Many of the songs that were originally recorded for The Urbz were held over to be used in The Urbz 2, which was ultimately refactored into the console version of The Sims 2. Some other songs went entirely unused and have yet to appear in a Sims series game to date.
Each district in The Urbz has its own radio station (except for Skyline Beach, which shares the same station as Cozmo Street, but with different songs). Each station is unlocked on sound systems after its associated district is visited for the first time.
Intended for Road Rash Radio. Included in John Cobbett's archive of music he recorded for the game. Note that there is another song with a similar title that does appear in the game called Tissy Wawa by Jacen Touchstone.
The Urbz: Sims in the City Original SoundtrackEdit
The Urbz: Sims in the City Original Soundtrack Official album art for the soundtrack
The Urbz: Sims in the City Original Soundtrack is the official soundtrack to The Urbz: Sims in the City, digitally released in 2007. The soundtrack features 18 of songs included in the game. Due to licensing issues, none of the music created by The Black Eyed Peas is included on the OST.
Let's Get It Started (The Urbz Edition) - EP Official album art for the soundtrack
Let's Get It Started (The Urbz Edition) - EP is a downloadable EP that was available to players who purchased a special edition of the game. An included card allowed the bonus EP to be downloaded on iTunes. The EP contains four songs; English and Simlish versions of Let's Get It Started, Friddy Dope, and a previous unreleased BEP song called The Sticky. Although the EP was originally an exclusive bonus for early purchase of the game, it is now available for anyone to purchase or stream on Apple Music.
↑This song is a Simlish cover of The Black Eyed Peas song Let's Get Retarded. It does not actually appear in-game beyond the opening cutscene/main menu.
↑This song cannot actually be heard in-game as the music file is in fact a duplicate of Pop One by Music Orange. The original song can be heard playing on the official website and is used for the Diamond Heights XAM ringtone.
↑This song is a Simlish cover of The Black Eyed Peas song Shut Up