Here are all the songs missing from ‘Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy’

Ozzy Osbourne, Kate Bush and Michael Jackson are among the artists who aren't returning

Rockstar Games has confirmed all the songs that will feature across the various radio stations on their remastered Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy. But not all the iconic songs have returned.

The game will feature over 200 songs, across 29 radio stations. Every song originally included in Grand Theft Auto 3 will also be a part of the soundtrack of this remastered collection but songs from the original Vice City and San Andreas playlist are missing.

Check out the complete list of missing tracks below:

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City


Ozzy Osbourne – ‘Bark At The Moon’
Kate Bush – ‘Wow’
Michael Jackson – ‘Billie Jean’
Lionel Richie – ‘Running With The Night’
Herbie Hancock – ‘Rockit’
Afrika Bambaataa + The Soulsonic Force – ‘Looking For the Perfect Beat’
Michael Jackson – ‘Wanna Be Starting Something’
Sigue Sigue Sputnik – ‘Love Missile F1-11’
Gary Numan – ‘Cars’
ABC – ‘Poison Arrow’
Aneka – ‘Japanese Boy’
The Buggles – ‘Video Killed The Radio Star’
Joe Jackson – ‘Steppin’ Out’
The Fixx – ‘One Thing Leads To Another
Quiet Riot – ‘Cum On Feel The Noize’


Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Tom Petty – ‘Runnin’ Down A Dream’
Joe Cocker – ‘Woman to Woman’
Fatback Band – Yum Yum (Gimme Some)’
The Gap Band – ‘You Dropped A Bomb On Me’
George Clinton – ‘Loopzilla’
Roy Ayers – ‘Running Away’
2 Pac – ‘I Don’t Give a Fuck’
NWA – ‘Express Yourself’
Ozzy Osbourne – ‘Hellraiser’
Rage Against The Machine – ‘Killing In The Name’
Black Harmony – ‘Don’t let It Go To Your Head’
Blood Sisters – ‘Ring My Bell’
Augustus Pablo – ‘King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown’
Charles Wright – ‘Express Yourself’
The Blackbyrds – ‘Rock Creek Park’
Bobby Byrd – ‘Hot Pants’
Bobby Byrd – ‘I Know You Got Soul’
James Brown – ‘Funky President’
James Brown – ’The Payback’
Lyn Collins – ‘Rock Me Again And Again’
The J.B.’s – ‘Grunt’

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy is out tomorrow (November 11) and console fans can now pre-load the game – although PC players will have to wait until launch day.

To celebrate the release, Rockstar Games have turned a series of iconic moments from the game into gifs, including the internet’s favourite “ah shit, here we go again” scene.