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VICE CITY FOR LOVERS

"Music from back when Vice City was hot and sweaty."

Location: Downtown, Vice City, Pascua

Genre: Soul, R&B, Quiet Storm, Acid Jazz, Urban Contemporary

Type: Dynamic with Commercials

 

Station IDs:

Spoiler

"Classic Quiet Storm goodness since 1978... Vice City For Lovers."

"It's time for bed, baby. You're tuned in to Vice City For Lovers..."

 

Track List:

 

Edited by YouSitTightBuddy

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V-ROCK

"Hard-hitting rock and metal selections on the legendary home of the vulture!"

Location: Downtown, Vice City, Pascua

Genre: Classic Rock, Heavy Metal, Industrial Metal, Thrash, Skate Punk, Grunge, Glam Rock, Glam Metal, Hair Metal, Alternative Metal, Black Metal, Post-hardcore

Type: Dynamic with Commercials

 

Station IDs:

Spoiler

"Same format... same dirty logo since 1982! You're listening to V-Rock!"

"Throwback to the days of nuclear panic and overly-macho blockbuster films! You're on the home of the vulture! V-ROCK!"

 

Track List:

 

Edited by YouSitTightBuddy

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New station i made hosted by Poolside whose song was featured in gtav. Its basically a love child between radio mirror park and paradise fm with influences from eflc vladivostok

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POOLSIDE RADIO

"Bringing the daytime vibes to Vice City from Los Santos, The Poolside duo presents an eclectic mix of tropical house, chillwave, jazz funk and classic disco for your listening pleasure."

Location: Washington Beach, Vice City, Pascua

Genre: Daytime Disco, Tropical House, Disco, Jazz Funk, Post Disco, Progressive House, Chillwave, Deep House

Host: Poolside

Type: Continuous without commercials, BPM set to 128

 

Station IDs:

 

"Non-stop poolside music by Poolside, for poolsides. Poolside."
"Bringing the eternal summer vibes to Vice City, day and night. You are listening to Poolside."

 

 

Track List:

Edited by YouSitTightBuddy

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ThatKyloRenGuy

War Jams

“We’re gonna take you back to the past during the American Revolution, the American Civil War, and both World Wars, with War Jams!”

Genre: War music

Host: The Bearded Menace (a Vietnam veteran)

Type: Continuous with commercials

 

Track List:

Yankee Doodle (1780)

I Wish I Was in Dixie (1861)

When Johnny Comes Marching Home (1863)

Over There (1917)

Erika (1930s)

Katyusha (1938)

Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition (1942)

Blood on the Risers (1943)

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Alpen Rock

Music from Austria and Bavaria

Host: Arnold Schwarzenegger

Type: Continuous without commercials

 

Track List:

Wolfgang Ambros - Aufi, Aufi!

Hubert von Goisern - Brenna tuat’s guat 

Haindling - Lang scho nimmer g’sehn

Spider Murphy Gang - Schickeria

Rainhard Fendrich - Es lebe der Sport

Falco - Der Kommissar

Harold Faltermeyer - Axel F

Attwenger - Kana Daham

Georg Danzer - Jö schau

Ludwig Hirsch - Gell du magst mi

Kurt Sowinetz - Alle Menschen san ma zwider

Claudia Koreck - Ewige Lem

Biermösl Blosn - Gott mit dir, du Land der BayWa

Marianne Mendt - Wia a Glockn

Die Cubaboarischen - S´Dirnei

Georg Ringsgwandl - Dahoam is ned dahoam

Willy Astor - Seniorenmedley

S.T.S. - Fürstenfeld

Peter Cornelius - Reif für die Insel

Martina Schwarzmann - So sans

EAV - Der Tod

Alf Poier - Der Meister spricht

Kofelgschroa - Bladl

LaBrassBanda - Autobahn

Stefan Dettl - Vorbei Geh

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97.6

 

The Trailer

 

"Playing the music of the Trailer Rockers since 1993"

"Music for fighting over which piece of crap cheap ass Sports Car from the 80's is better"

 

Mix of Country and Rock

Playlist

 

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RoscoeHussein

Vice City For Lovers HD

 

  1. Sade - Sweetest Taboo - 1985
  2. Bobby Brown - Rock Wit'cha 1987 version
  3. Ella Mai - Trip - 2017
  4. Tony Toni Tone - Whatever You Want - 1990
  5. Smokey Robinson - Much Better Off - 1968
  6. Anita Baker - Sometimes - 1983
  7. Gap Band - Yearning For Your Love - 1980
  8. Teyana Taylor - Gonna Love Me - 2018
  9. Bernie Worell - I'll Be With You - 1978
  10. Swv - Right Here - Human Nature Version - 1992
  11. Earth, Wind, & Fire - Love's Holiday - 1977
  12. Eugene Wilde - Gotta Get You Home Tonight - 1984
  13. SZA - Broken Clocks - 2017
  14. Ginuwine - So Anxious - 1999
  15. Ready for the World - Tonight - 1985
  16. Ciara - Promise - 2006
  17. Rene & Angela - You Don't Have to Cry - 1985
  18. Montell Jordan - Get It On Tonight - 1999
  19. Frankie Beverly & Maze - Happy Feelings - 1977

