(Steve Anderson, Liza Greene, Steve Lee) – 3:45
2. "State of Mind"
(Jeff Taylor, Mark Taylor, Stevie Torch) – 3:20
3. "Everything I Hate"
(Chris Peters, Drew Peters, Valance) – 3:27
(Adam Phillips, Taylor, Taylor) – 3:37
(Adam Bremner, Greene, Anderson, Lee) – 3:10
(Peters, Peters) – 3:42
7. "Roll Over"
(Valance, Anderson, Lee) – 3:21
(Peters, Peters, Valance) – 4:03
9. "Over 'n' Out"
(Joanne Jeffries, Juliette Jaimes, Steve Welton-Jaimes) – 3:12
10. "Somebody Out There"
(Peters, Peters) – 3:58
(Nichols, Nowels, Steinberg, Valance) – 3:33
12. "Double Take"
(Peters, Peters) – 2:59
Japanese edition Bonus Tracks
13. "Just Like Me"
(Black, Crichton, Valance) – 3:33
14. "Please Please Me"
(Craig Hardy, Valance, Jaimes, Mick Lister) – 3:31
Loved this Album back in the day.
10 Years ago I remember Listening to this over the weekend then having it in my head all through the next week doing my Year 10 exams.
Holly went really 'electro' influenced for this album and It remains one of my all time favourites (similar to Dannii Minogue's Neon Nights
album released earlier in 2003) of that kindof genre.
I was a big fan of hers and it would've been great to see her continue with music after this (I think she did a soundtrack song and stuff here and there but never back to the full on releasing an album), but I think maybe the whole court case with her former manager plus the album not really doing that well (The title track the only single released) mightve put her off and she started focusing more on going back to acting.
I remember there being a radio comp to be an extra in her second single video, but it mustve been scrapped. I always thought Desire
would've been the perfect choice as a follow up single, and imagined a nighttime clip in the sand dunes with cars for some reason.
Anyway I think its an underrated pop album. Any of you guys fans?