This page goes over a list of songs in Jet Set Radio. Starting with the 18 that were included in the soundtrack, the 17 licensed songs, and 10 songs that are connected to the game but do not appear in any version of it.

Jet Set Radio Original Sound Tracks[]

Songs that are included on the album release for the game's soundtrack.
  1. Hideki Naganuma - Let Mom Sleep (2:50)
  2. Hideki Naganuma - Humming the Bassline (2:54)
  3. Hideki Naganuma - That's Enough (3:44)
  4. Richard Jacques - Everybody Jump Around (4:10)
  5. Hideki Naganuma - Sneakman (3:51)
  6. Reps - 'Bout the City (3:42)
  7. Castle Logical - Mischievous Boy (2:13)
  8. Hideki Naganuma - Sweet Soul Brother (2:55)
  9. Hideki Naganuma - Rock It On (3:44)
  10. F-Fields - Yellow Bream (3:14)
  11. Toronto - Electric Tooth Brush (4:16)
  12. B.B. Rights - Funky Radio (3:26)
  13. Hideki Naganuma - Moody's Shuffle (1:17)
  14. Hideki Naganuma - Grace & Glory (3:16)
  15. Hideki Naganuma - Jet Set Medley (6:49)
  16. Toronto - Jet Set Station (0:07)
  17. Hideki Naganuma - Jet Set Groove #1 (0:07)
  18. Hideki Naganuma - Jet Set Groove #2 (0:09)

Licensed songs[]

Songs that were licensed for the game.

Related songs[]

Songs that are connected to Jet Set Radio.



Naming differences[]

  • Songs with * are noted with being titled differently in-game or on releases.
    • "O.K.!?House!!!!!?????" is titled "O.K. House" in-game.
    • "On the Bowl (A. Fargus Mix)" is just referred to as "On the Bowl".
    • "Dragula (Si Non Oscillas, Noli Tintinnare Mix)" is simply titled as "Dragula".
    • "Funky Plucker!" is titled as "Funky Plucker".
    • "What Lurks on Channel X? (XXX Mix)" is titled as "What Lurks on Channel X".

Release exclusives[]

  • Songs with ** are noted for being exclusive to certain releases of the game.
    • "Dunny Boy Williamson Show" was only in the original Japanese release of Jet Set Radio.
      • The song was accidentally confirmed to return on Sega's blog.[1]
    • "Many Styles" only appears in the PAL and De La releases of Jet Set Radio.
    • "Yappie Feet" only appears in the NTSC/PAL/De La releases of Jet Set Radio.

Alternative versions[]

  • "'Bout the City" has an alternative recording that appears in the international releases of Jet Set Radio. This version takes out the repeated doo-wops and replaces them with the word "everybody". It was done because the team believed "doo-wop" would have offended people.[2]
  • "Funky Radio" has an extended version of the song called "Jet Grind Radio" that is around 4:10 in length. The vocals repeat and fade out in this version.

Conceptual/temporary songs[]

  • "Ferry Men" by Guitar Vader was used as a conceptual theme for Poison Jam. It was ultimately turned down in favor of "Super Brothers" instead. The song was given out to fans on a two-song cassette tape at an event called Guitar Vader Meets Jet Set Radio. The other song included was the original version of "I Love Love You".[3]
  • "Fantastic Boobie Band" and "Pizza Delivery Man on Harley-Davidson" were provisional songs in the E3 beta of Jet Set Radio. The songs were used for the Kogane-cho missions and seemingly were replaced later on. [4]


  • "What Lurks on Channel X? (XXX Mix)", "Set It Off", "Hit List", and "Girls" were exclusive tracks on the Jet Grind Radio Music Sampler pre-order bonus disc.
    • Despite what some fans have claimed, the songs were never intended for the game nor went unused and were possibly included on there for promotional reasons.
  • "Re-Introduction", "Start the Commotion" and the Stanton Warriors remix of "Jump 'n Shout" were used in the Jet Grind Radio E3 presentation. Besides that there is no confirmation if they were ever going to appear in the game.


  • "Just Got Wicked" by Cold appears censored in game, censoring the word "motherfuckers". Despite this, it appears uncensored on the Jet Grind Radio Music Sampler.
  • Both "Set It Off" and "Hit List" from Shuvel are heavily censored throughout the music sampler to the point where some words like "gun" are blanked out.
  • "Girls" by Lefty is is also censored on the sampler as the word "goddamn" is slightly edited.

Uncredited artists[]

  • In "Mischievous Boy", the vocalist for the song is Yoshika Sekine, a musical colleague of Shunsuke Kida, aka Castle Logical.[5]
  • Neither remixer of Rob Zombie's songs were credited. The remixer of "Dragula" is Charlie Closuer, and the remixer "What Lurks on Channel X?" is Spacetruckers.


  • "Moody's Shuffle" and the instrumental for "Improvise" only appear in cutscenes throughout the game.
  • "Jet Set Medley" and "Jet Set Station" were excluded from the 2012 album, Jet Set Radio SEGA Original Tracks for unknown reasons despite being made in-house.
  • Naganuma has confirmed on Twitter that for the international releases of Jet Set Radio, Sega of America and Sega of Europe showcased him songs to pick from for the audiences of each region.[6]
    • Additionally, Richard Jacques would also reveal that he had a hand in picking licensed songs for Sega of Europe for the PAL release of the game.[7]
  • The American rock songs that were added in the game do not play fully throughout and are instead 30 seconds to one minute cuts of the pieces.
  • In relation to the American rock songs, Naganuma would question the fact that audiences in Japan were not able to hear "Dragula", "Just Got Wicked" and "Slow" in game as he learned that De La Jet Set Radio took the three exclusive songs from the PAL release instead.[8]
  • "Recipe for the Perfect Afro" differs from the more common release as it is trimmed down by ten seconds and uses a different guitar sample in the beginning.
  • "Let Mom Sleep" and "Everybody Jump Around" would reappear in Sega Superstars Tennis.
  • "That's Enough" and "Everybody Jump Around" would reappear in Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, in a mashup state under the name of "Graffiti City Medley". Additionally "Let Mom Sleep" and "Grace & Glory" would get two short remixes by Richard Jacques for the game, serving as the All-Star Move theme music for Gum and Beat.
  • "Let Mom Sleep" would appear in Samba de Amigo Ver. 2000 and Go Dance. For the latter game, "The Concept of Love", "Fly Like a Butterfly", and "Funky Dealer" would also appear in Go Dance.
  • A short edit of "Everybody Jump Around" would appear in Sega Heroes, serving as a battle theme.

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