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    * GAME: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
    * SYSTEM: Playstation 2
    * TITLE: Audio Extraction Guide
    * VERSION: FINAL (5/7/2008)
    * AUTHOR: Paul Rudoff
    * E-MAIL: http://www.theraffon.net/~spookcentral/email.htm
    * WEBSITE: http://www.spookcentral.tk
    01. Introduction & Special Legal Information
    02. System Requirements
    03. Radio Station List
    04. Dialogue List
    05. Extraction Walkthrough
    06. Audio Credits
    07. Soundtrack Album Purchase Links
    08. Quick Answers
    09. Revision History
    10. 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). #
    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.  This is my second 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.  I e-mailed him about this guide and he has given it his
    blessing/endorsement, and I thank him wholeheartedly for that.
    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: Vice City game disc (original version
    preferred, see below), 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 guide was written for the original NTSC version.  There might be
    fundamental differences with the Double Pack, Haitian-Friendly, and PAL
    versions that may prevent you from extracting the audio using the techniques
    in this guide.  At the very least, the Double Pack and Haitian-Friendly versions
    have a song and/or dialogue removed that will obviously make them different from
    what is listed in this guide.
    If you are unsure of which version of Vice City you have, here's some helpful
    information from Robert Allen Rusk's "Vice City Version Differences FAQ"
    (http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/ps2/file/561545/28209) which gives the
    details on the version that this guide is written for.
    | Original Version (Stand-Alone) |
    | ****************************** |
    |   Version Number: 1.40         |
    |   Bar Code Number: 27145       |
    |   Disc Banner Color: Black     |
    |   Disc Ring: PDSS-004995A1     |
    |   Grenades: Tear Gas           |
    * Version Number: The version number can be found by placing the Vice City disc
    into a PC or Mac that has a DVD-ROM drive. Then use a program that can open up
    text files (like Notepad on the PC or SimpleText on the Mac) and open up the
    file "system.cnf".
    * Bar Code Number: On the lower corner of the back cover, at the very bottom of
    the bar code are two sets of numbers. The first set starts with "10425". This
    does not change from version to version so I will not use this set of numbers
    again. It is the SECOND set of numbers that change from version to version.
    * Disc Banner Color: If you look at just the disc itself, at the bottom is the
    PlayStation 2 logo. The area surrounding the logo is the Disc Banner. It will
    come in one of two colors depending on whether it is a Stand-Alone (Black) or
    Double Pack (Red) disc.
    * Disc Ring: Take your Vice City disc and flip it over so you are looking at
    the data (silver) side. Near the center hole you should see the PlayStation 2
    logos. Beyond that you should see some bar codes. This is the Disc Ring.
    Opposite the barcodes you should see some lettering: PDSS-004995A1. If you see
    this, then you have the Original (Haitian-Unfriendly) Version. But if you see
    this: PDSS-004998A1, then you have the Haitian-Friendly Version. This will make
    it easy to determine what version you have in conjunction with the disc banner.
    * Grenades: One of the other changes made to the Haitian-Friendly version is
    that Rockstar replaced the Tear Gas Grenades behind the Washington Beach Police
    Station with regular Grenades. This information, along with the Disc Banner,
    will help you determine what version you have if all you have is just the disc.
    Let the game load and skip the intro cinema. When you gain control of Tommy,
    take the nearby Admiral and hang a left out of the alleyway you begin in. Go up
    to the back of the Washington Beach Police Station and go to where the cop cars
    are parked. Up against the building is where the Weapon Icon is located. Pick it
    up.  If it's Tear Gas Grenades, you have the Original Version.  if it's Regular
    Grenades, you have the Haitian-Friendly version.
    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 hours,
    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 GTA:VC page:
    In particular I suggest you read Blendo75's Original Soundtrack FAQ and
    "Kintaro Oe age 25"'s Radio Station Scripts to read about the difference between
    the in-game radio stations and the soundtrack albums, and to learn about some of
    the music used in the cutscenes (some of which doesn't appear elsewhere in the
    game or on the soundtrack albums).  The short version, as gleemed from Kintaro's
    document, is this:
    THE SOUNDTRACK ALBUMS AND THE IN-GAME MUSIC: The soundtrack albums have very
    little to do with the in-game radio stations, although they are based on them.
    They exist as totally separate recordings, presented as a traditional
    compilation album, without the commercials, DJ links, and song transitions.
    The biggest difference of all is that the in-game music has been cut and remixed
    for Rockstar, while the soundtrack albums contain the original versions of all
    of the songs.
    CENSORED MUSIC: While the soundtrack albums contain all of the music in its
    original form, the in-game versions of a few songs seem to have a few evident
    pieces of censorship.  For example, in "Love Missile F1-11" notice the way the
    music vocals suddenly cut out on the line "A mondo teeno giving head."
    Emotion 98.3 (0:59:07) (433.07 MB)
    Radio Espantoso (1:01:38) (451.5 MB)
    Fever 105 (1:03:14) (463.13 MB)
    Flash FM (1:03:03) (461.89 MB)
    K-Chat (1:43:57) (380.67 MB)
    Police Band (0:29:34) (108.27 MB)
    Taxi Band (0:22:50) (167.34 MB)
    VCPR (1:26:25) (316.46 MB)
    VRock (1:17:22) (566.65 MB)
    Wave 103 (1:06:06) (484.2 MB)
    Wildstyle (1:08:26) (501.22 MB)
    Hymen Memorial Stadium (0:13:08) (96.25 MB)
    * Frankie Goes To Hollywood - "Two Tribes" (Wave 103)
    * Tesla - "Cumin' Atcha Live" (VRock)
    * Gary Numan - "Cars" (Wave 103)
    * Alcatrazz - "God Bless Video" (VRock)
    Ocean View Hotel (0:08:20) (61.03 MB)
    * Unaesta - "La Vida Es Una Lenteja" (Radio Espantoso)
    The Malibu (0:12:16) (89.9 MB)
    * Pointer Sisters - "Automatic" (Fever 105)
    * Go West - "Call Me" (Flash FM)
    * Wang Chung - "Dance Hall Days" (Flash FM)
    North Point Mall (0:04:26) (32.53 MB)
    The Pole Position (0:14:39) (107.29 MB)
    * Animotion - "Obsession" (Wave 103)
    * The Mary Jane Girls - "All Night Long" (Fever 105)
    * Teena Marie - "Behind The Groove" (Fever 105)
    -- NEWS REPORTS --
    Bridges Closed (0:00:20) (2.51 MB)
    Male Newscaster: We interrupt your programming with a message from the state
         department.  All bridges and some roads in the Vice City metropolitan area
         have been closed because of a severe weather warning.  Meteorologists are
         tracking hurricane Hermione, which has devestated five carribean islands,
         and is heading for Vice City.  More updates soon.
    Bridges Re-Opened (0:00:16) (1.95 MB)
    Male Newscaster: We interrupt your programming to inform you all bridges in the
         Vice City metropolitan area have been reopened.  Hurricane Hermione has not
         hit the city.  Sorry for any inconvience.  We thank you for your patience.
         Now, back to the show.
    -- MISC --
    Mission Completion Music (0:00:08) (1.09 MB)
    Love Fist "Publicity Tour" Mission Finale (0:00:56) (6.94 MB)
    ???: [singing] Action, camera, lipstick, lights.  I've been in Mercedes' tights.
         No one knows I play the guitar, wearing her red bra.  Is it true you like
    ???: Jesus, look at them, can they tick.  We thought we'd show you our, ah,
         Temple of Rock... hahaha.  Get a feel for that Love Fist fury!
    ???: Listen to yourself, man.  It's paper-mache and gaffa tape.
    ???: Hey, to the kids, it's a temple and we are the priests!
    ???: Aye, well, if the kids like their priests half cut and tone deaf, who am I
         to argue?
    ???: Oh geez, the tape's getting chewed again.  At this rate, we'll never get to
         play live.
    ???: Oohh shite!  My bowels...
    ???: We gotta get on with it-thanks again Tommy, Know what I am saying, nice
         one, bye!
    Riot Sounds From Ken Rosenberg's "Riot" Mission (0:01:53) (13.79 MB)
    Silence (0:00:15) (1.91 MB)
    Beach Sounds - Water & Waves (0:02:17) (16.84 MB)
    City Sounds, Wind, etc. (0:10:00) (73.24 MB)
    Metal Clanking Sounds & A Guy Laughing (0:00:18) (2.19 MB)
    Hurricane On The Beach (0:00:51) (6.28 MB)
    Hurricane In The City (0:00:54) (6.67 MB)
    Hurricane On The Water (0:00:54) (6.67 MB)
    Water & Waves (0:10:32) (77.14 MB)
    There are also two files in the \MOVIES directory that you can extract the
    audio from.
    Rockstar Logo (0:00:39) (7.22 MB)
    Beginning Credits Music (0:01:22) (15.03 MB)
    This section will list all of the files in the \AUDIO\CUTSCENE\ directory.
    I'm excluding the files in the \AUDIO\SFX\ directory (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
    I'm listing everything in this order: Main Story, Side Jobs, and Asset
    Properties; all (roughly) in the order they appear in the game.  The written
    dialogue, mission titles, and general order come from eL dudE's GTA:VC 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).
    Intro - Marco's Bistro, Liberty City 1986 (1:10) (8.64 MB)
    Sonny: Tommy Vercetti... Huh!  Shit.  Didn't think they'd ever let him out.
    Man #1: He kept his head down, helps people forget.
    Sonny: People will remember soon enough.  When they see him walking down the
         streets of their neighborhoods, it will be bad for business.
    Man #2: Well, what are we gonna do, Sonny?
    Sonny: We treat him like an old friend and keep him busy out of town.  Okay?
         We been talking about expanding down South, right?  Vice City is
         twenty-four carat gold these days.  The Colombians, the Mexicans, hell,
         even those Cuban refugees are cutting themselves a piece of some nice
    Man #1: But it's all drugs, Sonny.  None of the families will touch that shit!
    Sonny: Times are changing.  The families can't keep their backs turned while
         our enemies reap the rewards.  So, we send someone down to do the dirty
         work for us, and cut ourselves a nice quiet slice.  Okay?  Who's our
         contact down there?
    Man #2: Ken Rosenberg, schmuck of a lawyer.  How's he gonna hold Vercetti's
    Sonny: We don't need him to.  We just set him loose in Vice City, we give him a
         little cash to get started.  Okay?  Give it a few months.  Then we go down,
         pay him a little visit, right?  See how he's doing.
    Intro - Escobar International Airport, Vice City (0:31) (3.78 MB)
    Ken: Hey, hey, guys!  It's, uh, Ken Rosenberg here!  Hey!  Heh, heh, hey, great,
         hey!  Well, uh, I'm gonna drive you guys to the meet, okay?  Now, I've
         talked to the suppliers and they are very, huh-ha, keen to start a business
         relationship, so, uh, if all goes well, we should, uh, be doing very nicely
         for ourselves, which is, y'know... good.  Okay, so, they're brothers, okay.
         One operates the uh, the business, and the other one does the flying...
    Intro - Vice City Docks (1:06) (8.14 MB)
    [helicopter flies overhead]
    Ken: Ok, that's them in the chopper.  All right, here's the deal.  They want a
         straight exchange on open ground.  All right?  Ok.  Stay tight, let's go.
    [the supplier exits the copter, Tommy and his associates exit Ken's car and
         greet the supplier]
    Tommy: Got it?
    Supplier: 100% pure grade-A Colombian, my friend.
    Tommy: Let me see it.
    Supplier: The greens?
    Tommy: Tens and twenties, used.
    Supplier: I think we have a deal, my friend.  HA HA!
    Tommy: Oh, shit!
    [gunfire is heard as police come out from hiding and open fire on the gang,
         Tommy's associates are killed, Tommy luckily makes it back to Ken's car]
    Tommy: Go on, get out of here!  Drive!
    An Old Friend (1:22) (10 MB)
    [phone rings]
    Tommy: Hello, Sonny.
    Sonny: Tommy!  Tommy, it's been too long.  I know, I know.  You're just
         overwhelmed with emotion.  Fifteen years - seems like only yesterday.
    Tommy: I guess that's a perspective thing.
    Sonny: Hey, doing time for the family is no piece of cake, but the family
         looks after its own, okay?  So, how'd the deal go down?  You sitting on
         some white gold?
