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{{Infobox radio station
'''{{Template:Infobox radio station
 
 
|name = The Liberty Jam 101.3 FM
 
|name = The Liberty Jam 101.3 FM
 
|image = TheLibertyJam.jpg
 
|image = TheLibertyJam.jpg
|location = [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]]
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|location = [[Hepburn Heights]], [[Portland]], [[Liberty City (3D Universe)|Liberty City]]
 
|genre = East-Coast hip-hop
 
|genre = East-Coast hip-hop
 
|games = [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]
 
|games = [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]
|host = [[DJ Clue]]}}'''
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|host = [[DJ Clue]]}}
   
'''The Liberty Jam''', 101.3 FM, is a radio station in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]'', hosted by [[DJ Clue]]. The station plays East-Coast hip-hop, East Coast gangsta rap, hardcore hip-hop and Mafioso rap, all which were very popular during the mid-and late '90's especially when it was on the rise again (thanks to rappers Nas, DMX, Lil' Kim and the late Notorious B.I.G and Big Pun) after West Cost hip-hop was dominating during the early and mid '90's.
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'''The Liberty Jam 101.3 FM''' is a radio station in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]'', hosted by [[DJ Clue]]. The station plays East-Coast hip-hop, East Coast gangsta rap, hardcore hip-hop and Mafioso rap, all which were very popular during the mid-and late '90's especially when it was on the rise again (thanks to rappers [[wp:Nas|Nas]], [[wp:DMX|DMX]], [[wp:Lil' Kim|Lil' Kim]] and the late [[wp:Notorious B.I.G|Notorious B.I.G]] and [[wp:Big Pun|Big Pun]]) after [[wp:West Coast hip-hop|West Coast hip-hop]] was dominating during the early and mid '90's.
   
== Name ==
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==Name==
 
The exact name of the radio station is inconsistent. The DJ, as is all but one radio imaging, simply refer to the station as "'''Liberty Jam'''" with only "FM" or "101.3" augmented into the name; in addition, neither of the two versions of the radio station's logos (from the website or the audio options) use the article.
 
The exact name of the radio station is inconsistent. The DJ, as is all but one radio imaging, simply refer to the station as "'''Liberty Jam'''" with only "FM" or "101.3" augmented into the name; in addition, neither of the two versions of the radio station's logos (from the website or the audio options) use the article.
   
 
On the other hand, the manual of the game, as well as the game's audio options, refers to the station as "'''The Liberty Jam'''", with the aforementioned single radio imaging following suit.
 
On the other hand, the manual of the game, as well as the game's audio options, refers to the station as "'''The Liberty Jam'''", with the aforementioned single radio imaging following suit.
   
== Description ==
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==Description==
 
{{double image|right|TheLibertyJam.jpg|150|LibertyJam-logo-options.png|150|Liberty Jam's logo found on GTA Liberty City Stories' promotional websites.|Liberty Jam's logo as seen in GTA Liberty City Stories' game options.|}}
 
{{double image|right|TheLibertyJam.jpg|150|LibertyJam-logo-options.png|150|Liberty Jam's logo found on GTA Liberty City Stories' promotional websites.|Liberty Jam's logo as seen in GTA Liberty City Stories' game options.|}}
Liberty Jam's airtime is primarily occupied by "The Desert Storm Show", which DJ Clue hosts. Often times, DJ Clue will announce multiple shoutouts to various individuals (including [[8-Ball]]) between songs, and occasionally insert his own voiceovers into tracks in the same fashion as [[DJ Timecode]] at [[MSX FM|MSX FM/98]], albeit in a lower frequency. Certain tracks are also bridged by transitions.
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Liberty Jam's airtime is primarily occupied by "The Desert Storm Show", which DJ Clue hosts. Often times, DJ Clue will announce multiple shoutouts to various individuals (including [[8-Ball]]) between songs, and occasionally insert his own voice-overs into tracks in the same fashion as [[MC Codebreaker]] at [[MSX FM|MSX FM/98]], albeit in a lower frequency. Certain tracks are also bridged by transitions.
   
