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The Krunch 106.66[1] is a Radio Station in Saints Row and Saints Row 2.

The Krunch 106.66 logo

Saints RowEdit

This station plays primarily hard rock & glam metal.

DJEdit

Bubba The Love Sponge[2] is the DJ for The Krunch in Saints Row.

SR1 announcer Krunch 0173 Bubba

TracklistEdit

Saints Row 2Edit

In Saints Row 2 the station has more metalcore oriented bands, Most Brotherhood vehicles are set to this station.[4]

DJEdit

Corndog is the DJ for The Krunch in Saints Row 2.

SR2 announcer KRUNCH 00010 Corndog

TracklistEdit

QuotesEdit

  • "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)

TriviaEdit

  • 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).

GalleryEdit

  • The Krunch 106.66 onscreen text
  • The Krunch 106.66 logo
  • The Krunch 106.66 description in Saints Row 2
  • Billboard

ReferencesEdit

  1. Image:
    The Krunch 106.66 onscreen text

    The Krunch 106.66 onscreen text

  2. Credits: Saints Row credits
  3. 3.0 3.1 Note: Not available at Scratch That
  4. Note: Verified with multiple vehicles
  5. Note: One of six tracks played as end credit music.
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