| Mark Ronson, Alex Greenwald, Homer Steinweiss|
Are You Thinking What I'm Thinking?
Release Me is the second album by The Like, released in 2010 by Geffen Records under license to Downtown Records in the United States and international markets including the United Kingdom. It features the singles "Release Me" and "He's Not a Boy". The song "Don't Make a Sound" is featured in the closing credits of the 2010 film The Next Three Days. Release Me has a 60s girl group inspired sound, described by one critic as "the Shangri-las as if they were backed (by) The Kinks".
"Don't Make A Sound" is followed by a hidden track, "Why When Love is Gone", a song originally written by Ivory Joe Hunter.Elizabeth "Z" Berg - guitar, vocals
Tennessee Thomas - drums, background vocals
Alex Greenwald - bass, additional production
Victor Axelrod - organ
Mark Ronson - production
Thomas Brenneck - mastering
Shawn Everett - Engineering, mixing
Note: Laena Geronimo and Annie Monroe are credited as bass and organ players respectively, but do not appear on the album.
1Wishing He Was Dead2:53Release Me (The Like album) Wikipedia
2He's Not a Boy2:35