The station substitutes [[Grand Theft Auto III]]'s [[Game FM]] as the sole hip hip station in GTA Liberty City Stories, circa 1998, and is implied to be the chronological predecessor to Game FM.
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The station substitutes [[Grand Theft Auto III]]'s [[Game FM]] as the sole hip hip station in GTA Liberty City Stories, circa 1998, and is implied to be the chronological predecessor to Game FM. It is also the [[Diablos]] favorite radio station.
   
 
==Tracks==
 
==Tracks==
*Method Man - "All I Need" (1994) <small>Note: This is the album version without [[wp:Contemporary R&B|R&B]] singer [[wp:Mary J. Blige|Mary J. Blige]]'''''</small>
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*Method Man - "All I Need" (1994) <small>Note: This is the album version without [[wp:Contemporary R&B|R&amp;B]] singer [[wp:Mary J. Blige|Mary J. Blige]]</small>
*Mobb Deep - "Shook Ones Pt.II" (1995)
 
*Raekwon - "Incarcerated Scarfaces" (1995)
 
*Noreaga - "N.O.R.E." (1998)
 
*Onyx feat. Big Pun and Noreaga - "Shut 'em Down (Remix)" (1998)
 
*Big Pun - "Beware" (1998)
 
 
*Big Pun feat. Fat Joe - "Twinz (Deep Cover '98)" (1998)
 
*Big Pun feat. Fat Joe - "Twinz (Deep Cover '98)" (1998)
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*DMX feat. [[DJ Clue]], Drag-On, Jadakiss, Styles P. and Eve - "Ruff Ryders Anthem" (1998)
 
*DMX feat. Sheek Louch - "Get At Me Dog" (1998)
 
*DMX feat. Sheek Louch - "Get At Me Dog" (1998)
*DMX feat. [[DJ Clue]], Drag-On, Jadakiss, Styles P. and Eve - "Ruff Ryders Anthem" (1998)
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*Big Pun - "Beware" (1998)
 
*Redman feat. Method Man - "Do What Ya Feel" (1996)
 
*Redman feat. Method Man - "Do What Ya Feel" (1996)
 
*The L.O.X. - "Chain Gang Freestyle" (1998?)
 
*The L.O.X. - "Chain Gang Freestyle" (1998?)
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*Noreaga - "N.O.R.E." (1998)
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*Mobb Deep - "Shook Ones Pt.II" (1995)
 
*The L.O.X. - "Chest2Chest Freestyle" (1998?)
 
*The L.O.X. - "Chest2Chest Freestyle" (1998?)
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*Onyx feat. Big Pun and Noreaga - "Shut 'em Down (Remix)" (1998)
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*Raekwon - "Incarcerated Scarfaces" (1995)
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*Note: "Twinz (Deep Cover '98)" sampled Dr. Dre's "Deep Cover" which was featured in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]], in [[Radio Los Santos]]. The video even featured a cameo appearance from Snoop Dogg (who is featured on the original version).
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==Trivia==
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*The song "Twinz (Deep Cover '98)" by Big Pun & Fat Joe also appears in Saints Row 2, which is a [[GTA Clone]].
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*The song "Shook Ones Pt.II" by Mobb Deep also appears in True Crime: New York City, a GTA Clone.
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==Video==
   
*Note: Deep Cover 98 sampled Dr. Dre's Deep cover which was featured in Radio Los Santos. The video also even featured a cameo appearance from Snoop Dogg however the video was released in 2000 and dropped the 98 out of the title.
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== See also ==
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==See Also==
 
* [[Game Radio|Game Radio FM]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto III]] that plays east coast hip-hop.
 
* [[Game Radio|Game Radio FM]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto III]] that plays east coast hip-hop.
 
* [[Wildstyle]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] that plays old school hip-hop.
 
* [[Wildstyle]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] that plays old school hip-hop.
 
* [[Playback FM]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] that plays classic hip-hop.
 
* [[Playback FM]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] that plays classic hip-hop.
* [[Radio Los Santos]], a radio staton in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that plays west coast hip-hop.
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* [[Radio Los Santos]], a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that plays west coast hip-hop.
 
* [[Fresh FM|Fresh 105 FM]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]] that plays old school hip-hop.
 
