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[[File:PrairieCartel-GTACW-logo.png|149px|right|thumb|Prairie Cartel logo (iPhone/iPod Touch version).]]
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{{Radio station
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| genre = Indie rock, garage rock
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| games = [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]
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'''Prairie Cartel''' is a [[Radio Stations|radio station]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]. It plays [[wp:Indie rock|indie rock]] and [[wp:Garage rock|garage rock]] instrumental-only versions of songs by [[wp:The Prairie Cartel|The Prairie Cartel]]. After appearing in the game, all tracks (except "Cloud Sombrero") were released on Prairie Cartel's 2009 album ''Where Did All My People Go''.
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===Tracklist===
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* Prairie Cartel - "Burning Down the Other Side" ''(2008)''
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* Prairie Cartel - "Beautiful Shadow" ''(2009)''
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* Prairie Cartel - "Magnetic South" ''(2009)''
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* Prairie Cartel - "Narcotic Insiduos"<ref>Incorrectly credited as "Narcotic Inciduos"</ref> ''(2009)''
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* Prairie Cartel - "Fuck Yeah, That Wide" ''(2008)''
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* Prairie Cartel - "Cracktown" ''(2008)''
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* Prairie Cartel - "Suitcase Pimp" ''(2009)''
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* Prairie Cartel - "No Light Escapes Here"<ref>Incorrectly credited as "No Light"</ref> ''(2008)''
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* Prairie Cartel - "Lost All Track of Time" ''(2008)''
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* Prairie Cartel - "Cloud Sombrero" ''(2009)''
  
'''Prairie Cartel''' is a [[Radio Stations|radio station]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]. It plays instrumental-only versions of songs by [[wp:The Prairie Cartel|The Prairie Cartel]]. After appearing in the game, all tracks (except "Cloud Sombrero") were released on Prairie Cartel's 2009 album ''Where Did All My People Go''.
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== References ==
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==Tracklist==
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==See also==
* Prairie Cartel - "Burning Down the Other Side"
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* [[Radio Broker]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] and [[GTA IV Episodes|Episodes From Liberty City]] which plays indie rock and garage rock, including one other song by The Prairie Cartel.
* Prairie Cartel - "Beautiful Shadow"
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* [[Vinewood Boulevard Radio]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto V]] which plays indie rock and garage rock.
* Prairie Cartel - "Magnetic South"
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* Prairie Cartel - "Narcotic Insiduos" (''incorrectly credited as "Narcotic Inciduos"'')
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* Prairie Cartel - "Fuck Yeah, That Wide"
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* Prairie Cartel - "Cracktown"
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* Prairie Cartel - "Suitcase Pimp"
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* Prairie Cartel - "No Light Escapes Here" (''incorrectly credited as "No Light"'')
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* Prairie Cartel - "Lost All Track of Time"
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* Prairie Cartel - "Cloud Sombrero"
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Latest revision as of 15:30, 5 December 2013

Radio Station
Prairie Cartel
PrairieCartel-GTACW-logo.png
Genre: Indie rock, garage rock
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

Prairie Cartel is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars. It plays indie rock and garage rock instrumental-only versions of songs by The Prairie Cartel. After appearing in the game, all tracks (except "Cloud Sombrero") were released on Prairie Cartel's 2009 album Where Did All My People Go.

Tracklist

  • Prairie Cartel - "Burning Down the Other Side" (2008)
  • Prairie Cartel - "Beautiful Shadow" (2009)
  • Prairie Cartel - "Magnetic South" (2009)
  • Prairie Cartel - "Narcotic Insiduos"[1] (2009)
  • Prairie Cartel - "Fuck Yeah, That Wide" (2008)
  • Prairie Cartel - "Cracktown" (2008)
  • Prairie Cartel - "Suitcase Pimp" (2009)
  • Prairie Cartel - "No Light Escapes Here"[2] (2008)
  • Prairie Cartel - "Lost All Track of Time" (2008)
  • Prairie Cartel - "Cloud Sombrero" (2009)

References

  1. Incorrectly credited as "Narcotic Inciduos"
  2. Incorrectly credited as "No Light"

See also