GTA IV - Liberty Rock Radio

Genre: Classic rock
DJ: Iggy Pop (voiced by himself)

Grand Theft Auto soundtrack listing for Liberty Rock Radio:

Black Sabbath - Heaven And Hell
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - Her Strut
David Bowie - Fascination
ELO - Evil Woman
Elton John - Street Kids
Genesis - Mama
Godley & Creme - Cry
Heart - Straight On
Hello - New York Groove
Joe Walsh - Rocky Mountain Way
Q Lazzarus - Goodbye Horses
Queen - One Vision
R.E.M. - Turn You Inside Out
Steve Marriott's Scrubbers - Cocaine
Stevie Nicks - Edge Of Seventeen
The Black Crowes - Remedy
The Sisters Of Mercy - Dominion / Mother Russia
The Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
The Stooges - I Wanna Be Your Dog
The Who - The Seeker
Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak
ZZ Top - Thug

Songs added to the soundtrack with the "The Lost and Damned" DLC:

AC/DC - Touch Too Much
Aerosmith - Lord Of The Thighs
Alice Cooper - Go To Hell
Bon Jovi - Wanted Dead Or Alive
Deep Purple - Highway Star
The Doobie Brothers - China Grove
The Doors - Five To One
The Edgar Winter Group - Free Ride
Foghat - Drivin' Wheel
Iron Maiden - Run To The Hills
The James Gang - Funk #49
Jefferson Starship - Jane
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Saturday Night Special
Mötley Crüe - Wild Side
Nazareth - Hair Of The Dog
Rod Stewart - Every Picture Tells A Story
Saxon - Wheels Of Steel
Styx - Renegade

About Liberty Rock Radio:

Liberty Rock Radio is this Grand Theft Auto soundtrack's classic rock radio station, playing the classic raging rock throughout Liberty City. Iggy Pop, the station's DJ, is the singer in the band The Stooges and has a song, "I Wanna Be Your Dog", on Liberty Rock Radio's Grand Theft Auto soundtrack.

Additional track info:

Most of the tracks featured on the Liberty Rock Radio soundtrack are from the 1970s and 1980s, but there is also one song from the late 1960s (The Stooges' "I Wanna Be Your Dog") and a couple of songs from the 1990s:

The track "Heaven And Hell" by Black Sabbath was released on their 1980 album with the same name.

"Her Strut" by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band appears on their 1980 album "Against The Wind".

"Fascination" by David Bowie appears on his 1975 album "Young Americans".

"Evil Woman" by E.L.O. (Electric Light Orchestra) appears on their 1975 album "Face The Music" and was also released as a single the same year.

"Street Kids" by Elton John appears on his 1975 album "Rock Of The Westies".

"Mama" by Genesis appears on their 1983 album "Genesis".

"Cry" by Godley & Creme was released in 1985 on their album "The History Mix Volume 1". This track is also featured as background music for the fall 2008 Grand Theft Auto IV TV commercial.

"Straight On" by Heart was released in 1978 on the album "Dog & Butterfly".

"New York Groove" by Hello appears on their 1975 album "Keep Us Off The Streets" and was also released as a single. This song was also later recorded as a cover by KISS and released on their 1978 album "Ace Frehley".

"Rocky Mountain Way" by Joe Walsh and his then-band Barnstorm was released on his 1973 album "The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get". Joe Walsh later went on to join The Eagles.

The song "Goodbye Horses" by Q Lazzarus was released as a single in 1988 with the same name.

"One Vision" by Queen was released as a single in 1985 and then appears on their 1986 album "A Kind Of Magic". An interesting (and strange) note about this song is that the final line in the lyrics is actually "fried chicken".

"Turn You Inside Out" by R.E.M. appears on their 1988 album "Green".

"Cocaine" by Steve Marriott's Scrubbers appear on the 1996 album "Steve Marriott's Scrubbers".

"Edge Of Seventeen" by Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac vocalist since the mid 1970s) was released on her 1981 solo debut album "Bella Donna".

"Remedy" by The Black Crowes appears on their 1992 album "The Southern Harmony And Musical Companion".

"Dominion/Mother Russia" by The Sisters Of Mercy appears on their 1987 album "Floodland".

"1979" by The Smashing Pumpkins was released in 1995 on their album "Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness" and was also released as a single the year after.

"I Wanna Be Your Dog" by The Stooges was released on their self-titled 1969 debut album. The Stooges' lead sing is Iggy Pop, the DJ on this radio station.

"The Seeker" by The Who was released as a single in 1970 and later appears on their 1971 album "Meaty Beaty Big And Bouncy".

"Jailbreak" by Thin Lizzy appears on their 1976 album with the same name. It's one of Thin Lizzy's most well-known tracks.

"Thug" by ZZ Top appears on their 1983 album "Eliminator".

Additional track info (The Lost And Damned):

The track "Wilde Side" by Mötley Crüe was featured as background music of the second official The Lost And Damned DLC trailer.

Similar radio stations:

K-DST (GTA: San Andreas)
Liberty City Hardcore (L.C.H.C.) (GTA IV)
Radio Broker (GTA IV)
Radio X (GTA: San Andreas)
V-Rock (GTA: Vice City)
V-Rock (GTA: Vice City Stories)

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