DLC

  1. Mint Condition - Breaking My Heart (Pretty Brown Eyes) - 1991
  2. Bobby Womack - If You Think You're Lonely Now - 1981
  3. Raheem Devaughn - Don't Come Easy - 2018
  4. Jeffrey Osborne - Plane Love - 1983
  5. Donell Jones - U Know What's Up - 1999
  6. Jazmine Sullivan - Holding You Down (Goin' in Circles) - 2010
  7. Five Star - Let Me Be the One - 1985
  8. 112 - Cupid - 1996
  9. Musiq Soulchild - Buddy - 2007
  10. Marvin Gaye - You Sure Love to Ball - 1973
  11. Gregory Abbott - Shake You Down - 1986
  12. Aaliyah - 1 in a Million - 1997
  13. Khalid - Better - 2018
  14. Atlantic Starr - Let's Get Closer - 1982
  15. Usher - Trading Places - 2008
  16. Shalamar - This is for the Lover - 1980
  17. Alicia Keys - U Don't know My Name - 2003
  18. Guordan Banks - Keep You In Mind - 2017
  19. Tevin Campbell - Can We Talk - 1993
  20. SOS band - No One's Gonna Love You - 1984

 

Here's a link with the vibe 98.8 as the placeholder

https://www.dropbox.com/s/scyt3b0z1jmzezf/Vibe98.8.mp3?dl=0

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Bad Azz

Breeze FM 102,6

 

Just Breezin' under the sun!

 

John Cougar - Hurts So Good

Commodores - Easy

Quiet Riot - Cum On Feel The Noise

ZZ Top - Gimme All Your Lovin (Yeah I know)

Lynyrd Skynyrd - Call Me The Breeze

Bobby Caldwell - What You Won't Do For Love

Boz Scaggs - What Can I Say

George Benson - Breezin'

Shaggy - Angel

Grover Washington Jr - Mister Magic

Guns N' Roses - Sweet Child O' Mine

Michael Jackson - Billie Jean

Smokey Robinson - Tell Me Tomorrow (Long Version)

Aerosmith - Walk This Way

Aerosmith - Dude (Looks Like A Lady)

George Benson - Give Me The Night

Sister Sledge - Thinking Of You

Junior - Mama Used To Say (12'' Mix)

Shalamar - A Night To Remember

Young & Company - I Like (What You're Doing To Me) (Long Version)

 

Rockstar better be ready to spend them dollars! Lol.

 

Edit: Wow. Some great work and some great stations in this thread, even if not my genre. I was pleasantly surprised to find a lot of songs mentioned that I first intended to include in my list, but I think that keeping it down to 20 songs is best. No fillers! It's a video game, let's have some fun! 

 

The premise of my station is not focus on a certain genre and its sub genres, but simply to let you bob your head to the rythm with a big smile on your face, with some soulful gems scattered there and there. Gets you through the day, as smooth as that gentle summer breeze.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Britpop

 

Genre: alternative rock

Host: Jarvis Cocker

Type: Continuous without commercials


Pulp - “Common People” 
Pulp - “Disco 2000”
Pulp - “Lipgloss”
Pulp - “Sorted for E’s and Whizz” 
Pulp - “This Is Hardcore” 
Oasis - “Cigarettes & Alcohol”
Oasis - “Don’t Look Back in Anger”
Oasis - “Roll with It ”
Oasis - “Some Might Say”
Oasis - “Wonderwall”
Blur - “Coffee & TV”
Blur - “End of a Century”
Blur - “Girls & Boys”
Blur - “Song 2” 
Blur - “The Universal”
The Verve - “Bittersweet Symphony”
The Verve - "Lucky Man" 
The Verve - “Sonnet”
The Verve - “The Drugs Don’t Work”  
Suede - “Animal Nitrate”
Suede - “Beautiful Ones”
Suede - “Trash”  
Supergrass - “Alright” 
Supergrass - “Caught By The Fuzz” 
Super Furry Animals - “Something 4 The Weekend” 
Ash - "Goldfinger" 
Elastica - “Stutter” 
Manic Street Preachers - “A Design For Life” 
The Bluetones - “Slight Return”
Travis - "More Than Us"

 

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"Top one, nice one, get sorted!"

 

 

Radio Station: Sorted FM

Genre: Old School Hardcore Rave, Jungle

Station Host: DJ Veras (fictional DJ)

Location: London, England

 

Playlist (in no particular order):

The Prodigy - Wind It Up
Acen - Close Your Eyes Optikonfusion!
DJ Seduction - You Can Dance
Sonz Of A Loop Da Loop Era - Far Out
Krome and Time - The Slammer
Njoi - Mindflux
Xpansions - Move Your Body (Elevation)
Awesome 3 - Don't Go (Kicks Like A Mule Mix)
T. Power and Dj Skie - Brave New World
Rhythm Section - Comin On Strong
Altern 8 - Frequency
DJ Hype - Dub Plate Fever
Higher Level - Everybody Can Be
Run Tings - Fires Burning
M-Beat - Just A Little (Mellow Mix)
SL2 - Way In My Brain
Release - Dance in Eden
Nookie - Shining in the Darkness
Ratpack - Captain of the Ship
Shades of Rhythm - The Scientist
Kicks Like A Mule - The Bouncer (Housequake Mix)
Carl Cox - Hardcore Massif!
Cubic 22 - Night in Motion
LTJ Bukem - Demon's Theme
Euphoreal - Jungle Music

 

The station is similar to Rise FM and MSX FM with how all the tracks are in a continuous mix without interruption.

