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    * GAME: Grand Theft Auto III
    * SYSTEM: Playstation 2
    * TITLE: Audio Extraction Guide
    * VERSION: FINAL (9/21/2006)
    * AUTHOR: Paul Rudoff
    * E-MAIL: http://www.theraffon.net/~spookcentral/email.htm
    * WEBSITE: http://www.spookcentral.tk
    1. Introduction & Special Legal Information
    2. System Requirements
    3. Radio Station List
    4. Dialogue List
    5. Extraction Walkthrough
    6. Audio Credits
    7. Quick Answers
    8. Revision History
    9. Copyright Notice & Disclaimer
       *  This guide will only tell you how to extract the audio for   *
       *  your listening pleasure.  It won't tell you how to rebuild   *
       *    the game with new music, because I don't know how to do    *
       *        that, and I don't care to know how to do that.         *
          #   To do SAN ANDREAS AUDIO EXTRACTION, check out the             #
          # "San Andreas Radio" program listed on my PlayStation            #
          #  page (http://www.theraffon.net/~spookcentral/playstation.htm). #
    \AUDIO\ASUKA\A8_PS.VB -- MFAudio can play this file, but it hangs when trying
    to convert it; has commented ("rem") out of the batch file for the time being.
    I am a big fan of the Grand Theft Auto series.  The quality of the voice acting
    and the care that is put into the radio stations is one of the game's biggest
    assets.  There are very few other games that are this good when it comes to the
    I've written several audio/music extraction guides for the WWF/WWE SmackDown!
    series of PlayStation 2 games, but this is my first for the Grand Theft Auto
    series.  This guide lists of all of the audio I could find on the game disc,
    including audio that most people probably could care less about.
    The basic extraction information in this guide is based on Splintax's "Grand
    Theft Auto: Vice City Music Hacking Guide" (also available for download at
    www.gamefaqs.com).  I owe a great debt of gratitude to him and his guide.
    Without it I never would have known how to digitally extract audio from ANY
    PlayStation 2 games.
    As far as I know, this is perfectly legal.  You are merely making a backup
    copy of what you already own and leaving it on a storage device (hard
    drive, CD, etc.) for future use.
    However, it is ILLEGAL for you to put any of the music you have copied
    onto the Internet.  This includes, but is not limited to, placing the
    sound files as downloads on your personal homepage or a corporate music
    collection or sharing the files on a peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing
    network such as Kazaa, iMesh, Grokster, etc.  You may NOT distribute these
    files between you and other acquaintances through any means whatsoever.
    Anything you do as a result of this guide is completely your
    responsibility, and neither the author nor any other third party will take
    responsibility for your actions.
    Along with the Grand Theft Auto III game disc, you will need the following
    on/in your computer in order to do the music extraction.
    1. A DVD-ROM drive, or any other optical drive that is able to read DVD
       data discs.
    2. Microsoft Windows 95 or higher (unconfirmed about 95, but I know it
       works on 98, 2000, and XP)
    3. Three gigabytes of free space on your hard drive.  I don't know what's
       the least you could have to do this, but three gigs would give PLENTY
       of room to do everything with space left over.  Otherwise you may have
       to convert files a few at a time.
    4. A copy of MFAudio, which you can download from my PlayStation page
    5. A copy of my MFAudio batch file for the game, which you can also download
       from my PlayStation page.
    You'll also need a program that can handle .zip files.  If you don't have one,
    you should be able to find plenty at: http://www.snapfiles.com
    * An audio editor. (personal suggestion: Goldwave)
    * A CD making program (one probably came with the drive when you
    bought it). (personal suggestion: Easy CD Creator)
    * An MP3 encoding program. (personal suggestion: MPEG Suite)
    Links to the above can be found on either SnapFiles or my Software page:
    This section will list all of the files in the \AUDIO\MUSIC\ directory.
    Contrary to what you may think, this directory contains more than just the
    music/radio stations.
    After each title is the track length of the outputted wav files in minutes
    and seconds (some include silence at the end) followed by the file size of
    the outputted wav file.
    A list of the songs contained on each station can be found in the Audio Credits
    section.  However, if you want a complete list of all songs, commercials, and
    dialogue contained on the stations, you'd be well advised to read any of the
    station specific scripts located on GameFaqs's GTA3 page:
    Chatterbox FM (58:04) (212.64 MB)
    Double Cleff FM (22:45) (166.62 MB)
    Flashback FM (18:45) (137.42 MB)
    Game FM (15:44) (115.23 MB)
    Head Radio (23:25) (171.6 MB)
    K-JAH (19:04) (139.72 MB)
    Lips Radio (20:06) (147.32 MB)
    MSX FM (25:00) (183.1 MB)
    Police Band (16:29) (120.8 MB)
    Rise FM (26:08) (191.46 MB)
    -- NEWS REPORTS --
    Callahan Bridge Opened (0:16) (2.02 MB)
    Female Newscaster: News just in from the traffic desk.  Repairs to the Callahan
         Bridge have been completed.  Since the explosion, engineers have been
         working around the clock to get traffic flowing between Portland and
         Staunton Island once again.
    Staunton Bridge Opened (0:16) (2.02 MB)
    Female Newscaster: Good new... Good news for commuters from Shoreside.
         Engineers have finally managed to repair the damaged mechanism on the
         Staunton lift bridge and it is now open to traffic flow both to and from
         Shoreside Vale.
    -- MISC --
    Mission Completion Music (0:06) (840.1 KB)
    Game Ending Dialogue & Music (8:57) (65.55 MB)
    Female Newscaster: Residents in Cedar Grove have been coming to terms with the
         emotional aftermath of a full-blown war that hit the area yesterday.
         Local resident Clive Denver described to police a single gunman that he
         saw fleeing the scene with a dark haired woman.
    Maria: Ah, we're gonna have such fun.  Cause you know I love you?
         I, I, I really do... cause you're such a big strong man and that's just
         what I need.  Anyway, what was I saying?  Oh, you know, I forget... but
         you know what it's like, don't you?
    Female Newscaster: The sound of explosions shook nearby homes as people ran for
         cover. Several citizens were injured in the panic as gunfire was exchanged
         between ground forces and a helicopter circling the dam.
    Man: Yeah, we got a good view from down here in the Gardens.  When the copter
         finally got taken out, better than the fireworks on the fourth of July.
    Female Newscaster: With the death toll already over twenty, police are still
         finding bodies. There have been no official denials concerning rumors that
         the dead were members of the Colombian Cartel, and still no leads as to
         the cause of the massacre.
    Maria: I broke a nail and my hair is ruined.  I mean, can you believe it?  This
         one cost me fifty dollars... [gun shot]
    City Sounds, Wind, etc. (10:00) (73.24 MB)
    Water & Waves (10:32) (77.14 MB)
    There are also two files in the \MOVIES directory that you can extract the
    audio from.
    DMA & Rockstar Logos (0:13) (2.51 MB)
    Beginning Credits Music (01:35) (17.39 MB)
    This section will list all of the files in the AUDIO directory that are *not*
    in MUSIC.  I'm excluding the files in the SET0 through SET6 directories (sound
    effects, pedestrian dialogue, and dialogue during missions?) because I can't
    figure out how to get them to play properly and, quite frankly, I don't know if
    they're even worth extracting.
    I'm listing everything (roughly) in the order it appears in the game.  The
    written dialogue, mission titles, and general order come from WhiteDragon's GTA3
    Game Script (also available for download at www.gamefaqs.com) - though I have
    made lots of corrections.
    After each title is the track length of the outputted wav files in minutes
    and seconds (some include silence at the end) followed by the file size of
    the outputted wav file.
    Only dialogue heard in cutscenes can be extracted.  All of the dialogue during
    missions is excluded.
    If you're wondering why it might be useful to extract the dialogue, you could
    use certain quotes as system sounds on your computer, or put up a few key
    soundbytes on your GTA fan site (as long as you don't use LOTS of soundbytes,
    I'm sure Rockstar won't be mad - but don't quote me on that).
