Over the bank holiday weekend, it looks like Sony managed to leak a load of GTA V assets thanks to its European pre-order system on the PS3. Part of the leak was a massive audio file from which people started to compile list of tracks for each of its traditionally-hilarious radio stations that allegedly form GTA V's truly badass soundtrack.
Redditor BankerShanker took it upon himself to list all the tracks, which he at least got partially through. The Verge then made a Spotify playlist to correspond with it, which is work checking out. Alternatively, the complete full sound file was dumped on Reddit, if you're desperate to hear the full thing.
Sony's apologised for the cock-up -- it's not often someone that big leaks pre-release assets of a triple-A game like this -- but it looks like people who pre-ordered GTA V on the PS3 were allowed to immediately download the locked game. I guess the idea was that you'd already have it downloaded to your console, saving everyone melting Sony's servers on day one, which is a pretty logical thing to do if you ask me, if you can keep things locked down.