 

 

 

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Probably the biggest set of stations I'm gonna churn out on this thread, so bear with me hahaha.

 

So I finally got around to making logos for that Saints Row spinoff/Vice Kings game concept, named The Kingdom, set in Century City, Georgia (heavily based on Atlanta, with influences from Detroit, Tokyo, and Houston),  I did on page 1. There will be 2 incarnations of the same radio station, one set in 2001 (The Kingdom) and the other set in the present day, assumed to be in the late 2010s/2020s (Its sequel,The Kingdom: Chapter II), with different logos, hosts and song selections that is reflective of each era.

 

I'll start with the staple of the Saints Row series, seminal alternative rock station, Generation X.

 

2001 logo:

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Present Day logo:

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GENERATION X 89.0FM

2001

"The alternative."

Present Day

"We aren't really from Generation X, but the logo looks cool."

Genre:

Spoiler

2001

Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Post-hardcore, Noise Rock, Jangle Pop, Post-grunge, New Wave, Pop Punk, Psychedelic Rock

Present Day

Post-punk Revival, Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Garage Rock, Noise Rock, Stoner Rock, Blues Rock, Pop Punk, Indie Pop, Hardcore Punk, Electronic Rock, Shoegaze, Experimental Rock

Hosts:

Spoiler

2001

Jay Jackson, a disgruntled young college student from Berkeley College who still can't get over Kurt Cobain's death.

Present Day

Heidi Dawidowska, an extremely cynical DJ who believes that rock can't keep up with rap because of its lack of originality, and that it might as well just stay dead.

Host dialogue:

2001

Spoiler

"This is Generation X, home of the alternative, and the source of your painfully pathetic sense of nihilism. Yes, just because the millennium's arrived doesn't mean we don't want to cut ourselves."

"This is Jay Jackson, and I just want to say that rock ain't the same since the guys in plaid either went commercial or shot themselves. And I'm just here, at college hosting this little show playing commercial and independent rock curated by the 'tards at the student council in a city with one of the highest homicide rates in the country. Yup."

"This one goes out to all the gangs in the city ripping each other apart. From seminal post-hardcore L.A.-based band, Drive Like Jehu, with their track, Luau, cut up to fit the radio format."

"Jay: It's time to let the animals out of their cages. Hello there, this is Jay, have you got a request?

Caller: Hey Jay, good to hear from you, dude. (*cough*) Look, man, things are lookin' real bad for me right now. I just got hit by a eighteen wheeler and now I'm in a middle of a freeway, inside a burning sedan, smoke is billowing all over and I can't feel my legs.

Jay: Have you called the authorities?

Caller: I've been thinkin' about that. Anyway, the radio's still working so I figured I'd hit you up first for a track. (*cough cough*) Everything's goin' dim...

Jay: Uhh... yeah you're really gonna need medical help. Anyway here's Understanding In A Car Crash by Thursday while you wait for the paramedics to pull you out of the wreckage."

Present Day

Spoiler

"89.0, Generation Y, and yes, that was intentional. Speaking of which, I still can't pronounce my last name."

"This is Heidi, and reminding you that rock is still dead. Gone are the days of long hair and disgusting mosh pits as we usher in, or are already living in, the age of rainbow-colored cornrows and 'songs' that repeat the hook every five seconds with an airy-sounding beat in the background."

"McCarthyism is very much alive, and now everyone's accusing each other of being racist, sexist, colorist, one of those... and for what? Anyway, here's a track called Unfettered by Ocean Jet for your listening pleasure as we tread cautiously across a social minefield."

"Heidi: This is Heidi, and you're listening to Generation X 89.0. Hello?

Caller: Ms. Dawidowska? Your ancestors called, they want you to preserve the culture of your people, which is already at risk of disappearing completely.

Heidi: Oh god, not you again! Listen, like I said, I am not going to join your stupid movement just because I don't put on that much makeup and don't dress like a demented liberal arts student!

Caller: The minority threat is real, my fellow sister! I think we should bear arms and-

Heidi: (cuts phone line) Yeah, ain't buying it, dude. For the other, less paranoid listeners, here's a track called Bright Lights, by one of the most prolific blues rock artists of our time, Gary Clark Jr."

 

Track List:

2001

Present Day

 

 

Edited by YouSitTightBuddy

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KRHYME 95.4FM

2001

"Jazz Rap and Contemporary R&B for the new century!"

Present day

"Only the hottest hip hop and R&B joints on KRhyme!"

 

Genre:

Spoiler

2001:

Jazz Rap, R&B, Neo-soul, Hip Hop Soul, Alternative Hip Hop

Present Day:

Contemporary Hip Hop, Rap, Alternative Hip Hop, Alternative R&B, Contemporary R&B

 

Hosts:

Spoiler

2001:

Anita Williams, a sex enthusiast who often includes sexual euphemisms in her dialogue, and constantly ridicules the station's format.

