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The '''soundtrack of [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]''', which is set in [[1992]] in the West Coast state of [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]], required that the game's [[Radio Stations|radio stations]] reflect the music tastes of the time and area, in addition to covering current events in the state of San Andreas. Together with several early-1990s music, the scores of the soundtrack also included songs from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. The standalone version of the soundtrack was released on [[2004#November 23|November 23]], [[2004]].
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{{DISPLAYTITLE: Radio stations in ''GTA San Andreas''}}
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The '''soundtrack of ''[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]''''', which is set in [[1992]] in the West Coast state of [[San Andreas (3D Universe)|San Andreas]], is made up of in-game [[Radio Stations|radio stations]] which play a variety of music from various genres. In addition to contemporary 1990s music, music from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s is also included. The standalone version of the soundtrack was released on [[2004#November 23|November 23]], [[2004]].
   
 
The player can listen to the following radio stations:
 
The player can listen to the following radio stations:
   
* [[Playback FM]] - East Coast Hip Hop
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* [[Playback FM]] - Classic Hip Hop
 
* [[K Rose]] - Country
 
* [[K Rose]] - Country
 
* [[K-DST]] - Classic Rock
 
* [[K-DST]] - Classic Rock
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* [[Master Sounds 98.3]] - Rare Groove
 
* [[Master Sounds 98.3]] - Rare Groove
 
* [[West Coast Talk Radio|WCTR]] - Talk Radio
 
* [[West Coast Talk Radio|WCTR]] - Talk Radio
* [[User Track Player]] (PC only) - User-Defined Track Player
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* [[User Track Player]] (PC only) - Custom soundtrack
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* Mixtape (iOS only) Custom soundtrack
   
The songs are listed in the same order as they appear in the game manual. However, the game itself randomizes song order, DJ comments during and between songs, and other aspects such as weather reports. Some stations, most notably WCTR, changes its programming as the game progresses, sometimes reflecting events within the game or subplots occurring within the radio programming.
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The songs are listed in the same order as they appear in the game manual. However, the game itself randomizes the playlist, DJ commentary during and between songs, and other aspects such as weather reports. Some stations, most notably WCTR, changes its programming as the game progresses, sometimes reflecting events within the game or subplots occurring within the radio programming.
   
==Playback FM==
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On 26 October 2014, GTA San Andreas was re-released as a download for the [[Xbox 360]] to celebrate the game's 10th anniversary. However, some songs were excluded from the re-release. These songs are marked with an *.
[[Image:Playback FM.jpg | right | 140px | ]]
 
''[[Playback FM]]'' is hosted by [[Forth Right MC]] (voiced by Chuck D) and plays rap from the golden age of hip-hop.
 
   
The following songs can be heard on the station:
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==Radio stations==
* Kool G Rap & D.J. Polo - "Road to the Riches"
 
* Big Daddy Kane - "Warm It Up, Kane"
 
* Spoonie Gee - "The Godfather"
 
* Masta Ace - "Me & the Biz"
 
* Slick Rick - "Children's Story"
 
* Public Enemy - "Rebel Without a Pause"
 
* Eric B. & Rakim - "I Know You Got Soul"
 
* Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock - "It Takes Two"
 
* Gang Starr - "B.Y.S."
 
* Biz Markie - "Vapors"
 
* Brand Nubian - "Brand Nubian"
 
* Ultramagnetic MC's - "Critical Beatdown"
 
   
==K Rose==
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===Playback FM===
[[Image:K-Rose.jpg | right | 140px | ]]
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[[Image:Playback FM.jpg|right | 140px]]
''[[K Rose]]'' is a classic country station hosted by [[Mary-Beth Maybell]] (voiced by Riette Burdick), and based in [[Bone County]] (possibly [[Fort Carson]]).
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[[Playback FM]] is hosted by [[Forth Right MC]] (voiced by Chuck D) and plays golden age rap and hip-hop.
   
The following songs can be heard on the station:
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*[[wp:Kool G Rap|Kool G Rap]] & DJ Polo - "[[wp:Road to the Riches (song)|Road to the Riches]]" (1989)
* Jerry Reed - "Amos Moses"
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*[[wp:Big Daddy Kane|Big Daddy Kane]] - "Warm It Up, Kane" (1989)
* Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn - "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man"
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*[[wp:Spoonie Gee|Spoonie Gee]] - "The Godfather" (1987)
* Hank Williams - "Hey Good Lookin'"
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*[[wp:Masta Ace|Master Ace]] - "[[wp:Me and the Biz|Me and the Biz]]" (1990)
* Juice Newton - "Queen of Hearts"
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*[[wp:Slick Rick|Slick Rick]] - "[[wp:Children's Story|Children's Story]]" (1988)
* The Statler Brothers - "New York City"
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*[[wp:Public Enemy (band)|Public Enemy]] - "[[wp:Rebel Without a Pause|Rebel Without a Pause]]" (1988)
* Asleep at the Wheel - "The Letter That Johnny Walker Read"
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*[[wp:Eric B. & Rakim|Eric B. & Rakim]] - "[[wp:I Know You Got Soul (Eric B. & Rakim song)|I Know You Got Soul]]" (1987)
* Desert Rose Band - "One Step Forward"
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*[[wp:Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock|Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock]] - "[[wp:It Takes Two (Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock song)|It Takes Two]]" (1988)
* Willie Nelson - "Crazy"
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*[[wp:Gang Starr|Gang Starr]] - "B.Y.S." (1992)
* Patsy Cline - "Three Cigarettes (In an Ashtray)"
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*[[wp:Biz Markie|Biz Markie]] - "The Vapors" (1988)
* The Statler Brothers - "Bed of Rose's"
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*[[wp:Brand Nubian|Brand Nubian]] - "Brand Nubian" (1989)
* Mickey Gilley - "Make The World Go Away"
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*[[wp:Ultramagnetic MCs|Ultramagnetic MCs]] - "Critical Beatdown" (1988)*
* Ed Bruce - "Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys"
 
* Merle Haggard - "Always Wanting You"
 
* Whitey Shafer - "All My Exes Live in Texas"
 
* Eddie Rabbitt - "I Love A Rainy Night"
 
   
==K-DST==
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===K Rose===
[[Image:K-DST.jpg | right | 140px | ]]
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[[Image:K-Rose.jpg|right | 140px]]
''[[K-DST]]'', "The Dust" is a [[San Fierro]]-based classic rock station originating in Los Santos and hosted by [[Tommy Smith|Tommy "The Nightmare" Smith]] (voiced by W. Axl Rose).
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[[K Rose]] is a classic country station hosted by [[Mary-Beth Maybell]] (voiced by Riette Burdick), and broadcasting from [[Bone County]].
   
The following songs can be heard on the station:
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*[[wp:Jerry Reed|Jerry Reed]] - "[[wp:Amos Moses|Amos Moses]]" (1970)
* Foghat - "Slow Ride"
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*[[wp:Conway Twitty|Conway Twitty]] and [[wp:Loretta Lynn|Loretta Lynn]] - "[[wp:Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man (song)|Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man]]" (1973)
* Creedence Clearwater Revival - "Green River"
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*[[wp:Hank Williams|Hank Williams]] - "[[wp:Hey Good Lookin' (song)|Hey Good Lookin']]" (1951)
* Heart - "Barracuda"
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*[[wp:Juice Newton|Juice Newton]] - "[[wp:Queen of Hearts (Hank DeVito song)|Queen of Hearts]]" (1981)
* Kiss - "Strutter"
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*[[wp:Statler Brothers|Statler Brothers]] - "New York City" (1970)
* Toto - "Hold the Line"
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*[[wp:Asleep At The Wheel|Asleep At The Wheel]] - "[[wp:The Letter That Johnny Walker Read|The Letter That Johnny Walker Read]]" (1975)
* Rod Stewart - "Young Turks"
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*[[wp:The Desert Rose Band|The Desert Rose Band]] - "[[wp:One Step Forward|One Step Forward]]" (1987)
* Tom Petty - "Runnin' Down a Dream"
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*[[wp:Willie Nelson|Willie Nelson]] - "[[wp:Crazy (Willie Nelson song)|Crazy]]" (1961)
* Joe Cocker - "Woman to Woman"
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*[[wp:Patsy Cline|Patsy Cline]] - "Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray" (1957)
* Humble Pie - "Get Down to it"
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*[[wp:Statler Brothers|Statler Brothers]] - "[[wp:Bed of Rose's|Bed of Rose's]]" (1970)
* Grand Funk Railroad - "Some Kind of Wonderful"
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*[[wp:Mickey Gilley|Mickey Gilley]] - "[[wp:Make the World Go Away|Make the World Go Away]]" (1965)
* Lynyrd Skynyrd - "Free Bird"
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*[[wp:Ed Bruce|Ed Bruce]] - "[[wp:Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys|Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys]]" (1975)
* America - "A Horse With No Name"
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*[[wp:Merle Haggard|Merle Haggard]] - "[[wp:Always Wanting You|Always Wanting You]]" (1975)
* The Who - "Eminence Front"
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*[[wp:Whitey Shafer|Whitey Shafer]] - "[[wp:All My Ex's Live in Texas|All My Ex's Live in Texas]]" (1987)
* Boston - "Smokin'"
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*[[wp:Eddie Rabbitt|Eddie Rabbitt]] - "[[wp:I Love a Rainy Night|I Love a Rainy Night]]" (1980)
* David Bowie - "Somebody Up There Likes Me"
 
* Eddie Money - "Two Tickets to Paradise"
 
* Billy Idol - "White Wedding"
 
   
==Bounce FM==
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===K-DST===
[[Image:Bounce_FM.jpg | right | 140px]]
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[[Image:K-DST.jpg|right | 140px]]
''[[Bounce FM]]'' is a funk radio station hosted by [[The Funktipus]] (voiced by George Clinton).
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[[K-DST]] ("The Dust") is a classic rock radio station, hosted by [[Tommy Smith|Tommy "The Nightmare" Smith]] and broadcasting from [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]].
   
