Rockstar and Amazon are teaming up to bring make purchasing Grand Theft Auto IV's music is easier, better and awesomer.
Players will have the chance to download the songs they hear. A new technology called "ZiT" uses the game's cell phone. Players dial a number on their in-game phone to receive a text message detailing the artist and track title of the jam they dig. Then, an e-mail will then be sent with a link to an Amazon.com playlist which features the favored tracks. The DRM-free tracks will cost a little less than a buck.
We can only hope spoken word tracks of the games talk-radio stations will be available somewhere.