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It says here that the Genitorturers were featured in the True Crime: streets of L.A. soundtrack. I am a big fan of the Genitorturers and I also own a copy of True Crime for Xbox. I reviewed the credits, in the actual game as well as the Wiki page for True Crime. The Genitortures are no where to be found. Mabey they were in the PC version? I don't think the Genitorturers had anything to do with this game and I believe this may be an error. I would have edited it myself but i'm not positive. Thanks for your time.