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Big Time Rush Elevate Album

Last updated: 01/02/2014 06:11:13 AM

Release Date: 11/21/2011
Tracks in Elevate: Music Sounds Better With You, Show Me, All Over Again, No Idea, Cover Girl, Love Me Love Me, If I Ruled The World, Invisible, Time Of Our Life, Superstar, You're Not Alone, Elevate, Blow Your Speakers, Paralyzed, Epic

Elevate Album Tracklist

Released : November 21, 2011
Label : Nick, Columbia
Length : 40:46
Producer : Ryan Tedder, Lucas Secon, J.R Rotem, OFM, Big Time Rush, Chris Rojas (RMI), S*A*M and Sluggo, Cutfather, Damon Sharpe, Toby Gad, Infinity, Johnny Powers Severin
Genre : Dance-pop, electropop, teen pop, pop rock
Recorded : 2010-2011

Elevate is the second studio album by American boyband Big Time Rush. It was released on November 21, 2011 by Columbia Records in association with Nickelodeon. The band worked with accomplished songwriters and producers for the album. These include those that assisted with the material from their debut album, such as Emanuel Kiriakou, Lindy Robbins, Nicholas RAS Furlong, Damon Sharpe, Eric Sanicola and Lucas Secon, along with other notable songwriters and producers, such as JR Rotem, Christopher Stewart, The-Dream, Jay Sean, and Ryan Tedder. The production process of the album took place between nine months to a year, most of which was during their touring process.

The album acts as the soundtrack to the Nickelodeon television series, Big Time Rush, which features songs that appeared in the series’ second season and the upcoming television movie, Big Time Movie. Following the success of their first release, the band was inspired to be more involved in the writing process for this album, writing together or separately a total of eight songs. Elevate is mainly a pop and dance album, which incorporates elements of several musical genres such as electropop, urban pop, synthpop and rock. The first single from Elevate, "Music Sounds Better with U", was released on November 1, 2011. The single was a Top 25 hit on the US Billboard Pop Songs chart. From Wikipedia