Jeff Berlin
"Train"[]
  • Conor & Jay
  • Written by Craig Conner & Julie Wemyss
  • Produced by Craig Conner
  • Guitars by Jon McCavish
  • Vocals by Julia 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 Vocals by Raff
  • Backing Vocals by Paul Mackie & Raff
"Take The Pain"[]
  • Purser
  • 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
"Drive"[]
  • 15 Ways
  • Written & Produced by Colin Entwistle
  • Vocals by Paul Mackie
"Welcome To The Real World"[]
  • Rosco Stow
  • Written & Produced by Craig Conner
  • Guitars Written, Produced & Performed by Allan Walker
  • Lead Vocals by Andy Dorrat
  • Backing Vocals by Craig Conner, Anna Stuart and Kim Gurney
"Keep Dreaming"[]

Lips 106[]

DJs[]
Imaging Voice[]
Imaging Production[]
  • Jonathan Hanst
"Funk In Time"[]
"Love Is The Feeling"[]
  • Sawarr
  • Written by Craig Conner and 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"[]
"Tonight"[]
  • Cool Timers
  • Written & Produced by Craig Conner
  • Vocals by Julie Wemyss
"Bassmatic"[]
"Into Something (C'mon Get Down)"[]

Double Clef FM[]

DJ[]
Caller[]
"Il Trovatore: Anvil Chorus"[]
  • Composed by Giuseppe Verdi
  • Performed by Nuremberg Symphonic Orchestra & Munich State Opera Choir
  • Courtesy of Point Classics, LLC
"Il Trovatore: Tacea la notte placida"[]
  • Composed by Giuseppe 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 Giuseppe Verdi
  • Performed by Philharmonia Slavonica
  • Courtesy of Point Classics, LLC
"Cosi fan tutte: E amore un ladroncello"[]
  • Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Performed by Bratislava Opera Soloists, Choir and Orchestra (Ida Kirilova "Dorabella")
  • 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 (José Maria Perez, Tenor)
  • Courtsey of Point Classics, LLC

Rise FM[]

  • Engineered by Mike Callaghan
DJ[]
Imaging Voices[]
"Sing It Back (Boris Musical Mix)"[]
  • Moloko
  • Written by M. Brydon & R. Murphy
  • Published by Chrysalis Music (ASCAP)
  • Remix and Additional Production by Boris Dlugosch
  • Copyright 1998 The Echo Label
  • Courtesy of Chrysalis Music Limited
"Free"[]
  • Ultra Nate
  • Written by U. Nate, L. Springsteen & J. Ciafone
  • Published by Warner / Chappell Music / BMG Music
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 1994 C J Scott Productions
  • Courtesy of C J Scott Productions
"House Music"[]
  • Eddie Amador
  • Written by Eddie Amador
  • Published by Deep Dish Music
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 1996 RCA / BMG
  • Courtesy of Sony BMG Entertainment
"Hideaway (Deep Dish Vocal Remix)"[]
  • De'Lacy
  • Written by K. Hedge & J. Milan
  • Published by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp
  • Remix and Additional Production by Deep Dish
  • Copyright 1995 Easy Street Recordings Inc and 1998 Kickin Music Ltd
  • Courtsey 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 & Additional Production by Armand Van Helden
  • Published by BMG Songs,Inc
  • Copyright 1997 Clean Up RecordsLtd
  • Courtesy of EMI Music / One Little Indian, Ltd
"Plastic Dreams"[]
  • Jaydee
  • Written by R. Albers
  • Published by TBM Holland
  • Copyright 1992 R & S Records and Robin Albers
  • Courtsey of Robin "Jaydee" Albers
"Altered States"[]
  • Ron Trent
  • Written by R. Trent
  • Published by High Fashion Music / Nanada Music
  • Copyright 1993 Warehouse Djax-Up Beats
  • Courtsey of High Fashion Music / Djax-Up Beats
"There Will Come A Day (Half Tab Dub)"[]
  • The Absolute featuring Suzanne Palmer
  • Written by M. Pichiotti & C.J. Snider
  • Published by Much Noyse Music / Hoobini Music (ASCAP)
  • Copyright 1995 Mark Productions, Inc
  • Courtesy of Mark Productions, Inc
"Positive Education"[]
  • Slam
  • Written by S. McMillan, O. Meikle, G. Gibbons & J. Muotone
  • Published by EMI Music Publishing
  • Copyright 1997 Soma Recordings Ltd
  • Courtesy of Soma Recordings Ltd
"Flash"[]
  • Green Velvet
  • Written by C. Jones
  • Published by Curtis A. Jones Music (ASCAP)
  • Copyright 1995 Relief Records, 2000 Warner Bros. Records and N.E.W.S. Records and Relief Records
  • Courtesy of Warner Strategic Marketing, N.E.W.S. Records and Relief Records
"Circus Bells (Hardfloor Remix)"[]
  • Robert Armani
  • Written by R. Armani
  • Published by High Fashion Music / Nanada Music
  • Copyright 1993 Warehouse / Djax-Up Beats
  • Courtesy of High Fashion Music / Djax-Up Beats
"Higher State of Consciousness"[]
  • Wink
  • Written by J. Wink
  • Published by Strictly Rhythm Publishing Inc. (ASCAP) / Warner / Chappell Music / Wink Inc. (ASCAP) / EMI Music Publishing
  • Copyright 1995 Strictly Rhythm Records LLC
  • Courtesy of Warner Strategic Marketing

