GTA Liberty City Stories Soundtrack

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The general soundtrack of Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories comprises radio stations that broadcast music and information to Liberty City, circa 1998. Because Liberty City Stories is set in the exact location as Grand Theft Auto III, only three years earlier, some of the radio stations featured are seen as earlier counterparts of the radio stations in GTA III, while other listed stations and radio shows have suggestively ended broadcast by GTA III's timeline.

Head Radio

DJ: Mike Hunt (voiced by Russ Mottla)
Genre: Adult Contemporary

  • Conor & Jay - Train
  • Cloud Nineteen - The One For Me
  • Purser - Take The Pain
  • L. Marie (feat. Raff) - Free Yourself
  • 15 Ways - Drive
  • Rous Stow - Welcome to the Real World
  • Vanilla Smoothie - Keep Dreaming

All bands are fictional creations of Rockstar North.

See also: GTA III rendition

Double Cleff FM

DJ: Sergio Boccino (Robert Blumenfeld)
Genre: Opera

  • Anvil Chorus from Il Trovatore
  • Tacea la notte placida from Il Trovatore
  • Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves from Nabucco
  • E amore un ladronello from Cosi Fan Tutte
  • Overture from Marriage of Figaro
  • Vesti la giubba from Pagliacci
See also: GTA III rendition


DJ: Natalee Walsh Davis (Pascale Armand)
Genre: Reggae

  • Selah Collins - Pick A Sound
  • Errol Berrot - What A Wonderful Feeling
  • Kenny Knots - Watch How The People Dancing
  • Richie Davis - Lean Boot
  • Peter Rouncer - Ready For The Dancehall Tonight
  • Richie Davis - You Ha Fe Cool
  • Kenny Knots - Ring My Number
  • Kenny Knots - Run Come Call Me
See also: GTA III rendition

Rise FM

DJ: Boy Sanchez (Oliver Vuquer)
Genre: House Music

  • Moloko - Sing it Back (Boris Musical Mix)
  • Ultra Nate - Free
  • Happy Clappers - I Believe
  • Eddie Amador - House Music
  • Kristine W - Feel What You Want
  • DeLacy - Hideaway (Deep Dish Vocal Remix)
  • Sneaker Pimps - Spin Spin Sugar (Armand's Dark Garage Mix)
  • Jaydee - Plastic Dreams
  • Ron Trent - Altered States
  • The Absolute - There Will Come A Day (Half Tab Dub)
  • Slam (band)|Slam - Positive Education
  • Green Velvet - Flash
  • Robert Armani - Circus Bells (Hardfloor Remix)
  • Josh Wink - Higher State of Consciousness
See also: GTA III rendition

Lips 106

DJs: Cliff Lane (Ed McMann) and Andee (Shelley Miller)
Genre: Top 40

  • Randy La Fontaine - Funk in Time
  • Sawaar - Love is the Feeling
  • Sunshine Shine - Mine Until Monday
  • Credit Check - Get Down
  • Cool Timers - Tonight
  • Nina Barry - Bassmatic
  • The Jackstars - Into Something (Come on, Get Down)

All bands are fictional creations of Rockstar North.

See also: GTA III rendition

Radio Del Mundo

DJ: Panjit Gavaskar (Hajaz Akram)
Genre: World Music

  • Ananda Shankar - Raghupati
  • Asha Bhosle - Dum Maro Dum
  • Vijaya Anand - Neeve Nanna (Only You Were Mine)
  • Natacha Atlas - Kidda
  • Farid El Atrache - Hebeena Hebeena
  • Abmed Mneimneh - Aini Bet Ref
  • Ofra Haza - Im Nin'Alu
  • Samira Tawfic - Ballaa Tsoubou Hul Kahwa

MSX 98

DJs: Codebreaker and DJ Timecode
Genre: Drum and Bass

  • Omni Trio - Renegade Snares
  • Renegade - Terrorist
  • Foul Play - Finest Illusion (Legal Mix)
  • Omni Trio - Living For The Future (FBD Project Remix)
  • DJ Pulse - Stay Calm (Foul Play Remix)
  • Hyper-on Experience - Disturbance (Tango Remix)
  • Higher Sense - Cold Fresh Air
  • Omni Trio - Living For The Future
  • Omni Trio - Thru The Vibe (2 on 1 Remix)
  • Deep Blue - The Helicopter Tune
  • Dead Dred - Dred Bass
See also: GTA III rendition

Flashback FM

DJ: Reni Wassulmaier (Barbara Rosenblatt)
Genre: Italo Disco

  • First Hand Experience in Second Hand Love
  • I Wanna Rock You
  • E=mc²
  • The Chase (theme from Midnight Express)
  • She Left, You're Right, She's Gone
  • From Here To Eternity

All songs by Giorgio Moroder.

