Lindsay Lohan – A Little More Personal (Raw) – Vinyl Record
A Little More Personal (Raw) is the second studio album by American singer and actress Lindsay Lohan, released on December 5, 2005.
The album explores pop rock and pop punk sounds, showcasing a departure from Lohan’s earlier pop and dance-pop style.
“Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)”: The lead single from the album. The song is a personal and emotional reflection on Lohan’s relationship with her father. “I Live for the Day”: The second single, released to promote the album.
The title “A Little More Personal (Raw)” suggests a more intimate and personal approach to the music, reflecting the emotional nature of the songs. The album includes songs co-written by Lindsay Lohan, and the lyrics delve into personal experiences, relationships, and emotions. The themes are more introspective compared to her debut album. The album features a rock-oriented sound, with Lohan exploring a more mature and edgier musical style compared to her debut album.
The album cover features a close-up, black-and-white image of Lindsay Lohan, contributing to the “raw” and personal theme.
The album received mixed reviews from critics. While some praised Lohan’s attempt to move into a rock-influenced sound, others found fault with the execution and perceived lack of authenticity.
A Little More Personal (Raw) didn’t achieve the same level of commercial success as Lindsay Lohan’s debut album. However, it garnered attention for its departure from her previous musical style.
Lindsay Lohan’s focus shifted more toward her acting career after the release of this album. She took a break from music but has sporadically expressed interest in returning to it.
A Little More Personal (Raw) represents a notable shift in Lindsay Lohan’s musical style, showcasing a more rock-influenced and introspective sound. The album reflects a stage of personal and artistic exploration in her career.
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Confessions Of A Broken Heart (Daughter To Father)
I Live For The Day
I Want You To Want Me
A Little More Personal
If It’s Alright
If You Were Me
Edge Of Seventeen
Who Loves You
Beautiful Life (La Bella Vita)