Falling Uphill

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Falling Uphill
Studio album by Lillix
Released May 27, 2003
Recorded 2002–2003
Genre Pop rock, Pop Punk
Length 40:53
Label Maverick
Producer The Matrix
Philip Steir
Linda Perry
Glen Ballard
John Shanks
Lillix chronology
Falling Uphill
(2003)
Inside the Hollow
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Falling Uphill is the debut album from the Canadian girl pop rock band Lillix.

Their debut album was released by Maverick Records on May 27, 2003.

The debut album includes a cover of The Romantics' song "What I Like About You". This song was also featured on the Freaky Friday soundtrack as well as the comedy series of the same name. The single releases are "It's About Time", "What I Like About You", and "Tomorrow". The only single to hit the charts is "It's About Time" (a promotional single), which peaked at #17 on the Japan Top 20 chart.[2] The song "Fork in the Road" was also included on Volume 2 of Barbie's Cali Girl CD, along with "Breathe Your Name," and "Is She Really Going Out With Him."[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Tomorrow"   Lacey-Lee Evin, Linda Perry, Louise Burns, Tasha-Ray Evin 3:44
2. "Quicksand"   Burns 3:46
3. "It's About Time"   Graham Edwards, L. Evin, Lauren Christy, Burns, Scott Spock, T. Evin 3:41
4. "Dirty Sunshine"   Edwards, L. Evin, Christy, Burns, Spock, T. Evin 3:17
5. "Sick"   L. Evin, T. Evin 3:37
6. "Invisible"   L. Evin 3:44
7. "24/7"   T. Evin 3:58
8. "Because"   T. Evin 2:26
9. "Promises"   T. Evin 3:22
10. "Fork in the Road"   L. Evin 3:11
11. "Lost and Confused"   Burns 3:16
12. "What I Like About You"   Jimmy Marinos, Mike Skill, Wally Palamarchuk 2:47
13. "Blind" (Japanese edition bonus track) T. Evin 3:56

Singles[edit]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Position
U.S. Billboard 200 188[4]
U.S. Top Heatseekers 6[4]
Japanese Albums Chart[5] 14

References[edit]