Dreaming Out Loud (OneRepublic album)

Dreaming Out Loud (OneRepublic album)
Dreaming Out Loud
Studio album by OneRepublic
Released November 20, 2007
(see release history)
Recorded 2001 — 2007
Genre Pop rock
Length 57:25 (Intl. version)[1]
Label Mosley Music Group, Interscope
Producer Greg Wells, Timbaland (exec.), Ryan Tedder
OneRepublic chronology
Dreaming Out Loud
(2007)
Waking Up
(2009)
Singles from Dreaming Out Loud
  1. "Apologize"
    Released: September 17, 2007
  2. "Stop and Stare"
    Released: November 27, 2007
  3. "Say (All I Need)"
    Released: June 17, 2008
  4. "Mercy"
    Released: September 8, 2008
  5. "Come Home"
    Released: July 14, 2009
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Rolling Stone 2/5 stars[2]
PopMatters (4/10)[3]
BBC Music (negative)[4]

Dreaming Out Loud is the debut album by American rock band OneRepublic. It was produced by Greg Wells, with two songs produced by singer Ryan Tedder, and was engineered and mixed by Joe Zook. The album was released on November 20, 2007, though many of the tracks were leaked months in advance of the official release date. The album follows two years of massive success on MySpace where the band has appeared in MySpace Music's Top Artists since early 2006, with over 28 million total song plays counted.[5] It has been released in the US, Australia, the UK, Europe, New Zealand and Spain. Dreaming Out Loud has been certified Gold by the RIAA.[6]

Contents

Singles

The first single to be lifted from the album was "Apologize," both in its original form and a version remixed by Timbaland. The follow-up single "Stop and Stare" was released on March 3, 2008 in the United Kingdom. A third single from the album, "Say (All I Need)" was released June 2008. In September 2008, the band released their fourth single, "Mercy".[7] The official video for "Mercy" debuted in the UK on August 15, 2008, on the music channel 'Q'. The video is filmed in black and white and features OneRepublic performing the song on a beach. "Come Home," a digital single, was remastered featuring Sara Bareilles and was released on July 14 in the iTunes stores and debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at #80.[8] The song is a tribute to American soldiers and was written by Tedder about a soldier friend of his who was serving overseas.[9] "All We Are" was used in HBO's 2009 Promo. The song "Tyrant" was used in 2010 film The Last Song as the movie's opening song and it was included as the leading track in the official movie soundtrack.

Track listing

Standard edition
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Say (All I Need)"   Andrew Brown, Zach Filkins, Eddie Fisher, Brent Kutzle, Ryan Tedder[10][11] 3:50
2. "Mercy"   Brown, Tedder 4:00
3. "Stop and Stare"   Brown, Filkins, Fisher, Tim Myers, Tedder 3:43
4. "Apologize"   Tedder 3:28
5. "Goodbye, Apathy"   Tedder 3:32
6. "All Fall Down"   Brown, Filkins, Fisher, Kutzle, Tedder 4:04
7. "Tyrant"   Brown, Filkins, Tedder 5:03
8. "Prodigal"   Jerrod Bettis, Brown, Filkins, Myers, Tedder 3:55
9. "Won't Stop"   Brown, Filkins, Fisher, Kutzle, Tedder 5:03
10. "All We Are"   Myers, Tedder 4:28
11. "Someone to Save You"   Fisher, Myers, Tedder 4:15
12. "Come Home"   Tedder 4:27

Release history

Region Date
United States November 20, 2007
Germany December 7, 2007[13]
Australia February 8, 2008
Brazil February 15, 2008
United Kingdom March 10, 2008
Italy March 14, 2008
Spain April 1, 2008

Charts

Chart (2007/2008) Peak
position
Sales Certifications
Australian Albums Chart[14] 4 35,000[15] Gold
Austrian Albums Chart[16] 14 15,000[17] Gold
Canadian Albums Chart[18] 7 40,000+ Gold
Danish Albums Chart[16] 5
Dutch Albums Chart[16] 71
European Top 100 Albums[19] 4
French Albums Chart[16] 76
German Albums Chart[16] 7 100,000+ Gold
Greek Albums Chart[16] 20
Irish Albums Chart[16] 4
Italian Albums Chart[20] 29
New Zealand RIANZ Albums Chart[16] 3
Poland Albums Chart[21] 32
Spanish Albums Chart 55
Swedish Albums Chart 49
Swiss Albums Chart[16] 8
UK Albums Chart[16] 2
U.S. Billboard 200[16] 14 Gold

Year-end charts

Chart (2008) Rank
German Albums Chart [22] 29

References

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