Faith Hill's long-awaited new Warner Bros. album, "Cry," will arrive Oct. 15. As previously reported, the title cut was released to U.S. radio outlets last month and has quickly climbed the Billboard
Faith Hill's long-awaited new Warner Bros. album, "Cry," will arrive Oct. 15. As previously reported, the title cut was released to U.S. radio outlets last month and has quickly climbed the Billboard Hot 100, where it is No. 41 this week. "Cry" is also No. 12 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and No. 21 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary survey.
Plans are being formulated for a world tour in 2003. Beforehand, a host of promotional appearances are in the works, including an Oct. 12 performance on "Saturday Night Live" and yet-to-be-scheduled slots on "The Today Show," "The Late Show With David Letterman," and "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno." In addition, a Hill special will be broadcast in November on NBC, with different versions set to air from December through February on CMT and VH1.
"This record has been a long and rewarding process, which began quite a while ago," Hill said last month. "The emotions that were involved in this process, whether happiness, accomplishment, or the sheer beauty of some of these songs, I thought, lent itself so well to the title."
"Cry" will be enhanced with a "Making of the Video" featurette for the title cut and other exclusive content. Fans can also purchase the album in the high-end DVD-Audio format, bundled with footage from the "Cry" sessions and a photo shoot.
Here is the tracklist for "Cry":
"Back To You"
"Baby You Belong"
"When the Lights Go Down"
"You're Still Here"
"If You're Gonna Fly Away"
"If This Is the End"
"This Is Me"
"I Think I Will"