All I Ever Wanted (album)

All I Ever Wanted (album)
All I Ever Wanted
Studio album by Kelly Clarkson
Released March 6, 2009
Recorded 2008
Genre Pop rock[1]
Length 50:28 (Standard edition)
58:54 (Deluxe edition)
Label RCA, 19
Producer Kelly Clarkson, Ryan Tedder, Howard Benson, Max Martin, Dr. Luke, Dre & Vidal, Sam Watters, Louis Biancaniello
Kelly Clarkson chronology
My December
All I Ever Wanted
Alternate cover
Deluxe Edition cover
Singles from All I Ever Wanted
  1. "My Life Would Suck Without You"
    Released: January 13, 2009
  2. "I Do Not Hook Up"
    Released: April 14, 2009
  3. "Already Gone"
    Released: August 11, 2009
  4. "All I Ever Wanted"
    Released: March 9, 2010

All I Ever Wanted is the fourth studio album by American pop rock singer-songwriter Kelly Clarkson, released on March 6, 2009 in Australia and Germany and the United States on March 10. It was her second album to debut at #1 on the Billboard 200. All I Ever Wanted has been certified Platinum in Australia and Canada and Gold in United Kingdom and Ireland. The original title of the album was to be Masquerade but Clarkson changed it because she felt that there were albums with similar themes on the charts at the time, such as Pink's Funhouse and Britney Spears' Circus.[2] All I Ever Wanted has sold 908,000 copies in the United States.[3] The album was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album at the 52nd Grammy Awards.[4]




Clarkson worked with producer, songwriter, and OneRepublic front man, Ryan Tedder. Tedder told Digital Spy that the album's songs feature "big choruses" and "heavy drum programming", and he mentioned that the songs are influenced by the band Garbage, while one song, "Save You", features an experimental bridge that was inspired by Mozart.[5] Kelly has also stated in an interview with PopEater that one song co-written with Tedder, "If I Can't Have You" is "like Eurythmics meets The Killers" and described the track "Cry" as "a waltz" saying it was heavily influenced by country music and calling it the most personal song on the album, adding that it's about betrayal.[6] "I Do Not Hook Up" and "Long Shot" were originally recorded by Katy Perry for her unreleased album, (A) Katy Perry; and "Whyyawannabringmedown" and "All I Ever Wanted" were written by Sam Watters (formerly of the band Color Me Badd), Louis Biancaniello, and the band Aranda, in which they recorded the original demos, for their debut album. Watters and Biancaniello also produced "I Want You" and the bonus track "The Day We Fell Apart". "Save You" is a demo from the now-disbanded Boston group Gone 'Til November, fronted by singer-songwriter Aimée Proal, who co-wrote the song with Ryan Tedder. "If No One Will Listen"[7] is a cover from Keri Noble's 2004 album Fearless.[8]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[9]
BBC (favorable) [10]
Billboard (favorable)[11]
Blender 4/5 stars[12]
The Boston Globe (favorable)[13]
Entertainment Weekly (B+)[14]
Los Angeles Times 3.5/4 stars[15]
The New York Times (favorable)[16]
The Observer (favorable)[17]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[18]
Slant Magazine 3/5 stars[19]

Initial critical response to All I Ever Wanted was generally positive. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album has received a score of 70, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[20]

