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A mixtape is a compilation of songs recorded in a specific order, traditionally onto an audio compact cassette.
Mixtape or The Mix Tape may also refer to:
- Mix Tape: The Art of Cassette Culture, a 2005 book edited by musician Thurston Moore
Film and TV
- Mixtape, a yet-to-be-released film directed by Tom Vaughan (director)
- Mixtape, a 2009 short film written and directed by Luke Snellin
- Summer MixTape Festival, a music festival held in Hershey, Pennsylvania
- Mixtapes (band), a rock band from Cincinnati
- The Mixtape (Meridian Dawn EP)
- Mix Tape (Los Abandoned album), 2006
- Mix Tape (The Felice Brothers album), 2010
- Mixtape (Hadouken! EP), 2007
- The Mix Tape (KRS-One album), 2002
- The Mix Tape (MC Breed album), 2004
- The Mix Tape, Vol. 1, the 1995 installment of Funkmaster Flex's Mix Tape series
- The Mix Tape, Vol. II, the 1997 installment of Funkmaster Flex's Mix Tape series
- The Mix Tape, Vol. III, the 1999 installment of Funkmaster Flex's Mix Tape series
- The Mix Tape, Vol. IV, the 2000 installment of Funkmaster Flex's Mix Tape series
- "Mix Tape", a song from Brand New's 2001 album Your Favorite Weapon
- "Mix Tape", a song from 2002 Broadway play Avenue Q.
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