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|name = San Juan Sounds
 
|name = San Juan Sounds
 
|image = San Juan Sounds.png
 
|image = San Juan Sounds.png
|location = Algonquin,Liberty City
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|location = [[Algonquin]], [[Liberty City (HD Universe)|Liberty City]]
|genre = Spanish/Reggaeton
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|genre = Reggaeton, Merengue, Latin Hip-hop, Bachata
|games = [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City]], [[The Lost and Damned]] and [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]]
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|games = ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City]], [[The Lost and Damned]]'' and ''[[The Ballad of Gay Tony]]''
|host = [[Daddy Yankee]]}}'''San Juan Sounds '''is a [[Radio Stations in GTA IV|radio station]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] and [[GTA IV Episodes|Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City]]. Each stand-alone game has an exclusive tracklist, but downloading [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]] for Grand Theft Auto IV updates the station with all songs.
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|host = [[Daddy Yankee]] (GTA IV)<br>[[Henry Santos]] (EFLC)
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}}
   
GTA IV marked the debut of reggaeton & Latin American music in the GTA series (since [[Radio Espantoso]] in [[GTA Vice City]] and [[GTA: Vice City Stories]]). This addition illustrates the influence of Latin American culture in [[wp:New York City|New York City]] and thus, its in-game representative of [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]].
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'''San Juan Sounds '''is a [[Radio Stations in GTA IV|radio station]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV|''Grand Theft Auto IV'']] an''d [[GTA IV Episodes|Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City]]''. Each stand-alone game has an exclusive tracklist, but downloading [[The Ballad of Gay Tony|''The Ballad of Gay Tony'']] for Grand Theft Auto IV updates the station with all songs.
   
This is [[Luis Fernando Lopez|Luis Fernando Lopez's]] favorite radio station as it is played in [[Luis' Apartment|his house]] and in [[Armando Torres|Armando's]] [[Cavalcade]] in any [[Drug Wars|Drug War]].
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GTA IV marked the debut of reggaeton & Latin American music in the GTA series (since [[Radio Espantoso]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|GTA Vice City]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA Vice City Stories]]). This addition illustrates the influence of Latin American culture in [[wp:New York City|New York City]] and thus, its in-game representative of [[Liberty City (HD Universe)|Liberty City]].
   
The name refers to the famous Puerto Rican capital city San Juan, where Reggeaton music originated back in the early 90's before its mainstream crossover success in mid-00's U.S. San Juan Sounds is also called Santiago sounds, as San Juan plays music from the Domincan Republic and The Carribean. The station is mostly based of one of the three spanish radio stations in NYC, One of them is La Que Buena.
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This is [[Luis Fernando Lopez|Luis Fernando Lopez's]] favorite radio station as it is played in [[Luis' Apartment|his apartment]] and in [[Armando Torres|Armando's]] [[Cavalcade]] in any [[Drug Wars|Drug War]].
   
The radio station is sponsored by [[Las Fuego|Las Fuego&nbsp;energy]] drink.
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The name refers to the [[Puerto Rico|Puerto Rican]] capital city San Juan, where Reggaeton music originated back in the early 90's before its mainstream crossover success in mid-00's U.S. The station is mostly based of one of the three spanish radio stations in NYC, One of them is La Que Buena.
   
This station was "criticized" by some players due to reggaeton being a genre that many dislike, especially in South America.
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The radio station is sponsored by [[Las Fuego]] energy drink.
   
Tracklist
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==Tracklist==
   
 
'''Exclusive to Grand Theft Auto IV. '''Hosted by Daddy Yankee who is a famous Reggaeton artist and is one of the pioneers of Reggaeton since it's creation in Puerto Rico in the early 90's. All songs on the station are pure Reggeaton with the exceptions of Voltio and Wisin y Yandel whose songs contain more of an electro-hop/ electronica sound, respectively. All songs are played randomly and commercials are included.
 
