|For the vehicle, see Journey|
|Genre:||Ambient, Chillout, New Age|
|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto IV|
- "You are traveling through space, you are looking for somewhere to settle-- it cannot be here. Nobody likes you and you are beginning to understand why. It's time to relax and worry, together."
- — GTA IV Website
The station is unusual, as its DJ is actually a Fruit Computer, which speaks in a synthesized voice of a female. The "DJ" often mentions that "Life is actually a game", and discusses, amongst other topics, the "relationship between computers and life". The computer's dialogue includes statements which appear to be philosophical, but are instead nonsensical and meaningless.
- Global Communication - "5:23 (Maiden Voyage)" (1994)
- Terry Riley - "A Rainbow in Curved Air" (1969)
- Steve Roach - "Arrival" (1986)
- Michael Shrieve - "Communique: 'Approach Spiral'" (1984)
- Jean Michel Jarre - "Oxygène, Pt 4" (1976)
- Philip Glass - "Pruit Igoe" (1983)
- Tangerine Dream - "Remote Viewing" (1981)
- Aphex Twin - "Z Twig" (1994)
- Ray Lynch - "The Oh of Pleasure" (1984)
- A Macintosh computer was used to produce the voice of the computer DJ, and the "Vicki" voice from Apple's PlainTalk speech software can be heard as the voice of the computerized DJ.
- This radio station plays inside the TW@ internet cafés in Broker and Alderney.
- "Z Twig" by Aphex Twin is credited in the game as "Selected Ambient Works Volume II, CD2 TRK5". The reason for this is because the tracks on that album are not named, and instead referenced by a corresponding image.
- "Pruit Igoe" by Philip Glass plays after both endings of Grand Theft Auto IV.