Saints Row Wiki

107.77 The Mix FM AKA The Mix 107.77[imagerefs 1] is a radio station in Saints Row 2, Saints Row: The Third[1][2] and Saints Row IV.


In each game, The Mix 107.77 changes genre slightly.

  • In Saints Row 2, it plays iconic 1980s pop and rock hits.
  • In Saints Row: The Third it has expanded its music variety and now plays '80s and '90s pop, rock and hip-hop. Music from some Generation X bands is included, such as Faith No More's Epic.
  • In Saints Row IV, fewer than half the songs are from the '80s. It takes on the role of a generic 'flashback' station, playing a wide variety of genres, although mostly hip-hop and rock, from between the years 1976–2000. This type of genre-shift is also noticeable with the so-called "Generation X" station, 89.0 Generation X, which plays music outside of the normal range of "Generation X", and instead plays modern alternative rock.

Saints Row 2[]

In Saints Row 2 it plays mostly new wave, classic rock and pop, there are advertisements throughout Stilwater, and The Mix's logo can also be put into clothing.


Darius Masters is the host of The Mix in Saints Row 2.




All the great hits of the 80s without the legwarmers!, [Brief clips of "Take On Me", "Sister Christian", and "The Final Countdown" play] only on 107.77, The Mix!
— Darius Masters

You're listening to Darius Masters on The Mix, and here's another 80s classic!
— Darius Masters

You're listening to 107.77, The Mix.
— Darius Masters

Darius accepts requests from various civilians as well as some major characters

Quotes should use the {{quote}} template

  • When playing "Everybody Wants To Rule The World", Darius sometimes says the song is "going out to Ultor" and Vogel sometimes calls, asking for 'my theme song' (leaving Darius nervous). After Dane's death, Darius sometimes plays the song as an Ultor tribute.
  • Darius' favorite song is "The Final Countdown", which he sometimes describes as the greatest song ever.
  • Sometimes, before playing "Karma Chameleon", Darius remarks on "Red, gold and green" being the trademark colors of the three major gangs in Stilwater.
  • Jessica's request for "Sister Christian" and Dane Vogel's request for "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" are still played after their deaths.
  • Sometimes before playing "Everybody Wants To Rule The World", a person calls in claiming to be a member of the Leaders of Progression. The Leaders of Progression was the initial name for the Sons of Samedi during development.
  • When playing "Don't You (Forget About Me)", Darius sometimes says "Mess with The Mix, young man, and you get the horns", referencing a line said by Mr. Vernon in the film The Breakfast Club, which the song is featured in 1985.
  • Darius sometimes says "Duckie, this one's for you!" before playing "Pretty In Pink", referencing the film Pretty In Pink, which the song is featured in 1986.

Saints Row: The Third[]


"Big" Ben is the host of the station in Saints Row: The Third, who often talks about his ex-wife, and also states that he is best at 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 and rock to a wider variety of music. This range includes 80s and 90s rock, pop and hip-hop.



Saints Row IV[]

This station returns in Saints Row IV.


"KG"[7] is the overly optimistic host of The Mix in Virtual Steelport, and acts like a generic throwback station host.




Four MCs, One Great Track. Here's The Pharcyde with Oh Shit!
— One of KG's introductions for "Oh Shit"


107.77 The Mix FM description in Saints Row 2

The Mix 107.77 description in Saints Row: The Third

The Mix 107.77 description in Saints Row IV

A "The Mix" advertising in Brighton (Downtown District) in Saints Row 2

A "The Mix" advertising in Filmore (Downtown District) in Saints Row 2

A "The Mix" advertising in Brighton (Downtown District) in Saints Row 2

A "The Mix" store (not enterable) in the Rounds Square Shopping Center in Saints Row 2

The Mix track list (1) description in Saints Row IV

The Mix track list (2) description in Saints Row IV


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 YouTube: Student Lifestyle show - Saints Row The Third footage 1 , retrieved 4th September 2011
  2. IGN: Saints Row the Third: Your Questions Answered
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 Note: Sung by one of Playa's voices, as part of the Soprano achievement.
  4. planetxbox360: Saints Row The Third Hands-On Preview
  5. IGN: Fucked Up Fridays Insurance Fraud In Saints Row 3
  6. YouTube: Murderbrawl - Video Preview , retrieved 10th September 2011
  7. Credits: Saints Row IV credits

Dialogue references[]

Audio references[]

Image references[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Image: Radio Stations in Saints Row IV