GTA IV - K109 The Studio

Genre: Disco
DJ: DJ Karl (voiced by Karl Lagerfeld)

Grand Theft Auto soundtrack listing for K109 The Studio:

Cerrone - Supernature
Don Ray - Standing In The Rain
Electrik Funk - On A Journey
Gino Soccio - Dancer
Harry Thumann - Underwater
Peter Brown - Burning Love Breakdown
Rainbow Brown - Till You Surrender
Skatt Brothers - Walk The Night
Suzy Q - Get On Up And Do It Again
Tamiko Jones - Can't Live Without Your Love

About K109 The Studio:

K109 The Studio is this Grand Theft Auto soundtrack's disco radio station, playing disco music from "the time when Liberty City was fun", which, according to the release years of the tracks on K109, was the mid 1970s to early 1980s. DJ Karl, the station's DJ, is voiced by real life fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld.

Additional track info:

"Supernature" by Cerrone appears on his 1977 album "Supernature (Cerrone 3)".

"Standing In The Rain" by Don Ray appears on his 1978 album "The Garden Of Love".

"On A Journey" by Electrik Funk was released as a single in 1982.

"Dancer" by Gino Soccio was released on his 1979 album "Outline".

"Underwater" by Harry Thumann appears on his 1979 debut album "American Express". The track was also released as a single that same year.

"Burning Love Breakdown" by Peter Brown appears as the B side of his 1977 single "Do Ya Wanna Get Funky With Me".

"Till You Surrender" by Rainbow Brown was released as a single in 1981. The single features two versions of this song, the B side being instrumental. A third, longer, version of the song was featured as the B side of Rainbow Brown's single "I'm The One".

"Walk The Night" by Skatt Brothers was released on the band's 1979 album "Strange Spirits". According to a 2008 Reuters article, Rockstar Games were so keen on getting this particular song on the GTA IV soundtrack that they went through the effort of hiring a private investigator to find the persons who owned the rights to the song.

"Get On Up And Do It Again" by Suzy Q was released in 1981 on the album with the same name and as a single that same year.

"Can't Live Without Your Love" by Tamiko Jones was released as a single in 1979.

Similar radio stations:

Paradise FM (GTA: Vice City Stories)

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