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'''Tuff Gong Radio''' is a reggae [[Radio Stations in GTA IV|radio station]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] hosted by [[Carl Bradshaw]].
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|data4 = Host: [[Carl Bradshaw]]}}Tuff Gong Radio''' is a reggae [[Radio Stations in GTA IV|radio station]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] hosted by [[Carl Bradshaw]].
   
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
 
Tuff Gong Radio is considered a more traditional companion to [[Massive B Soundsystem 96.9|Massive B Soundsystem]], playing classical [[wp:reggae|reggae]] compared to Massive B's [[wp:dancehall|dancehall]], which is rooted at reggae but is more commercialized.
 
Tuff Gong Radio is considered a more traditional companion to [[Massive B Soundsystem 96.9|Massive B Soundsystem]], playing classical [[wp:reggae|reggae]] compared to Massive B's [[wp:dancehall|dancehall]], which is rooted at reggae but is more commercialized.
   
The station's existence is an apparent nod to the late [[wp:Bob Marley|Bob Marley]], a prominent reggae artist. Indeed, the station's playlist consists of nothing but music from [[wp:Bob Marley & The Wailers|Bob Marley & The Wailers]], as well as Bob Marley's two sons, [[wp:Stephen Marley (musician)|Stephen Marley]] and [[wp:Damian Marley|Damian Marley]]. The "Tuff Gong" name itself may be derived from a nickname of Bob Marley's (after Rastafari leader [[wp:Leonard Howell|Leonard "The Gong" Howell]]), or the name of [[wp:Tuff Gong|the label founded by Bob Marley & The Wailers]] in 1970.
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The station's existence is an apparent nod to the late [[wp:Bob Marley|Bob Marley]], a prominent reggae artist. Indeed, the station's playlist consists of nothing but music from [[wp:Bob Marley & The Wailers|Bob Marley & The Wailers]], as well as Bob Marley's two sons, [[wp:Stephen Marley (musician)|Stephen Marley]] and [[wp:Damian Marley|Damian Marley]]. The "Tuff Gong" name itself may be derived from a nickname of Bob Marley's (after Rastafari leader [[wp:Leonard Howell|Leonard "The Gong" Howell]]), or the name of [[wp:Tuff Gong|the label founded by Bob Marley & The Wailers]] in 1970.
   
 
As [[RamJam FM]] replaces Tuff Gong Radio and Massive B Soundsystem in [[GTA IV Episodes|Episodes from Liberty City]], the station will not be available in the compilation's version of [[The Lost and Damned]] and [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]].
 
As [[RamJam FM]] replaces Tuff Gong Radio and Massive B Soundsystem in [[GTA IV Episodes|Episodes from Liberty City]], the station will not be available in the compilation's version of [[The Lost and Damned]] and [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]].
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Revision as of 01:06, May 15, 2011

Tuff Gong Radio
Tuff Gong
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Genre: Reggae
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto IV
Host: Carl Bradshaw
Tuff Gong Radio is a reggae radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV hosted by Carl Bradshaw.

Description

Tuff Gong Radio is considered a more traditional companion to Massive B Soundsystem, playing classical reggae compared to Massive B's dancehall, which is rooted at reggae but is more commercialized.

The station's existence is an apparent nod to the late Bob Marley, a prominent reggae artist. Indeed, the station's playlist consists of nothing but music from Bob Marley & The Wailers, as well as Bob Marley's two sons, Stephen Marley and Damian Marley. The "Tuff Gong" name itself may be derived from a nickname of Bob Marley's (after Rastafari leader Leonard "The Gong" Howell), or the name of the label founded by Bob Marley & The Wailers in 1970.

As RamJam FM replaces Tuff Gong Radio and Massive B Soundsystem in Episodes from Liberty City, the station will not be available in the compilation's version of The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony.

Track list

  • Stephen Marley - "Chase Dem" (2005)
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers - "Concrete Jungle" (The Unreleased Original Jamaican Version) (1973)
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers - "Pimper's Paradise" (1980)
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers - "Rat Race" (1975)
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers - "Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock)" (1978)
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers - "Satisfy My Soul" (1978)
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers - "So Much Trouble In The World" (1979)
  • Damian Marley - "Stand Up Jamrock" (2005)
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers - "Wake Up & Live (Parts 1 & 2)" (1979)

Trivia

References

  1. pc\audio\Sfx\radio_babylon.rpf
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