Radio Del Mundo[]

DJ[]
Imaging Voice[]
"Raghupati (Folk Tune)"[]
  • Ananda Shankar
  • Arranged by A. Shankar, Lewinson & Hassilev
  • Published by Warner Chappell Inc.
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 1988 Lahari / Audiovision and 1992 Sire Records Company
  • Courtesy of Luaka Bop Records
"Kidda"[]
  • Natacha Atlas
  • Written by N. Atlas, J. Reynolds & J. Adams
  • Published by Warner Chappel Music Ltd
  • Copyright 1997 Nation Records Ltd / Beggars Banquet Records
  • Courtesy of Nation Records Ltd / Beggars Banquet Records
"Hebeena Hebeena"[]
  • Farid El Atrache
  • Written by Barakat Atrache
  • Published by Voices of Lebanon
  • Copyright 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)
  • Copyright Voice of Stars & Lys Records
  • Courtesy of Voice of Stars & Lys Records
"I'm Nin'Alu"[]
  • Ofra Haza
  • Traditional, Arranged by I. Ashdot & B. Nagari
  • Published by Blue Lake Music
  • Copyright 1988 Sire Records Company
  • Courtesy of Warner Strategic Marketing
"Ballaa Tsoubou Hal Kahwa"[]
  • Samira Tawfic
  • Written by R. Al Khylani & J. All A'ss
  • Published by Copyright Control
  • Copyright Voices of Lebanon
  • Courtesy of EMI Music / EMI Music Arabia

K-JAH[]

DJ[]
Imaging Voices[]
Imaging Production[]
  • Jay Wright Productions
"Pick A Sound"[]
  • Selah Collins, Ruddy Ranks, Redeye
  • Written by S. Collins, H. Burke & E. Donaldson
  • Published by Copyright Control / MCPS
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 1988 by R. Fearon
  • Courtesy of Honest Jons Records

The Liberty Jam[]

DJ[]
Imaging Voices[]
Imaging Production[]
  • Jay Wright Productions
"All I Need"[]
  • Method Man
  • Written by C. Smith & R. Diggs
  • Published by Sony BMG Music
  • Copyright 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)
  • Copyright 1995 BMG Music
  • Courtesy of RCA Records by arrangement with Sony BMG Ent
"Incarcerated Scarface"[]
  • Raekwon
  • Written by R. Diggs, C. Woods & A. Tilman
  • Published by Careers-BMG Music Publishing Inc. / Wu Tang Publishing (BMI) / Bridgeport Music
  • Copyright 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 reserved.
"N.O.R.E."[]
  • Noreaga
  • Written by V. Santiago, J. Olivier & S. Barnes
  • Published by Suite 1202 Music / Jose Luis Gotcha Music (BMI) / Slamuwell Productions / Jelly's Jam LLC (ASCAP) / 12 & Under Music / Jumpnig Bean Songs LLC (BMI)
  • Copyright 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 / Ill Posse Music / Ill Hill Billy'z Music / Warner-Tamerlane Music
  • Copyright 1998 Rush Associated Labels Recordings
  • Courtesy of Universal Music Enterprise
"Beware"[]
  • 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)
  • Copyright 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)
  • Copyright 1998 Loud Records LLC
  • Courtesy of Columbia Records by arrangeemnt 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
  • Written by E. Simmons, D. Blackman, A. Fields & S. Taylor
  • Published by Universal Music Publishing / EMI April Music / Sony ATV Tunes
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 1996 Def Jam
  • Courtesy of Universal Music Enterprises
"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, Barns, 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[]
DJ[]
Station Production[]
  • Timecode
"Renegade Snares"[]
  • Omni Trio
  • Written, Produced & Engineered by R. Haigh
  • Published by Moving Shadow Music Ltd
  • Copyright 1993 Moving Shadow Ltd
  • Courtesy of Moving Shadow Ltd
"Terrorist"[]
  • Renegade
  • Written, Produced & Engineered by A. Dookith
  • Published by Moving Shadow Music Ltd
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 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
  • Copyright 1994 Moving Shadow Ltd
  • Courtesy of Moving Shadow Ltd

