mixtape

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mix·tape

 (mĭks′tāp′)
n.
1. A homemade compilation of songs that has been taken from various sources and recorded onto a cassette or CD: I made you a mixtape for your birthday with all your favorite songs.
2. A hip-hop compilation that is released for free directly by the artist and is often more freeform than a studio-produced album.

[mix + tape.]
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She slowed down as she settled into the set and there is no doubt she has funny bones - but her set about the mixed tape was tedious.
And then there was the mixed tape - what is now known as the playlist on the likes of iTunes or Spotify - involved a great amount of thought and effort, making sure that the music followed a common theme, no two songs by the same artist.
Hence the birth of Rock of Ages, billed not as a jukebox musical but, in a nod to the era, a mixed tape one.
If anyone's ever made you a mixed tape, you'll know how sweet and thoughtful that is.
Organised by Sundance Live, the Dubai-based entertainment agency behind the 2012's '90s throwback concert Mixed Tape Rewind, Air Supply will also play some of their more recent material including Sanctuary and Everywhere, two songs penned last year.
Kind of like the quintessential mixed tape, we can record all of our favorite tunes in one compact place to enjoy any time we want.
Send $2 or a mixed tape to: 829 Main St, Saskatoon, SK, S7H0K2, Canada
ADIC: Scalar i2000 functions include native partitioning into multiple logical libraries, mixed tape drive technology, native Fibre Channel connectivity, advanced performance monitoring and alerts via standard e-mail and pager networks.
He made a mixed tape for me, with lots of songs by the Smiths.
A CRACKING line-up to ring in the New Year for the Mixed Tape evening at Vicar Street.
(She may be the only vegan to ever sing on a national McDonald's commercial.)This Chicago radio personality is also a well-known MC, honing her production chops by creating and distributing mixed tapes.