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Create your own radio station for GTA

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Liberty Rock Radio West
Post-grunge, Alternative Rock, Grunge, Jazz Rock, Pop Rock

Smash Mouth - Walkin' On The Sun (1997)
Talking Heads - Psycho Killer (1977)
Eve 6 - Inside Out (1998)
The Cardigans - Lovefool (1996)
Sugar Ray - Every Morning (1999)
Blur - Song 2 (1997)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Scar Tissue (1999)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Otherside (1999)
Pearl Jam - Jeremy (1991)
Midnight Oil - Beds Are Burning (1987)
Everclear - Santa Monica (1995)
Sugar Ray - Someday (1999)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Under the Bridge (1991)
Stone Temple Pilots - Interstate Love Song (1994)
Everlast - What It's Like (1998)
Pixies - Here Comes Your Man (1989)
Queen - Another One Bites The Dust (1980)
She Wants Revenge - ...And A Song For Los Angeles (2007)
Dog Fashion Disco - Anacostia (2017)
Dog Fashion Disco - Pogo The Clown (1998)
Everclear - I Will Buy You A New Life (1997)
Unwritten Law - I Like the Way (2005)
Pivit - Cyberchrist (2002)
Good Charlotte - Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous (2002)
The Offspring - Why Don't You Get A Job (1998)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Snow (2006)
Nirvana - Come As You Are (1991)
Alice In Chains - Man in the Box (1990)
Dishwalla - Counting Blue Cars (1995)
The Mooney Suzuki - Legal High (2004)
The Faint - Dropkick the Punks (2004)
The Heavy - The Big Bad Wolf (2012)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Give It Away (1991)
Spin Doctors - Two Princes (1991)
Letters To Cleo - Here and Now (1994)
Hole - Malibu (1998)
The Faint - Psycho (2008)
Cleo Alexandra - Criminal (2019)
Veruca Salt - Seether (1994)

Edited by Yinepi

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My station is a pirate station that plays punk as no station would play such music

Radio name: PID (punk is dead)

DJ/ host: Steve Ignorant of Crass, Cal of Discharge, or Dez Cadena of Black Flag.

Genre: Punk, anarcho punk, hardcore punk, D Beat


Track list

Bad Religion - In the night

Black Flag - I love you

Black Flag - Police story (Dez version)

Black Flag - Bastard in love

Crass - Banned from the Roxy

Crass - Gs Song

Crass - End result

Descendents - In love this way

Descendents - Pep talk

Descendents - M-16

Dead Kennedy’s- Holiday in


Dead Kennedy’s- Kill the poor

Discharge - Possibility of life’s destruction

Discharge - Visions of war?

Discharge - A look for tomorrow

DRI - Busted






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GENRES: City Pop, R&B, Funk, Early Electronica, Jazz, Disco
HOST: DJ Kamasami Kong

FORMAT: Dynamic (Commercials, Weazel News, Bumpers)

LOCATIONS: Los Santos, Liberty City 
"Where the tide meets your ears, 24/7."

Edited by mcmk785

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"Where synthesizer music meets depressing visuals."

"The antithesis to your bubbly 80s nostalgia."

Genre: Synthwave, Coldwave, Darkwave, Industrial, Shoegaze, Gothic Rock, Post-punk, EBM, Minimal Synthpop, Witch House

Hosts: Nicholas Wood & Kat Day

Location: Somewhere in Vice City.

Type: Dynamic (with commercials)


Track List:




Edited by YouSitTightBuddy

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Radio stations for a potential concept set in a fictional version of the present-day London.




Cassibel Rock Radio

"Where classic rock is united and our listeners are over 40 and stroppy."

Genre: Blues rock, classic rock, hair metal, hard rock, new wave, NWOBHM, post-punk, power pop, progressive rock, punk rock.

Type: Dynamic radio (plays WNKA News and commericals).



