| March 22, 2005|
| Los Angeles, California and Maryland in 2004|
Pop rock, alternative rock, post-grunge
John Alagía, Jude Cole (also exec.)
Lifehouse is the eponymous third album by pop rock band Lifehouse. It was released in 2005 on Geffen Records.
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. Lifehouse has sold 960,000 units in the US as of November 2009, and over three million worldwide to date. This album saw a shift in Lifehouse's sound as it featured less of the angst-ridden post-grunge sound of their first two albums, and a lighter, more radio-friendly adult pop-rock sound of later albums.
Lifehouse (album) Wikipedia
All songs produced by John Alagía, except "Today" and "Along the Way" by Jude Cole.
All tracks written by Jason Wade, except where noted.Jason Wade – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, lead vocals, string arrangements
Rick Woolstenhulme, Jr. – percussion, piano, drums
Bryce Soderberg – bass guitar, background vocals
John Alagía – bass guitar, piano, electric guitar, Hammond organ, ukulele, background vocals, vibraphone, Chamberlin
Oliver Kraus – cello, string arrangements
ProductionJohn Alagía – producer, mixing
Danny Clinch – photography
Jude Cole – executive producer
Pete Hanlon – assistant engineer
Ted Jensen – mastering
Jeff Juliano – engineer, mixing
Nathaniel Kunkel – string engineer