In most cars in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, different radio stations are available on the radio. The audio menu still lists them, when the game is stopped. The soundtrack was released in a package of boxes and seven individual CDs. GTA Vice City Radio Stations play a mix of music, DJ talk, and publicity. Each station represents a musical style that aims to evoke the time’s atmosphere.
The player can hear the following radios:WILDSTYLE
Wild style is a GTA vice City Radio Stations anchored by DJ Super Rocking Mr. Magic, who was a popular hip hop DJ of the ’80s at the time of the game. The station plays hip hop in old school style and electro music in earlier times. The station’s album of songs can be found separately or inside the soundtrack collection of the GTA Vice City. Just one commercial known as ‘Complete the Look’ is available, but, as Mr. Magic said, this radio station has no advertisements, but one.
Flash FM is the DJ Toni who works here as the host. Flash FM radio station also appears in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. Another DJ who’s name is Teri, accompanied Toni in 1984. Flash FM is a pop music player and one of the Sharks’ favorite radio stations.
K-Chat is popular in which Amy Sheckenhausen’s host Vice City (echoed via Leyna Weber voice). Sheckenhausen is a spunky girl with a cheerful voice who appears, though ignored all her dull seems to notice, to gush about her popular guests. Often during interviews, she reads a book and she forgets about playing advertisements. K-Chat is one of two radio stations not mentioned in Grand Theft Auto, from the nine radio stations throughout the game: Vice City’s Approved Soundtrack, alongside Vice City Public Radio. In addition to listener call-in attendance, K-Chat performs “live” interviews with local and national celebrities. Amy talks with seven participants, some of them elsewhere in the game, during the broadcast played during the game.
Fever 105 radio station is hosted by Oliver “Ladykiller” Biscuit which is voiced by Julius Dyson, is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. There’s a blend of disco, soul, and R&B at the station. Fever 105 is one of two favorite Haitian gang-tuned radio stations, which you can hear after the player jacks the Voodoo gang. Even, when the player enters the white Infernus supercar from Lance Vance the station is the standard radio station. A song album from the station is available individually or on the soundtrack package of Vice City.
In 1984 and subsequently, in 1986, V-Rock is a radio station located in Reddick, Florida. It is transmitted to Vice City. Grand Theft Auto, Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Legends, are the key features of the station. It was originally hosted by Couzin Ed until the Grand Theft Auto, Vice City, was taken over by Lazlow in 1986. The station plays heavy metal mainly, but also other rock. Station promotions were also contrasted with other stations and said that V-Rock was playing rock while other stations played synthesizer music. Jazz Stream of Love Fist also gives some appearances, saying “You hear V-Rock.” The phone number is still present in the GTA Vice City Stories, but an only phone call is a man who hates Couzin Ed.
Vice City Public Radio is a Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories and is abbreviated as VCPR. Note that VCPR continues to be transmitted nationally despite its name. VCP Radio presented pressing questions show in GTA Vice City with supervisors Jonathan Freeloader (Patrick Olsen) and Michelle Montanius (Kelly Guest) and a topical discussion program, which was presented by Maurice Chávez (speaking by Philip Anthony Rodriguez). In conjunction with K-Chat, the other talk station in the game, the Grand Theft Auto VCPR: Vice City soundtrack has not been released.
The radio station of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories is Radio Espantoso. This radio station performs Latin Jazz. Hector Hernandez was the DJ of the station in 1984. Pepe replaces Hector in 1986, though Pepe comes from Cuba. Radio Espantoso is also Cubans / Los Cabrones’ favorite radio stations.
Emotion 98.3 is a radio station hosted by Fernando Martinez, voiced by Frank Chavez in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Lionel Makepeace in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, narrated by Steve Stratton. The station has power ballades between the late 1970s and the mid-1980s. Emotion 98.3 is among the Patrol Invest Party and the Bikers’ three favorite radio stations that can be tuned to Emotion 98.3 by chance when the player steals their gangs. There are also several sets of songs of the station and the only radio station with all of the songs on the official CD is the soundtrack of the Vice City collection.
Wave 103 is a Grand Theft Auto radio station: Grand City and Grand Theft Auto: Grand Theft News. Created in 1981, the station is hosted by Adam First and Adam and Trish Camden Last. New wave and synthpop music appear in Wave 103. The compilation of the tracks is available individually or inside the soundtrack package of the GTA Vice City. If consumers made a prepayment of $10 on the PC edition of the game on Best Buy, they got this amount. On the European version of the Wave 103 CD album Flash FM’s Japanese Boy is also released.
A customer-determined radio station enables the player to play their own music tracks in GTA games. The feature was originally for Desktop models, initially taking into account the need to better suit the user tracks of Desktop hard drives; however, it is implemented on two console platforms with a restricted basis.
These above-mentioned radio stations are used in the GTA Vice City Radio Stations and you can enjoy them while playing the game.