    Tommy: Look Sonny, we were set up.  The deal was an ambush.  Harry and Lee are
    Sonny: You better be kidding me, Tommy.  Tell me you still got the money.
    Tommy: No, Sonny, I don't have the money.
    Sonny: That was my money, Tommy, MY MONEY!  You better not be screwing me,
         Tommy, because you know I'm not a man to be screwed with!
    Tommy: Wait, Sonny.  You have my personal assurance that I'm going to get your
         money back, and the drugs, and I'm gonna mail you the dicks of those
    Sonny: Hey, I already know that.  You're not a fool, Tommy, but I warn you,
         neither am I.  If it was anybody else, you'd be DEAD already.  But because
         it's you, because we got history, I'm gonna let you handle this.
    Tommy: Look, Sonny, you got my word.
    Sonny: I'll be in touch.
    The Party - File #1 (1:29) (10.86 MB)
    Ken: Go get some sleep, he says... hahaha... I have been sitting in this chair
         all night with the lights off drinking coffee.  This is a disaster.  We are
         so screwed, man!  These gorillas, listen to me, are gonna come down here
         and rip MY head off.  It's ridiculous!  I did NOT go to law school for
         this!  Okay, now what the hell are we gonna do?
    Tommy: Shut up, sit down, relax.  I'll tell you what we're gonna do.  You're
         gonna find out who took our cocaine.  And then, I'm gonna kill them.
    Ken: That's a good idea.  That's a GREAT idea.  Let me think, let me think,
         let me think.  OH!  There's this retired Colonel, Colonel Juan Garcia
         Cortez.  He's the one that helped me set up this deal well away from Vice
         City's established thugs.  Okay?  Now, listen.  He's holding his party out
         in the bay on his expensive yacht and all of Vice City's big players are
         gonna be there.  Okay?  I have an invite, of course I have an invite, but
         there's no way that I'm going out there, sticking my head out the door - no
         way!  Not gonna happen.
    Tommy: I told you, shut up!  I'll go myself.
    Ken: Ho - whoa, whoa!  Hey, I like 1978 too, but, y'know, this isn't gonna be a
         beer and strippers do.  I mean, no offense, but I think that you might turn
         heads on the runway for the wrong reasons.
    Tommy: What's wrong with the way I'm dressed?
    Ken: Okay, look, here.  Stop by Rafael's, tell him I sent 'ya.  He'll make you
         look respectable.  Okay, go, c'mon.
    The Party - File #2 (2:46) (20.26 MB)
    Cortez: Buenas noches.  I understand you are here on the behalf of
         Mr. Rosenberg.  I hope any recent problems have not affected his health,
         or uh, mental well being, Mr... uh?
    Tommy: Vercetti.  He's just got a touch of... agoraphobia.
    Cortez: Excellent, excellent.  And you?
    Tommy: I just want my merchandise.
    Cortez: Ah.  It's an unfortunate set of circumstances for all involved.
         Of course, I have initiated my own lines of inquiry, but such a delicate
         matter will take time.  Perhaps we will talk later.  Meanwhile, let me
         introduce you to my daughter, Mercedes!  Cara mia, could you look after
         our guest while I attend to my necessary obligations?
    Mercedes: Of course, daddy.
    Cortez: Please excuse me.
    Tommy: Mercedes!?
    Mercedes: You try living with it.  Anyway, let me point out some of our more
         distinguished guests.  That's our congressman Alex Shrub with rising
         silicone star Candy Suxxx.
    Alex Shrub: And have you met my lovely wife Laura?  No?  Well, unfortunately
         she's in Alabama.  This is Candy.
    Mercedes: And over there we have the Vice City Mambas' star tight end, BJ...
         always the charmer.
    B.J. Smith: I blocked down on him and then I put him in a wheelchair!
    Avery: Haha, that is good!  Well now, I'm looking at some prime real estate
    Mercedes: And that poolside amphibian is Jezz Torrent, lead singer with Love
    Jezz: Can I tell yous, do you know how they play ping-pong in Thailand?  Let me
         tell you's, it does NOT involve a paddle, if you know what I mean!
    Mercedes: Impotent.  And the chatty trio.  That sleeping sweat gland is Papa's
         right hand gimp, Gonzalez, and the other two are Pastor Richards and pseudo
         intellectual film director, Steve Scott.
    Steve: ...all in the throes of passion with the nympho invaders, when the giant
         shark comes in and just bites their dicks off!  Ha now, you never saw
         anything like that before, have you?
    Diaz: Colonel!  Your parties as ever are a triumph, hahahaha!  I can only
         apologize for my late arrival.
    Cortez: Ah, de nada amigo.  How do we find you?
    Diaz: Our business is very trying.  Barbarians at the gates.  A time for
         rewarding one's friends and liquidating one's enemies, amigo.
    Tommy: Who's the loudmouth?
    Mercedes: Ricardo Diaz.  He's Mr. Coke.
    Diaz: Mercedes!
    Mercedes: Oh, I was just taking my friend back into town.  Another
         time, Ricardo!  Let's get out of here.  Actually, take me to the
         Pole Position club.
    Back Alley Brawl - File #1 (0:35) (4.27 MB)
    Ken: Ah!  Well, I hope you're having a good time, because I'm going out of my
         mind with worry here.  What did you find out?
    Tommy: That there are more criminals in this town than in prison.  We need a
         lead from the streets.
    Ken: Okay, let me think, let me think, let me think... AH!  I've got it!  Okay,
         there's this limey, some music industry slimeball, goes by the name of Kent
         Paul.  Anyway, he's got his nose so far up most of Vice City's ass that if
         anybody knows the whereabouts of 20 k's of coke, it's this guy, all right?
         He's always at The Malibu.
    Tommy: I'll go pay him a visit.
    Ken: Take it easy now.
    Back Alley Brawl - File #2 (1:08) (8.3 MB)
    Kent Paul: Where'd you pop up from?  I've been looking for a bird like you for
         ages, mate.  Who know who I am?...
    Tommy: I'm looking for some English guy.
    Kent Paul: ... Kent Paul.  Kent Paul, mate.  Yeah, I'm the guvnor 'round here.
         I sort things out, you know what I mean?  I'll treat you.  Whatever you
         want, I'll get you, girl.  Don't you worry about a thing, mate.
    Tommy: Get lost, honey.
    Kent Paul: Oi oi oi oi oi!
    Tommy: You Kent Paul? I'm a friend of Rosenberg's.
    Kent Paul: Rosenberg... Rosenberg... Oh, that bonkers ambulance chaser!  That
         guy could defend an innocent man all the way to death row!  Give us another
         drink, bruv.
    Tommy: Everybody's a comedian.  Listen to me.  I'm missing twenty keys and a lot
         of cash.
    Kent Paul: Drugs, mate?  It's a mug's game.
    Tommy: What do you know about it?
    Kent Paul: Oi oi! What I was coming to was, there's some chef-cum-trumpetshifter
         who deals out kitchen of a hotel on Ocean Drive.  He's been looking real
         pleased with himself lately.  You could go and check him out.
    Tommy: I will... and I'll be seeing you around.
    Kent Paul: Yeah, that's right.  Go on, walk away, you mug.  I'll knock you spark
         out!  Give me a drink, and where's that slut!
    Back Alley Brawl - File #3 (0:43) (5.3 MB)
    Lance: Oh, way to go, tough guy.  Beat him to a pulp.  That should make him
         real chatty.
    Tommy: You want some, too?
    Lance: Hey, chill.  I want what you want, brother.
    Tommy: Oh, yeah?  And what's that?
    Lance: Your green, and my dead brother's white lady.  Unfortunately, you just
         silenced our lead.
    Tommy: Accidents happen.  Get lost.
    Lance: Hey, hey, whoa.  No need to go all 'Lone Ranger' on my ass.  The way I
         see it, we two hombres in a strange town.  We need to watch each other's
    Tommy: My back's just fine, brother.
    Lance: You sure about that?  Here, take this.  Follow me!
    Jury Fury (0:54) (6.59 MB)
    Ken: Aaah!  Oh, for god's sake, it's you!  Oh, Jeez.  I'm gonna need new pants!
         Hey, those psychos from up north - they've been on the horn, and they're
         coming down here soon.  Now where is the goddamn money?!
    Tommy: Relax, relax.  We're not at that part yet.
    Ken: Ohhh... I thought that you were taking care of this, I really did!  And now
         those guidos say we gotta do them a favor.
    Tommy: You mean I gotta do 'em a favor.
    Ken: Oh, of course that's what I mean.  Do I look like I can intimidate a jury?
         I couldn't intimidate a child, and believe me, I've tried.  Now, look.
         It's either that, or Forelli's cousin, Giorgio, gets five years for fraud.
         You gotta take these guys OUT!
    Tommy: I understand.  Help the jury change their minds.  Don't worry about it.
    Ken: No no no no no - NO!  I tried that.  The jury case didn't go so well, so
         MAKE them change their minds.
    Riot (1:03) (7.76 MB)
    Ken: Avery, it goes without saying... Tommy!  Tommy!  Any progress?
         No, no, no - tell me later, tell me later.  Tommy, this is Avery
         Carrington.  I believe you met at the party?
    Tommy: Not in person.
    Avery: Howdy.
    Ken: Avery here has a proposition.
    Tommy: Haven't we got other things on our mind?
    Ken: I'm trying to keep the wolves from the door, so could you please cut me
         some slack?  I'm stretched like a wire and even if I'm dead by the end
         of the week, I'd like to think that I didn't die poor.
    Avery: Now just calm down, both of you.  Son, you help me and any greaseballs
         giving you a hard time, I'll see to it they take a long dirt nap.
    Tommy: Ok.  What could I do for ya'?
    Avery: This delivery company's got its depot on some prime land.  They won't
         sell.  They're hanging on like a big old prairie rat, so we gotta go in
         there and smoke that vermin out.  Head on down there and stir up a hornet's
         nest.  The security will have their hands full and then you can sneak in
         and put 'em out of business.
    Ken: And you could drop by Rafael's for a change of clothes.  You might be there
         a while, but yeah, go for it.
    Tommy: Should be a riot.
    Avery: If the balls drop like they should, stop by my office sometime.
    Treacherous Swine (0:48) (5.85 MB)
    Cortez: Mr. Vercetti!
    Tommy: Colonel.
    Cortez: Thank you for coming.  Please sit.  Lobster?
    Tommy: No,thanks.
    Cortez: I am ashamed to admit that one of the causes of our mutual problem
         appears to have been the loose tongue of a man I used to trust.  I've
         been carrying Gonzalez for years, but now his incompetence reaches new
         heights!  It is only right that you kill Gonzalez.
    Tommy: Did he do it?  It's the money that's important to me.
    Cortez: For this kindness I'll reward you, and then we will find your money
         together.  He will be at his Penthouse, half drunk probably.  Use this.
         [he hands Tommy a weapon]
    Mall Shootout (0:52) (6.45 MB)
    Cortez: Tommy!  Come, join me.  This looks delicious, huh?  Tapia snout?
    Tommy: Uhhh... no, no.  No, thanks.
    Cortez: Tommy, you are like a pampas breeze that has freed me from the stench
         of corruption.  Although, I must appear to mourn his passing and carry on
         with business as usual.
    Tommy: This isn't getting me any closer to my money.
    Cortez: Tommy, my friend, you are not in Liberty now.  Here... we do things
         differently.  I will continue with my enquiries, but in the meantime I have
         a valuable deal to close.
    Tommy: A favor for a friend, Cortez?
    Cortez: You're a good friend, Tommy.  I knew you would not let me down.  I need
         you to meet a courier who has obtained some valuable technology for me.
    Guardian Angels (0:26) (3.28 MB)
    Cortez: Thomas, I appreciate your coming.  Forgive me for getting straight to
         business.  Diaz has asked me to oversee a minor business transaction.
    Tommy: Let's hope it goes better than last time.
    Cortez: Which is why I thought of you, my friend.  I've dropped some protection
         at the multistory carpark.  Pick it up, then go and watch over Diaz's men
         at the drop off.  Gracias, amigo.
    Sir, Yes Sir (0:37) (4.51 MB)
    Cortez: Diaz was pleased, and would like to meet you again.
    Tommy: Is that a good thing?
