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Under My Skin

Album by Avril Lavigne
2002, 13 tracks, 43 mins 25 sec
      Take Me Away (Live 2004)
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      Take Me Away
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      Take Me Away (Covered by Devil May Care)
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      Take Me Away (Covered by Karen Yuriko Nagaishi)
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      Take Me Away (Covered by Gary B Lucas)
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      Together (Live from Budokan 2005)
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      Together (Live from rock am ring 2004)
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      Together (Live from Much Music 2004)
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      Together
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      Together (Covered by Karen Yuriko Nagaishi)
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      Together (Covered by Wearehistory)
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      Don't Tell Me
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      Don't Tell Me (Live from Roxy Theatre 2010)
      Live 1
      Don't Tell Me (Live from Budokan 2005)
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      Don't Tell Me (Live from Hit Machine 2004)
      Live 3
      Don't Tell Me (Live from Juno Awards 2004)
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      Don't Tell Me (Live from Rock AM Ring 2004)
      Live 5
      Don't Tell Me (Live from AOL 2004)
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      Don't Tell Me
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      Don't Tell Me (Remixed by Simpsonill)
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      Don't Tell Me (Remixed by Breno Barreto)
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      he wasn't
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      he wasn't (Live from The Tonight Show Jay Leno 2005)
      Live 1
      he wasn't (Live from Bonez Tour 2004)
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      he wasn't (Live from Summer Sonic 2004)
      Live 3
      he wasn't (Live from Ellen DeGeneres Show 2005)
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      he wasn't
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      he wasn't (Covered by Karen Yuriko Nagaishi)
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      he wasn't (Covered by Janni Eden)
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      How Does It Feel
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      How Does It Feel (Remixed by Naynt Symphonic)
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      How Does It Feel (Covered by Johnny Salib)
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      How Does It Feel (Covered by Nicol Cache)
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      My Happy Ending
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      My Happy Ending (Live from AOL Sessions 2011)
      Live 1
      My Happy Ending (Live from Music sessions 2016)
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      My Happy Ending (Live from Rock AM Ring 2004 2004)
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      My Happy Ending
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      My Happy Ending (Remixed by Robby Burke)
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      My Happy Ending (Remixed by TitoPoweR)
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      My Happy Ending (Covered by Sabrina Vaz)
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      My Happy Ending (Covered by Karen Yuriko Nagaishi)
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      My Happy Ending (Covered by Baek Yerin)
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      Nobody's Home
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      Nobody's Home (Live from South Korea 2004)
      Live 1
      Nobody's Home (Live from Saturday Night Takeaway 2004)
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      Nobody's Home (Live from Wetten Dass 2011)
      Live 3
      Nobody's Home (Live from AOL Sessions 2004)
      Live 4
      Nobody's Home (Live from Good Morning America 2004)
      Live 5
      Nobody's Home (Live from Music sessions 2007)
      Live 6
      Nobody's Home (Live from Jingle Ball Rock 2004)
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      Nobody's Home
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      Nobody's Home (Covered by INGO)
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      Forgotten (Live from Korea 2004)
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      Forgotten
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      Forgotten (Covered by Kristen T. Clark)
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      Who Knows
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      Who Knows (Covered by Paco Martí)
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      Who Knows (Covered by TheSecretSinger100)
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      Fall to Pieces (Live from Fall To Pieces Bonez Tour 2005)
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      Fall to Pieces (Live from MTV 2007)
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      Fall to Pieces
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      Fall to Pieces (Covered by Junos 365 Session)
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      Fall to Pieces (Covered by Malcress)
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      Fall to Pieces (Covered by Marc Kelsey)
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      Fall to Pieces (Covered by Lexie Hayden)
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      Fall to Pieces (Covered by zoesthebestdamnthing)
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      Freak Out (Live from Freak Out Bonez Tour 2005)
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      Freak Out (Live from Madrid, Spain 2004)
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      Freak Out
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      Freak Out (Covered by vjhhbkjm)
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      Slipped Away (Live from Korea 2004)
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      Slipped Away (Live from Budokan 2005)
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      Slipped Away
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      Slipped Away (Covered by Cristina Chii)
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      Slipped Away (Covered by Gary B Lucas)
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      Slipped Away (Covered by Robert Akimov)
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      Slipped Away (Covered by MomosMusic94)
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      I Always Get What I Want (Live from The Black Star Tour 2011)
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      I Always Get What I Want
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Narratives(3)

Jun 14, 2019

Rock Sweetheart Goes Dark And Metallic With Her Sound On Second Studio Album

My love for alternative rock music at a relatively young age got me intrigued by rock music sweetheart Avril Lavigne quite early. The Canadian singer had burst into fame with debut signature single “Complicated” which was one of the propellers behind the success of her debut album Let Go. I had always felt Avril’s music in my soul and it was pretty easy to fall in love with her sound. Her second studio album Under My Skin was released on the 19th of May 2004 by Arista and RCA records and it made an instant impact on a 15-year old me back in the day, it still does 15 years later. The album had everything Avril entails musically, the most important being heart. She teamed up with guitarist Evan Taubenfeld and Canadian singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk of the Evanescence band having split with Matrix, the team that wrote much of Let Go, and their effects were heavily felt on the album’s formulaic sound. At a time where music was often seen as a form of disconnect from most music artiste’s personas, Avril’s personality was and still is totally in tune with the music she comes out with. The album’s dark, heavy and aggressive vibe typified the phase in which the rockstar was in as it possessed a more metallic sound compared to her debut album, a sound Avril embraced to perfection. The album debuted at the Number 1 spot on the Canadian Albums Chart as well as the US Billboard 200 and has gone on to sell more than 10 million copies worldwide. The album signified how well the young rock artiste had grown since the release of her debut album as she acknowledged that herself talking about how involved she was involved in its production, saying; “I was involved in every aspect of making this record. I'm very hands-on. I knew how I wanted the drums, the guitar tones, and the structures to be. I understand the whole process so much better this time because I've been through it. I'm really picky with my sound”. She also affirmed how personal much of the messages on the album’s tracks was, stating; "I've gone through so much, so that's what I talk about… Like boys, like dating or relationships".. She gave it to another fella on “He Wasn’t” where she sang ''he never made me feel like I was special.'' She had talked about how this album was borne off experiences she’s had so we take it that was a shove off at an ex-boyfriend. Hence before Taylor Swift, there was Avril Lavigne. The song in which you can really feel the rock vibe on this album is "Forgotten". There are some very well placed violins towards the end of the track that gives it an extra kick and a little bit of a different feel compared to the other tracks on the album

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Album Info

"Under My Skin"

Released

  • Aug 28, 2002

Genres

  • Alternative/Indie Rock
  • Teen Pop

Label

  • Arista
  • RCA

Producer

  • Don Gilmore
  • Raine Maida
  • Butch Walker

About

Under My Skin is the second studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne. It was released on May 19, 2004, by Arista Records and RCA Records. Lavigne wrote most of the album with singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk, who invited her to a Malibu in-house recording studio shared by Kreviazuk and her husband Raine Maida, where Lavigne recorded many of the songs. The album was produced by Maida, Don Gilmore, and Butch Walker. It is Lavigne's final album to be released on Arista, as she departed the label after its release.
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