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'''Paradise FM''' is a [[:wp:Disco music|disco]] [[radio station]] featured in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]].
'''Paradise FM''' is a [[:wp:Disco music|disco]] [[Radio Stations in GTA Vice City Stories|radio station]] featured in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]].
== Description ==
== Description ==

Revision as of 01:09, 30 April 2012

Radio Station
Paradise FM
Genre: Non-Stop Disco
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
DJ(s): None

Paradise FM is a disco radio station featured in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories.


The station's existence in 1984 Vice City reflects changes seen in the disco genre five years after the commercial "death" of disco music. As opposed to playing pre-1979 disco music, Paradise FM predominantly plays American post-disco music from the early 1980s, which are marked by the increased use of electronic musical instruments.

Not including station identification, this is not only the first non-stop music station since the Grand Theft Auto III rendition of Rise FM, but quite possibly the first one since the first in any GTA game without a DJ. This radio station is favored by the Cholos as it can be heard whenever the player enters a Cholo Sabre.

The name of this station is probably a reference to the legendary Paradise Garage club in New York, as the music is very representative of that club's soundtrack at the height of its popularity.


  • Unlimited Touch - "I Hear Music in the Streets" (1980)
  • Plunky & the Oneness of Juju - "Everyway But Loose" (Larry Levan Remix) (1982)
  • Geraldine Hunt - "Can't Fake the Feeling" (1980)
  • Raw Silk - "Do It to the Music" (1981)
  • Jimmy Bo Horne - "Is It In" (1980)
  • Exodus - "Together Forever" (1980)
  • Jackie Moore - "This Time Baby" (1979)
  • Class Action - "Weekend (Tonight Is Party Time)" (1980)
  • Gwen Guthrie - "It Should Have Been You" (1982)
  • Thelma Houston - "You Used to Hold Me So Tight" (1984)
  • Sister Sledge - "Lost in Music" (Nile Rodgers Remix) (1984)
  • Donald Byrd - "Love Has Come Around" (1981)
  • Change - "The Glow of Love" (1980)


See also

Template:Gtaiii era radio stations