  • Los Angeles Times said that "All I Ever Wanted is a masterful rapprochement with the mainstream, full of cheerfully ear-snagging tunes, inventive production, exhilarating vocals and enough inherent Kelly-ness to put aside fears that her label bosses implanted blond electrodes in her brain to make her behave".
  • Entertainment Weekly said that "She just tries it all, co-writing six of All I Ever Wanted's 14 tracks-- and stumbles only rarely".
  • The New York Times said that "The most immediate parts of All I Ever Wanted read a bit like Kelly Clarkson karaoke: back are the Swedish writers and producers and their laser-guided arrangements, with dynamics that are particularly well suited to her voice, broad, nimble and gale-force strong".
  • The Washington Post stated: "This is one of those rare pop albums that should resonate with the mainstream while also generating critical heat".
  • Allmusic Guide said that "This is a rare talent and while it's not perfect, largely due to those dreary Tedder tunes, much of All I Ever Wanted does justice to Clarkson's considerable skills".
  • Hartford Courant said that "The good songs are great, but the empty bluster on some of the others overshadows the spunky personality that made Clarkson a draw in the first place".
  • Rolling Stone said that "Clarkson's sense of grievance, inflated to gargantuan size by her huge voice, can be wearying over 14 songs, particularly when the music sags".
  • Slant Magazine stated: "Taken in isolation and out of the context of the album as a whole—say, on the radio—nearly all of these songs work well enough, despite the production choices that don't always play to Clarkson's strengths and which draw too much attention to themselves".
  • Billboard said that "Clarkson's always had the best throaty yell in the business. But now she's becoming a masterful interpreter too".
  • The Boston Globe said that " On her fourth album, All I Ever Wanted, Clarkson the songwriter – she co-wrote six of 14 here – is learning to strike the age-old pop music balance that her hired hands perfected in the past. She's expressing emotional truth while crafting something that sounds good on the radio".

Commercial response

All I Ever Wanted debuted on the Billboard 200 at #1 with sales of 255,000 copies. This marks the second time Clarkson topped this particular chart after her debut set Thankful, which began with 297,000 in 2003.[21] In its second week on the Billboard 200, the album sold 90,000 copies, remaining at #1.[22][23] In its third week, the album fell to number five, selling 52,000 copies. The album has sold 908,000 copies in the US.[3] Internationally, debuted at number one on the Australia Aria Charts, selling 10,000 copies. In the United Kingdom the album sold 40,000 copies and an additional 15,000 copies in Canada. It also debuted at number six on the New Zealand RIANZ album chart, becoming Clarkson's highest debut there to date.[24]



All I Ever Wanted Summer Fair Mini-Tour

Main article All I Ever Wanted Mini Tour
A 23 Date mini-tour to promote the All I Ever Wanted Album. All dates are at Fairs around the United States.

All I Ever Wanted Tour

Main article All I Ever Wanted tour
A 32 date tour for North America (US and Canada).[25]

All I Ever Wanted World Tour

Main article All I Ever Wanted World Tour
A world tour covering Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.


"My Life Would Suck Without You"

The album's first single, "My Life Would Suck Without You", was transmitted digitally to radio stations on January 13, 2009 at 6:00 pm EST for immediate airplay. On January 28, 2009, Billboard announced that the single went from #97 to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, making the biggest leap to the top in the chart's history.[26]

"I Do Not Hook Up"

"I Do Not Hook Up" is the second single of the album.[27] It was released to the United States radio on April 14, 2009.[28][29] The music video was directed by Bryan Barber and was shot in March 2009. It was released on April 20, 2009 on MTV.[30] It has peaked at #20 on the Billboard Hot 100, #12 on the Billboard Pop 100, #13 on the Billboard Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks, and #8 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40.

"Already Gone"

"Already Gone" is the third single. It was officially sent to U.S. radio on August 11, 2009.[31] The song debuted at #70 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Canadian Hot 100[32] early in 2009 following the release of the album, then re-entered the chart following its release as a single; it eventually peaked at number 13 in the US and 15 in Canada. 'Already Gone' also spent 8 consecutive weeks at #1 on Billboards Adult Pop Songs chart.[33] The single cover was released on July 8, 2009.[34] On the issue dated 13 July 2009, the song debuted at #70 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart.[35] It has peaked at number 12.[36] The music video was released on July 27, 2009.[37]

"All I Ever Wanted"

"All I Ever Wanted" is the fourth and final U.S. single. It was officially sent to U.S. radio on March 9, 2010 and debuted at #99 on the Billboard Hot 100. It has debuted at #37 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart.[38][39] The song debuted at #82 on the US Airplay Top 100 chart and has since reached #38.[40] The single was released to the US and Canadian iTunes store on March 15, 2010.[41][42] It also so far reached number 17 on the Adult Pop Songs chart and number 39 on the Pop Songs chart.[43]

