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Rise FM plays Progressive Trance. In GTA III, the playlist is presented as a continuous liveset which is being played and broadcast live from a nightclub called The Planetarium. In GTA Liberty City Stories, the station is also non-stop, but plays commercials at the end of the music loop until it repeats again. Rise FM is one of the Colombian Cartel's favorite radio stations in GTA III, as this station will most likely be heard if the player jacked a Cartel Cruiser. It is hosted by Andre the Accelerator (voiced by "Andre") in Grand Theft Auto III, and by Boy Sanchez (Oliver Vuquer) in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.

Rise FM Headquarters is located in Newport, opposite the house of Claude in Staunton Island.

Grand Theft Auto III Playlist


Rise FM logo GTA III

The GTA III version of Rise FM plays Progressive Trance, Uplift Trance, UK Garage and Dance music, and has no commercials.

  • Chris Walsh & Dave Beran - "Shake" (Revolt Clogrock remix)
  • Shiver - "Deep Time" (2001)
  • R.R.D.S - "Innerbattle" (2001)
  • Slyder - "Score" (original mix) (2000)
  • Slyder - "Neo (The One)" (2001)
  • Chris Walsh - "Shake" (end nix) (2000)

The songs were mixed by Terry Donovan.

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories Playlist

The GTA LCS version of Rise FM playes House/Dance music, and this version plays a couple of commercials only at the end of the playlist.


Grand Theft Auto III - Rise FM (No Commercials)26:00

Grand Theft Auto III - Rise FM (No Commercials)


GTA Liberty City Stories Radio Stations 4 - Rise FM42:26

GTA Liberty City Stories Radio Stations 4 - Rise FM



  • Rise FM is also the name of a real-life internet radio station which is owned and run by Denmark based Rise Future Media. It is also the name of a radio station based in Budapest, Hungary. However, neither are connected to the Grand Theft Auto series.
  • Rise FM was left behind when remastering for the PC version of GTA III occurred. So all other stations have high quality, while Rise FM has PS2-ish quality. Differences between Rise and other stations are audible.
  • Rise FM is also a real-life radio station in Budapest, Hungary. It plays top 20 electronic dance song remixes. Its radio station frequency is 98.9, and their website is here.

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