Present Day:

Kish, longtime DJ of KRhyme FM who often makes references to the Saints and their successes.

Host Dialogue:

2001

Spoiler

"Hey hey, you listenin' to KRhyme 95.4, baby. I know you might be thinkin' the station's name implies that we only play that 'hardcore', 'gangsta' boo' sh*t you hear on other stations but we ain't. We goin' in hot, hot, hot with these sexy R&B joints, so sit back, relax and stay tuned for some lovin'."

"So the other day I was eatin' over at the Freckle Bitch's near the El, got me one of those Chicken Bazooms they had on sale. A hundred and fifty bucks per piece, damn good deal, if you ask me.... Anyway, I took a bite out of one of those heavily-processed junk meats, and on my unborn kin, I was hollerin'. It was like that night with Johnny G and Pierre all over again."

"Sisters With Voices... and their new single, Rain. Who gonna rain down on me tonight?"

"Anita: Let's head over to the phones real quick... Hello, this is the hotline for the Eternal Love Express, how may I service you today?

Caller: Hey Anita, it's Pete. I think my wife hates me, and she thinks that I'm bad in bed. I... I think she might actually leave me for this. I measure about six but it still doesn't make her happy for some reason. Now I think she's banging the tennis instructor behind my back to make up for it.

Anita: Damn, that don't sound too sexy.

Caller: It ain't, really, honestly I don't know what to do. How do I get her back?

Anita: Seems to me your wife is the dominant type, maybe a little bondage might be down both your alleys. And if that still don't work, just blow they heads off with a 45 Shepherd! Worked on 3 of my exes! I'm dedicating this track to you, man! Goodbye Love by Guy on KRhyme FM."

Present Day

Spoiler

"I'm Kish, and this is KRhyme FM! Only the hottest tracks in hip hop and R&B and nothing else!"

"I don't care how many T-Shirts they sell or soda promos they do! In it's core, the Saints are still a gang of criminals! And I hear the Vice Kings, their longtime rivals, are back too after a long hiatus! That's the kind of sh*t you read about in the comics!"

"This one's gonna rock the clubs tonight! Post Requisite by Flying Lotus!"

"Kish: This is KRhyme 95.4! Hello!

Caller: The name's Chester, Miyazaki Dregs (one of the neighbourhoods and gangs in the game, respectively) represent, cypher. Good to see a purveyor of justice spreading knowledge and the mathematics out in these streets, man.

Kish: That's how we do it at the Rhyme, brother! You got a request?

Caller: Yeah, me and the brothers just knocked up one of the Century City Bank branches around town, which I ain't gonna mention the exact location for reasons I choose not to specify. I'm a' need somethin' hard to bop to while we lose the 85."

Kish: You're gonna love this next tune! This is A Lot by 21 Savage!

 

Tracklist:

2001

Present Day

 

Edited by YouSitTightBuddy

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I edited my Gen X comment and it disappeared. Pretty strange.

 

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K12FM 97.6

2001

"Playing an eclectic mix of hard-hitting techno, breakbeat and industrial tracks for the next amphetamine-fuelled rave."

Present Day

"Who says electronic music is dead? Deep, bass-heavy techno and house beats to trip out and dance to."

 

Genre:

Spoiler

2001:

Industrial Rock, Industrial Dance, EBM, IDM, Hardcore, Breakbeat, Acid House, Trip Hop, Digital Hardcore, Detroit Techno

Present Day:

Deep House, Dub Techno, Detroit Techno

 

Hosts:

Spoiler

2001:

Ross Harper, a DJ under the influence of an unspecified drug who often spouts Afro-futuristic rhetoric and is convinced that he is in a cyberpunk story.

Present Day:

Dessie, a similarly high, though calmer DJ who often describes a cosmic entity known as 'The Sound' which influences the tracks he plays. 

 

Host Dialogue:

2001

Spoiler

"I go by the name Ross Harper, and you listenin' to K12 97.6. There are eyes everywhere, in every boulevard and every street, but in the end, the music will set us free. I promise you that."

"Why fight amongst ourselves when the true masterminds behind our suffering lie in City Hall? Black and white, brother and sister, arm to arm, we need to unite against the scourge, once and for all."

"The cavalry's comin', denizens of Century City, and the ensuing civil war will swift and painful! From Berlin, Speed by Atari Teenage Riot."

"Ross: Let's head over to the receivers... greetings! State your business or leave!

Caller: Nigga, whatever you on, I want some of it. Your crazy ass sound like you livin' in a parallel universe, and you talk like you watch too much Blade Runner fool!

Ross: If there is anything I am on, it would be the fumes of justice and equality to restore the pillars of our once great nation.

Caller: Fumes? Equality? What the f*ck you talkin' about?... You know what? F*ck it, play some Aux 88, man. I've had enough of this bullsh*t.

Ross: Looks like someone is still stuck in the simulation, maybe ignorance really is bliss! Techno/Electro by the brothers up in Detroit.

Present Day

Spoiler

"K12 97.6. I'm your man, Dessie, and may the sound guide us through this city."

"The force of the sound is powerful, and playful. Sometimes I find myself in the middle of a cross junction, under it's influence, and enjoy the moment as you hear the sounds of cars crashing. Hell, maybe all of y'all should do the same thing."