The Buzzcocks - Why Can't I Touch It? (1979)

The Clash - The Guns of Brixton (1979)

The Damned - Smash It Up (Parts 1 & 2) (1979)

Def Leppard - Bringin' on the Heartbreak (1981)

Elvis Costello & The Attractions - (I Don't Want to Go to) Chelsea (1978)

Gang of Four - Return the Gift (1979)

Girlschool - Take It All Away (1979)

Iron Maiden - The Duellists (1984)

The Jam - Sounds From the Street (1977)

Motörhead - Iron Horse/Born to Lose (1977)

Queen - If You Can't Beat Them (1978)

Robin Trower - Day of the Eagle (1974)

Saxon - Broken Heroes (1985)

Uriah Heep - Name of the Game (1976)

The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again (1971)




Brit Classics

"Either born and living in the UK or grabbing an opportunity and estabilishing one's career in the United States, we've got it all covered. Blasts from the past."

Genre: Late 1980's-early 2000's boom bap, conscious rap, jazzy rap, East Coast rap, political rap, UK rap.

Type: Dynamic radio (plays WNKA News and commericals).



Braintex feat. Lewis Parker & Supa T - Making Moves (1999)

The Brotherhood - Dark Stalkers (1996)

Credit to the Nation - Sowing the Seeds of Hatred (1994)

Demon Boyz - Northside (1988)

Derek B - A Look Back (Remix) (1999)

Dizzee Rascal feat. Wiley - 2 Far (2003)

Foreign Beggars feat. Dr. Syntax - What Goes Up (2003)

Funky DL - If I Had a Day to Live (1997)

Humble Souls - Bridge into the New Age (1993)

Jehst - Falling Down (2003)

Lewis Parker feat. Klashnekoff & Skriblah - No Escape (2002)

London Posse - Original London Style (1990)

Mark B & Blade feat. Lewis Parker & Skinnyman - Long Awaited (2001)

MC Duke - I Just Don't Care Anymore (1990)

Phi-Life Cypher - ABC (2000)

Roots Manuva feat. Charli 2na - Join the Dots (1999)

The Ruthless Rap Assassins - Just Mellow (Norman Cook 7" Remix) (1990)

Slick Rick - It's a Boy (1991)

Task Force feat. Braintex & Jehst - The Cosmic Gypsies (2000)

Tommy Evans feat. Devise, Ricochet & Yungun - 4 Horsemen (2001)

Edited by TheerT

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Radio Maple Holt

Location: Maple Holt, Rainier, Luther County, Jefferson.

Genre: Late 1980's-early 2000's alternative rock, britpop, hard rock, indie rock, industrial metal, midwest emo, progressive rock, post-grunge, post-hardcore, shoegazing.
"The rock of rebellion, angst and misery without celebrating extreme drug and sex addiction. Alcohol abuse is okay though."
Type: Dynamic radio (plays commercials, Weazel News and Wezael Weather).
DJs: Dan Hoerner & Jeremy Enigk.


ID examples:


"Radio Maple Holt. We have all the emo and post-hardcore stuff from the times when you wouldn't think that being "emo" meant to look as girly and edgy at the same as possible."
"Radio Maple Holt. The alternative. The angst. The REBELLION. The feeling of living in the suburbs of Midwest during the 90's without a need to leave the Northwest (as if Rainier wasn't mostly a suburbia)."
"You expected us to play grunge music? Go screw yourself, buddy. Better listen to music that knows it's okay to be emotional, but it's not okay to commit suicide (don't trust the stereotypes). Better listen to us. Better listen to Radio Maple Holt."
"If you have a family now and act like an average American grown-up adult, but you are still a bit nostalgic about your teenage years full of fighting with rules set up by your strict parents or attending parties just to get rejected by that popular high school girl, we're playing right for you. Radio Maple Holt."
"For the hipsters before the late 2000's made being a hipster "a cool thing". For the old-school emos before pop-punk musicians and wannabe-goths made the subculture an utter trash. For the 4th wave emo bands looking for some inspiration for their upcoming lo-fi tape. It's Radio Maple Holt."




Edited by TheerT

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Selected 83.9 FM

Location: University Village, Rainier, Luther County, Jefferson.

Genre: Player's choice ("User Music Player" type station).

"We don't care about music you want to listen to. We only care about YOU and YOUR needs."