The following songs can be heard on the station:
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*[[wp:Foghat|Foghat]] - "[[wp:Slow Ride|Slow Ride]]" (1975)
* Zapp - "I Can Make You Dance"
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*[[wp:Creedence Clearwater Revival|Creedence Clearwater Revival]] - "[[wp:Green River (song)|Green River]]" (1969)
* Kool & The Gang - "Hollywood Swinging"
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*[[wp:Heart (band)|Heart]] - "[[wp:Barracuda (song)|Barracuda]]" (1977)
* The Ohio Players - "Love Rollercoaster"
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*[[wp:Kiss (band)|Kiss]] - "[[wp:Strutter|Strutter]]" (1974)
* Rick James - "Cold Blooded"
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*[[wp:Toto (band)|Toto]] - "[[wp:Hold the Line|Hold the Line]]" (1978)
* Maze - "Twilight"
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*[[wp:Rod Stewart|Rod Stewart]] - "[[wp:Young Turks (song)|Young Turks]]" (1981)
* Fatback Band - "Yum Yum (Gimme Some)"
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*[[wp:Tom Petty|Tom Petty]] - "[[wp:Runnin' Down a Dream|Runnin' Down a Dream]]" (1989)*
* The Isley Brothers - "Between the Sheets"
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*[[wp:Joe Cocker|Joe Cocker]] - "[[wp:Woman to Woman (Joe Cocker song)|Woman to Woman]]" (1972)*
* Ronnie Hudson & The Street People - "West Coast Poplock"
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*[[wp:Humble Pie (band)|Humble Pie]] - "Get Down to It" (1973)
* Lakeside - "Fantastic Voyage"
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*[[wp:Grand Funk Railroad|Grand Funk Railroad]] - "[[wp:Some Kind of Wonderful (Soul Brothers Six song)|Some Kind of Wonderful]]" (1974)
* George Clinton - "Loopzilla (Broadcast Version)"
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*[[wp:Lynyrd Skynyrd|Lynyrd Skynyrd]] - "[[wp:Free Bird|Free Bird]]" (1974)
* Dazz Band - "Let It Whip"
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*[[wp:America (band)|America]] - "[[wp:A Horse with No Name|A Horse with No Name]]" (1972)
* Cameo - "Candy"
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*[[wp:The Who|The Who]] - "[[wp:Eminence Front|Eminence Front]]" (1982)
* MFSB + The Three Degrees - "Love Is The Message"
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*[[wp:Boston (band)|Boston]] - "[[wp:Smokin' (Boston song)|Smokin']]" (1976)
* The Ohio Players - "Funky Worm"
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*[[wp:David Bowie|David Bowie]] - "Somebody Up There Likes Me" (1975)
* Johnny Harris - "Odyssey"
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*[[wp:Eddie Money|Eddie Money]] - "[[wp:Two Tickets to Paradise|Two Tickets to Paradise]]" (1978)
* Roy Ayers - "Running Away"
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*[[wp:Billy Idol|Billy Idol]] - "[[wp:White Wedding (song)|White Wedding]]" (1982)
* The Gap Band - "You Dropped a Bomb on Me"
 
   
==SF-UR==
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===Bounce FM===
[[Image:SF-UR.jpg | right | 140px | ]]
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[[Image:Bounce FM.jpg|right | 140px]]
''[[SF-UR|San Fierro Underground Radio]]'', abbreviated as ''SF-UR'', is a [[San Fierro]]-based house music station hosted by [[Hans Oberlander]] (voiced by Lloyd Floyd).
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[[Bounce FM]] is a funk radio station hosted by [[The Funktipus]] (voiced by George Clinton).
   
The following songs can be heard on the station:
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*[[wp:Dazz Band|Dazz Band]] - "[[wp:Let It Whip|Let It Whip]]" (1982)
* Jomanda - "Make My Body Rock (Feel It)"
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*[[wp:Fatback Band|The Fatback Band]] - "Yum Yum (Gimme Some)" (1975)*
* 808 State - "Pacific 202"
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*[[wp:Gap Band|The Gap Band]] - "[[wp:You Dropped a Bomb on Me|You Dropped A Bomb On Me]]" (1982)*
* The Todd Terry Project - "Weekend"
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*[[wp:Kool & the Gang|Kool & the Gang]] - "[[wp:Hollywood Swinging|Hollywood Swinging]]" (1974)
* The Night Writers - "Let The Music (Use You)"
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*[[wp:Cameo (band)|Cameo]] - "[[wp:Candy (Cameo song)|Candy]]" (1986)
* Marshall Jefferson - "Move Your Body"
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*[[wp:MFSB|MFSB]] - "Love Is The Message" (1973)
* Maurice - "This Is Acid (A New Dance Craze) (K & T Mix)"
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*[[wp:Johnny Harris (musician)|Johnny Harris]] - "Odyssey" (1980)
* Mr. Fingers - "Can You Feel It?"
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*[[Roy Ayers]] - "Running Away" (1977)*
* A Guy Called Gerald - "Voodoo Ray"
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*[[wp:Ohio Players|Ohio Players]] - "[[wp:Love Rollercoaster|Love Rollercoaster]]" (1975)
* Cultural Vibe - "Ma Foom Bey"
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*[[wp:The Isley Brothers|The Isley Brothers]] - "Between The Sheets" (1983)
* Ce Ce Rogers - "Someday"
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*[[wp:Zapp (band)|Zapp]] - "I Can Make You Dance" (1983)
* Robert Owens - "I'll Be Your Friend"
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*[[wp:Rick James|Rick James]] - "[[wp:Cold Blooded (song)|Cold Blooded]]" (1983)
* Frankie Knuckles + Jamie Principle - "Your Love"
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*Ronnie Hudson and the Street People - "West Coast Poplock" (1982)
* Joe Smooth + Anthony Thomas - "Promised Land"
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*[[wp:George Clinton (musician)|George Clinton]] - "[[wp:Loopzilla|Loopzilla]]" (1982)
* 28th Street Crew - "I Need a Rhythm"
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*[[wp:Ohio Players|Ohio Players]] - "[[wp:Funky Worm|Funky Worm]]" (1973)
* Raze - "Break 4 Love"
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*[[wp:Maze (band)|Maze]] - "Twilight" (1985)
* Fallout - "The Morning After (Sunrise Mix)"
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*[[wp:Lakeside (band)|Lakeside]] - "[[wp:Fantastic Voyage (Lakeside song|Fantastic Voyage]]" (1980)
   
==Radio Los Santos==
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===SF-UR===
[[Image:Radio Los Santos.jpg | right |140px | ]]
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[[Image:SF-UR.jpg|right | 140px]]
''[[Radio Los Santos]]'' is a West Coast hip-hop radio station hosted by [[Julio G]], based in [[Los Santos]].
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[[SF-UR|San Fierro Underground Radio]] (SF-UR) is a [[San Fierro (3D Universe)|San Fierro]]-based house music station hosted by [[Hans Oberlander]] (voiced by Lloyd Floyd).
   
The following songs can be heard on the station:
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*[[wp:Joe Smooth|Joe Smooth]] feat. [http://www.discogs.com/artist/10271-Anthony-Thomas Anthony Thomas] - "Promised Land" (1988)
* 2Pac + Pogo - "I Don't Give a Fuck"
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*[[wp:808 State|808 State]] - "[[wp:Pacific State (song)|Pacific 202]]" (1989)
* Compton's Most Wanted - "Hood Took Me Under"
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*[[wp:A Guy Called Gerald|A Guy Called Gerald]] - "[[wp:Voodoo Ray|Voodoo Ray]]" (1988)
* Dr. Dre + Snoop Dogg - "Nuthin' But A 'G' Thang"
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*[[wp:Frankie Knuckles|Frankie Knuckles]] feat. [http://www.discogs.com/artist/6681-Jamie-Principle Jamie Principle] - "[[wp:Your Love (Jamie Principle song)|Your Love]]" (1986)
* Too Short - "The Ghetto"
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*[[wp:Raze (house music group)|Raze]] - "[[wp:Break 4 Love|Break 4 Love]]" (1988)
* N.W.A - "Alwayz Into Somethin'"
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*[[wp:Glenn Toby|Cultural Vibe]] - "Ma Foom Bey" (1986)
* Ice Cube + Das EFX - "Check Yo Self (The Message Remix)"
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*[[wp:Jomanda|Jomanda]] - "Make My Body Rock" (1988)
* Kid Frost - "La Raza"
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*[[wp:CeCe Rogers|CeCe Rogers]] - "Someday" (1987)
* Cypress Hill - "How I Could Just Kill a Man"
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*[[wp:Secret Life (band)|Nightwriters]] - "Let The Music Use You" (1987)
* Dr. Dre + Snoop Dogg + Jewell + RBX - "Fuck wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')"
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*[[wp:Larry Heard|Mr. Fingers]] - "[[wp:Can You Feel It? (Larry Heard song)|Can You Feel It?]]" (1988)
* The D.O.C. - "It's Funky Enough"
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*[[wp:Marshall Jefferson|Marshall Jefferson]] - "Move Your Body" (1986)
* N.W.A - "Express Yourself"
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*[[wp:Maurice Joshua|Maurice]] - "[[wp:This Is Acid|This Is Acid (A New Dance Craze) (K & T Mix)]]" (1989)
* Ice Cube - "It Was a Good Day"
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*[[wp:Todd Terry|The Todd Terry Project]] - "Weekend" (1988)
* Eazy-E - "Eazy-Er Said Than Dunn"
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*[[wp:Fallout (house band)|Fallout]] - "The Morning After (Sunrise Mix)" (1987)
* Above the Law - "Murder Rap"
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*[[wp:Robert Owens (musician)|Robert Owens]] - "I'll Be Your Friend" (1991)
* Dr. Dre + Snoop Dogg - "Deep Cover"
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*[[wp:The 28th Street Crew|The 28th Street Crew]] - "I Need A Rhythm" (1989)
* Da Lench Mob - "Guerillas in tha Mist"
 
   
==Radio X==
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===Radio Los Santos===
[[Image:Radiox.jpg | right |140px | ]]
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[[Image:Radio Los Santos.jpg|right |140px]]
''[[Radio X]]'' is an alternative rock radio station hosted by [[Sage]] (voiced by Jodie Shawback).
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[[Radio Los Santos]] is a West Coast hip-hop radio station hosted by [[Julio G]] and broadcasting from [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]].
   
