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* [[wp:Joe Gibbs (record producer)|Joe Gibbs]] - "Chapter Three" ''(1978)''
 
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* [[wp:Half Pint|Half Pint]] - "Crazy Girl" ''(1985)''
 
* [[wp:Half Pint|Half Pint]] - "Crazy Girl" ''(1985)''
* [[Lee "Scratch" Perry]] & [[wp:The Upsetters|The Upsetters]] - "Disco Devil" ''(1977)''
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* [[Lee "Scratch" Perry]] & [[wp:Aura Lewis|The Full Experience]] - "[[wp:Chase the Devil|Disco Devil]]" ''(1977)''
 
* [[wp:The Upsetters|The Upsetters]] - "Grumblin' Dub" ''(1976)''
 
* [[wp:The Upsetters|The Upsetters]] - "Grumblin' Dub" ''(1976)''
 
* [[wp:Konshens|Konshens]] - "Gun Shot a Fire" ''(2012)''
 
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Revision as of 15:44, 13 February 2014

Radio Station
The Blue Ark
BlueArk-GTAV-logo.svg
Genre: Reggae, dub, dancehall
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto V
DJ(s): Lee "Scratch" Perry

The Blue Ark is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto V featuring reggae, dub and dancehall music, hosted by Lee "Scratch" Perry. The name of the station is a reference to the Black Ark, a studio Lee Perry founded in 1973 to record reggae and dub songs through innovative techniques.

DJ: Lee "Scratch" Perry

Genres: reggae, dub, dancehall

The hottest reggae, dancehall and dub served up by The Upsetter.

Rockstar, official Grand Theft Auto V website.[1]

Playlist

Unused songs

Upon inspection of GTA V's "american.gxt", many additional songs that were candidates for this station can be found.

See also

References

  1. http://www.rockstargames.com/V/music