To Whom It May Concern
is the debut album from American singer/songwriter Lisa Marie Presley
. It was released on April 8, 2003 in the United States
The album sold more than 140,000 copies during its first week out, and debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 album chart. In June 2003 the Recording Industry Association of America
certified the album gold, symbolizing U.S. shipment of 500,000 copies. The singles from the album are Lights Out and Sinking In. As of January 2007 the album was certified platinum. The video for "Lights Out" reached #15 on the CMT
Top Twenty Countdown.
Legendary LA Times critic Robert Hilburn reviewed Presley's debut album said, "The music on her new album, has a stark, uncompromising tone" and later said, "Presley's gutsy blues-edged voice has a distinctive flair."
Despite the use of strong expletives and some explicit content on a good majority of the album's songs, the album was released with no Parental Advisory
warning in the United States, only in a few countries.
written by Lisa Marie Presley
; </br> Except 'The Road Between'; lyrics written by Presley and Gus Black
</br>All music composition
authors listed below. </br>
- "S.O.B." (Glen Ballard, Clif Magness, Lisa Marie Presley) – 3:45
- "The Road Between" (Gus, Presley, Greg Wells) – 4:18
- "Lights Out" (Ballard, Magness, Presley) – 3:45