Lindsay Lohan discography

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Lindsay Lohan discography

Lohan in 2006
Releases
Studio albums 2
Singles 8
Music videos 9
Soundtracks 6

The discography of American recording artist Lindsay Lohan consists of two studio albums, eight singles, and nine music videos. Having appeared as an actress in several Disney features including The Parent Trap and Freaky Friday, as well as other films, such as Mean Girls, Lohan began recording songs for the soundtracks to her films.[1] In September 2002, Emilio Estefan, Jr. signed Lohan to a five-album contract.[2] The deal was later scrapped and Lohan signed on to Casablanca Records in 2004, under the management of Tommy Mottola.[3] She released her debut album, Speak, in December 2004, peaking at No. 4 on the Billboard 200,[4] and eventually earning Platinum certification.[2] Speak spawned Lohan's first single, "Rumors." Detailing Lohan's complaints with the paparazzi,[5] "Rumors" eventually earned gold certification[6] as well as a nomination for "Best Pop Video" at the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards, though Kelly Clarkson actually won the award itself.[7]

Lohan released her second album, A Little More Personal (Raw), in December 2005.[2] The album peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard 200,[2] gaining gold certification early in 2006.[8] The first single from the album, "Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)," peaked at No. 57 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it Lohan's first single to debut on the chart.[9] The song documents the problems Lohan has had in her family life, and the music video, which Lohan herself directed, features her younger sister Ali.[10] A Little More Personal enjoyed less success overall than Speak.

In 2007, Lohan commenced work on a third album following a move to the Universal Motown label.[11] A promotional single, "Bossy," released in May 2008,[12] was written by Ne-Yo and Stargate.[11] The album was initially due for release in late 2008,[11] however, Lohan announced in November 2008 that work on the album had stalled.[13] As of 2010, it was believed that she might still be recording an album after the long wait.[14]

In December 17, 2013. Lindsay Lohan was in a New York City recording studio over the weekend, experimenting with various tracks. Lindsay has one hit under her belt "Confessions of a Broken Heart" which is in the pop genre, but told she's now more interested in EDM. [15]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
US
[16]
AUT
[17]
CAN
[18]
GER
[19]
JAP
[20]
POL
[21]
UK
[22]
Speak 4 36 9 53 19 12 105
  • World: 2,000,000
  • US: 1,200,000[26]
A Little More Personal (Raw)
  • Released: December 6, 2005
  • Label: Casablanca, Universal
  • Formats: CD, digital download
20 23 44
  • World: 600,000
  • US: 500,000[23]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Soundtracks albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
US
[27]
US
OST

[27]
FRA
[28]
Freaky Friday 19 3 137
Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
  • Released: February 17, 2004
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • Formats: CD, digital download
51 3
Herbie: Fully Loaded
  • Released: June 21, 2005
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • Formats: CD, digital download
73 1
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Singles[edit]

As main artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[30]
US
Pop

[31]
AUS
[32]
AUT
[17]
CAN
[33]
GER
[19]
IRL
[34]
SWI
[35]
UK
[36]
UKR
[37]
"Rumors" 2004 [A] 23 10 23 14 30 4 Speak
"Over" [B] 39 27 49 40 19 52 27 8
"First" 2005 53 31 74 51 2
"Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)" 57 7 74 7 A Little More Personal (Raw)
"Bossy" 2008 77 12 N/A
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Notes Album
"Ultimate" 2003 Freaky Friday
"Drama Queen (That Girl)" 2004
  • Released on February 17, 2004 only in United States.[42]
Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
"I Live For the Day" 2005
  • Released on December 7, 2005 only in United States and Australia.[43]
A Little More Personal (Raw)

Other appearances[edit]

Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"I Decide" 2004 N/A The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
"Frankie & Johnny" 2006 N/A A Prairie Home Companion
"Red River Valley / In the Sweet By and By" A Prairie Home Companion cast
"Lohan Holiday" Ali Lohan Lohan Holiday
"A Beautiful Life (La Bella Vita)" 2007 N/A The Hills

Music videos[edit]

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Director Notes
"Ultimate" 2003 Mark Waters Scenes of the Freaky Friday movie
"What I Like About You" Marcus Raboy Lillix's music video; guest appearance
"Drama Queen (That Girl)" 2004 Declan Whitebloom
"Rumors" Jake Nava
"Over" 2005
"Speak" Francis Lawrence[44] Unreleased/Cancelled[44]
"First" Jake Nava
"Confessions of a Broken Heart" Lindsay Lohan
"Every Nose" 2008 Diane Martel N.E.R.D's music video; guest appearance
"Let The Games Begin" 2011 Justin Purser[45] MIGGS's music video; guest appearance
"Blue" 2012 James Franco R.E.M.'s music video; guest appearance
"City of Angels" 2013 Jared Leto Thirty Seconds to Mars's music video; guest Appearance

Notes[edit]

Notes

References[edit]

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