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
Darius Masters is the host of The Mix in Saints Row 2.
- Simple Minds - Don't You (Forget About Me)
- Men At Work - Down Under
- Tears for Fears - Everybody Wants to Rule the World
- Culture Club - Karma Chameleon
- Hall & Oates - Out of Touch
- The Psychedelic Furs - Pretty in Pink
- Night Ranger - Sister Christian
- A-ha - Take on Me
- Europe - The Final Countdown
- Duran Duran - The Reflex
- Loverboy - Working for the Weekend
- The Mix was originally to have also included The Safety Dance by Men Without Hats, but although the announcement is included in the game data files, the track itself is absent. The song is included in Saints Row IV.
- Darius announces The Safety Dance
- 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 says Karma Chameleon is Mr Sunshine's favourite song
Darius accepts requests from various civilians as well as some major characters
- Shaundi sings The Final Countdown
- Jessica requests Sister Christian
- Vogel requests Everybody Wants To Rule The World
- 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.
- Social Distortion - Ball and Chain
- The Icicle Works - Birds Fly (Whisper to a Scream)
- Faith No More - Epic
- Aldo Nova - Fantasy
- Tone-Loc - Funky Cold Medina
- Bonnie Tyler - Holding Out for a Hero
- Talk Talk - It's My Life
- Mötley Crüe - Live Wire
- Bush - Machinehead
- Run D.M.C. - My Adidas
- Robert Tepper - No Easy Way Out
- The Butthole Surfers - Pepper
- Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Relax
- Mark Morrison - Return of the Mack
- Mötley Crüe - Shout at the Devil
- Adam & The Ants - Stand and Deliver
- Sublime - What I Got
- Joe Esposito - You're the Best
- In Saints Row: The Third, the radio station was visible in a leaked gameplay video posted on YouTube, in which "107.77" is displayed at the top of the screen and "Holding Out For A Hero" is playing.
- 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.
- In the Saints Row: The Third mission "Steelport Here I Am", Playa and Pierce sing along to "What I Got" by Sublime.
- In the Saints Row: The Third cutscene "Painting a Picture", "Return of the Mack" by Mark Morrison is played.
- During the credits, all Playa voices, except Male Voice 1, sing "What I Got" together simultaneously.
- A caller asking to put on "Epic".
Saints Row IV
This station returns in Saints Row IV.
- Aerosmith - I Don't Want to Miss a Thing
- Biz Markie - Just A Friend
- Blur - Song 2
- Cypress Hill - Insane in the Brain
- EMF - Unbelievable
- The Romantics - Talking In Your Sleep
- Haddaway - What Is Love
- Men Without Hats - Safety Dance
- Montell Jordan - This Is How We Do It
- Outkast - B.O.B.
- Paula Abdul - Opposites Attract
- Robert Palmer - Simply Irresistible
- Stan Bush - The Touch (2007 remix)
- The Pharcyde - Oh Shit
- The Presidents Of The United States Of America - Lump
- Thin Lizzy - The Boys Are Back In Town
- "I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing" by Aerosmith is used during the first mission, "Zero Saints Thirty", while Playa is disabling Cyrus Temple's nuke.
- "What Is Love" by Hadd away is used during the mission "The Real World" when Playa escape the Alien base in The Ship
- "Just A Friend" by Biz Markie and "Opposites Attract" by Paula Abdul are sung by Playa and Pierce Washington in the Loyalty mission "Brotherhood". "Just A Friend" is also sung by the Saints in the end credits.
- "This Is How We Do It" by Montell Jordan is used in the dance scene at the end of the game.[Reference needed]
- "Insane in the Brain" by Cypress Hill is played during the fight with Veteran Child in De Plane Boss.
- "Simply Irresistable" by Robert Palmer is played during Benjamin King's loyalty mission Dancing Queen.
- "The Boys Are Back In Town" by Thin Lizzy is played during Johnny Gat's loyalty mission Gat Time, Fun Time.
- "The Touch" by Stan Bush is played during Grand Finale Part Four when Playa equips the Power Armor.
- "The Safety Dance" by Men Without Hats that plays on the Mix isn't the album version, but a radio edit of the song.
- There are two different versions of "Opposites Attract" in the game in the mission Brotherhood and in the credits they use the single version with MC Skat Kat and on The Mix 107.7 the version that plays is the album version without the rap.
- Four MCs, One Great Track. Here's The Pharcyde with Oh Shit!
- — One of KG's introductions for "Oh Shit"
- YouTube: Student Lifestyle show - Saints Row The Third footage 1 , retrieved 4th September 2011
- IGN: Saints Row the Third: Your Questions Answered
- Note: Sung by one of Playa's voices, as part of the Soprano achievement.
- planetxbox360: Saints Row The Third Hands-On Preview
- IGN: Fucked Up Fridays Insurance Fraud In Saints Row 3
- YouTube: Murderbrawl - Video Preview , retrieved 10th September 2011
- Credits: Saints Row IV credits
|Radio Stations in the Saints Row series|