Okey-dokey. I've only heard like little bits and pieces from different songs before, but tonight I finally listened the OST of Jet Set Radio, from beginning to end. It's not half bad, to be honest. I have to admit, it's pretty solid. Like, steel wall solid. While most of the songs are not in my taste, the consistency in quality is a constant high, whereas other OSTs I would initially favor over JSR only have two or three songs that I like. I like seven songs from JSR. I couldn't find one song that was so abysmal that I had to stop listening to it. There were maybe one or two songs that felt a little overindulgent in their sampling though, particularly "Rock It On" and "That's Enough". "Sneakman" was the first song where my ears perked up a little, and "Funky Radio" actually made me feel a little good on the inside. Oh, and a plus here—I was concerned that there would be plenty of songs with chipmunk vocals due to Naganuma being composer. Thank the stars only one song really has these throughout, "Let Mom Sleep". All in all, I'm impressed. I've heard that a lot of regulars love JSR's soundtrack, but I wanted to know about why that is in more detail.