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Various radio stations can be received on radios in most vehicles in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. They are also available in the Audio menu, while the game is paused. The soundtrack has been released in a box set and seven separate CDs.

Most radio stations play a mixture of music, DJ chat, and spoof advertising. The stations each reflect one style of music intended to evoke the atmosphere of the time. Several of the stations also reappear in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, which is a direct prequel to the game.

The player can listen to the following radio stations:

The songs are listed in the same order as they appear in the game.

On 6 December 2012, GTA Vice City was released on iOS and Android to celebrate the game's 10th anniversary. However, some songs were removed from these versions of the game, and are marked with an *.

Radio stations



Wildstyle is hosted by Mr. Magic and plays contemporary hip hop and electro music.

The following songs can be heard on the station:

Flash FM


Flash FM is hosted by Toni (voiced by Maria Chambers), and plays contemporary pop music.

The following songs can be heard on the station:



K-Chat is celebrity talk station hosted by Amy Sheckenhausen (voiced by Leyna Weber).

The following persons are interviewed:

Fever 105

Fever 105

Fever 105 is hosted by Oliver "Ladykiller" Biscuit (voiced by Julius Dyson) and plays soul, disco, quiet storm, funk and R&B.

The following songs can be heard on the station:



V-Rock is hosted by Lazlow and plays hard rock and heavy metal.

The following songs can be heard on the station:



Vice City Public Radio, abbreviated as VCPR, is hosted by Jonathan Freeloader (Patrick Olsen) and Michelle Montanius (Kelly Guest). The station's only program is called Pressing Issues, and is hosted by Maurice Chavez (voiced by Philip Anthony Rodriguez). The show focuses on exactly that—particular issues are chosen, and Maurice Chavez mediates an informal debate between selected guests.

Three such issues are broadcast within the game. They are:

  • Morality
  • Perception and Positive Thinking
  • Public Safety

Radio Espantoso


Radio Espantoso is a Spanish-language radio station hosted by Pepe (voiced by Tony Chiroldes) and plays Latin music.

The following songs can be heard on the station:

  • Cachao - "A Gozar Con Mi Combo" ("Let's Rejoice With My Combo") (1994)
  • Alpha Banditos - "The Bull is Wrong" (2002)
  • Tres Apenas Como Eso - "Yo Te Miré" ("I Saw You") ( 2002)
  • Deodato - "Latin Flute" (1973)
  • Mongo Santamaría - "Mama Papa Tú" ("Mom, Dad, You") (1969)
  • Mongo Santamaría - "Me and You Baby (Picao y Tostao)" ("Chopped and Toasted") (1969)
  • Machito and his Afro-Cuban Orchestra - "Mambo Mucho Mambo" ("Mambo Much Mambo") (1952)
  • Unaesta - "La Vida Es Una Lenteja" ("Life Is A Lentil") (2002)
  • Lonnie Liston Smith - "Expansions" (1974)
  • Irakere - "Añunga Ñunga" (1980) (Incorrectly credited in the booklet as "Aguanile")
  • Deodato - "Super Strut" (1973)
  • Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra - "Jamay" (Nahuatl word, means "adobe crafting place") (1955)
  • Benny Moré - "Maracaibo Oriental" ("Eastern Maracaibo") (1957)
  • Tito Puente - "Mambo Gozón" ("Enjoyable Mambo") (1958)

Emotion 98.3


Emotion 98.3 is hosted by Fernando Martinez (voiced by Frank Chavez) and features power ballads.

The following songs can be heard on the station:

Wave 103


Wave 103 is hosted by Adam First (voiced by Jamie Canfield), and features New Wave, pop and Synthpop music.

The following songs can be heard on the station:

Other songs

A number of other songs can be heard during mission cutscenes. These songs are not featured on any of the game's radio stations.

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