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WRFR's I Made You This Mix Tape
Our program seeks to revive the now lost art of fitting as much sentiment as possible into 49 minutes.
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WRFR.org presents the most interactive form of audio entertainment on radio today. THE RETURN OF THE MIXTAPE! "I Made You This Mix Tape" is heard twice a week on the first 24 hr low power radio station in the country, WRFR 93.3fm, located in Rockland, ...more
WRFR.org presents the most interactive form of audio entertainment on radio today. THE RETURN OF THE MIXTAPE! "I Made You This Mix Tape" is heard twice a week on the first 24 hr low power radio station in the country, WRFR 93.3fm, located in Rockland, Maine. The show, hosted by Nate Greenleaf and produced by Renee Philbrook, revives the personal compilation tapes made by individuals in the 1980's. Often built upon a theme, the mix tape consisted of songs, poetry, comedy bits, clips from tv shows and movies, whatever.. as long as it aided the creator to express what they were thinking and feeling. Usually the mixtape was created with a specific listener in mind. Our program seeks to revive the now lost art of fitting as much sentiment as possible into 49 minutes.
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September 16, 2013 04:42 AM PDT

If you wandered into the art room or the "mini-theater" of CRHS in 1991 this is the mix tape you would have heard. It is still a great one to listen to while you don't do your homework.
1. Love Missile F1-11, Sigue Sigue Sputnik. (music bed)
2. Summer's Cauldron, XTC
3. Grass, XTC.
4. Enid, Barenaked Ladies.
5. Channel Z, B-52's.
6. Until The End Of The World, U2.
7. Bullroarer, Midnight Oil.
8. Where Is My Mind, The Pixies.
9. Lullaby, The Cure.
10. Cities In Dust, Siouxsie and the Banshees.
11. Stairs, INXS.
12. Pictures of Matchstick Men, Camper Van Beethoven.

September 10, 2013 06:33 AM PDT

You may not know what a twitter hashtag does, and you probably have never heard of Instagram, but you know how to change a tire AND you can rewind a cassette with a pencil. It doesn't matter though, and this tape will help to remind you.

1. You Shook Me All Night Long, VSQ. (music bed)
2. Ooh La La, Matt Wertz.
3. As Long As You're Looking Back, Gary Allan.
4. Too Old To Dye Young, Brother Dege.
5. Turning Grey, Jana Keeley.
6. Leader of the Band, Dan Fogelburg.
7. When I'm 64, Pieces of 8.
8. A Pirate Looks at 40, Jack Johnson.
9. To Old To Cut The Mustard, Ernest Tubb and Red Foley.
10. Stay On The Ride, Sweethearts, Abbey Dempster & Annika Schmarsel.
11. As Good As I Once Was, Toby Keith.
12. Things Left Undone, Javina Magness.
13. Never Go Back, Camper Van Beethoven.
14. I Wish I Was Eighteen Again, George Burns.

September 10, 2013 05:58 AM PDT

Remember how you felt on the first day of school? Remember how much you disliked it 2 months later? Follow along with this tape and see why we all mostly remember the good times.

1. Rock and Roll High School, The Ramones. (music bed)
2. Back to School. Movie Clip.
3. Welcome Back Kotter Theme.
4. Be True To Your School, Silage.
5. Back to School. Movie Clip.
6. Adult Education, Hall and Oates.
7. Back to School. Movie Clip.
8. Hot For Teacher, David Grisman and Sons.
9. Three O'clock High, movie clip.
10. School of Rock, Dean.
11. Mad World, Alex Parks.
12. Back to School. Movie Clip.
13. Principal's Office, Young MC.
14. ABC, Jackson 5.
15. Back to School. Movie Clip.
16. Another Brick in the Wall, Korn.
17. Education, Remedy.
18. Don't Be a Dropout, James Brown.
19. Back to School. Movie Clip.

August 28, 2013 04:31 AM PDT

The woman that made this tape will not be a weak victim of the unfaithful man she is with. This mix tape is packed with bitter power punches of Venusian revenge fantasies....

1. Highly Suspicious, My Morning Jacket. (music bed)
2. Cheaters Prayer, Christopher Martin.
3. Anatomy of a Woman Scorned, Jewell Sinclaire.
4. Scorned, Deanna.
5. Bust Your Windows, Jazmine Sullivan.
6. 9 Crimes, Damien Rice.
7. Let's Stop Calling It Love, Mozella.
8. Hit 'Em Up Style, Carolina Chocolate Drops & Luminescent Orchestrii.
9. Hate (I Really Don't Like You), Plain White Tees.
10. Should've Said No, Pickin' & Singin' Bluegrass Tribute to Taylor Swift.
11. Before He Cheats, Whitney Elixabeth.
12. Deception, Monophonics.
13. Secret, The Pierces.
14. Ten Cent Pistol, Audra Mae and The Almighty Sound.

