The Mix 107.77 plays iconic songs from the '80s & '90s.
Saints Row 2Edit
Darius Masters is the host The Mix in Saints Row 2.
- Don't You (Forget About Me) by Simple Minds (1985) *
- Down Under by Men At Work (1981) *
- Everybody Wants to Rule the World by Tears for Fears (1985) *
- Karma Chameleon by Culture Club (1983)
- Out of Touch by Hall & Oates (1984)
- Pretty in Pink by The Psychedelic Furs (1981)
- Sister Christian by Night Ranger (1984) *
- Take on Me by A-ha (1985) *
- The Final Countdown by Europe (1986) *
- The Reflex by Duran Duran (1984) *
- Working for the Weekend by Loverboy (1981) *
- * Each of The Protagonists voices can sing along to different tracks, as part of the Soprano achievement.
- "All the great hits of the 80's without the legwarmers!, only on 107.77, The Mix!"
- "You're listening to Darius Masters on The Mix, and here's another 80's classic!"
- "You're listening to 107.77, The Mix."
Darius accepts requests from various civilians as well as some major characters
- The Mix was originally to have also included The Safety Dance by Men Without Hats, but although the announcement can be found in the game data files, the track itself is absent. It is likely that Volition were unable to secure the rights to include the song in the game.
- After Dane's death, Darius will play Everybody Wants To Rule The World as a tribute to Ultor every now and then.[reference?]
- Sometimes, before playing Karma Chameleon, Darius will remark on "Red, gold and green" being the trademark colors of the three major gangs in Stilwater.
Saints Row: The Third Edit
"Big" Ben is the host of the station in Saints Row: The Third, who seems to have a mildly depressed personality. He often talks about his ex-wife, and also states that he is best as missing out on things such as music concerts and his son's graduation. Like all other DJs, he also accepts song requests from listeners.
In Saints Row: The Third, The Mix's format has changed from 80s pop & rock to a wider variety of music. This range includes 80s and 90s rock, pop and hip-hop.
- Ball and Chain by Social Distortion (1990)
- Birds Fly (Whisper To A Scream) by The Icicle Works (1983)
- Epic by Faith No More (1989)
- Fantasy by Aldo Nova (1981)
- Funky Cold Medina by Tone-Loc (1989)
- Holding Out for a Hero by Bonnie Tyler (1984)
- It's My Life by Talk Talk (1984)
- Live Wire by Mötley Crüe (1981)
- Machinehead by Bush (1994)
- My Adidas by Run D.M.C. (1986)
- No Easy Way Out by Robert Tepper (1985)
- Pepper by The Butthole Surfers (1996)
- Relax by Frankie Goes To Hollywood (1983) 
- Return of the Mack by Mark Morrison (1996)
- Shout at the Devil by Mötley Crüe (1983) 
- Stand and Deliver by Adam & The Ants (1981)
- What I Got by Sublime (1996)
- You're the Best by Joe Esposito (1984)
- In Saints Row: The Third, the radio station was first revealed in a leaked gameplay video posted on YouTube, where "107.77" could be seen at the top of the screen and "Holding Out For A Hero" could be heard.
- During the "Three Way" mission in Saints Row: The Third, "Holding Out For A Hero" by Bonnie Tyler is automatically played during the decision whether to save Shaundi or kill Killbane.
- During the mission in Saints Row: The Third "Steelport, Here I Am", The Protagonist and Pierce sing along to "What I Got".
- During the credits, all The Protagonist voices, except Male Voice 1, sing "What I Got" together simultaneously.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Student Lifestyle show - Saints Row The Third footage 1, retrieved 4th September 2011
- ↑ Saints Row the Third: Your Questions Answered - IGN
- ↑ http://uk.ign.com/videos/2011/10/07/fed-up-fridays-insurance-fraud-in-saints-row-3
- ↑ Saints Row The Third: Murderbrawl - Video Preview - YouTube, retrieved 10th September 2011