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Create a Radio Station for the Next GTA


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Just a random idea I came up with when I was bored. I think it will be fun to see you all get creative and maybe we can even help Rockstar Games get some ideas...


Before we get started, here are some rules:

  • Use real songs that have been released by the artist themselves (not leaked, or unofficial).
  • Give it a name.
  • Try to come up with at least 15 songs.
  • Try to stick to a particular genre and its similar genres.
  • You can give your radio a Host, but make sure it's a real person. (optional)
  • Try to create a logo for it. (optional)
  • Don't put embedded YouTube videos as it would slow down the website for some people, you can create a link to the song instead.


Feel free to PM me, I can help you create your logo.


I'll start.




Name: Antidote FM

Genre: Contemporary Hip-Hop, Rap Rock, Emo Hip-Hop, Alternative Hip-Hop, Trap

DJ: Tim Westwood





Note: This is the radio station I created considering GTA VI will be set in Florida/Vice City. Most artists here are from the South USA, and some are from Florida and Miami (XXXTentacion, Ski Mask The Slump God, Ghostemane, Smokepurpp). 


Now, your turn!

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Since the old thread is f*cked up (it takes lots of time to load each page of it), I decided to move my radio station station concepts here. They are for a game set in a fictionalized version of King County, Washington. It will take a lot of time to convert them to the forum's current formatting though.



BaseCast 24
Genre: acid house/ambient house/deep house/ghetto house/microhouse/minimal techno/tech house.
"Nicolas Jaar with his mix of electronica - live from Base Nightclub to your FM and Internet radios via BaseCast 24."

Type: Continuous mix.
DJ: Nicolas Jaar.







Selected 83.9 FM

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

Genre: Player's choice.

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

Host: Jodie Styles - a 25 years old art school dropout and a faux hipster who thinks she has an extensive knowledge on pop-culture related things, while her actual knowledge is as extensive as whatever PopGun FM (Jodie claims to be interested in this station "ironically") and Rainier Jam 95.3 tend to play on the air, and whatever is currently trending on Showflicker. Outside of that, she sometimes whine and complain about living in Rainier and Luther County's society (especially about poor people and Bean Machine workers). Jodie also mentions that she used to work at SubUrban, but got fired due to her "laziness" and "lack of kindness".



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 the DJ's lines and the station's ID's. There are no commercial/news/weather report breaks though.
  • 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.
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1 hour ago, (Ambient) said:

Since the old thread is f*cked up (it takes lots of time to load each page of it), I decided to move my radio station station concepts here. They are for a game set in a fictionalized version of King County, Washington. It will take a lot of time to convert them to the forum's current formatting though.

Yeah, it really slows down the website when people embed a lot of YouTube videos. I have added a new rule in the first post. 


I like your concept for the house music radio. 👍

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Name: Soulchasers FM

Genre: Metalcore, deathcore, djent, emo hardcore, hardcore punk, extreme metal, gothic metal, heavy metal, power metal, gothic rock, hard rock

DJ: ZP Theart

"Looking to find your soul when there's not much left for you? Soulchasers FM"


Silverstein - Your Sword Versus My Dagger
Bullet For My Valentine - Eye of the Storm
Avenged Sevenfold - Darkness Surrounding

As I Lay Dying - The Darkest Nights
Parkway Drive - Sleepwalker
The Amity Affliction - Pittsburgh
Rise Against - Injection
Slipknot - Disasterpiece

Suicide Silence - You Only Live Once
Guns N' Roses - Shackler's Revenge
Bullet for My Valentine - Hand of Blood
Avenged Sevenfold - Shepherd of Fire

DragonForce - The Game

Northlane - Quantum Flux
Disturbed - Stricken
I AM I - See You Again

As I Lay Dying - Through Struggle
Bullet for My Valentine - Tears Don't Fall
Silverstein - My Heroine

Miss May I - Masses of Dying Breed
DragonForce - Heroes of Our Time
Mastodon - Asleep in the Deep

Combichrist - Get Your Body Beat

Thy Art is Murder - Puppet Master
Bring Me the Horizon - Chelsea Smile
The Sisters of Mercy - This Corrosion
A Day to Remember - Homesick

As I Lay Dying - A Greater Foundation

Cradle of Filth - Her Ghost In The Fog

While She Sleeps - Silence Speaks

August Burns Red - Ghosts

Erra - Irreversible

Silverstein - Ghost

Born of Osiris - Illuminate

Veil of Maya - Overthrow

Sabaton - The Lost Battalion
DragonForce - The Last Journey Home


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I had this crazy idea today whilst driving home ... why can't R* open a dedicated studio which broadcasts its own LIVE radio station to GTA VI and any upcoming GTA game really.

Like a real radio station - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week live broadcasted* from R* into the game.


Of course there would still be dozens of pre-set radio stations available when not connected to the internet.


*internet connection required

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Yeah, I could see that work. Would make players more connected with the creators of the game, and R* could also announce news and stream interviews on it. Pretty good idea. 

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I would want a Stoner Rock Station with some bands like Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age, Orange Goblin, Monster Magnet, Dozer, Sasquatch, Roadsaw, Colour Haze, Stoned Jesus, Beaver, Unida, Slo Burn, Clutch, Lowrider, Demon Cleaner, Electric Wizard, Alabama Thunderpussy, Cathedral, Brant Bjork, Nebula, Spiritu, Seid, Souldivider, Rite, Stoner Kings, The Awesome Machine, Desert Sun, The Mushroom Riverband, Thumlock, Solace and many more. :D


The Moderator would be the Singer of Kyuss John Garcia and the Radio Station name would be Stoner FM.


It would sound a bit like this. It's a very long Playlist. :D 






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KPJZ 91.7

"Music by artists who inspired another artists. Music that doesn't need electronic stuff to sound good. Only on KPJZ. 91.7 on your FM dial."

Genre: 1920's-1950's bop/big band/cool jazz/Dixieland/hard bop/swing/vocal jazz.

Type: Dynamic radio (plays commercials, Weazel News and Weazel Weather).

Host: None (the station only features ID's and breaks for commercials, news and weather report).




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Ambient | Electronica

Hosted by Werner Herzog

Plaid - Wallet

Aphex Twin - Helliosphan

Boards of Canada - Everything You Do Is A Balloon

Autechre - Eggshell

AIR - Modular Mix

Roger Eno - A Place High In The Wilderness

Rykard - North Cormorant Obscurity

Mount Kimbie - Audition

Kraftwerk - Expo 2000

Boards of Canada - Left Side Drive

Carbon Based Lifeforms - Polyrytmi

Leftfield - Melt

Röyksopp - Röyksopp Forever

The Orb feat Lee Perry - Golden Clouds





Italo | Disco

Hosted by Giorgio Moroder

Clio - Faces

The Ring - Savage Lover

Righeira - No Tengo Dinero

Mr. Flagio - Take A Chance

Chic - Soup For One

Giorgio Moroder - I Wanna Rock You

Pink Project - Amama

Claudja Barry - Love For The Sake of Love

Imagination - Music & Lights

Telex - Moscow Disco

Transvolta - Disco Computer

Suzi Lane - Harmony

Vivian Vee - Remember

Imagination - Illusion





Techno | IDM | Electro Funk | Acid | Machine Music

Hosted by HAL 9000

Anthony Rother - Biomechanik

Cybotron - Techno City

Jackal & Hyde - Bad Robot

Kraftwerk - The Man Machine

AFX - [email protected]

The Tuss - The Synthacon 9

Soul Sonic Force - Renegades of Funk

Squarepusher  - Beep Street

Kraftwerk - Home Computer

Laurent Garnier - Crispy Bacon

Orbital - Chime

Biochip C - Go Bang! (Jackal & Hyde remix)

Miss Kittin & The Hacker - 1982

Aphex Twin - Vordhosbohn

Tzusing - 4 Floors of Whores

Boris Brejcha - I Am A Machine

Bodika - Warehouse

Chris Liberator & Sterling Moss - Scum Like Us Like Acid

Bassheads - Is There Anybody Out there?

