Mixed Up is a 1990 remix album by The Cure. The songs are remixes of some of their 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".
The Cure also released some other new mixes as the b-sides of the singles from Mixed Up : the first single, "Never Enough", featured a remix of "Let's Go To Bed", entitled "Let's Go To Bed (Milk Mix)" (on the 12", cassette and CD versions), as well as a new song, "Harold and Joe", while the second single, "Close to Me (Remix)" contained "Just Like Heaven (Dizzy Mix)" (on all formats) and "Primary (Red Mix)" (on the 12", CD and cassette versions) as b-sides.
As the original master tapes could not be found, "A Forest" and "The Walk" are not remixes, they're re-recordings.
Over time, the CD edition has slightly changed. At the time of release, the words "Mixed Up" at the bottom of the cover were white in a box, but have since changed to black in a box. Also, the order of text on the CD disc has slightly been rearranged. Also, the track listing on the back cover, text in the liner notes and the text on the album cover (bar the small "Mixed Up" at the bottom) were originally a metallic. Now they are grey.