Mix (Stellar album)

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Mix
Stellarmixcover.jpg
Studio album by Stellar
Released New Zealand 29 July 1999
New Zealand 18 February 2000 (Limited Edition)
Australia 2000
Recorded 1998-1999
Genre Pop rock
Length 43:30
Label Sony BMG
Producer Tom Bailey, Stellar
Stellar chronology
Mix
(1999)
Magic Line
(2001)
Original Cover
Original cover from 1999
Original cover from 1999
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
New Zealand Herald5/5 stars[1]

Mix is the debut studio album by New Zealand Pop rock band Stellar, released by Sony BMG on 29 July 1999. The album debuted at #2 on the RIANZ albums chart, and after seven weeks within the top 10 would finally reach the #1 position. The album would spend a whole 18 weeks within the top 10 on the charts.[2] The album was certified 5x platinum, meaning that it had sold over 75,000 copies in New Zealand.

The album was re-released on 18 February 2000 as a limited edition which included a new cover art and a bonus CD-rom that included the music videos for the singles "Part of Me", "Violent" and "Every Girl" as well as three remixes (these had appeared on previous singles) and an 8-minute documentary. Even after the limited edition's run had finished, all subsequent pressings of the album would feature the new cover.

Mix became the 22nd best-selling album in 2000 in New Zealand. At the New Zealand Music Awards in 2000, Mix won the Album of the Year award.[3]

Track listing[edit]

# Title
1. "Violent" 3:29
2. "Part of Me" 4:00
3. "Every Girl" 3:30
4. "Nerve & Consequences" 3:50
5. "Undone" 4:21
6. "Tenderhook" 4:43
7. "What You Do (Bastard)" 4:07
8. "If You Lied" 3:23
9. "Slowburn" 4:25
10. "Breather" 4:27
11. "You" 3:15
# Limited Edition Bonus CD-Rom
1. "Violent (Deluded Mix)" 5:23
2. "Smooth Bastard" 6:09
3. "Undone (Tapper's Delite Mix)" 3:48

Singles[edit]

The album spawned five singles, spanning from What You Do (Bastard) in 1998 until Every Girl in 2000. Three singles were released prior to the album's release and two after it.

References[edit]

  1. ^ New Zealand Herald review
  2. ^ "Discography Stellar*". Retrieved 29 January 2007. 
  3. ^ "New Zealand Music Awards, Winners 2000". Archived from the original on 10 October 2006. Retrieved 29 January 2007.