Inside Out (Emmy Rossum album)

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Inside Out
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Studio album by Emmy Rossum
Released October 23, 2007
Recorded Los Angeles
Genre Dream pop, new-age
Length 48:21
Label Geffen
Producer Stuart Brawley
Emmy Rossum chronology
Inside Out
Sentimental Journey
(2013)Sentimental Journey2013
Singles from Inside Out
  1. "Slow Me Down"
    Released: 2008
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Inside Out is the debut album by singer-actress Emmy Rossum, released on October 23, 2007. In the second week of its release the album entered the U.S. Billboard 200 at number 199.[2] As of May 11, 2008, the album had sold 28,090 copies in the US. The cover and album photos were shot at Pier 54 in Santa Monica by photographer Brian Bowen Smith.[3] Though the album only spent one week on the Billboard 200, it spent 55 weeks on the Billboard Top New Age Albums chart and 8 weeks on the Heatseekers chart.[4][5] Lead single "Slow Me Down" missed the Billboard Hot 100, but spent 72 weeks on the New Age Digital Songs chart and 2 weeks on the Hot Canadian Digital Singles chart.[6][7] Inside Out was the 7th best-selling New Age album and Emmy Rossum was the 4th best-selling New Age artist of 2008.[8][9]

Producer Stuart Brawley received a 2009 Juno award nomination for his work on the album.

Inside Out - EP[edit]

On July 31, three songs and a 17:56-seconds making-of documentary (filmed by documentary filmmaker Doug Biro) were released on iTunes[10] under the name "Inside Out - EP." As of August 4, it was the 8th top album overall and the 2nd top pop album.

Those songs are:

  1. "Slow Me Down" 2:34
  2. "Stay" 3:15
  3. "Falling" 3:40
  4. "Inside Out Documentary (Long Version)" 17:56 video.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Slow Me Down" Emmy Rossum, Stuart Brawley, Bridget Benenate 2:34
2. "Inside Out" Rossum, Brawley 3:23
3. "Stay" Rossum, Brawley 3:14
4. "Falling" Rossum, Brawley 4:03
5. "The Great Divide" Rossum, Brawley 6:53
6. "Lullaby" Rossum, Brawley, Vince Pizzinga 4:54
7. "Don't Stop Now" Rossum, Brawley, Pizzinga 5:44
8. "High" Rossum, Brawley, Michelle Lewis 3:59
9. "A Million Pieces" Rossum, Brawley 4:53
10. "Rainy Days and Mondays" Paul Williams, Roger Nichols 3:42
11. "Anymore" Rossum, Brawley, Pizzinga 4:49
12. "Been Too Long" (iTunes Bonus Track) Rossum, Brawley 3:46

Music videos[edit]

  • "Slow Me Down" (Directed by Thomas Kloss)[11]
  • "Falling" (Directed by Adam Egypt Mortimer)[12]


Chart positions[edit]


Chart (2007) Peak
US Billboard 200 199
US Billboard Top New Age Albums 2
US Billboard Top Heatseekers 3
US Billboard Top Digital Albums 15


Year Single Chart Peak position
2007 "Slow Me Down" Hot Canadian Digital Singles #37
2007 "Slow Me Down" New Age Digital Songs #9

Year-end charts[edit]

Chart (2008) Position
Billboard Top New Age Albums Chart 7


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