Type: Depends on the option chosen in the game's audio settings.

Host: Caroline Kay - a 21 year old self-proclaimed "I'm not like the other girls" type girl. She's convinced that she's quirky and unique, because of dying her hair different color every single week, wearing black Trickster hoodies and white Slan shoes, having a small heart tattoo on her middle fingers, preferring Burger Shot over Pizza This...!, and writing everything lowercase on the Internet. She wants to quit the job as a radio host one day to become an alt pr0n model to which one of the station callers suggests to start an ASMR channel on ElectricHit first and then get drugged and have a lesbian sex tape with an emo-looking stripper.


ID examples:


"Just for you, just for your pleasure (just for your egoism and belief that you are superior because of your taste in music). Non-stop music selection created by your snobbery. Get SELECTED! Selected 83.9! (Selected 83.9!)"
"Don't you hate when other people decide what YOU want to listen to right now, but you've spent all money on everything but not a music streaming service subscription? Or maybe you are a college student in a debt? Maybe you're both, aren't you? We've got something for you! A station where YOU are the DJ and we just comment your taste in music. 83.9 FM - it's Selected! (Selected!)"
"CD's, casette tapes, MP3 files or, maybe if you consider yourself "a music connoisseur", FLAC's... No matter where you've got music, no matter how much time you've spent to download your favorite artist's discography from questionable file sharing services, we will play your music anyway. Welcome to SELECTED! (Welcome to SELECTED!)"
"83.9 FM, your personal mixtape to listen to when you are commuting to work, have a chill day with your friends or even when you are about to increase the murder rate in Luther County. This is SELECTED! (This is SELECTED!)"
"No limits (we are okay even with harsh noise, obscure Eastern European avant-garde composers from the 1960's or whatever people from music-related imageboards suggested you to give a listen), no censored lyrics (unless you don't want your Christian liberal parents to make you grounded for listening all that misogynistic rap music), no radio cuts (unless you just want them for the sake of not getting bored by your 20 minutes long progressive rock songs). You decide about EVERYTHING (even about breaks for commercials or news). YOUR station, OUR commentary. This is Selected 83.9! (Selected 83.9!)"


Radio's mechanism:


Options of the station:

  • Playlist (In order) - there's no DJ, ID's or breaks for commercial/news/weather report. Just pure music played sequentially. The player can switch songs.
  • Playlist (Random) - similar to the option above, but the songs are shuffled. The player is able to skip a currently playing song (another randomly chosen song will be played).
  • Radio (Songs only) - while there's still no DJ and stuff, in this mode it's impossible to switch between the songs. They're played in random order.
  • Radio (Non-commercial) - just like above, shuffled playlist and no ability to change a song. In this mode, Selected 83.9 FM plays only the DJ's lines and the station's ID's. No commercials, news and weather reports.
  • Radio (Commercial) - songs playing in random order without an option to switch between them, all the radio aspects are present (DJ, ID's and breaks).

How the station works:

  • Consoles - songs from other in-game music radio stations can be played on Selected, after buying them at a Vinyl Countdown store.
  • PC - just like in the console version of GTA: State of Jefferson, the player can listen to the songs from in-game radio, but with an extra ability to put one's own music into a specific folder located within the user files (similar to custom music stations from previous GTA titles). One can use the MP3, WMA, WAV and FLAC files for music. If a song file features data about artist and song title written in the "Details" section of the file, info about artist and song title will be displayed on both the radio selection menu and screens of car radios with RDS.


Edited by TheerT

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"Booty-shaking 24/7, y'all! Slamming 808s and spinning classic joints since 1986!"

Genre: Miami Bass, Florida Sound, R&B-dance, Electro, Breakbeat, Golden Age Hip Hop, Funk, Freestyle, Atlanta Club

Host: DJ Magic Mike

Location: Greater Downtown, Vice City

Type: Continuous






Edited by YouSitTightBuddy

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(do I have to be that person? Yes. Can anyone stop me? No)

Name of station: Aewen raido

Genre: K-pop, krap,etc...

