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Flying Lotus Crafts a Heart-Racing Mix for 'Grand Theft Auto V'

Listen to an exclusive set from the video game soundtrack

Flying Lotus
Courtesy Rockstar Games
September 27, 2013 9:30 AM ET

Flying Lotus takes on Grand Theft Auto V with a brand-new mix for the game. "Fly Lo FM" includes songs from Outkast and Tyler, the Creator, in addition to mixes by the British dance favorite Lotus himself – and it won't be available for purchase.

Inside the 'Grand Theft Auto V' Soundtrack: Wavves, Flying Lotus, Tyler, the Creator and More

The mix features seductive tracks with hip-swaying beats and trouble-stirring rhythms perfect for the racing game. Check it out here. You can get The Music of Grand Theft Auto V here.

 

"Fly Lo FM" Tracklisting:
Flying Lotus "Getting There (featuring Niki Randa)"
Clams Casino "Crystals"
Flying Lotus "Crosswerved"
Flying Lotus "Bespin"
Flying Lotus "See Thru 2 U"
Flying Lotus "The Diddler"
Flying Lotus "Comptuer Face Remix"
Hudson Mohawke "100hm"
Flying Lotus "The Kill (featuring Niki Randa)"
Outkast "Elevators"
Captain Murphy "Evil Grin"
Flying Lotus "Catapult Man"
Dabrye "Encoded Flow"
Tyler, the Creator "Garbage"
Flying Lotus "Like Yesterday"
Machinedrum "She Died There"
DJ Rashad "Fuck T-Why"
Thundercat "O Shiet It's X"
Flying Lotus "Stonecutters"
Shadow Child "23"
Kingdom "Stalker"
Aphex Twin – "Windowlicker"

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