Falling Uphill

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Falling Uphill
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Studio album by Lillix
Released May 27, 2003
Recorded 2002–2003
Genre Pop rock, pop punk
Length 40:53
Label Maverick
Producer The Matrix
Philip Steir
Linda Perry
Glen Ballard
John Shanks
Lillix chronology
Falling Uphill
Inside the Hollow
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone 2/5 stars[2]

Falling Uphill is the first album by the Canadian girl pop rock band Lillix. It released by Maverick Records on May 27, 2003.

The album includes a cover version of The Romantics' song "What I Like About You". This song also appeared on the Freaky Friday soundtrack as well as in the What I Like About You TV comedy series. The single releases are "It's About Time", "What I Like About You" and "Tomorrow". The only single to reach the charts is "It's About Time" (a promotional single), which peaked at #17 on the Japan Top 20 chart.[3] The song "Fork in the Road" was also included on volume 2 of Barbie's Cali Girl CD, along with "Breathe Your Name" and "Is She Really Going Out With Him".[4]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Tomorrow"   Lacey-Lee Evin, Linda Perry, Louise Burns, Tasha-Ray Evin 3:44
2. "Quicksand"   Burns 3:46
3. "It's About Time"   Graham Edwards, L. Evin, Lauren Christy, Burns, Scott Spock, T. Evin 3:41
4. "Dirty Sunshine"   Edwards, L. Evin, Christy, Burns, Spock, T. Evin 3:17
5. "Sick"   L. Evin, T. Evin 3:37
6. "Invisible"   L. Evin 3:44
7. "24/7"   T. Evin 3:58
8. "Because"   T. Evin 2:26
9. "Promises"   T. Evin 3:22
10. "Fork in the Road"   L. Evin 3:11
11. "Lost and Confused"   Burns 3:16
12. "What I Like About You"   Jimmy Marinos, Mike Skill, Wally Palamarchuk 2:47
13. "Blind" (Japanese edition bonus track) T. Evin 3:56


Chart performance[edit]

Chart Position
U.S. Billboard 200 188[5]
U.S. Top Heatseekers 6[5]
Japanese Albums Chart[6] 14