"Y'all gone love this next one. From England, collab between Shadow Child and Eli & Fur, this joint's called Seeing Is Believing."

"Dessie: Let's head over to the phones real quick...

Caller: Hey man, remember when this station used to play energetic music? Me neither. Now it's all deep house and minimal techno crap! How are you supposed to dance to that?

Dessie: Hmmm... dancing huh? 'Can't find that word anywhere!', according to the sound at least.

Caller: Screw you man! This is like the only electronic station in this city and you don't even play the hard stuff! This city sucks!

Dessie: The sound says you'll appreciate it once you give it a few tries. Give this one a spin, man. Pennines by Vellico."

 

Tracklist:

2001

 

Present Day

 

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THE FACTION FM 99.8

2001

"Commercial and independent European rock music, without the tariffs."

Present Day

"Indietronica and indie pop music to cash in on that 1980s nostalgia trend."

 

Genre:

Spoiler

2001:

Britpop, Alternative Rock, Electronic Rock, Shoegaze, Grebo, Pop Punk

Present Day:

Indietronica, Alternative Rock, Indie Pop, Chillwave, Synthpop, Electropop, Nu-disco, Psychedelic Pop, Art Rock

 

Hosts:

Spoiler

2001:

Maya Summers, a British woman who speaks in rather thick Multicultural London English (MLE) who often talks about her strange experiences attending raves and shows back in the UK.

Present Day:

Adam Kurosawa, a radio intern who dislikes the whole 1980s nostalgia trend going on in the 2010s and 2020s, and would much rather see the 90s and the 2000s make a comeback instead.

 

Host Dialogue:

2001

Spoiler

"You're listenin' to The Faction 99.8FM, home of the British New Wave. Big up, this is Maya Summers from London. We playin' nuthin' but bangers up in here so don't change tha dial!"

"So I saw this new movie in the theater couple o' days ago, about a bunch of wee lads in Edinburgh doin' absolutely f*ck-all an' shootin' up scag! I think that's a fantastic way of spreading British culture to America... And I think you yanks are pickin' it up faster than I thought."

"The Gallaghers have very good chemistry! Here's a track called Champagne Supernova!"
"Maya: Time to head over to the booth an' ting... Hello there! Have you a request for a song?

Caller: Hi there Maya! It's me, Tina! We met at the warehouse party down in Manchester, remember? 808 State was playing a set, if I do recall correctly.

Maya: Uhh...I beg your pardon?

Caller: Drunk was an understatement to describe you. You were absolutely sh*tfaced that night! I think you even made out with a pikey lad outside the hardware store down the stree-

Maya: That's a whole new set of bollocks! Never have I recalled such a terrible thing!

Caller: I still have the polaroid! You want me to mail it over to the studio-?

Maya: Blah blah blah! Up next, James Lavelle and UNKLE, Nursery Rhyme, off their new album released a couple years back!"

Present Day

Spoiler

"I'm Adam Kurosawa, and you're listening to The Faction 99.8! We're gonna be playing lots of 80s-inspired stuff... mostly because we're low on the budget since '06, and we're trying to hop on the trend, really."

"There's a coffee shop downstairs the studio where I broadcast from, where I usually get my caramel frappes. It's always a bunch of college kids dressed up in 80s crop tops and baggy pants! They even got a boombox the size of the Titanic down there, blasting Tears For Fears and Blondie and other mainstream 80s crap they got cookin'! Naturally I was inclined to say hi, but while I was planning the set list on my laptop for next month, which is going to be good, by the way, these bastards cranked We Built This City up to 11! I can't believe that... Can't they just let a man enjoy his free time in peace?"

"From New York-based synthpop duo, Tanlines, this one's called Brothers."

"Caller: Hey Adam, It's Kay again!

Adam: Certainly good to hear from you! You got a request for today?

Caller: Yeah about that... I just stole my ex-boyfriend's car and ran over like, 15 people along Attica Market, and I think the cops are coming. Could you play the soundtrack of me framing him up for the hit and run?

Adam: That honestly sounds like a really stupid plan, but run with it anyway! Human Nature by Paperwhite, on The Faction, 99.8!"

 

Track List:

2001

Present Day

 

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Radio Appalachia

From the hills and the hollers of the Appalachian Mountains, it's music for the people technology forgot!

 

Format: Bluegrass, Traditional Appalachian Music

DJ: Jesco White

 

1. The Stanley Brothers: Man Of Constant Sorrow (1950)

2. The Dillards: Dooley (1963)

3. The Osborne Brothers: Rocky Top (1967)

4. Flatt & Scruggs: Foggy Mountain Breakdown (1949)

5. The Country Gentlemen: Matterhorn (1966)

6. John Hartford: Skippin' In The Mississippi Dew (1976)

7. Grandpa Jones: Mountain Dew (1947)

8. Bluegrass Music Alliance: Take Me Home, Country Roads (1971)

9. Ralph Stanley: Rocky Island (1970)

10. The Kossoy Sisters: I'll Fly Away (1956)

11. Harry McClintock: Big Rock Candy Mountain (1927)

12. The Carter Family: Wildwood Flower (1935)

13. Steve Earle & The Del McCoury Band: The Mountain (2009)

14. Jim & Jesse: Ole Slew Foot (1976)

15. John Prine: Paradise (1971)

 

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Yinepi

 

 

Apokalypze FM 96.6

 

Format: Radio, randomized

 

Genre(s): Punk, Metal, Industrial, Gothic Rock, Synthpop

 

Slogan: Radio for the apocalypse that almost was!