    -- UNKNOWN --
    Someone writing something down on paper? (0:14) (1.8 MB)
    (where is this used in the game?)
    Footsteps (0:17) (2.13 MB)
    (possibly the intro to the "Love's Disappearance" mission?)
    -- PORTLAND --
    Betrayal - File #1 (0:36) (4.48 MB)
    Catalina: Sorry babe.  I'm an ambitious girl. [gun shot] And you're just small
    Betrayal - File #2 (1:52) (13.78 MB)
    Female Newscaster: Liberty City is in shock today, as the police and emergency
         services deal with the aftermath of a devastating attack on a police convoy
         this morning.  As yet, no details have been released about the prisoners
         being transferred in the convoy, and no group has claimed responsibility.
         The convoy left police headquarters early this morning for a routine
         transfer of felons to Liberty penitentiary.  The attack took place on the
         Callahan Bridge, leaving few witnesses, and the bridge itself severely
         damaged.  Some of the convicts are thought to have perished in the
         explosion that followed the initial attack.  Revelations as to the
         professionalism of the attack struck police hours afterward when
         identification of the missing felons were further hampered by an attack by
         computer hackers on police headquarter databases.  With the Porter tunnel
         project falling behind schedule, this disaster leaves Portland isolated
         from the rest of the city.
    [The Colombian Cartel stops the convoy that the main character is being
         transported in.]
    Cartel Member: Come on!  Senior dickhead!  It's no problem to kill you.
         You gonna be sorry.  A'right, a'right.  Get lost.
    [some punching then... HUGE EXPLOSION]
    Luigi's Girls (0:54) (6.59 MB)
    8-Ball: Wait here, man, while I go in and talk to Luigi.
    [he goes inside Luigi's club]
    8-Ball: Say hello to 8-Ball, ladies.
    Luigi: 8-Ball's got some business upstairs, but maybe you can do me a favor.
         One of my girls needs a ride, so grab a car and pick up Misty from the
         clinic, then bring her back here.  Remember, no one messes with my girls!
         So keep your hands on the wheel!  If you don't mess this up, maybe there'll
         be more work for you.  Now get outta here!
    Don't Spank Ma Bitch Up (0:31) (3.78 MB)
    Mick: Luigi said... to, to give you this, so... here, here take it.
    Luigi: There's a new high on the street, goes by the name of SPANK.
         Some wiseguy's been introducing this trash to my girls down Portland
         Harbor.  Go and introduce a bat to his face!  Then take his car, respray
         it.  I want compensation for this insult!
    Drive Misty For Me (0:30) (3.77 MB)
    Luigi: [to Mick] I had it on a combo, what am I gonna do?
    Luigi: [to the main character] Hey, I gotta talk to you.
    Luigi: [to Mick] All right Mick, I'll talk to you later.
    Luigi: [to the main character] How you doing kid?  The Don's son, Joey Leone, he
         wants some action from his regular girl Misty.  Go pick her up at Hepburn
         Heights, but watch yourself, that's Diablo turf.  Then run her over to his
         garage in Trenton and make it quick.  Joey ain't the kind you keep waiting.
         Remember, this is your foot in the door, so keep your eyes on the road and
         off Misty!
    Drive Misty For Me - File #2 (0:29) (3.6 MB)
    Misty: JOEY!  Am I gonna get to play with your big end again?
    Joey: I'll be with you in a minute, spark plug.  Hey, I'm Joey.  Luigi said you
         were reliable, so come back leter, there might be some work for you.
    Pump-Action Pimp (0:22) (2.78 MB)
    Luigi: Some Diablo scumbag has been pimping his skuzzy bitches in my backyard.
         Go and take care of things for me.  If you need a piece, go around back of
         Ammu-Nation, opposite the subway.
    The Fuzz Ball (0:29) (3.54 MB)
    Luigi: The policeman's ball is being held at the old school hall near the
         Callahan bridge, and they'll be looking for some 'old school' action.
         Now I got girls all over town walking the street.  Get'em to the ball,
         they'll make a bundle.  Get as many of them as you can before the cops
         drink away their green.
    Mike Lips Last Lunch (0:32) (3.99 MB)
    Misty: Hey, I'm bored.  When you gonna drill me?
    Joey: In a moment, sweetheart.  I got a little business to take care of.  I got
         a little job for you, pal.  The Forelli brothers have owned me money for
         too long, and they need to be taught some respect.  Lips Forreli is
         stuffing his fat face in the St. Marcos Bistro, so steal his car and take
         it to 8-Ball's bomb shop up in Harwood.  You know 8-Ball, right?  Once he's
         fitted it with a bomb, go park the car where you found it.  Then sit back
         and watch the whole show.  But hurry up, he won't be eating forever.
    Farewell Chunky Lee Chong (0:33) (4.1 MB)
    Joey: Chunky Lee Chong is pushing SPANK for some new gang from Columbia, or
         Colorado, or something... I'm not really sure, who needs details anyway?
         He's got a noodle stand down in Chinatown.  That rat has sold his last
         stir-fry.  I want you to take him out!  If you need a piece, go around
         back of Ammu-Nation, opposite the subway.  Sort yourself with a Nine, you
         know where it is, right?  Well remember, just watch your back in Chinatown.
         It's Triad territory.
    Van Heist (0:29) (3.6 MB)
    Joey: Alright, we're gonna hit the payroll van.  It leaves the edge of Chinatown
         everyday.  Bullets won't even dent the van's armor, so get a car and ram
         it off the road.  Now hit it hard and the punk ass security guards should
         bail.  Then take it to the warehouse at the docks and my guys are gonna
         take over from there.  Now it won't be doin' it rounds all day, so don't
         hang around.
    Cipriani's Chauffeur (0:32) (3.99 MB)
    Joey: Yeah, I know, Toni.  I've tuned her real sweet.  She purrs, you know what
         I mean?  Oh, here's the guy I was telling you about.  Alright, listen, this
         guy ain't Italian and he's no mechanic, but he can get things fixed.   This
         is Pops Capo, Toni Cipriani.
    Toni: Hey, I'm Toni Cipriani.
    Joey: Take him to Momma's restaurant at St. Marks, alright.  Now listen to me,
         I'm planning a job that needs a good driver so drop by sometime later, ok?
    Dead Skunk In The Trunk (0:22) (2.78 MB)
    Joey: Beautiful!  Just beautiful!  Alright, just the guy I need to talk to.
         Alright, there's a car stuffed with a stiff at the cafe near Callahan
         Point.  One of the Forellis thought he was a wise guy, so he got what he
         had coming to him.  Take the corpse to the crusher in Harwood, alright?
    The Getaway (0:23) (2.89 MB)
    Joey: What a ride she's gonna be, huh?  Alright, listen.  Get some wheels to the
         safehouse at St. Marks and pick up a few friends of mine.  They're hittin'
         a bank and they need a driver.  I gave my word that you were the man, so
         don't screw this up.  Get them to the bank before five o'clock, not a
         minute after.
    Turismo (0:21) (2.67 MB)
    El Burro: This is El Burro of the Diablos.  You are new in Liberty, but already
         you are gaining a reputation on the streets.  There is a street race
         starting by the old school hall near the Callahan Bridge.  Get yourself
         some wheels and first through all the checkpoints wins the prize.
    I Screem You Screem (0:35) (4.37 MB)
    El Burro: I started my exotic entertainment business with nothing but the
         sizable contents of my leather pants!  A gang of no-goods has threatened
         to remove my starring member if I don't pay them a cut.  They threatened
         the wrong man, amigo.  They have a weakness for the ice cream.  Pick up
         the bomb I've hidden in Harwood, hijack the regular ice cream van on its
         rounds, and lure these fools to their doom with the jeengley-jeengley.
         They hide in a warehouse on Atlantic Quay.
