Gwen Stefani – This Is What The Truth Feels Like

Album Details

  • Album TitleThis Is What The Truth Feels Like
  • Release Date: March 18, 2016
  • Recording Dates: Mid-2014 to early 2015; Mid-2015 to early 2016
  • Status: Gwen finished writing and recording in January 2016; it is scheduled for release
  • Official Lead Single: "Used To Love You" (Oct. 20, 2015)
  • Second Single"Make Me Like You" (Feb. 11, 2016)
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Tracklist & Other Known Songs

Full Tracklist: 

1. Misery
2. You’re My Favorite
3. Where Would I Be?
4. Make Me Like You
5. Truth
6. Used To Love You
7. Send Me A Picture
8. Red Flag
9. Asking For It
10. Naughty
11. Me Without You
12. Rare
13. Rocket Ship (Target & Japanese bonus track)
14. Getting Warmer (Target & Japanese bonus track)
15. Obsessed (Target & Japanese bonus track)
16. Splash (Target & Japanese bonus track)
17. Loveable (International & Japanese bonus track)
18. War Paint (Japanese bonus track)

 

Additional Songs & Info:

SONG TITLE ARTIST INITIAL SOURCE SECOND SOURCE
Baby Don't Lie Gwen Stefani Rumored first single, September 2014; Released as first single, October 20, 2014 Does not appear on This Is What The Truth Feels Like
Carousel Gwen Stefani Mentioned in interview with JoJo Wright, 10/20/14 ("Carousel" is a leftover song that Pharrell and Gwen had written for her first solo album, 2004's Love. Angel. Music. Baby.)  
Confection Gwen Stefani & Shakira Registered on BMI in late 2014; Unclear if it's a duet, or if both Gwen and Shakira recorded separate versions of the song.  
Hard 2 Love Gwen Stefani Registered on BMI in late 2014; lists Charli XCX and Benny Blanco as co-writers  
Heart Shape Gwen Stefani Title revealed in interview with Carson Daly, 10/20/14  
Hell Yeah Baby Gwen Stefani Registered on BMI in late 2014; lists Gwen, Charli XCX, and Benny Blanco as writers  
Kings Never Die Eminem featuring Gwen Stefani Released as second single from Southpaw movie soundtrack, 7/9/15  
Lifting You Gwen Stefani Mentioned in interview with Fashion Magazine, February 2015; has reggae sound  
Make Me Like You Gwen Stefani Mentioned in interview, 11/2/15. Mentioned in interview, 11/2/15. Written with "the Breakfast Club" (Justin Tranter, JR Rotem, and Raja Kumari) Released as second single, February 11, 2016.  
Medicine Man Gwen Stefani Mentioned in interview, 11/2/15. Written with Linda Perry.  
Misery Gwen Stefani Mentioned in interview, 11/2/15. Mentioned in interview, 11/2/15. Written with "the Breakfast Club" (Justin Tranter, JR Rotem, and Raja Kumari)  
My Heart Is Open Maroon 5 featuring Gwen Stefani Included on Maroon 5's 2014 album, V. Could reappear on Gwen's on album.  
Naughty Gwen Stefani Mentioned in interview, 11/2/15. Mentioned in interview, 11/2/15. Written with "the Breakfast Club" (Justin Tranter, JR Rotem, and Raja Kumari)  
Overdose Gwen Stefani featuring Miguel Registered on BMI in late 2014  
Red Flags Gwen Stefani Mentioned in interview, 11/2/15. Written with "the Breakfast Club" (Justin Tranter, JR Rotem, and Raja Kumari)  
Run Away Snoop Dogg featuring Gwen Stefani Song released on Snoop Dogg's album, Bush, May 2015  
Shine No Doubt / Gwen Stefani featuring Pharrell Title revealed in interview with Ryan Seacrest, 10/20/14  Featured in new movie, Paddington, out in January 2015. Hear full song now.
Spark The Fire Gwen Stefani Title revealed in interview with Ryan Seacrest, 10/20/14. Played clip of song during interview with Carson Daly, 10/20/14 Second single, released 12/1/14. / Does not appear on This Is What The Truth Feels Like
Start A War Gwen Stefani Mentioned in an interview with Spin; co-written with Sia Gwen performed "Start A War" live in Los Angeles, 2/7/15; It was thought to be the planned third single / Does not appear on This Is What The Truth Feels Like
Used To Love You Gwen Stefani Debuted in live performance, October 17, 2015. Announced to be new single. Released as new lead single, October 19, 2015
Together Calvin Harris featuring Gwen Stefani Included on Calvin Harris' 2014 album, Motion  
War Paint Gwen Stefani Mentioned in interview with Glamour, 11/2/15  
Woah Gwen Stefani Title revealed in interview with Carson Daly, 10/20/14  
You Don't Know Me Gwen Stefani Mentioned in interview, 11/2/15. Written to piano with Rick Nowels.  
Ziplock Gwen Stefani Registered on BMI in late 2014  
     

 

2 thoughts on “Gwen Stefani – This Is What The Truth Feels Like

  • March 28, 2015 at 12:11 pm
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    What about “Information” “You’re the Boss” and “Boom”?

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    • March 28, 2015 at 3:18 pm
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      “Boom” and “Information” are included on our Unreleased Songs list: http://hiddenjamsmusic.com/no-doubt-gwen-stefani-unreleased-songs/

      They have been registered for a few years, so it’s unclear if they’ll be on Gwen’s new album. Hopefully we’ll get to hear them though! 🙂

      “You’re The Boss” was released in 1998 by the Brian Setzer Orchestra featuring Gwen on vocals.

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