Flashback FM[]

DJ[]
Imaging Voice[]
"First Hand Experience In Second Hand Love"[]
  • Giorgio
  • Written by G. Moroder & P. Bellotte
  • Published by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)
  • Copyright 1977 Giorgio Moroder
  • Courtesy of Giorgio Moroder
"I Wanna Rock You"[]
  • Giorgio
  • Written by G. Moroder, H. Faltermeyer & K. Forsey
  • Published by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)
  • Copyright 1979 Giorgio Moroder
  • Courtesy of Giorgio Moroder
"E=MC2"[]
  • Giorgio
  • Written by G. Moroder, H. Faltermeyer & P. Bellotte
  • Published by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)
  • Copyright 1979 Giorgio Moroder
  • Courtesy of Giorgio Moroder
"Chase"[]
  • Giorgio Moroder
  • Written by G. Moroder
  • Published by Warner / Chappell Music
  • Copyright 1978 Casablanca Films / Columbia Pictures
  • Courtesy of Sony Pictures Entertainment
"I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone"[]
  • Giorgio
  • Written by G. Moroder & P. Bellotte
  • Published by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)
  • Copyright 1977 Giorgio Moroder
  • Courtesy of Giorgio Moroder
"From Here to Eternity"[]
  • Giorgio
  • Written by G. Moroder & P. Bellotte
  • Published by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)
  • Copyright 1977 Casablanca Records
  • Courtesy of Universal Music Enterprises

Commercial Voices[]

Cutscene Music[]

"Japanese Geisha"[]
  • Sonia Slany
  • Written by Sonia Slany
  • Published by West One Music
  • Courtesy of APM Music, LLC
"The Heist"[]
  • Bugz in the Attic
  • Written by K. Tatham
  • Published by Copyright Control
  • Copyright 2005 Bugz In The Attic
  • Courtesy of Bugz In The Attic

www.bugzintheattic.co.uk

"A Dark March"[]
  • Danger Mouse
  • Written by Danger Mouse
  • Published by Underground Animals (ASCAP)

Rockstar NYC Publishing Team[]

Cover Art[]

Rockstar London PD[]

  • Chris Madgwick
  • Chris Wood
  • Daimion Pinnock
  • David McCarthy
  • Graham Ainsley
  • Jurgen Mol
  • Laura Battistuzzi
  • Maike Köhler
  • Shino Hori
  • Lucien King

Rockstar Lincoln[]

QA Manager[]

Deputy QA Manager[]

  • Tim Bates

QA Supervisor[]

  • Kevin Hobson
  • Kit Brown

Lead Tester[]

  • Eddie Gibson

Secondary Lead Tester[]

  • Mike Bennett

Testers[]

  • Jonathan Stones
  • Mike Emeny
  • Andy Mason
  • Lee Johnson
  • Carl Young
  • Matthew Lunnon
  • Dan Goddard
  • Steve McGagh
  • Craig Reeve
  • Joby Luckett

Localization Team[]

Localization Supervisor[]
  • Chris Welsh
Testers[]
  • Antoine Cabrol
  • Dominic Garcia
  • Paolo Ceccotti
  • Ferruccio Cinquemani
  • Nicolas Klimoff
  • Jesus Pérez Rosales
IT Support[]
  • Nick McVey

SPECIAL THANKS[]

  • Scooter
  • Ross Wallace
  • Steve Taylor
  • Kevin Wong
  • Kevin Bolt
  • John Haime
  • Dave Watson
  • Thomas French
  • James Arthur
  • Martin Connor
  • Brendon McDonald
  • Julie Wemyss
  • Raff Crolla
  • James Duffy
  • Kim Gurney
  • Andrew Ness
  • Andy Brooks (Gearbox)
  • Alan McGregor
  • Chris McCallum
  • Fred Narns
  • Alan
  • Taruki
  • Red
  • Big Foot
  • Rita Liberator
  • Elliot Torres

Closing Credits Video[]

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