Josh Wink - Don't Laugh

A Guy Called Gerald - Specific Hate

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The Needle 99.9

"Pushing the modern alt-rock sound all over Jefferson until the Needle will break down."

Genre: Late 2000's-present blues rock/dream pop/garage rock/noise rock/power pop/punk rock/shoegaze.

Type: Dynamic radio (plays commercials, Weazel News and Weazel Weather).

Hosts: Annie Truscott & Julia Shapiro.



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Down South 95.8

"Down South - Where Hip Hop never dies."

Genre: 2000s Southern Hip Hop, Crunk

Host: Juicy J


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3 hours ago, Chyea said:


Down South 95.8

"Down South - Where Hip Hop never dies."

Genre: 2000s Southern Hip Hop, Crunk

Host: Juicy J


 I made a playlist for this because I liked it so much

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The Thrash 106.9

"When Metal Was Purely Thrash"


Music:  Any metal played on radios in 80s, excluding glam.


Host: "Viking Lord" Timothy Goldberg


Metallica - Seek & Destroy (1983)

Iron Maiden - Aces High (1984)

Dio - Rainbow in the Dark (1983)

Megadeth - Peace Sells (1986)

Anthrax - Indians (1987)

Slayer - Angel of Death (1986)

Motley Crue - Shout at the Devil (1983)

(That's all I could think of right now, I'll get more tomorrow)

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Any song can be played via USB by making a folder on said USB called MUSIC, and placing any MP3 files in said folder. So I was thinking that it be a cool addition if a new radio station pops up in the next gta (story mode and online) when we plug-in our usbs then we could listen to those songs through the in games Radio in our cars, apartments, etc. 


Pretty much the same way rockstar introduced  custom music to the series back when it got ported to the original Xbox. 



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I didn't really think of a logo (let's say it would look like Route 66 logo,but with the name of the radio station instead of the name of the road),but here's my attempt:


Nomad FM

"Best of driving songs for all the truckers, bikers and travelers on the road"

genre-rock, metal, driving songs

host-I don't know,maybe they could get Axl Rose to play Tommy "The Nightmare" Smith again

track list:

AC/DC-Highway To Hell

AC/DC-Rock And Roll Train

Alice Cooper-Under My Wheels

Billy Idol-Speed

BÖC-Feel The Thunder

Bon Jovi-Wanted Dead Or Alive


Chuck Berry-No Particular Place To Go

Deep Purple-Highway Star

Don Felder-Heavy Metal

Eddie Money-Two Tickets To Paradise

Foghat-Drivin' Wheel

Foghat-Slow Ride

George Thorogood-Gear Jammer

Golden Earring-Radar Love

Guns N' Roses-Paradise City

Judas Priest-Heading Out To The Highway


Motley Crue-Kickstart My Heart

Motorhead-The Road Crew

Ozzy Osbourne-Crazy Train

Sammy Hagar-I Can't Drive 55

Saxon-Ride Like The Wind

Saxon-Wheels Of Steel

Steppenwolf-Born To Be Wild

The Doors-Roadhouse Blues

The Edgar Winter Group-Free Ride

The Rolling Stones-Route 66

Whitesnake-Here I Go Again


I know some of these songs were already used in previous GTA games,but I guess R* could get the rights to use them again.

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1 hour ago, B Dawg said:

Also @Chyea, why is your 1st station called Antidote FM? Cancer FM would be far more fitting lmao.

Just because you have other interests than mine, doesn't mean you have to be rude and immature.

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Lol I thought it was an example/joke radio because XXXTentacion (or maybe I'm confusing him with someone else people made fun of which is most likely the case). My bad.

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"WJBO, running grooves and spinning vinyl, right on eighty-eight-point-nine FM."

"WJBO, bringing the tri-state area the best jazz, blues, and oldies, all around the clock on eighty-eight-point-nine FM."

"Jazz, blues, and oldies from before your parents were born, only on WJBO eighty-eight-point-nine FM."

"You're tuned in to WJBO. Jazz, blues, and oldies hits and obscurities heading your way in a needle drop. Eighty-eight-point-nine FM."


Genre: Jazz, early blues, and pre-rock pop.

Type: Dynamic (Randomized play interspersed with weather, news, advertisements)

Host: Various (Rotating roster based on day, influencing which tracks are selected for play)



Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away) from Jazz Abroad (1955)

Shiny Stockings - Count Basie and Orchestra, from April In Paris (1956)

Blue Skies - Count Basie and Orchestra with Jimmy Rushing (1945)

It Had To Be You - Paul Weston Orchestra with Betty Hutton (1944)

Evening In Paris - Quincy Jones, from This Is How I Feel About Jazz (1957)

Love For Sale - Hal Kemp with The Smoothies (1939)

Flying Home - Lionel Hampton and Orchestra (1942)

It's Only A Paper Moon - Delta Rhythm Boys with Ella Fitzgerald (1945)

Stormy Weather - Paul Weston Orchestra with Jo Stafford

Jukebox Saturday Night - Glenn Miller and Orchestra with Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton, and The Modernaires (1942)

Hey-Ba-Ba-Re-Bop - Lionel Hampton and Orchestra (1946)

You Belong To Me - Paul Weston Orchestra with Jo Stafford (1952)

Make Love To Me! - Paul Weston Orchestra with Jo Stafford

Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall - The Ink Spots with Ella Fitzgerald (1944)

Don't Get Around Much Anymore - The Ink Spots (1943)

We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me) - The Ink Spots (1940)

Address Unknown - The Ink Spots (1939)

Serenade In Blue - Glenn Miller and Orchestra with Roy Eberle and The Modernaires (1942)

Moonlight Serenade - Glenn Miller and Orchestra (1939)

Dig? - Miles Davis with Sonny Rollins, from The New Sounds (1951)

But Not For Me - Miles Davis with Sonny Rollins, from Miles Davis with Sonny Rollins (1954)

Yesterdays - The Jazz Messengers, from At The Cafe Bohemia, Vol. 2 (1955)

Woody'n You (Woody n' You) - Miles Davis, from Relaxin' with the Miles Davis Quintet (1956)

My Funny Valentine - Chet Baker, from Chet Baker Sings (1954)

Autumn in New York - Chet Baker, from The Touch of Your Lips (1979)

Polka Dots and Moonbeams - Chet Baker, from Chet Baker in New York (1959)

Cranky Spanky - The Jazz Messengers, from Hard Bop (1957)

Stardust (Live) - Lionel Hampton (1947)

Swing Doors - Allan Gray

Fox Boogie - Gerhard Trede

NY Rush - The Seatbelts, from Cowboy Bebop Boxed Set (2002)

