- "Bad news for London: car crime has increased recently. Good news for London: this record will be available shortly, enjoy!"
- — Blow Upradio
Blow Upradio is a radio station featured in Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 and Grand Theft Auto: London 1961. It consists of a single song, from the '60s beat genre.
The station is notable because, with a running time of only 1 minute and 55 seconds, it is effectively the shortest radio station in both GTA London and the entire GTA series.
|"Beat Fuga Shake" by Riz Ortolani (1967)
GTA London (1961 & 1969) - Blow Up Radio Riz Ortolani - "Beat Fuga Shake"
GTA London (1961 & 1969) - Blow Up Radio Full radio
- At a length of just 1:55, Blow Upradio it the shortest station in the whole game series. The closest station, also from GTA London, is Radio Andorra (2:22).
- "Beat Fuga Shake" is taken from the soundtrack for the 1967 Italian film "Il mistero dell'ombra" (also known as "Tiffany Memorandum").
- Sound of Soho - another radio in GTA London that plays a song by Riz Ortolani.
- Radio Penelope - another radio in GTA London that plays other songs by Riz Ortolani.
- Radio Andorra - another radio in GTA London that plays other songs by Riz Ortolani.