- "Quality house music, from deep in the underground, brought to you by an excitable German. This is music for people in the know."
- ―GTA San Andreas Website
San Fierro Underground Radio (SF-UR) is a house music station hosted by Hans Oberlander, who is Bilingual, being able to speak both English and German, alternating between the two during his commentary. As its name suggests, SF-UR is broadcast from a secret location in San Fierro.
- Joe Smooth feat. Anthony Thomas - Promised Land (1988)
- 808 State - Pacific 202 (1989)
- A Guy Called Gerald - Voodoo Ray (1988)
- Frankie Knuckles - Your Love (1987)
- Raze - Break 4 Love (1988)
- Cultural Vibe - Ma Foom Bey (1986)
- Jomanda - Make My Body Rock (1988)
- CeCe Rogers - Someday (1987)
- Nightwriters - Let The Music (Use You) (1987)
- Mr. Fingers - [wp:Can You Feel It? (Larry Heard song) Can You Feel It?] (1988)
- Marshall Jefferson - Move Your Body (1986)
- Maurice - This Is Acid (A New Dance Craze) (K & T Mix) (1989)
- The Todd Terry Project - Weekend (1988)
- Fallout - The Morning After (Sunrise Mix) (1987)
- Robert Owens - I'll Be Your Friend (1991)
- The 28th Street Crew - I Need A Rhythm (1989)
- This is the favourite radio station of the San Fierro Triads.
- This is the only radio station which doesn't feature any station IDs, and the only radio station that doesn't have any renditions of the songs without the DJ commentary.
- This is the only radio station in the game not to be released seperately as a soundtrack CD.
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