The Beginning

Album: Stanley Climbfall (2002)

Songfacts®:

  • Lead singer Jason Wade: "There are several different stylistic elements you'll probably see develop in Lifehouse over the next few years. There's that grunge-type stuff, but there's also a Led Zeppelin/Pink Floyd sound that comes out of the bridge of 'Spin,' for instance. [Drummer] Rick [Woolstenhulme] played a Jim Keltner kind of vibe on this one, and we overdubbed some stuff. It was a very creative process, especially because it involved all of us. It shows another direction we can continue to explore next time. I thought it was a good way to close the album." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Patti - Mahopac, NY

Comments: 1

  • Desirae from Harrison, OhThe song "You belong to me" is a awesome, and Jason Wade does a great job at singing it
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