Beyond Measure is the fifth album by Jeremy Camp, released on October 31, 2006. It includes the singles, "Tonight", "What It Means" and "Let It Fade".
He recorded this album shortly after marrying his wife, Adrienne. On August 15, 2006, Camp released an EP on iTunes, featuring a song from his new album and a song from his wife, Adrienne's new album, along with an interview about their new albums and talk about their tour. "Tonight", the title song from the EP, is on the new album along with the title song, "Beyond Measure", that was mentioned throughout the interview. Jeremy's younger brother, Jared Camp, plays electric guitar on a few tracks, including "Tonight" and "What It Means".
The album entered the Billboard 200 at No. 29, selling about 31,000 copies in its first week. This was also the album's highest position on the chart. It was certified Gold in April 2010.
Tracks #1, 2 & 10 produced & engineered by Aaron Sprinkle; Recorded at Compound Recording Studio (Seattle, WA); Drums recorded at London Bridge Studio (Seattle, WA); Assistant Engineers: Aaron Lipinski, Larz Katz & Franklin Mazzeo; Drum Tech: Aaron Mlasko.
Tracks #4 & 11 produced & recorded by Andy Dodd & Adam Watts for Red Decible Productions; Recorded at Red Decible Studios (Orange County, CA) & Flat Out Studios (West Point, IN); Assistant Engineer at Flat Out: Jared Camp.
Track #12 produced by Steve Hindalong & Marc Byrd; Recorded by Derri Daugherty at Sled Dog Studio (Franklin, TN).
Tracks #3, 5-9 produced by Ron Aniello; Recorded at NRG Studios (N. Hollywood, CA) & Flat Out Studios (West Point, IN); Engineered by Eddie Jackson, Clif Norrell & Ron Aniello; Assistant Engineer at NRG: Casey Lewis.
Tracks #1, 3, 5-9 mixed by Tom Lord-Alge at South Beach Studios, assisted by Femio Hernandez.
Tracks #2, 10 & 12 mixed by Michael Shipley at The Animal House; Assistant & Pro-Tools Editor: Brian Wohlgemuth.
Tracks #4 & 11 mixed by Chris Lord-Alge at Resonate Music (Burbank, CA), assisted by Nik Karpen.