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15th Sep '16 12:58:14 AM IvanovTroping97
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!!!''Grand Theft Auto: London 1969/1961 (the first in the series to have licensed music''

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!!!''Grand Theft Auto: London 1969/1961 (the first in the series to have licensed music''music)''
29th Aug '16 6:02:42 AM GiantJumboJellyfish
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'''K-Jah''' -- Reggae [[note]]All tracks from the compilation ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watch_How_the_People_Dancing:_Unity_Sounds_from_the_London_Dancehall_1986%E2%80%931989 Watch How the People Dancing: Unity Sounds from the London Dancehall 1986-1989[[/note]]''\\

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'''K-Jah''' -- Reggae [[note]]All tracks from the compilation ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watch_How_the_People_Dancing:_Unity_Sounds_from_the_London_Dancehall_1986%E2%80%931989 Watch How the People Dancing: Unity Sounds from the London Dancehall 1986-1989[[/note]]''\\1986-1989]][[/note]]''\\
29th Aug '16 6:02:06 AM GiantJumboJellyfish
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!!!''Grand Theft Auto: London 1969/1961''

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!!!''Grand Theft Auto: London 1969/1961''1969/1961 (the first in the series to have licensed music''



'''K-Jah''' -- Dub reggae[[note]]All tracks from the album Scientist Rids The World of The Evil Curse of The Zombies[[/note]]\\

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'''K-Jah''' -- Dub reggae[[note]]All tracks from the album ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientist_Rids_the_World_of_the_Evil_Curse_of_the_Vampires Scientist Rids The World of The Evil Curse of The Zombies[[/note]]\\Zombies]]''[[/note]]\\



'''K-Jah''' -- Reggae\\

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'''K-Jah''' -- Reggae\\Reggae [[note]]All tracks from the compilation ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watch_How_the_People_Dancing:_Unity_Sounds_from_the_London_Dancehall_1986%E2%80%931989 Watch How the People Dancing: Unity Sounds from the London Dancehall 1986-1989[[/note]]''\\
2nd Aug '16 9:44:42 PM IvanovTroping97
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'''''Princess Robot Bubblegum''''' -- Parody of {{seinen}} {{anime}} (''EFLC''-exclusive)

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'''''Princess Robot Bubblegum''''' -- Parody of {{seinen}} {{anime}} (''EFLC''-exclusive)
(''EFLC''-exclusive)\\
'''''The Serrated Edge''''' -- QVC-esque {{infomercial}} show selling knives.



'''''The Serrated Edge''''' -- QVC-esque {{infomercial}} show selling knives\\
2nd Aug '16 11:25:02 AM IvanovTroping97
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'''''The Men's Room''''' -- Low-brow men's chat show, based on ''Series/TheManShow''\\



->'''''Republican Space Rangers''''' -- Saturday morning cartoon, parody of TheWarOnTerror (with ''EFLC''-exclusive episodes)\\

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->'''''Republican ->'''''The Men's Room''''' -- Low-brow men's chat show, based on ''Series/TheManShow''\\
'''''Republican
Space Rangers''''' -- Saturday morning cartoon, parody of TheWarOnTerror (with ''EFLC''-exclusive episodes)\\
31st Jul '16 7:15:19 PM Kadorhal
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'''Flashback 95.6''' -- 1980s Pop [[note]]All tracks from the {{Film/Scarface1983}} soundtrack)[[/note]]\\

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'''Flashback 95.6''' -- 1980s Pop [[note]]All tracks from the {{Film/Scarface1983}} soundtrack)[[/note]]\\{{Film/Scarface|1983}} soundtrack[[/note]]\\



'''V-Rock''' -- Hard rock and heavy metal(hosted by Lazlow)\\

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'''V-Rock''' -- Hard rock and heavy metal(hosted metal (hosted by Lazlow)\\



