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=== Next-Gen Playlist ===
 
=== Next-Gen Playlist ===
 
* [[wp:Backstreet Boys|Backstreet Boys]] - "[[wp:I Want It That Way|I Want It That Way]]" ''(1999)''
 
* [[wp:Backstreet Boys|Backstreet Boys]] - "[[wp:I Want It That Way|I Want It That Way]]" ''(1999)''
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* [[wp:Bobby Brown|Bobby Brown]] - "[[wp:On Our Own (song)|On Our Own]]" ''(1989)''
 
* [[wp:Bronski Beat|Bronski Beat]] - "[[wp:Smalltown Boy|Smalltown Boy]]" ''(1984)''
 
* [[wp:Bronski Beat|Bronski Beat]] - "[[wp:Smalltown Boy|Smalltown Boy]]" ''(1984)''
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* [[wp:Cassie Venture|Cassie]] - "[[wp:Me & U (song)|Me & U]]" ''(2006)''
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* [[wp:Dirty Vegas|Dirty Vegas]] - "[[wp:Days Go By|Days Go By]]" ''(2001)''
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* [[wp:Gorillaz|Gorillaz]] feat. [[wp:De La Soul|De La Soul]] - "[[wp:Feel Good Inc.|Feel Good Inc.]]" ''(2005)''
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* [[wp:INXS|INXS]] - "[[wp:New Sensation|New Sensation]]" ''(1988)''
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* [[wp:Jamiroquai|Jamiroquai]] - "[[wp:Alright (Jamiroquai song)|Alright]]" ''(1997)''
 
* [[wp:Lady Gaga|Lady Gaga]] - "[[wp:Applause (Lady Gaga song)|Applause]]" ''(2013)''
 
* [[wp:Lady Gaga|Lady Gaga]] - "[[wp:Applause (Lady Gaga song)|Applause]]" ''(2013)''
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* [[wp:Living In A Box|Living In A Box]] - "[[wp:Living In A Box (song)|Living In A Box]]" ''(1987)''
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* [[wp:Lorde|Lorde]] - "[[wp:Tennis Court (song)|Tennis Court]]" ''(2013)''
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* [[wp:M83 (band)|M83]] - "[[wp:Midnight City|Midnight City]]" ''(2011)''
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* [[wp:Maroon 5|Maroon 5]] - "[[wp:Moves like Jagger|Moves like Jagger]]" ''(2011)''
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* [[wp:M.I.A. (rapper)|M.I.A.]] - "[[wp:Bad Girls (M.I.A. song)|Bad Girls]]" ''(2012)''
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* [[wp:Mike Ponser|Mike Ponser]] - "[[wp:Cooler than Me|Cooler than Me]]" ''(2010)''
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* [[wp:Moloko|Moloko]] - "[[wp:The Time Is Now (Moloko song)|The Time Is Now]]" ''(2000)''
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* [[wp:Morcheeba|Morcheeba]] - "Tape Loop" ''(1996)''
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* [[wp:Naked Eyes|Naked Eyes]] - "[[wp:Promises, Promises (Naked Eyes song)|Promises, Promises]]" ''(1983)''
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* [[wp:Real Life (band)|Real Life]] - "[[wp:Send Me an Angel (Real Life song)|Send Me an Angel]]" ''(1983)''
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* [[wp:Robbie Williams|Robbie Williams]] & [[wp:Kylie Minogue|Kylie Minogue]] - "[[wp:Kids (Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue song)|Kids]]" ''(2000)''
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* [[wp:Simply Red|Simply Red]] - "[[wp:Something Got Me Started|Something Got Me Started]] ([[wp:Steve "Silk" Hurley|Hurley]] House Mix)" ''(1991)''
 
* [[wp:Sly Fox (band)|Sly Fox]] - "[[wp:Let's Go All The Way (song)|Let's Go All The Way]]" ''(1985)''
 
* [[wp:Sly Fox (band)|Sly Fox]] - "[[wp:Let's Go All The Way (song)|Let's Go All The Way]]" ''(1985)''
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* [[wp:Sneaker Pimps|Sneaker Pimps]] - "[[wp:6 Underground|6 Underground]]" ''(1996)''
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* [[wp:Taylor Dayne|Taylor Dayne]] - "[[wp:Tell It to My Heart|Tell It to My Heart]]" ''(1987)''
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* [[wp:The Black Eyed Peas|The Black Eyed Peas]] - "[[wp:Meet Me Halfway|Meet Me Halfway]]" ''(2009)''
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* [[wp:The Blow Monkeys|The Blow Monkeys]] feat. [[wp:Kym Mazelle|Kim Mazelle]] - "Wait" ''(1989)''
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== Unused songs ==
 
== Unused songs ==

Revision as of 14:17, 23 November 2014

Radio Station
Non Stop Pop FM
NonStopPopFM-GTAV-logo.svg
Genre: Dance-pop, synthpop, contemporary R&B, house
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto V
DJ(s): Cara Delevingne
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Non-Stop-Pop FM is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto V hosted by Cara Delevingne, featuring pop, dance and house music, dating from the eighties to today.

DJ: Cara Delevingne

Genres: dance-pop, synthpop, contemporary R&B, house

Pop hits from the 80s, 90s, Naughties and today.

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

Playlist

Next-Gen Playlist


Unused songs

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

Trivia

  • Cara Delevingne is a real life English fashion model. Interestingly, one of the brands she has modeled for, Chanel, is led by Karl Lagerfeld, who in GTA IV was the DJ of K109 The Studio.
  • The station's frequency is 100.7 FM, which may be a reference to the British nationwide Heart radio network, which plays pop music of a similar vein and started off in 1994 as 100.7 Heart FM.

See also

References