Save Me (Wake Up Call)

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"Save Me (Wake Up Call)"
Single by Unwritten Law
from the album Here's to the Mourning
Released May 2, 2005
Format CD
Recorded 2004 at Ocean Recording, Glenwood Place, and Royaltone in Burbank, The Blue Room in Laurel Canyon, Pulse in Hollywood, and Sound Wherehouse in Sherman Oaks
Genre Alternative rock
Label Lava
Writer(s) Scott Russo, Aimee Allen, Linda Perry
Producer(s) Sean Beavan, Linda Perry
Unwritten Law singles chronology
"Rest of My Life"
(2003)
"Save Me (Wake Up Call)"
(2005)
"She Says"
(2005)

"Save Me (Wake Up Call)" is a song by the San Diego-based rock band Unwritten Law, released as the first single from the band's 2005 album Here's to the Mourning. It was written by singer Scott Russo along with Aimee Allen and Linda Perry, and was produced by Perry and Sean Beavan. It became the second highest-charting single of the band's career, reaching #5 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Scott Russo and Aimee Allen

No. Title Music Producer Length
1. "Save Me (Wake Up Call)" (radio edit) Russo, Linda Perry, Allen Sean Beavan, Perry  
2. "Save Me" (Reggae mix) Russo, Perry, Allen    
3. "Slow Dance" (remix) Russo, Pat Kim    

Personnel[edit]

Band[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Sean Beavan – producer, engineer, mixing
  • Linda Perry – producer of "Save Me (Wake Up Call)" (with Beavan)
  • Critter and Zach Barnhorst – engineers
  • Zach Barnhorst, Jay Groin, James Murray, and Alex Pavlides – assistant engineers
  • Brain Gardener – mastering

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