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Tags: bipedal alien
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This series features the characters from the two mini-series about aliens coming to Earth claiming to be friends but in reality have an ulterior motive.

The aliens may have been beaten in the mini-series but there are still a lot of them out there.

In this series, Nathan Bates, the industrialist who manufactures the biological weapon that was used to defeat the aliens, wants to get his hands on the aliens' technology, so that he could profit from it, makes a deal with Diana, the alien leader.

Rebel leaders, Mike Donovan, Ham Tyler, and Julie Parish know that Diana can't be trusted, so they are constantly trying to figure out what Diana is up to and stop her.

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Welcome To Los Santos
Smokin' And Ridin' (feat. Freddie Gibbs & Problem)
Old Love / New Love
Change Of Coast
Nine Is God
High Pressure Dave
What's Next?
Nowhere To Go
r - Cali
Hold Up (feat. Nipsey Hustle)
Life Of A Mack
The Set Up
Don't Come Close
We Were Set Up
A Legitimate Business Man
A Haze Of Patriotic Fervor
Los Santos At Night
North Yankton Memories
The Grip
Mr. Trevor Philips
A Bit Of An Awkward Situation
No Happy Endings
His Mentor
(Sounds Kind Of) Fruity
Minor Turbulence
Chop The Dog
A Lonely Man
You Forget A Thousand Things
Impotent Rage/Am I Being Clear Now?
Fresh Meat
Therapy And Other Hobbies
Rich Man's Plaything
The Agency Heist
Hillbilly Crank Dealers' Blues
Welcome To Los Santos (Outro)
Forest Funk
You And The Music
Thousand Finger Man
Harm In Change
Breaking - Original Mix
Harpoon Land
Live Your Life
Forgotten Notes
Mirror Maru
Brand New Revolution
Lovery - Slow Cuban Vibe
Black Grease
Fire Doesn't Burn Itself
Wet Blanket
Crawling After You
California Grrls

User reviews

Amanda Moore

The soundtrack of V captures the tension and intrigue of the series, with its mix of eerie tones and suspenseful melodies. The music effectively sets the mood for the ongoing battle between humans and aliens, making each scene more gripping and intense.

Betty Robinson

The use of different musical themes in V helps to differentiate between the various characters and factions, creating a more immersive experience for the viewers.

Karen Lopez

The emotional depth portrayed in the soundtrack of V adds a layer of complexity to the characters' motivations and relationships, making the series more engaging and compelling.

Anthony Moore

On the other hand, some may find the soundtrack of V to be a bit repetitive and lacking in diversity. While it effectively conveys the sense of danger and uncertainty present in the series, the constant use of similar musical themes throughout the episodes may become monotonous for some viewers.

Ronald King

I appreciate how the music in V effectively conveys the sense of mystery and intrigue surrounding the aliens' true intentions, adding depth to the storyline.

Patricia Jackson

Overall, the musical score of V does an excellent job of complementing the narrative and enhancing the viewer's emotional connection to the story, making it a memorable and impactful aspect of the series.

Ronald King

The soundtrack of V really captures the tension and suspense of the series, enhancing the overall atmosphere and keeping me on the edge of my seat.