 

Tracklist:

 

Alice Cooper - Feed My Frankenstein (1991)
David Bowie - Scary Monsters (1980)

Talking Heads - Psycho Killer (1977)

Queens of the Stone Age - Burn The Witch (2005)

The Mooney Suzuki - Alive and Amplified (2004)

Ramones - Pet Sematary (1989)

The Cruxshadows - Monsters (1995)

White Zombie - Black Sunshine (1992)

Echo & the Bunnymen - The Killing Moon (1984)

The Cure - Fascination Street (1989)

Detachments - The Flowers That Fell (Thee Four Horsemen Remix) (2009)

Joy Division - Disorder (1979)

Siouxsie and the Banshees - Spellbound (1981)

In Letter Form - Terror (2016)

The Cramps - I Was A Teenage Werewolf (1980)

Skeletal Family - Just A Friend (1983)

Eurythmics - Take Me To Your Heart (1981)

Holygram - A Faction (2018)

White Birches - Violent Creatures (2018)

Sister Machine Gun - Don't Let Me Down (1993)

The Underground Youth - Alice (2017)

Yann Tiersen - Palestine (2010)

 

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Big Fat Paulie

This would be a good concept for a GTA game that has seasons in it.

 

Sounds of the Seasons

Format: Holiday Music, Seasonal

DJ: Varies by Season

 

Spring Tracklist (Saint Patrick's Day)

DJ: Colm Meaney as Himself

 

The Dubliners: Whiskey In The Jar

The Glenfolk Four: Ducks of Magheralin

The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem: Mountain Dew

The Pogues: If I Should Fall From Grace With God

The Wolfe Tones: Wearing Of The Green

The Chieftains: I'll Tell Me Ma

Celtic Woman: Danny Boy

The Pogues & The Dubliners: The Irish Rover

Foster & Allen: The Green Hills of Ireland

Mychael & Jeff Danna: The Blood of Cu Chulainn

 

Summer Tracklist (Fourth of July)

DJ: Ted Nugent as Himself

 

Francis Scott Key: The Star-Spangled Banner
Jacqueline Schwab: The Battle Cry of Freedom

John Philip Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever

US Armed Forces Band: The Army Goes Rolling Along

US Armed Forces Band: Anchors Aweigh

US Armed Forces Band: The Marine's Hymn

Mormon Tabernacle Choir: Battle Hymn of the Republic

Jay Ungar: Ashokan Farewell

Katherine Lee Bates: America, The Beautiful

Lee Greenwood: God Bless The USA

John Denver: Take Me Home, Country Roads

Mitch Miller: The Yellow Rose of Texas

Frank Sinatra: New York, New York

Tennessee Ernie Ford: Marching Through Georgia

Toby Keith: Courtesy Of The Red, White, & Blue

Aaron Carter & Kayla Hinkle: Through My Own Eyes (Liberty's Kids Theme Song)

Elton John: Philadelphia Freedom

 

Autumn Playlist (Halloween)

DJ: Joe Bob Briggs as Himself

 

Bobby Boris Pickett: The Monster Mash

Meat Loaf: Hot Patootie, Bless My Soul

Ministry: Everyday Is Halloween

Siouxsie and The Banshees: Halloween

Weird Al Yankovic: Nature Trail To Hell

Marilyn Manson: This Is Halloween

Creedence Clearwater Revival: Bad Moon Rising

Warren Zevon: Werewolves of London

Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake (Theme From Dracula)

Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor

Alice Cooper: He's Back (The Man Behind The Mask)

Dokken: Dream Warriors

John Carpenter: Theme From Halloween

Mark Snow: Theme From The X-Files

Masamichi Amano: Campus Theme From Urotsukidoji

Herbert Chappell: The Gonk

Rob Zombie: Dragula

Michael Jackson: Thriller

 

Winter Playlist (Christmas)

DJ: Mick Foley as Santa Claus

 

Bing Crosby: White Christmas

Dean Martin: Let It Snow

Johnny Mathis: Sleigh Ride

Julie Andrews: My Favorite Things

Bobby Helms: Jingle Bell Rock

Patty Loveless: Santa Train

Beethoven: Chorus of the Bells

Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys: Beautiful Star of Bethlehem

Gene Autry: Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer

Holiday Express: Disco Santa (Santa Claus/N.O.E.L)

Bob Rivers & Twisted Radio: I Am Santa Claus

Weird Al Yankovic: The Night Santa Went Crazy

Gene Autry: Frosty The Snowman

Elvis Presley: Blue Christmas

Eartha Kitt: Santa Baby

The Trapp Family Singers: The Little Drummer Boy

The Irish Rovers: Good King Wenceslas

Twisted Sister: O Come All Ye Faithful

The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards: For Auld Lang Syne

 

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To be updated over the weekend since im at work

 

2001 logo:

 

Present Day logo:

 

101.69 SIZZURP FM

2001

"Southern hip hop and horrorcore joints to rake up the body count to."

