Sinowav FM

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Radio Station
Sinowav FM
SinowavFM-GTACW-logo.png
Genre: Chinese Traditional
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

{{Radio station | image = [[File:SinowavFM-GTACW-logo.png|100px]] | genre = Chinese Traditional | games = [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]] | djs = }} '''Sinowav FM''' is a [[Radio Stations|radio station]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]] only available on the [[PlayStation Portable|PSP]] and [[iPhone/iPod Touch]] version of the game. The station specializes on traditional Chinese instrumentals released under the real-life CRC Jianian label. === Playlist === * Ren Tongxiang - "Caravan Bells on the Silk Road" * He Xunyou - "Flying Carp" * Central Traditional Orchestra - "A Trip To Lhasa - Movement 4: Driving Out Demons" * [[wp:Wang Changyuan|Wang Changyuan]] - "Battling Against Typhoon" * Wang Changyuan - "Guangling Strains" * Wang Changyuan - "Lofty Mountains and Flowing Water" * China Central Folk Music Orchestra - "Oriole Singing" * Zhu Runfu - "Autumn Reflections by the Dongting Lake" {{Navboxes |title= Navigation |list1= {{radio stations|state=collapsed}} }} [[Category:Radio Stations]] [[Category:Radio Stations in GTA Chinatown Wars]]

Sinowav FM is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars only available on the PSP and iPhone/iPod Touch version of the game.

The station specializes on traditional Chinese instrumentals released under the real-life CRC Jianian label.

Playlist

  • Ren Tongxiang - "Caravan Bells on the Silk Road"
  • He Xunyou - "Flying Carp"
  • Central Traditional Orchestra - "A Trip To Lhasa - Movement 4: Driving Out Demons"
  • Wang Changyuan - "Battling Against Typhoon"
  • Wang Changyuan - "Guangling Strains"
  • Wang Changyuan - "Lofty Mountains and Flowing Water"
  • China Central Folk Music Orchestra - "Oriole Singing"
  • Zhu Runfu - "Autumn Reflections by the Dongting Lake"