350+ Mashup Song Collection

Mashups

Update: There are now 2,748 songs, not 350. As a thank you reward for a donation to help with bandwidth from sharing the whole collection, you get access to all of the songs, which totals 18GB. See the Tunes page for more details.

I’ve uploaded an awesome collection of over 350 songs of mashups (also known as bastard pop) that you can listen to, and even download. There are some really awesome stuff to hear, so if you aren’t familiar with mashups, or love them, check it out on the Tunes page.


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  1. wat software did u use?How much was it? Where did u git it?

  2. Wat software u use?$$$$????Where???

  3. Stunning…
    Some real gems in there, one of mine lets the side down a bit, but nicely compiled, and a beautiful player too.
    Gonna have to get me one of them.

    I did a radio player thing a while back with a crappy Radio.Blog… think i got about 60 tracks in there before getting fed up with uploading…

    SVC Mash-Up Radio

    Mainly old classics.

    It’s not a patch on yours though.
    Nicely done sir.

    Simon
    x

  4. woa i’m loving the tunes, and the player is slick (even though i hate itunes and everything to do with it)

  5. The player is called WimpyPlayer, and is available at http://wimpyplayer.com/ for a fee. It’s pretty easy too, just upload it to a folder, and that’s it.

    Thanks for all the kind feedback. :)

  6. Marc

    Hi… the player is soooo slick. But I can find out how to download a track ;(

  7. Marc: Sorry about that, I updated the player and forgot to put the download button in. It now shows at the right of each song.

  8. Matt

    Thx Matt :)
    working well !

    good work regrouping all thoses tracks together.

  9. Marc

    ooops.. sorry I posted the last message ;)
    Not Matt.

  10. Good collection, and very slick. Good of you to host them.

  11. Ali

    So what software do you use to mix? EJay just doesn’t cut it for me.

  12. Ali:

    I didn’t do any of these, I just appreciate them. From what I understand, popular programs are Acid Xpress Pro, Apple’s Garageband, and Ableton Live.

  13. C-Note

    Great site, Great collection!!! The player you are using is awsome! However I’m having trouble locating the download icon/button for the player.

  14. C-Note: This was posted last year, and at that time I had the bandwidth to allow the songs for download. These days I have to play it safe, and can’t allow them for direct download. Sorry about that. Glad you like the collection though. :)

  15. Chrys

    Hey Guy, Was wondering if you ever could put these on Discs and sell them or if you dont have the rights or wut? Or if you could let me in on where i could go to purchase them on disc? e-mail me back! thanks man!
    ( greenliteredlite@hotmail.com )

    -Chrys

  16. Sorry, I don’t have the right to sell them, and I don’t have the means to make them availabe for download. These were collected throughout the web on mp3 blogs, mp3 forums, etc.

  17. peace_lis

    hey, could i ask you to mash up 2 songs for me? i have a GREAT idea for it. please email me & let me know.
    enjoy your day! peace! Lis

  18. sam

    Hi excellent collection and well presented was thinking of doing it myself but never had chance. i have about 3000 mashups if you want to work together sometime i will be pleased to help. could set up a twin page or something.

    regards

  19. jhay_exsior

    where can i see and download the mash up songs. i cant find them

  20. You can find mashups and post your own on Secretremixes.com. If you are an artist this is the place to check out.

  21. ashu chauhan

    i think the mash up is the best dj

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