'''Exclusive to Grand Theft Auto IV. '''Hosted by Daddy Yankee who is a famous Reggaeton artist and is one of the pioneers of Reggaeton since it's creation in Puerto Rico in the early 90's. All songs on the station are pure Reggeaton with the exceptions of Voltio and Wisin y Yandel whose songs contain more of an electro-hop/ electronica sound, respectively. All songs are played randomly and commercials are included.
 
* [[wp:Calle 13 (band)|Calle 13]] - "[[wp:Atrévete-te-te|Atrévete-te-te]]" (2005)
 
* [[wp:Calle 13 (band)|Calle 13]] - "[[wp:Atrévete-te-te|Atrévete-te-te]]" (2005)
* [[wp:Daddy Yankee|Daddy Yankee]] - "[[wp:Impacto|Impacto]]" (2007)
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* [[Daddy Yankee]] - "[[wp:Impacto|Impacto]]" (2007)
 
* [[wp:Héctor Delgado|Hector El Father]] - "Maldades" (2006)
 
* [[wp:Héctor Delgado|Hector El Father]] - "Maldades" (2006)
 
* [[wp:Voltio|Voltio]] feat. [[wp:Jowell & Randy|Jowell &amp; Randy]] - "[[wp:Pónmela|Pónmela]]" (2007)
 
* [[wp:Voltio|Voltio]] feat. [[wp:Jowell & Randy|Jowell &amp; Randy]] - "[[wp:Pónmela|Pónmela]]" (2007)
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* [[wp:Angel y Khriz|Angel y Khriz]] - "Ven Báilalo" (2004)
 
* [[wp:Angel y Khriz|Angel y Khriz]] - "Ven Báilalo" (2004)
   
'''Exclusive to [[GTA IV Episodes|Episodes from Liberty City]] and [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]]. '''The Santiago Mix hosted by Henry Santos who's a member of the Bachata group Aventura (who has a song featured in the playlist). The playlist contains less Reggaeton and features more Latin Pop, Electronica, and Bachata. Since the segment is one continuous mix, there is no commercials.
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'''Exclusive to [[GTA IV Episodes|Episodes from Liberty City]] and [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]]. '''The Santiago Mix hosted by Henry Santos who's a member of the Bachata group Aventura (who has a song featured in the playlist). The playlist contains less Reggaeton and features more music from Dominican Republic, such as Merengue and Bachata. Since the segment is one continuous mix, there is no commercials.
* [[wp:Ivy Queen|Ivy Queen]] - "Dime" (2004)
 
* [[wp:Aventura|Aventura]] - "El Desprecio" (2009 - anachronism)
 
* [[wp:Fulanito|Fulanito]] - "Guallando" (1997)
 
* [[wp:Tego Calderón|Tego Calderón]] (feat. [[wp:Oscar D'León|Oscar D'León]]) - "Llora, Llora" (2006)
 
* [[wp:Wisin & Yandel|Wisin &amp; Yandel]] (feat. [[wp:Nesty "La Mente Maestra"|DJ Nesty]]) - "[[wp:Me Estás Tentando|Me Estás Tentando]]" (2008)
 
* [[wp:Angel y Khriz|Angel y Khriz]] (feat. Gocho & John Eric) - "Na De Na" (2008)
 
 
* [[wp:Elvis Crespo|Elvis Crespo]] - "[[wp:Suavemente (song)|Suavemente]]" (1998)
 
* [[wp:Elvis Crespo|Elvis Crespo]] - "[[wp:Suavemente (song)|Suavemente]]" (1998)
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* [[wp:Angel y Khriz|Angel y Khriz]] (feat. Gocho & John Eric) - "Na De Na" (2008)
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* [[wp:Ivy Queen|Ivy Queen]] - "Dime (Reggaeton Remix)" (2004)
 
* [[wp:Don Omar|Don Omar]] - "[[wp:Virtual Diva|Virtual Diva]]" (2009 - anachronism)
 
