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Grand Theft Auto 2 (Wankers on duty)

Game info

Name: Grand Theft Auto 2
Alternate name: GTA 2 (Official abbreviation)
Characteristics: Action, Racing / Driving, Top-Down, Shooter
Publishers: Take 2 Interactive, Rockstar Games, Take 2, Rockstar
Developer: DMA Design
Original/port composers: Stuart Ross, Paul Scargill, Colin Anderson, Craig Conner, Bert Reid
PlayStation (26 Oct 1999)
DreamCast (02 May 2000) - United States
DreamCast (28 Jul 2000) - Europe
Game Boy Color (10 Nov 2000) - Europe
PC Windows (24 Nov 2000) - Europe

Music info

Released: 26 Oct 1999
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Da Hool
Info Source: synSONIQ Records
Music type: Other
Num of tunes: 4
Num of CDs: 1

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Facts / description

This Maxi-Single is the official Soundtrack to Grand Theft Auto 2. Listening to this song during you jobs at GTA2.

From: http://www.synsoniq.com/productdetails.php?partner=13&pid=149&langchange=2


1.  Radio Version 
2.  Hands up - Wankers Mix
3.  Clubmix
4.  Bonus Track: MArching Wankers

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