Present Day

"Assorted hip hop and grime tracks for starting that grind."

 

Genres:

2001

Southern hip hop, lo-fi, horrorcore, Gangsta rap

Present Day

Grime, Contemporary hip hop, Alternative hip hop, R&B

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I'm surprised no GTA ever did rock from the 1950s or early 60s! I'm sure plenty of people would listen to that station!

 

Old School Radio

 

DJ: Vito Cattivo (An old man that loves talking about the old days and constantly complains about how people act in the present. He hates PC people and isn't afraid to speak his mind towards modern problems. Also talks about how to appreciate everything old, cause the music of today wouldn't exist without this music - he claims the same way about old people.)

Genre: 50s Rock and Roll, 60s Rock, Doo-Wap, Traditional Pop

 

* At the Hop - Danny and the Juniors

* Witch Doctor - David Seville

* GTO - Ronny and the Daytonas

* Why Do Fools Fall In Love - The Teenagers

* House of the Rising Sun - The Animals

* Rock Around the Clock - Bill Haley

* Long Tall Sally - Little Richard

* Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley

* Jump in the Line - Harry Belefonte

* Good Vibrations - Beach Boys

* Be My Baby - The Ronettes

* Walk Like A Man - Four Seasons

* Bristol Stomp - The Dovells

* Sh Boom - The Coasters

* Lollipop - The Chordettes

* The Little Old Lady from Pasadena - Jan and Dean

* Rockin' Robin - Bobby Day

* Johnny B. Goode - Chuck Berry

* La Bamba - Ritchie Valens

* Wonderful Wonderful - Johnny Mathis

* Tequila - The Champs

* Come and Go With Me - The Del-Vikings

* Peggy Sue - Buddy Holly

* Dream Lover - Bobby Darin

* Blue Sued Shoes - Elvis Presley

* Money (That's What I Want) - Barrett Strong

* Sugar, Sugar - The Archies

* Wouldn't It Be Nice - Beach Boys

* Can't Take My Eyes Off You - Four Seasons

* Who Put The Bomp - Barry Mann

* Great Balls of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis

* The Twist - Chubby Checker

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13 hours ago, MegaSean45 said:

I'm surprised no GTA ever did rock from the 1950s or early 60s! I'm sure plenty of people would listen to that station!

 

Old School Radio

 

DJ: Vito Cattivo (An old man that loves talking about the old days and constantly complains about how people act in the present. He hates PC people and isn't afraid to speak his mind towards modern problems. Also talks about how to appreciate everything old, cause the music of today wouldn't exist without this music - he claims the same way about old people.)

Genre: 50s Rock and Roll, 60s Rock, Doo-Wap, Traditional Pop

 

* At the Hop - Danny and the Juniors

* Witch Doctor - David Seville

* GTO - Ronny and the Daytonas

* Why Do Fools Fall In Love - The Teenagers

* House of the Rising Sun - The Animals

* Rock Around the Clock - Bill Haley

* Long Tall Sally - Little Richard

* Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley

* Jump in the Line - Harry Belefonte

* Good Vibrations - Beach Boys

* Be My Baby - The Ronettes

* Walk Like A Man - Four Seasons

* Bristol Stomp - The Dovells

* Sh Boom - The Coasters

* Lollipop - The Chordettes

* The Little Old Lady from Pasadena - Jan and Dean

* Rockin' Robin - Bobby Day

* Johnny B. Goode - Chuck Berry

* La Bamba - Ritchie Valens

* Wonderful Wonderful - Johnny Mathis

* Tequila - The Champs

* Come and Go With Me - The Del-Vikings

* Peggy Sue - Buddy Holly

* Dream Lover - Bobby Darin

* Blue Sued Shoes - Elvis Presley

* Money (That's What I Want) - Barrett Strong

* Sugar, Sugar - The Archies

* Wouldn't It Be Nice - Beach Boys

* Can't Take My Eyes Off You - Four Seasons

* Who Put The Bomp - Barry Mann

* Great Balls of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis

* The Twist - Chubby Checker

 

I actually have a radio station for 1950's and 1960's oldies in my GTA VI concept thread if you're interested.

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On 1/29/2019 at 10:17 PM, YouSitTightBuddy said:

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Present Day Logo:

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THE FACTION FM 99.8

2001

"Commercial and independent European rock music, without the tariffs."

Present Day

"Indietronica and indie pop music to cash in on that 1980s nostalgia trend."

 

Genre:

  Reveal hidden contents

2001:

Britpop, Alternative Rock, Electronic Rock, Shoegaze, Grebo, Pop Punk

Present Day:

Indietronica, Alternative Rock, Indie Pop, Chillwave, Synthpop, Electropop, Nu-disco, Psychedelic Pop, Art Rock

 

Hosts:

  Hide contents

2001:

Maya Summers, a British woman who speaks in rather thick Multicultural London English (MLE) who often talks about her strange experiences attending raves and shows back in the UK.

Present Day:

Adam Kurosawa, a radio intern who dislikes the whole 1980s nostalgia trend going on in the 2010s and 2020s, and would much rather see the 90s and the 2000s make a comeback instead.

