Mixed Emotions

Mixed Emotions may refer to:

  • Mixed Emotions (German band), a German pop band
  • The Mixed Emotions, a late 60s garage band from who appeared on Essential Pebbles, Volume 1
  • "Mixed Emotions" (1951 song) a 1951 popular song written by Stuart F. Louchheim, popularized by Rosemary Clooney
  • "Mixed Emotions" (The Rolling Stones song), 1989
  • Mixed Emotions, a 1977 album by Sammi Smith
  • Mixed Emotions (Exile album), a 1978 album by Exile
  • Mixed Emotions (Beverley Craven album), a 1999 album by Beverley Craven
  • Mixed Emotions, a 2000 album by Bebe Barron
  • Mixed Emotions (Tanlines album), a 2012 album by Tanlines

Other articles related to "mixed emotions":

Mixed Emotions (The Rolling Stones Song) - Release
... the album's first single in August 1989, "Mixed Emotions" made into the top 10 in the US, going to #5, and was also a #1 hit on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for five weeks ... There was some controversy that the song was called "Mixed Emotions" to sound very similar to "Mick's Demotion" since Richards and Jagger had a feud a few years earlier, but ... "Mixed Emotions" (Chris Kimsey's 12") and "Fancy Man Blues" appears on the Rarities 1971–2003 compilation, released in 2005 ...
Steel Wheels - Charts - Chart Performance
... Albums 2 Singles Year Single Chart Position 1989 "Mixed Emotions" The Billboard Hot 100 1989 ... "Mixed Emotions" UK Top 100 Singles 1989 ... "Mixed Emotions" Mainstream Rock Tracks 1989 ... "Mixed Emotions ...
Mixed Emotions (German Band)
... Mixed Emotions was a German pop music group formed in 1986, originally consisting of vocalists Drafi Deutscher and Oliver Simon ... Drafi Deutscher sang, wrote/co-wrote and produced/co-produced all Mixed Emotions songs (many of which were co-written with regular producer and musical ... member, Andreas Martin, under a slightly changed name - New Mixed Emotions ...

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