    Trial By Fire (0:27) (3.39 MB)
    El Burro: Some insolent Triads stole my beautiful car last night, wrecked it and
         left it burning.  Some of my most precious donkey memorabilia was in the
         trunk - real collectibles that are irreplaceable my friend.  I've hidden a
         throbbing weapon on the edge of Chinatown.  Take it and teach these Triad
         vandals to feel El Burro's well-endowed wrath.  Arriba!
    Big'n'Veiny (0:35) (4.37 MB)
    El Burro: A thieving opportunist has stolen a van of my latest publication hot
         off the press!  But that SPANKED-up idiot has left the rear doors open, and
         now my beautifully produced, tastefully photographed adult literature is
         being dropped all over Liberty.  Take the van and follow that trail of
         Donkey Does Dallas volumes 1, 2 and 3 collecting it as you go.  When you've
         followed the trail to that thieving SPANK-head, waste him.  Then deliver my
         donkey derby to XXX Mags in the Red Light District.
    The Crook (0:26) (3.28 MB)
    Marty Chonks: The name's Chonks, Marty Chonks.  I run the Bitchin' Dog Food
         Factory around the corner.  I got money troubles, but hey, who doesn't,
         right?  I'm meeting my bank manager later.  He's a crooked bastard that
         keeps bumping up the loan repayments so he can cut a slice.  Take my car,
         pick him up, and bring him back here.  I've got a little surprise for that
         blood sucking leech!!
    The Thieves (0:26) (3.28 MB)
    Marty Chonks: I hired some thieves to break into my apartment and steal some
         stuff so I could claim on the insurance as you do.  The thieving bastards
         are threatening to tell the insurance company if I don't give them a cut.
         Can you believe it?  I left a car inside the factory gates.  Use it to go
         pick them up from their turf in the Red Light District.  Then bring 'em
         back to the factory so I can make 'em see Marty's point of view.
    The Wife (0:19) (2.4 MB)
    Marty Chonks: The business is gonna go under unless I get ahold of some serious
         cash soon.  My wife has an insurance policy and all she's ever been to me
         is a hole in my pocket.  I've left a car in the usual place.  Go and pick
         up my wife from Classic Nails and bring her back to the factory.
    Her Lover (0:19) (2.4 MB)
    Marty Chonks: Damn, I'm in trouble!  Turns out my wife was seeing some guy I
         owe money to.  He's got real angry and he's looking for payback!  I've
         agreed to see him.  He thinks I'm gonna pay him off, but my guess is
         Liberty's dogs are gonna get yet another flavor this month.
    Taking Out The Laundry (0:34) (4.15 MB)
    Toni: Take a seat kid, take a god damned seat.  So the laundry won't pay any
         protection, eh?  The Triads think they can mess with me.  Let's teach these
         would be tough guys what it means to be a tough guy.
    Momma: Yeah, teach 'em some respect.  No son of mine gets it by some Triads.
         Your father, god rest his soul, took no crap from those Triads back in
    Toni: Sorry, ma.  Yes, ma.  I want you to destroy their laundry vans and mangle
         any Triad gimp that gets in your way.  8-Ball can supply you with what
         you're gonna need.
    The Pick-Up (0:23) (2.8 MB)
    Momma: Toni's off making people bleed, or trying to.  He'll never be as tough
         as his Pop, but he left you a note on the table.
    Toni: The laundry has agreed to pay.  You did real good, kid!  Go collect the
         cash and bring it back here.  Watch out for the Triads.  They may be
         shoving a firecracker up your ass, but don't take no crap.  Nobody, I mean
         nobody, messes with TONI CIPRIANI!
    Salvatore's Called A Meeting - File #1 (0:21) (2.67 MB)
    Momma: I don't know where he is.  I swear that boy of mine...
    Toni: Don Salvatore has called a meeting.  I need you to collect the limo and
         his boy, Joey, from the garage.  Then get Luigi from his club, come back
         here and pick me up.  Then we'll all drive over to the boss's place
         together.  Those Triads, they don't know when to stop.  They want a war,
         they got a war.  Now get going.
    Salvatore's Called A Meeting - File #2 (0:49) (5.98 MB)
    Toni: You did good back there kid, real good.  C'mon let's introduce you to
         the Don.
    Salvatore: Hey Luigi.
    Luigi: Oh my girls have been missing you so long.  Salvatore you've been away
         too long.
    Salvatore: You tell them once this unfortunate business has been taken care of,
         we'll all go down to the club and celebrate, ok?  There's my boy.
    Joey: How you doing', Pop?
    Salvatore: You got yourself a good woman yet?  Hey, your mother, god bless her
         soul, would be turning over in her grave to see you without a wife.
    Joey: I know, Pop, I'm working on it.
    Salvatore: TONI!  How's your Momma?  She's a great woman you know.  Strong.
    Toni: She's good, fine.
    Salvatore: Terrific, Terrific.  Now listen you guys, you go inside while I talk
         to our new friend here.  I see nothing but good things for you my boy.
    Chaperone (0:46) (5.61 MB)
    Salvatore: Me and the fellas need to talk business, so you're gonna look after
         my girl for the evening.  HEY, MARIA!  Move your butt.  Dumb broad does
         this every time.  And here she is, the one and only Queen of Sheba!
         What were you doing up there?  Whatever it was, I bet it cost me money.
    Maria: Well, you don't think I hang around here for the conversation, do you?
    Salvatore: Get in the car, and keep your big mouth shut!  Take the limo, but
         bring it back in one piece, you hear me.  And watch her, she can be
    Maria: Yeah, yeah, yeah!  I'm sure your new lap dog has everything covered, and
         isn't he big and strong?  Hey Fido, let's go visit Chico and get some party
         treats!  He's at the rail station at the Chinatown waterfront, I think.
    Triads And Tribulations (0:25) (3.11 MB)
    Momma: Oh, it's you.  Toni ain't here, but he left one of his sugary love
         letters for you.
    Toni: We're at war.  The Triads have a fish factory as a front.  Most of their
         business goes down at the fish market in Chinatown.  The laundry still owes
         us protection.  They reckon the Triads are protecting them now, so I say we
         exact a fitting punishment.  Take those boys over and whack the Triad
         warlords!  Hell, if you get a chance, pop some of their soldiers, too.
    Blow Fish (0:29) (3.6 MB)
    Toni: Ok, I've had enough of this shit.  We're gonna finish the Triads in
         Liberty, once and for all.  8-Ball's rigged a dustcart with a bomb.
         It's on a timer, so if you mess up, there'll be no evidence.  Go and pick
         up the dustcart.  Careful, 8-Ball says it's real sensitive and the
         slightest bump could set that thing off!  Their fish factory will open its
         gates for a dustcart, so you can drive right in.  Park up between the gas
         canisters and get the hell out of there!  I want it to rain mackerel.
         We're talking real biblical here, nothing low budget.
    Cutting The Grass - File #1 (0:40) (4.97 MB)
    Salvatore: Leave us alone for a minute.  The Columbian Cartel is making SPANK
         somewhere in Liberty, but we don't know where, and they seem to know
         everything we're doing before we do. We got us a rat!  There's a guy named
         Curly Bob, works the bar at Luigi's.  He's been throwing more money around
         than he's earning.  He ain't pimpin' or pushin', so he must be talking.
         He usually gets a taxi home after work.  So follow him.  And if he's
         rattin' us out, kill him.
    Cutting The Grass - File #2 (0:41) (5 MB)
    Miguel: Here comes our little friend, Mr. Big Mouth himself.
    Catalina: Were you followed?  You know what goes on here is our little secret,
    Curly Bob: No, no, I wasn't followed.  You got my stuff?
    Catalina: Here's your SPANK, squealer.  Now talk.
    Curly Bob: Ok, so the Leone's are fighting wars on two fronts.  They're in a
         turf war with the Triads, with no sign of either side giving up.
         Meanwhile, Joey Leone has stirred up some bad blood with the Forellis.
