"Disco never dies! Music from the time when Liberty City was fun."
— GTA IV Website
"Join DJ Karl on a journey back to the heyday of Liberty City when disco never died and electronic music was born."
— GTA IV Website
"DJ Karl returns to K109 The Studio with a new mix of club classics from the likes of Chic and Créme D'Cocoa."
— The Ballad of Gay Tony Website


K109 The Studio is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City that plays disco music.

Description

The station is hosted by the late Karl Lagerfeld. The Grand Theft Auto IV version of the station is expanded in the second downloadable episode, The Ballad of Gay Tony.

This is the favourite radio station of Bernie Crane and Tony Prince, and one of the favorites of the Albanian Mob.


Tracklist

Grand Theft Auto IV

Tracklist
Song: Preview: Notes:
"Burning Love Breakdown" by Peter Brown (1977)
"Can't Live Without Your Love" by Tamiko Jones (1979) Removed in Patch 1.0.8.0 due to the 10-year licensing agreement on them expiring.
"Dancer" by Gino Soccio (1979)
"Get on Up and Do It Again" by Suzy Q (1981)
"On a Journey" by Electrik Funk (1982)
"Standing in the Rain" by Don Ray (1978)
"Supernature" by Cerrone (1977)
"Underwater" by Harry Thumann (1979)
"Walk the Night" by Skatt Brothers (1980)


Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City

Tracklist
Song: Preview: Notes:
"A Lover's Holiday" by Change (1980)
"Any Love" by Rufus feat. Chaka Khan (1979)
"(Are You Ready) Do the Bus Stop" by Fatback Band (1975)
"Boogie Oogie Oogie" by A Taste of Honey (1978)
"Disco Inferno" by The Trammps (1976)
"Doin' the Dog" by Creme d'Cocoa (1979)
"Everybody Dance" by Chic (1978)
"He's the Greatest Dancer" by Sister Sledge (1978)
"I Need You" by Sylvester (1980)
"Menergy" by Patrick Cowley (1984)
"Put Your Body in It" by Stephanie Mills (1979)
"Relight My Fire" by Dan Hartman (1979)
"Shake Your Groove Thing" by Peaches & Herb (1978)
"Still in Love" by Rose Royce (1982) Removed in Patch 1.0.8.0 due to the 10-year licensing agreement on them expiring.
"There But For the Grace of God Go I" by Machine (1979)
"Young Hearts Run Free" by Candi Staton (1976)


Deleted songs

The "american.gxt" file shows that the following songs were planned for this station but did not appear in the final game:

Appearances

Radio Station
Individual Songs
  • "Menergy" by Sylvester, "Shake Your Groove Thing" by Peaches & Herb, "Relight My Fire" by Dan Hartman and "A Lover's Holiday" by Change play during the end credits of The Ballad of Gay Tony.

Video

Grand Theft Auto IV soundtrack:

 

Episodes from Liberty City soundtrack:

 



Gallery

Trivia

  • One of the tracks, "Walk The Night" by the Skatt Brothers, was the subject of a rather infamous licensing event. Due to the death of Skatt Brothers lead singer Sean Delaney, Rockstar Games hired a private investigator to track down Delaney's surviving relatives to secure the rights of the track as the company felt that the song was essential to the game.

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