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|Studio album by|
|Released||April 5, 2005 (US)|
|Genre||Rock, pop rock|
|Length||51:03 (US version) |
55:17 (Japanese version)
|Producer||Eric Rosse, Lisa Marie Presley, Michael Lockwood|
|Lisa Marie Presley chronology|
|Singles from Now What|
Now What is the second studio album from American singer-songwriter Lisa Marie Presley. It was released on April 5, 2005, in the United States and Canada, and was the last album Presley released under Capitol Records. Two singles were released from the album, a cover of Don Henley's "Dirty Laundry" and "Idiot". Now What is Lisa Marie Presley's first album to be issued with a parental advisory warning (her debut album, To Whom It May Concern, did not include a Parental Advisory warning in all territories). Like most albums that contain such warnings, a clean version of the album was also made available. In the US, an exclusive version of the album sold at Walmart contained a card with a code to download an acoustic version of the song "Thanx".
All lyrics written by Lisa Marie Presley except: "Dirty Laundry", written by Don Henley and Danny Kortchmar; and "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow", written by Joey Ramone. All music composition authors listed below.
- "I'll Figure It Out" (Linda Perry, Presley) – 3:28
- "Turbulence" (Michael Lockwood, Presley) – 3:56
- "Thanx" (Perry, Presley) – 4:26
- "Shine" (featuring Pink) (Perry, Presley) – 4:10
- "Dirty Laundry" (Don Henley, Danny Kortchmar) – 4:28
- "When You Go" (Anthony Penaloza, Presley) – 4:11
- "Idiot" (Perry, Presley) – 4:09
- "High Enough" (Perry, Presley) – 4:36
- "Turn to Black" (featuring string arrangements by David Campbell) (Lockwood, Presley, Rosse) – 5:27
- "Raven" (Perry, Presley) – 5:03
- "Now What" (featuring string arrangements by David Campbell) (Perry, Presley) – 3:54
- "Yellow to Blue" (Japanese bonus track) (Perry, Presley) – 4:12
- "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow" (hidden track) (Jeffrey Hyman) – 2:57
Originally planned to be recorded for The Ramones tribute Album We're a Happy Family (2003); Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones plays lead guitar.
- "Thanx (Acoustic)"
Offered as a bonus download redeemable with a special code that only came with versions of the album sold at Wal-Mart.
- "Dirty Laundry"
|2005||"Now What"||The Billboard 200||No. 9|
|2005||"Dirty Laundry"||Adult Contemporary||No. 36|