         Every day they're losing men and influence in the city.  Salvatore is
         becoming dangerous and paranoid.  He suspects everybody and everything.
    Catalina: And with loyalty like yours, what has he possibly got to worry about?
    Bomb Da Base Act I (0:40) (4.97 MB)
    Salvatore: The Cartels has got bottomless funds from pushing that SPANK crap.
         If we make an open attack on them, they'll wipe the floor with us.  They
         must be making SPANK on that big boat that Curly lead you to.  So we gotta
         use our head, or rather one head.  Your head.  I'm asking you to destroy
         that SPANK factory as a personal favor to me, Salvatore Leone.  If you do
         this for me, you will be a made man, anything you want.  Go and see 8-Ball.
         You'll need his expertise to blow-up that boat.
    Bomb Da Base Act II (0:17) (2.07 MB)
    8-Ball: Yo, my man!  Salvatore phoned ahead, but a job like this is gonna need a
         lot of fireworks.  I'll need $100,000 to cover expenses, but you know with
         me you get a lot of bang for your buck.  Come back brother when you have
         the money.
    Bomb Da Base Act II Continue - File #1 (0:17) (2.18 MB)
    8-Ball: Okay, let's do this thing.  I can set this baby to detonate, but I still
         can't use a piece with these hands.  Here, this rifle should help you pop
         some heads!
    Bomb Da Base Act II Continue - File #2 (0:33) (4.1 MB)
    [the sounds of the ship sinking]
    Last Requests - File #1 (0:46) (5.61 MB)
    Salvatore: It's my favorite cleaner.  I'm proud of you my boy, you kicked the
         shit outta those grease balls.  I just got one little job for you before we
         can all celebrate.  There's a car around the block from Luigi's club.  The
         inside is covered in brains.  We had to help some guy make up his mind and
         it proved a little messy.  Take it to the crusher before the cops find it.
    Last Requests - File #2 (0:39) (4.86 MB)
    Maria: Listen, Salvatore thinks that we're going behind his back, so he was
         offering you to the Cartel in order to make a deal.  I couldn't let him do
         that.  I mean the worst thing is, it's all my fault because I told him we
         were an item... don't ask me why, I don't know.  Look, you're a marked man
         on the Mafia turf, and I've got to get out of here too.  I've seen too much
         killing, too much blood, I...  Look, this is a friend of mine, ok?  She's
         an old friend... it's Asuka, she's someone we can trust.
    Asuka: C'mon, enough of the speeches.  We better get out of here before we get
         more hysterical Italians wanting less friendly reunions.
    Last Requests - File #3 (0:30) (3.77 MB)
    Maria: Asuka and I are gonna have to talk, ahh... Why don't you go cruise
    Asuka: You'll need a place to lie low.  There's a warehouse at the edge of
         Belleville that should suit your needs.  Come back here to my Condo when
         you're ready, and you and me can have a little chat.
    Sayonara Salvatore (0:44) (5.46 MB)
    Asuka: We have certain issues to clear up before we continue any form of
         relationship, business or otherwise.  Let's lay our cards or the table.
         I am Yakuza and I know you worked for Salvatore Leone's family.  I can
         give you work with our organization, but first you must prove to me that
         your ties with the Mafia are truly broken.  Salvatore Leone will be leaving
         Luigi's in about three hours time.  Make sure he doesn't reach his club
         alive.  Meanwhile, Maria and I will catch up on old times.
    Maria: Oh, Asuka, you've got a massager.
    Asuka: That's not a massager.
    Under Surveillance (0:41) (5.08 MB)
    Asuka: Salvatore's death comes as pleasurable news.  You're an efficient killer.
         I like that in a man.  Ah, this is my brother Kenji.
    Kenji: Asuka has a little job for you, but when you're done, drop by my casino
         and we can talk.
    Asuka: Just like Kenji, always trying to play with my toys.  My police source
         indicates that the Mafia are watching our interests around the city in a
         bid to track you down.  We cannot continue our operations until they are
         dealt with.  Take out these spying fools and end this vendetta once and
         for all.
    Paparazzi Purge (0:21) (2.67 MB)
    Asuka: A reporter has been nosing around.  Maria and I have taken a little
         holiday together until you can get rid of this perverted voyeur.  He's
         probably out in the bay as you read this! Steal a police boat, and sink
         his career!
    Payday For Ray - File#1 (0:32) (3.9 MB)
    Asuka: It's my handsome handyman!  Maria is all tied up at the moment, but I'll
         tell her you called.
    Maria: Who's that, Asuka? Yeah, I know I've been a naughty girl, but I really
         need to pee, Ok?
    Asuka: It's time you met our man inside the LPD.  Here's the payment for the
         last little job he did for us.  He is understandably cautious.  Get to the
         pay phone in Torrington as quick as you can and await his instructions.
    Payday For Ray - File#2 (0:37) (4.59 MB)
    Ray: You must be Asuka's new errand boy!  You got the money?  Is it all here?
         I know what you're thinking, another bent cop.  Well it's a bent world!
         Just 'cause I lost a few partners, those suckers from Internal affairs have
         started sniffing around.  Reckon they can smell me.  Well, this city is one
         big open sewer.  But I'm gonna need some non-union help.  And if you're
         interested, you know where to find me.
    Two-Faced Tanner (0:20) (2.44 MB)
    Asuka: Maria and I have gone shoping.  Our source in the police has informed us
         that one of our drivers is a strangely animated undercover cop!  He's more
         or less useless out of his car, so we've tagged it with a tracer.  Make
         him bleed!
    Bling-Bling Scramble (0:26) (3.28 MB)
    King Courtney: This is King Courtney.  Me Yardie posse could do with them rude
         boy driver and people are saying you da man.  Get to the west ground
         opposite the stadium in a car and wait for the other hopefuls.  I've got
         men watching checkpoints all over Staunton.  First driver to a checkpoint
         gets the bling-bling, then it's on to the next stop.  If you get more
         checkpoints than any other driver, I could have me a little work for you.
    Uzi Rider (0:15) (1.83 MB)
    King Courtney: I need to see if you're capable of doing me dirty work.  See if
         you're family or not, don'cha know.  Two of me boys will be there any
         second to take you for a ride, see if you're the real article or sister or
    Gangcar Round-Up (0:21) (2.62 MB)
    King Courtney: I want you to steal me some gang cars so we can do some naughty
         things on our enemy turf.  I want me a Mafia Sentinel, a Yakuza Stinger and
         a Diablo Infernus so we can hit up any gang in Liberty.  Drop them off at
         the garage in Newport and hear this, they're no use to me all broke-up,
    Kingdom Come (0:10) (1.22 MB)
    King Courtney: Now, hear this!  Get your little self over to Bedford Point.
         There's a stash in an old jalopy I need quick smart, now.
    Kanbu Bust-Out (0:34) (4.15 MB)
    Kenji: My sister speaks highly of you, though I am yet to be convinced that a
         gaijin can offer anything but disappointment.  Perhaps you can help deal
         with a situation that has me at a disadvantage.  Of course failure has its
         own disgrace.  A Yakuza Kanbu is in custody awaiting transfer for trial.
         He is a valued member of the family.  Break him out of custody and get him
         to the dojo at Bedford Point.
    Grand Theft Auto (0:41) (5.08 MB)
    Kenji: It is impossible to over-estimate the importance of etiquette in this
         line of work.  To my eternal shame, a man once did me a favor and I've
         never had the opportunity to repay his kindness.  The man's weakness is
         motor cars and he has requested that we acquire him certain models for his
         collection.  Needless to say, we must give him the cars as a gift, to repay
         the debt that I owe him.  You must obtain the cars on this list and deliver
         them to a garage behind the car park in Newport.  My honor demands it.