See also: GTA III rendition

The Liberty Jam

DJ: DJ Clue
Genre: Hardcore Hip-Hop

  • Method Man - All I Need (Uses some instrumentals from "Method Man (Skunk Mix)")
  • Mobb Deep - Shook Ones Pt. II
  • Raekwon - Incarcerated Scarfaces
  • N.O.R.E. - N.O.R.E.
  • Onyx (feat. N.O.R.E. and Big Pun) - Shut 'Em Down (Remix)
  • Big Pun - Beware
  • Big Pun - Twinz (Deep Cover '98)
  • DMX (feat. The Lox) - Get At Me Dog
  • DMX (feat. DJ Clue, Jadakiss, Styles, Drag-on & Eve) - Ruff Ryders Anthem (Remix)
  • Redman (feat. Method Man) - Do What You Feel
  • The Lox & Black Rob - Chain Gang Freestyle
  • The Lox - Chest2chest Freestyle


Liberty City Free Radio, abbreviated as LCFR, is a talk radio station much like WCTR in that it is comprised of several programs.

Electron Zone Radio

A talk show discussing technology related topics. Hosted by Bill (Michael Urichek) and Steve (Ptolemy Slocum). Bill represents the "Fruit OS" users, an obvious parody of Apple's Mac OS. Steve represents "TOS" users which stands for Technical Operating System and is a parody of Microsoft's DOS. The talkshow hosts are also apparently caricatures of Microsoft chairman Bill Gates and Apple CEO Steve Jobs. The show's callers are largely a pack of internet nerds or internet haters - a sly reference to the Matrix films is also made when a woman calls in asking about a virtual reality movie called The Mainframe.

Its disappearance from Liberty City's airwaves by 2001 is likely a reference to the dot com boom of the late 1990s.


The radio program made famous in Grand Theft Auto III returns with Lazlow as host. By 2001, the show will be given its own full-time frequency. Lazlow's callers are diverse but generally offensive, including an internet freak who wants to knock down the Liberty City cathedral, a foul-mouthed cannibal, a man obsessed with shaving and an innocent-sounding 7-yr-old girl who knows an awful lot of swearwords for someone so young. The mother of the game's main character (Toni Cipriani) also calls in, but gets angry with Lazlow, calling him Lazarus and threatening him with a Mafia assassination.

See also: GTA III rendition

Heartland Values with Nurse Bob

This program is set somewhat like a talk show (Quite possibly based on Dr. Phil) that has a live in-studio audience and is hosted by a southern hillbilly named Nurse Bob (Chuck Montgomery). The Nurse Bob name could also be a subtle reference to talk show host Dr. Phil. This reference is further evidenced by similar or near-direct quotes made by Nurse Bob. (e.g. "My definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." which can be heard a number of times on The Dr. Phil Show). The show's cancellation by 2001 could be seen as a sign of the times, as talk shows lost popularity by this point. Nurse Bob also appears to be a devout Christian - as many stereotypical hillbillies are and threatens many of his callers that if they don't shape up, they will be burning for eternity in the fiery pits of Hell.

Breathing World

A spritual enlightment talk show hosted by a new wave hippie by the name of Melissa Chowder (Ashley Albert). Throughout the show, Melissa interviews Crow (Gregg Martin), formerly of the hair metal band Love Fist. Crow is on the show to promote Crowfest '98, a show similar to the real life Live 8. The name Crowfest '98 may have been taken from Ozzfest '98. Crow talks on the show and says that after quitting Love Fist, he has since seen spirtual enlightment through the fact that he has joined a religious cult. Crow was previously referenced in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Crow is an immense egomaniac who offends Melissa greatly with his constant talk of Amazonian drugs, fleecing native tribes and "having five hours worth of Tantric Sex".

Coq O Vin

French chef Richard Goblin (Mike Shapiro) hosts this show where he mutilates live animals and insults the American values when it comes to cooking. He also takes calls from fans of the show, most of whom he alienates by slaughtering animals in their general direction, viciously insulting them or actually attacking them. Over the course of the show, Richard forces a cow to give birth directly into his soup and then butchers her, stuffs a live goose and chopps up the eyeballs and parranean of a cow or rhino and makes them into a pizza. At the end of the show, the LCFR announcer makes a sarcastic comment about animal rights, which may show that the program is a sly reference to the controversy surrounding the airing of the cooking show "Out of the Frying Pan" in 1977, when animal rights campaigners protested against the butchering of a pig live on air.

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