August 10, 2013 05:30 AM PDT

This is a current pop hit fueled mashup of songs used for the 66th annual Maine Lobster Festival Oceanside High School Cheering Parade Float.
Pop hits smooshed together in a dance beat frenzied curse to your senses.
I can't get enough.

1. 2013 Mashup by DJ Ponti PH.

August 10, 2013 03:56 AM PDT

Before all of the technology of today, creating a mixtape took some dedication, because it took HOURS if not DAYS of your life away. Tom Moulton (a famous record producer) built one for the New York bar the Sandpiper in 1974. The music was beat matched and synced to keep people out on the dance floor. Listen in to this old school historical mix tape.
1. Deep Velvet - Hanna Mae
2. Detroit Emeralds - Feel The Need In Me
3. Sons Of Robin Stone - Got To Get You Back
4. South Shore Commission - We're On The Right Track
5. Carl Carlton - Everlasting Love
6. Love Unlimited Orchestra - Love's Theme
7. Gwen McCrae - Move Me Baby
8. Eddie Kendricks - Girl You Need A Change Of Mind
9. The Temptations - Law Of The Land
10. Miami ft Robert Moore - Party Freaks
11. The Intruders - I'll Always Love My Mama
12. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - The Love I Lost

August 05, 2013 03:04 AM PDT

Have you ever gotten your hands on a mix tape that you can't seem to stop listening to. This submission from my dear brother is his current hit mix that blasts over and over again from his mini-van speakers.
1. It's a Beautiful World (we're all here), Jim Brickman with Adam Crossley.
2. Digital Love, Daft Punk.
3. Oliver's Army, Elvis Costello.
4. Cemetry Gates, The Smiths.
5. Easter Theatre, XTC.
6. The Passenger-, Siouxsie and the Banshees.
7. I Can Buy You, A Camp.
8. Gimme Shelter, The Rolling Stones.
9. Spiderweb Suit, Sandy Mouche.
10. The Death of Sherlock Holmes, Patrick Gowers.
11. Life is Sweet, Natalie Merchant.

July 14, 2013 05:17 AM PDT

Not only are these songs 80's hits, but they are all songs I heard in my dreams on my clock radio. Also included are two GREAT 80's tribute songs, COBRA KAI!
1. Billie Jean instrumental, VSQ. (music bed)
2. Step Back, Marty Broekman.
3. Wonder Twins Power, ACTIVATE!
4. Stand and Deliver, Adam and the Ants.
5. Puttin' on the Ritz, Taco.
6. Sweet Dreams are Made of These, Eurytmics.
7. Two of Hearts, Stacy Q.
8. The Wild Boys, Duran Duran.
9. Hold Me Now, The Thompson Twins.
10. I'm a LUCK DRAGON! Neverending Story clip.
11. Rock Me Amadeus, Falco.
12. 99 Luftballons, Nena.
13. The Safety Dance, Men Without Hats.
14. Dance Hall Days, Wang Chung.
15. Get him a BODY BAG! Karate Kid Clip.
16. Sweep The Leg, No More Kings.
17. Your Kids Will Love It....

June 25, 2013 03:35 AM PDT

Follow along and feel good with the 80's Movies Montage themes!
1. Rocky Theme. (music bed)
2. Montage, Team America.
4. Holding Out For A Hero, Bonnie Tyler.
5. Hearts on Fire, John Cafferty, Rocky IV.
6. I'm Falling, The C.S. Angels, Real Genius.
7. Playing With The Boys, Kenny Loggins, Top Gun.
8. Cruel Summer, Bananarama, The Karate Kid.
9. You're The BEST!, Joe Esposito, The Karate Kid.
10. Invincible, Pat Benatar, The Legend of Billie Jean.
11. Sorry Mom Blew Up.
12. Like To Get To Know You Well, Howard Jones, Better Off Dead.
13. Send Me An Angel, Real Life, RAD/The Wizard.
14. If You Were Here, Thompson Twins, Sixteen Candles.
15. Weird Science, Oingo Boingo.

June 19, 2013 06:36 AM PDT

This tape is a compilation of the classic rock songs that you would have heard on the jukebox at T Reed's Billiards in Rockland, Maine.
1. Knockin' on Heavens Door, VSQ. (music bed)
2. Roadhouse Blues, The Doors.
3. Lay Down Sally, Eric Clapton.
4. I Shot The Sheriff, Bob Marley.
5. Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen, Santana.
6. Hotel California, The Eagles.
7. The Joker, Steve Miller Band.
8. Cocaine, Eric Clapton.
9. Live and Let Die, Wings.
10. Honky Tonk Woman, The Rolling Stones.
11. Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen.

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