Lindsay Lohan: When Her Records Were Musical… Not Criminal

Lindsay Lohan was back in court today and the judge said that Lohan must stand trial on March 18 on charges that she lied to California police about a June car crash and violated probation. Once again, she has the possibility of going to jail. Same sh*t, different day.

Rather than focus on her criminal record, I thought I’d take a spin on that and focus on her records with respect to music. The troubled actress does have a great voice and did have potential with her music. Of course there were those catchy singles like “Bossy” and “Rumors,” but there were also some other really strong songs where she really had to sing and listening again now, I can remember why she was always pit against Hilary Duff – because they sound so similar! Also, there was rumored Aaron Carter love triangle between the three of them, but that’s another story.

Check out 10 of her best songs below. I’m sure there are a couple that I’ve missed, but I wanted to narrow it down to ten. I also included two bonus covers that she did which I felt like she did justice too. Listen below!

10. Lindsay Lohan – ‘Black Hole’

10. Lindsay Lohan – ‘Black Hole’

The song was part of her A Little More Personal album which was her second studio album and the track was produced by Kara DioGuardi and Greg Wells.

10. Lindsay Lohan – ‘Speak’

This was supposed to be the fourth single from the Speak album, but it was put to the side as Lohan was working on her second album. It was produced by Kara DioGuardi and John Shanks.

9. Lindsay Lohan – ‘My Innocence’

This is a song written about Lohan’s father, Michael Lohan and you can really tell there was a lot going on in that household that messed her up when you listen to the lyrics.

8. Lindsay Lohan – ‘Disconnected’

The rock song was from her debut album, Speak in 2004 and was produced by Kara DioGuardi among others.

7. Lindsay Lohan – ‘Over’

The song was also from her debut album, Speak in 2004 and was the second single from the album. The song topped the Bubbling Under Hot 100 where it stayed for three weeks. It was produced by Kara DioGuardi and John Shanks.

6. Lindsay Lohan – ‘Drama Queen (That Girl)’

The song was released in 2004 as the promotional single for the movie, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen which Lohan starred in.

5. Lindsay Lohan – ‘Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop’

I’m not sure that this was part of any album and if I recall correctly, the song leaked in 2010 but nothing ever came of it after that.

4. Lindsay Lohan – ‘Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)’

Another song written about her father, the music video for the song references her father Michael’s drunkenness and alleged domestic abuse.

3. Lindsay Lohan – ‘First’

This was the third and final single from the album and was used to promote her film, Herbie: Fully Loaded.

2. Lindsay Lohan – ‘Bossy’

This song came out in 2008 and was written by Ne-Yo and made it to number one on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play.

1. Lindsay Lohan – ‘Rumors’

This was her debut single and the lead single off of her Speak album in 2004. The music video was nominated for “Best Pop Video” at the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards.

Lindsay Lohan Covers

Lindsay Lohan – ‘Edge Of Seventeen'(Stevie Nicks Cover)

The song was also featured on Lindsay’s A Little More Personal album. Love the original version and this version.

Lindsay Lohan – ‘I Want You To Want Me’ (Cheap Tricks Cover)

The song was also featured on Lindsay’s A Little More Personal album and it’s pretty good, don’t you think?

  • rogelio

    lilo’s switch from red hair to blonde marked the beggining of her doom… in ‘over’ she was still this absolutely gorgeous hot girl, it was downhill from there to her… sad story

  • Rodknee

    God, “Over” was my jam back in the day lol used to be such a huge Lindsay fan, but it’s hard to root for her now.