The following songs can be heard on the station:
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*[[wp:Tupac Shakur|2Pac]] (feat. [[wp:DJ Pogo|Pogo]]) - "[[wp:I Don't Give a Fuck|I Don't Give a Fuck]]" (1991)*
* Helmet - "Unsung"
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*[[wp:Compton's Most Wanted|Compton's Most Wanted]] - "[[wp:Hood Took Me Under|Hood Took Me Under]]" (1992)
* Depeche Mode - "Personal Jesus"
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*[[wp:Dr.Dre|Dr. Dre]] (feat. [[wp:Snoop Dogg|Snoop Dogg]]) - "[[wp:Nuthin' But A 'G' Thang|Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang]]" (1992)
* Faith No More - "Midlife Crisis"
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*[[wp:Too $hort|Too $hort]] - "[[wp:The Ghetto (Too Short song)|The Ghetto]]" (1990)
* Danzig - "Mother"
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*[[wp:N.W.A|N.W.A]] - "[[wp:Alwayz into Somethin'|Alwayz into Somethin']]" (1991)
* Living Colour - "Cult of Personality"
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*[[wp:Ice Cube|Ice Cube]] (feat. [[wp:Das EFX|Das EFX]]) - "[[wp:Check Yo Self|Check Yo Self (The Message Remix)]]" (1992)
* Primal Scream - "Movin' on Up"
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*[[Kid Frost]] - "[[wp:La Raza (song)|La Raza]]" (1990)
* Guns N' Roses - "Welcome to the Jungle"
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*[[wp:Cypress Hill|Cypress Hill]] - "[[wp:How I Could Just Kill a Man|How I Could Just Kill a Man]]" (1991)
* L7 - "Pretend We're Dead"
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*Dr. Dre (feat. Snoop Dogg & [[wp:RBX|RBX]]) - "[[wp:Fuck wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')|Fuck wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')]]" (1992)
* Ozzy Osbourne - "Hellraiser"
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*[[wp:The D.O.C.|The D.O.C]] - "[[wp:It's Funky Enough|It's Funky Enough]]" (1989)
* Soundgarden - "Rusty Cage"
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*N.W.A - "[[wp:Express Yourself (N.W.A. song)|Express Yourself]]" (1989)*
* Rage Against the Machine - "Killing in the Name"
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*Ice Cube - "[[wp:It Was a Good Day|It Was a Good Day]]" (1992)
* Jane's Addiction - "Been Caught Stealing"
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*[[wp:Eazy-E|Eazy-E]] - "[[wp:Eazy-Er Said Than Dunn|Eazy-Er Said Than Dunn]]" (1988)
* The Stone Roses - "Fools Gold"
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*[[wp:Above the Law|Above the Law]] - "[[wp:Murder Rap|Murder Rap]]" (1990)
* Alice in Chains - "Them Bones"
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*Dr. Dre (feat. Snoop Dogg) - "[[wp:Deep Cover (song)|Deep Cover]]" (1992)
* Stone Temple Pilots - "Plush"
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*[[wp:Da Lench Mob|Da Lench Mob]] (feat. Ice Cube) - "Guerillas in tha Mist" (1992)
   
==CSR 103.9==
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===Radio X===
[[Image:Csr.jpg | right |140px | ]]
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[[Image:Radiox.jpg|right |140px]]
''[[CSR 103.9]]'' (Contemporary Soul Radio) is a new jack swing radio station hosted by [[Phillip Michaels|Phillip "PM" Michaels]] (voiced by Michael Bivins). Located in San Fierro.
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[[Radio X]] is an alternative rock radio station hosted by [[Sage]] (voiced by Jodie Shawback).
   
The following songs can be heard on the station:
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*[[wp:Helmet (band)|Helmet]] - "[[wp:Unsung (song)|Unsung]]" (1992)
* SWV - "I'm So Into You"
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*[[wp:Depeche Mode|Depeche Mode]] - "[[wp:Personal Jesus|Personal Jesus]]" (1989)
* Soul II Soul - "Keep on Movin'"
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*[[wp:Faith No More|Faith No More]] - "[[wp:Midlife Crisis|Midlife Crisis]]" (1992)
* Samuelle - "So You Like What You See"
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*[[wp:Danzig (band)|Danzig]] - "[[wp:Mother (Danzig song)|Mother]]" (1988)
* En Vogue - "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)"
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*[[wp:Living Colour|Living Colour]] - "[[wp:Cult of Personality (song)|Cult of Personality]]" (1988)
* Johnny Gill + C.L. Smooth - "Rub You the Right Way"
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*[[wp:Primal Scream|Primal Scream]] - "Movin' on Up" (1991)
* Ralph Tresvant - "Sensitivity"
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*[[wp:Guns N' Roses|Guns N' Roses]] - "[[wp:Welcome to the Jungle|Welcome to the Jungle]]" (1987)
* Guy - "Groove Me"
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*[[wp:L7 (band)|L7]] - "[[wp:Pretend We're Dead|Pretend We're Dead]]" (1992)
* Aaron Hall - "Don't Be Afraid"
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*[[wp:Ozzy Osbourne|Ozzy Osbourne]] - "[[wp:Hellraiser (song)|Hellraiser]]" (1991)*
* Boyz II Men - "Motownphilly"
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*[[wp:Soundgarden|Soundgarden]] - "[[wp:Rusty Cage|Rusty Cage]]" (1991)
* Bell Biv DeVoe - "Poison"
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*[[wp:Rage Against the Machine|Rage Against the Machine]] - "[[wp:Killing in the Name|Killing in the Name]]" (1992)*
* Today - "I Got the Feeling"
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*[[wp:Jane's Addiction|Jane's Addiction]] - "[[wp:Been Caught Stealing|Been Caught Stealing]]" (1990)
* Wrecks-N-Effect - "New Jack Swing"
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*[[wp:The Stone Roses|The Stone Roses]] - "Fools Gold" (1989)
* Bobby Brown - "Don't Be Cruel"
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*[[wp:Alice in Chains|Alice in Chains]] - "[[wp:Them Bones|Them Bones]]" (1992)
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*[[wp:Stone Temple Pilots|Stone Temple Pilots]] - "[[wp:Plush (song)|Plush]]" (1992)
   
==K-Jah West==
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===CSR 103.9===
[[Image:Kjahwest.jpg | right | 140px | ]]
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[[Image:Csr.jpg|right |140px]]
''[[K-Jah West]]'' is a reggae radio station hosted by [[Marshall Peters]] & [[Johnny Lawton]] (voiced by [[Lowell Dunbar]] and [[Robbie Shakespeare]] respectively).
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[[CSR 103.9|Contemporary Soul Radio 103.9]] (CSR) is a new jack swing radio station hosted by [[Phillip Michaels|Phillip "PM" Michaels]] (voiced by Michael Bivins) and broadcasting from San Fierro.
   
The following songs can be heard on the station:
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*[[wp:SWV|SWV]] - "[[wp:I'm So Into You|I'm So Into You]]" (1992)
* Black Harmony - "Don't Let it Go to Your Head"
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*[[wp:Soul II Soul|Soul II Soul]] - "[[wp:Keep On Movin' (Soul II Soul song)|Keep On Movin']]" (1989)
* Blood Sisters - "Ring My Bell"
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*[[wp:Samuelle|Samuelle]] - "[[wp:So You Like What You See|So You Like What You See]]" (1990)
* Shabba Ranks - "Wicked Inna Bed"
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*[[wp:Johnny Gill|Johnny Gill]] - "[[wp:Rub You the Right Way|Rub You the Right Way]]" (1990)
* Buju Banton - "Batty Rider"
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*[[wp:Ralph Tresvant|Ralph Tresvant]] - "[[wp:Sensitivity (song)|Sensitivity]]" (1990)
* Augustus Pablo - "King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown"
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*[[wp:Guy (music group)|Guy]] - "Groove Me" (1988)
* Dennis Brown - "Revolution"
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*[[wp:Aaron Hall (singer)|Aaron Hall]] - "[[wp:Don't Be Afraid (Aaron Hall song)|Don't Be Afraid]]" (1992)
* Willie Williams - "Armagideon Time"
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*[[wp:Boyz II Men|Boyz II Men]] - "[[wp:Motownphilly|Motownphilly]]" (1991)
* I-Roy - "Sidewalk Killer"
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*[[wp:Bell Biv DeVoe|Bell Biv Devoe]] -"[[wp:Poison (Bell Biv Devoe song)|Poison]]" (1990)
* Toots & the Maytals - "Funky Kingston"
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*[[wp:Today (band)|Today]] - "[[wp:I Got the Feeling (Today song)|I Got the Feeling]]" (1990)
* Dillinger - "Cocaine in My Brain"
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*[[wp:Wreckx-n-Effect|Wrecks-N-Effect]] - "[[wp:New Jack Swing (song)|New Jack Swing]]" (1989)
* Toots & the Maytals - "Pressure Drop"
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*[[wp:Bobby Brown|Bobby Brown]] - "[[wp:Don't Be Cruel (Bobby Brown song)|Don't Be Cruel]]" (1988)
* The Pliers - "Bam Bam"
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*[[wp:En Vogue|En Vogue]] - "[[wp:My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)|My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)]]" (1992)
* Barrington Levy - "Here I Come"
 
* Reggie Stepper - "Drum Pan Solo"
 
* Black Uhuru - "Great Train Robbery"
 
* Max Romeo & The Upsetters - "I Chase the Devil"
 
   
==Master Sounds 98.3==
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===K-Jah West===
[[Image:Mastersounds.jpg | right | 140px | ]]
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[[Image:Kjahwest.jpg|right | 140px]]
''[[Master Sounds 98.3]]'' is a rare groove radio station hosted by [[Johnny Parkinson|Johnny "The Love Giant" Parkinson]] (voiced by Ricky Harris).
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[[K-Jah West]] is a reggae radio station hosted by [[Marshall Peters]] & [[Johnny Lawton]] (voiced by [[Lowell Dunbar]] and [[Robbie Shakespeare]] respectively).
   
