On the Line (soundtrack)

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On the Line
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released November 3, 2001
Genre Teen pop
Length 50:53
Label Jive
Producer JC Chasez, Desmond Child, Jules Gondar, Jimmy Harry, Jared Kotler, Stephen Lipson, Kristian Lundin, Andrew Manzano, Richard Marx, Jonathan McHugh, Dan Muckala, Danny Saber, Jake Schulze, Randy Spendlove
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly D+[2]

On the Line is the soundtrack from the film of the same name. It was released on November 3, 2001 via Jive Records.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Performer(s) Length
1. "On the Line"   Steve Diamond, Paul Vann, Mark Hammond *NSYNC, Mandy Moore, Christian Burns and True Vibe  
2. "That Girl (Will Never Be Mine)"   Kristian Lundin, J. Schulze, Andreas Carlsson *NSYNC  
3. "Under You"   Jeff Mendelsohn, David Mendelsohn Trickside  
4. "Don't Look Down"   Scott Cutler, Anne Preven BBMak  
5. "Let's Stay Together"   Al Green, Willie Mitchell, Al Jackson Jr. Al Green  
6. "Let Me Be"   Britney Spears, Brian Kieruff, Josh Schwartz Britney Spears  
7. "Falling"   Gary Brown, Chris Kirkpatrick, Bryan Popin, Ira Schickman *NSYNC  
8. "Do You C What I C?"   Jimmy Harry, Colleen Fitzpatrick Vitamin C  
9. "Ready to Fall"   Richard Marx Joey Fatone  
10. "To Be Able to Love" (Jonathan Peters Radio Mix) Kristian Lundin, Andreas Carlsson Jessica Folker  
11. "My Hit Song"   Melissa Lefton, Graham Edwards, Lauren Christy, Scott Spock Melissa Lefton  
12. "Say You'll Walk the Distance"   Jorgen Elofsson, Terry Cox, Tommy Ekman Robyn  
13. "Take Me On"   Richie Sambora, Desmond Child, Mark Hudson, Gary Burr Richie Sambora  
14. "Can't Trust Myself"   Rico Lumpkins, Jasper Cameron, Brandi Williams, Shamari Fears Blaque  
15. "Ready to Fall"   Richard Marx Meredith Edwards  



Year Chart Position
2001 The Billboard 200[3] 35
2001 Top Soundtracks[4] 2


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Entertainment Weekly review
  3. ^ Todd Martens. October 25, 2001. 'America' Rules... The Billboard 200. Retrieved on February 10, 2008.
  4. ^ November 3, 2001. Billboard's Top Soundtracks. Retrieved on February 10, 2008.