    Cortez: Of course!  Although I'm starting to think that Diaz was responsible
         for our unfortunate loss.
    Tommy: What makes you say that?
    Cortez: One does not wave accusations at a man like Diaz... I'm merely thinking
         out loud.  No matter.  I have a proposal that you could profit from...
    Tommy: I don't have time to run more errands, Cortez.
    Cortez: I would have thought a man with such dangerous debts would be hungry
         for opportunities.  Please, Tommy, at least hear me out.
    Tommy: Go on.
    Cortez: I have a buyer for a piece of military hardware that is being taken
         through town.  Pick it up for me, and once you get it, I want you to call
         me immediately, then...
    All Hands On Deck - File #1 (0:23) (2.89 MB)
    Cortez: Circumstances force a hasty departure, amigo.
    Tommy: What's the problem?
    Cortez: Ehh, the French want their missile technology back and after that last
         incident, I feel it is time to find safer harbors.
    Tommy: Wouldn't it be safer to fly?
    Cortez: I'd be dead before I reached check-in.  Besides, I need to get my
         merchandise out of the country.
    Tommy: Need another gun?
    Cortez: You, my friend, are worth ten guns... Hahaha!
    All Hands On Deck - File #2 (0:34) (4.15 MB)
    Cortez: Thomas, you have protected and served me well.  But now you must leave
         us before we reach the open seas.  I will lower my personal launch.  Keep
         it, my friend, a token of my gratitude.
    Tommy: Thank you, Colonel.
    Cortez: One more request.  While I'm away, could you keep an eye on Mercedes
         for me?
    Tommy: I think she could look after herself, but sure, I'll keep an eye out.
    Cortez: Gracias, amigo.  Hasta luego.
    Tommy: Adios, amigo.
    -- RICARDO DIAZ --
    The Chase (1:01) (7.54 MB)
    Diaz: Come on, baby, go!  Yeah!  Yeah!  Arrrrr!  Stupid horse!  I'll chop your
         head off!  Grrrrr... Who is this dickhead?
    Tommy: Tommy Vercetti.  You remember me.
    Diaz: Excuse me.  I'm a little anxious.  Never trust a goddamn horse!  You do a
         good job, you work for me now.
    Tommy: I work for money.
    Diaz: As I said, amigo, you work for me now.
    Tommy: I work for...
    Diaz: Shut up.  Some Judas has betrayed me.  He thinks I don't know how much
         money I should be making.  But stealing 3% is as good as stealing 100%.  No
         one does this to me.  NO ONE!!  You follow him from his apartment and you
         see where he goes!  Later, we will kill him.
    Phnom Penh '86 - File #1 (0:52) (6.45 MB)
    Diaz: What kind of incompetent fool are you?  FOOL!  FOOL!  FOOL!  FOOL!  Tommy!
    Tommy: What, Ricardo?
    Diaz: These idiots, they always trying to screw you.  That's the problem with
         this business.  What do you think YOU'RE doing?  These pricks have failed
         me miserably.  Soon any mom and pop will think they can sell gallo in Vice
         City.  What next, huh?  The stinking Mafia?!  That gang place is a fortress
         at ground level, so Quentin here... Quentin! QUENTIN!  He'll fly you over
         the area!  Eradicate them!  What do you think YOU'RE doing?
    Phnom Penh '86 - File #2 (0:13) (1.58 MB)
    Tommy: What are you doing here?
    Lance: Hey, I've been asking around and it's obvious that Diaz jumped the deal
         and iced my brother.
    Tommy: And he'll kill you, too!
    Lance: I can take Diaz!
    Tommy: No, listen to me!  I'll handle Diaz, he's beginning to trust me.
    The Fastest Boat (0:49) (6.07 MB)
    Diaz: Not so pleased with yourselves NOW, huh!  Ahahahahaa, Ahahahahaa.
    Tommy: Whoa!  Watch where you're waving that thing!
    Diaz: No more pigeon shit on MY car, eh Tommy!
    Tommy: Guess not.
    Diaz: You're damn right.  Now listen,  You know who owns the fastest boat on
         the east coast?
    Tommy: Not off hand, no.
    Diaz: ME.  And I want it to stay that way.  Every smuggler from here to Caracas
         has one dream, a faster boat.  Rumor has it the boatyard has just completed
         such a vessel for some Costa Rican dickhead.  And Tommy... I WANT THAT
         BOAT!!!  Ah!  I thought I got you.  Where'd you come from?  Pigeons!  Boom!
    Tommy: I think your pigeons are back.
    Supply And Demand - File #1 (0:58) (7.08 MB)
    Diaz: Eject!  PLASTIC CRAP!  You doing this to ME?  Who do you think you are,
         you piece of plastic SHIT?  Aaarrgh! [gunshots]  SCREW YOU!  It eats my
         favorite El Burro movie, it die!  What else could I do?
    Tommy: It's probably not plugged in.
    Diaz: What?  Damn.  No matter, I can buy a hundred more.  Now Tommy, each month
         a freelancer sails into Vice City and moors his yacht.  He sells his cargo
         to the first boat.  I want you to take the speedboat and beat all the other
         shitheads to it, then you bring the cargo here, ok!?
    Supply And Demand - File #2 (0:25) (3.05 MB)
    Tommy: Let me guess, you thought I could use a guardian angel.
    Lance: I'm just saying you need to let me in there, my man.  Now you can feed me
         all this 'lonely tough guy' crap, but I know one day I'm gonna save your
         ass, and you're probably gonna wanna kiss me!
    Tommy: Wacko.
    Lance: Hahahahahaha!
    [I think this is the correct mission]
    Supply And Demand - File #3 (0:16) (1.95 MB)
    [water sounds]
    Tommy: Aaarrgh... that's the last of them.
    Lance: I'm gonna start it up.  I think we got some new friends.
    [boat engine sounds]
    -- KENT PAUL --
    Death Row (0:25) (3.05 MB)
    Kent Paul: Awright mush, I'm gonna save your Vera, mate.
    Tommy: What the hell are you talking about?
    Kent Paul: You know that wanker Diaz, the Bugle Master.  He's got your boy,
         Lance.  Word is your mate tried to jump him, didn't jump high enough if
         you know what I mean.
    Tommy: Where did he take him?  In plain English?
    Kent Paul: Keep your barnet on!  They got him across town at the junkyard.
         Bloody hell.... you nutter!
    Rub Out - File #1 (0:19) (2.31 MB)
    Lance: I got us some cannons in the trunk.
    Tommy: Holy shit! Where'd you get all this stuff?
    Lance: Been saving it for a rainy day.
    Tommy: Ha, ha, ha.
    Lance: You like?
    Tommy: Yeah, I like.
    Rub Out - File #2 (0:40) (4.97 MB)
    Diaz: You stupid pricks... my beautiful house... look what you've done to it!
    Lance: This is for my brother!
    Diaz: I trusted you, Tommy.  I woulda had you made.
    Lance: [cocks gun] Say goodnight, Mr. Diaz.  [gunshot]  Tommy, man, we did it.
         We're in charge of this place now.  We can take over.  You and me, Vance
         and Vercetti, the two V's.  I like that.
    Shakedown (0:49) (5.98 MB)
    Ken: Oh, we gotta redecorate this place.  We gotta make it look older.  I can't
         stand this look.  Tommy, whadaya say?  Whadaya say we put a bar in...
    Tommy: You're my lawyer, Rosenberg, not my interior decorator.  Got it?  Listen
         to me.  The time to take over this town is now.  It's all out there waiting
         for us.
    Lance: We need to start seizing territory.  Let Vice City know we're the new
         players in town, know what I'm saying?
    Avery: What you need is a legitimate front Tommy, real estate.  It's never done
         me no harm.
    Lance: We need to start using some muscle or we can kiss all that hard work
         goodbye.  Local businesses know Diaz is dead, and they're refusing to pay
    Ken: Ooh! We could try bribery.
    Tommy: Bribery?  Screw bribery!  I'll show you how to make 'em scared!
    Tommy: I'll be back here in five minutes.
    Bar Brawl (0:28) (3.41 MB)
    Tommy: What's the problem?
    Lance: Some bar is refusing to pay.  They reckon they're protected by a local
         gang of thugs.  But don't worry Tommy, I can handle it.
    Tommy: You call this handling it?  You two, off your asses.  Let's go.
    Copland (0:59) (7.2 MB)
    Lance: You moron!  What were you thinking?!  Do you realize what this means?!
         We could all be sunk!
    Mike: The timer must have got screwed.  That place was wired to go up like a
         firework factory.  Then somebody tipped off the cops...
    Tommy: What's the problem, fellas?
    Lance: Mike was supposed to torch some place in the mall, but he screwed the
         fuses and now the cops are crawling all over it.  We gotta get our stuff
         and get out of here!
    Tommy: Relax, both of you, let me think for a second!  Tommy Vercetti just
         doesn't cut and run.  The cops are gonna be going over that building with
         a fine toothed comb, right?  But that takes time.  We gotta go in and torch
         that place ourselves.
    Lance: Yeah, but...
    Mike: No one but a cop could get within a mile of that place!
    Tommy: So we go as cops.  We gotta get uniforms, and we're gonna need a squad
         car.  All thanks to you Mike.
    Mike: I'm sorry.
    Lance: I got it.  What we gotta do is lure the cops in with the finger, put 'em
         in a lock-up, and jump 'em.
    Tommy: Good plan.  Let's go!
    Mike: Alright.
    Cap The Collector (0:29) (3.54 MB)
    Tommy: Ok, what's the emergency?
    Ernest Kelly: Tommy... some mob thugs... said they'd come to take their cut...
         said it was a Mr. Forello's money... I feel like crap.
    Tommy: Forelli? SONNY Forelli?
    Ernest Kelly: Yeah, that's the guy... I think... they were very insistent...
    Tommy: I'm not angry with you.  Get him to the hospital.
    Ernest Kelly: Tommy... rip that guy a new asshole for me.
    Tommy: I'm gonna rip him two!
    Keep Your Friends Close - File #1 (0:54) (6.59 MB)
    Tommy: What's going on?
    Ken: Tommy! Oh good, good.  Listen, listen.  Uh, listen, I like fish.  I love
         fish.  I love them as pets in bowls, or as food on a plate, but as much
         as I love em, I don't want to sleep with them, okay, but right now your
         Italian brothers are coming from up there to fit me with some cement shoes,
         and I...
    Tommy: Shut up Ken.  Sit down.  Lance, what the hell's going on?
    Lance: It's your friends up north, Tommy.  They ain't too happy you capped their
         man.  They're coming down to see the business today.
    Tommy: They took longer than I thought.  Guys, we gotta make this final.
         We gotta leave no doubt that this is my operation.  Mine!  Ken, you get the
         first run of counterfeit cash and put twenty mil in briefcases.  Lance, you
         get the guys together...
    Keep Your Friends Close - File #2 (1:28) (10.82 MB)
    Sonny: Tommy!  What?  No big hugs for your old buddy?
    Tommy: I've had fifteen years out of the loop.  I'm a bit rusty on family
    Sonny: Always angry, eh Tommy.  Didn't I say your temper would get you into
         trouble, huh?
    Tommy: There's three mil in the cases.
    Sonny: How many was it?  Ten?  No, eleven men.  That's how you get to be called
         the Harwood Butcher!  Heh-heh-heh!
    Tommy: You sent me to kill one man... ONE MAN.  They knew I was coming, Sonny...
    Sonny: Tommy, Tommy, watch your tone.  Anyone would think you blame me for that
         unfortunate set of circumstances.
    Tommy: Just take the money.  Get the damn cash.
    Sonny: You know, Tommy?  I did what I could for you, I pulled strings, called in
         favors.  I was your friend, Tommy.  I HOPED you'd see sense, see what's
         good for business.  I trusted you, Tommy, and you disappointed me.  But at
         least someone in your chicken shit organization knows how to do business.
         Isn't that right, Lance?
    Lance: Sorry, Tommy.  This is Vice City!  This is business!
    Tommy: You sold us out.
    Lance: No.  I sold YOU out, Tommy.  I sold YOU out.  The real cash is upstairs
         in the safe.
    Sonny: So, Tommy, what was the big plan?  You think I'd just take the fake cash?
         Save face and run away with my tail between my legs?!
    Tommy: No.  I just wanted to piss you off before I kill you.
