Mixed Up World" is a song by British singer-songwriter Sophie Ellis-Bextor, released in 2003 as the first single from her second studio album, Shoot from the Hip. It peaked at on the UK Singles Chart. It was considered somewhat of a success. The single includes an easy-listening, chillout B-side, called "The Earth Shook the Devil's Hand". The video for the song features various dancers wearing a mix of bright and dark colours.
Features Song Lyrics for Sophie Ellis-Bextor's Mixed Up World album. Mixed Up World Lyrics. Sophie Ellis-Bextor Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Sophie Ellis-Bextor Lyrics.
Lyrics "Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Mixed Up World"
Ellis-Bextor at the 2015 British Academy Television Awards, May 2015. Background information. Sophie Michelle Ellis-Bextor. Also known as. The Dance Queen. Ellis-Bextor's fourth album, Make a Scene, was released in June 2011. She described it as "very much -more so than any of my other albums. Looking to her next effort, Ellis-Bextor said she was planning an "album that's really different. I think I need to do something different now and move on from the dance stuff.
Listen free to Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Mixed Up World (Mixed Up World). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. A new version of Last. Overview (current section).
Tracklist Hide Credits
Mixed Up World (Radio Edit)
Guitar – Paul GendlerMixed By – Dave WayMixed By [Assistant] – Phil TyremanTrombone – Winston RollinsTrumpet – Enrico Tomasso, Mike LovattVocals [Additional] – Paul Brown
Mixed Up World (Groove Collision Vocal Mix)
Remix – Groove CollisionRemix [Credited To], Programmed By, Producer [Additional] – Chris Smith, Philip Larsen
Recorded By [Assistant]
3" "Pock It!" Single
Published by: Rondor Music (London) Ltd / Warner Chappell Music / Universal Music Publishing Ltd
Recorded at Mayfair Studios, London Track 1 Recorded and mixed at Saram West, London Track 2 Remix, programming and additional production at Manhattan Studios, Inc. for Eccentric Recordings