This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
Personnel includes: Hilary Duff (vocals).
Producers include: The Matrix, John Shanks, Chico Bennett, Jim Marr, Charlie Midnight.
Argentinian version contains the bonus tracks "Why Not" and "Girl Can Rock".
SANTA CLAUS LANE aside, this is the debut album by the ever-perky Hilary Duff, best known for her title role in the LIZZIE MCGUIRE movie and television series. It's appropriate that one of 2003's "it" girls kicks off her first proper collection of tunes with "So Yesterday," a song that celebrates an assertive present and a bright future. Taking cues from her slightly older peers Avril Lavigne and Michelle Branch, Duff leans towards catchy pop-rock anthems on tracks such as "Come Clean," "Workin' It Out," and "The Math." However, the blonde teen queen also tries on some mid-tempo electronica ("Little Voice") and slower, more introspective songs ("Where Did I Go Right?," "Love Is Just," and "Inner Strength"). Although the precocious 16-year-old is already a successful actress, it appears that Duff's talents extend to pop music, and she's likely to have a promising career both on and off the screen.
Rolling Stone (9/18/03, p.74) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...The best songs...come out gleaming."