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November 23, 2004

{     GTA San Andreas - The Lost Radio Stations Part 2     }    

K-GEY Guaranteed not to offend, or enlighten!

EMF- Unbelieveable
Seal - Crazy
New Kids On The Block - Hangin' Tough
Ace of Base - The Sign
Milli Vanilli - Baby, Don't Forget My Number
Taylor Dane - Shelter
Londonbeat - I've Been Thinkin' About You
Go West - King of Wishful Thinking
Roxette - You've Got the Look
Technotronic - Pump Up The Jam
Timmy T - One More Try
Real McCoy - Another Night
Amy Grant - Baby Baby
Rick Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up
Jane Child - Don't Want to Fall in Love
Paula Abdul - Opposites Attract
Fine Young Cannibals - Good Thing
OMC - How Bizzare
Right Said Fred - I'm Too Sexy
Martika - Toy Soldiers
Michael W. Smith - My Place In This World
Los Del Rio - The Macarena
2 Unlimited - Get Ready For This
PM Dawn - Set Adrift on Memory Bliss

Here's a double dose of shitty 90's pop from the decade that almost single-handedly ruined music. Witness the birth of the modern boy band, the rise of bland and inoffensive soccer-mom pop, and the Milli Vanilli phenomenon. The Clear Channel empire was built on such stuff....


killing those dirty gangsters to "right said fred" would possibly be the greatest thing on earth.

Posted by: Naughty James at November 26, 2004 8:42 PM

I guess nobody needs to think of shitty country songs from 90's, because it all blew. A radio station name does come to mind though: W-HIK- The Sheep.

Posted by: Junebug at November 30, 2004 1:00 AM

Full disclosure time:
Admit it, Adam-- when you were enrolled in Columbia House's music club back in the early 90's, EMF's "Schubert Dip" was at the top of your want-list. When questioned about it, you defended "Unbelievable." As I recall, your justification of the song's alleged merit was based on some manner of sublimnal background vocals you found rather fetching.
We can, of course, chalk all this up to youthful naivete and trust that a decade of hindset has revealed the error of your ways in days of yore.

Posted by: Q at November 30, 2004 10:01 PM

It's true- I had a love affair with Schubert Dip.

The "subliminal" sample is actually the hook to Unbelievable- it repeats over and over, with a synth cow-bell ringing behind it "What the fuck..." "What the fuck..." "What the fuck was that"
Pretty nice slipping in of the f-bomb onto pop radio, I must say.

Oh, and they sampled T.S. Elliot reading excerpts from "The Wasteland", so that scored some points too.

Posted by: Adam at December 1, 2004 3:02 PM

Hello!I have one question.How to change/rename your radio station in GTA San Andreas??Plz help.

Posted by: Immortal at November 8, 2009 7:47 PM
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