Host: Jay park


BTS - Idol feat. Nicki minaj

BTS - no more dream

Agust D - Agust D

GDragon - Korean dream

Monsta X - hero

NCT 127 - regular (English version)

BTS - we are bulletproof pt. 2

BTS - mic drop feat Steven aoki (full length)

RM - Do you

RM - joke

Jhope - Daydream

BTS - Cypher pt. 3

EXO - monster

Big bang - bang bang bang

Agust D - Tony Montana

BTS - the truth untold

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I've always had an idea for an Outrun/Streets Of Rage type station if they were ever gonna do a modern rendition of Vice City. Fever 105 is just a funkier, more energetic post-economic boom VCFL imo so I'm gonna drop this playlist to reflect that idea.

Michael Winslow as the host because he was in those really cheesy Police Academy films which kinda fits the whole urban arcade-y vibe of the whole station.


EDIT: Removed some tracks and added other tracks to amp up the jazz funkiness.



"All the best in feel-good jazz funk and soul to relive the decadence and suave of the 80s and 90s!"

Genre: Soul, Jazz Funk, Post-disco, New Jack Swing

Host: Michael Winslow

Location: Greater Downtown, Vice City

Type: Dynamic (with commercials)




Patrice Rushen - Forget Me Nots (1982)

Fonda Rae - Over Like A Fat Rat (1982)

Odyssey - Inside Out (12" Version) (1982)

New Edition - N.E. Heartbreak (1988)

Fat Larry's Band - Looking For Love Tonight (1979)

Aurra - Like I Like It (1985)

Young And Company - I Like What You're Doing To Me (1980)

Ozone - (Our Hearts) Will Always Shine (1983)

One Way feat. Al Hudson - Let's Go Out Tonight (1980)

Jocelyn Brown - Somebody Else's Guy (1984)

Millie Scott - Ev'ry Little Bit (1987)

Shanice - It's For You (1993)

Soul II Soul - Back To Life (1989)

Incognito - One Step To A Miracle (1990)

Slave - Watching You (1980)

Commodores - Janet (1985)

Juicy - Sugar Free (1985)

Skipworth And Turner - Thinking About Your Love (12" Version) (1985)

Dayton - The Sound Of Music (European Mix) (1984)

Tom Browne - Funkin' For Jamaica (1980)

Al B. Sure - Off On Your Own Girl (1988)

Alexander O' Neal - What's Missing (1985)

The Funk Masters - It's Over (1983)

Eighties Ladies - Turned On To You (1981)

Manhattan Rhythm - Sweet Lady (1983)

B.B. & Q Band - Genie (1985)

Loose Ends - Love Controversy, Pt. 1 (1990)

Earth, Wind & Fire - Wanna Be With You (1981)

Bobby Brown - Girlfriend (1986)

Cheryl Lynn - Encore (12" Version) (1984)

The Blackbyrds - Dreaming About You (1977)

Atlantic Starr - Silver Shadow (1985)

Klymaxx - Good Love (1990)

Loose Ends - You Can't Stop The Rain (1986)

Jaki Graham - Round And Round (1985)

Fifth Of Heaven - Just A Little More (1989)

Kashif feat. Meli'sa Morgan - Love Changes (1987)

The Cool Notes - Spend The Night (12" Version) (1985)




Edited by DownInTheHole

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I’ve had this idea for a big rock station in GTA for a while. The interesting thing about these songs is they all come from a single real life radio station. I was envisioning something like that. The DJ is a fake persona, he’s basically a Jersey Shore type who moved to Vice City in search of a better life among less annoying people, but instead of the leisurely life he envisioned, he ends up as a radio DJ.

97.7 The EDGE F.M.

“Only The Best Modern Rock since 1979! What do we like? Punk, Grunge, Industrial, whatever gets us rockin’ 24/7!”

