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The Soundtrack to San Lorenzo

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San Lorenzo has a few radio stations, however we'll look at the most prominent ones.


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This station is hosted by Jimmy "the Rattlesnake" Jones, a guitar player for an obscure band in the '70s you've never heard of. The station plays classic rock form the '60s, '70s and '80s.


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K-Ko FM 82.4 is a pop music station that caters mostly to teenagers and people who like music that is currently popular. The DJ often blabbers on and on about random celebrity gossip while dishing out catchy pop tunes.


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K-ALT plays alternative rock & pop music. It has consistently been rated #1 music station in San Lorenzo by perpetually bored urban hipsters.


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Ritmo Latino is a Spanish-speaking music station that plays Latin-American pop.


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Rad FM plays pop & new wave songs from the '80s.


YouTube Playlist A station that plays modern r&b music.

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Hehe, that's a creative idea and some of the descriptions remind me on radio stations at GTA

Good work :)

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