    Keep Your Friends Close - File #3 (6:58) (51.02 MB)
    Ken: Tommy?  Oh my god, Tommy!  What happened?
    Tommy: What does it look like?
    Ken: It looks like you ruined your suit, and Tommy, that was a beautiful suit!
         Tommy, what on earth happened?
    Tommy: I had a disagreement with a business associate, you know how it is.
    Ken: Tommy, I have a disagreement, I send them an angry letter.  Maybe I pee in
         their mailbox.  I don't start World War III.  You know, maybe you should
         speak to my shrink.
    Tommy: That stupid prick, Lance.
    Ken: Tommy.  I never liked that guy, okay?  He's neurotic, he's insecure, he's
         self-centered... the guy's an asshole!  I'm glad you took him out!
    Tommy: I don't think we're gonna be getting any more heat from up north
         either... 'cause there ain't no 'up north', anymore.  It's all down south
    Ken: Wait, does that mean what I think it means?  Tommy, baby!
    Tommy: What do you think it means?
    Ken: That we're in charge... I mean, that you're in charge.  Oh, Tommy!
    Tommy: You know, Ken.  I think this could be the beginning of a beautiful
         business relationship.  After all, you're a conniving, backstabbing,
         two-bit thief, and I'm a convicted psychotic killer and drug
         dealer... hehehe.
    Ken: I know.  Ain't it just beautiful?
    [instrumental music plays for the next five and a half minutes]
    Four Iron (0:50) (6.1 MB)
    Avery: Come in and park yourself on the hide, son.  Hell, my daddy used to say,
         never look a gift horse in the mouth, and by golly, he never did.  Would
         you like a drop of the old Kentucky?
    Tommy: No thanks.
    Avery: A clean thinker!  I like that.  Now, the property business isn't all
         about high-falootin' paper pushing.  It's about dirt!  And the will to
         claim that dirt!  You with me, son?
    Tommy: Oh yeah.
    Avery: Well, I need some tenacious bastard to let go of some dirt, and you look
         to me like the kind of guy to persuade him.
    Tommy: Persuasion's my forte.
    Avery: Yeh, he'll be down at the country club, down on the golf course.  They
         don't allow guns, so his bodyguards won't be packing lawgivers.  Go beat
         eight tons of crap out of him.  Here now. I got you a membership, and boy
         you're going to need more appropriate clothing.
    Demolition Man (0:40) (4.97 MB)
    Avery: Now look here, son.  I got a problem and I reckon you could help me
         with it.
    Tommy: I'm no builder.
    Avery: No, I was thinking more of your demolition skills.  Now this here, this
         is the development as planned and this, this is the property that we're
         looking at.
    Tommy: You're trying to say this new office block is kind of in the way.
    Avery: You catch on quick.  Now I'm going to head out of town for a while, and
         if that office development were to face sudden and insurmountable
         structural problems, then I...
    Tommy: As a civil minded individual you'd feel obliged to step in and save the
         rejuvenation of an important area of the city?
    Avery: Where can I get more guys like you!?
    Two Bit Hit (0:44) (5.46 MB)
    Avery: Tommy, this is Donald Love.  Donald, this here is Tommy Vercetti, the
         latest gunslinger to come to these parts.
    [Donald tries to start speaking, but is immediately cut off]
    Avery: Donald, you just shut up and listen, and you might learn something.
         Now, nothing brings down real estate prices quicker than a good
         old-fashioned gang war, 'cept maybe a disaster, like a biblical plague or
         something, but, that may be going too far in this case.  You getting this
         down, you four-eyed prick?  Now recently a Haitian gang lord died.
         Apparently the Cubans did it, nobody's certain.  But let's make them
         certain!  You disguise yourself as a Cuban hombre, and head on down and
         crash that funeral.  Mix it up, and then high tail it.  You getting this
         down, Donald?  Well, that ought to put the coyote in the chicken coop, huh?
         And then we'll just sit back, and watch the prices tumble.
    -- LOVE FIST --
    Love Juice (1:03) (7.76 MB)
    Jezz: AllllllllRrrighttt!
    Kent Paul: Yessss!  Brilliant, bloody brilliant!  Hey, Tommy!  Glad you could
         make it.  Hey, you ever met Love Fist before?
    Tommy: No, I haven't, but I've always loved your music.
    Kent Paul: Let me introduce you to the band.  This is Percy, Dick, and Willy's
         in the kaze, and that was Jezz in the booth earlier, and guys, I want you
         to meet a good friend of mine.  This is Tommy.  We go way back.
    Jezz: All right, pal.  And eh, what was your name again?
    Kent Paul: Leave it out, Jezz you, remember don't be playing them games with me,
         mate, I'm too crafty for that, sunshine!  You see, the thing is, Tom, the
         boys need some help.  They ain't too connected here, they don't have the
         old 'how's your father?'
    Jezz: We need some drugs, pal!  Gonna get on the old Love Fist fury, you know?!
    Tommy: Well, this is Vice City, man.  What's the problem?
    Dick: Love Juice, man!
    Percy: We need Love Juice, man, you know?
    Tommy: Love Juice?
    Jezz: Aye, two parts boomshine, 1 part trumpet, 5 fizz bombs and a liter of
    Percy: Can you help us out, pal?  Aw, it would really mean a lot to the boys.
    Kent Paul: You can do that for the boys, right?
    Psycho Killer (0:39) (4.86 MB)
    Kent Paul: Tommy, man.  Am I glad to see you!
    Tommy: What's going on?
    Jezz: Bad vibes, Tommy.
    Percy: Aye, I'm not joking, it's heavy stuff man, heavy you know?
    Jezz: There's this cat, we hardly know him, but he knows us.  Like this cat.
         Knows all about us.  Knows that Willy likes his ladies' underwear, eh!
         Or that Percy likes Duran Duran!
    Percy: Shut up ye fool.  Just 'cause Jezz bangs sheep.  It's a love rocket
         thing, you know?
    Kent Paul: Oi, shut it!
    Jezz: Yeah, the love rocket thing, right. But listen, this cat...
    Kent Paul: Yeh, yeh, the guy, he wants Love Fist dead.  Dead, Tommy.
         Love Fist, gone. You know what they say, the good die young, but Tommy,
         you gotta save Love Fist!
    Jezz: We got a signing in two hours and I think...
    Kent Paul: And the boys think the stalker's gonna try some monkey business
    Publicity Tour (0:29) (3.6 MB)
    Jezz: Tommy!  Tommy!  Tommy, man, that psycho's back!
    Tommy: What's going on?
    Kent Paul: That psycho won't leave Love Fist alone!
    Jezz: You didn't kill him, man, and now he's back.
    Kent Paul: Yeah, yeah, yeah, and the thing is...
    Jezz: The thing is, we need someone to drive the limo we can trust, cause that
         nutter keeps making threats!
    Percy: I'm shitin' masel' man.  I need ma ma!
    Dick: We're all bricking ourselves, man.
    Tommy: Okay guys, calm down, I'll handle this.  Normally I wouldn't busy myself
         with driving around a bunch of drunken Scottish bisexuals.  But, in your
         case, I'll make an exception.
    -- MITCH BAKER --
    Alloy Wheels Of Steel (0:59) (7.2 MB)
    Tommy: Where's Baker?  I'm looking for Big Mitch Baker.
    Mitch: Who's lookin'?
    Tommy: Tommy Vercetti.
    Mitch: Vercetti.  You don't look like the law, so that's bought you a minute.
         You better talk fast.
    Tommy: Kent Paul said you might be interested in pulling security for a gig he's
         got set up.
    Mitch: Kent Paul?  Sheesh!  No wonder he sent ya.  The last time he was here he
         left through the window in nothing but his limey birthday suit.
    Tommy: Are you interested or not?
    Mitch: We only do favors for our own.
    Tommy: How do I join?
    Mitch: This ain't no country club, boy. Can you handle a bike?
    Tommy: Can you sit on a stool and drink?
    Mitch: Cougar, Zeppelin, go see how this girl handles a bike.
    Messing With The Man (0:51) (6.22 MB)
    Mitch: Ah, got ya again.  Hey Vercetti.  Cougar says you can handle a bike
         pretty good.
    Tommy: Yeah, how many more errands am I gonna have to run?  I'm a very busy man.
         If it's a fight that's gonna settle this, then bring it on.
    Mitch: Being one of us ain't just about brawlin'.  It's about being part of a
    Tommy: Yeah, I've been part of a family before, alright.  It didn't work out.
    Mitch: Yeah, right, but this family takes care of its own.  We don't ask a man
         to do the dirty work and then let him do fifteen years hard time.  Yeah,
         that's right.  I've done my homework.  This here's the biggest family of
         misfits, outcasts and badasses.  Hell, some of us has even been betrayed by
         our own country.
    Tommy: I was locked up during 'Nam.  Ugly business.
    Mitch: Which is why I'm gonna ask you to go mess with the man.  This whole damn
         country needs a kick in the ass, and we're the ones to deliver it.  So get
         out there, grab a bike, and show this city how pissed you are!
    Tommy: Alright, alright.
    Hog Tied (0:39) (4.86 MB)
    Tommy: Hey there, Mitch.
    Mitch: Well, if it ain't 'bad ass' Vercetti.  Now I wanna see how good you can
         fight for your patch.  A local street gang made the mistake of stealing my
         hog... probably because of some machismo thing or somethin'.  Me and the
         boys would go over there and teach them a lesson in respect an'all.
         Anyways.  Then I got to thinking.  This would make a good initiation for
         you.  You get my bike back, you can tell Paul he's got his security.
    Juju Scramble (1:23) (10.22 MB)
    Tommy: Hello?  Hello?
    Auntie: Come in, my dear, and rest your soul.  You must be the big bad man me
         grandaddy been chattin' 'bout.  Tells me tings about you, you know, when
         he visits, and about the others who wait for you.  Now, we all dead from
         long time, but you, I wouldn't want to be in your shoes, ha ha ha ha ha!
    Tommy: I got a message to come here.
    Auntie: Can you hear dem?  Dem callin' your name, boy, must want you pretty bad,
         don't ya tink?  Now you do old Aunite Poulet a turn, and maybe she help
         you.  Maybe she can give you a little juju after all of dis.  Give you some
         magic to give the law man the stink eye, hmmmmm?
    Tommy: Look, this is all very, um... give me what?
    Auntie: Ssssshhhhh....
    Tommy: I, I, I think I've got the wrong address...
    Auntie: Do me these tings, Tommy.  The Cubans, nasty proud foofoos, mmm, been
         making my lovely Haitian boys shake their heads.  Now they told the
         policeman where me been stashing my powders.  Dey tink it drugs, them
         stupid.  Now be a good boy Tommy and go and get the powders for Auntie
    Tommy: Yeah, yeah, sure, sure.
    Bombs Away! (0:59) (7.27 MB)
    Tommy: Oh, sorry, I, I must have the wrong address.
    Auntie: Well, you might as well come in and rest your soles and have some tea.
         Do you have something there for me, Tommy?
    Tommy: Yeah.  This place feels familiar to me, uh - it's - a smell from
         childhood - a deja vu.
    Auntie: Now Tommy, I'm going to whisper a lickle errand for you.  Hear me
         well, aye?
    Tommy: You look like someone I, I...
    Auntie: The Cubans have fast boats they use to cross the seas with drugs.
         It is their livelihood.  Me nephew bin making lickle flying bombs to take
         dem out.  Blow de boats to coffin wood.
    Tommy: Thanks for the tea.
    Dirty Lickin's (0:44) (5.46 MB)
    Tommy: Hello? Hello.. uh... I'm looking for somebody around here.
    Auntie: You looking hungry, Tommy.
    Tommy: Do I know you?
    Auntie: Hush now.  One more ting an I can let you go, Tommy.  My boys gone war
         wit dem Cuban boys.  But no guns.  Hmm, but de Cubans have a surprise
         comin'.  While they fight in de streets, you take this rifle and kill dem
         in de hubbub.  No one sees you, no one hear you.  Now, Tommy, you do this
         for me, and you no longer tied to my apron strings.
    Tommy: Kay auntie..
    Stunt Boat Challenge (1:16) (9.35 MB)
    Alberto: Si, men?
    Umberto: Hey, easy Papi, this man's for me.  You, you the boy?  Oh yeah.
         You the boy.  I think so, you know?
