Lavigne worked with longtime collaborators Deryck Whibley, Evan Taubenfeld, and Butch Walker, as well as songwriter/producer Max Martin. Lavigne continues to share her personal experiences through her writing and music, and Goodbye Lullaby is a further evolution of this, propelled by a more raw and organic sound.
Among its upbeat tracks are “What the Hell,” an unabashed embrace of fun and freedom, and “Stop Standing There,” fueled by an early-‘50s girl-group feel. The album runs the gamut of emotions: Lavigne expresses her gratitude for special people in her life in the rocker “Smile,” explores the dynamics of a relationship in “Push,” shows her vulnerable side in “Wish You Were Here,” and finds the strength to close one chapter of her life and move on to the next in the title track “Goodbye.” From the Label
Performance CreditsAvril Lavigne Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Piano
Josh Freese Drums
Max Martin Keyboards
Rodney Howard Drums
Evan Taubenfeld Vocals
Steve Shebby Bass Guitar
Technical CreditsDavid Campbell String Arrangements
Butch Walker Producer,Engineer,Instrumentation
Erwin Gorostiza Layout
Max Martin Composer,Producer,Engineer
Michael Ilbert Engineer
John Hanes Engineer
Deryck Whibley Producer,Engineer,Instrumentation
Avril Lavigne Composer,Producer,Art Direction
Evan Taubenfeld Composer,Engineer,Instrumentation
Maria P. Marulanda Layout
Dan Chase Programming
Jake Sinclair Engineer
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
It was filled with emotion and you can defiantly feel and relate to most of the songs. I actually found myself crying to some songs. I loved it so much. I just don't know how to describe what it makes me feel. It's just good.
When I heard that Avril Lavigne was coming out with a 4th album,I just had to get it because I'm a big fan of Avril Lavigne, I'm glad I bought this album, all the songs on here are great, Avril Lavigne has grown up and her songs are great on this album. Its a album worth getting. Avril Lavigne rocks!
It sure sounds like Avril had a good time doing this.