Take It All Away

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This article is about the Ryan Cabera album. For for the Owl City song, see The Midsummer Station.
Not to be confused with Take It All.
Take It All Away
Studio album by Ryan Cabrera
Released August 17, 2004 (2004-08-17)
Recorded 2003-2004
Genre Pop rock
Length 43:38
Label Atlantic
Producer Ryan Cabrera, John Rzeznik
Ryan Cabrera chronology
Elm St.
Take It All Away
You Stand Watching
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars link
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars Archived December 2, 2007 at the Wayback Machine

Take It All Away is the debut major-label studio album from American pop rock singer-songwriter Ryan Cabrera, and was released in 2004 on Atlantic Records. From this album, three hit singles were released; "On the Way Down", "True", and "40 Kinds of Sadness".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Let's Take Our Time" (Cabrera, Guy Chambers) 3:09
  2. "On the Way Down" (Sabelle Breer, Cabrera, Curt Frasca) 3:33
  3. "True" (Cabrera, Jimmy Harry, Shep Solomon) 3:24
  4. "Exit To Exit" (Cabrera, Harry, Solomon) 3:39
  5. "40 Kinds of Sadness" (Breer, Cabrera, Frasca) 3:23
  6. "Echo Park" (Cabrera, Harry) 3:40
  7. "Take It All Away" (Breer, Cabrera, Frasca) 3:46
  8. "Shame On Me" (Cabrera, Steve Diamond, Savan Kotecha) 3:23
  9. "She's" (Cabrera, Kara DioGuardi) 4:35
  10. "Illusions" (Cabrera, John Rzeznik) 3:36
  11. "Blind Sight" (Cabrera) 4:01
  12. "On The Way Down" [Acoustic Version] 5:51

Japan Bonus Track

  1. "I Know What It Feels Like"

Latin American Bonus track

13. "True" (Spanish Version) "Solo Me Faltas Tu"


  • Ryan Cabrera, John Rzeznik, Greg Suran: Guitars
  • Rhett Hulcy: Piano
  • Paul Bushnell: Bass
  • Gregg Bissonette, Daniel Chase: Drums, Percussion
  • Raoul Shroff: Saxophone


  • Produced By John Rzeznik & Ryan Cabrera
  • Engineers, Mixing: Doug McKean, Craig David Smith
  • Assistant Engineers: Greg Burns, Darrell Thorp, Brian Vibberts
  • Digital Editing: EMI Ferguson
  • Mastering: Ted Jensen

Chart performance[edit]

Year Album/single Chart Peak
2004 Take It All Away [Album] The Billboard 200
Top Internet Albums
On the Way Down [Single] Billboard Hot 100
Top 40 Mainstream
Top 40 Tracks
Adult Top 40
True [Single] Billboard Hot 100
Top 40 Mainstream
Top 40 Tracks
2005 On the Way Down [Single] Adult Contemporary
Top 40 Adult Recurrents
True [Single] Adult Contemporary
Adult Top 40
Pop 100 Airplay
Pop 100
Top 40 Adult Recurrents