The following songs can be heard on the station:
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*[[wp:Black Harmony (reggae band)|Black Harmony]] - "[[wp:Don't Let It Go to Your Head (Jean Carne song)|Don't Let It Go to Your Head]]" (1979)*
* Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band - "Express Yourself"
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*Blood Sisters - "[[wp:Ring My Bell|Ring My Bell]]" (1979)*
* Maceo & the Macks - "Cross The Tracks (We Better Go Back)"
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*[[wp:Shabba Ranks|Shabba Ranks]] - "Wicked Inna Bed" (1990)
* Harlem Underground Band - "Smokin' Cheeba Cheeba"
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*[[wp:Buju Banton|Buju Banton]] - "Batty Rider" (1992)
* The Chakachas - "Jungle Fever"
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*[[wp:Augustus Pablo|Augustus Pablo]] - "[[wp:King Tubby Meets The Rockers Uptown (song)|King Tubby Meets The Rockers Uptown]]" (1976)
* Bob James - "Nautilus"
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*[[wp:Dennis Brown|Dennis Brown]] - "Revolution" (1983)
* Booker T. & the M.G.'s - "Green Onions"
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*[[wp:Willi Williams|Willi Williams]] - "Armagideon Time" (1978)
* The Blackbyrds - "Rock Creek Park"
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*[[wp:I-Roy|I-Roy]] - "Sidewalk Killer" (1972)
* Bobby Byrd - "Hot Pants - I'm Coming, I'm Coming, I'm Coming"
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*[[wp:Toots & The Maytals|Toots & The Maytals]] - "Funky Kingston" (1973)
* James Brown - "Funky President"
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*[[wp:Dillinger (musician)|Dillinger]] - "Cocaine In My Brain" (1978)
* Lyn Collins - "Rock Me Again and Again"
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*[[wp:Toots & The Maytals|The Maytals]] - "[[wp:Pressure Drop|Pressure Drop]]" (1970)
* Maceo & the Macks - "Soul Power '74"
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*[[wp:Chaka Demus & Pliers|The Pliers]] - "Bam Bam" (1993)
* Bobby Byrd - "I Know You Got Soul"
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*[[wp:Barrington Levy|Barrington Levy]] - "Here I Come" (1984)
* James Brown - "The Payback"
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*Reggie Stepper - "Drum Pan Sound" (1990)
* Lyn Collins - "Think (About It)"
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*[[wp:Black Uhuru|Black Uhuru]] - "Great Train Robbery" (1986)
* The J.B.'s - "The Grunt"
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*[[wp:Max Romeo|Max Romeo]] & [[wp:The Upsetters|The Upsetters]] - "[[wp:Chase The Devil|Chase the Devil]]" (1976)
* War - "Low Rider"
 
* Gloria Jones - "Tainted Love"
 
* Sir Joe Quarterman & Free Soul - "(I Got) So Much Trouble in My Mind"
 
   
==WCTR==
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===Master Sounds 98.3===
[[Image:West_Coast_Talk_Radio.jpg‎ | right | 140px | ]]
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[[Image:Mastersounds.jpg|right | 140px]]
''[[West Coast Talk Radio]]'', abbreviated as ''WCTR'', is a talk radio station headquarted in [[Los Santos]].
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[[Master Sounds 98.3]] is a rare groove radio station hosted by [[Johnny Parkinson|Johnny "The Love Giant" Parkinson]] (voiced by Ricky Harris).
   
The following programs can be heard on the station:
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*[[wp:Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band|Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band]] - "[[wp:Express Yourself (Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band song)|Express Yourself]]" (1970)*
* [[WCTR News]]: Hosted by [[Lianne Forget]] (Sharon Washington) with [[Richard Burns]] (Wil Wheaton), which features up-to-date news in the [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas state]].
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*[[wp:Maceo Parker|Maceo & The Macks]] - "[[wp:Cross The Tracks (We Better Go Back)|Cross The Tracks (We Better Go Back)]]" (1975)
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*[[wp:George Benson|Harlem Underground Band]] - "Smokin' Cheeba Cheeba" (1976)
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*[[wp:The Chakachas|The Chakachas]] - "[[wp:Jungle Fever (song)|Jungle Fever]]" (1972)
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*[[wp:Bob James (musician)|Bob James]] - "[[wp:Nautilus|Nautilus]]" (1974)
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*[[wp:Booker T. & the MG's|Booker T. & the MG's]] - "[[wp:Green Onions|Green Onions]]" (1962)
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*[[wp:The Blackbyrds|The Blackbyrds]] - "Rock Creek Park" (1975)*
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*[[wp:Bobby Byrd|Bobby Byrd]] - "[[wp:Hot Pants (James Brown song)|Hot Pants]]" (1971)
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*[[wp:James Brown (musician)|James Brown]] - "[[wp:Funky President (People It's Bad)|Funky President]]" (1974)*
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*[[wp:Lyn Collins|Lyn Collins]] - "Rock Me Again And Again" (1974)
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*[[wp:Maceo Parker|Maceo & The Macks]] - "[[wp:Soul Power|Soul Power' 74]]" (1973)
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*[[wp:Bobby Byrd|Bobby Byrd]] - "[[wp:I Know You Got Soul (Bobby Byrd song)|I Know You Got Soul]]" (1971)
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*[[wp:James Brown (musician)|James Brown]] - "[[wp:The Payback (song)|The Payback]]" (1974)*
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*[[wp:Lyn Collins|Lyn Collins]] - "[[wp:Think (About It)|Think (About It)]]" (1972)
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*[[wp:The JB's|The JB's]] - "[[wp:The Grunt|The Grunt]]" (1972)*
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*[[wp:War (band)|War]] - "[[wp:Low Rider (song)|Low Rider]]" (1975)
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*[[wp:Gloria Jones|Gloria Jones]] - "[[wp:Tainted Love|Tainted Love]]" (1965)
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*[[wp:Joe Quarterman|Sir Joe Quarterman]] & Free Soul - "So Much Trouble In My Mind" (1972)
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===WCTR===
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[[Image:West Coast Talk Radio.jpg‎|right | 140px]]
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[[West Coast Talk Radio]], abbreviated as WCTR, is a talk radio station broadcasting from [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]].
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* [[WCTR News]]: Hosted by [[Lianne Forget]] (Sharon Washington) with [[Richard Burns]] (Wil Wheaton), which features up-to-date news in the [[San Andreas (3D Universe)|San Andreas state]].
 
* [[The Tight End Zone]]: Sports program hosted by [[Derrick Thackery]] (Peter Appel).
 
* [[The Tight End Zone]]: Sports program hosted by [[Derrick Thackery]] (Peter Appel).
 
* [[The Wild Traveler]]: Travel program hosted by [[James Pedeaston]] (Sam Tsoutsouvas).
 
* [[The Wild Traveler]]: Travel program hosted by [[James Pedeaston]] (Sam Tsoutsouvas).
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Various intros, outros and comments are delivered by Barbara Fox.
 
Various intros, outros and comments are delivered by Barbara Fox.
==User Track Player==
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For GTA San Andreas, music files may be placed in a "User Tracks" folder, located in its GTA "User Files" folders within My Documents[[File:120px-gta_sa_User-Track-Player-Logo.png|thumb]]
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==User Track Player/Mixtape==
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[[File:User-Track-Player-Logo.png|right|140px]]
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[[File:Radio TPLAYER.png|right|140px]]
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For ''GTA San Andreas'', music files may be placed in a "User Tracks" folder, located in its GTA "User Files" folders within My Documents. It can only be used for Xbox and Windows, both made by Microsoft.
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The iOS version of ''GTA San Andreas'' replaces the User Track Player with Mixtape. Mixtapes are created by naming an iTunes playlist "GTASA" (without quotes). All songs on the playlist will be played on the Mixtape station.
   
