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Eastern European (GTA IV)|
Dance house, eurodance, nu-disco (TBOGT)
Grand Theft Auto IV|
Episodes from Liberty City
Ruslana (GTA IV)|
DJ Paul (TBOGT)
Vladivostok FM is a radio station featured in Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City. It is named after the Russian city Vladivostok. The station can be heard playing inside Perestroika and Comrades Bar in Hove Beach.
In the original GTA IV, the radio station plays almost entirely Russian music (with the exception of Ruslana herself, from the Ukraine) in a wide variety of genres. In Episodes From Liberty City, Vladivostok FM undergoes a very radical reformatting and loses its Russian influence - it now plays house/dance music, mostly by artists from New York and London with some Dutch and French. The new playlist can be heard inside the Bahama Mamas Club.
When Grand Theft Auto IV is updated by the downloadable version of The Ballad of Gay Tony, the station alternates between a program of World Beat/Eastern European pop music and one of western European dance music.
- Ruslana - "Wild Dances" (Ukranian FM Version) (2004)
- Kino - "Группа крови" [Gruppa Krovi] (1988)
- Marakesh - "Ждать" [Zhdat] (2006)
- Zveri - "Квартира" [Kvartira] (2006)
- Seryoga - "King Ring" (2005)
- Seryoga - "Liberty City: The Invasion" [Вторжение] (2008)
- Splean - "Линия жизни" [Liniya Zhizni] (1994)
- Basta - "Мама" [Mama] (1997)
- Leningrad - "Никого не жалко" [Nikogo ne Zhalko] (1999)
- Ranetki Girls - "О тебе" [O Tebe] (2006)
- Dolphin - "РЭП" [RAP] (2008)
- Glukoza - "Швайне" [Schweine] (2005)
- Oleg Kvasha - "Зеленоглазое такси" [Zelenoglazoe Taksi] (Global Deejays club remix) (2007)
DJ: DJ Paul Martin
- David Morales feat. Lea-Lorien - "How Would U Feel" (2004)
- Steve Mac - "Lovin' You More" (Freemasons Vocal Club Mix) (2005)
- Sucker DJs - "Salvation" (eSQUIRE Mix) (2008)
- Stonebridge (feat. Therese) - "Put 'Em High" (JJ's Club Mix) (2004)
- Marly - "You Never Know" (Morjac Extended Mix) (2004)
- Shape: UK - "Lola's Theme" (2003)
- Freemasons feat. Amanda Wilson - "Love on My Mind" (2005)
- Soulsearcher - "Can't Get Enough" (1998)
- Michael Gray - "The Weekend" (2004)
- Jonathan Peters feat. Maya Azucena - "Music" (2005)
- J Majik & Wickaman - "Crazy World" (Fonzerelli Mix) (2008)
- Booty Luv - "Boogie 2Nite" (Seamus Haji Big Love Mix) (2006)
- Hook n Sling - "The Best Thing" (2008)
- Eric Prydz - "Pjanoo" (Club Mix) (2008)
- David Guetta feat. Kelly Rowland - "When Love Takes Over" (2009)
- It is the first radio station that the player hears in GTA IV.
- Vladivostok FM is the favorite radio station of all notable members of the Russian Mafia. It's always turned on in Vlad Glebov's Comrades Bar and Dimitri Rascalov says, that this is the music he and Mikhail Faustin used to listen to, back in the Old Country (the only song that would chronologically apply is the one by Kino). Coincidentally, they were once stationed in Vladivostok while they were in the Navy. The station also plays when Ray Bulgarin is in his car.
- DJ Paul mispronounces Guetta's name when he says "Straight out of France this is David Gu-wetta".
- Vladivostok is Russia's largest port city located along the Pacific.
- Electro-Choc, another radio station in GTA IV and Episodes from Liberty City that plays electronic dance music.
- Rise FM, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories that plays dance house music.
- SF-UR, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that plays house music.
- Deadmau5, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars that plays electronic dance music.
- East Los FM, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto V that plays various genres and songs from Latin America.
- Soulwax FM, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto V that plays electronic dance music.