|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||All Mixed Up||4||Audio||1991||PWL Records|
|2||All Mixed Up||3||Audio||1991||PWL Records|
|3||All Mixed Up||2||Audio||1991||PWL Records|
|4||All Mixed Up||10||Audio||2009||PAL Productions Ltd.|
|5||All Mixed Up||4||Audio||1991||Mushroom|
|6||All Mixed Up||3||Audio||1991||PWL Records|
|7||All Mixed Up||2||Audio||1991||PWL Records|
Gayle and Gillian Blakeney are identical twins who performed together as actresses and as a Dance Pop duo in the 1990s.
Following the success of former Neighbours actors Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan as recording artists, the Blakeneys went to England in 1991 to record with Stock Aitken Waterman as "The Twins". The resulting single, "All Mixed Up," became a modest club hit that year, and peaked at #77 in the UK Pop chart that year (peaking at #74 in Australia).
After parting with Stock Aitken Waterman the Blakeneys made a brief return to Neighbours, eventually leaving the show in 1992. In 1993/ 1994 they released two singles in the United Kingdom as "Gayle and Gillian", "Mad If Ya Don't" (number 75 in 1993) and a cover version of Prince's "I Wanna Be Your Lover" re-titled "Wanna Be Your Lover" (number 62 in 1994).