Genres: Alternative Rock, Power Pop, Punk Rock, Pop Punk, Grunge, Post-Grunge, Industrial, Britpop, Hard Rock

Type: Dynamic (With Commercials)

DJ: Paulie Westbrook


Beck - E-Pro (2005)

Tori Amos - God (1994)

The Replacements - Alex Chilton (1987)

The Raconteurs - Old Enough (2008)

Cake - Frank Sinatra (1996)

Fountains Of Wayne - Radiation Vibe (1996)

Rancid - Ruby Soho (1995)

Muse - Hysteria (2003)

Green Day - Nice Guys Finish Last (1999)

Oasis - Morning Glory (1995)

Foo Fighters - Times Like These (2003)

Ruby - Paraffin (1995)

Sebadoh - Rebound (1995)

Scott Weiland - Mockingbird Girl (1998)

Jimmy Eat World - A Praise Chorus (2002)

Semisonic - If I Run (1996)

The Cult - Fire Woman (1989)

Letters To Cleo - Here And Now (1994)

Veruca Salt - Shutterbug (1997)

Death Cab For Cutie - Cath... (2008)

Puddle Of Mudd - Blurry (2001)

Toad The Wet Sprocket - Walk On The Ocean (1992)

Jet - Look What You’ve Done (2003)

Catherine Wheel - Black Metallic (1991)

Modest Mouse - Ocean Breathes Salty (2004)

Weezer - My Name Is Jonas (1994)

Pixies - Gigantic (1988)

Garbage - I Think I’m Paranoid (1998)

Our Lady Peace - Clumsy (1997)

Everclear - When It All Goes Wrong Again (2000)

The Flys - She’s So Huge (1999)

Spiderbait - Shazam! (1999)

Whipping Boy - Twinkle (1996)


Edit: I definitely needed to slim it down and cut out some songs that didn’t fit the format

Edited by Chrome Zentorno

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My version of a Radio Espantoso in a re-imagined Vice City which plays MPB/rare Brazilian funk and Bossa Nova along with the usual Latin Jazz Funk and Salsa.



"Catering to the ears of Vice City's Hispanic demographic since the early days of the Cuban exodus, Radio Espantoso presents a potpourri of eclectic jazzy sounds from across Hispaniola to Latin America."

Location: Little Havana, Vice City

Genre: Latin Jazz, Jazz Funk, Salsa, Cha-cha, Cumbia, MPB, Bossa Nova, Tropicalia, Easy Listening, Rare Groove, Jazz Fusion

Host: Pepe & Hector Hernandez

Type: Dynamic (with Commercials in Cuban/Floridian Spanish)




Might do VCFL again or Emotion next.


Edited by DownInTheHole

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Paradise FM, hosted by 2 DJs, with one set playing mostly classic deep house cuts and some disco tracks and the other with a mostly techno-trance centric playlist with an industrial flair. In some ways it's also a rework of the playlist I made for a similar dance station that I wrote in the other thread.



"Warehouse vibes, all day, all night. You're in the heat with Paradise."


1st Set - Deep House, Disco, Soulful House, Tropical House, Jazz Funk, Acid House

2nd Set - Detroit Techno, Techno-trance, Industrial Dance, Minimal Techno, Psytrance, Goa Trance


1st Set - Glenn Underground

2nd Set - I Hate Models

Location: Vice City, but it also broadcasts in Liberty City.

Type: Continuous



Glenn Underground's Set


I Hate Models's Set


Edited by DownInTheHole

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Liberty-State exclusive station that progressively loses it's signal as you travel south to the GTA version of Florida. Partly inspired by Saints Row 1 Hip Hop radio and The Liberty Jam, This version of The Classics plays both underground and mildly mainstream hip hop tracks from the 90s to early-to-mid 2000s instead of the golden age material in IV.



"Classic hip hop, from a more sanitized, slowly-gentrifying South Bohan, to your stereo across Liberty State."

Genre: 90s-00s Rap, East Coast Hip Hop, Jazz Rap, Gangsta Rap, Conscious Hip Hop

Host: Large Professor

Location: South Bohan, Liberty City. Does not broadcast beyond Liberty State.

Type: Dynamic (with Commercials)









Edited by DownInTheHole

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I would make an all Australian playlist. I'm from Australia and there are so many good songs coming out, but that's just my opinion. I don't know what the station would be called but i have some song ideas.