 
==Radio Commercials==
 
==Radio Commercials==
 
Commercials that reference events in game:
 
Commercials that reference events in game:
*'''Zebra Bar''' (Ed McMann; two commercials) — An exotic chocolate bar that mixes [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_chocolate white chocolate] with [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_chocolate dark chocolate]. It is mentioned in the first WCTR news bulletin that a protest outside the Zebra Bar Candy Company was occurring.
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*'''[[Zebra Bar]]''' ([[Ed McMann]]; two commercials) — An exotic chocolate bar that mixes [[wp:White chocolate|white chocolate]] with [[wp:Dark chocolate|dark chocolate]]. It is mentioned in the first [[WCTR]] news bulletin that a protest outside the Zebra Bar Candy Company was occurring.
*'''Proposition 421''' — A [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Referendum proposition] against [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobacco_smoking smoking], which would allow a citizen to legally shoot and kill a smoker in self-defense. The name is a possible reference to 420, a slang for [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marijuana marijuana].
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*'''[[Proposition 421]]''' — A [[wp:Referendum|proposition]] against [[Smoking|smoking]], which would allow a citizen to legally shoot and kill a smoker in self-defense. The name is a possible reference to 420, a slang for [[wp:Marijuana|marijuana]].
*'''The Epsilon Program''' (Fred Melamed, three commercials) — A [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cult cult]. Numerous people in the game appear to be members including original ''Entertaining America'' host Billy Dexter and ''Area 53'' host Marvin Trill. Epsilon Program founder Chris Formage is interviewed by Lazlow on the third and final segment of Entertaining America. Dwayne Thorn, from [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Theft_Auto:_Vice_City_Stories_soundtrack#VCPR VCPR] in ''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Theft_Auto:_Vice_City_Stories Vice City Stories]'' also utters the Program's mantra "Kifflom" at one point, as does [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Theft_Auto:_Vice_City_Stories_soundtrack#VCFL VCFL] DJ Tina Jane, who insults the cult. It offers "eternal salvation for those who attend".
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*'''The [[Epsilon Program in 3D Universe|Epsilon Program]]''' ([[Fred Melamed]], three commercials) — A [[wp:Cult|cult]]. Numerous people in the game appear to be members including original ''[[Entertaining America]]'' host [[Billy Dexter]] and ''[[Area 53]]'' host [[Marvin Trill]]. Epsilon Program founder [[Cris Formage]] is interviewed by Lazlow on the third and final segment of Entertaining America. [[Dwayne Thorn]], from [[Vice City Public Radio|VCPR]] in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]]'' also utters the Program's mantra "Kifflom" at one point, as does [[Vice City For Lovers|VCFL]] DJ [[Tina Jane]], who insults the cult. It offers "eternal salvation for those who attend".
*'''Inversion Therapy''' (Danny Burstein) — A form of therapy to overcome rather extreme fears by facing them (for example, if you fear dying, the therapy advises committing suicide to get over it), creator Darius Fontaine calls in on the final ''Entertaining America'', Lazlow having tried the therapy unsuccessfully.
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*'''[[Inversion Therapy]]''' ([[Danny Burstein]]) — A form of therapy to overcome rather extreme fears by facing them (for example, if you fear dying, the therapy advises committing suicide to get over it), creator [[Darius Fontaine]] calls in on the final ''Entertaining America'', Lazlow having tried the therapy unsuccessfully.
*'''Castradon''' — A baldness remedy that [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_castration eliminates] [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Testosterone Testosterone] and attacks the glands that produce it (i.e. the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Testicles testicles]). Castradon is mentioned as a sponsor of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NASCAR car racing] on the second episode of ''The Tight End Zone''.
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*'''[[Castradon]]''' — A baldness remedy that [[wp:Chemical castration|eliminates]] [[wp:Testosterone|Testosterone]] and attacks the glands that produce it (i.e. the testicles). Castradon is mentioned as a sponsor of car racing on the second episode of ''[[The Tight End Zone]]''.
*'''The Cavern of Sorrow''' — A role-playing game spoofing ''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dungeons_%26_Dragons Dungeons & Dragons]''. Playback FM DJ Forth Right MC mentions having to get supplies for a Cavern of Sorrow marathon.
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*'''The [[Cavern of Sorrow]]''' — A role-playing game spoofing ''[[wp:Dungeons & Dragons Dungeons & Dragons|Dungeons & Dragons Dungeons & Dragons]]''. [[Playback FM]] DJ [[Forth Right MC]] mentions having to get supplies for a Cavern of Sorrow marathon.
*'''Ammu-Nation''' — (Intro voiced by Frank Chavez) Advertising guns, telling everyone why they should all buy and own a gun ("Ammu-Nation, protecting your family from the evils of a liberal society"). Commercial for the Ammu-Nation store that is in the game. The Ammu-Nation commercial from ''Vice City'' that is played in the chain can be heard inside all of the stores throughout the state.
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*'''[[Ammu-Nation]]''' — (Intro voiced by [[Frank Chavez]]) Advertising guns, telling everyone why they should all buy and own a gun ("Ammu-Nation, protecting your family from the evils of a liberal society"). Commercial for the Ammu-Nation store that is in the game. The Ammu-Nation commercial from ''GTA Vice City'' that is played in the chain can be heard inside all of the stores throughout the state.
*'''Cluckin' Bell''' (Two commercials) — A commercial for the fried chicken chain in the game, which is a parody of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kentucky_Fried_Chicken KFC]. Sage from Radio X dedicates a song off the station (Primal Scream's "Movin' On Up") to a guy she "did behind the Cluckin' Bell." The commercials make references to KFC's many controversies, including accusations of cruelty to chickens. The advertisement host also says, "If you enjoy it, the chicken didn't die in vain!" and "Suffering never tasted so good!"
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*'''[[Cluckin' Bell]]''' (Two commercials) — A commercial for the fried chicken chain in the game, which is a parody of [[wp:Kentucky Fried Chicken|KFC]]. Sage from Radio X dedicates a song off the station (Primal Scream's "Movin' On Up") to a guy she "did behind the Cluckin' Bell." The commercials make references to KFC's many controversies, including accusations of cruelty to chickens. The advertisement host also says, "If you enjoy it, the chicken didn't die in vain!" and "Suffering never tasted so good!"
*'''Blotto's''' (Three commercials) — A store catering for [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recreational_drug_use daily habits]. At the end of the first Gardening with Maurice show, Maurice briefly mentions Blotto's.
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*'''[[Blotto's]]''' (Three commercials) — A store catering for [[wp:Recreational drug use|daily habits]]. At the end of the first [[Gardening With Maurice]] show, [[Maurice (GTA SA)|Maurice]] briefly mentions Blotto's.
*'''Ultimate Disc in the Dark''' — A [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Fierro San Fierro]-based game where players throw a flying disc in the dark, the object is to catch a disc and run to the goal to score. It is mentioned as a sponsor for the first installment of ''The Wild Traveller''.
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*'''[[Ultimate Disk in the Dark]]''' — A [[San Fierro (3D Universe)|San Fierro]]-based game where players throw a flying disc in the dark, the object is to catch a disc and run to the goal to score. It is mentioned as a sponsor for the first installment of ''[[The Wild Traveler]]''.
 
*'''Bouche Cologne''' — A cologne for the man who wants to feel like a ''real'' man. This is the first of two different colognes that are advertised on the radio within the game. ''Lonely Hearts'' host Christy becomes aroused by Fernando's Bouche cologne in a later Lonely Hearts segment.
 
*'''Bouche Cologne''' — A cologne for the man who wants to feel like a ''real'' man. This is the first of two different colognes that are advertised on the radio within the game. ''Lonely Hearts'' host Christy becomes aroused by Fernando's Bouche cologne in a later Lonely Hearts segment.
*'''My Five Uncles''' — A TV series of which is both a parody of ''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Two_Dads My Two Dads]'' and ''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full_House Full House]''. The show is about an "emotionally abused orphan" teenage girl who is adopted by five gay men. The show is broadcast on the fictional channel "LSBC." CSR DJ Philip "PM" Michaels mentions in his DJ chatter that he auditioned recently for the show.
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*'''[[My Five Uncles]]''' — A TV series of which is both a parody of ''[[wp:My Two Dads|My Two Dads]]'' and ''[[wikipedia:Full_House|Full House]]''. The show is about an "emotionally abused orphan" teenage girl who is adopted by five gay men. The show is broadcast on the fictional channel "LSBC." [[CSR]] DJ [[Phillip "PM" Michaels]] mentions in his DJ chatter that he auditioned recently for the show.
 
*'''Celebrate with Cake''' — (Two commercials) Encourages eating when one is feeling depressed. DJ Philip "PM" Michaels states that he "really wants to sing in that Celebrate with Cake commercial".
 
*'''Celebrate with Cake''' — (Two commercials) Encourages eating when one is feeling depressed. DJ Philip "PM" Michaels states that he "really wants to sing in that Celebrate with Cake commercial".
 
Other Commercials:
 
Other Commercials:
*'''Commemorative Miniatures''' — A historical [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miniature_wargaming miniature wargaming] commercial, selling miniatures soldiers and tanks. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Armstrong_Custer General Custer], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napoleon_I_of_France Napoleon], the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charge_of_the_Light_Brigade Charge of the Light Brigade] and the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trail_of_Tears Trail of Tears] are mentioned.
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*'''Commemorative Miniatures''' — A historical [[wp:Miniature wargaming|miniature wargaming]] commercial, selling miniatures soldiers and tanks. [[wp:George Armstrong Custer|General Custer]], [[wp:Napoleon I of France|Napoleon]], the [[wp:Charge of the Light Brigade|Charge of the Light Brigade]] and the [[wp:Trail of Tears|Trail of Tears]] are mentioned.
*'''Law''' (Jeff Berlin, three commercials) — Legal drama series broadcast on Thursdays on cable channel Weasel. A parody to legal shows such as [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L.A._Law L.A. Law]. "Catch it Thursdays on Weasel, before it catches you!"
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*'''[[Law]]''' (Jeff Berlin, three commercials) — Legal drama series broadcast on Thursdays on cable channel [[Weasel]]. A parody to legal shows such as [[wp:L.A. Law|L.A. Law]]. "Catch it Thursdays on Weasel, before it catches you!"
*'''Intergalactic Wrestling Title''' — A spoof of American [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Professional_wrestling professional wrestling] that is also broadcast on Weasel.
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*'''[[Intergalactic Wrestling Title]]''' — A spoof of American [[wp:Professional wrestling|professional wrestling]] that is also broadcast on Weasel.
*'''Proposition 832''' — [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bigotry B.I.G.O.T.] (Ban Immigration [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Permanent_Resident_Card Green Cards] Outright Today) An organization aiming to ban immigration and instead create a new status for illegal aliens, whereby "while they're here, they have no rights." The ad also claims, "If we give them green cards, soon they’ll be just like us - overweight, unhappy, and too lazy to do menial tasks."
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*'''Proposition 832''' — [[wp:Bigotry|B.I.G.O.T.]] (Ban Immigration [[wp:United States Permanent Resident Card|Green Cards]] Outright Today) An organization aiming to ban immigration and instead create a new status for illegal aliens, whereby "while they're here, they have no rights." The ad also claims, "If we give them green cards, soon they’ll be just like us - overweight, unhappy, and too lazy to do menial tasks."
 
