Catch Me I'm Falling is the 1988 official debut album (second album overall after the Laced EP) by the American dance-pop group Pretty Poison, who consisted of Jade Starling and Whey Cooler. It contains the title track "Catch Me (I'm Falling)", which was a top ten hit in the U.S. and also hit number one on the BillboardHot Dance Club Play chart the previous year. The second single off the album was a remix of their 1984 dance hit "Nighttime" which references Whodini's 1984 song "Freaks Come Out at Night" and was a top 40 hit in May 1988. The third single, "When I Look into Your Eyes", peaked on the dance chart in September of the same year.
Tracks 1 & 6 Produced by Kae Williams Jr. and Kurt Shore. Recorded & Mixed by Mitch Goldfarb, with assistance on track 6 by Brooke Hendricks, Jim Campbell & Ryan Dorn.
Tracks 2 & 7 Produced by Kae Williams Jr., with additional production and remix on track 2 by Shep Pettibone. Track 2 Recorded & Mixed by Joe Nicolo, Joe Alexander & Ryan Dorn; recording assisted by Jim Campbell & Robert Kloss. Track 7 Recorded & Mixed by Joe Alexander, Ryan Dorn & Mitch Goldfarb; recording assistance by Brooke Hendricks & Jim Campbell.
Tracks 3, 8 & 10 Produced by André Cymone. All Tracks Recorded & Mixed by Bobby Brooks; recording assistance by Brian Conley, Brian Schueble, Steve Shelton (all tracks) & Liz Cluse (track 8).
Tracks 4 & 9 Produced by Fred Zarr. Recorded by Don Feinberg, with assistance by Bernard Bulloch, Bill Esses & Richard Joseph. Track 4 Mixed by Michael Hutchinson. Track 9 Mixed by Don Feinberg.
Track 5 Produced by Eumir Deodato, with remix & additional production by Paul Simpson. Recorded & Mixed by Jon Goldberger; recording assistance by Angel Ugarte.
All Songs Published by Genetic Music, except "Heaven" (published by SBK Blackwood Music/Elastic Music/Mario Music/Genetic Music.