    Deal Steal (0:26) (3.28 MB)
    Kenji: When trouble looms, the fool turns his back, while the wise man faces it
         down.  The Columbian Cartel have ignored repeated requests to leave our
         interests in Liberty well alone.  Now they are negotiating terms with the
         Jamaicans in order to humiliate us further.  They are finalizing a deal
         across town.  Take one of my men, steal a Yardie car, and go pay your
         respects to the Columbians.  Our honor demands that you leave no one alive!
    Shima - File #1 (0:21) (2.56 MB)
    Kenji: To be truly strong, it is important that you never show weakness.
         The businesses fortunate enough to have our protection settle their
         accounts today.  Go and collect the money immediately, so we can enter
         it into the casino accounts.
    Shima - File #2 (0:12) (1.58 MB)
    Shop Owner: I can't pay you and I wouldn't pay you if I could!  Some young gang
         just jacked up the place!  They took everything!  You guys are useless.
         What kind of Yakuza are YOU anyway?
    Smack Down (0:35) (4.37 MB)
    Kenji: YOU! How fitting you should choose this moment to show your worthless
         face!  It would appear your attempts to dissuade the Jamaicans from
         becoming bed fellows with the Cartels were wholly inadequate.  Yardie
         pushers line Liberty's streets selling packets of SPANK like they were
         selling hot dogs!  Those Cartel pigs are laughing at us, at me!  I will
         give you one last chance to prove my sister's faith in you to be well
         founded!  Run these scumbags into the ground and wash your shame in rivers
         of our enemies' blood!!!
    Silence The Sneak (0:22) (2.78 MB)
    Ray: That scumbag McCaffrey!  He took more bribes than anyone.  He thinks he's
         gonna get an honorable discharge if he turns states evidence.  He just
         squealed!  He's under armed protection in WitSec property down in Newport,
         some apartment behind a car park.  Torch that place, that should flush 'em
         out, and you'll hunt 'em down.  Make sure he never talks to nobody.
    Arms Shortage (0:40) (4.97 MB)
    Ray: Hey kid, over here!  An old army buddy of mine runs a business in Rockford.
         We saw action in Nicaragua, back when the country knew what it was doing.
         Anyway, some Cartel scum roughed him up yesterday, said they'd be back for
         some of his stock today.  He's gonna need back-up and in return he'll give
         you knock-down rates on any hardware you buy.  I'd go myself but the old
         sciatica's playing up -cough cough- so, eerr-hhrrmmm, good luck.
    Evidence Dash (0:44) (5.46 MB)
    Ray: I know a real important man in town, a soft touch, with ahh... shall we
         say, exotic tastes and the money to indulge them.  He's involved in legal
         matter and the prosecution has some rather embarrassing photos of him at a
         morgue party or something.  The evidence is being driven across town.  You
         are going to have to ram that car and collect each little bit of evidence
         as it falls out.  When you've got it all, leave it in the car and torch it.
         We're both gonna do pretty well out of this, kid.
    Gone Fishing (0:22) (2.68 MB)
    Ray: I think my partner's a rat!  We gotta shut him up, permanently.  He goes
         fishing out of his boat near the lighthouse on Portland Rock most nights.
         Steal a police boat.  Make sure his back stabbing plans are sunk!  I want
         him sleeping with the fishes, not eating them.
    Plaster Blaster (0:21) (2.62 MB)
    Ray: You useless bastard!  You totally messed up!  My ass is on the line and
         you can't even kill a god damned fly.  I paid you good money to kill that
         witness and he ain't dead.  And today he's gonna make a Federal Deposition!
         He's being moved any second now from the Carson General Hospital up in
         Rockford.  If he squeals, I squeal.
    Liberator (0:36) (4.48 MB)
    Donald: First of all, let me thank you for dealing with that personal matter.
         People will read something into anything these days.  Experience has taught
         me that a man like you can be very loyal for the right price, but groups of
         men get greedy.  A valued resource, an oriental gentleman I know, has been
         kept hostage by some South Americans in Aspatria.  They're trying to extort
         additional funds from me, but I don't believe in re-negotiation.  A deal is
         a deal, so they'll not see a penny from me.  Go and rescue my friend, do
         whatever it takes.
    Waka-Gashira Wipeout! (0:43) (5.3 MB)
    Donald: Nothing drives down real-estate prices like a good old fashioned gang
         war... apart from an outbreak of plague, but that might be going too far
         in this case.  I've noticed the Yakuza and the Columbians are far from
         friends.  Let's capitalize on this business opportunity.  I want you to
         kill the Yakuza Waka-Gashira, Kenji Kasen.  Kenji is attending a meeting
         at the top of the multi-story carpark in Newport.  Get a Cartel gangcar
         and eliminate him!  The Yakuza must blame the Cartel for this declaration
         of war.
    A Drop In The Ocean (0:27) (3.29 MB)
    Donald: In these days of moral hypocrisy certain valuable commodities can be
         hard to import.  On its approach to the airport tonight, a light aircraft
         will pass over the bay.  It will drop several packages into the water.
         Make sure you pick them up before anyone else does.
    Grand Theft Aero - File #1 (0:28) (3.5 MB)
    Donald: Thank you for retrieving those packages, but they where only a decoy.
         Sorry about that, but that's sometimes the way in business.  My real
         objective was hidden on the plane all along.  Unfortunately the port
         authorities seized the plane and were stripping it down until I intervened
         at great personal expense.  Cross the bridge to Shoreside Vale and go to
         Francis International Airport.  I've paid off the officials.  My property
         will be waiting for you at the customs hanger in the aircraft fuselage.
    Grand Theft Aero - File #2 (1:29) (10.86 MB)
    Catalina: Hey, let's get THIS outta here.  God knows what it is, but he seems to
         want it badly enough, so it must be worth something.
    Miguel: Who the heck?
    Catalina: YOU!
    Miguel: Hey, take it easy amigo, Moi Nada! Moi Nada!
    Catalina: I left you pouring your heart out into the gutter.
    Miguel: Hey, don't shoot amigo.  No, no, no problem.  We all friends.
         Here, take this.
    Catalina: Don't be such a pussy!
    Miguel: Hey, we got no choice baby!
    [gun shot]
    Catalina: You always got a choice, you dumb bastard.
    Miguel: I'm sorry about the crazy bitch, man they're all the same.  Please,
         por favor.
    Asuka: So the whore got away.  But you've done me a favor.  You're not the
         only one that has a score to settle with the Cartel.  This worm killed my
    Miguel: I've never killed no Yakuza.
    Asuka: LIAR! We all saw the Cartel assassin.  We are going to hunt down and kill
         all you Columbian dogs!  I'll be operating on our friend here to extract
         information and a little pleasure.  You, drop by later.  I'm sure I'll
         require your services.
    Miguel: Please amigo... don't leave me here with her, man.  She's, she's psycho
         chica, man!  Please, amigo?  Hey, hey amigo... AMIGO!!!...Aiiieeeeaaargghh!
    Escort Service (0:19) (2.4 MB)
    Donald: You are proving to be a safe investment.  A rare thing in these days of
         false hood.  My oriental friend will need an escort while he takes my
         latest acquisition to be authenticated.  I want you to follow him, and make
         sure both he and my package get to Pike Creek unharmed.
    Decoy (0:22) (2.78 MB)
    Donald: A lesson in business, my friend.  If you have a unique commodity, the
         world and his wife will try to wrestle it from your grasp, even if they
         have little understanding as to its true value.  SWAT teams have cordoned
         off the area around my associate and the package.  Get over there, pick up
         the van and act as a decoy.  Keep them busy and he should make good his
    Marked Man (0:23) (2.89 MB)
    Ray: You weren't followed?  Good!  This is it.  I'm way over my head and I'm
         starting to drown here!  The CIA seem to have a vested interest in SPANK
         and they don't like us screwing with the Cartel.  I'm a marked man, so I'm
         getting out of here.  Get me to my flight at the airport and I'll make it
         worth your while.
