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This is a list of songs in Jet Set Radio Future.

Jet Set Radio Future Original Sound Tracks[]

Songs featured on the soundtrack release for Jet Set Radio Future.
  1. Hideki Naganuma - The Concept of Love (3:42)
  2. Hideki Naganuma - Fly Like a Butterfly (3:21)
  3. Hideki Naganuma - Funky Dealer (3:32)
  4. Hideki Naganuma - Shape Da Future (3:48)
  5. Hideki Naganuma - Teknopathetic (3:45)
  6. Hideki Naganuma - Oldies But Happies (3:10)
  7. Hideki Naganuma - Like It Like This Like That (2:49)
  8. Guitar Vader - I Love Love You (JSRF Version) (4:35)
  9. Guitar Vader - Baby-T (JSRF Version) (1:42)
  10. Hideki Naganuma - Humming the Bassline (D.S.Remix) (4:18)
  11. Hideki Naganuma - Rock It On (D.S.Remix) (6:40)
    • Remixed by: Deavid Soul
  12. Hideki Naganuma - Sneakman (Toronto Mix) (4:17)
  13. Richard Jacques - What About the Future (4:19)
  14. Richard Jacques - Bokfresh (3:34)
  15. Hideki Naganuma - Let Mom Sleep (No Sleep Remix) (3:35)
  16. Hideki Naganuma - That's Enough (B.B.Rights Mix) (3:33)
  17. Hideki Naganuma - Sweet Soul Brother (B.B.Rights Mix) (3:20)
  18. Hideki Naganuma - Grace & Glory (B.B.M.H.Mix) (3:49)
  19. Hideki Naganuma - Jet Set Medley Future (3:55)
  20. Hideki Naganuma - Jet Set Station #2 (0:13)
  21. Hideki Naganuma - Jet Set Groove #3 (0:11)
  22. Hideki Naganuma - Jet Set Groove #4 (0:11)

Licensed songs[]

Songs that were licensed for the game.

Albums[]

Trivia[]

Naming differences[]

  • Songs with * are noted by being titled differently in the game or on official releases.
    • "I Love Love You (Love Love Super Dimension Mix)" is referred to as "I Love Love You (JSRF Version)" on Jet Set Radio Future Original Sound Tracks.
      • Despite it being referred to as the "(JSRF Version)" on the soundtrack release, the song is referred by its original name in the game.
    • "Baby-T" is also titled as "Baby-T (JSRF Version)", but it is the same song from Guitar Vader's second studio album From Dusk.
    • "Statement of Intent (Remix)" is titled as "Statement of Intent" in game.
    • "Aisle 10 (Hello Allison)" is titled as "Aisle 10" in game and on the Jet Set Radio Future Music Sampler.

Censorship[]

  • "Birthday Cake" by Cibo Matto was censored in the game due to some of the lyrics having explicit language, drug references, and war references. Lines that were cut:
    • "I don't give a flying fuck though"
    • "We made a war with the Vietnamese"
    • "We loved LSD, we died easily".
    • "Birthday Cake" appeared uncensored in the prototype in Jet Set Radio Future.[1]
  • "I'm Not a Model" by Russell Simins is also heavily edited in the game to the point where the song ends much earlier than intended.
    • The intro to the song is cut and instead begins with the first drums.
    • An entire verse about oral sex is also removed. However, said verse can be heard in the Jet Set Radio Future Music Sampler release of the song. The song also appears uncensored in the prototype of Jet Set Radio Future.[2]

Uncredited artists[]

  • Jason Famous is the remixer of "Statement of Intent", his name is nowhere to be seen in game.
  • The MC on "Rockin' the Mic" from The Prunes, is Freestyle. He is not credited anywhere in the game nor is he mentioned on the Jet Set Radio Future Music Sampler.
  • The vocalists that appear in the remix of "The Answer" from Bran Van 3000 are Summer Rose and Dizzy D. Just like the two aforementioned artists, they were also not credited in the game.

Soundtrack release differences[]

  • "Jet Set Medley Future" and "Jet Set Station #2" were not included in the 2012 digital album Jet Set Radio Future SEGA Original Tracks album for unknown reasons.
  • Despite Richard Jacques' songs being made in-house for SEGA, the songs did not get released digitally for the Jet Set Radio Future SEGA Original Tracks album.
    • Richard himself isn't sure why they were not included either.[3]
  • Although the first soundtrack release for Jet Set Radio Future includes both Guitar Vader songs that appear in the game, SEGA has no ownership of them. All rights go to Berry Records and Sony Music.

General[]

  • The version of "Statement of Intent" that appears in the game is the remixed version from Bis' compilation album, Intendo, which was released under Grand Royal back in 1998.
  • The Latch Brothers remixes of "The Scrappy" and "The Answer" were never officially released.
  • The Latch Brothers remix of "The Answer" only plays in the Tokyo Underground Sewage Facility and the Bottom Point of the Sewage Facility.
  • Similar to "Moody's Shuffle" and the instrumental for "Improvise" in Jet Set Radio, "Ill Victory Beat" only plays in the cutscenes throughout Jet Set Radio Future's story mode.
  • "Aisle 10" by Scapegoat Wax was featured in another game that was also an Xbox exclusive, titled Project Gotham Racing, which was released on November 15, 2001, 3 months before the release of JSRF.
    • The game also featured "Set It Off" from Shuvel.
    • The beta version of the game included the Madlib remix of "Aisle 10" and "Hit List" from Shuvel as well.
  • Hideki Naganuma would go on to remix "The Concept of Love" and "Teknopathetic" in 2004 for SEGA's arcade-only game, Ollie King.
    • He also composed the entire game's soundtrack as well.
  • "Fly Like a Butterfly", "Jet Set Station #2", and "Jet Set Groove #3" would all appear in Sega Superstars Tennis.
  • "Fly Like a Butterfly", "Jet Set Groove #3", "The Concept of Love", and "Funky Dealer" would also appear Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing for most versions of the game.
  • "The Concept of Love", "Fly Like a Butterfly", and "Funky Dealer" would appear in the mobile game, Go Dance, along with the original version of "Let Mom Sleep".

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