Tails (album)

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Tails
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Studio album by Lisa Loeb
Released September 26, 1995
Genre Adult alternative, pop rock, alternative rock, indie rock
Length 43:49
Label Geffen
Producer Juan Patiño
Lisa Loeb chronology
Purple Tape (1992) Tails
(1995)
Firecracker
(1997)
Singles from Tails
  1. "Stay (I Missed You)"
    Released: May 17, 1994
  2. "Taffy"
    Released: 1995
  3. "Do You Sleep?"
    Released: September 1995
  4. "Waiting for Wednesday"
    Released: 1996
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Texas Monthly (neutral) Nov/95[2]
People magazine (positive) 10/2/95[citation needed]

Tails is an album by Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories, released in 1995 by Geffen Records.

The album was well received by the public, as it was certified Gold by the RIAA on December 1, 1995. Critics were also favorable to the album, with Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly, in particular, noting that "Loeb has an undeniable gift for creating an air of intimacy and vulnerability, which may well be enough for 'Stay' fans looking for additional doses of contemplative melancholy." [3] "It's Over," "Snow Day," "Do You Sleep?", and "Hurricane" originally appeared on her previous studio album Purple Tape.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Lisa Loeb.

  1. "It's Over"
  2. "Snow Day"
  3. "Taffy"
  4. "When All the Stars Were Falling"
  5. "Do You Sleep?"
  6. "Hurricane"
  7. "Rose-Colored Times"
  8. "Sandalwood"
  9. "Alone"
  10. "Waiting for Wednesday"
  11. "Lisa Listen"
  12. "Garden of Delights"
  13. "Stay (I Missed You)" (previously appeared on the 1994 Reality Bites soundtrack)
  14. "Sandalwood (Band Version)" (Japanese bonus track)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stephen Thomas Erlewine. "Tails - Lisa Loeb,Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories - Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  2. ^ Cohen, Jason (November 1995). "Tails". Vol. 23 no. 11. Texas Monthly. p. 30. 
  3. ^ Ken Tucker (September 29, 1995). "Tails". No. 294. Entertainment Weekly. p. 61.