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Here's to the Mourning
Here's to the Mourning
Unwritten Law - Here's to the Mourning cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 1, 2005
Recorded2004 at Ocean Recording, Glenwood Place, and Royaltone in Burbank, The Blue Room in Laurel Canyon, Pulse in Hollywood, and Sound Wherehouse in Sherman Oaks
Genre
Length46:15
LabelLava
Producer
  • Josh Abraham
  • Sean Beavan
  • Linda Perry
Unwritten Law chronology
Music in High Places
(2003)
Here's to the Mourning
(2005)
The Hit List
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone2/5 stars[2]

Here's to the Mourning is the fifth studio album by American rock band Unwritten Law, released in 2005 by Lava Records. Much of the lyrics on the album were co-written by singer/songwriter Aimee Allen. She and singer Scott Russo soon began a romantic relationship and formed the side project Scott & Aimee.[3] Allen and Linda Perry contributed to the writing of the album's lead single "Save Me (Wake Up Call)," which reached #5 on US modern rock charts. Overall the album reached #51 on the Billboard 200, becoming the highest-ranking album of the band's career. The song "Celebration Song" was featured in the game MX vs. ATV Unleashed.

When the band began to record the album they were without a drummer (founding drummer Wade Youman had been expelled from the band in 2003, though he would return 10 years later). They were joined in the studio by Adrian Young of No Doubt and Tony Palermo of Pulley who filled in on drums for the recording. The band got along so well with Palermo that by the time of the album's release he had joined as their permanent drummer. Here's to the Mourning was also the band's last album with rhythm guitarist Rob Brewer, who was ejected from the group in March 2005, a month after the album's release.

Track listing

All lyrics written by Scott Russo and Aimee Allen.

No.TitleMusicDrummerLength
1."Intro"RussoTony Palermo0:50
2."Get Up"Russo, Steve MorrisPalermo4:11
3."Celebration Song"Russo, Rob BrewerAdrian Young3:41
4."Because of You"Russo, Phil Jamieson, Nicholas WrightYoung3:03
5."Lost Control"MorrisPalermo2:53
6."Save Me (Wake Up Call)"Russo, Linda Perry, AllenPalermo3:31
7."I Like the Way" (additional lyrics by Jamieson)RussoPalermo2:58
8."Slow Dance"Russo, Pat KimPalermo3:11
9."She Says"Russo, JamiesonPalermo3:59
10."Rejection's Cold"KimYoung4:01
11."F.I.G.H.T."RussoYoung2:48
12."Walrus"
"Machine" (hidden track)
Russo
Kim
Young11:09
Total length:46:15

Personnel

Band

Additional musicians

Production

  • Sean Beavan - producer, engineer, mixing
  • Josh Abraham - producer of "Celebration Song" and "Because of You" (with Beavan)
  • Linda Perry - producer of "Save Me (Wake Up Call)" (with Beavan)
  • Critter and Zach Barnhorst - engineers
  • Zach Barnhorst, Jay Groin, James Murray, and Alex Pavlides - assistant engineers
  • Brain Gardener - mastering
  • John Michael Gill - Cover Artist, Graphics

Chart positions

Singles - Billboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
2005 "Save Me (Wake Up Call)" Modern Rock Tracks 5
2005 "She Says" Modern Rock Tracks 32

References

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Rolling Stone review
  3. ^ Levitan, Corey (December 3, 2004). "Unwritten Law shakes off the past, moves forward in a classic direction". signonsandiego.com. Retrieved .

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