Maybe I'm Dreaming

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Maybe I'm Dreaming
Maybe I'm Dreaming.jpg
Studio album by Owl City
Released March 17, 2008
Recorded 2007–08
Genre Synth-pop, electronica
Length 47:42
Label Self-released (Original release)
Universal Republic (Second release)
Producer Adam Young
Owl City chronology
Of June
(2007)Of June2007
Maybe I'm Dreaming
(2008)
Ocean Eyes
(2009)Ocean Eyes2009
Alternative cover
iTunes cover
iTunes cover

Maybe I'm Dreaming is the debut studio album by American electronica project Owl City, released on March 17, 2008.[1] Despite having been self-released and not recorded by any major producer, it managed to reach the top 20 of the Billboard Electronic Music Album Chart.[2] The seventh track, "The Technicolor Phase", is featured on Alice in Wonderland's compilation album, Almost Alice.

Following the surprise success of Owl City's second album, Ocean Eyes, Maybe I'm Dreaming was pressed and re-released by Universal Republic on March 30, 2010.[3]

An official music video for the song "Early Birdie" was filmed in March 2008 by Young's childhood friends/bandmates Andy and Anthony Johnson (Windsor Airlift), and then released on January 13, 2011 via YouTube.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Adam Young.

No. Title Length
1. "On the Wing" 5:04
2. "Rainbow Veins" 4:40
3. "Super Honeymoon" 3:22
4. "The Saltwater Room" (featuring Breanne Düren) 4:52
5. "Early Birdie" 4:15
6. "Air Traffic" 3:04
7. "The Technicolor Phase" 4:27
8. "Sky Diver" 2:48
9. "Dear Vienna" 3:58
10. "I'll Meet You There" 4:16
11. "This Is the Future" 2:51
12. "West Coast Friendship" 4:03

Personnel[edit]

Owl City
Additional musicians and production
  • Breanne Düren – additional vocals on track 1, 4 & 6
  • Austin Tofte - additional guitars and instrumentation, additional vocals on track 1 & 2

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2009-10) Peak
position
UK Dance Albums (OCC)[5] 6
US Dance/Electronic Albums (Billboard)[6] 16

Music videos[edit]

Notes and miscellanea[edit]

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