'''West Coast Talk Radio (WCTR)''' -- Talk radio, divided into eight segments: ''WCTR News'', ''The Tight End Zone'' (sports), ''The Wild Traveler'' (travel), ''Entertaining America'' (showbiz; hosted by Lazlow after the original host, Billy Dexter, was accidentally killed on-air by Jack Howitzer at the end of the first segment), ''Gardening with Maurice'' (gardening), ''I Say[=/=]You Say'' (political debate), ''Lonely Hearts'' (love advice, hijacked by Fernando Martinez in the third segment) and ''Area 53'' (conspiracy theories)

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'''West Coast Talk Radio (WCTR)''' -- Talk radio, divided into eight segments: ''WCTR News'', News'' (hosted by Lianne Forget, with reporting by Richard Burns), ''The Tight End Zone'' (sports), (sports, with Derrick Thackery), ''The Wild Traveler'' (travel), (travel, with James Pedeaston), ''Entertaining America'' (showbiz; initially hosted by Lazlow after the original host, Billy Dexter, was accidentally killed then after his [[DeadlineNews on-air death]] during an interview, replaced by Jack Howitzer at the end of the first segment), Lazlow), ''Gardening with Maurice'' (gardening), (gardening, featuring the "Maurice" first mentioned in ''III''), ''I Say[=/=]You Say'' (political debate), debate, with Peyton and Mary Phillips), ''Lonely Hearts'' (love advice, hosted by Christy [=MacIntyre=] at first, hijacked by Fernando Martinez in the third segment) and ''Area 53'' (conspiracy theories)theories, with Marvin Trill)



'''Liberty City Free Radio (LCFR)''' -- Talk radio, divided into five segments: ''The Electron Zone'' (technology), ''Chatterbox'' (call-in talk show, hosted by Lazlow; his show would later take over the entire station in 2001), ''Heartland Values with Nurse Bob'' (counseling), ''Breathing World'' (spiritual enlightenment) and ''Coq o Vin'' (cooking)

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'''Liberty City Free Radio (LCFR)''' -- Talk radio, divided into five segments: ''The Electron Zone'' (technology), (technology, with "Bill" and "Steve"), ''Chatterbox'' (call-in talk show, hosted by Lazlow; his show would later take over the entire station in 2001), ''Heartland Values with Nurse Bob'' (counseling), ''Breathing World'' (spiritual enlightenment) enlightenment, with Melissa Chowder and "Crow") and ''Coq o Vin'' (cooking)(cooking, with Richard Goblin)



'''Fresh 105 FM''' -- Oldschool hip-hop and electro(original incarnation of ''Vice City''[='=]s Fever 105)\\

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'''Fresh 105 FM''' -- Oldschool hip-hop and electro(original electro (original incarnation of ''Vice City''[='=]s Fever 105)\\



'''Vice City Public Radio (VCPR)''' -- Talk show, divided into five segments: ''Pressing Issues'' (political debate; this segment would later take over the entire channel in 1986), ''New World Order'' (conservative-oriented foreign affairs and call-in talk radio), ''Bait and Switch with Larry Joe and Bobby Ray'' (fishing), ''Moorehead Rides Again'' (hard-boiled detective radio drama), and ''The Time Ranger'' (superhero radio drama)
!!!''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'' + ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIVTheLostAndDamned The Lost and Damned]]'' + ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIVTheBalladOfGayTony The Ballad of Gay Tony]]''

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'''Vice City Public Radio (VCPR)''' -- Talk show, divided into five segments: ''Pressing Issues'' (political debate; debate, with Maurice Chavez; this segment would later take over the entire channel in 1986), ''New World Order'' (conservative-oriented foreign affairs and call-in talk radio), radio, with Dwayne Thorn), ''Bait and Switch with Larry Joe and Bobby Ray'' (fishing), ''Moorehead Rides Again'' (hard-boiled detective radio drama), and ''The Time Ranger'' (superhero radio drama)
!!!''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'' + !!!''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'', ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIVTheLostAndDamned The Lost and Damned]]'' + Damned]]'', and ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIVTheBalladOfGayTony The Ballad of Gay Tony]]''



