This station plays primarily hard rock & glam metal.
- Bang Tango - Dancin' On Coals
- Bang Tango - Love Injection
- Bang Tango - Someone Like You
- Great White - Once Bitten Twice Shy
- L.A. Guns - Ballad Of Jayne
- Ratt - Back For More
- Ratt - Round and Round
- Ratt - Way Cool Jr.
- Roxx Gang - Ball 'n' Chain
- Roxx Gang - No Easy Way Out
- Slaughter - Mad About You
- Slaughter - Spend My Life
- Slaughter - Up All Night
- Winger - Easy Come Easy Go
- Winger - Seventeen
Saints Row 2Edit
Corndog is the DJ for The Krunch in Saints Row 2.
- 3 Inches of Blood - Deadly Sinners
- The Agony Scene - Barnburner
- As I Lay Dying - Nothing Left
- Avenged Sevenfold - Bat Country
- The Black Dahlia Murder - What a Horrible Night to Have a Curse
- Chimaira - Resurrection
- The Dillinger Escape Plan - Milk Lizard
- Helmet - Unsung
- Hum - Stars
- Lamb of God - Redneck
- Mastodon - Colony of Birchmen
- Opeth - Ghost of Perdition
- Trivium - Anthem (We Are the Fire)
- Wolfmother - Woman
- "You like pop music? Go fuck yourself! Krunch: 106.66!"
- "Curbstompin' mainstream rock since 1984!"
- "We don't ever take our foot off the gas!"
- "I'm not gonna lie, I fuckin' LOVE this next song!"
- "If you don't like this next song I am personally gonna come to your house and kick you in the neck!"
- I hear you, brother. (After a caller said the Feed Dogs suck and that he wanted some good Metal)
- The last three numbers, 666 is a reference to the Number of the Beast from the Bible's Book of Revelation. This number is commonly associated with heavy metal music.
- When someone calls in to request The Black Dahlia Murder's "What a Horrible Night to Have a Curse", she reveals that her name is Belmont, which is the surname of The Protagonist from Castlevania II, where the song's title was inspired. Corndog replies "No. Fucking. Way!" to this.
- In Saints Row: The Third, The Krunch is replaced with 106.66 The Blood.
- The radio station's designation is entirely fictitious, as FM radio stations in the United States (where Stilwater is located) end with only single odd numbers (1,3,5,7 and 9).