1. Flume - Never be like You

2. Holy Holy - Maybe You Know

3. Nick Murphy/Chet Faker - Sanity

4. Flight Facilities - Down to Earth

5. Gang of Youths - Magnolia

6. Matt Corby - Talk it Out

7. Tame Impala - The Less I Know The Better

8. Rufus Du Sol - Brighter

9. Touch Sensitive - Pizza Guy

9. G Flip - Drink too Much

10. Hayden James - Just Friends

11. Flume - Holdin On

12. Nick Murphy/Chet Faker -  Yeah I Care

13. Gang of Youths - Let Me Down Easy

14. Holy Holy - Teach Me About Dying

15. Rufus Du Sol - Innerbloom

16. D.D. Dumbo - Brother

17. Hermitude - The Buzz

18. Peking Duk - Fire

19. Flume - Hyperparadise

20. Gang of Youths - Strange Diseases

21. Flight Facilities - Foreign Language

22. Flume and Nick Murphy/Chet Faker- This Song Is Not About A Girl

23. Peking Duk - High

24. Rufus Du Sol - Lost In My Mind

25. Flume - Smoke and Retribution


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And... now a Vice City exclusive station, and you probably guessed it... VCFL, my third re-working of this station to date. I'd like to imagine that a new-gen version of VCFL would play more mellow 70s-80s quiet storm jams as opposed to The Vibe (Liberty-exclusive), which would probably play 90s-00s neo-soul and mid-90s new jack type stuff. This exclusivity would be contrasted with the presence of Fever 105 (written above) as well as a central modern-day Alt-R&B/Hip Hop station similar to Blonded, of which the name and track list I have yet to conceive of, both of which are available in both Liberty City and Vice City.


Tried to go for a more nighttime City Pop-ish aesthetic with this one.


"Mellow, classic quiet storm joints for that sweet, sweet lovemaking... 'cause it's easy to lose your mind in the city."

Genre: Quiet Storm, Funk, Soul, R&B, Smooth Jazz

Host: Lenny Green

Location: Ocean Beach, Vice City. Does not broadcast in Liberty State

Type: Dynamic



The Whispers - Love Is Where You Find It (1981)

Roy Ayers Ubiquity - The Third Eye (1976)

Roy Ayers Ubiquity - Searching (1976)

Barry White - Practice What You Preach (1994)

Lowrell - Mellow Mellow Right On (1979)

Manchild - Especially For You (1977)

Side Effect - Keep That Same Old Feeling (1976)

The Jones Girls - This Feeling's Killing Me (1979)

George Benson - Lady Love Me (One More Time) (1983)

Kashif - The Mood (1983)

Lillo Thomas - I Like Your Style (1984)

Randy Crawford - You Might Need Somebody (1981)

Faze O - Riding High (1980)

RAMP - Deep Velvet (1977)

Bobby Caldwell - What You Won't Do For Love (1978)

The Isley Brothers - Groove With You (1978)

Sade - Kiss Of Life (1985)

Rose Royce - Wishing On A Star (1977)

Delegation - Oh Honey (1977)

Minnie Riperton - Baby, This Love I Have (1975) 

Dexter Wansel - The Sweetest Pain (1979)

Tower Of Power - So Very Hard To Go (1974)

High Inergy - You Can't Turn Me Off (In The Middle Of Turnin' Me On) (1977)

Marvin Gaye - Since I Had You (1976)

Maze feat. Frankie Beverly - We Are One (1983)

Ethel Beatty - It's Your Love (1981)

Deniece Williams - Free (1976)

Rene & Angela - You Don't Have To Cry (1983)

Rick James & Teena Marie - Fire And Desire (1977)

Peabo Bryson - Love From Your Heart (1977)

Sylvia Robinson - Pillow Talk (1973)

Stephanie Mills feat. Teddy Pendergrass - Two Hearts (1981)

Donald Byrd feat. Isaac Hayes - Feel Like Lovin' You Today (1981)

Rufus & Chaka Khan - Close The Door (1978)

Rufus & Chaka Khan - Magic In Your Eyes (1978)




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