    Uzi Money (0:31) (3.88 MB)
    D-Ice: Yo! This is D-Ice of the Red Jacks!  I got a problem.  They tryin' to
         play me.  These young punks, they come onto the streets and they got
         nothing but guns and SPANK on their minds.  Nines is their tag and purple
         is their flag, and each day they rock their colors is another day the Jacks
         look soft.  I want you to show these punk ass bitches how a real drive-by
         works.  Take these Nines off of here!!  Watch your back though, there'll be
         Jacks on the street who'll think you're trying to blast them too!
    Toyminator (0:16) (2.02 MB)
    D-Ice: Those Nines are pressing me.  These bitches got armored cars and now
         they're running SPANK and slinging it to brothers with no fear.  There's
         a car parked up the way.  There's some stuff in there to put these sissies
         on blass and wreck all their armored stuff.
    Rigged To Blow (0:22) (2.78 MB)
    D-Ice: Some effa has wired my wheels to blow.  If I lose those wheels, my rep
         on the street will be dead.  Pick up my car and take it over to the garage
         on St. Marks, a'right yo.  Let them diffuse that, let them take care of
         that bomb.  The clock's ticking and wiring is messed up.  One pot hole too
         many and that thing could blow.  Now move it!
    Bullion Run (0:21) (2.67 MB)
    D-Ice: Yo, a Federal Reserve flight just smashed down at Francis International.
         There's platinum all over the strip.  Get a car and snatch up as much as
         you can.  You can drop the bling off at one of my garages.  This platinum
         is mad heavy and it will slow your wheels down some.  So make regular drop
         offs at the garage.
    Rumble (0:21) (2.67 MB)
    D-Ice: Them Nines are down to a few scabby herds, but they still wanna bring it.
         They agreed to go toe to toe.  A gang of them against two of us, or rather
         two of y'all.  I'd join you, but... I ain't due my parole hearing for
         another three months, y'know what I mean?  Go and meet my baby brother.
         He'll show you where they're fighting at, a'right son.
    Bait (0:33) (4.02 MB)
    Asuka: Miguel seems to think I'm mistreating him.  Still, he's revealed the
         extent to which Catalina fears your quest for revenge.  She has three death
         squads dotted around Liberty, whose sole job is to hunt you down.  Act as
         the bait, and get the death squads to follow you to Pike Creek where some
         of MY men will be waiting for them.
    Espresso-2-Go! (0:31) (3.88 MB)
    Asuka: Miguel certainly has some of that famous Latin stamina.  I'm quite
         exhausted.  We underestimated Catalina's plans for SPANK.  It reaches far
         beyond the Yardies selling it on the street corners.  The Cartel have a
         front company, The Kappa Coffee House.  They've been selling SPANK through
         the street stalls.  We have no choice but to put these drug stands out of
         operation.  Smash them to splinters!
    Maria: Do we tighten it some more now, or wait for it to go black and fall off?
    Asuka: Give it a quick prod.
    Maria: Eeewww! What is the gooey yellow stuff?  Oh, hey babe.
    Asuka: My handyman!
    Maria: I was bored so I came over to keep Asuka company.
    Asuka: She has got the makings of a natural this girl.  She's managed to extract
         this little gem from our guest.  There is a plane coming into Francis
         International in two hours time.  It is full of Catalina's poison.  You can
         avoid airport security by getting a boat out to the runway-light buoys and
         shooting the plane down on its approach.  Collect the cargo from the debris
         and stash it!
    Maria: Oh, you be careful now, Ok baby?
    Asuka: Now try the chili oil.
    The Exchange (1:04) (7.92 MB)
    Columbian: Ci, ci, bueno.  Parces serio.  One of these Scarface idiots.
    Catalina: The real question is: did you turn up to rescue Maria or to get me
         back?  Well I got news for you.  Shooting you will be a pleasure, but
         dating you was only business.  You are muy peccinno amigo.  Throw over the
         cash.  You HAVE been a busy boy!  But you haven't learned.  I'm not to be
         trusted.  Kill the idiot.
    This walkthrough assumes that you have a decent knowledge of how to use a
    computer.  You don't need to be an expert, though.  I certainly am not :-)
    This walkthrough is written expressly to be used with my MFAudio batch file for
    the game, so as to make the extraction process easy and automated.  Without my
    batch file, you'd have to open up and convert each file one by one.  This
    walkthrough assumes that you want to copy and convert ALL audio files.
    1. Create an empty folder/directory on your hard drive (name it whatever you
    like), preferably in a spot that's easy to get to.  In this directory, create
    two subdirectories named "music" and "dialogue" (it makes life easier if you
    use these names).
    2. Extract a copy of MFAUDIO.EXE to each of these two subdirectories.
    3. From the game disc, copy everything in \MOVIES\ to the Music directory
    on your hard drive.
    4. From the game disc, copy everything in \AUDIO\MUSIC\ to the Music directory
    on your hard drive.
    5. From the game disc, copy all of the files in these directories to the
    Dialogue directory on your hard drive.
    6. Open my batch file in your .zip program.  Extract GTA3_MUSIC.BAT to the Music
    directory and GTA3_DIALOGUE.BAT to the Dialogue directory.
    7. Close all of the programs you have running.  This will free up as much
    resources on your computer as possible.
    8. Run each of the two .bat files.  Each file will open and close MFAudio,
    extracting the audio from each of the files you copied from the game disc.
    This process will take a few minutes to complete.  How fast it takes will
    depend on the speed of your computer's processor.  It *should* be done in
    well under 10 minutes, but I make no guarantees about that.
    9. You can now delete all of the .vb and .pss files you have in both directories
    on your hard drive.  These are the files you copied off of the game disc, and
    they are no longer needed at this point.  You can even delete both copies of
    MFAUDIO.EXE in each directory.  All that should be left are the .wav files.
    This will ensure that you have as much free space as possible for the next
    steps, and to prevent you from getting confused by having too many files to work
    10. Now that you have all of these large wav files on your hard drive, you
    can do lots of things with them (wav is a very common format).  First you
    may want to maximize or normalize the volume and/or remove any silence
    from the ends of the wav files.  You'll need an audio editor like Goldwave,
    though any decent one will do.
    Now, chances are, you'll want to do one of two things with the wav files: put
    them on an audio CD so that you can listen to them on an audio CD player or
    convert them to MP3 format for listening on your computer or a portable
    MP3 player.
    AUDIO CD - You'll need a CD-RW drive (or "CD burner" as it's sometimes
    called) and a CD making program (one probably came with the drive when you
    bought it).  Just follow the directions in the program and you shouldn't
    have a problem.  If you have any problems, contact the folks who made the
    program you're using, not me.
    If you wish to split the radio station files into separate files, so you can
    make individual tracks when you burn them to CDs, you can use Goldwave's
    "Cue Points" feature to set the spots where you want the files to be splitted
    (read the program documentation to learn how to use it), then burn all of the
    resulting files in order without any pause/silence inbetween (the pause/silence
    is usually associated to the file it is placed BEFORE).  This is how I did it
    with a few different CDs I've made.
    MP3 - You'll need an encoding program.  Most should be able to convert all of
    your wav files to mp3 files in one go.
    Once your files are successfully burned to an audio CD or encoded into MP3
    files, you can safely delete all of the wavs.  You might want to keep a copy of
    MFAudio somewhere on your hard drive because you never know when you'll have a
    use for it.
    ** REMEMBER **
    These files should NOT be shared with friends, uploaded to the Internet or
    shared on peer-to-peer networks.  Everything I've told you in this guide
    is for YOUR USE ONLY!
    For those people who wish to convert the files on the game disc one by one,
    here's the manual information you'll need.  You'll still need to copy all of
    the files you want to convert from the game disc to your hard drive.
