Mistake (Stephanie McIntosh song)

"Mistake"
Single by Stephanie McIntosh
from the album Tightrope
Released 29 July 2006 (Australia)
22 June 2007 (Ireland)
25 June 2007 (UK)
Format CD, digital download
Recorded 2006
Genre Pop rock, teen pop
Length 3:20
Label Universal
Writer(s) Rami Yacoub, Arnthor Birgisson, Tom Nichols
Certification Gold (ARIA)
Tightrope track listing
"So Do I Say Sorry First?"
(1)
"Mistake"
(2)
"Tightrope"
(3)
from the album Bratz: Motion Picture Soundtrack
Length 3:21
Label Geffen
"Bratitude"
(21)
"Mistake"
(22)
Stephanie McIntosh Australia singles chronology
"Mistake"
(2006)
"Tightrope"
(2006)
Stephanie McIntosh UK singles chronology
"Mistake"
(2007)
"So Do I Say Sorry First?"
(2007)
Stephanie McIntosh Ireland singles chronology
"Mistake"
(2007)

"Mistake" is a pop rock song by Stephanie McIntosh. It was released as the first single from her debut album Tightrope on 29 July 2006.

"Mistake" was written by Tom Nichols (Lindsay Lohan, Jessica Simpson, Kylie Minogue) and Rami Yacoub and Arnthor Birgisson (Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC) and produced by the team at Maratone (Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears) and Mixed by Niklas Flycht (Britney Spears). The original title for "Mistake" was "Another Mistake".

"Mistake" was released as the debut single from Tightrope in the UK and Ireland, where it was released on 25 June 2007 with McIntosh promoting the album there in June 2007. In its first week on the chart, "Mistake" entered the UK Singles Chart at #168, on downloads alone. Then after its physical release, it jumped 121 places to #47. In Ireland, the song debuted at #54 upon its physical release.[1] It is her strongest single in and outside of Australia to date, although it didn't reach the top 40 anywhere outside Australia.

"Mistake" is featured on the Australian version of the Bratz: Motion Picture Soundtrack.[2] "Mistake" was also briefly used in two scenes in the Australian comedy show Summer Heights High.

Contents

Music video

The music video features Ryan Carnes, who acts on Desperate Housewives, a show of which McIntosh is a fan. It premiered on Video Hits on the morning of 1 July 2006, and is available to view on her official website. Stephanie has said that the video clip took 18 hours of shooting.

The opening scene starts with McIntosh dumping her boyfriend and walking up to a house singing. Once she approaches the door she knocks and a man (Ryan Carnes) opens the door to let her in. After that McIntosh begins to get ready for her catering job and all the people arrive. McIntosh serves drinks as she sings but trips over. No one helps her up and everyone laughs except the man. She runs off to the bathroom and is almost in tears. She sings into the mirror and take off her white shirt revealing a green blondie T-shirt. The man walks in on her and they look at each other.

Then they're walking in the main party area with the man leading her to an unknown place. It is soon discovered that it's a stage and McIntosh walks up and starts to sing. Everyone's cheering her on and she really gets into it. The ex-boyfriend comes in and she pours a drink all over him. Everyone laughs at him and the scene ends with McIntosh smiling and biting her lip.

Track listing

  • Australian CD single
  1. "Mistake" — 3:21
  2. "Mistake" (Jewels & Stone remix) — 6:06
  3. "Mistake" (Black Fras remix) — 4:23
  • UK CD single
  1. "Mistake" — 3:21
  2. "Mistake" (Jewels & Stone remix) — 6:06

A free signed poster was included as a special bonus with all copies of the Australian edition of "Mistake".

Universal sent out "Mistake" radio promos, one normal promo and a 'Jewels and Stone Radio Edit' promo. They were both printed as picture discs but the remix promo was printed in black and white with red and purple text.

Chart performance

"Mistake" debuted at #3 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart on Saturday, 5 August 2006. It was the highest-placed debut of the week, and the highest-placed Australian artist of the week. The week before, it had debuted at #36 on the Digital Charts, dropped out, re-entered at #13 and later moved up to its peak position, #2. On Saturday 12 August 2006, "Mistake" made it to #1 on iTunes but was later knocked off by "SexyBack" by Justin Timberlake, and also peaked at #1 on the Australasian Singles Chart. "Mistake" was accredited Gold by ARIA on 28 August 2006, and was the 22nd best-selling single of 2006 in Australia. It spent a total of 17 weeks on the ARIA Singles Chart[3].

"Mistake" entered the UK Singles Chart on 24 June 2007 at #168 on downloads alone, and after its physical release, it peaked at #47 on 1 July 2007, and could not climb any higher due to lack of promotion of the single. In Ireland, it peaked at #54 upon its physical release.

Charts and certification

Chart (2006) Peak
position
Australian ARIA Singles Chart[4] 3
Chart (2007) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 47
Irish Singles Chart 54

End Of Year Charts

Year Country Chart Ranking
2006 Australia ARIA #22[5]

Official versions

  • Album version - 3:21
  • Demo ("Another Mistake") 3:11 (Withdrawn from single)
  • Black Fras Remix - 4:23
  • Black Fras Extended Remix - 7:02 (Promotional release)
  • Black Fras Dub - 5:01 (Promotional release)
  • Jewels and Stone Remix - 6:06
  • Jewels and Stone Radio Edit - 3:54
  • Jewels and Stone Dub - 4:44 (Promotional release)
  • Extended Club Mix - 9:44 (Promotional release)
  • Soul Seekerz Club Mix - 8:43
  • Soul Seekerz Dub - 9:21
  • The Wideboys Remix - 6:48
  • The Wideboys Radio Mix - 3:42
  • Digital Dog Mix - 8:00
  • Moto Blanco Remix - 9:42
  • Steve Mac Dub - 10:42
  • Almighty Remix - 8:08
  • Almighty Radio Edit - 4:46
  • Blow Up Mix - 7:06

Release details

Country Date Label Format Catalog
Australia 2006-07-29 Universal Records CD 1703887
United Kingdom 2007-06-25 UMTV CD 1739005

References

Preceded by
This Time I Know It's for Real by Young Divas
ARIA Australasian number-one single
7 August 2006 – 25 September 2006
Succeeded by
Taller, Stronger, Better by Guy Sebastian

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