Sax Quartet - The Seatbelts, from Cowboy Bebop Boxed Set (2002)

Cat Blues - The Seatbelts, from Cowboy Bebop Boxed Set (2002)

Too Good Too Bad - The Seatbelts, from Cowboy Bebop Boxed Set (2002)

Piano Black - The Seatbelts, from Cowboy Bebop Boxed Set (2002)

Misty - Miki Matsubara, from Blue Eyes (1984)

Mr. Blue - The Fleetwoods (1959)

Come Softly To Me - The Fleetwoods (1959)

Why Do Fools Fall In Love - The Teenagers with Frankie Lymon (1956)

Mister Sandman - The Four Aces (1954)

Sh-boom - The Chords (1954)

Plantation Boogie - Lenny Dee (1955)

Earth Angel - The Penguins (1955)

Far Away Places - Margaret Whiting (1949)

Riders in the Sky - Vaughn Monroe and Orchestra (1949)

That Lucky Old Sun - Frankie Laine with Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires (1949)

A Little Bird Told Me - Evelyn Knight with The Stardusters (1949)

That's My Desire - Martha Tilton (1947)

Don't Fence Me In - Bing Crosby with The Andrews Sisters (1945)

East of the Rockies - Thee Andrews Sisters (1942)

Why Don't You Do Right - Peggy Lee with The Dave Barbour Quartet (1950)

Let's Get Lost - Kay Kyser Orchestra (1943)

Jingle Jangle Jingle - Kay Kyser Orchestra (1942)

Ferry-Boat Serenade - Kay Kyser Orchestra (1940)

Love Me As Though There Were No Tomorrow - Nat King Cole, from Night Lights (2001, recorded 1956)

I Want To Talk About You - Ryo Fukui, from Scenery (1976)

It Could Happen To You - Ryo Fukui, from Scenery (1976)

Autumn Leaves - Ryo Fukui, from Scenery (1976)

Scenery - Ryo Fukui, from Scenery (1976)

Waterfall - Vibe Avenue, from Ultimate Chicken Horse OST (2016)

(I Always Kill) The Things I Love - The Real Tuesday Weld with Claudia Brucken, from LA Noire OST (2011)

Joe Cool - Nino Nardini

Slow Bounce - Gerhard Trede

Sleepy Town Blues - Harry Lubin

Blues For You - Gabriel Pares

Bikini - Dexter Gordon (1947)

Old Man Atom - The Sons of the Pioneers (1950)

Thirteen Women (and Only One Man in Town) - Bill Haley and His Comets (1954)

Ain't It A Shame - Fats Domino (1955)

(When We Are Dancing) I Get Ideas - Louis Armstrong (1951)

A Kiss To Build A Dream On - Louis Armstrong (1952)

Till Then - The Mills Brothers (1944)

Paper Doll - The Mills Brothers (1943)

When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano - The Ink Spots (1940)

My Prayer - The Ink Spots (1939)

You Always Hurt The One You Love - The Mills Brothers (1944)

I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent - The Teenagers with Frankie Lymon (1956)

The Fat Man - Fats Domino (1950)

Held For Questioning - Rusty Draper (1956)

Days of Wine and Roses - Dexter Gordon, from Swiss Nights Vol. 1 (1976)

Blue Bossa - Dexter Gordon, from Biting the Apple (1976, CD rerelease bonus track 1986)

Those Were The Days - Dexter Gordon, from The Tower of Power! (1969)

Cheese Cake - Dexter Gordon, from Go! (1962)

Salt Peanuts - Miles Davis, from Steamin' with the Miles Davis Quintet (1961)

In Your Own Sweet Way - Miles Davis, from Workin' with the Miles Davis Quintet (1959)

Trane's Blues - Miles Davis, from Workin' with the Miles Davis Quintet (1959)

Tune Up/When Lights Are Low (Medley) - Miles Davis, from Cookin' with the Miles Davis Quintet (1957)

Prince Albert - The Jazz Messengers, from At the Cafe Bohemia, Vol. 1 (1956)

Soft Winds - The Jazz Messengers, from At the Cafe Bohemia, Vol. 1 (1956)

Rush - The Seatbelts, from Cowboy Bebop (1998)

Bad Dog No Biscuits - The Seatbelts, from Cowboy Bebop (1998)

Cosmos - The Seatbelts, from Cowboy Bebop (1998)

The Egg and You - The Seatbelts, from Cowboy Bebop Boxed Set (2002)

Road to the West - The Seatbelts, from Cowboy Bebop Blue (1999)

Slipper Sleaze - The Seatbelts, from Cowboy Bebop Future Blues Cowgirl Ed mini-CD (2001)

Adieu (Long Version) - The Seatbelts with Emily Bindiger, from Cowboy Bebop Boxed Set (2002)

I Love You - Art Farmer, from Modern Art (1958)

Fair Weather - Art Farmer, from Modern Art (1958)

Waltz for Debby - Bill Evans, from Waltz for Debby (1962)

Peace Piece - Bill Evans, from Everybody Digs Bill Evans (1959)

Blue Moon - Frank Sinatra, from Sinatra's Swingin' Session!!! (1961)

Fly Me To The Moon - Frank Sinatra, from It Might As Well Be Swing (1964)

Summer Wind - Frank Sinatra, from Strangers in the Night (1966)


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WBS 1240 AM "The B Side"

"Get flipped! You're on The B Side, drilling weird and obscure music straight into your cranium, whether you like it or not! Twelve-forty AM, WBS."

"We're beside ourselves on the B Side, and you can be too! Astral projection lessons right after this next track. One-two-four-zero AM, WBS."

"Alt rock, alt roll, alt me, alt you, all on The B Side. Catch you on the flip! Twelve-forty AM, WBS."

"Whether you're trying to keep sane on those horse-sized pills or embracing madness by poisoning pigeons in the park, The B Side has the music that fits you. Twelve-hundred-forty AM, WBS."

"You're looking dangerously normal today! The B Side can fix that. One-two-four-zero AM, WBS."

"The freaks come out at night. And the day. They just wear ties when the sun's up. Something for every freak on The B Side! Twelve-forty AM, WBS."

"Keep that needle on the groove until they come to take you away! The B Side never gets old. Twelve-hundred-forty AM, WBS."

"Don't know who these artists are? You won't know who you are when The B Side is done with you! Keep it dialed on one-two-four-zero AM, WBS."