* [[wp:Don Omar|Don Omar]] - "[[wp:Virtual Diva|Virtual Diva]]" (2009 - anachronism)
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* [[wp:Wisin & Yandel|Wisin &amp; Yandel]] (feat. [[wp:Nesty "La Mente Maestra"|DJ Nesty]]) - "[[wp:Me Estás Tentando|Me Estás Tentando]]" (2008)
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* [[wp:Tego Calderón|Tego Calderón]] (feat. [[wp:Oscar D'León|Oscar D'León]]) - "Llora, Llora" (2006)
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* [[wp:Fulanito|Fulanito]] - "Guallando" (1997)
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* [[wp:Aventura|Aventura]] - "El Desprecio" (2009 - anachronism)
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== Trivia==
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*In EFLC, this radio station plays in the [[South Bohan Safehouse]], instead of [[IF99 - International Funk]].
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*The song "Virtual Diva" by Don Omar was also featured in the 2011 video game, Saints Row: The Third on Kabron 104.2 radio station, which is a [[GTA Clone]]. 
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==Video==
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'''''Grand Theft Auto IV soundtrack:'''''
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[[File:GTA IV Soundtrack San Juan Sounds (DOWNLOAD LINK IN DESCRIPTION)|center|400px]]
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</center>
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'''''Episodes from Liberty City soundtrack:'''''
   
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[[File:Radios GTA EFLC - SanJuan Sounds (Download Link)|center|400 px]]
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</center>
   
 
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Latest revision as of 19:27, September 1, 2014

RADIO STATION
San Juan Sounds
San Juan Sounds
Location: Algonquin, Liberty City
Genre: Reggaeton, Merengue, Latin Hip-hop, Bachata
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony
Host: Daddy Yankee (GTA IV)
Henry Santos (EFLC)

San Juan Sounds is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City. Each stand-alone game has an exclusive tracklist, but downloading The Ballad of Gay Tony for Grand Theft Auto IV updates the station with all songs.

GTA IV marked the debut of reggaeton & Latin American music in the GTA series (since Radio Espantoso in GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories). This addition illustrates the influence of Latin American culture in New York City and thus, its in-game representative of Liberty City.

This is Luis Fernando Lopez's favorite radio station as it is played in his apartment and in Armando's Cavalcade in any Drug War.

The name refers to the Puerto Rican capital city San Juan, where Reggaeton music originated back in the early 90's before its mainstream crossover success in mid-00's U.S. The station is mostly based of one of the three spanish radio stations in NYC, One of them is La Que Buena.

The radio station is sponsored by Las Fuego energy drink.


TracklistEdit

Exclusive to Grand Theft Auto IV. Hosted by Daddy Yankee who is a famous Reggaeton artist and is one of the pioneers of Reggaeton since it's creation in Puerto Rico in the early 90's. All songs on the station are pure Reggeaton with the exceptions of Voltio and Wisin y Yandel whose songs contain more of an electro-hop/ electronica sound, respectively. All songs are played randomly and commercials are included.

Exclusive to Episodes from Liberty City and The Ballad of Gay Tony. The Santiago Mix hosted by Henry Santos who's a member of the Bachata group Aventura (who has a song featured in the playlist). The playlist contains less Reggaeton and features more music from Dominican Republic, such as Merengue and Bachata. Since the segment is one continuous mix, there is no commercials.

TriviaEdit

VideoEdit

Grand Theft Auto IV soundtrack:

GTA IV Soundtrack San Juan Sounds (DOWNLOAD LINK IN DESCRIPTION)31:21

GTA IV Soundtrack San Juan Sounds (DOWNLOAD LINK IN DESCRIPTION)

Episodes from Liberty City soundtrack:

Radios GTA EFLC - SanJuan Sounds (Download Link)30:04

Radios GTA EFLC - SanJuan Sounds (Download Link)

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