    1. In MFAudio, click "Options" at the bottom left and set as follows:
       Sony ADPCM - Use Extended Flagging? YES (DEFAULT)
       PSS - Scan whole file for streams? NO (DEFAULT)
       PSS - Scan up to ? MB? 8 (DEFAULT)
       VAG - VAG version number? 0x3 (DEFAULT)
       RAW - Default PCM frequency? 32000 (48000 default)
       RAW - Default ADPCM frequency? 32000 (44100 default)
       Set as default player for? None of the options. (DEFAULT)
    Setting these options like so will make it faster for you to convert the files.
    2. Click "Open" at the top right, and navigate to your hard drive (where you
    copied all of the files).  Find the first file you wish to convert, select it,
    and press Open.
    3. The "Input Audio File" values should be set as follows:
       File Format: RAW - Raw Sound Data - Compressed ADPCM
       Frequency: 32000 Hz
       Samples: 16 bits
       Channels: 2
       Interleave: 2000
       Offset: 0 Bytes
       Stream: [greyed out]
    * For CHAT.VB, the Frequency should be 16000 Hz (all else is the same).
    * For the two movie .PSS files, the settings should be:
       File Format: PSS - PS2 Movie Audio Stream - Compressed ADPCM
       Frequency: 48000 Hz
       Samples: 16 bits
       Channels: 2
       Interleave: 200
       Offset: [greyed out]
       Stream: 00
    Click Play, and if the audio sounds right, click Stop.  If it sounds
    wrong, click Stop and review your settings - you've done something wrong.
    4. Now, fill in the values in the "Output Audio File" section:
       File Format: WAV - Microsoft RIFF - Uncompressed PCM
       Frequency: [16000, 32000, or 48000 depending on input]
       Samples: 16 bits
       Channels: 2
       Interleave: [greyed out]
    5. Click "Save As" and navigate to any folder on your hard drive where you
    wish to keep your files.  Type in a filename for the file, then click Save.
    6. Finally, click "Process."  When the blue bar reaches the end, your file
    conversion is complete.  This time varies greatly depending on your
    computer's specs and the length of the track you are copying.
    You will need to repeats steps 2 through 6 for EACH file you want to
    These are the credits as written in the game's manual.
    DJ: Russ Mottla as Michael Hunt
    Dil-Don't "Stripe Summer"
    Written and produced by Craig Conner
    Vocals - Heidi Hazelton
    Whatever "Good Thing"
    Written and produced by Allan Walker, Craig Conner
    Vocals - Craig Conner
    Craig Gray "Fade Away"
    Written and produced by Stuart Ross
    Vocals - Stuart Ross
    Conor And Jay "Change"
    Written and produced by Craig Conner, Julie Wemyss
    Vocals - Julie Wemyss
    Frankie Fame "See Through You"
    Written and produced by Craig Conner
    Vocals - Raff Corrilla, Craig Conner, Nancy Jenkinson
    Scatwerk "Electronic Go Go"
    Written and produced by Stuart Ross
    Dezma "Life Is But A Mere Supply"
    Written and produced by Craig Conner
    Vocals - Kate Mckinnon
    DJ: Gerry Cosgrove as Morgan Merryweather
    "Non piu andrai farfallone amoroso" from Le Nozze di Figaro
    written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Performed by Sesto Bruscantini and Teresa Berganza
    with the Orchestra e Corodi Roma della RAI
    conducted by Zubin Mehta
    "Chi mi frena in tal momento" from Lucia di Lammermoor
    written by Gaetano Donizetti
    Performed by Renata Scotto, Luciano Pavarotti and Piero Cappuccilli
    with the Orchestra Sinfonica e Coro di Torino della RAI
    conducted by Franchesco Molinari Pradelli
    "Libiamo ne'lieti calici" from La Traviata
    written by Guiseppe Verdi
    Performed by Renata Scotto, Jose Carreras and Sesto Bruscantini
    conducted by Nino Verchi
    "Finch'han del vino" from Don Giovanni
    written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Performed by Sesto Bruscantini, Nicolai Ghiaurov and Alfredo Kraut
    with the Orchestra e Corodi Roma della RAI
    conducted by Carlo Maria Guilini
    "0 mio babbino caro" from Gianni Schicchi
    written by Giacomo Puccini
    performed by Tito Gobbi, Cecilia Fusco and Renzo Casellato
    with the RAI Orchestra & Chorus, Milan
    conducted by Massimo Pradella
    "Le Donna E Mobile" from Rigoletto
    written by Guiseppe Verdi
    Performed by Luciano Pavarotti and Renata Scotto
    with the Orchestra and Chorus of Teatro Comunale of Florence
    conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini
    All above recordings courtesy of Opera d'Oro Records and
    Allegro Corporation, www.allegro-music.com
    with Horace 'the Pacifist' Walsh - Herman Stephens aka 'Self'
    Produced by Hamish Brown at Wavelength Studios, London
    "Dance Of The Vampires"
    "The Mummy's Shroud"
    "The Corpse Rises"
    "Your Teeth In My Neck"
    "Plague Of Zombies"
    All from the Scientist album: "Scientist Rids The World Of The
    Evil Curse Of Vampires"
    Produced and Arranged by: Henry Junjo Lawes
    Rhythm Tracks laid at Channel One
    Mixed at King Tubby's by Scientist
    Published by and courtesy of Greensleeves Records, Ltd.
    DJ: Andre as Andre The Accelrator
    MUSIC MIX: Terry Donovan
    PRODUCTION: Lazlow
    "Neo (The One)" - Performed by Slyder
    "Score [Original Mix]" - Performed by Slyder
    "Shake [revolt clogrock remix] - performed by Chris Walsh & Dave Beran
    "Deep Time" - Performed by Shiver
    "Innerbattle" - Performed by r.r.d.s.
    All of the above appear courtesy of Generation Records
    DJ: Shelley Miller as Andee
    Fatamarse "Bump To The Music"
    Written and produced by Craig Conner
    Vocals - Nancy Jenkinson
    Marydancin "Wash Him Off"
    Written and produced by Craig Conner
    Vocals - Anna Stewart
    April's In Paris "Feels Like I Just Can't Take No More"
    Written and produced by Craig Conner
    Vocals - Paul Mackie, Craig Conner
    Guitars written and performed by Allan Walker
    Lucy "Forever"
    Written and produced by Stuart Ross
    Vocals - Anne Somerville
    Boyz 2 Girlz "Pray It Goes Ok?"
    Written and produced by Craig Conner
    Vocals - Raff Corrilla, Craig Conner
    Da Shootaz "Grand Theft Auto"
    Written and produced by Craig Conner
    Vocals - Robert De Negro
    Funky Bjs "Rubber Tip"
    Written and performed by Stuart Ross
    Hosted by Stretch Armstrong and Lord Sear as themselves
    Mixed by Stretch Armstrong
    Produced by Shecky Green and Stretch Armstrong for Game Records
    "Scary Movies" (Instrumental) - produced and performed by Reef
    "We're Live (Danger)" - Performed by Royce Da 5'9", produced by Rush
    "Nature Freestyle" - Performed by Nature, produced by Rush
    "JoJo Pelligrino Freestyle" - Performed by JoJo Pelligrino, produced by Rush
    "Spit Game" - Performed by Pretty Ugly and Royce Da 5'9" produced by Rush
    "I'm The King" - Performed by Royce Da 5'", produced by Alchemist
    "By A Stranger" - performed by Black Rob, produced by Ayatollah
    "Rising To The Top" - Performed by Agallah and Sean Price, Produced by Agallah
    "Instrumental Bed 1" - produced and performed by Rush
    "Instrumental Bed 2" - produced and performed by Rush
    JoJo Pelligrino appears courtesy of Violator Records
    All of the above appear courtesy of Game Records
    MSX FM
    MC: Code breaker
    DJ: Timecode
    Produced by Timecode
    MIX A "First Contact" by Omni Trio
    Written and produced by R. Haigh
    "Spectre" by Aquasky
    Written and produced by B. Newitt, K. Bailey, D. Wallace
    "Winner Takes All" by Rascal & Klone
    Written and produced by G. Lamas and S. Ward
    MIX B: "Agent 007" by TJ Rizing
    Written and produced by J.T. Manou
    "Quagmire" by Calyx
    Written and produced by L. Cons
    "Get Wild" by Rascal and Klone
    Written and produced by G. Lamas and S. Ward
    "Judgment Day" by Ryme Tyme
    Written and Produced by S. Martins
    All lyrics performed by MC Codebreaker
    All mixes done by Timecode
    All the above tracks appear courtesy of Moving Shadow, Ltd.
