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Let Go (Avril Lavigne album)

Let Go
Studio album by Avril Lavigne
Released June 4, 2002
Genre Pop, Pop-Rock, Teen Pop
Length 48:35
Label Arista Records
Producer Antonio "L.A." Reid, The Matrix, Clif Magness, Curt Frasca
Avril Lavigne chronology
"Let Go"
"Under My Skin"

Let Go is the debut album by Avril Lavigne. To date, it has sold over 16,000,000 copies world wide.

Track listingEdit

  1. "Losing Grip" - 3:54
  2. "Complicated" - 4:05
  3. "Sk8er Boi" - 3:24
  4. "I'm With You" - 3:43
  5. "Mobile" - 3:32
  6. "Unwanted" - 3:41
  7. "Tomorrow" - 3:49
  8. "Anything But Ordinary" - 4:11
  9. "Things I'll Never Say" - 3:44
  10. "My World" - 3:27
  11. "Nobody's Fool" - 3:57
  12. "Too Much to Ask" - 3:45
  13. "Naked" - 3:29


  • "Complicated" was the first single from the album and was released in late April 2002. It immediately grabbed people's attention and shot to the top of the charts all over the world. It became the most played song on pop radio in the US and spent eight weeks with that title. It was nominated for two Grammys, but lost both awards to Norah Jones.
  • "Sk8er Boi" was released as the second single from the album and immediately shot up on radio thanks to "Complicated"'s success. It, like "Complicated", was the most played song on US pop radio, but for only two weeks. It wasn't as successful as the "Complicated", but still made the top 10 in many countries, and in most other countries, reached the top 20.
  • "I'm With You" was the third single released in late 2002. Just like "Complicated" and "Sk8er Boi", "I'm With You" was the most played song on US pop radio for three weeks. It was less successful than "Complicated", but in most countries where "Sk8er Boi" failed to top, "I'm With You" did better. It made the top 10 in many countries world wide.
  • "Losing Grip" was the fourth single from the album released in April 2003. The single was considered a flop compared to the other three singles. "Losing Grip" barely managed to reach the top 20 of the most played songs on US pop radio. It barely made top 20 in most countries, and in the US, where all three previous went top 10, "Losing Grip" didn't even manage top 60.
  • "Mobile" was exclusively released to New Zealand, where it became a moderate hit, making the top 30 of the chart.

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