Mix It Up


Mix It Up
Mix It Up
Remix album by Jump5
Released April 6, 2004 (2004-04-06)
Genre Contemporary Christian, pop, dance, house
Length 48:21
Label Sparrow
Jump5 chronology
Accelerate
(2003)
Mix It Up
(2004)
Dreaming in Color
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Mix It Up is a remix album by Christian pop group Jump5. It was released on April 6th, 2004. It includes nine remixes of songs from their previous studio albums (excluding their 2002 Christmas album All the Joy in the World), as well three tracks containing audio of the group in the studio. Also included is the original production of "Celebration" which had previously only been available on the Kim Possible soundtrack.

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Start Jumpin' [Double Dutch Remix]"   Mark Pennells, Zarc Porter 3:30
2. "Wonderful [Chunky Style]"   Kevin Cyka, Dan Needham, Lynn Nichols 3:43
3. "Pressure [Berlin Mix]"   Shannon Ford, Dan Muckala 4:30
4. "Messing with Me" (Interlude)   1:30
5. "Do Ya [Rec Room Mix]"   Michelle Tumes 3:59
6. "Spinnin' Around [Whirlwind Mix]"   Mark Hammond, Grant Cunningham, Stephanie Lewis 3:58
7. "All I Can Do [The Historemix]"   Billy Chapin, Chris Omartian, Linda Elias 4:08
8. "Throw Your Hands Up [Rec Room Mix]"   Mark Pennells, Zarc Porter 4:11
9. "Beat Box Session" (Interlude)   1:18
10. "Joyride [GREAT PEOPLE Remix]"   Omartian, Gina Lawton, Kyra Lawton, Todd Lawton 3:56
11. "Why Do I Do [Bestes Remix]"   Philip Bailey, Larry Dunn, Maurice White 4:03
12. "We Are Family [Ghostmix]"   Bernard Edwards, Nile Rogers 4:50
13. "Celebration" (Original Production) Robert Earl Bell, Ronald Nathan Bell, George Melvin Brown, Eumir Deodato, Donna Johnson, Robert Spike Mickens, Claydes Charles Smith, James "J.T." Taylor, Dennis Ronald Thomas, Earl Eugene Toon Jr. 3:18
25. "Hidden Track"     1:32
  • Tracks 14 through 24 are only five and six seconds in length each, providing for 48 seconds between "Celebration" and the hidden track.

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