All the Time in the World (Jump5 album)

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All the Time in the World
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Studio album by Jump5
Released August 13, 2002
Recorded 2002
Genre Contemporary Christian, pop, teen pop
Length 38:07
Label Sparrow
Jump5 chronology
Jump5
(2001)
All the Time in the World
(2002)
All the Joy in the World
(2002)
Singles from All the Time in the World
  1. "All I Can Do"
    Released: June 27, 2002
  2. "Joyride"
    Released: August 13, 2002
  3. "Forever In My Heart"
    Released: December 1, 2002
  4. "Throw Your Hands Up"
    Released: April 8, 2003[citation needed]

All the Time in the World is the second album from Christian pop group Jump5. "All I Can Do" was released as a Radio Disney single, while the "Joyride" and "Forever In My Heart" singles were later released for both Christian contemporary hit radio (CHR) and adult contemporary radio.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "All I Can Do"   Billy Chapin, Linda Elias, Chris Omartian 3:11
2. "Throw Your Hands Up"   Mark Pennells, Zarc Porter 3:13
3. "Summer Song"   Michelle Tumes 3:37
4. "Joyride"   Omartian, Gina Lawton, Kyra Lawton, Todd Lawton 3:26
5. "Angel in My Heart"   Eliot Kennedy, Suzanne Shaw, Tim Woodcock 3:44
6. "Put Me in the Picture"   Cunningham, Bob Halligan, Jr., Ted Tjornhom 2:51
7. "Forever in My Heart"   Mark Hammond, Stephanie Lewis 3:24
8. "Diamond"   Dan Muckala, Steven Siler 3:25
9. "Throw Your Hands Up (Remix)"   Pennells, Porter 3:18
10. "Joyride (Remix)"   Omartian, G. Lawton, K. Lawton, T. Lawton 4:16
11. "All I Can Do (Remix)"   Billy Chapin, Linda Elias, Chris Omartian 3:47


Reception[edit]

The album peaked at #3 on the Billboard Contemporary Christian Album Charts, and #83 on the Billboard 200.[1]

A DVD acting as a companion for the album was released on August 13, 2002, the same date as the album. It included the music video for "All I Can Do," a live performance of "Start Jumpin'" on Go for It! TV, and a behind the scenes featurette about the making of the "Beauty and the Beast" music video, as well as exclusive interviews.

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