Schizophrenic is the debut and only solo album from ex-'N Sync band member JC Chasez. The album was released on February 24, 2004. Three singles were released from the album:Blowin' Me Up (with Her Love), released on December 3, 2002, Some Girls (Dance With Women), which was his UK debut single, released on November 11, 2003, and All Day Long I Dream About Sex, his last-ever single, released on October 8, 2004.
After a year's absence of making music with 'N Sync, Chasez teamed up with friend and producer Dallas Austin to write the song "Blowin' Me Up (with Her Love)", for the Drumline movie soundtrack. Following the single's success, Chasez began writing a record; a record which he intended to be in a different style from that commonly associated with 'N Sync. The album includes a range of dance and electronic music, live strings and traditional rock and roll, with a 1980s vibe to it. The song "Come To Me" includes a sample of Corey Hart's 1983 hit "Sunglasses At Night". All fifteen songs on the album were co-written and produced by Chasez (minus "Shake It"). He worked with producers such as Dallas Austin, Rob Boldt, Basement Jaxx and Rip Rock.