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Falling Uphill

  • 1. Tomorrow
    2. Quicksand
    3. It's About Time
    4. Dirty Sunshine
    5. Sick
    6. Invisible
    7. 24/7
    8. Because
    9. Promises
    10. Fork in the Road
    11. Lost and Confused
    12. What I Like About You
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 48323

  • Credits
    EngineerEMI Ferguson; David Guerrero; John Fields; Lars Fox; Marc DeSisto; Mark Valentine; Philip Steir; Scott Campbell; Krish Sharma; Dorian Crozier

    This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
    Lillix: Tasha-Ray Evin (vocals, guitar); Lacy-Lee Evin (vocals, keyboards); Louise Burns (vocals, bass); Kim Urnham (drums).
    Producers include: Philip Steir, Glen Ballard, Linda Perry, The Matrix, John Shanks.
    Personnel: Glen Ballard (guitar, keyboards); Corky James, Chris Lyon, Michael Hart Thompson , Phil Solem (guitar); Patrick Warren (keyboards); Eric Alexander , Dawn Richardson, Joe Marchiano, Matt Chamberlain, Michael Urbano, Ronnie Ciago, Victor Indrizzo, David Raven, Dorian Crozier (drums).
    Audio Mixers: Dave Pensado; EMI Ferguson; John Fields ; Tom Lord-Alge; Dorian Crozier.
    Recording information: Ananda Studios; Corner Island Studios, Glendale, CA; Decoy Studios, Encini, CA; Henson Studios; House Of Blues Studios, Encino, CA; Mansfield Lodge; Studio D; The Enterprise; Toast Studio; Vibatorium; Village Recorders, Los Angeles, CA; Westlake Audio, Hollywood, CA.
    Photographer: Frank Ockenfels.
    Arranger: Glen Ballard.
    After Avril Lavigne contributed mightily to the decline of Britney Spears-style teen pop in favor of a more rock-based, guitar-friendly sound, the pop landscape changed mightily. In the wake of that seismic alteration comes Lillix, illustrating the notion that if one Avril is good, then four should be great. In fact, they very nearly beat A.V. at her own game. While they are no slouches in either the accessible pop hooks department or in camera-friendliness, they frequently come a lot closer than you-know-who to genuinely punky moments. Imagine if you will a cleaned-up, image-consulted version of the Donnas and you'll be on the right track. And while Lavigne's rock memory seems to go back no further than Blink 182, Lillix closes FALLING UPHILL with a cover of a classic from new wave/power-pop cult heroes the Romantics ("What I Like About You"), giving those old enough to remember the first days of MTV a glimmer of hope for the future.

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