The station's DJs include Eddie Symons (GTA 1), Phanny Joe Styles and Johnny Riccaro (GTA 2), and Michael Hunt (GTA III and LCS). Head Radio began broadcasting in 1941 and by 2001 is one of a number of radio stations owned by Love Media.
Grand Theft Auto
- Reality Bubble - "Days Like These"
- Meme Traders - "Automatic Transmission"
- Ohjaamo - "Complications"
Grand Theft Auto 2
- Apostles of Funk - "Yellow Butter"
- Pussy Willows - "Real Love"
- Davidson - "All I Wanna Do"
- The One - "South Park"
- Bula Matari - "Taxi Drivers"
- Flytronix - "Pendulum"
- Anna - "Do It On Your Own"
- Testing - "My Tiny World"
Grand Theft Auto III
- Dil-Don't - "Stripe Summer"
- Whatever - "Good Thing"
- Craig Gray - "Fade Away"
- Conor and Jay - "Change"
- Frankie Fame - "See Through You"
- Scatwerk - "Electronic Go Go"
- Dezma - "Life Is But A Mere Supply"
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
- Conor and Jay - "Train"
- Cloud 19 - "The One For Me"
- Purser - "Feel The Pain"
- L. Marie + Raff - "Free Yourself"
- 15 Ways - "Drive"
- Rosco Stow - "Welcome to the Real World"
- Vanilla Smoothie - "Keep Dreaming"
- In the iOS version of GTA III, while listening to this station, the radio station will reset if the player presses the radar.
Grand Theft Auto III soundtrack:
GTA Liberty City Stories
GTA Liberty City Stories soundtrack:
- Head Radio is one of three radio stations in the GTA series to cross universes, the others being Radio Los Santos and WCTR. The station was due to appear in Grand Theft Auto IV but was dropped during development.
- In GTA 2 the song "Taxi Drivers" was censored in the PlayStation version of the game. Swear words were interrupted by the sounds of horns.
- The LCS logo for Head Radio says "Give Head Radio A Listen This Weekend". "Giving Head" is a slang term for oral sex.
- All bands from GTA III and GTA Liberty City Stories are fictional creations of Rockstar North, with the exceptions of Conor & Jay, L-Marie and Raff.
- In GTA Liberty City Stories, Conor and Jay's and Purser's singles can be seen advertised on billboards throughout Liberty City. Purser's is advertised as "Feel the Pain".
- Before the song "Take the Pain" by Purser plays, Michael makes a reference to the song We Built This City by Starship. This song would later be featured in the soundtrack for Los Santos Rock Radio in the PS4, Xbox One & PC versions of Grand Theft Auto V.
- "The One for Me", "Take the Pain" and "Drive" are available as ringtones in Grand Theft Auto IV.
- The Head Radio playlists from GTA III and GTA Liberty City Stories are available to download from iTunes.
- The logo for Head Radio in GTA 2 is somewhat phallic-shaped. Additionally, the man's head by itself also resembles a penis, with the chin being the tip
- In Grand Theft Auto IV, it is possible to see the album for "Feel the Pain" by Purser in various bars and safehouses, alongside other 3D Universe singles.
- 'Grand Theft Auto III: Music from Head Radio' on iTunes
- 'Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories - Music from Head Radio' on iTunes