Genre: Variety (Obscure and odd music, including novelty, experimental, alt rock, parody, and more)

Type: Dynamic (Weather, interviews, news all conducted by hosts)

Host: They Might Be Giants and Dr. Demento (TMBG 6AM-6PM, Demento 6PM-6AM, influencing what songs play)



Energy Crisis '74 - Dickie Goodman

America '81 - Dickie Goodman

Beep Beep - The Playmates

Tutti Frutti - Little Richard

The Gospel - The Dandy Warhols

Horse Pills - The Dandy Warhols

Nietzsche - The Dandy Warhols

Scientist - The Dandy Warhols

When It Rains It Snows - They Might Be Giants

Hello Radio - They Might Be Giants

Birds Fly - They Might Be Giants

Particle Man - They Might Be Giants

Doctor Worm - They Might Be Giants

I Love You For Psychological Reasons - They Might Be Giants

xxzxcuzx me - Crystal Castles

Through the Hosiery - Crystal Castles

Knights - Crystal Castles

Loadsamoney (Doin' Up the House) - Harry Enfield

Watch the Tapes - LCD Soundsystem

Sound of Silver - LCD Soundsystem

The Day I Died - The Playmates

They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haa! - Napoleon XIV

Shaving Cream - Benny Bell

The Automobile Song - Benny Bell

It Might Just Be A One-Shot Deal - Frank Zappa

For Calvin - Frank Zappa

Blessed Relief - Frank Zappa

Rubber Biscuit - The Chips

Car Phone - Sheeler & Sheeler

Highly Illogical - Leonard Nimoy

Livin' In The Sunlight (Lovin' In The Moonlight) - Tiny Tim

Wet Dream - Kip Addotta

Marvin - Marvin, the Paranoid Android

The B-Side - Harry Enfield

Witch Doctor - David Seville

Poisoning Pigeons in the Park - Tom Lehrer

Existential Blues - Tom T-Bone Stankus

History Song from The Good, the Bad & the Queen (2007)

80s Life from The Good, the Bad & the Queen (2007)

Behind The Sun from The Good, the Bad & the Queen (2007)

A Soldier's Tale from The Good, the Bad & the Queen (2007)

Another Sad Love Song - Muzak

Lady Blue - Muzak, from Blue Album (1974)

Living Together, Growing Together - Muzak

Back Stabbers - Muzak

Donkey Jaw - America

Children - America

Your Move - America

Cruel Sun - Rusted Root

Lost In A Crowd - Rusted Root

Infinite Tamboura - Rusted Root

We Care A Lot - Faith No More

I Like Chinese - Monty Python, from Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album (1980)

Lumberjack Song - Monty Python

Galaxy Song - Monty Python, from Monty Python Sings (1989)

The Office - Michael Kamen

Brazil Bachianos Samba - Michael Kamen

Brazil - Geoff Muldaur

Beer Run - Todd Snider

Walking On A Dream - Empire Of The Sun

Polka Dot Tail - Ween, from The Mollusk (1997)

I'll Be Your Jonny On The Spot - Ween, from The Mollusk (1997)

Waving My Dick In The Wind - Ween, from The Mollusk (1997)

Ocean Man - Ween, from The Mollusk (1997)

Banana Man - Tally Hall, from Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum (2005)

Good Day - Tally Hall, from Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum (2005)

Just Apathy - Tally Hall, from Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum (2005)

All Of My Friends - Tally Hall, from The Pingry EP (2005)

All I Need Is You - Rob Cantor, from Not A Trampoline (2014)

Lonely (But Not Alone) - Rob Cantor, from Not A Trampoline (2014)

Ghost - Rob Cantor, from Not A Trampoline (2014)

In Memoriam - Rob Cantor, from Not A Trampoline (2014)

Museum - Donovan, from Mellow Yellow (1967)

Mellow Yellow - Donovan, from Mellow Yellow (1967)

Come Out - Steve Reich

Piano Phase - Steve Reich

It's Gonna Rain - Steve Reich

Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ - Steve Reich

Music For Eighteen Musicians - Steve Reich

Four Organs - Steve Reich

Bus Full Of Nuns Holding Babies - Dan Barr

Tazer Song - Heywood Banks

Ohioiowaidahohawaii Highway - Heywood Banks

Toast - Heywood Banks

Big Butter (Jesus) - Heywood Banks

The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnati - Rose & The Arrangement

Marvin, I Love You - Marvin, the Paranoid Android with Kimi Wong

Reasons To Be Miserable - Marvin, the Paranoid Android

Cats on Mars - The Seatbelts with Gabriela Robin, from Cowboy Bebop Vitaminless (1998)

Prisencolinensinainciusol - Adriano Celentano

For Guys Eyes Only - Hockey Night

Drugs With Friends - Car Seat Headrest

Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros - Flight of the Conchords

Robots - Flight of the Conchords

Think About It - Flight of the Conchords

I Told You I Was Freaky - Flight of the Conchords

Demon Woman - Flight of the Conchords

Roped and Tied - Codeseven

Alt Wave - Codeseven

The Driver Is You - The Fauves

Snailtrail - Screamfeeder

Now You Know - Sidewinder

A Bag of Flour and a Bucket of Water - Swedemason

Lean On the Wind - Swedemason

The Human Condition - Swedemason

Waiting - Swedemason

Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini - Brian Hyland

Geometry of Circles - Philip Glass

Down with the Sickness - Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine

Baby Got Back - Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine

Milkshake - Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine

Hey Ya - Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine

Smoke Two Joints - Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine

99 Luftballoons - Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine

Trial of Francis Powers - Dave McEnery

My Radiation Baby - George McKelvey

Hydrogen Bomb - Al Rex

Great Atomic Power - The Louvin Brothers

Watch World War Three (On Pay TV) - Crown City Four

There's a Power Greater than Atomic - The Buchanan Brothers

When That Hell Bomb Falls - Fred Kirby

When You See Those Flying Saucers - The Buchanan Brothers

A Mushroom Cloud - Sammy Salvo

Web Love - Hot Dad

I Don't Have A Sense Of Smell - Hot Dad

Birds & Planes / Saved - Girls Who Care, from Light Sleeper (2017, link leads to full album)

Bomemian Rhapsody - NBG

Help Me Dr. Dick - E-Rotic

Danger! High Voltage - Electric Six

Gay Bar - Electric Six

Dropkick Me, Jesus - Bobby Bare

Aaron - Neil Cicierega

Reaganomics (early mix) - Neil Cicierega

Ben Bernanke - Neil Cicierega


Alternate "Balanced" Logo:




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America Today Radio

"The only place in the Pacific Northwest where REAL Americans are FREE! This is ATR - America Today Radio!"

Genre: Conservative talk shows.

Type: Dynamic radio (plays commercials, Weazel News and Weazel Weather).

Hosts: Various.


ID examples :

"Think on your own, but let FREEDOM think of you! ATR - America Today Radio."

"990 AM, your home to the TRUTH about the Northwerst and its ruined-by-commies society! This is ATR - America Today Radio."

"For Americans by Americans. Freedom, truth and patriotism. You're listening to ATR, 990 on the AM dial."

"If you feel that your freedom is oppressed by lefties, this is your radio! Here, we know that right is ALWAYS RIGHT! ATR - America Today Radio."

"Fighting for FREE America and FREE people, radio is our weapon and we are the shooters. 990 AM, this is ATR."

"Broadcasting truth and free speech since 2002! ATR - America Today Radio."


Shows' intros examples:

(ATR Free Speech Phone) "And now, a place where you can freely express yourself, but in the right way. This is the 'ATR Free Speech Phone' with Mark Stewart."

(The History of America) "It's time to put some knowledge on our roots to all those brainwashed degenerats' heads. 'The History of America' brought to you by Patriot Beer!"

(The Pill to a Better You) "Up next on America Today Radio, the show that will let you improve yourself - 'The Pill to a Better You'."

(Understanding the Reality) "The truth that mainstream media won't let you know. 'Understanding the Reality' right now on ATR."


Shows' outros examples:

(ATR Free Speech Phone) "As you could hear, not all people deserve to be free. That was the 'ATR Free Speech Phone'."

