Radio Broker

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Radio Station
Radio Broker
RadioBroker-GTAIV-logo.png
Genre: Alternative rock, indie rock
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto IV
Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City
DJ(s): Juliette Lewis

Radio Broker is a radio station appearing in Grand Theft Auto IV and Episodes from Liberty City. Each stand-alone game has an exclusive tracklist, but downloading The Lost and Damned for Grand Theft Auto IV updates the station to include all songs.

DJ: Juliette Lewis

Genres: alternative rock, indie rock

Playlist

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Grand Theft Auto IV rendition

Episodes from Liberty City and The Lost and Damned rendition

  • Blonde Acid Cult - "Shake It Loose" (2007)
  • Kill Memory Crash - "Hell on Wheels" (2008)
  • Magic Dirt - "Get Ready to Die" (2009)
  • Brazilian Girls - "Nouveau Americain" (2008)
  • Freeland - "Borderline" (2009)
  • Kreeps - "The Hunger (Blood in My Mouth)" (2009)
  • Japanther - "Radical Businessman" (2008)
  • Foxylane - "Command" (2009)
  • Monotonix - "Body Language" (2008)
  • Game Rebellion - "Dance Girl (GTA Mix)" (2009)
  • The Yelling - "Blood on the Steps" (2008)
  • The Jane Shermans - "I Walk Alone" (2009)

Unused songs

Songs planned for the station in GTA IV but not included are listed in the file "american.gxt":

Additional deleted songs are listed in american.gxt for The Lost and Damned:

  • Blonde Acid Cult - "Calypso" (2009)
  • Free Blood - "Quick and Painful" (2007)
  • The Carps - "Porgie & Bess (Big Booty Girls)" (2008)
  • The Carps - "Veronica Belmont" (2008)
  • TK Webb & The Visions - "Shame" (2008)
  • Scissors for Lefty - "Consumption Junction" (2008)
  • The Soft Pack - "Nightlife" (2009)
  • Foxylane - "Same Shirt" (2007)
  • Kudu - "Give Me Your Head" (2009)
  • Tame Impala - "Half-Full Glass of Wine" (2008)
  • The Bronx - "Knifeman" (2008)

Trivia

  • When asking the driver to put on Radio Broker in a Taxi, Luis will refer to the station as "the hipster rock station".

External link

See also