Issued in 2001 as a much needed stopgap release during the long interim separating Issues (1999) from Untouchables (2002), All Mixed Up attempted to quell the hunger of legions of Korn fans by culling together a couple odds and ends: the radio mix of "A.D.I.D.A.S.," electronica-styled remixes of "Good God" and "Got the Life," a live version of "Twist/Chi," and the previously unreleased "Jingle Balls." None of these are really worthwhile, even for the most fervent Korn fans. In fact, none of them are even interesting sans the novelty of "Jingle Balls," but you'd be better off downloading that song or listening to your friend's copy -- it's a one-time novelty, not one with lasting appeal. So in sum, All Mixed Up is a stopgap that did its job -- to remind fans circa 2001 that Korn indeed hadn't fallen off the face of the earth -- but has nothing substantial to offer.
AllMusic Review by Jason Birchmeier