    Tommy: No.  I don't think I do.
    Umberto: Oh yeah?  You come here, tough guy.  You think you take me on?
         You think you play stupid with me?
    Tommy: No, I think you're playing plenty stupid enough for both of us.
    Alberto: Hey, he call you dumb, son.
    Umberto: And I call him a little girl, Papi.  Look at him, all dressed up like
         that.  What is this, ladies night?  You some kind of tough guy, you dress
         like a woman?  You got on panties like a woman too, huh?
    Tommy: What you got against women?  You prefer men, big boy?
    Umberto: I like women!  I like all women!  I love my mother, chico!
    Tommy: Alright, alright, I'll take your word for it.  Relax.
    Umberto: Can you drive, amigo?
    Tommy: Yeah... like a woman.
    Umberto: Very funny.  I like you, big boy.  Maybe you can help.  Maybe you can
         prove you a man.  Huh?  Take out the boat.  Show me you got some big
         cojones, and not some little bitty chiquita ones.
    Cannon Fodder (0:33) (4.1 MB)
    Tommy: Un cafecito, por favor, Alberto...
    Alberto: No hay problema, Tommy.
    Umberto: Papi! Un gran problema!
    Alberto: Umberto my son, what happened?
    Umberto: The Haitians! I hate these Haitians!  They mess with me for the last
         time!  These Haitians! We take 'em out!  Only we need some backup.  I lost
         a few hermanos already out there.  Amigo, you drive good!
    Tommy: For a woman.  Right?
    Umberto: This is no time for joking!  Come on, drive for me again!  Take my boys
         over there, and then we'll take these Haitians down!  They mess with me,
         they mess with the biggest boy in town!
    Naval Engagement (0:54) (6.59 MB)
    Tommy: Alberto.  Una cafe, senor.
    Umberto: Poppa, don't serve this snake in the straw.  You're two-faced, Tommy!
         You're either two-faced, or you're a wimp, baby boy!  The Haitians, man.
         They're laughing at me!
    Tommy: Easy, easy.  What's your problem?
    Umberto: They're laughing at me, Tommy.  At me!  Umberto Robina!  They're doing
         whatever they like!
    Tommy: Nobody does whatever they like, Umberto.  They do what you let them do.
    Umberto: What?
    Tommy: You want somebody taken care of?  I can handle it, but it's gonna cost
         you.  I know we're brothers and all, but this is business.
    Umberto: Tommy.  You a real man.  Businessman, a gentleman.  These Haitians.
         They have a load of product coming in off shore, really good stuff.
         We take it, and we finish them.  You take it, and I look after you.
         Like my brother.  Like my son.
    Tommy: I think I prefer the cash to being bounced on your knee, amigo.
    Trojan Voodoo (1:17) (9.51 MB)
    Umberto: Hey, ladies.  You know what I'm gonna do?  I'm gonna kill me a Haitian.
         And then?  And then I'm going to make love like a man.  You know that,
         chica?  Something like this. [makes some vulgar body gestures]
    Woman #1: He's so gross.  Loser!
    Woman #2: Prick...
    Umberto: Hey, baby, I wouldn't touch you with a ten foot pole!  Umberto Robina,
         he likes the ladies!  Not some goat in a skirt!  Tommy!!  Tommy!!  I love
         you, I love you!  Let's go!
    Tommy: Go where?  Can I get a cup of coffee first?
    Umberto: No time for coffee!  Besides, I just had one.  We gonna take out the
         Haitians.  Tommy, how do you take out a snake?  You bite him in the ass!
    Tommy: Whatever you say, Umberto.
    Umberto: Tommy, you go and get us a little Haitian car.  When you get it, come
         back and pick up my boy, Pepe... and take him out to the Haitians.  Then,
         you go around to the Haitians processing plant, and you use their solvent
         as an explosive.  Boom!  Bye bye!
    Tommy: Umberto, what about you?
    Umberto: Uhh... I'm going to stay behind, and watch over the cafe with Poppa.
         He not feeling so good.  You know?
    -- PHIL CASSIDY --
    Gun Runner (0:59) (7.27 MB)
    Tommy: Phil?
    Phil: RUN!  Run!
    Phil: Hoooooweeeeee!  Never get a naked flame too close to one of Phil Cassidy's
         Boomshine stills!
    Tommy: Shit, Phil, you drink that stuff?
    Phil: Hell, you don't have to drink it... just a good whiff will set you off.
    Tommy: Listen Phil, you said you could fix me up with some firepower.
    Phil: Sure thing.  There's some Mexican gun-runner, been doing me for business
         of late.  He does his weekly run about now.  Ram his hardware off the back
         of his trucks before he goes to ground.  And you'd be doing me a favor
         while you're at it.  Then finish him off.
    Boomshine Saigon (0:56) (6.94 MB)
    Tommy: Hey Phil, how's it goin?
    Phil: Heeyyyy, Tommy.  Howyadoin'?  Ish been too long.
    Tommy: I swear you should lay off that boomshine, man.  Smells like paint
         stripper.  Making my eyes burn...
    Phil: Shshs shhh youshelf, Tommy... and come over here because there's someshin'
         I wanna show you... someshin.
    Tommy: Woof!  God!  Should I be able to smell that from way over here?
         I'm feeling woozy.
    Phil: Don'tchaworry about the shmell Tommy, you jush wash thish.
         Shitty-cheap-batteriesh or shumin'.  There'sh shum more on the bench.
    Phil: Aww Damn!  Ha ha ha ha ha!
    Sunshine Autos (0:53) (6.56 MB)
    B.J. Smith: B.J. Smith.  And you must be Mr. Vercetti.  Would you like the tour?
    Tommy: Might as well.
    B.J. Smith: Well, I'm very sad to be selling the dealership to y'all.  This was
         my first investment after I turned pro.  But now it's time for me to move
    Tommy: You're leaving town?  Not in too much of a hurry, I hope?
    B.J. Smith: No. I'm just coming out of retirement, and preparing for my future
         comeback.  The business wasn't too strong, and my staff took it upon
         themselves to get a bit more creative with the generation of wealth.
         Obviously, I could wind down the business before I hand it over.  Hell, I
         could burn the place down if I wanted to.  This is prime development land.
    Tommy: Oh, I wouldn't worry about any of that.  This place seems perfect.
    B.J. Smith: Yeah it does. So I take it we have a deal?
    Cherry Popper Ice Cream Factory (1:26) (10.55 MB)
    Maude: Who are you?
    Tommy: Your new owner.
    Maude: Were you now, or at any time, a child?
    Tommy: What are you talking about?
    Maude: Were you a child!?
    Tommy: Yes!  Calm down!  What's wrong with you?
    Maude: I knew it.  A child.  A dirty, stinking, sniveling, snotting, vile,
         puking, crying little baby.  A baby!  An awful, horrible, disgusting
         little boo hoo.  Mommy doesn't love you.  You little shit!
    Tommy: Ow!  Calm down.
    Maude: I HATE babies, and I hate children.  They're dirty, sniveling, snotting,
         vile, puking little...
    Tommy: Enough already!  What's wrong with you?  You make soft ice cream, okay?
         It's purely for kids.  What kind of psycho are you?  Just so I understand
         this, why make children happy if you hate them?
    Maude: Oh, you stupid, sniveling, snotty...
    Tommy: Shut up!
    Maude: Brat!  The ice cream is a front.  We distribute other, non-dairy
         products.  And if I see a kid, I put him to good use.  Don't I, kiddies?
         Yes - yes, I do.  Mummy doesn't love you.  She HATES you!
    -- BOATYARD --
    Boatyard (0:46) (5.68 MB)
    Tommy: Hello?  Hel-lo?!  Hello?
    Dude #1: Put it out.  There's a dude here.  Hey suit dude!  I guess you're
         the new owner?  Yeah...
    Tommy: Which one of the boats is the fastest?
    Dude #1: It's already in the water, dude.  I though you might want to try
         her out.
    Dude #2: Dude, she's already running with a 300 horse power engine...
    Dude #1: and the fiberglass hull, she just shoots through the waves!
    Dude #2: She can do like zero to sixty in four seconds flat, dude...
    Dude #1: and she can hold like twenty bales of the best Jamaican smoke right
         in the hull!
    Dude #2: So go ahead dude, she's ready to fly!
    Dude #1: Yo yo, uh, suit dude, you got a light?  Dude?  Dude?
    -- KAUFMAN CABS --
    Kaufman Cabs (1:24) (10.25 MB)
    Taxi Controller: Guess you're the new owner.  What are you, mob?  Cartel?
         You don't look Mexican.  Anyhoo, I guess you better get on with the
         'things are gonna change around here' crap, maybe threaten one of the
         drivers.  Go steady on Ted over there, he's just had his hernia fixed.
    Tommy: Well, yeah.  Things are going to change around here, lady.
    Taxi Controller: Oh crap, sonny.  Might as well leave this to me.  I've been
         doing this for years.  [gets on PA system]  Now hear this.  We are now
         under new management and things are going to change around here again.
         Our new management, the... Which gang are you?
    Tommy: Well, I'm not part of any gang actually.
    Taxi Controller: What's your goddamned name, kid?
    Tommy: Vercetti, Tommy Vercetti.
    Taxi Controller: Our new management, the Vercetti Gang, is gonna make sure we
         get no trouble.  Capiche?  Out!  Did you like the 'capiche'?  I liked the
         'capiche'.  So this is how it's worked in the past.  We run the firm as
         usual.  If we get any trouble from rival firms, you beat the crap out of
         them.  Then they beat the crap out of us, then you beat the crap out of
         them, etcetera, etcetera.  You got it?
    Tommy: Uh, yeah, I guess.
    Taxi Controller: Just grab a taxi from the garage if you feel like jumping in.
    -- THE MALIBU --
    No Escape? (0:51) (6.22 MB)
    Ken: Tommy!  Hey, Tommy, look at this, this is great!  I've got us this minibar
    Tommy: We got a whole bar downstairs, Ken.
    Ken: Yeah, yeah, whatever.  Well, I got the chalkboard you asked for.
    Tommy: Ah, that's the benefit of a law school education, the ability to follow
         instructions.  Now, I need a safe man.
    Ken: Oh, all right, well, let me think...safe, safe, safe, safe... I got it!
         This guy will blow you away!  Ahh, nah, that schmuck.  He's on the inside.
    Tommy: Where inside?
    Ken: In a police headquarter cell awaiting transfer.
    Tommy: I think he's about to get paroled.
    The Shootist - File #1 (0:35) (4.27 MB)
    Tommy: We need a stick up man. You know one?
    Ken: Hey, Tommy, Tommy, Tommy, this stuff keeps you sharp, man.  WoooOOOooo!
         I could be your stick up man! Stick 'em up! Stick 'em up!
    Tommy: You ain't a stick up man, you're an idiot.  Now get yourself a drink and
         shut up.
    Ken: Hey, get outta my way!  Yeh yeh yeh - ow ow ow!
    Cam Jones: Relax.
    Tommy: Cam, what do you think?
    Cam Jones: Well, the best shooter in this town is a guy named Cassidy.
    Tommy: Is that so?
    Cam Jones: Yeah. A military guy, or he thinks he is.  I doubt he was ever in the
         army, but he certainly knows how to get a hold of guns.  He'll be down at
         the shooting range.
    The Shootist - File #2 (0:44) (5.37 MB)
    Tommy: You Phil Cassidy?
    Phil: Why?
    Tommy: I'm looking for a man who can handle a gun.  From this setup, I'm not
         too convinced.
    Phil: Son, I could shoot a fly off your head at 80 feet.
    Tommy: Oh really?
    Phil: Yeah. I learnt it in the army.
    Tommy: Fly shooting real popular in the army?  Glad I don't pay tax.
    Phil: You tryin' to be funny kid?  Ha ha ha ha ha!  Let's shoot.
    The Driver - File #1 (1:02) (7.65 MB)
    Tommy: Things are starting to come together nicely here.
    Ken: What's the plan, Tommy?  Que pasa, amigo?
    Tommy: The plan is you keep doing that like a moron.  Anyhow, we need a driver.
    Ken: Tommy, I'll do it.  I can drive.
    Phil: You want Hilary, mister. Not some smart-talking law school chump.
