Mixed Up


Mixed Up
Mixed Up
Album par The Cure
Sortie 20 novembre 1990
Enregistrement 1989-1990 au Outside Studios, Angleterre
Durée 73:04
81:12 (33 tours/cassette)
Genre Gothic Rock - Rock alternatif - New Wave
Producteur Robert Smith
Dave Allen
Mark Saunders
Chris Parry
Label Fiction Records
Albums de The Cure
Entreat (1990)
Wish (1992)

Mixed Up est une compilation de remixes du groupe de rock anglais The Cure sortie le 20 novembre 1990[1].

Un bon nombre des remixes étaient déjà sortis sur des maxis 45 tours (tous les Extended Mix, y compris le Extended Dub Mix de Pictures of You connu précédemment comme Strange Mix ). Les autres ont été réalisés pour le disque. Les titres The Walk et A Forest sont même réenregistrés avant d'être remixés, les bandes avec les enregistrements originaux ayant été perdues[2].

Un nouveau titre clôt le disque, Never Enough, présenté ici dans sa version longue (Big Mix). Il était déjà sorti en single en septembre.


Sommaire

Liste des titres

  1. Lullaby [Extended Mix]
  2. Close To Me [Closer Mix]
  3. Fascination Street [Extended Mix]
  4. The Walk [Everything Mix]
  5. Lovesong [Extended Mix]
  6. A Forest [Tree Mix]
  7. Pictures of You [Extended Dub Mix]
  8. Hot Hot Hot!!! [Extended Mix]
  9. Why Can't I Be You [Extended Mix] - Uniquement sur les formats 33 tours et cassette.
  10. The Caterpillar [Flicker Mix]
  11. In Between Days [Shiver Mix]
  12. Never Enough [Big Mix]

Composition du groupe

Singles

Notes et références

  1. The Cure / Discography : : Mixed Up
  2. Interview de Robert Smith par Youri Lenquette in Best #267, octobre 1990

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