All Cried Out (Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam song)
|"All Cried Out"|
|Single by Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam|
|from the album Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam with Full Force|
|Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam singles chronology|
"All Cried Out" is a song recorded by Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam that appeared on their 1985 album Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam with Full Force. The song hit number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in October 1986. The song was a major hit on the R&B singles chart, peaking at number three. On the Adult Contemporary chart, it reached number twelve.
The actual artist credit on the record label of the 7-inch vinyl release was listed as Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam with Full Force featuring Paul Anthony & Bow Legged Lou.
|"All Cried Out"|
|Single by Allure featuring 112|
|from the album Allure|
|Released||August 12, 1997|
|Format||Vinyl, Cassette, CD|
|Producer||Cory Rooney, Walter Afanasieff, Mariah Carey|
"All Cried Out" was the second single released from Allure's self-titled debut album. It was a cover of Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam's 1986 hit and featured 112. The song was produced by Cory Rooney, Walter Afanasieff and Mariah Carey for Carey's short-lived Crave Records.
Released as the follow-up to their successful first single "Head Over Heels" (#35 in the U.S.), "All Cried Out" became the groups biggest hit and outperformed the original on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 4 during the week of November 22, 1997. Less than three months after its release, the single was certified gold for sales of 500,000 copies and it ultimately spent two years on the Billboard Year-End charts, reaching No. 43 on the 1997 chart and No. 84 on the 1998 chart.
Single track listing
- "All Cried Out" (Radio Edit)- 3:38
- "All Cried Out" (Radio Mix)- 4:44
- "All Cried Out" (Dub Mix)- 7:49
- "All Cried Out" (Main Club Pass)- 10:50
Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam version
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||8|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Black Singles||3|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks||12|
|Billboard Hot 100||4|
|Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks||9|
|Chart (1998) ||Peak