Empire Classic Radio (ECLA) is a Radio station in Mafia II (set in 1946 and 1951). It plays Big Band Jazz, and what would be known today as Oldies. The station headquarters can be found in Midtown. While assumed to play music from the previous decades, the station's role is depicted to have shifted between 1945 and 1951. In 1946, the station is simply tasked in playing past hits from the 1920s and 1930s, encompassing mostly the Big Band and Jazz genres. By 1951, however, the station is reinvented as a more conservative counteract to both Empire Central Radio and Delta Radio, which have both began airing rock and roll music or music influenced by the genre; ECLA circa 1951 continues to favor roughly the same range of music as it played in 1945 while introducing the emerging Pop genre, but evidently forgoes any form of rock and roll music in its playlist. The station is known to be Pro-Democrat. It 1946 the Host was L. Harris, and by 1951 the Host was Gary Stevens. The Station's logo is unknown.

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Mafia II (1946 Segment)

Rum and Coca Cola

The Pessimistic Character

By the Light of the Silvery Moon

Happy Feet

Come On and Stomp Stomp Stomp

Good Little Bad Little You

Sing, Sing, Sing

The Best Things in Life Are Free

You're Driving Me Crazy


Riverboat Shuffle

Stringing The Blues

Beatin' the Dog

Goin' Places

Mafia II (1951 Segment)

My Bonnie Lassie

Ooh Baby Ooh

My Guardian Angel

Let The Good Times Roll

Mambo Italiano

Makin' Whoopee

Held for Questioning

Chow Mein

Count Every Star

After the Lights Go Down Low


Ain't That a Kick in the Head

Return to Me

That's Amore

900 Miles

Springtime in Monaco

Manhattan Spiritual

The Peanut Vendor

Pennies From Heaven

Che La Luna

Oh Marie The Closer to the Bone

When You're Smiling

Make Love To Me

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