Without Regret

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Without Regret
Studio album by Kimberly Caldwell
Released April 19, 2011
Genre Pop rock
Length 39:58
Label Vanguard/Capitol
Producer Marshall Altman/Tommy Henriksen/John Mark & MachoPsycho
Singles from Without Regret
  1. "Mess of You"
    Released: February 23, 2010
  2. "Desperate Girls & Stupid Boys"
    Released: December 3, 2010
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Slant Magazine 1.5/5 stars[2]

Without Regret is the debut album from American Idol season two seventh place finalist, Kimberly Caldwell. The album was supposed to be released on April 6, 2010 by Vanguard Records and Capitol Records, but according to Caldwell's website and YouTube channel, the album was pushed back to a July 2010 release date. It was then pushed back again until December 31, 2010. After a fourth delay the album was finally released on April 19, 2011.[3] Caldwell co-wrote the song Tacking Back My Life with the Brett Epstein.[4]

Tracklist[edit]

Tracklist:

  1. "Desperate Girls & Stupid Boys" (3:26) - Tommy Henriksen / BC Jean / Zac Maloy*
  2. "Heart Like Mine" (4:01) - Kara DioGuardi / Chad Kroeger / Joey Moi
  3. "Naked" (3:03) - Henriksen / Jean / Maloy*
  4. "Hotter Without You" (3:39) - John Mark Baxter Seltzer -Engineered by Jon Maddux
  5. "Say Love" (4:22) - Kimberly Caldwell / Sean Michael Kelly / Andrew Thompson (ASCAP)
  6. "Mess of You" (3:10) - Alana Grace / Michael Ochs (ASCAP)
  7. "If You’re Gonna Fall" (3:43) - Lucie Silvas / Jon Green / Dennis Matkosky
  8. "Taking Back My Life" (3:15) - Brett Epstein / Caldwell (ASCAP)
  9. "Going Going Gone" (3:50) - Wayne Rodrigues / Eric Schermerhorn / Delisha Thomas
  10. "Frozen" (4:01) - Caldwell / Marshall Altman / Jason Gaviatti
  11. "Human After All" (3:32) - Caldwell / Altman / Kell

Album Produced by Marshall Altman/* Tommy Henriksen/**John Mark & MachoPsycho

Singles[edit]

  • "Mess of You": The single was released on Caldwell's official website and MySpace page on December 17, 2009.
  • "Desperate Girls & Stupid Boys": The single was released on December 3, 2010, which led to Caldwell to push back the release of the album to its current release date. The song debuted at number 50 on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play Chart. It was her first ever appearance on a billboard chart and it's been 8 years since she was on American Idol.[5]

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