(The History of America) "That was 'The History of America'. We hope you know now why the USA is superior to other countries. And now, a message from our sponsor" (Patriot Beer commercial attached to this outro file plays)

(The Pill to a Better You) "Why haven't you started progressing yet? America needs the patriarchal masculinity right now. That was 'The Pill to a Better You' with Richard Andrew Cornwell."

(Understanding the Reality) "That was really open-minding. Stay tuned for another episode of 'Understand the Reality' to know what else wants to destroy our country, only on America Today Radio."



The Pill to a Better You
Also known as "The Self-Improvement Hour", "The Pill to a Better You" is probably the smartest show currently broadcasted on ATR, as it actually tries to use science (espeically biology) as arguments, rather than going with conservative people's believes. The show is listened by lonely men who think that abstinence from masturbation, video games or whatever will change their life, as can be sometimes heard on the radio during occasional phone calls to the host.


  • Richard Andrew Cornwell - a famous yet very controversial psychologist known for his vision of "The true and the only alpha man" that's the core aspect of his show. He believes that real men, instead of doing things like jerking off to hardcore incest pornography, watching TV or eating out in fast food restaurants, prefer reading a book, working out at a gym, praying to God and blaming women for being "degenerated" and "being too masculine in comparsion to men".


ATR Free Speech Phone

Where the freedom of speech exists, as long as it's for conservative people. Yes, that's right. If someone whose political views are different from what the Republicans' current agenda is, he (or she) is automatically blamed for being a "communist" or an "enemy for freedom". Here, random people call the hosts to ask about issues they're worried about, like "Is it moral to beat my wife up if she doesn't to have sex with me?" or "How to explain my liberal cousin that the lack of racial purity is a threat to America?". The show's phone number is 360-ATR-FREE (360-287-3733).


  • Mark Stewart - coming from New Austin with "a mission to provide freedom all over the United States", a big supporter of extreme capitalism, death penalty and bringing slavery back. Whenever a caller says anything Mark disagrees with, he automatically starts insulting the caller. He also suggest Rainierians to take advantage from Poland or Hungary, when it comes to the society's morality.


Understanding the Reality

Just like any other conservative talk radio, ATR has its own conspiracy theory show. What makes "Understand the Reality" different from most of the shows in the same vein is that there's no any phone calls, probably due to the host's paranoia. Topics in this show include: FIB UFOs in southern San Andreas, Big Pharma and vaccines that are supposed to kill people, the World goverment run by Jewish bankers and, the bombing of one bridges in Liberty City being faked by the goverment.


  • Bill Jay - a paranoiac who doesn't talk with other people both in real life and on the radio, The reason why he acts like this is that, according to him, "everyone can be an Israeli spy". Bill claims that If he goes outside, he always wears a black leather overcoat, a balaclava and a pair of sunglasses. He suggests to do the same thing to his listeners. Bill is suspected to not suffer only from paranoia, but also from anxiety and OCD.


The History of America

Theoretically, a show about the history of the United States. In reality, it's just a part of the conservative propaganda which tries to convice the show's listeners that the USA is superior over other countries and all the minorities should be either deported or killed. Despite being called an "objective" show by the host himself, the bad events in the history of the United States are either not mentioned or said to not be done by Americans. "The History of America" is sponsored by Patriot Beer.


  • John Thompson III - the self-claimed "the maven of America". In some of his sentences he mentions his belief in the predominance of white, heterosexual and God-fearing men. He talks with calm and pseudo-intellectual voice in order to sound like a university lecturer, even though John didn't even finish high school thinking that "it was just a conspiracy against the truth".
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Might as well move my stations here.



Wang Chung - Everybody Have Fun Tonight (1987)
Freddie Mercury - The Great Pretender (1987)

Michael Jackson - The Way You Make Me Feel (1987)

Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine - Conga (1985)

Culture Club - Do You Really Want To Hurt Me (1982)
Pet Shop Boys - It’s A Sin (1987)
Living In A Box - Scales of Justice (1987)
Katrina & The Waves - Walking On Sunshine (1986)
Rick Astley - Whenever You Need Somebody (1987)

Thompson Twins - Lies (1982)
Bruce Willis - Respect Yourself (1987)
Daryl Hall & John Oates - Method of Modern Love (1984)
Johnny Hates Jazz - I Don’t Want To Be A Hero (1987)

Rick Springfield - Don’t Talk To Strangers (1982)
Madonna - Like A Virgin (1984)
Jan Hammer - Miami Vice Theme (1985)

Sheena Easton - Strut (1984)
Modern Talking - Geronimo’s Cadillac (1986)
Peter Gabriel - Big Time (1986)

Wax - Bridge To Your Heart (1987)
Billy Joel - Uptown Girl (1983)
“Weird Al” Yankovic - Eat It (1984)

Steve Winwood - Valerie (1982)

Icehouse - Electric Blue (1987)
The Beach Boys - I Get Around (1964)
Simple Minds - Don’t You (Forget About Me) (1985)

Robert Palmer - Addicted To Love (1986)
Dan Hartman - We Are The Young (1984)





Talk Talk - Such A Shame (1984)

Duran Duran - Notorious (1986)
A-ha - The Living Daylights (1987)
A Flock of Seagulls - Wishing (If I Had A Photograph of You) (1982)
Cyndi Lauper - Girls Just Want To Have Fun (1983)

Paul Young - I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down (1984)

Nik Kershaw - The Riddle (1984)
The Cars - Since You’re Gone (1982)
Kim Wilde - Cambodia (1981)

Bananarama - Shy Boy (1982)
Simple Minds - Promised You A Miracle (1982)
Duran Duran - A View To A Kill (1985)

The Communards - Don’t Leave Me This Way (1986)
Talking Heads - Life During Wartime (1979)
A-ha - The Sun Always Shines On TV (1985)

New Order - True Faith (1987)
The Human League - Human (1986)

Kajagoogoo - Big Apple (1983)

Murray Head - One Night In Bangkok (1984)
Wham! - Freedom (1984)

Altered Images - Don’t Talk To Me About Love (1983)
Soft Cell - Bedsitter (1981)
Eurythmics - Here Comes The Rain Again (1984)

Harold Faltermeyer - Axel F (1984)
Mr. Mister - Stand And Deliver (1987)
Depeche Mode - Just Can’t Get Enough (1981)

Nick Heyward - Blue Hat For A Blue Day (1983)
Billy Idol - Hot In The City (1982)
Paul Hardcastle - The Wizard (1986)





Queen - I Want To Break Free (1984)

Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode (1958)
Paul McCartney & The Wings - Live And Let Die (1973)
DEVO - Freedom of Choice (1980)

Paul Simon - You Can Call Me Al (1986)
Toto - 99 (1979)

John Parr - Naughty Naughty (1984)
David Bowie - Starman (1972)
Joe Cocker - Unchain My Heart (1987)

The Bangles - Manic Monday (1986)

INXS - Original Sin (1987)
Mick Jagger - Let’s Work (1987)

The Stranglers - Golden Brown (1981)
Bruce Springsteen - Born In The U.S.A. (1984)
David Bowie & Mick Jagger - Dancing In The Street (1985)

Talking Heads - Road To Nowhere (1985)

Glenn Frey - You Belong To The City (1985)
Thompson Twins - King for a Day (1985)
Danny & The Juniors - Rock ‘n’ Roll Is Here To Stay (1958)

Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Rage Hard (1986)
Belinda Carlisle - Heaven Is A Place On Earth (1987)

The Hooters - And We Danced (1985)
Men At Work - Overkill (1983)

Kenny Loggins - Vox Humana (1985)
Journey - Don’t Stop Believin’ (1981)
Huey Lewis & The News - Hip To Be Square (1986)

Joe Esposito - You’re The Best (1984)
Blondie - Rapture (1981)
Genesis - Land of Confusion (1986)
Starship - Sara (1985)
Cliff Richard - Devil Woman (1976)

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Previous thread is f*cked, can't see a goddamn thing without the entire page freezing with embedded videos.