         Hilary's the real deal. You ain't never seen anyone drive so fast.  I'll
         give him a call here.  Hey Hil, it's Phil.  How's it going?  No, don't
         talk.  We'll reminisce later.  You want to do me a favor?  I got me a guy
         from up north.  No, no, I don't think he was in the service, but he wants
         a driver for a bit of action.  Okay, I understand.
    Tommy: What'd he say?
    Phil: Well, he'll do it, no problem.  Well, there might be a little problem.
         See, he has abandonment issues.  Seems he won't work for anyone who can't
         beat him.  Something to do with his momma.  Anyway, he wants to race you
         first, said he'd meet you outside.
    The Driver - File #2 (0:26) (3.28 MB)
    Hilary: You Tommy?  Oh, of course you're Tommy.  I mean, why else would anyone
         want to speak to me?  OK.  Consider it this way.  I'll drive for you IF,
         and only IF, you can drive properly.  Leave me alone, and I'll never
         forgive you.
    The Job (1:01) (7.44 MB)
    ["The Freaks Come Out at Night" by Whodini plays in the background.
    This song is not on any of the radio stations or on the soundtrack albums.]
    Tommy: As you can see, gentlemen, this is going to be the easiest buck we ever
    Ken: Tommy, seriously, you gotta consider going into law.
    Phil: What the hell are you smoking, man?  This ain't no simple plan!  Well, who
         needs a simple plan anyway?  Take communism, now that was a simple plan.
         Didn't do Russia any favors, huh?
    Tommy: Calm down, all right?  With a team like this it's gonna be no problem.
         We got Cam on safe.  Phil?  You and me'll handle security, and Hilary'll
         drive the getaway car.
    Ken: Uh, heh heh, aren't you forgetting somebody?  Somebody who helped you to no
         end in this town?  Somebody who...
    Tommy: Ken... Ken, that's right.  Ken here, he washes the money for us and he
         keeps the drinks on ice.
    Hilary: I don't understand what I am supposed to be doing here.
    Tommy: Look, it's easy.  Haven't you ever seen a movie?  We walk into the bank,
         we wave the gun around, and leave very rich men.
    -- FILM STUDIO --
    Recruitment Drive (0:56) (6.94 MB)
    Steve: Action.
    Girl: Whoa!  Now that's big.
    Man: 12 inches.  That is regulation, baby.
    Steve: CUT!!  Who IS this idiot?  You!  YOU!  Why are you in my space?  WHY?
    Tommy: What is all this crap?  Aliens?  Fishing poles?  Who's ever seen a shark
         that big?  All this stuff's gotta go.  Why'd you get in this business, ya
         prick?  Huh?  For the pussy, that's why!  What is this??
    Steve: This is my art.  SECURITY!
    Tommy: Look, you pompous asshole.  I own you now.  I own all of this.  We're
         gonna turn this place around.  I'm gonna make you rich.
    Steve: Uh.  You're - You - you're Tommy Vercetti?  But I thought that
         you were...
    Tommy: That's right.  We're gonna be making some changes around here and start
         making some real money.
    Steve: Actually, have you ever thought about, umm...
    Tommy: But first we're going to need some good-looking broads.
    Steve: Yeh, girls are fine but you... whew, wow!
    Dildo Dodo (0:54) (6.67 MB)
    Tommy: How's filming going, Steve?
    Steve: Well, Candy is a natural and that new girl - she's insatiable!  She went
         through half the cast and crew before I even took a light reading.  Anyway,
         hey, tomorrow we're going on location to shoot the boat scenes...
    Tommy: Boat scenes?!  What boat scenes?
    Steve: The fishermen are in the throes of passion when this giant shark
         comes in...
    Tommy: What'd I say about the giant shark?  I said, 'NO GIANT SHARK', alright?
         Just keep the cameras pointed at the poontang!
    Steve: Okay, okay, hey Tommy, a guy's gotta try, right?
    Tommy: Get those flyers printed up?
    Steve: Yeah, but nobody's gonna let us distribute those things, I mean they're
         just too, uh, they're unimaginative.
    Tommy: You don't worry about that.  I've got my own ideas for distribution.
    Steve: Okay.  Hey, Candy, uh - in my trailer.
    Martha's Mug Shot (1:20) (9.84 MB)
    [Candy moaning passionately]
    Tommy: Ok, what's the problem now?
    Steve: SSShhhh!  Well, after his close encounter with the nympho-invaders, our
         hero finds himself unable to think of anything but this huge phallic
         mountain, and that's when I want to do the scene with the vat of mashed
         potatoes, but then we, uh...
    Tommy: I don't give a crap about that!  J - Just keep going, keep going!
         You mentioned something about some legal problem on the phone?
    Steve: Congressman Alex Shrub has jumped on the pre-election bandwagon, he's
         going after the puritan vote.  Rumors are he's gonna support measures to
         restrict, shall we say, the more fleshy aspects of this nation's great
         entertainment industry.
    Tommy: Candy!  You know Shrub.  You guys get up to anything kinky?
    Candy: Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah!  Yes yes yes YES OOOoooh!
    Steve: Please tell me you got that.
    Tommy: Was that part of the, uh... or was she talking to...?
    Steve: Hey, I can never tell.  Anyway, you're probably best following her after
         the shoot, see if she'll lead you to their new love nest.
    Tommy: You got a camera?
    Steve: Yeah.  Get him a camera.
    G-Spotlight (0:56) (6.89 MB)
    Candy: I'm sorry, but I just can't swallow this right now.
    Steve: Oh, COME ON, darling!  He's hung like a sperm whale for pity's sake.
         How can you not feel the part?!
    Candy: But Stevie...
    Tommy: How's my star director?
    Steve: Oh, man.  The struggle between the artistic integrity and the humping,
         pumping action continues unabated.  And before you ask, yes, all four
         videos will be released by their... Honey, can you PLEASE keep the anaconda
         in the shot, he costs more per hour than you do!
    Candy: Oh, sorry Steve.
    Tommy: I was thinking, we need some kind of big stunt to really promote the
         launch.  Something that will make a real impact on the City.  You got any
    Steve: Well, in the old days they used to have gala events, stars, limos, the
         night sky crisscrossed with searchlights...
    Tommy: Searchlights! I've got an idea.
    Steve: Yeah, yeah, yeah. The little sequined numbers, and the limos... oh,
         premieres, Oh, yes ma'am, of course ma'am, and the press, and the barrage
         of lights...
    -- PRINT WORKS --
    Spilling The Beans - File #1 (1:02) (7.56 MB)
    Ernest Kelly: Mr. Vercetti?  Hey.  You bought the old print works?
    Tommy: Yeah, my old man used to work on these.  I used to spend the evenings
         with him, cleaning the rollers.  I was gonna follow him in his trade,
         but... I lived a different life.
    Ernest Kelly: You planning on selling the old machinery, breaking it down?
    Tommy: I'm thinking we might print something - a newspaper, a magazine...
    Ernest Kelly: Oh, crap, Sonny, low grade crap.  I've always fancied printing
         money.  It ain't too hard.  You know, I've been doing it on a small scale
         for years.
    Tommy: Really?
    Ernest Kelly: Sure.  But we'd need some good quality plates.  Of course!
         There's a counterfeiting syndicate already operating in Florida.
    Tommy: A syndicate?
    Ernest Kelly: Yeah.  Just rumors is all I've heard.
    Tommy: I know a man who's good with rumors.
    Spilling The Beans - File #2 (0:48) (5.96 MB)
    Kent Paul: Look at the arse on that!  Awright girl, it's your loss mate init!
         Awright me ol'china, how's it hangin'?
    Tommy: What do you know about counterfeiting?
    Kent Paul: Oh I'm fine Paul, how 'bout you?
    Tommy: Come 'ere!
    Kent Paul: Awright! Awright! Awright!!  You're obviously a busy man.  All I know
         about dodgy readys is the Triads supply the plates.  They've got a shipping
         company down the docks, the boss man would know when the plates are coming
         in next!
    Tommy: Thanks...Paul!
    Kent Paul: What's the matter with you, you maniac!  Give me another drink,
    Hit The Courier (0:32) (3.99 MB)
    Tommy: Alright, the courier's moving the plates from the docks today.  I'm gonna
         go intercept them, grab the plates, lose any heat, and make my way back
         here.  Now.  Depending how well this goes, we may have five minutes to
         print the money before the counterfeit syndicate finds us, or we may have
         all year.  Either way, I want green rolling off the presses five minutes
         after I get back.  Got it?
    Ernest Kelly: Don't you worry Tommy.  We'll be ready.
    Lance: Me an'the boys will be around in the neighborhood in case you need any
         heat taken care of.
    Tommy: All right, everybody cool?  All right.  I'll catch you later.
    Watching The Stripper (0:26) (3.17 MB)
    * Zapp & Roger - "More Bounce To The Ounce" (Wildstyle)
    [the music that plays as you spend the money to complete this property]
    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 each of the \AUDIO\CUTSCENE\
    subdirectories to the Dialogue directory on your hard drive.
    6. Open my batch file in your .zip program.  Extract GTAVC_MUSIC.BAT to the
    Music directory and GTAVC_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 20 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 KCHAT.VB, POLICE.VB, and VCPR.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, though I've fixed most
    typos and gave it a better formatting.
    -- LOVE FIST --
    Written by: Allan Walker
    Lyrics by: Dr. Boogie
    Vocals: Paul Mackie, Mark Farquhar, Trevor McDonald, Neil Mchaffie
    Drums: Andy Thomson
    Bass: Mark Farquhar
    Rhythm guitar: Neil Mchaffie, Trevor McDonald
    Lead guitar: Trevor McDonald
    Written by: Allan Walker, Paul Mackie, Trevor McDonald
    Arranged by: Paul Mackie, Trevor McDonald
    Vocals: Paul Mackie
    Drums: Andy Thomson
    Bass: Mark Farquhar
    Rhythm guitar: Neil Mchaffie, Trevor McDonald
    Lead guitar: Trevor McDonald
    Written by: Allan Walker
    Arranged by: Allan Walker, Craig Conner
    Lyrics by: Allan Walker, Craig Conner
    Vocals: Paul Mackie
    Backing vocals: Paul Mackie, Mark Farquhar, Craig Conner, Les Benzies,
         Colin Donald
    Drums: Andy Thomson
    Bass: Mark Farquhar
    Rhythm guitar: Neil Mchaffie
    Lead guitar: Trevor McDonald
    Guest guitar: Niall Mathewson
    Jezz Torrent: Kevin McKidd
    Percy: Paul Mackie
    Dick: John Ritchie
    Willy: Mark Hanlon
    DJ: Mister Magic as himself
    Imaging voice: Frank Silvestro
    Imaging production: Laslow
    TROUBLE FUNK - "Pump Me Up"
    (Written by Avery, Reed, Fisher)
    Trouble Funk appears courtesy of Tufamorica, Inc.
    DAVY DMX - "One For The Treble (Vocal Mix)"
    (Written by Davy Reeves)
    Davy DMX appears courtesy of Tufamorica, Inc.
    CYBOTRON - "Clear"
    (Written by Rik Davis, Juan Atkins)
    Cybotron appears courtesy of Fantasy, Inc.
    HASHIM - "Al-Naafiysh (The Soul)"
    (Written by G. Caliste Jr.)
    Hashim appears courtesy of Cutting Records
    HERBIE HANCOCK - "Rockit"
    (Written by Herbie Hancock, Bill Laswell, Michael Beinhorn)
    Herbie Hancock appears courtesy of Columbia Records
    AFRIKA BAMBAATAA & THE SOULSONIC FORCE - "Looking For The Perfect Beat"
    (Written by Arthur Baker, John Robie)
    Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force appears courtesy of Warner Bros.
    Records Inc.
    2 LIVE CREW - "Get It Girl"
    (Written by L. Campbell)
    2 Live Crew appears courtesy of Lil' Joe Records, Inc.
    RUN DMC - "Rock Box"
    (Written by L. Smith, D. McDaniels, R. Rubin)
    Run DMC appears courtesy of Profile/Arista
    MANTRONIX - "Bassline"
    (Written by Curtis 'Mantronik' Khaleel, MC Tee)
    Mantronix appears courtesy of Warlock Records, Inc.