'''Integrity 2.0''' -- Live talk radio (hosted by Lazlow) Unusually, in ''IV'' the station is not available from the start, it is unlocked after the bridges to Algonquin are opened\\
'''PLR (Public Liberty Radio)''' -- Liberal talk radio, divided into three segments: ''The Séance'' (call-in psychic), ''Pacemaker'' (healthcare debate) and ''Intelligent Agenda'' (political debate)\\
'''WKTT (We Know the Truth) 1066''' -- Conservative talk radio, divided into three (with two ''EFLC''-exclusive) segments: ''The Richard Bastion Show'' (call-in talk show), ''Just or Unjust'' (radio court), ''Fizz!'' (showbiz news), ''The Martin Serious Show'' (call-in shock jock, ''The Lost and Damned''-exclusive) and ''Conspire'' (conspiracy theories, ''The Ballad of Gay Tony''-exclusive)

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'''Integrity 2.0''' -- Live talk radio (hosted by Lazlow) Lazlow). Unusually, in ''IV'' the station is not available from the start, it is unlocked after the bridges to Algonquin are opened\\
'''PLR (Public Liberty Radio)''' -- Liberal talk radio, divided into three segments: ''The Séance'' (call-in psychic), psychic, with Beatrix Fontaine), ''Pacemaker'' (healthcare debate) debate, with Ryan [=McFallon=]) and ''Intelligent Agenda'' (political debate)\\
debate, with Mike Riley)\\
'''WKTT (We Know the Truth) 1066''' -- Conservative talk radio, divided into three (with two ''EFLC''-exclusive) segments: ''The Richard Bastion Show'' (call-in talk show), ''Just or Unjust'' (radio court), court, with Judge Grady), ''Fizz!'' (showbiz news), news, hosted by Jane Labrador, Marcel LeMuir, and Jeffron James), ''The Martin Serious Show'' (call-in shock jock, ''The Lost and Damned''-exclusive) and ''Conspire'' (conspiracy theories, with "John Smith", ''The Ballad of Gay Tony''-exclusive)



'''Blaine County Talk Radio (BCTR) 96.5''' -- Conservative talk radio, divided into three segments: ''Blaine County Radio Community Hour'' (conspiracy theories, hosted by Ronald "Nervous Ron" Jakowski), ''Beyond Insemination'' (agricultural advice), and ''Bless Your Heart'' (cooking and politics)\\
'''WCTR (West Coast Talk Radio) 95.6''' -- Liberal talk radio, divided into three segments: ''Chakra Attack'' (alternative medicine), ''The Fernando Show'' (current affairs, hosted by Fernando Martinez), and ''Chattersphere'' (call-in celebrity talk show, co-hosted by Lazlow and Michelle Makes)

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'''Blaine County Talk Radio (BCTR) 96.5''' -- Conservative talk radio, divided into three segments: ''Blaine County Radio Community Hour'' (conspiracy theories, hosted by Ronald "Nervous Ron" Jakowski), ''Beyond Insemination'' (agricultural advice), advice, hosted by Duane Earl), and ''Bless Your Heart'' (cooking and politics)\\
politics, hosted by Bobby June)\\
'''WCTR (West Coast Talk Radio) 95.6''' -- Liberal talk radio, divided into three segments: ''Chakra Attack'' (alternative medicine), medicine, hosted by Dr. Ray [=DeAngelo=] Harris), ''The Fernando Show'' (current affairs, hosted by Fernando Martinez), and ''Chattersphere'' (call-in celebrity talk show, co-hosted by Lazlow and Michelle Makes)



** In the [=PC=] version of ''V'', The Lab is hosted by "Dr. No and The Chemical Bro", who are voiced by Oh No and The Alchemist, two of the people behind ''[=GTA V=]'' 's original soundtrack.