*'''Proposition 602''' — A proposition to end mass-transit, converting bus-lanes and train tracks into more roads for the benefit of car owners.
 
*'''Proposition 602''' — A proposition to end mass-transit, converting bus-lanes and train tracks into more roads for the benefit of car owners.
*'''Commando Pest Eradication''' — A radical team of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vietnam_veteran Vietnam veterans] acting as insect exterminators. "It's the War on Nature; and this time, we're winning."
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*'''Commando Pest Eradication''' — A radical team of [[wp:Vietnam veteran|Vietnam veterans]] acting as insect exterminators. "It's the War on Nature; and this time, we're winning."
 
*'''Dreamakers''' — Talent agency where nobodies are trained to become "stars". Based in Vinewood.
 
*'''Dreamakers''' — Talent agency where nobodies are trained to become "stars". Based in Vinewood.
*'''eXsorbeo''' — A portable game console. The commercial equates playing games on the system with masturbation, with such lines as, "Look mom, I'm playing with myself!" and "don't play too long or you'll go blind". The console has its own [http://www.exsorbeo.com website].
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*'''[[EXsorbeo]]''' — A portable game console. The commercial equates playing games on the system with masturbation, with such lines as, "Look mom, I'm playing with myself!" and "don't play too long or you'll go blind". The console has its own [http://www.exsorbeo.com website].
 
*'''Tropicarcinoma''' — Anti-tan-cream made from coconut oil, zinc, aluminum, boron, magnesium, and other volatile metals.
 
*'''Tropicarcinoma''' — Anti-tan-cream made from coconut oil, zinc, aluminum, boron, magnesium, and other volatile metals.
*'''Crimson Executive Spouse Indemnity Services''' (1-866-505-CRIM) — Easily obtainable legal service offering life insurance policies for husbands in case their wives suffer terrible "accidents" (similar to the D'Leo and Thurax commercial from ''GTA: Vice City''.) The customers in both testimonials are strongly implied to have murdered their spouses to cash in on their new insurance coverage. Possibly a reference to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monty_Python Monty Python]'s [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crimson_Permanent_Assurance Crimson Permanent Assurance].
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*'''Crimson Executive Spouse Indemnity Services''' (1-866-505-CRIM) — Easily obtainable legal service offering life insurance policies for husbands in case their wives suffer terrible "accidents" (similar to the D'Leo and Thurax commercial from ''GTA Vice City''.) The customers in both testimonials are strongly implied to have murdered their spouses to cash in on their new insurance coverage. Possibly a reference to [[wp:Monty Python|Monty Python]]'s [[wp:Crimson Permanent Assurance|Crimson Permanent Assurance]].
*'''Mike Andrews''' (Two commercials) — A [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Robbins self-help guru] promoting a "less is more" approach to wealth for the poor.
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*'''[[Mike Andrews]]''' (Two commercials) — A [[wp:Tony Robbins|self-help guru]] promoting a "less is more" approach to wealth for the poor.
*'''Kilimanjaro''' (Two commercials) — A clothes shop "for the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obesity bigger men]."
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*'''[[Kilimanjaro]]''' (Two commercials) — A clothes shop "for the [[wp:Obesity bigger men|Obesity bigger men]]."
*'''Eris Pump Up Shoes''' — A sports shoe commercial which parodies the mid-90s obsession with [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reebok_Pump Reebok Pump] shoes. The Eris brand previously featured in a commercial in ''GTA III''. The advertising was voiced by Sean R. Lynch.
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*'''[[Eris]] Pump Up Shoes''' — A sports shoe commercial which parodies the mid-90s obsession with [[wp:Reebok Pump|Reebok Pump]] shoes. The Eris brand previously featured in a commercial in ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]''. The advertising was voiced by Sean R. Lynch.
*'''Creative Plastic Surgery''' — A [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plastic_surgery plastic surgery] clinic promoting unusual changes such as tails or a third breast.
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*'''Creative Plastic Surgery''' — A [[wp:Plastic surgery|plastic surgery]] clinic promoting unusual changes such as tails or a third breast.
*'''American Bank of Los Santos''' — A commercial about bank loans, has the same music as the Little Lacy Surprise ad in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
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*'''[[American Bank of Los Santos]]''' — A commercial about bank loans, has the same music as the [[Little Lacy Surprise]] ad in ''GTA Vice City Stories.''
 
*'''San Andreas Telephone''' — (Four commercials) The commercials parody numerous "stay in touch with loved ones" phone company advertising campaigns.
 
*'''San Andreas Telephone''' — (Four commercials) The commercials parody numerous "stay in touch with loved ones" phone company advertising campaigns.
*'''Glory Hole Theme Park''' — (Mike Blakeney, two commercials) A theme park that caters to unconventional sexual behavior but presents itself as a family amusement park. "Gloryhole! Where strangers become friends! Gloryhole! You don't need to know names!"
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*'''[[Glory Hole Theme Park]]''' — (Mike Blakeney, two commercials) A theme park that caters to unconventional sexual behavior but presents itself as a family amusement park. "Gloryhole! Where strangers become friends! Gloryhole! You don't need to know names!"
*'''Special Needs Cop''' (Randy Perlstein, Jeff Berlin, Ron Reeve, Mike, Chris and James Ferrante and Chris Silvestro) — A movie starring action star Jack Howitzer (from the "Exploder" movie in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vice_City Vice City]) as a cop going undercover in a school for special-needs kids. A spoof on ''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kindergarten_Cop Kindergarten Cop]''.
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*'''[[Special Needs Cop]]''' ([[Randy Pearlstein]], Jeff Berlin, Ron Reeve, Mike, Chris and James Ferrante and Chris Silvestro) — A movie starring action star [[Jack Howitzer]] (from the "[[Exploder]]" movie in [[Vice City (3D Universe)|Vice City]]) as a cop going undercover in a school for special-needs kids. A spoof on ''[[wp:Kindergarten Cop|Kindergarten Cop]]''.
*'''Carcer City''' — Commercial advertising [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carcer_City Carcer City] as a holiday destination for those who are "tired of all the sunshine and good weather." Carcer City was the setting of the Rockstar Games title ''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manhunt_%28video_game%29 Manhunt]''.
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*'''[[Carcer City]]''' — Commercial advertising Carcer City as a holiday destination for those who are "tired of all the sunshine and good weather". Carcer City was the setting of the Rockstar Games title ''[[Manhunt]]''.
*'''Shine by Helmut Schein''' — Designer perfume. Voiced by Jodie Shawback. Shawback also plays the Radio X DJ 'Sage.' She is the only in-game DJ to also be in an in-game radio commercial.
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*'''Shine by Helmut Schein''' — Designer perfume. Voiced by Jodie Shawback. Shawback also voices the [[Radio-X]] DJ '[[Sage]]'. She is the only in-game DJ to also be in an in-game radio commercial.
 
*'''Renegade Cologne''' (Jeff Berlin) — "For the man who wants to reek of masculinity."
 
*'''Renegade Cologne''' (Jeff Berlin) — "For the man who wants to reek of masculinity."
*'''Sooth''' — A hallucinogenic cold and cough syrup made from [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Codeine codeine], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morphine morphine], and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcohol alcohol]. Also available for children as Sooth Junior. May be partially inspired by "[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purple_drank purple drank]", a recreational drug popular in Southern hip-hop culture.
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*'''[[Sooth]]''' — A hallucinogenic cold and cough syrup made from [[wp:odeine|codeine]], [[wp:Morphine|morphine]], and [[wp:Alcohol|alcohol]]. Also available for children as Sooth Junior. May be partially inspired by [[wikipedia:Purple_drank|purple drank]], a recreational drug popular in Southern hip-hop culture.
 
*'''Rapidyke''' — The do-it-yourself sexual realignment kit: the quickest and latest way to change your sex. "It's just snip, chop, stuff & swallow. Four quick actions with amazing effects."
 
*'''Rapidyke''' — The do-it-yourself sexual realignment kit: the quickest and latest way to change your sex. "It's just snip, chop, stuff & swallow. Four quick actions with amazing effects."
*'''Herr Gruber's Spa''' — An international spa business owned by Herr Gruber, who has opened spas all around the world including such countries as [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germany Germany], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Switzerland Switzerland] & [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazil Brazil]
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*'''Herr Gruber's Spa''' — An international spa business owned by Herr Gruber, who has opened spas all around the world including such countries as [[Germany]], [[wp:Switzerland|Switzerland]] and [[Brazil]].
*'''Sprunk''' — An explosive re-energizing [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soft_drink soft drink] carbonated with [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ether ether]. The Sprunk logo and colour scheme bear a strong resemblance to those of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprite_%28soft_drink%29 Sprite]. A Sprunk factory can be found situated in one of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_County Red County]'s country villages. There is also a Sprunk advertising board in Los Santos, which CJ crashes a car into during the mission "Reuniting the Families" (''Reuniting the Families''), the catch phrase on the board originally said ''A Taste of Things to Come'', but after the crash, only the words ''A Taste of Come'' is left, referring to the word cum: ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ejaculation ejaculation] - [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semen semen]). A commercial is heard on the radio, saying that Sprunk now has a grenade shaped can. A radio ad for a Sprunk sweepstakes offers customers a chance to win a real box of grenades.
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*'''[[Sprunk]]''' — An explosive re-energizing [[wp:Soft drink|soft drink]] carbonated with [[wp:Ether|ether]]. The Sprunk logo and colour scheme bear a strong resemblance to those of [[wp:Sprite (soft drink)|Sprite]]. A Sprunk factory can be found situated in one of [[Red County]]'s country villages. There is also a Sprunk advertising board in Los Santos, which CJ crashes a car into during the mission "[[Reuniting the Families]]", the catch phrase on the board originally said ''A Taste of Things to Come'', but after the crash, only the words ''A Taste of Come'' is left, referring to the word cum: ([[wp:Ejaculation|ejaculation]] - [[wp:Semen|semen]]). A commercial is heard on the radio, saying that Sprunk now has a grenade shaped can. A radio ad for a Sprunk sweepstakes offers customers a chance to win a real box of grenades.
*'''Grin''' — A medication that cures the depression and anxiety that one gets from living life in the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suburbs suburbs].
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*'''[[Grin]]''' — A medication that cures the depression and anxiety that one gets from living life in the [[wp:Suburbs|suburbs]].
*'''Ice Diamonds/De Koch Diamonds''' — The perfect gift for your partner: "chill that bitch out, with ice."
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*'''Ice Diamonds/[[De Koch Diamonds]]''' — The perfect gift for your partner: "chill that bitch out, with ice."
*'''Fokari Film''' — Photographic film developing company. "Memories are forever...sort of"
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*'''Fokari Film''' — Photographic film developing company. "Memories are forever...sort of."
 