  • "Cry" was released as a single in Australia. It was sent to Australian radio on March 15, 2010.[44] It became the second most-added song to radio in Australia the week sent to radio.[45]
Other songs
  • "Long Shot" began to be played on radio stations in Canada, and was chosen as the fourth single in South Africa. Despite not being released as a single it peaked at number 30 on Canada's Hot AC charts.[citation needed]
  • "Ready" was sent to radio in New Zealand along with "Don't Let Me Stop You".[citation needed]

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "My Life Would Suck Without You"   Luke Gottwald, Claude Kelly, Max Martin Dr. Luke, Martin 3:33
2. "I Do Not Hook Up"   Katy Perry, Kara DioGuardi, Greg
Howard Benson 3:22
3. "Cry"   Kelly Clarkson, Jason Halbert, Mark Townsend Benson 3:34
4. "Don't Let Me Stop You"   Andreas Romdhane, Josef Larossi, Kelly Benson 3:20
5. "All I Ever Wanted"   Sam Watters, Louis Biancaniello, Dameon Aranda Watters, Biancaniello 3:59
6. "Already Gone"   Clarkson, Ryan Tedder Tedder 4:41
7. "If I Can't Have You"   Clarkson, Tedder Tedder, Greg Ogan (add) 3:39
8. "Save You"   Tedder, Aimée Proal Tedder 4:03
9. "Whyyawannabringmedown"   Watters, Biancaniello, Aranda Watters, Biancaniello 2:42
10. "Long Shot"   Perry, Glen Ballard, Matt Thiessen Benson 3:36
11. "Impossible"   Clarkson, Tedder Tedder 3:23
12. "Ready"   Clarkson, Halbert, Aben Eubanks Benson 3:05
13. "I Want You"   Clarkson, Joakim Åhlund Watters, Biancaniello 3:31
14. "If No One Will Listen"   Keri Noble Clarkson 4:03

Enhanced CD

  • Access to Kelly Clarkson's Opendisc website.[47] The U.S. standard version (release 88697-32715-2) does not have this enhanced portion

Deluxe Edition DVD

# Title Length
1. Making of the Video 7:35
2. Making of the Album 6:46
3. My Life Would Suck Without You (Music Video) 3:33
4. Photo Gallery 3:00

