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RamJam FM is a radio station appearing in the PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV: The Complete Edition, and Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City. The station plays Reggae music.


Description

The Station is hosted by David Rodigan and is meant to replace Tuff Gong Radio and Massive B Soundsystem 96.9 in EFLC. The name of this radio station comes from Rodigan's nickname "Ram Jam". [1]

It is one of the favorite radio stations of Luis Lopez and the Yardies in EFLC. In GTA IV: The Complete Edition on PC, Little Jacob also likes this station along with the previously existing Tuff Gong and Massive B.

Tracklist

Tracklist
Song: Preview:
"Don't Fuss" (AKA "Sweet Reggae Music") by Barrington Levy (1979)
"Out of Jamaica" by Ini Kamoze (2009)
"Holiday" by Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley (2009)
Not available on Spotify
"Jammin' for Survival" by The Morwells & Prince Jammy (1979)
"Police in Helicopter" by John Holt feat. Sizzla (1983)
"Hard Time Pressure" by Sugar Minott (1978)
"007 (Shanty Town)" by Desmond Dekker (1967)
"Anything Goes" by Major Lazer feat. Turbalance (2009)
"Jammy A Shine" by Prince Jammy (1979)
"54-46 Was My Number" by Toots & the Maytals (1970)
"Worries in the Dance" by Frankie Paul (1983)
"Mus Come a Road" by Mr. Vegas (2008)

Appearances

Gallery

Video

Gta_4_EFLC_Ram_Jam_fm_Full_Radio

Gta 4 EFLC Ram Jam fm Full Radio

Trivia

  • In the PC version of GTA IV: The Complete Edition, Niko will ask taxi drivers to put on "the liberal station" when selecting this station. This appears to be due to a bug that scrambled all of the quotes for asking the taxi driver to put on a station, especially since there are no lines for Niko requesting RamJam FM, Vice City FM, or Self-Actualization FM.

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