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** In the [=PC=] PC version of ''V'', The Lab is hosted by "Dr. No and The Chemical Bro", who are voiced by Oh No and The Alchemist, two of the people behind ''[=GTA V=]'' 's ''GTAV''[='=]s original soundtrack.



** Vice City uses [[MiamiVice Crockett's Theme]] which is possible as it was composed in 1984, but it didn't get a commercial release until 1987, one year after the events of Vice City.

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** Vice City uses [[MiamiVice [[Series/MiamiVice Crockett's Theme]] which is possible as it was composed in 1984, but it didn't get a commercial release until 1987, one year after the events of Vice City.



** San Andreas also has two songs by Music/IceCube which were released in 1993. In addition, both "It Was A Good Day" and "[[Music/RageAgainstTheMachine Killing in the Name]]" were created in response to the 1992 LA Riots, [[spoiler: the GTA equivalent of which doesn't occur until the ending]].

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** San Andreas also has two songs by Music/IceCube which were released in 1993. In addition, both "It Was A Good Day" and "[[Music/RageAgainstTheMachine Killing in the Name]]" were created in response to the 1992 LA Riots, [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the GTA equivalent of which doesn't occur until the ending]].



** A disproportionate number of radio tracks were also featured on the 80s TV series ''MiamiVice'' - not only in ''Vice City'', obviously, but in subsequent games such as ''San Andreas'' and ''V''. Notably, these even include Music/DonJohnson's largely forgotten song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CR4lSORZ_Q Heartbeat]]. This reflects the fact that the very first GTA game was at least partly inspired by the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FR8YU1QWfjg 1986 licensed video game]] of ''Miami Vice''.

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** A disproportionate number of radio tracks were also featured on the 80s TV series ''MiamiVice'' ''Miami Vice'' - not only in ''Vice City'', obviously, but in subsequent games such as ''San Andreas'' and ''V''. Notably, these even include Music/DonJohnson's largely forgotten song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CR4lSORZ_Q Heartbeat]]. This reflects the fact that the very first GTA game was at least partly inspired by the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FR8YU1QWfjg 1986 licensed video game]] of ''Miami Vice''.



** On ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII III's]] Chatterbox FM'', a man calls in to talk about eating wildlife, especially pigeons, noting that some of them have "little notes attached, like a fortune cookie with wings". Later, a woman from anti-technology pressure group Citizens Raging Against Phones (CRAP) calls in, mentioning the difficulty of organizing meetings without phones, resorting instead to using carrier pigeons that mysteriously disappear.

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** On ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII III's]] Chatterbox FM'', a man calls in to talk about eating wildlife, especially pigeons, noting that some of them have "little notes attached, like a fortune cookie with wings". Later, a woman from anti-technology pressure group Citizens Raging Against Phones (CRAP) calls in, mentioning the difficulty of organizing meetings without phones, resorting instead to using carrier pigeons and noting that mysteriously disappear.they keep disappearing.



** Also on ''III'' a caller calls Lazlow about Killer Bees and on ''LCFR'' a caller who is disgusted about honey because it contains "bee shit" warns Lazlow about the killer bees.

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** Also on ''III'' ''III'', a caller calls Lazlow about Killer Bees and on ''LCFR'' Bees. On ''LCFR'', a caller who is disgusted about honey because it contains "bee shit" warns Lazlow about the killer bees.
26th Jun '16 3:10:19 AM gewunomox
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** San Andreas also has two songs by IceCube which were released in 1993. In addition, both "It Was A Good Day" and "[[RageAgainstTheMachine Killing In The Name]]" were created in response to the 1992 LA Riots, [[spoiler: the GTA equivalent of which doesn't occur until the ending]].