 

Host Dialogue:

2001

  Reveal hidden contents

"You're listenin' to The Faction 99.8FM, home of the British New Wave. Big up, this is Maya Summers from London. We playin' nuthin' but bangers up in here so don't change tha dial!"

"So I saw this new movie in the theater couple o' days ago, about a bunch of wee lads in Edinburgh doin' absolutely f*ck-all an' shootin' up scag! I think that's a fantastic way of spreading British culture to America... And I think you yanks are pickin' it up faster than I thought."

"The Gallaghers have very good chemistry! Here's a track called Champagne Supernova!"
"Maya: Time to head over to the booth an' ting... Hello there! Have you a request for a song?

Caller: Hi there Maya! It's me, Tina! We met at the warehouse party down in Manchester, remember? 808 State was playing a set, if I do recall correctly.

Maya: Uhh...I beg your pardon?

Caller: Drunk was an understatement to describe you. You were absolutely sh*tfaced that night! I think you even made out with a pikey lad outside the hardware store down the stree-

Maya: That's a whole new set of bollocks! Never have I recalled such a terrible thing!

Caller: I still have the polaroid! You want me to mail it over to the studio-?

Maya: Blah blah blah! Up next, James Lavelle and UNKLE, Nursery Rhyme, off their new album released a couple years back!"

Present Day

  Reveal hidden contents

"I'm Adam Kurosawa, and you're listening to The Faction 99.8! We're gonna be playing lots of 80s-inspired stuff... mostly because we're low on the budget since '06, and we're trying to hop on the trend, really."

"There's a coffee shop downstairs the studio where I broadcast from, where I usually get my caramel frappes. It's always a bunch of college kids dressed up in 80s crop tops and baggy pants! They even got a boombox the size of the Titanic down there, blasting Tears For Fears and Blondie and other mainstream 80s crap they got cookin'! Naturally I was inclined to say hi, but while I was planning the set list on my laptop for next month, which is going to be good, by the way, these bastards cranked We Built This City up to 11! I can't believe that... Can't they just let a man enjoy his free time in peace?"

"From New York-based synthpop duo, Tanlines, this one's called Brothers."

"Caller: Hey Adam, It's Kay again!

Adam: Certainly good to hear from you! You got a request for today?

Caller: Yeah about that... I just stole my ex-boyfriend's car and ran over like, 15 people along Attica Market, and I think the cops are coming. Could you play the soundtrack of me framing him up for the hit and run?

Adam: That honestly sounds like a really stupid plan, but run with it anyway! Human Nature by Paperwhite, on The Faction, 99.8!"

 

Track List:

2001

Present Day

 

That Present Day is Kat Corbet, Not Adam Kurosawa.

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38 minutes ago, ajacraig2011 said:

That Present Day is Kat Corbet, Not Adam Kurosawa.

Doesnt necessarily have to be the same DJ.

 

Besides Kat plays predominantly pop punk and alternative metal in SR1 which isnt the idea i had in mind when i made the playlist for present day faction

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Femme Fatale

I was originally going to mix them all up like Non-Stop-Pop, but I decided to give each select playlist their own segment, and appropriate DJ. And yes, it's a girls only pop station.

 

Amazon FM

Slogans: "No boys allowed." "Paying tribute to pop divas from the past to now!"

 

Oldies Pop Playlist

DJ: Nancy Sinatra

1. Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) - Cher

2. These Boots Are Made For Walkin' - Nancy Sinatra

3. It's My Party - Lesley Gore

4. Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss) - Betty Everett

5. I Only Want To Be With You - Dusty Springfield

6. And When I Die - Laura Nyro

7. Stoney End - Barbra Streisand

8. Dream a Little Dream of Me - Doris Day

9. Moon River - Audrey Hepburn

10. At Last - Etta James

11. I Love How You Love Me - The Paris Sisters

12. Is That All There Is? - Peggy Lee

 

80's Pop Playlist

DJ: Pat Benatar

1. The Jam Was Moving - Debbie Harry

2. Into the Groove - Madonna

3. Hit Me With Your Best Shot - Pat Benatar

4. Two of Hearts - Stacey Q

5. Johnny Are You Queer? - Josie Cotton

6. We Got the Beat - The Go Go's

7. Heaven is a Place on Earth - Belinda Carlisle

8. She Bop - Cyndi Lauper

9. Physical - Olivia Newton-John

10. Morning Train (Nine to Five) - Sheena Easton

11. Plastic Love - Mariya Takeuchi

12. Music Is My Thing - Samantha Gilles

 

Modern Pop

DJ: Tegan & Sara

1. Touch It - Ariana Grande

2. Love At First Sight - Kylie Minogue

3. The Cure - Tegan & Sara

4. Moshi Moshi - Poppy

5. Wide Awake - Katy Perry

6. Siren - Kailee Morgue

7. Crying in the Club - Camila Cabello

8. You Belong With Me - Taylor Swift

9. Better Than Love - Hayley Kiyoko

10. Little Brat - Tila Tequila

11. New Rules - Dua Lipa

12. Wannabe - Spice Girls 

Edited by Femme Fatale

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