* [[Fresh FM|Fresh 105 FM]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]] that plays old school hip-hop.
 
* [[The Classics 104.1]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] that plays classic hip-hop.
 
* [[The Classics 104.1]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] that plays classic hip-hop.
* [[The Beat 102.7]], a radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV that plays contemporary hip-hop.
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* [[The Beat 102.7]], a radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV that plays contemporary hip-hop. It also features songs by Mobb Deep and members of The LOX.
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* [[West Coast Classics]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto V]] that plays classic west coast hip-hop.
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==Navigation==
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[[Category:Radio Stations in GTA Liberty City Stories]]
 
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[[Category:Rap Stations]]

Latest revision as of 07:17, November 2, 2014

RADIO STATION
The Liberty Jam 101.3 FM
TheLibertyJam
Location: Hepburn Heights, Portland, Liberty City
Genre: East-Coast hip-hop
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
Host: DJ Clue

The Liberty Jam 101.3 FM is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, hosted by DJ Clue. The station plays East-Coast hip-hop, East Coast gangsta rap, hardcore hip-hop and Mafioso rap, all which were very popular during the mid-and late '90's especially when it was on the rise again (thanks to rappers Nas, DMX, Lil' Kim and the late Notorious B.I.G and Big Pun) after West Coast hip-hop was dominating during the early and mid '90's.

NameEdit

The exact name of the radio station is inconsistent. The DJ, as is all but one radio imaging, simply refer to the station as "Liberty Jam" with only "FM" or "101.3" augmented into the name; in addition, neither of the two versions of the radio station's logos (from the website or the audio options) use the article.

On the other hand, the manual of the game, as well as the game's audio options, refers to the station as "The Liberty Jam", with the aforementioned single radio imaging following suit.

DescriptionEdit

TheLibertyJam.jpg LibertyJam-logo-options.png
Liberty Jam's logo found on GTA Liberty City Stories' promotional websites.
Liberty Jam's logo as seen in GTA Liberty City Stories' game options.

Liberty Jam's airtime is primarily occupied by "The Desert Storm Show", which DJ Clue hosts. Often times, DJ Clue will announce multiple shoutouts to various individuals (including 8-Ball) between songs, and occasionally insert his own voice-overs into tracks in the same fashion as MC Codebreaker at MSX FM/98, albeit in a lower frequency. Certain tracks are also bridged by transitions.

The station substitutes Grand Theft Auto III's Game FM as the sole hip hip station in GTA Liberty City Stories, circa 1998, and is implied to be the chronological predecessor to Game FM. It is also the Diablos favorite radio station.

TracksEdit

  • Method Man - "All I Need" (1994) Note: This is the album version without R&B singer Mary J. Blige
  • Big Pun feat. Fat Joe - "Twinz (Deep Cover '98)" (1998)
  • DMX feat. DJ Clue, Drag-On, Jadakiss, Styles P. and Eve - "Ruff Ryders Anthem" (1998)
  • DMX feat. Sheek Louch - "Get At Me Dog" (1998)
  • Big Pun - "Beware" (1998)
  • Redman feat. Method Man - "Do What Ya Feel" (1996)
  • The L.O.X. - "Chain Gang Freestyle" (1998?)
  • Noreaga - "N.O.R.E." (1998)
  • Mobb Deep - "Shook Ones Pt.II" (1995)
  • The L.O.X. - "Chest2Chest Freestyle" (1998?)
  • Onyx feat. Big Pun and Noreaga - "Shut 'em Down (Remix)" (1998)
  • Raekwon - "Incarcerated Scarfaces" (1995)
  • Note: "Twinz (Deep Cover '98)" sampled Dr. Dre's "Deep Cover" which was featured in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, in Radio Los Santos. The video even featured a cameo appearance from Snoop Dogg (who is featured on the original version).

TriviaEdit

  • The song "Twinz (Deep Cover '98)" by Big Pun & Fat Joe also appears in Saints Row 2, which is a GTA Clone.
  • The song "Shook Ones Pt.II" by Mobb Deep also appears in True Crime: New York City, a GTA Clone.

VideoEdit

GTA LCS - LIBERTY JAM47:37

GTA LCS - LIBERTY JAM

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