Discography Lindsay Lohan

In addition to her film career, Lohan has also ventured into the world of pop music. In 2002, she signed a five-album production deal with Emilio Estefan, one of the most respected producers in the music industry. For the 2003 Freaky Friday soundtrack, she performed the theme song "Ultimate" (written by Jeff Coplan and Robert Ellis Orrall). The next year, she followed this up with the recording of four songs for the Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen soundtrack, including the theme to the film, "Drama Queen (That Girl)".

In 2004, Lohan signed a recording contract with Casablanca Records, a label headed by well-known 'diva-maker' Tommy Motolla. Her debut album, Speak, was issued on December 7, 2004, and reached #4 on the US Billboard 200, as well as the top ten of the Canadian album chart. By early 2005, it was certified platinum. The lead single off the album, "Rumors", was a strong digital seller, and eventually earned itself a gold certification. The video for the track was also popular, and, in addition to making it to #1 on MTV's TRL, was nominated for Best Pop Video at the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards. Despite these successes, the song never really lit up the charts, aside from going top ten in Australia. Follow-up singles "Over" and "First" (which was featured on the Herbie: Fully Loaded soundtrack) were similar cases in that they also received heavy airplay on TRL, but never really took off on any charts (though, "Over" became a top forty hit in the UK and Australia).

  1. First (lyrics)
  2. Nobody 'Til You (lyrics)
  3. Symptoms of You(lyrics)
  4. Speak (lyrics)
  5. Over (lyrics)
  6. Something I Never Had (lyrics)
  7. Anything But Me (lyrics)
  8. Disconnected
  9. To Know Your Name
  10. Very Last Moment in Time
  11. Rumors (lyrics)

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