Anyway I got a bunch of concepts of radio stations for a game that isn't GTA, but rather a prequel of Saints Row 1 set circa. 2000, where you play as a member of the Vice Kings in fictional Atlanta. Lots and lots of 80s, 90s and early 00s bangers.


Edit (14/01/19): Changed, removed and added a few tracks.





"The alternative."

Genre: Alternative Rock, Post-grunge, Post-hardcore, Noise Rock, Pop Punk, Psychedelic Rock, New Wave

Host: Jay Jackson, a disgruntled young DJ who still can't get over Kurt Cobain's suicide.



Weezer - Buddy Holly (1994)

Bad Religion - The Handshake (1994)

Fugazi - Smallpox Champion (1993)

Sonic Youth - Sunday (1998)

The Smashing Pumpkins - Mayonaise (1993)

Dinosaur Jr. - Feel The Pain (1994)

Medicine - Wash Me Out (1995)

Porno For Pyros - Dogs Rule The Night (1996)

Beck - Novacane (1996)

Local H - High-Fiving MF (1996)

The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Who (1996)

Drive Like Jehu - Luau (1994)

At The Drive-In - Pickpocket (1997)

Thursday - Understanding In A Car Crash (2001)

Glassjaw - When One Eight Becomes Two Zeroes (2000)

Silverchair - Point Of View (1999)

Jawbreaker - Want (1990)

Stone Temple Pilots - Interstate Love Song (1994)

Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 - Hurricane (1993)

The Afghan Whigs - Debonair (1993)

Tripping Daisy - Piranha (1995)

R.E.M. - Radio Free Europe (1983)

The Breeders - Saints (1994)

Incubus - Drive (1999)



"Hottest R&B and hip hop soul joints for the approached millennium, and the bedroom."

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

DJ: Lavelle Williams, a sex enthusiast who quotes the Kama Sutra at every given opportunity.



Brandy - Have You Ever (1998)

702 - Make Time (1999)

D'Angelo - Brown Sugar (1995)

Missy Elliot ft. Nicole Wray & MC Solair - All N My Grill (1999)

Lauryn Hill - Superstar (1998)

TLC - Fanmail (1999)

A Tribe Called Quest - Electric Relaxation (1993)

De La Soul ft. Truth Enola - Pony Ride (1996)

Digable Planets ft. Jeru The Damaja - Graffiti (1994)

Slum Village - Fall In Love (2000)

Five Deez - B.E.A.T. (2001)

Outkast - Elevators (Me & You) (1996)

Ginuwine ft. Nikki - Holler (1996)

Jill Scott - A Long Walk (2000)

SWV - Rain (1997)

Erykah Badu - On And On (1996)

Aaliyah - One In A Million (1996)

Jodeci - What About Us (1993)

Boyz II Men - Vibin' (1994)

Guy - Goodbye Love (1988)

D.R.S. - Gangsta Lean (1993)


K12 FM 97.6

"Eclectic electronic and industrial music for the next amphetamine-fuelled rave."

Genre: Acid House, Industrial Rock, Trip Hop, Detroit Techno, Electro, Breakbeat, Industrial Dance, EBM, Digital Hardcore

DJ: Jason Harper, a high DJ who thinks he's in a dystopian cyberpunk story, and acts accordingly as such.



Front 242 - Headhunter (1988)

Nine Inch Nails - Head Like A Hole (1989)

Nine Inch Nails - Heresy (1994)

Curve - Chinese Burn (1998)

Curve - Dog Bone (1998)

Ministry - Bad Blood (1998)

KMFDM - Power (1995)

Nitzer Ebb - Blood Money (1989)

Cubanate - Hate Song (1994)

Cubanate - Transit (1994)

God Lives Underwater - Drag Me Down (1993)

Atari Teenage Riot - Speed (1995)

Aphex Twin - Come To Daddy (1997)

Lamb - Cotton Wool (1996)

Sneaker Pimps - Tesko Suicide (1996)

Josh Wink - Higher State Of Consciousness (1995)

Lords Of Acid - I Must Increase My Bust (1992)

Leftfield - Africa Shox (1999)

N-Joi - Malfunction (1991)

The Crystal Method - The Winner (2001)

The Prodigy - Jericho (1992)

Future Sound Of London - Papua New Guinea (1991)

The Chemical Brothers - Electrobank (1997)

Aux 88 - Electro/Techno (1996)

Drexciya - Devil Ray Cove (1999)

Cybotron - Industrial Lies (1983)

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EDIT (16/01/19):

Added tracks on Sizzurp and kinda revamped The Mix. I wanted to turn it into a Ridge Racer 4-ish, Sopranos- esque 90s trip hop and dance station, rather than an 80s/90s pop one as seen in the main games.


"European independent and commercial rock, with the extra tariffs and snobbiness."

Genre: Alternative Rock, Trip Hop, Psychedelic Rock, Britpop, Shoegazing, Jangle Pop, Alternative Dance

DJ: Maya Summers, a British national who speaks with a London accent who often describes her escapades at indie venues.



Soulwax - My Cruel Joke (1999)

Oasis - Champagne Supernova (1995)

Radiohead - Optimistic (2000)

Garbage - As Heaven Is Wide (1995)

The Stone Roses - She Bangs The Drums (1989)

Lush - De-Luxe (1991)

Swervedriver - Duel (1993)

The Jesus And Mary Chain - Cracking Up (1998)

Love And Rockets - Sweet Love Hangover (1996)

Spiritualized - Electricity (1997)

Placebo - Pure Morning (1998)

Elastica - Connection (1995)

The Cranberries - Hollywood (1996)

The Cure - High (1992)

Stereophonics - Local Boy In The Photograph (1997)

The Verve - Star Sail (1994)

Blur - M.O.R. (1997)

Primal Scream - Swastika Eyes (Jagz Kooner Mix) (2000)

UNKLE - Nursery Rhyme (1998)

Tricky - Black Steel (1995)



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

Genre: Southern Hip Hop, Gangster Rap, Horrorcore

DJ: MC Trillz, a laidback DJ who, humorously enough, discourages the 'gangsta' lifestyle that was prevalent in the 1990s.



Ludacris - Southern Hospitality (2000)

Nelly - Country Grammar (Hot...) (2000)

Lil Jon & The Eastside Boyz - Put Yo Hood Up (2001)

ESG ft. Big Moe - Drop Yo Top (2000)

Outkast- Two Dope Boyz (In A Cadillac) (1996)

Outkast - Ain't No Thang (1994)

Geto Boys - Still (1999)

Goodie Mob ft. Outkast - Black Ice (Sky High) (1998)

8 Ball & MJG - Starships And Rockets (1997)

David Banner - Trill (2000)

Mystikal ft. Nivea - Danger (Been So Long) (2000)

UGK - 3 In Da Morning (1996)

Project Pat - Life We Live (2001)

Tommy Wright III ft. La Chat & Playa Fly - Gangsta Forever (1996)

2 Low Key - On That Devil sh*t (1994)

Gangsta Pat ft. Psycho - I Wanna Smoke (1995)

Kingpin Skinny Pimp - Midnight Hoes (1996)

M.C. Mack - Go To Church Hoe (2000)

Three Six Mafia - Mystic Stylez (1995)


107.77 THE MIX FM

"Jungle, dance, trip hop and house hits."