*'''Abbigo Brokerage and Pawn''' — Trade in absolutely anything in exchange for cash.
 
*'''Abbigo Brokerage and Pawn''' — Trade in absolutely anything in exchange for cash.
*'''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lager Logger] Beer''' (Ed MacMann) — "The beer that brought the forest down!"
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*'''[[Logger Beer]]''' (Ed MacMann) — "The beer that brought the forest down!"
*'''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lager Logger] Light''' (Ed MacMann) — A low [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calorie calorie] diet version which "facilitate[s] alcoholism without the attendant weight gain."
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*'''Logger Light''' (Ed MacMann) — A low [[wp:Calorie|calorie]] diet version which "facilitate[s] alcoholism without the attendant weight gain."
*'''Redwood Cigarettes''' — A brand of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cigarette cigarette] that "helps cure stress." With sponsorship of Los Santos City Marathon.
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*'''Redwood Cigarettes''' — A brand of [[wp:Cigarette|cigarette]] that "helps cure stress". With sponsorship of Los Santos City Marathon.
 
*'''Don't let Your Children Ride Bicycles''' — Do the motherly thing and buy your child an over-powered sports car instead of a bike. A public service announcement sponsored by The Governor’s Office of San Andreas, in association with Maibatsu Cars of America.
 
*'''Don't let Your Children Ride Bicycles''' — Do the motherly thing and buy your child an over-powered sports car instead of a bike. A public service announcement sponsored by The Governor’s Office of San Andreas, in association with Maibatsu Cars of America.
 
*'''Lustrious''' — (Two commercials) A hair styling product.
 
*'''Lustrious''' — (Two commercials) A hair styling product.
*'''The Crazy Cat''' — A strip club where the women know how to entertain "gentlemen."
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*'''The Crazy Cat''' — A strip club where the women know how to entertain "gentlemen".
 
*'''Executive Intruder Extermination Services''' — Personal security service offering protection for wealthy paranoids.
 
*'''Executive Intruder Extermination Services''' — Personal security service offering protection for wealthy paranoids.
 
*'''Janus''' — Service to help people alienate their family to protect their new west coast identities.
 
*'''Janus''' — Service to help people alienate their family to protect their new west coast identities.
*'''Hampshire Nannies''' — Company offering strict classical British style nannies. The narrator is "Freddy," the nanny and spanking obsessed caller in previous GTA games.
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*'''[[Hampshire Nannies]]''' — Company offering strict classical British style nannies. The narrator is "[[Freddy (GTA III)|Freddy]]", the nanny and spanking obsessed caller in previous ''[[Grand Theft Auto]]'' games.
*'''Starfish Resort and Casino''' — Casino targeting children as well as adults.
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*'''[[Starfish Resort and Casino]]''' — Casino targeting children as well as adults.
*'''Join the Military''' — Recruiting commercial for the military with the usual GTA touch.
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*'''Join the Military''' — Recruiting commercial for the military with the usual ''GTA'' touch.
*'''Midlife Crisis Center''' — Services provided for middle aged men who want to regain their youth. (Specializing in real estate, divorce attorneys, mistress placement, plastic surgery, hair colouring and replacement and male fur coats.) "Come with your wife, leave with a sports car."
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*'''Midlife Crisis Center''' — Services provided for middle aged men who want to regain their youth. (Specializing in real estate, divorce attorneys, mistress placement, plastic surgery, hair colouring and replacement, and male fur coats.) "Come with your wife, leave with a sports car."
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* Many songs on the game have songs that interpolate or sample them, which are also in the game, or featured in other [[Grand Theft Auto|GTA]] games.
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* Many songs on the game have songs that interpolate or sample them, which are also in the game, or featured in other [[Grand Theft Auto|''GTA'']] games.
* Some of the DJs will provide weather "forecasts" and warnings on air. However, they never mention the sandstorms in [[Tierra Robada]]/[[Bone County]]/[[Las Venturas]] area.
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* Some of the DJs will provide weather "forecasts" and warnings on air. However, they never mention the sandstorms in [[Tierra Robada]]/[[Bone County]]/[[Las Venturas (3D Universe)|Las Venturas]] area.
 
* Early reviews state that [[Flash FM]] and Hit Radio were planned, but dropped during development.
 
* Early reviews state that [[Flash FM]] and Hit Radio were planned, but dropped during development.
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* Only two radio stations from [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|''GTA San Andreas'']] were added onto [[Grand Theft Auto V|''Grand Theft Auto V'']], and those two stations are [[Radio Los Santos]] and [[WCTR]].
 
* When pausing for a long time, CJ can be heard singing several songs that appear on the game's radio stations.
 
* When pausing for a long time, CJ can be heard singing several songs that appear on the game's radio stations.
* The song "Cult Of Personality" sang by Living Colour is currently the theme song for World Wrestling Entertainment superstar Phillip Brooks who goes by the ring name of CM Punk.
 
 
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The soundtrack of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, which is set in 1992 in the West Coast state of San Andreas, is made up of in-game radio stations which play a variety of music from various genres. In addition to contemporary 1990s music, music from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s is also included. The standalone version of the soundtrack was released on November 23, 2004.

The player can listen to the following radio stations:

The songs are listed in the same order as they appear in the game manual. However, the game itself randomizes the playlist, DJ commentary during and between songs, and other aspects such as weather reports. Some stations, most notably WCTR, changes its programming as the game progresses, sometimes reflecting events within the game or subplots occurring within the radio programming.

On 26 October 2014, GTA San Andreas was re-released as a download for the Xbox 360 to celebrate the game's 10th anniversary. However, some songs were excluded from the re-release. These songs are marked with an *.

Radio stationsEdit

Playback FMEdit

Playback FM

Playback FM is hosted by Forth Right MC (voiced by Chuck D) and plays golden age rap and hip-hop.

K RoseEdit

K-Rose

K Rose is a classic country station hosted by Mary-Beth Maybell (voiced by Riette Burdick), and broadcasting from Bone County.

K-DSTEdit

K-DST

K-DST ("The Dust") is a classic rock radio station, hosted by Tommy "The Nightmare" Smith and broadcasting from Los Santos.

Bounce FMEdit

Bounce FM

Bounce FM is a funk radio station hosted by The Funktipus (voiced by George Clinton).

SF-UREdit

SF-UR

San Fierro Underground Radio (SF-UR) is a San Fierro-based house music station hosted by Hans Oberlander (voiced by Lloyd Floyd).

Radio Los SantosEdit

Radio Los Santos

Radio Los Santos is a West Coast hip-hop radio station hosted by Julio G and broadcasting from Los Santos.

Radio XEdit

Radiox

Radio X is an alternative rock radio station hosted by Sage (voiced by Jodie Shawback).

CSR 103.9Edit

Csr

Contemporary Soul Radio 103.9 (CSR) is a new jack swing radio station hosted by Phillip "PM" Michaels (voiced by Michael Bivins) and broadcasting from San Fierro.

K-Jah WestEdit

Kjahwest

K-Jah West is a reggae radio station hosted by Marshall Peters & Johnny Lawton (voiced by Lowell Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare respectively).

Master Sounds 98.3Edit

Mastersounds

Master Sounds 98.3 is a rare groove radio station hosted by Johnny "The Love Giant" Parkinson (voiced by Ricky Harris).

WCTREdit

West Coast Talk Radio

West Coast Talk Radio, abbreviated as WCTR, is a talk radio station broadcasting from Los Santos.

Various intros, outros and comments are delivered by Barbara Fox.

User Track Player/MixtapeEdit

User-Track-Player-Logo
Radio TPLAYER

For GTA San Andreas, music files may be placed in a "User Tracks" folder, located in its GTA "User Files" folders within My Documents. It can only be used for Xbox and Windows, both made by Microsoft.

The iOS version of GTA San Andreas replaces the User Track Player with Mixtape. Mixtapes are created by naming an iTunes playlist "GTASA" (without quotes). All songs on the playlist will be played on the Mixtape station.

