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London, United Kingdom

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Variety

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This 2-hour Friday night show will go through a wide selection of arranger / source spotlights, listener requests and some of Rexy's own explorations - as well as being on hand to premiere some of the newest remix releases before anywhere else. Let your weekend start in style!

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English


Episodes

E101 - 06 February 2015

2/6/2015
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Out of the chaos of preparing for the London Anime Con that weekend, Rexy was on hand to offer 2 hours of Sega arrange tunes that stemmed convention hype, a source guessing game of sorts and... rolling on Summer? Isn't it too soon for that yet?

XXX (E100.5) - 30 January 2015

1/30/2015
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Are you sitting comfortably? Then let's begin... assuming there's not a little kid in sight, that is. This extra edition of SMD featured tracks that wouldn't get played during the main show for one reason alone - adult-centric content. Lock the doors now!

E100 - 30 January 2015

1/30/2015
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100 episodes, but a lifetime of memories - this week's show focused on some of the most defining moments of the series, music that marked its strongest points... and a karaoke version of a certain Sonic Paradox fan favorite... in any case, let's party!

E99 - 23 January 2015

1/23/2015
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As MAGFest weekend happened, Rexy remained on hand to look after those staying behind. In addition to a fun music selection, this show also introduced the 'ChartStoppers' RS Top 40 tie-in segment - 3 of the many arrange tunes that hit this week's chart!

E98 - 16 January 2015

1/16/2015
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This week, Rexy was joined by GameChops founder Dj CUTMAN for a show based on said record label. There were previews played from their Sonic album Spindash, plus a discussion on the site's origins, the album creation and roster... and bLiNd's Blue Balls?!

E97 - 09 January 2015

1/9/2015
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DID YOU GUYS MISS ME?! Welcome to Season 3 of SEGA Mixer Drive - your weekly dosage of Sega remixes / arrange tunes / covers / etc. This week saw the new 'NewsDrive' segment rolled out, plenty of catchup... and THE GREAT DANCE-O-THON OF '15. Let's boogie!

WinterFest 2014 - 19 December 2014

12/19/2014
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You didn't think it'd be gone after the Season Finale, did you? SEGA Mixer Drive had a special broadcast during WinterFest 2014 - not only was it 2 hours of remixes with a more festive flavor, but prizes were given away on the night! Merry Christmas!

E96 - 05 December 2014

12/5/2014
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Another year gone - the Season 2 Finale, true to its name, looked back at many talkbed highlights and events throughout the year, as well as an ensemble of memorable new releases - some of these even picked by the audience! But where has the year gone?!

E95 - 28 November 2014

11/28/2014
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A listening party close to the end of the Season. Familiar? In this week's SMD, the audience heard the entirety of the Sound of the Sonic Stadium '14 there FIRST! And with DJ EAR in the co-host spot this week, it could only mean insanity... and turducken.

E94 - 21 November 2014

11/21/2014
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The last Free-For-All of the season saw pre-release hype for the Sound of the Sonic Stadium '14, some teasing with the Source Roulette and the outputs of the latest Punchfest competition. Most importantly, Rexy defied the oral surgeons and hosted it LIVE!

E93 - 14 November 2014

11/14/2014
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Slap between the Japanese and European anniversaries, this week's SMD blast-processed beats out of the Mega Drive. Enjoy 2 hours of remixes covering some of the 16-bit system's finest works and soundtracks - if you're a 90s kid, you're in for a treat!

E92 - 7 November 2014

11/7/2014
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IN AD 2014, WAR WAS BEGINNING. WHAT HAPPEN? SOMETHING SET UP OUR HOST THE BOMB. WE STILL HAD SIGNAL. SEGA MIXER DRIVE TURN ON. YOU KNOW WHAT IT DOING. TAKE OFF EVERY REMIX, FOR GREAT JUSTICE. ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US.

E91 - 31 October 2014

10/31/2014
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Happy Halloween! This week's episode is dedicated to Sega remixes with a sinister undead theme, whether by source or by mix direction. Tricks and treats were aplenty, though one lucky IRC goer got more treats this week than they bargained for...!

E90 - 24 October 2014

10/24/2014
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Still exciteable after the events of Play Expo earlier that month, Rexy not only had tales to tell from the event but also delivering 2 hours of remixes including another tough Source Roulette, a lot of bounces, and... Marble Zone being the new Ice Cap?!

E89 - 17 October 2014

10/17/2014
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Seegadra is in dire need of music! Rexy the Singing Baron(ess) sends an army of minstrels to the surface to repel the Dead Air Army on RPG Night - all RPG game arrangements including a new bunch of Shining Force 2 mixes from a team led by Eino Keskitalo!

E88 - 10 October 2014

10/10/2014
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The second Free-For-All for October was an impromptu pre-Play Expo show with our host looking forward to the Manchester event that weekend. But don't panic - there was still enough looking back at what the week had as well as... a Sega Saturn moment? Huh?

E87 - 3 October 2014

10/3/2014
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After a packed September, could October be a more relaxing month on SMD in spite of 2 upcoming themed weeks? Let's find out with the first Free-For-All of the new month, complete with choice picks, listener picks and... puyos? Ths IS SMD, right?

E86 - 26 September 2014

9/26/2014
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Month's end means world's end again - stepping up towards this week's VS Week, it's a collision between the Believers and the City Folk in some bizarre collision between optimism and realism. Could this be our most deep-thinking VS edition yet?

E85 - 19 September 2014

9/19/2014
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What's this, me hearties? A free-for-all on Talk Like a Pirate Day? Sounds like a big fish story to me - sure we had hidden treasures and delicious hornpipes from all corners of the seven seas, but there be more tales on the high seas than that! Yaaaargh!

E84 - 12 September 2014

9/12/2014
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15 years of knowing of the Dreamcast's existance? Who would've believed it? SMD marks the occasion by going through 2 hours of arrangements covering some of the 128-bit system's most memorable titles... and Sonic Shuffle. Hey, anything can go right?
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