List of tracks in Jet Set Radio Future
- Humming the Bassline (D.S. Remix) – Hideki Naganuma, remixed by Deavid Soul
- Aisle 10 (AKA Hello Allison) – Scapegoat Wax
- The Answer (The Latch Brothers Remix) – Bran Van 3000, remixed by the Latch Brothers
- Baby-T – Guitar Vader
- Birthday Cake – Cibo Matto
- Bokfresh – Richard Jacques
- Latch Brother Bounce – The Latch Brothers
- Fly Like a Butterfly – Hideki Naganuma
- The Concept of Love - Hideki Naganuma
- Funky Dealer – Hideki Naganuma
- Shape Da Future – Hideki Naganuma
- Statement of Intent – bis
- Koto Stomp – The Latch Brothers
- Count Latchula – The Latch Brothers
- Let Mom Sleep (No Sleep Remix) – Hideki Naganuma, remixed by Richard Jacques
- I Love Love You (Love Love Super Dimension Mix) – Guitar Vader, remixed by Hideki Naganuma
- Rockin' the Mic (The Latch Brothers Remix) – The Prunes, remixed by the Latch Brothers
- I'm Not a Model – Russell Simins
- Oldies But Happies – Hideki Naganuma
- Me Likey the Poom Poom – The Latch Brothers
- Rock it On (D.S. Mix) – Hideki Naganuma, remixed by Deavid Soul
- The Scrappy (The Latch Bros Remix) – BS 2000, remixed by the Latch Brothers
- Sneakman (Toronto Mix) – Hideki Naganuma, remixed by Toronto
- Ill Victory Beat – The Latch Brothers
- What About the Future – Richard Jacques
- Teknopathetic – Hideki Naganuma
- Like It Like This Like That – Hideki Naganuma
- Sweet Soul Brother (B.B. Rights Mix) - Hideki Naganuma, remixed by B.B. Rights
- That's Enough (B.B. Rights Mix) – Hideki Naganuma, remixed by B.B. Rights
- Grace And Glory (B.B. Rights Mix) – Hideki Naganuma, remixed by Richard Jacques
Two Jet Set Radio Future CD's were released, the official "Jet Set Radio Future: Original Sound Track" CD available from Scitron Records and the very hard-to-find "Jet Set Radio Future: Music Sampler" CD from Grand Royal Records.
The songs "The Scrappy (The Latch Bros Remix)", "Statement Of Intent", and "The Answer (The Latch Brothers Remix)" were not on either CD.
- Cibo Matto's Birthday Cake was censored in JSRF itself, due to some of the lyrics having explicit language, drug references, and war references. Cut were the lines "I don't give a flying fuck though", "We made a war with the Vietnamese" and "We loved LSD, we died easily".
- Russel Simmin's I'm Not a Model also ends early due to the reference of depiction of oral sex.
- Rockin' The Mic from The Prunes features a line "Ya'll nigga's about to be outta here, like Bill Clinton", which possibly could mean the song was written at the time of when Bill Clinton (42nd President of the United States) was about to leave office in 2001 after serving his second term.
- Scapegoat Wax's Aisle 10 was featured in another game that was also an Xbox exclusive, titled Project Gotham Racing, which was released on November 15th, 2001, 3 months before the release of JSRF.