Mixed Up

Mixed Up
Mixed Up
Remix album by The Cure
Released November 20, 1990
Recorded 1989–1990 at Outside Studios, England
Genre Gothic rock, alternative rock, new wave
Length 73:04 (CD only)
81:12 (cassette/LP)
Label Fiction Records (UK)
Elektra Records (U.S.)
Producer Robert Smith
Chris Parry
Mark Saunders
Dave Allen
The Cure chronology
Mixed Up
Singles from Mixed Up
  1. "Never Enough"
    Released: September 17, 1990
  2. "Close to Me (remix)"
    Released: October 22, 1990
  3. "A Forest (Tree Mix)"
    Released: December 6, 1990[1]
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[2]

Mixed Up is a 1990 remix album by The Cure. The songs are remixes from some of their greatest hits.

Most of the songs are extended mixes. Several had been previously released on 12" singles, but some are completely remade, with Smith recutting vocals due to the original tapes not being available. The record closes with the extended version of a new single, "Never Enough". The remix of "Pictures of You" was originally released under the title "(Strange Mix)". In an interview featured on the Trilogy DVD, singer Robert Smith described the remix album as something "fun after the doom and gloom of Disintegration".


Track listing

LP edition

Side A
No. Title Length
1. "Lullaby (Extended Mix)"   7:43
2. "Close to Me (Closer Mix)"   5:44
3. "Fascination Street (Extended Mix)"   8:47
Side B
No. Title Length
4. "The Walk (Everything Mix)"   5:27
5. "Lovesong (Extended Mix)"   6:19
6. "A Forest (Tree Mix)"   6:55
Side C
No. Title Length
7. "Pictures of You (Extended Dub Mix)"   6:41
8. "Hot Hot Hot!!! (Extended Mix)"   7:01
9. "Why Can't I Be You? (Extended Remix)" (Appears on the French 5 CD version, LP and cassette versions only) 8:07
Side D
No. Title Length
10. "The Caterpillar (Flicker Mix)"   5:40
11. "In Between Days (Shiver Mix)"   6:22
12. "Never Enough (Big Mix)"   6:07

CD edition

  • CD editions do not include "Why Can't I Be You? (Extended Remix)", this was due to the 74-minute limit necessary to be compliant with the Compact Disc standard.



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