Radio CommercialsEdit

Commercials that reference events in game:

  • Zebra Bar (Ed McMann; two commercials) — An exotic chocolate bar that mixes white chocolate with dark chocolate. It is mentioned in the first WCTR news bulletin that a protest outside the Zebra Bar Candy Company was occurring.
  • Proposition 421 — A proposition against smoking, which would allow a citizen to legally shoot and kill a smoker in self-defense. The name is a possible reference to 420, a slang for marijuana.
  • The Epsilon Program (Fred Melamed, three commercials) — A cult. Numerous people in the game appear to be members including original Entertaining America host Billy Dexter and Area 53 host Marvin Trill. Epsilon Program founder Cris Formage is interviewed by Lazlow on the third and final segment of Entertaining America. Dwayne Thorn, from VCPR in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories also utters the Program's mantra "Kifflom" at one point, as does VCFL DJ Tina Jane, who insults the cult. It offers "eternal salvation for those who attend".
  • Inversion Therapy (Danny Burstein) — A form of therapy to overcome rather extreme fears by facing them (for example, if you fear dying, the therapy advises committing suicide to get over it), creator Darius Fontaine calls in on the final Entertaining America, Lazlow having tried the therapy unsuccessfully.
  • Castradon — A baldness remedy that eliminates Testosterone and attacks the glands that produce it (i.e. the testicles). Castradon is mentioned as a sponsor of car racing on the second episode of The Tight End Zone.
  • The Cavern of Sorrow — A role-playing game spoofing Dungeons & Dragons Dungeons & Dragons. Playback FM DJ Forth Right MC mentions having to get supplies for a Cavern of Sorrow marathon.
  • Ammu-Nation — (Intro voiced by Frank Chavez) Advertising guns, telling everyone why they should all buy and own a gun ("Ammu-Nation, protecting your family from the evils of a liberal society"). Commercial for the Ammu-Nation store that is in the game. The Ammu-Nation commercial from GTA Vice City that is played in the chain can be heard inside all of the stores throughout the state.
  • Cluckin' Bell (Two commercials) — A commercial for the fried chicken chain in the game, which is a parody of KFC. Sage from Radio X dedicates a song off the station (Primal Scream's "Movin' On Up") to a guy she "did behind the Cluckin' Bell." The commercials make references to KFC's many controversies, including accusations of cruelty to chickens. The advertisement host also says, "If you enjoy it, the chicken didn't die in vain!" and "Suffering never tasted so good!"
  • Blotto's (Three commercials) — A store catering for daily habits. At the end of the first Gardening With Maurice show, Maurice briefly mentions Blotto's.
  • Ultimate Disk in the Dark — A San Fierro-based game where players throw a flying disc in the dark, the object is to catch a disc and run to the goal to score. It is mentioned as a sponsor for the first installment of The Wild Traveler.
  • Bouche Cologne — A cologne for the man who wants to feel like a real man. This is the first of two different colognes that are advertised on the radio within the game. Lonely Hearts host Christy becomes aroused by Fernando's Bouche cologne in a later Lonely Hearts segment.
  • My Five Uncles — A TV series of which is both a parody of My Two Dads and Full House. The show is about an "emotionally abused orphan" teenage girl who is adopted by five gay men. The show is broadcast on the fictional channel "LSBC." CSR DJ Phillip "PM" Michaels mentions in his DJ chatter that he auditioned recently for the show.
  • Celebrate with Cake — (Two commercials) Encourages eating when one is feeling depressed. DJ Philip "PM" Michaels states that he "really wants to sing in that Celebrate with Cake commercial".

Other Commercials:

  • Commemorative Miniatures — A historical miniature wargaming commercial, selling miniatures soldiers and tanks. General Custer, Napoleon, the Charge of the Light Brigade and the Trail of Tears are mentioned.
  • Law (Jeff Berlin, three commercials) — Legal drama series broadcast on Thursdays on cable channel Weasel. A parody to legal shows such as L.A. Law. "Catch it Thursdays on Weasel, before it catches you!"
  • Intergalactic Wrestling Title — A spoof of American professional wrestling that is also broadcast on Weasel.
  • Proposition 832B.I.G.O.T. (Ban Immigration Green Cards Outright Today) An organization aiming to ban immigration and instead create a new status for illegal aliens, whereby "while they're here, they have no rights." The ad also claims, "If we give them green cards, soon they’ll be just like us - overweight, unhappy, and too lazy to do menial tasks."
  • Proposition 602 — A proposition to end mass-transit, converting bus-lanes and train tracks into more roads for the benefit of car owners.
  • Commando Pest Eradication — A radical team of Vietnam veterans acting as insect exterminators. "It's the War on Nature; and this time, we're winning."
  • Dreamakers — Talent agency where nobodies are trained to become "stars". Based in Vinewood.
  • EXsorbeo — A portable game console. The commercial equates playing games on the system with masturbation, with such lines as, "Look mom, I'm playing with myself!" and "don't play too long or you'll go blind". The console has its own website.
  • Tropicarcinoma — Anti-tan-cream made from coconut oil, zinc, aluminum, boron, magnesium, and other volatile metals.
  • Crimson Executive Spouse Indemnity Services (1-866-505-CRIM) — Easily obtainable legal service offering life insurance policies for husbands in case their wives suffer terrible "accidents" (similar to the D'Leo and Thurax commercial from GTA Vice City.) The customers in both testimonials are strongly implied to have murdered their spouses to cash in on their new insurance coverage. Possibly a reference to Monty Python's Crimson Permanent Assurance.
  • Mike Andrews (Two commercials) — A self-help guru promoting a "less is more" approach to wealth for the poor.
  • Kilimanjaro (Two commercials) — A clothes shop "for the Obesity bigger men."
  • Eris Pump Up Shoes — A sports shoe commercial which parodies the mid-90s obsession with Reebok Pump shoes. The Eris brand previously featured in a commercial in Grand Theft Auto III. The advertising was voiced by Sean R. Lynch.
  • Creative Plastic Surgery — A plastic surgery clinic promoting unusual changes such as tails or a third breast.
  • American Bank of Los Santos — A commercial about bank loans, has the same music as the Little Lacy Surprise ad in GTA Vice City Stories.
  • San Andreas Telephone — (Four commercials) The commercials parody numerous "stay in touch with loved ones" phone company advertising campaigns.
  • Glory Hole Theme Park — (Mike Blakeney, two commercials) A theme park that caters to unconventional sexual behavior but presents itself as a family amusement park. "Gloryhole! Where strangers become friends! Gloryhole! You don't need to know names!"
  • Special Needs Cop (Randy Pearlstein, Jeff Berlin, Ron Reeve, Mike, Chris and James Ferrante and Chris Silvestro) — A movie starring action star Jack Howitzer (from the "Exploder" movie in Vice City) as a cop going undercover in a school for special-needs kids. A spoof on Kindergarten Cop.
  • Carcer City — Commercial advertising Carcer City as a holiday destination for those who are "tired of all the sunshine and good weather". Carcer City was the setting of the Rockstar Games title Manhunt.
  • Shine by Helmut Schein — Designer perfume. Voiced by Jodie Shawback. Shawback also voices the Radio-X DJ 'Sage'. She is the only in-game DJ to also be in an in-game radio commercial.
  • Renegade Cologne (Jeff Berlin) — "For the man who wants to reek of masculinity."
  • Sooth — A hallucinogenic cold and cough syrup made from codeine, morphine, and alcohol. Also available for children as Sooth Junior. May be partially inspired by purple drank, a recreational drug popular in Southern hip-hop culture.
  • Rapidyke — The do-it-yourself sexual realignment kit: the quickest and latest way to change your sex. "It's just snip, chop, stuff & swallow. Four quick actions with amazing effects."
  • Herr Gruber's Spa — An international spa business owned by Herr Gruber, who has opened spas all around the world including such countries as Germany, Switzerland and Brazil.
  • Sprunk — An explosive re-energizing soft drink carbonated with ether. The Sprunk logo and colour scheme bear a strong resemblance to those of Sprite. A Sprunk factory can be found situated in one of Red County's country villages. There is also a Sprunk advertising board in Los Santos, which CJ crashes a car into during the mission "Reuniting the Families", the catch phrase on the board originally said A Taste of Things to Come, but after the crash, only the words A Taste of Come is left, referring to the word cum: (ejaculation - semen). A commercial is heard on the radio, saying that Sprunk now has a grenade shaped can. A radio ad for a Sprunk sweepstakes offers customers a chance to win a real box of grenades.
  • Grin — A medication that cures the depression and anxiety that one gets from living life in the suburbs.
  • Ice Diamonds/De Koch Diamonds — The perfect gift for your partner: "chill that bitch out, with ice."
  • Fokari Film — Photographic film developing company. "Memories are forever...sort of."
  • Abbigo Brokerage and Pawn — Trade in absolutely anything in exchange for cash.
  • Logger Beer (Ed MacMann) — "The beer that brought the forest down!"
  • Logger Light (Ed MacMann) — A low calorie diet version which "facilitate[s] alcoholism without the attendant weight gain."
  • Redwood Cigarettes — A brand of cigarette that "helps cure stress". With sponsorship of Los Santos City Marathon.
  • Don't let Your Children Ride Bicycles — Do the motherly thing and buy your child an over-powered sports car instead of a bike. A public service announcement sponsored by The Governor’s Office of San Andreas, in association with Maibatsu Cars of America.
  • Lustrious — (Two commercials) A hair styling product.
  • The Crazy Cat — A strip club where the women know how to entertain "gentlemen".
  • Executive Intruder Extermination Services — Personal security service offering protection for wealthy paranoids.
  • Janus — Service to help people alienate their family to protect their new west coast identities.
  • Hampshire Nannies — Company offering strict classical British style nannies. The narrator is "Freddy", the nanny and spanking obsessed caller in previous Grand Theft Auto games.
  • Starfish Resort and Casino — Casino targeting children as well as adults.
  • Join the Military — Recruiting commercial for the military with the usual GTA touch.
  • Midlife Crisis Center — Services provided for middle aged men who want to regain their youth. (Specializing in real estate, divorce attorneys, mistress placement, plastic surgery, hair colouring and replacement, and male fur coats.) "Come with your wife, leave with a sports car."

VideoEdit

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70 GTA San Andreas Radio Commercials

70 Radio Commercials in GTA San Andreas

TriviaEdit

  • Many songs on the game have songs that interpolate or sample them, which are also in the game, or featured in other GTA games.
  • Some of the DJs will provide weather "forecasts" and warnings on air. However, they never mention the sandstorms in Tierra Robada/Bone County/Las Venturas area.
  • Early reviews state that Flash FM and Hit Radio were planned, but dropped during development.
  • Only two radio stations from GTA San Andreas were added onto Grand Theft Auto V, and those two stations are Radio Los Santos and WCTR.
  • When pausing for a long time, CJ can be heard singing several songs that appear on the game's radio stations.

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