GTA San Andreas K-DST Songs - The Ultimate Classic Rock Playlist
If you are a fan of GTA San Andreas, you probably know that one of the best things about the game is its amazing soundtrack. The game features 11 radio stations that play different genres of music, from rap to country, from reggae to pop. But if you are looking for some classic rock tunes to accompany your adventures in Los Santos, San Fierro, and Las Venturas, there is only one station you need: K-DST.
K-DST, also known as The Dust, is the classic rock radio station in GTA San Andreas. It is hosted by Tommy \"The Nightmare\" Smith, a former member of the fictional band Crystal Ship. Smith is voiced by W. Axl Rose, the lead singer of Guns N' Roses. Smith plays some of the greatest rock songs from the 70s and 80s, and also makes some hilarious comments about his life, his music, and the state of the world.
In this article, we will list all the songs that you can hear on K-DST, and also give you some trivia and facts about them. Whether you are driving a car, flying a plane, or riding a bike, these songs will make your GTA San Andreas experience even more awesome.
Here are all the songs that you can hear on K-DST, in alphabetical order by artist name. We will also provide you with some information about each song, such as the year of release, the album name, and some interesting facts.
\"Slow Ride\" by Foghat (1975)
This song is from Foghat's fifth album Fool for the City. It is one of their most popular songs and has been featured in many movies, TV shows, and video games. The song is about taking it easy and enjoying life.
\"Green River\" by Creedence Clearwater Revival (1969)
This song is from CCR's third album Green River. It is inspired by John Fogerty's childhood memories of visiting his relatives in Putah Creek near Winters, California. The song has a swamp rock sound and a catchy chorus.
\"Barracuda\" by Heart (1977)
This song is from Heart's second album Little Queen. It is a hard rock song with a powerful guitar riff and vocals by Ann Wilson. The song was written as a response to a rumor that Ann and her sister Nancy were lovers.
\"Strutter\" by Kiss (1974)
This song is from Kiss' debut album Kiss. It is a glam rock song with a catchy melody and lyrics about a confident woman who walks like a model. The song was co-written by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley.
\"Hold the Line\" by Toto (1978)
This song is from Toto's debut album Toto. It is a pop rock song with a piano intro and a guitar solo by Steve Lukather. The song was Toto's first hit single and reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
\"Young Turks\" by Rod Stewart (1981)
This song is from Rod Stewart's tenth album Tonight I'm Yours. It is a synth-pop song with a catchy chorus and lyrics about two young lovers who run away from home. The song was Stewart's first hit of the 80s and reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
\"Runnin' Down a Dream\" by Tom Petty (1989)
This song is from Tom Petty's first solo album Full Moon Fever. It is a rock song with a driving beat and lyrics about chasing your dreams. The song was co-written by Petty, Jeff Lynne, and Mike Campbell.
\"Woman to Woman\" by Joe Cocker (1972)
This song is from Joe Cocker's fourth album Joe Cocker. It is a soulful rock ballad with powerful vocals by Cocker and lyrics about a man who pleads with his lover not to leave him for another woman.