Madeline (album)

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Studio album by Tickle Me Pink
Released September 4, 2007 [1]
Recorded The Blasting Room, Fort Collins, Colorado
Genre Alternative rock
Label Wind-up Records
Producer Lee Miles
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating (78%) link
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
PopMatters (3/10) link
PopSyndicate (3.5/5) link

Madeline is the debut album by Fort Collins band Tickle Me Pink, released on September 4, 2007, under the Wind-up Records label. It has been said that this album focuses on many major issues in today's world, including mortality, drug use, suicide, loss, brutal breakups to name but a few.[2]

Tickle Me Pink singer Sean Kennedy had said:

"It is somewhat ironic that many of our songs deal with death and a higher purpose. We want to let the world know how short life is; embrace the ones you love and treasure each moment without regret."

Madeline was recorded in "The Blasting Room" in Fort Collins, which is the band's home town, and was produced by Lee Miles.

On the day Madeline was released, bassist/guitarist Johnny Schou died aged 22.

The song "The Time Is Wrong" is available as free downloadable content in Rock Band 2.

Track listing[edit]


No. Title Length
1. "Typical" 3:17
2. "The Time Is Wrong" 3:23
3. "The Lush Life" 2:30
4. "Madeline" 3:38
5. "We Still Dance" 3:30
6. "We're Not Alone" 3:30
7. "The Answer" 4:30
8. "I Can't Breathe" 2:57
9. "Go Die" 3:48
10. "Beside the Others" 4:04
11. "Tomorrow's Ending" 5:05


Tickle Me Pink
  • Scott Kennedy – Design, Layout Design


Chart (2008) Peak
Top Heatseekers 21


  1. ^ a b c "Madeline". Allmusic. Retrieved 2012-02-29. 
  2. ^ [1] Archived October 15, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.