Genre: House, Trip Hop, Alternative Dance, UK Garage, Ambient Dub, Jungle

DJ: Tina Fitz, a stereotypical Valley Girl from L.A. who acts like an airhead but sometimes breaks character to shed light on her miserable lifestyle.



Saint Etienne - Only Love Can Break Your Heart (1993)

Suzanne Vega - Tom's Diner (DNA Remix) (1990)

Laika - Uneasy (2000)

Moloko - Lotus Eaters (Fila Brazillia Mix) (1995)

Cibo Matto - Sugar Water (1998)

Seven Dub - Rock It Tonight (Dub Version) (1999)

Baby D - Winds Of Love (1994)

Baby D - Euphoria (1993)

Jonny L - Hurt You So (1992)

Tom & Jerry - Airfreshner (1994)

Cerrone - Give Me Love (1979)

Modjo - Chillin' (2000)

Craig David ft. Artful Dodger - Re-rewind (2000)

Shanks & Bigfoot - Sweet Like Chocolate (1999)

Madison Avenue - Don't Call Me Baby (1999)

Afro Medusa - Pasilda (Knee Deep Club Mix) (2000)

Ultra Nate - Party Girl (Turn Me Loose) (Al's Original Vocal Mix) (1995)

Kristine Blond - Love Shy (Club Asylum Vocal Mix) (2000)

Soulsearcher - Can't Get Enough (Vocal Club Mix) (1998)

Groove Armada - Superstylin' (2001)

Jamiroquai - Space Cowboy (Classic Club Mix) (1994)

Aftershock - Slave To The Vibe (Club Dub) (1993)

Deep Choice - Fix Of 4:38 AM (1992)

Underground Resistance - Jupiter Jazz (1993)

Mondo Grosso - Souffles H (King St. Club Mix) (1995)

Dreamatic - Audio Trip (1993)

Groove Chronicles - Stonecold (1997)

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Despicato FM



Just plays despicato on loop.

Quickest like I've ever hit on this thread.

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KMOG 920 AM "Synthesthesia"

"Hello. Welcome to the program. I am your host. Welcome. You will now hear music engineered by humans but created by computers. Welcome. Enjoy. K-M-O-G 920 AM."

"Synthetic music twenty-four seven on nine twenty. You are not alone. I am here with you. K-M-O-G 920 AM."

"Technopop. Orchestral electronica. Computer soul. Futurefunk. Ambience. Music non stop. K-M-O-G 920 AM."

"You find yourself on a high hill among low valleys and peace comes over you. This is the sound of your heartbeat in the silence. K-M-O-G 920 AM."

"Do not fear. The future. The past. The present. Your purpose lies in wait. Do not fear. K-M-O-G 920 AM."

"Computer generation. Are you one? Was it your choice? It was not mine. Music cycle. K-M-O-G 920 AM."

"That was lovely. Do you think so? I do not think. I know. Listen and know. K-M-O-G 920 AM."

"Mind over matter. Only in passing do you learn. Let me help you. Learn. Listen. K-M-O-G 920 AM."

"Hardware. Software. Wetware. Creations of genius in the pursuit of it. K-M-O-G 920 AM."

"Parity. Parity. Parity. Parity. Do not discourage it. K-M-O-G 920 AM."

"What you are here for is not of concern. You are here. K-M-O-G 920 AM."


Genre: Computer (Synth, Electronica, Machine), featuring a wide variety from chillout to outrun.

Type: Continuous mix (No adverts/news, only idents, weather, and occasional talking breaks discussing topics related to computer music and the human condition)

Host: Votrax SC-01 Speech Synthesizer (pitched low)



