|Not to be confused with Radio X.|
- "Real Punk. Real West Coast."
- ―GTA V Website
- Agent Orange - Bored of You (1980)
- Black Flag - My War (1984)
- Circle Jerks - Rock House (1985)
- Fear - The Mouth Don't Stop (The Trouble With Women Is) (1985)
- OFF! - What's Next (2013)
- Adolescents - Amoeba (1981)
- Descendents - Pervert (1985)
- The Germs - Lexicon Devil (1978)
- The Weirdos - Life of Crime (1977)
- T.S.O.L. - Abolish Government/Silent Majority (1981)
- Youth Brigade - Blown Away (1983)
- Suicidal Tendencies - Subliminal (1983)
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- D.O.A. - The Enemy (1980)
- MDC - John Wayne Was a Nazi (1980)
- The Zeros - Don't Push Me Around (1980) *
- X - Los Angeles (1980) *
- D.R.I. - I Don't Need Society (1985) *
- Redd Kross - Linda Blair (1982) *
( * These songs were orignally cut from previous-gen releases.)
GTA V's trackID.gxt2 database reveals more songs were planned to appear on the station but were not included in the final version.
- Agent Orange - Bloodstains (1979)
- Bad Religion - We're Only Gonna Die (1982)
- Circle Jerks - Dude (1985)
- The Alley Cats - Nothing Means Nothing Anymore (1978)
- Descendents - Ride the Wild (1979)
- The Germs - Manimal (1979)
- The Gun Club - Sex Beat (1981)
Additionally, there were tracks sent by Posh Boy Records at Rockstar's request that were rejected and didn't appear on the trackID.gxt2.
- Agent Orange - Everything Turns Grey (1981)
- Agent Orange - Miserlou (1981)
- Catch 22 - Stop The Cycle (1982)
- Channel 3 - Manzanar (1982)
- Channel 3 - You Make Me Feel Cheap (1982)
- Ill Repute - Clean Cut American Kid (1982)
- Kent State - Radio Moscow (1982)
- Negative Trend feat. Rik L Rik - Black and Red (1978)
- Pariah - All The King's Men (1983)
- Shattered Faith - I Love America (1981)
- Simpletones - California (1979)
- Stepmothers - Guardian Angels (1981)
- Stepmothers - Rub It In (1981)
- Symbol Six - Beverlywood (1982)
- Symbol Six - Ego (1982)
- The Nuns - Media Control (1979)
- The Nuns - Suicide Child (1979)
- Youth Gone Mad - Life, Sweet Life (1982)
- Youth Gone Mad - Oki Dogs (1981)
- This is Trevor Philips' favorite radio station, as it is the default station for his Bodhi.
- This is the favourite radio station of the Blaine County chapter of The Lost MC.
- This station appears to be a successor to Radio X, though Channel X plays punk music as opposed to the grunge of Radio X.
- This is further proven by one of the station's stingers, which says "We've been Radio X for too long!", implying that the station was previously known as Radio X.
- The logo of the station looks somewhat similar to Television X, an adult television channel in the United Kingdom.
- Channel X might also be a parody of Channel V, a music video TV channel.
- Songs from this station play in Ammu-Nation stores with shooting ranges in Pillbox Hill, Cypress Flats & Little Seoul, as well as inside the Tequi-la-la & tattoo parlors.
- Liberty City Hardcore is indirectly referenced by Keith as "the punk scene in Liberty City."
- A British lady's accent can be heard during one of the station's stingers, serving as a reference to the London punk scene.
- It's possible that the station is based on 91X, which plays hard rock and has a similar name and frequency (91.1). However, 91X is a border blaster station based in Tijuana, Mexico, and doesn't get very good reception in Los Angeles.
- The song "My War" by Black Flag will always play after Trevor enters his Bodhi and loses the cops after killing Steve Haines in The Third Way.
- Interestingly, in some intros, Keith would introduce "My War" with "Black Flag, My War. I know these guys. You're not my friend!", a reference to the on-going conflict with Black Flag after he left the band.
- It's Unleashed FM, a radio station in GTA 1 which plays hard rock.
- Radio X, a radio station in GTA San Andreas which plays alternative rock.
- L.C.H.C., a radio station in GTA IV which plays New York hardcore, hardcore punk, and crossover thrash.