Credits and personnel

  • Joakim Åhlund – Composer
  • Chris Asburn – Assistant
  • Damon Aranda – Composer, Musician, Vocals (Background)
  • Glenn Ballard – Composer
  • Derek Bason – Musician
  • Howard Benson – Musician, Producer, Programming
  • Narvel Blackstock – Manager
  • Louis Biancaniello – Composer, Musician, Programming, Recording
  • Michael Biancaniello – Musician
  • Kim Bullard – Programming
  • Thomas Bukovac – Musician
  • Paul Bushnell – Musician
  • Jared Newcomb (Chalice) – Assistant
  • Alexander Chiger – Composer
  • Kelly Clarkson – Composer, Producer, Vocals
  • Shanna Crooks – Composer
  • Vidal Davis – Composer
  • Paul Decarli – Digital Editing
  • Kara DioGuardi – Composer
  • Andrew Creighton Dodd – Composer
  • Craig Durrance- Recording
  • Aben Eubanks – Composer
  • Josh Freese – Musician
  • Eddie Fisher – Musician
  • Meghan Foley – Art Direction & Design
  • Jimmy Frysinger – Assistant
  • Tom Syrowski (Henson) – Assistant
  • Andre Harris – Composer
  • Graham Hope- Assistant
  • Pete Ganbarg – A&R
  • Chris Gehringer – Mastering
  • Serban Ghenea – Mixing
  • Erwin Gorostiza – Creative Director
  • Aniela Gottwald – Assistant
  • Lukasz Gottwald – Composer, Musician, Producer, Programming
  • Jason Halbert – Composer
  • John Hanes – Additional Pro Tools Engineer
  • Frances Hathaway – Make-Up
  • Sam Holland -Engineer
  • Hatsukazu "Hatch" Inagaki – Additional Engineer
  • John Jarvis – Musician
  • Alain Johannes – Musician
  • Claude Kelly – Composer, Vocal Production
  • Kool Kojak – Assistant
  • Joseff Larossi – Composer
  • Paul Leim – Musician
  • Karen Levitt – Styling
  • Campbell Macauley – Hair Stylist
  • Max Martin – Composer, Musician, Producer
  • Joe Martino – Assistant
  • Trisha McClanahan – Manager
  • Jamie Muhoberac – Musician
  • Keri Noble – Musician
  • Greg Ogan – Additional Production
  • Katy Perry – Composer
  • Daniel Piscina – Assistant
  • Mike Plotnikoff – Recorder
  • Aimée Proal – Composer
  • Brian Ray – Musician
  • Dave Rieley – Recording
  • Tim Roberts – Assistant
  • Andreas Romdhane – Composer
  • Mike Rooney – Assistant
  • Mike Ruiz – Photography
  • Gary Silver – Production Coordination
  • Ryan Tedder – Background Vocals, Composer, Musician, Recording
  • Matt Thiessen – Composer
  • Mark Lee Townsend – Composer
  • Sam Watters – Composer, Vocal Production
  • Adam Watts – Composer
  • Greg Wells – Composer
  • Glenn Worf – Musician
  • Emily Wright – Engineer, Vocal Editing
  • Jonathan Yudkin – Musician
  • Phil X – Musician
  • Harry Zelnick – Musician
  • Joe Zook – Recording

Charts, certifications and procession


Chart (2009/2010) Peak
Australian Albums Chart[48][49] 2
Austrian Albums Chart[49][50] 4
Belgium Albums Chart (Flanders)[49][51] 6
Belgium Albums Chart (Wallonia)[49][51] 45
Canadian Albums Chart[52][53] 2
Dutch Albums Chart[49] 6
Finnish Albums Chart[49][54] 32
German Albums Chart[55] 4
Greek Albums Chart[56] 19
Hungarian Albums Chart[57] 30
Irish Albums Chart[58] 4
Italian Albums Chart[59] 48
Mexican Albums Chart[49][55][60] 28
New Zealand Albums Chart[24][49] 6
Polish Albums Chart[61] 32
South African Albums Chart[62] 3
Spanish Albums Chart[49][55] 40
Swedish Albums Chart[49][55] 15
Swiss Albums Chart[49][50] 7
UK Albums Chart[63] 3
U.S. Billboard 200[22][23][53] 1


Region Certification
Australia (ARIA)[64] Platinum
Canada (Music Canada)[65] Platinum
GCC (IFPI Middle East)[66] Gold
Ireland (IRMA)[67] Gold
United Kingdom (BPI)[68] Gold

Year-end charts

Chart (2009) Position
Australian Albums Chart[69] 38

Chart procession and succession

Preceded by
No Line on the Horizon by U2
U.S. Billboard 200 number-one album
March 28, 2009 – April 4, 2009
Succeeded by
Now That's What I Call Music! 30

Release history

Region Date Label
Ireland March 6, 2009 (2009-03-06) Sony Music Entertainment
Hong Kong[72] March 9, 2009 (2009-03-09)
New Zealand
United Kingdom[74] RCA Records
United States March 10, 2009 (2009-03-10)
Canada Sony Music Entertainment
South Korea[75]
Brazil[78] March 11, 2009 (2009-03-11)
Italy[79][80] March 13, 2009 (2009-03-13)
Japan[46] March 25, 2009 (2009-03-25) Sony Music Japan
Japan (Deluxe Edition)[81] May 13, 2009 (2009-05-13)


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