    DJ: Maria Chambers as Toni
    "Scarface (Push It To The Limit)" Words & Music by Giorgio Moroder & Arthur W.
    "Rush Rush" Words & Music by Giorgio Moroder & Deborah Harry
    "She's On Fire" Words & Music by Giorgio Moroder & Peter Bellotte
    "Shake It Up" Words & Music by Giorgio Moroder & Arthur W. Barrow
    "I'm Hot Tonight" Words & Music by Giorgio Moroder & Peter Bellotte
    All of the above are from the Motion Picture Scarface (c) 1984
    Hosted and produced by Lazlow as himself
    Written by Dan Houser and Lazlow
    Guests: Lucien Jones, Karin Bykowski, Hank Stewart, Abbi Davis,
    Mellowvision.com, Paul Maloney, bernieS, Frank Fava, Kit Halsted, Joe Casalino,
    Dan Houser, Jay Crutcher, Frank Chavez, DJ Rush, A.M. Watson, Laura Bykowski,
    Navid Khonsari, Sherry Wohglmuth, Porkchop, Renaud Sebbane, Kyle MacLachlan,
    Sabby, Kim Schaefer, Debi Mazar, Nick Mandelos, David Connell, Reed Tucker,
    Jennifer Kolbe, Ami Plasse. Keith Broadus, Cameo Carlson, JD Leeds, Michael
    All commercials written by Dan Houser and Lazlow
    Produced by Lazlow
    Voiced by: Stephanie Roy, Gerry Cosgrove, Sean Lynch, Lazlow, Alex Anthony,
    Jonathan Hanst, Chris Silvestro, Jeff Berlin, Shelley Miller, Ron Reeve,
    Maria Chambers, Alana Silvestro, Alice Saltzman, Dan Houser, Frank Chavez,
    Craig Olivo, Laura Bykowski
    -- DIALOGUE --
    Script by Dan Houser and James Worrall
    Audio Directed by Dan Houser
    Audio produced by Renaud Sebbane
    Frank Vincent as Salvatore Leone
    Joe Pantoliano as Luigi Goterelli
    Michael Madsen as Toni Cipriani
    Michael Rappaport as Joey Leone
    Debi Mazar as Maria
    Kyle MacLachlan as Donald Love
    Robert Loggia as Ray Machowski
    Guru as 8-Ball
    Sondra James as Momma
    Liana Pai as Asuka
    Les Mau as Kenji
    Cynthia Farrell as Catalina
    Al Espinosa as Miguel
    Chris Phillips as El Burro
    Hunter Platin as Chico
    Walter Mudu as D-Ice
    Curtis McClarin as Curtly
    Bill Fiore as Darkel
    Chris Phillips as Marty Chonks
    Hunter Platin as Curly Bob
    Walter Mudu as King Courtney
    Kim Gurney as Misty
    Hunter Platin as Phil the One-Armed Bandit
    Written by Dan Houser and Navid Khonsari and James Worrall
    Directed by Craig Conner, Dan Houser and Lazlow
    Produced by Renaud Sebbane
    Hunter Platin, Dan Houser, Renaud Sebbane, Maria Chambers, Jeff Stanton, Ryan
    Croy, Deena Berman, Alice B. Saltzman, Alex Anthony Sioukas, Sean R. Lynch, Amy
    Salzman, Colin McShane, Corey Wade, Gerald Cosgrove, Stephanie Roy, Doris Woo,
    Joseph Greene, Lazlow Jones, Hsiang Lin, Steve Michael Robert, Mathew Murray,
    Richard Huie, Garvin Atwell, Steve Knezevich, Yukimura Sato, Frank Chavez, Liezl
    Jacinto, Canaan McKoy, Adam Davidson, Lance Williams, Neil McCaffrey, Laura
    Paterson, Rey Concepcion, Charles Herald, Andrew Greenwald, James Mielke, Peter
    Suciu, Alex Odulio, Don Nkrumah, Kendall Pittman, Sal Suazo, Erek Mateo, Chris
    Difate, Leila Milton, Darren Zoltowski, Virginia Smith, Kevin Cassin, Jason
    Shigemori, Kelly Kinsella, Mollie Stickney, Stanton Sarjeant, Laura Walsh, Mark
    Garone, Joanna Sly, Elizabeth Howell, Ana Hercules, Shirley Irick, Kashona
    Fields, Joel M. Lilje, John Dibenedetto, Nancy Giles, Ryan Croy, Jennifer Kolbe,
    Liam Burke, Sigrid Preissl, Anita Fitzsimons, Philippa Raselli, Wil Guesnel,
    Falko Burkert, Sara Sewell
    Producer for DMA Design: Craig Conner and Stuart Ross
    Soundtrack Coordinator: Terry Donovan
    Producer for Rockstar Games: Dan Houser
    Edited by Craig Conner, Allan Walker and Lazlow
    DJ Banter and Imaging written by Dan Houser and Lazlow
    * No, you may not put this document on your website.  I have decided not to
    allow websites other than GameFaqs to host my documents/files.  Please don't
    ask, because I will not grant permission.  In order to make sure that my work
    is always available in it's most up-to-date form, it is necessary for me to
    limit it's distribution to just one site.  I just don't have the time to give
    updates to multiple sites. If anyone sees this document on any site other than
    GameFaqs, please let me know and I will take care of the situation.  Thanks.
    * Everything I know about audio extraction is in this document.  I can't
    provide you with any technical support if you run into any problems because, to
    reiterate, everything I know is already in this document.  Maybe someone on the
    GameFaqs message boards can help you.
    * Do not e-mail me asking if I will share any audio files with you.  It is
    illegal to do, plus I don't have any files to share.  Everything I extracted
    to make the guide has long been deleted.
    * I can't make an audio extraction guide for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
    because it uses a completely different audio format than GTA3 and GTA:VC.
    * I can't help you with audio extraction for any games I did not make guides
    for.  If the files on the game disc look similar to the ones used in the games
    that my guides cover, then you can try the techniques found in my guides.
    Otherwise you're out of luck.  Sorry.
    * I don't know how to extract audio from non-Playstation 2 versions of this
    game (or any other games).  My knowledge only covers the Playstation 2 system,
    and only the games I've written audio extraction guides for (though some of that
    info can be applied to other games that use the same audio formats).
    Ver. 1.0 (11/16/2004)
    The very first version of this guide.
    Ver. 1.1 (11/28/2004)
    Corrected all of the file sizes.  Retried Flashback FM and was able to extract
    it without a problem this time, so it has been removed from the Problem Files
    section/notation and the length and size has been added for it.  Now if only
    I could just get that other problem file to work properly.
    Ver. 1.2 (3/22/2005)
    Added some optional programs to the System Requirements section.
    Ver. FINAL (9/21/2006)
    Added some information about San Andreas audio extraction to the top of the
    Introduction section.
    This document is copyright 2004 by Paul Rudoff.  Grand Theft Auto III is
    copyright 2001 by Rockstar Games Inc., a subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive
    Software.  This document is not associated with or endorsed by Rockstar Games
    Inc., Take-Two Interactive Software, or anyone else involved in the making of
    the game.
    This document may NOT be reproduced, redistributed, sold (in any way,
    shape, or form), published in a magazine, or put anywhere on the Internet
    EXCEPT at GameFaqs.com.
    This copyright notice and disclaimer may be updated by me from time to
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    Any rights expressly and not expressly granted herein are reserved.

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