Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Emotion' Track List is Here: Read Every 80's-Centric Song Title
Carly Rae Jepsen's follow-up to 2012's magnificent Kiss album is fast approaching, with Emotion now receiving an official track list following the release of lead single "I Really Like You" and album track "All That." Jepsen posted the 17-song (!) track list on Twitter on Tuesday night (June 2).
No vocal collaborations are listed, but Jepsen's Emotion track list includes titles that appear to be ripped from a lost John Hughes soundtrack, like "Run Away With Me," "Boy Problems," "Let's Get Lost" and "I Didn't Just Come Here To Dance." Also, will "L.A. Hallucinations" find the "Call Me Maybe" songstress documenting a drug trip in a temperate climate? We'll have to wait a few weeks to find out.
That "few weeks" may be a few months, actually, as Emotion has yet to receive a U.S. release date other than "summer." "I Really Like You" has peaked at No. 39 on the Hot 100 chart, and Jepsen performed "All That" alongside Dev Hynes and Ariel Rechtshaid on Saturday Night Live earlier this year.
Check out the full Emotion track list:
1. Run Away With Me
3. I Really Like You
4. Gimmie Love
5. All That
6. Boy Problems
7. Making The Most of the Night
8. Your Type
9. Let's Get Lost
10. L.A. Hallucinations
11. Warm Blood
12. When I Needed You
13. Black Heart
14. I Didn't Just Come Here To Dance
15. Favourite Colour
16. Never Get To Hold You
17. Love Again