    TYRONE BRUNSON - "The Smurf"
    (Written by O. Redding III)
    Tyrone Brunson appears courtesy of Epic Records
    WHODINI - "Magic's Wand"
    (Written by T. Dolby, Jail Hutchins, John Rivas, T. Robertson, Matthew Segilman)
    Whodini appears courtesy of Zomba Recording Corporation
    ZAPP & ROGER - "More Bounce To The Ounce"
    (Written by Roger Troutman)
    Zapp & Roger appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
    (Written by Fletcher, Grover, Robinson, Chase)
    Grand Master Flash & The Furious Five appears courtesy of Warner Bros.
    Records Inc.
    KURTIS BLOW - "The Breaks"
    (Written by Lawrence Smith, J.B. Moore, Kurtis Blow, Robert Ford,
    Russell Simmons)
    Kurtis Blow appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    MAN PARRISH - "Hip Hop Be Bop (Don't Stop)"
    (Written by M. Parish, Robie, Raul A. Rodriguez)
    Man Parrish appears courtesy of Unidisc Music, Inc.
    DJ: Maria Chambers as Toni
    Imaging voice and production: Jeff Berlin
    HALL & OATES - "Out Of Touch"
    (Written by Daryl Hall, John Oates)
    Hall & Oates appears courtesy of The RCA Records Label,
    under license from BMG Special Products
    WANG CHUNG - "Dance Hall Days"
    (Written by Jack Hues)
    Wang Chung appears courtesy of The David Geffen Company,
    under license from Universal Music Special Markets, Inc.
    MICHAEL JACKSON - "Billie Jean"
    (Written by M. Jackson)
    Michael Jackson appears courtesy of Epic Records
    LAURA BRANIGAN - "Self Control"
    (Written by Giancarlo Bigazzi, Raffaele Riefoll, Stephen Piccolo)
    Laura Branigan appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
    GO WEST - "Call Me"
    (Written by Peter Cox, Richard Drummie)
    Go West appears courtesy of EMI America
    INXS - "Kiss The Dirt (Falling Down The Mountain)"
    (Written by Farriss, Hutchence)
    INXS appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
    BRYAN ADAMS - "Run To You"
    (Written by B. Adams, J. Vallance)
    Bryan Adams appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA - "Four Little Diamonds"
    (Written by Jeff Lynne)
    ELO appears courtesy of Epic Records
    YES - "Owner Of A Lonely Heart"
    (Written by Trevor Rabin, Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Trevor Horn)
    YES appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
    THE BUGGLES - "Video Killed The Radio Star"
    (Written by Horn, Downes, Woolley)
    The Buggles appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    ANEKA - "Japanese Boy"
    (Written by Bobby Heatlie)
    Aneka appears courtesy of BMG
    TALK TALK - "Life's What You Make It"
    (Written by Mark Hollis, Tim Friese-Green)
    Talk Talk appears courtesy of EMI America
    THE OUTFIELD - "Your Love"
    (Written by John Spinks)
    The Outfield appears courtesy of Columbia Records
    JOE JACKSON - "Stepping Out"
    (Written by Joe Jackson)
    Joe Jackson appears courtesy of A&M Records,
    under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    THE FIXX - "One Things Leads To Another"
    (Written by Cyril Curnin, Adam Woods, James West-Oram, Peter Greenall,
    Alfred Agius)
    The Fixx appears courtesy of MCA Records, Inc.,
    under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    LIONEL RICHIE - "Running With The Night"
    (Written by Lionel Richie, Cynthia Well)
    Lionel Richie appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    Written by: Dan Houser and Lazlow
    Produced and edited by: Lazlow
    DJ Amy Sheckenhausen: Leyna Weber
    Jez Torrent: Kevin McKidd
    Mandy: Colleen Corbett
    Michelle Carapadis: Mary Birdsong
    Mr. Zoo: Carl Dowling
    Gethsemanee: Lynn Lipton
    Claude Maginot: John Mauceri
    BJ Smith: Lawrence Taylor
    Thor: Frank Fava
    Radio Callers: Couzin Ed, Josh Clark, Jason Buhrmester, Juan Aller, Wayne
    Oliver, Susan Lewis, Gillian Telling, Tom Murray, Mike Ferrante Sr., Emmanuel
    Goldstein, Dan Houser, Nick Mandelos, Gerry Cosgrove, Mike Polermo, Porkchop,
    Keith Broadas.
    FEVER 105
    DJ: Julius Dyson as Oliver 'Ladykiller' Biscuit
    Imaging voice male: Ed McMann
    Imaging voice female: Shawnee Smith
    Imaging production: Listen Kitchen
    WHISPERS - "And The Beat Goes On"
    (Written by L. Sylvers III, S. Shockley, W, Shelby)
    Whispers appears courtesy of Capitol Records
    FAT LARRY'S BAND - "Act Like You Know"
    (Composed by T. Price, N. Martinelli, M. Birts)
    Fat Larry's Band appears courtesy of Unidisc Music, Inc.
    OLIVER CHEATHAM - "Get Down Saturday Night"
    (Written by K. McCord, Oliver Cheatham)
    Oliver Cheatham appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    THE POINTER SISERS - "Automatic"
    (Written by Patrick Walsh, Mark Goldenberg)
    The Pointer Sisters appears courtesy of The RCA Records Label,
    under license from BMG Special Products
    RENE & ANGELA - "I'll Be Good"
    (Written by Rene Moore, Angela Winbush)
    Rene & Angela appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    MARY JANE GIRLS - "All Night Long"
    (Written by Rick James)
    Mary Jane Girls appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    RICK JAMES - "Ghetto Life"
    (Written by Rick James)
    Rick James appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    MICHAEL JACKSON - "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'"
    (Written by M. Jackson)
    Michael Jackson appears courtesy of Epic Records
    (Written by J.H. Fitch, R. Cross)
    Evelyn 'Champagne' King appears courtesy of the RCA Records Label,
    under license from BMG Special Products
    TEENA MARIE - "Behind The Groove"
    (Written by Mary C. Brockert, Richard Rudolph)
    Teena Marie appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    MTUME - "Juicy Fruit"
    (Music and Lyrics by James Mtume)
    Mtume appears courtesy of Epic Records
    KOOL & THE GANG - "Summer Madness"
    (Written by R.A. Westfield, A. Taylor, C.E. Smith, R.N. Bell, R.E. "Kool" Bell,
    G.M. Brown, D.R. Thomas, R.S. Mickens)
    Kool & The Gang appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    IN DEEP - "Last Night A DJ Saved My Life"
    (Written by M. Cleveland)
    In Deep appears courtesy of Unidisc Music, Inc.
    DJ: Laslow as himself
    Imaging voice: Joe Kelly
    Imaging production: Jonathan Hanst
    TWISTED SISTER - "I Wanna Rock"
    (Written by Dee Snider)
    Twisted Sister appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
    MOTLEY CRUE - "Too Young To Fall In Love"
    (Written by Nikki Sixx)
    Motley Crue appears courtesy of Leftbank Records doing business as Beyond Music
    QUIET RIOT - "Cum On Feel The Noise"
    (Written by N. Holder, J. Lea)
    Quiet Riot appears courtesy of Portrait/Epic Records
    THE CULT - "She Sells Sanctuary"
    (Written by I. Astbury, B. Duffy)
    The Cult appears courtesy of Beggars Banquet
    OZZY OSBOURNE - "Bark At The Moon"
    (Written by O. Osbourne)
    Ozzy Osbourne appears courtesy of Epic Records
    ROCKSTAR'S LOVEFIST - "Dangerous Bastard"
    (Written by Allan Walker)
    Rockstar's Lovefist appears courtesy of Rockstar North
    IRON MAIDEN - "2 Minutes To Midnight"
    (Written by Bruce Dickinson, Adrian Smith)
    Iron Maiden appears courtesy of Sanctuary Records
    LOVERBOY - "Working For The Weekend"
    (Written by Paul Dean, Matthew Frenette, Mike Reno)
    Loverboy appears courtesy of Columbia Records
    ALCATRAZZ - "God Bless Video"
    (Written by G. Bonnet, S. Vai)
    Alcatrazz appears courtesy of Capitol Records,
    Under license EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
    TESLA - "Cumin' Atcha Live"
    (Written by Frank Hannon, Jeff Keith, Brian Wheat)
    Tesla appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    AUTOGRAPH - "Turn Up The Radio"
    (Written by Steven Plunkett, Randy Rand, Steve Isham, Steve Lynch,
    Keni Richards)
    Autograph appears courtesy of The RCA Records Label,
    Under license from BMG Special Products
    MEGADETH - "Peace Sells"
    (Written by Mustaine)
    Megadeth appears courtesy of Capitol Records,
    Under license EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
    ANTHRAX - "Madhouse"
    (Written by Anthrax)
    Anthrax appears courtesy of Island Def Jam Music Group
    SLAYER - "Raining Blood"
    (Lyrics by K. King; Music and Lyrics by J. Hanneman)
    Slayer appears courtesy of Island Def Jam Music Group
    JUDAS PRIEST - "You've Got Another Thing Comin'"
    (Written by G. Tipton, R. Halford, K.K. Downing)
    Judas Priest appears courtesy of Columbia Records
    (Written by Allan Walker)
    Rockstar's Lovefist appears courtesy of Rockstar North
    DAVID LEE ROTH - "Yankee Rose"
    (Lyrics by S. Vai; Written by D.L. Roth)
    David Lee Roth appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
    Written by: Dan Houser and Lazlow
    Produced by: Lazlow
    Maurice Chavez: Phillip Anthony Rodriguez
    Jonathan Freeloader: Patrick Olsen
    Michelle Montanius: Kelly Guest
    Rep. Alex Shrub: Chris Lucas
    Callum Crayshaw: Sean Modica
    John F. Hickory: LJ Gansen
    Pastor Richards: David Green
    Jan Brown: Maureen Silliman
    Barry Stark: Renaud Sebbane
    Jenny Louise Crab: Mary Birdsong
    Konstantinos Smith: Konstantinos.com
    Jeremy Robard: Peter Silvestro
    DJ: Tony Chilrodes as Pepe
    CACHAO - "A Gozar Con Mi Combo"
    (Written by I. Lupez)
    Cachao appears courtesy of Crescent Moon/Epic Records
    ALPHA BANDITOS - "The Bullis Wrong"
    (Written by Stuart Ross)
    Alpha Banditos appears courtesy of Rockstar North
    (Written by Craig Conner)
    Tres Apenas Como Eso appears courtesy of Rockstar North
    DEODATO - "Latin Flute"
    (Written by E. Deodato)
    Deodato appears courtesy of Epic Records
    MONGO SANTAMARIA - "Mama Papa Tu"
    (Written by Norman Simmons)
    Mongo Santamaria appears courtesy of Columbia Records
    MONGO SANTAMARIA - "Me & You Baby (Picao Y Tostao)"
    (Written by Mongo Santamaria)
    Mongo Santamaria appears courtesy of Columbia Records
    (Written by Rafaei Bianco Suazo)
    Machito & His Afro-Cuban Orchestra appears courtesy of Columbia Records
    UNAESTA - "La Vida Es Una Lenteja"
    (Written by Craig Conner)
    Unaesta appears courtesy of Rockstar North
    LONNIE LISTON SMITH - "Expansions"
    (Written by Lonnie Liston Smith)
    Lonnie Liston Smith appears courtesy of BMG
    IRAKERE - "Aguanile"
    (Written by C. Valdes)
    Irakere appears courtesy of Columbia Records
    DEODATO - "Super Strut"
    (Written by E. Deodato)
    Deodato appears courtesy of Epic Records
    (Written by Roman C. Roberto)
    Xavier Cugat & His Orchestra appears courtesy of Columbia Records
    BENY MORE - "Maracaibo Oriental"
    (Written by Jose A. Castaneda)
    Beny More appears courtesy of Pimienta Records,
    under license from P'NC Productions & Egrem
    (Written by Tito Puente)
    Tito Puente appears courtesy of BMG U.S. Latin
    EMOTION 98.3
    DJ: Frank Chavez as Fernando
    Imaging voice: Jen Sweeney
    Imaging production: Jonathan Hanst
    FOREIGNER - "Waiting For A Girl Like You"
    (Written by Mick Jones, Lou Gramm)
    Foreigner appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
    KATE BUSH - "Wow"
    (Written by K. Bush)
    Kate Bush appears courtesy of EMI America
    SQUEEZE - "Tempted"
    (Written by Chris Difford, Glenn Tilbrook)
    Squeeze appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    REO SPEEDWAGON - "Keep On Loving You"
    (Written by Kevin Cronin)
    REO Speedwagon appears courtesy of Epic Records
    CUTTING CREW - "(I Just) Died In Your Arms"
    (Written by Eede)
    Cutting Crew appears courtesy of EMI America
    ROXY MUSIC - "More Than This"
    (Written by Bryan Ferry)
    Roxy Music appears courtesy of Virgin Records
    TOTO - "Africa"
    (Written by D. Paich, J. Porcaro)
    Toto appears courtesy of Columbia Records
    MR. MISTER - "Broken Wings"
    (Written by Richard Page, Steven George, John Lang)
    Mr. Mister appears courtesy of The RCA Records Label,
    under license from BMG Special Products
    JOHN WAITE - "Missing You"
    (Written by John Waite, Charles Sanford, Mark Leonard)
    John Waite appears courtesy of EMI America
    JAN HAMMER - "Crockett's Theme"
    (Written by Jan Hammer)
    Jan Hammer appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    NIGHT RANGER - "Sister Christian"
    (Written by Kelly Keagy)
    Night Ranger appears courtesy of MCA Records,
    under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    LUTHER VANDROSS - "Never Too Much"
    (Written by L. Vandross)
    Luther Vandross appears courtesy of Epic Records
    DJ: Jamie Canfield as Adam First
    Imaging voice: Jen Sweeney
    Imaging production: Jonathan Hanst
    (Written by Gill, Johnson, O'Toole)
    Frankie Goes To Hollywood appears courtesy of ZTT Records Ltd.
