I noticed that there aren't many good methods for burning DJ mixes to CDs, and that there are many parts of the process that are confusing or difficult. This post will attempt to redress that - however, I only use Linux, Audacity for editing, and K3b for burning CDs - so if you use a different operating system, audio editor or burning program, you will need to adapt the tips and processes mentioned here.
Anyway, this is what I do:
Hats off to Brazilian DJ King, who "broke the world record by DJing continuously for 120 hours and two minutes" on March 22nd, 2011.
Five days? That's insane. According to this article, he only went to the toilet 3 times, and didn't play any track twice! (According to this other article, his mix was 120 hours and 19 minutes, but I don't think it really matters.)
I can't even imagine listening to the radio continuously for five days with no sleep, in the same room, let alone DJing for all that time.
Also, I'm assuming - although I could be wrong - that it was one continuous mix. In any case, I hope it was recorded - someone should release it as a 120 album box set.