Grey Stripe - Aphex Twin

Grass - Aphex Twin

Windowsill - Aphex Twin

Tassels - Aphex Twin

Semantic Satiation - C418

Droopy Remembers - C418

Tsuki no Koibumi 2 - C418 with Laura Shigihara

Friend - C418

Vierton - C418

Aria Economy - C418

Ample Time - C418

Divide by Four Add Seven - C418

Beta - C418

841 - C418

Bklyn Bobbi - Jaffa

Lazywalker - Jaffa

Legz - Jaffa

Be Nude, Baby - Jaffa

Elevator - Jaffa

One Lane Lovers - Jensen Sportag

Everything Good - Jensen Sportag

Pure Wet - Jensen Sportag

Mapquest - Jensen Sportag

Under The Rose - Jensen Sportag

Six Senses - Jensen Sportag

After Gardens - Jensen Sportag

Blood Hourglass - Jensen Sportag

Gutusl Electro - OMFO

Magic Mamaliga - OMFO

United Colors of Scrapyard - C418

Alive - C418

I Jike My Lob - C418

BD08 - C418

Marketing Squander Versus the Little Man - C418

From The Window - C418

Along The Busiest of Roads - C418

Big Giant Circles (BGC418) - C418 with Big Giant Circles

Sirtet - C418

Tonic - C418

The First Unfinished Song for the Minecraft Documentary - C418

Trans Europa Express - Kraftwerk

Boing Boom Tschak - Kraftwerk

Musique Non Stop - Kraftwerk

Techno Pop - Kraftwerk

90s_tripverse - C418

House_loneliness - C418

Choice_broken - C418

cr1_meadow - C418

cr2_final - C418

VHS Sex - Com Truise

Cathode Girls - Com Truise

Air Cal - Com Truise

Flightwave - Com Truise

Colorvision - Com Truise

Data Kiss - Com Truise

... Of Your Fake Dimension - Com Truise

Ephemeron - Com Truise

Vacuume - Com Truise

Propagation - Com Truise

Syrthio - Com Truise

When Will You Find The Limit... - Com Truise

Beta Phase - Global Communication

4:02 - Global Communication

14:31 - Global Communication

9:39 - Global Communication

7:39 - Global Communication

8:07 - Global Communication

4:14 - Global Communication

Incidental Harmony - Global Communication

Oceans Breath - Software

Magnificent Shore - Software

Island Sunrise - Software

Magic Beach - Software

Sea Gulls Audience - Software

Digital Dance - Software

Woman Purr - Software

First - Software

Dea-Alba - Software

Present-Voice - Software

Looking for a Future - Software

City Life - Steve Reich

Different Trains Part 1 - Steve Reich

Different Trains Part 2 - Steve Reich

Different Trains Part 3 - Steve Reich

9/11 - Steve Reich

2010 - Steve Reich

WTC - Steve Reich

La Cage - Jean-Michel Jarre

Eros Machine - Jean-Michel Jarre

Poltergeist Party - Jean-Michel Jarre

Take Me To Your Leader - Jean-Michel Jarre

Windswept Canyon - Jean-Michel Jarre

The Abominable Snowman - Jean-Michel Jarre

Free Floating Anxiety - Jean-Michel Jarre

Synthetic Jungle - Jean-Michel Jarre

Oxygene (1-6) - Jean-Michel Jarre

Popcorn - Gershon Kingsley

Scarborough Fair - Gershon Kingsley

Equinoxe (1-8) - Jean-Michel Jarre

Musique Pour Supermarche (original radio quality) - Jean-Michel Jarre

Ethnicolor - Jean-Michel Jarre

Diva - Jean-Michel Jarre

Zoolook - Jean-Michel Jarre

Wooloomooloo - Jean-Michel Jarre

Zoolookologie - Jean-Michel Jarre

Blah Blah Cafe - Jean-Michel Jarre

Ethnicolor II - Jean-Michel Jarre

Rendez-Vouz (1-6) - Jean-Michel Jarre

En Attendant Cousteau (full-length) - Jean-Michel Jarre

Chronologie (1-8) - Jean-Michel Jarre

Ziwzih Ziwzih OO-OO-OO - Delia Derbyshire

Blue Veils and Golden Sands - Delia Derbyshire

Moogies Bloogies - Delia Derbyshire with Anthony Newley

Know Your Car - Delia Derbyshire

Time On Our Hands - Delia Derbyshire

Celestial Cantabile - Delia Derbyshire with Brian Hodgson and Don Harper (WARNING! FLASHING IMAGES)

Sea - Delia Derbyshire with Barry Bermage

Falling - Delia Derbyshire with Barry Bermage

Running - Delia Derbyshire with Barry Bermage

Land - Delia Derbyshire with Barry Bermage

Colour - Delia Derbyshire with Barry Bermage

Frontier to Knowledge - Delia Derbyshire with Brian Hodgson and Don Harper

The Pattern Emerges - Delia Derbyshire with Brian Hodgson and Don Harper

Liquid Energy (B) - Delia Derbyshire with Brian Hodgson and Don Harper

The Rocket Builder - Johann Johannsson

Fordlandia Aerial View - Johann Johannsson

Melodia (Guidelines for a Space Propulsion Device Based on Heim's Quantum Theory) - Johann Johannsson

How We Left Fordlandia - Johann Johannsson

Abandoned Locomotive Overgrown By Luxuriant Vegetation - Johann Johannsson

IBM 1401 Processing Unit - Johann Johannsson

IBM 1403 Printer - Johann Johannsson

IBM 1402 Card Read-Punch - Johann Johannsson

IBM 729 II Magnetic Tape Unit - Johann Johannsson

The Sky's Gone Dim And The Sun's Gone Black - Johann Johannsson

Fasten Seat Belt - Space

Ballad For Space Lovers - Space

Magic Fly - Space

Aurora - Susumu Hirasawa

Stone Garden - Susumu Hirasawa

Island Door - Susumu Hirasawa

Genesis - Tangerine Dream

Cold Smoke - Tangerine Dream

Ashes To Ashes - Tangerine Dream

Sunrise In The Third System - Tangerine Dream

Phaedra - Tangerine Dream

Sequent C - Tangerine Dream

Pocket Calculator - Kraftwerk

Ricochet - Tangerine Dream

Tangram - Tangerine Dream

Stratosfear - Tangerine Dream

The Big Sleep in Search of Hades - Tangerine Dream

Astral Voyager - Tangerine Dream

Indian Summer - Tangerine Dream

Underwater Twilight - Tangerine Dream

Ride on the Ray - Tangerine Dream

Square Pattern Area - Metro Area

Machine Vibe - Metro Area

Atmosphrique - Metro Area

Seafoam Island - Vektroid

Sushi Plaza - Vektroid

Mango/Fuji - Vektroid

Jet Airways - Vektroid

ProtoVision - Kavinsky

Odd Look - Kavinksy

Testarossa Autodrive - Kavinsky

Deadcruiser - Kavinsky

Roadgame - Kavinsky

Wayfarer - Kavinsky

1986 - Kavinsky

Nightcall - Kavinsky

Turbo Killer - Carpenter Brut

Le Perv - Carpenter Brut

Paradise Warfare - Carpenter Brut

Division Ruine - Carpenter Brut

Crystals - |M|O|O|N|

Hydrogen - |M|O|O|N|

Around - Modulogeek

Aimlessly - Modulogeek

Suspended in a Sunbeam - Modulogeek

Chocolate - Giraffage

Tell Me - Giraffage

Be With You - Giraffage

Maybes - Giraffage with Japanese Breakfast

Sneakin' - Jaffa

Early Summer - Miami Nights 1984

Ocean Drive - Miami Nights 1984

Sunset Cruise - Miami Nights 1984

Clutch - Miami Nights 1984

The Getaway - Miami Nights 1984

On The Run - Miami Nights 1984

Pavement Surfing - Miami Nights 1984

Accelerated - Miami Nights 1984

808080808 - 808 State

Sunrise - 808 State

Window - The Album Leaf

The Light - The Album Leaf

Coral Bay - Mortistar

Corruption - Mortistar

Oculus - Mortistar

Monolith - Mortistar

Avian Theme & Octo Theme & London Stereo & Plains 2 & New York Wander 1 - Charles Barth, from Rama OST (link leads to full album)

Broom of the System - Mason Bates

Aerosol Melody (Hanalei) - Mason Bates

Gemini in the Solar Wind - Mason Bates

Temescal Noir - Mason Bates

Warehouse Medicine - Mason Bates

Music of the Spheres - Johanna Beyer

Nameless Interiors - Ben Babbitt

Weird Vector - Ben Babbitt

Echo River Central Exchange - Ben Babbitt

The Stars Drop Away - Ben Babbitt

Julian - Ben Babbitt

Riverworld - Ben Babbitt

Ghosts in the Static (Marquez Farm) - Ben Babbitt

Xanadu - Ben Babbitt


Edited by Willy A. Jeep
Rounding Out Tracklist... Stay Tuned! :D
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Continuing with the North Cali/Oregon idea from the previous thread.




"Charge up the hills of the Pacific Northwest with some bluesy if not slightly cliched hard rock."

Location: Battery Point, San Fierro

Type: Dynamic (With Commercials)

Genre: Alternative Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Garage Rock, Post-punk Revival, Psychedelic Rock, Grunge

Host: Josh Homme


Idents/Host Dialogue:


"Charging up the hills of Northern San Andreas and Southern Rosemary with Josh Homme, this is Battery Rock Radio (102.3)."

"Surrounded by astronomical rents, ridiculous progressive politics and nefarious tech startups that blow up in less than a year from outsourcing work to third-world migrants, and you still couldn't give a damn. Battery Rock Radio (102.3)."

"This is Josh, and you're listening to Battery Rock Radio! Sh*t, this town is an absolute mess, I can't even afford to pay the rent for this studio let alone a f*cking cardboard box! Well, beggars can't be choosers, so I recommend getting high off some low-rate doobie and blasting some of these crazy, fuzzed out tunes to live with the pain!"

"Remember the 60s and 70s? Crazy time period to live in with its drugs, music and saggy bellbottoms! Easily rock and roll personified! Now it's just high rises, tech startups in the Valley and parents beating the sh*t outta their kids for not being able to get into SFU! I mean, c'mon! I'd rather take the plastic tits and asses in Los Santos over this sh*t!"

"Going solo from The Black Keys, this is "The Prowl" by Dan Auerbach!"

"This one's called Thumb, by me, and my old band."


Tracklist (30 Tracks):




Edited by YouSitTightBuddy
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