    SIGUE SIGUE SPUTNIK - "Love Missile F1-11"
    (Written by James, Degville, Whitmore)
    Sigue Sigue Sputnik appears courtesy of Capitol Records,
    under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
    GARY NUMAN - "Cars"
    (Written by Gary Numan)
    Gary Numan appears courtesy of Beggars Banquet
    THE HUMAN LEAGUE - "(Keep Feeling) Fascination"
    (Written by J. Callis, P. Oakey)
    The Human League appears courtesy of EMI Records Ltd.
    BLONDIE - "Atomic"
    (Written by Deborah Harry, Jimmy Destri)
    Blondie appears courtesy of Chrysalis Music Inc.
    NENA - "99 Luftballons"
    (Composed by Joern U. Fahrenkrog-Petersen; Lyrics by Carlos-Karges)
    Nena appears courtesy of Epic Records
    KIM WILDE - "Kids In America"
    (Written by R. Wilde, M. Wilde)
    Kim Wilde appears courtesy of EMI Records Ltd.
    TEARS FOR FEARS - "Pale Shelter"
    (Written by R. Orzabal)
    Tears For Fears appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    COREY HART - "Sunglasses At Night"
    (Written by C. Hart)
    Corey Hart appears courtesy of EMI America
    ABC - "Poison Arrow"
    (Written by ABC)
    ABC appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    A FLOCK OF SEAGULLS - "I Ran (So Far Away)"
    (Written by Alister Score, Paul Reynolds, Michael Score, Francis Maudsley)
    A Flock Of Seagulls appears courtesy of Zomba Recording Corporation
    (Written by Timothy Butler, Richard Butler, John Ashton, Vincent Davey,
    Duncan Kilburn, Roger Morris)
    The Psychedelic Furs appears courtesy of Columbia Records
    ANIMOTION - "Obsession"
    (Written by H. Knight, M. Des Barres)
    Animotion appears courtesy of Universal Music Group
    (Written by G. Kemp)
    Spandau Ballet appears courtesy of EMI Commercial Markets
    THOMAS DOLBY - "Hyperactive!"
    (Written by T. Dolby)
    Thomas Dolby appears courtesy of EMI Records Ltd.
    ROMEO VOID - "Never Say Never"
    (Written by Debora Iyall, Larry Carter, Benjamin Bossi, Frank Zincavage,
    Peter Woods)
    Romeo Void appears courtesy of Columbia Records
    Written by: Dan Houser and Lazlow
    Produced by: Lazlow
    Additional Jingles produced by: Craig Conner
    Commercial Voices:
    Adam Davidson, Alex Anthony, Alice Saltzman, Amy Saltzman, Kate Dukich, Aran
    Ronicle, Barb Jones, Ben Krech, Brian Thomas, Brock Yoder, Chris Ferrante, Craig
    Conner, Dave Ryan, David Green, Doris Woo, Douglas Harrison, Ed McMann, Frank
    Chavez, Frank Fava, Gene Hilgreen, Gene Schweizer, Hunter Platin, James
    Ferrante, Jeff Berlin, Jeff Rosa, Joe Kelly, John Mauceri, Josh Clark, Julie
    Wemyss, Kevin Straley, Kim Gurney, Lance Williams, Laura Paterson, Lazlow, Lisa
    Ortiz, Lorna Jordan, Lucien Jones, Maureen Silliman, Mike Ferrante Jr., Pete
    Gustin, Peter Silvestro, Raff Crolla, Randy Johnson, Richard Kruger, Ron Reeve,
    Shelley Miller, Sky, TJ Allard.
    Audio recorded at Digital Arts Studios, NYC, Track 9 Studios, NYC, Weddington
    Multimedia, Los Angeles, Sync Sound, NYC and Radio Lazlow, Long Island.
    Thanks to Axel Ericson and Won Lee @ Digital Arts, Paul Vasquez @ Track 9
    Studios, John Bowen and John Hassler @ Sync Sound.
    Radio Commercial Singers: Raff Crolla, Aron Ronicle, Julie Wemyss.
    Police Controller: Silva Solas
    Beatbox: Robbott de Negro
    Producers for Rockstar Games: Dan Houser and Lazlow
    Producers for Rockstar North: Craig Conner
    DJ Banter and Imaging Written by: Dan Houser and Lazlow
    Music Consultancy: Heinz Henn
    Soundtrack Coordinator: Terry Donovan
    -- DIALOGUE --
    Written by: Dan Houser and James Worrall
    Audio Directed by: Dan Houser and Navid Khonsari
    Produced by: Jamie King
    Talent procurement: Jamie King, Sean Macaluso
    Tommy Vercetti: Ray Liotta
    Ken Rosenbetg: Bill Fichtner
    Sonny Forelli: Tom Sizemore
    Steve Scott: Dennis Hopper
    Avery Carrington: Burt Reynolds
    Ricardo Diaz: Luis Guzman
    Lance Vance: Philip Michael Thomas
    Colonel Juan Cortez: Robert Davi
    Umberto Robina: Danny Trejo
    Phil Cassidy: Gary Busey
    Mitch Baker: Lee Majors
    Mercedes Cortez: Fairuza Balk
    Kent Paul: Danny Dyer
    Jezz Torrent: Kevin McKidd
    Taxi Controller: Deborah Harry
    Candy Suxxx: Jenna Jameson
    BJ Smith: Lawrence Taylor
    Auntie Poulet: Youree Cleomili Harris
    Supplier: Armando Riesco
    Cougar: Blayne Perry
    Hilary: Charles Tucker
    Congressman Alex Shrub: Chris Lucas
    Old Man Kelly: George Dicenzo
    Cam Jones: Greg Sims
    Psycho: Hunter Platin
    Maude the Ice Cream Lady: Jane Gennaro
    Jethro: John Zurhellen
    Gonzales: Jorge Pupo
    Dwayne: Navid Khonsari
    Dick: Peter McKay
    Mike the Goon/Porn Guy: Robert Cihra
    Percy: Russell Foreman
    Stalker: Will Morton
    Written by: Dan Houser, Marc Fernandez, Gillian Telling, and Navid Konsari
    with help from Lance Williams, Jeremy Pope, and Jenny Jemison
    Directed by: Dan Houser, Craig Connor, Marc Fernandez, and Allen Walker
    Produced by: Renaud Sebanne
    Pedestrians: Adam Davidson, Adam Watkins, Alejandro K. Brown, Alex Anthony
    Sioukas, Alex Garcia, Alice Saltzman, Alison Cihra, Amy Salima, Amy Salzman,
    Andrea Videla, Anthony Atti, Anthony Rivera, Bijan Shams, Blayne Perry, Brett
    Bisogno, Breye Mata, Brian Panen, Brock Voder, Carey Bertini, Charisse Lambert,
    Chris DiFat, Chris Reisenberger, Christopher Broday, Christopher Carro, Cynthia
    Greene, Damaries Lopez, Dan Lee, Dan Schneider, Dan Toyama, David Dean
    Chaltfield, Jr., David Harrison, David Wiley, Deborah Collins, Debranda
    Chaney-Giles, Demetra Koukoulas, Denise Rosado, Devin Bennett, Devin
    Winterbottom, Doris Woo, Douglas Harrison, Duncan Coutts, Dupe Ajayl, Edwin
    Avellaneda, Elizabeth Howell, Elizabeth Satterwhite, Eric Nagle, Esteban
    Karplus, F. Font, Futaba Hayashl, Gene Hilgreen, Gerald Cosgrove, Gerard Luna,
    Gillian Telling, Gregg Carlucci, Gregory Clervoix, Jr., Gregory Schweizer,
    Hadley Tomicki, J. Rossett, Jameel Vega, Jason Jones, Jeff Rosa, Jennifer
    Jemison, Jeremy Taggert, Jessica Rider, Joseph Greene, Joseph Howell, Kate
    Dukich, Kel O'Neill, Kevin Hopkins, Kim Gurney, LaDawn James, Lance Williams,
    Laura Bubbles, Laura Patterson, Lee Cummings, Leticia L. Young, Lindsay Kennedy,
    Lisa Orltz, Lorna Jordan, Lucio Amadio, Marco Fernandez, Mariko Tanaka, Marlon
    Matthews, Mary Telling, Masayoshi Mitsuyama, Matthew Chung, Max Allstadt, Max
    Bogdanov, Melissa Alvarez, Michael May, Michael Rothstein, Miguel Vidal, Mike
    Federline, Natalie Descalzo, N'Gai Members, Nicolas Mallo, Noelle Sadler,
    Norbert Morivan, Oswald Greene, Jr., Peter McKay, Peter Appel, Preston Savarese,
    Rafael Gonzales, Randy Johnson, Rey Concepcion, Richard Kroger, Rob Tibbs,
    Robert Jackson, Robert Schuler, Ross A. McIntyre, Russell Foreman, Ruth Nunez,
    Salvadore Suazo, Sam White, Santos Gonzales, Scott Smith, Seymour Frailman,
    Spelman Brauman, Stephanie Telling, Steve Knezevich, Steve Robert, Sumiko
    Yasuda, Susan Lewis, Sylvia Colacios, Tomoko Miyazaki, Tron, Verdel Hale, Yves
    Mondesir, Zeno Leinfelder.
    Vol. 1: V-Rock
    Vol. 2: Wave 103
    Vol. 3: Emotion 98.3
    Vol. 4: Flash FM
    Vol. 5: Wildstyle Pirate Radio
    Vol. 6: Fever 105
    Vol. 7: Radio Espantoso
    Box Set [Volumes 1-7]
    Greatest Hits
    * 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 (11/25/2004)
    The very first version of this guide.
    Ver. 1.1 (11/28/2004)
    Corrected all of the file sizes, and added a "Soundtrack Album Purchase Links"
    Ver. 1.2 (12/2/2004)
    Updated the Introduction to reflect the endorsement/blessing of Splintax, and
    fixed a few typos.
    Ver. 1.3 (3/22/2005)
    Added some optional programs to the System Requirements section.
    Ver. FINAL (12/23/2005)
    Changed the format of the header information, added some detailed information
    on the version of Vice City that this guide is written for to the bottom of the
    System Requirements section.
    Ver. FINAL (9/21/2006)
    Added some information about San Andreas audio extraction to the top of the
    Introduction section.
    Ver. FINAL (5/7/2008)
    Updated the information on determining what version of Vice City you have, since
    Robert Allen Rusk provided some new information in his Version Differences FAQ.
    This document is copyright 2004 by Paul Rudoff.  Grand Theft Auto: Vice
    City is copyright 2002 by Rockstar Games Inc., a subsidiary of Take-Two
    Interactive Software.  This document is not associated with or endorsed by
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    involved in the making of the game.
    This document may NOT be reproduced, redistributed, sold (in any way,
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