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Lifehouse (album)


Dec 17, 2021

Lifehouse is the self-titled third studio album by pop rock band Lifehouse. It was released in 2005 on Geffen Records.

For the project by The Who, see Lifehouse (rock opera).
2005 studio album by Lifehouse
Studio album by

Released March 22, 2005
Recorded Los Angeles, California and Maryland in 2004
Length 47:53
Label Geffen
Lifehouse chronology
Stanley Climbfall
Who We Are
Singles from Lifehouse
  1. You and Me
    Released: January 28, 2005
  2. Blind
    Released: November 7, 2005

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]
Jesus Freak Hideout [2]
Melodic.net [3]
Rolling Stone [4]

It debuted at #10 on the Billboard 200, selling 63,000 copies in its first week of release and was certified Gold by the RIAA on September 7, 2005.[5][6]Lifehouse has sold 960,000 units in the US as of November 2009,[7] and over three million worldwide to date.[citation needed]

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The album saw a shift in Lifehouse’s sound. It notably featured less of the angst-ridden post-grunge sound of their previous two albums, and marked their first album to adopt the lighter, more radio-friendly adult pop rock sound prevalent in their subsequent albums. Tracks such as “We’ll Never Know” feature more post-grunge flair, while the albums two lead singles “You and Me” and “Blind” lean towards pop rock.

All tracks are written by Jason Wade, except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “Come Back Down”   4:34
2. Blind   5:01
3. You and Me
4. “All in All”
  • Wade
  • Ean Mering
5. “Better Luck Next Time”   3:38
6. “Days Go By”   3:24
7. “Into the Sun”
  • Wade
  • Scott Faircloff
8. “Undone”   3:25
9. “We’ll Never Know”   3:25
10. “Walking Away”   4:46
11. “Chapter One”   3:39
12. “The End Has Only Begun”   4:22
Total length: 47:53
Bonus tracks
No. Title Length
13. “Today” (Special edition bonus track) 3:03
14. “Along the Way” (UK and Japanese bonus track) 4:05
15. “Through These Times” (Japanese bonus track) 4:13

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