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** San Andreas also has two songs by IceCube Music/IceCube which were released in 1993. In addition, both "It Was A Good Day" and "[[RageAgainstTheMachine "[[Music/RageAgainstTheMachine Killing In The in the Name]]" were created in response to the 1992 LA Riots, [[spoiler: the GTA equivalent of which doesn't occur until the ending]].
23rd Jun '16 2:20:40 AM gewunomox
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** ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'': Ruslana of Vladivostok FM (blue); Carl Bradshaw of [[Music/{{Reggae}} Tuff Gong Radio]] (blue); Bobby Konders of Massive B Soundsystem 96.9 (purple); Premier (purple) of The Classics 104.1 (blue); Mister Cee, The Evil Genius (purple) and Green Lantern of The Beat 102.7 (red); Vaughn Harper of The Vibe 98.9 (blue); Daddy Yankee (red) of San Juan Sounds (purple); The Journey (blue); [[{{Jerkass}} Lazlow]] (red) of Integrity 2.0; WKTT Radio - Richard Bastion (purple); Public Liberty Radio - Beatrix Fontaine (blue) of The Séance; [[{{Hipster}} Creator/JulietteLewis]] of Radio Broker (blue); Roy Haynes of Jazz Nation Radio (blue); Karl Lagerfeld of K 109 The Studio (purple); Jimmy Gestapo of HCHC (red); Creator/IggyPop of Liberty Rock Radio 97.8 (red); Roy Ayers (purple) of Fusion FM (blue); Femi Kuti of IF99 (blue); Francois K of Electro-Choc (purple).

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** ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'': Ruslana of Vladivostok FM (blue); Carl Bradshaw of [[Music/{{Reggae}} Tuff Gong Radio]] (blue); Bobby Konders of Massive B Soundsystem 96.9 (purple); Premier (purple) of The Classics 104.1 (blue); Mister Cee, The Evil Genius (purple) and Green Lantern of The Beat 102.7 (red); Vaughn Harper of The Vibe 98.9 (blue); Daddy Yankee (red) of San Juan Sounds (purple); The Journey (blue); [[{{Jerkass}} Lazlow]] (red) of Integrity 2.0; WKTT Radio - Richard Bastion (purple); Public Liberty Radio - Beatrix Fontaine (blue) of The Séance; [[{{Hipster}} Creator/JulietteLewis]] of Radio Broker (blue); Roy Haynes of Jazz Nation Radio (blue); Karl Lagerfeld of K 109 The Studio (purple); Jimmy Gestapo of HCHC (red); Creator/IggyPop Music/IggyPop of Liberty Rock Radio 97.8 (red); Roy Ayers (purple) of Fusion FM (blue); Femi Kuti of IF99 (blue); Francois K of Electro-Choc (purple).
22nd Jun '16 4:46:19 AM gewunomox
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** Played with on The Beat 102.7 in ''IV''. The station features real-life Hot 97 [=DJs=] Funkmaster Flex, who claims Liberty as his hometown. Flex also implies that the universe's version of {{Nas}} is from Dukes.

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** Played with on The Beat 102.7 in ''IV''. The station features real-life Hot 97 [=DJs=] Funkmaster Flex, who claims Liberty as his hometown. Flex also implies that the universe's version of {{Nas}} Music/{{Nas}} is from Dukes.
21st Jun '16 12:06:03 AM gewunomox
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** A disproportionate number of radio tracks were also featured on the 80s TV series ''MiamiVice'' - not only in ''Vice City'', obviously, but in subsequent games such as ''San Andreas'' and ''V''. Notably, these even include DonJohnson's largely forgotten song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CR4lSORZ_Q Heartbeat]]. This reflects the fact that the very first GTA game was at least partly inspired by the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FR8YU1QWfjg 1986 licensed video game]] of ''Miami Vice''.

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** A disproportionate number of radio tracks were also featured on the 80s TV series ''MiamiVice'' - not only in ''Vice City'', obviously, but in subsequent games such as ''San Andreas'' and ''V''. Notably, these even include DonJohnson's Music/DonJohnson's largely forgotten song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CR4lSORZ_Q Heartbeat]]. This reflects the fact that the very first GTA game was at least partly inspired by the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FR8YU1QWfjg 1986 licensed video game]] of ''Miami Vice''.
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