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7even Year Itch: Collective Soul's Greatest Hits 1994-2001 album for sale by Collective Soul was released Sep 18, 2001 on the Atlantic (Label) label. Led by the raspy-voiced Ed Roland, Collective Soul avoided falling into the morass of sameness plaguing many of their faceless post-grunge brethren and instead quietly established themselves as one of the more intellectually stimulating bands of the '90s. For its 7EVEN YEAR ITCH compilation, this Georgia quartet consistently displays a deceptively simple approach that avoids bandwagon-jumping and instead focuses on hook-laden, guitar-driven manna with the occasional philosophical observation (not surprising as the band's name is an Ayn Rand reference). 7even Year Itch: Collective Soul's Greatest Hits 1994-2001 CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs. ...See Full Description
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||If "Where The River Flows" was here it would get 5 stars|
Why in the world can you call this Collective Soul's greatest hits 1994 -2001 and leave out "Where the River FLows" That's the main song that our local rock station TK101 in Pensacola ever plays from the band.
By surferjoshua (Summerdale, AL)
This is definitely one of the best greatest hits compilations made. Definitely worth the buy.
By mel (Houston, TX, USA)
Collective Soul is one of my most fav '90s groups. All the songs on this collection are outstanding
By Muzik'sInMe (Texas,USA)
||Collective Soul Rocks!|
I've been a huge CS fan since '94... and this "greatest hits" package is simply awesome. Most GH packages have a few "clunkers" thrown in to "fill up" the CD.
By misaege (Corva, Italy)
I love collective souls songs but dude where's where the river flows? That was a hit wasn't it? I thought it was atleast.
By Amanda (N.C.USA)
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"Hole In The World" was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.
The Eagles' founders Don Henley and Glenn Frey were forthright in their desire to bring then-emerging country rock to new heights of commercial success. Formed in Los Angeles in 1971, they learned from their observations of the scene around them, and subsequently took their music to the top of the charts. They stayed there throughout the '70s, becoming synonymous with the sound of Southern California rock.
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A 2-CD retrospective from the multiplatinum superstars whose 1976 "Greatest Hits" is the #1 album of all time! Special Limited Edition bonus DVD included with a music video, outtakes from the video and backstage pass to Farewell 1.
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Recorded between 1972 & 2003.
The Eagles: Bernie Leadon (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, pedal steel guitar, banjo, mandolin); Don Felder (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, steel guitar, keyboards); Glen Frey, Joe Walsh (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, keyboards); Randy Meisner (vocals, guitar, guitarron, bass); Don Henley (vocals, drums, percussion); Timothy B. Schmit (vocals, bass).
Producers: Glyn Johns, Bill Szymczyk, Eagles, Elliot Scheiner, Rob Jacobs.
Compilation producer: The Eagles.
Eagles: Don Felder (vocals, guitars, slide guitar, steel guitar, keyboards); Bernie Leadon (vocals, guitars, slide guitar, pedal steel guitar, banjo, mandolin); Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh (vocals, guitars, slide guitar, keyboards); Randy Meisner (vocals, guitarron, bass guitar); Timothy B. Schmit (vocals, bass guitar); Don Henley (vocals, drums, percussion).
Additional personnel: Steuart Smith (electric guitar); Al Perkins (pedal steel guitar); David Sanborn (alto saxophone); Jim Ed Norman, Willie Hollis (piano); Jay Oliver (keyboards); Scott Crago (drums, percussion).
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Recorded between 1970 & 2002. Includes liner notes by Paul Gambaccini.
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Keith Moon, Kenney Jones (drums).
The Who: Roger Daltrey (vocals, harmonica); Pete Townsend (guitar, keyboards, background vocals); John Entwistle (bass, background vocals);
Producers include: Shel Talmy, The Who, Kit Lambert, Glyn Johns, Jon Astley.
Compilation producers: Andy McKaie, Bill Levenson.
Recording information: 1964-1982.
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7even Year Itch: Collective Soul's Greatest Hits 1994-2001 album for sale Unquestionably one of the biggest rock bands of the 1990s, Pearl Jam, in many ways, were the star students of the grunge class. Though they didn't have the defiant, punk attitude of Nirvana nor the we-love-Sabbath metal edge of Soundgarden, the quintet found a huge audience for their relatively straightforward rock, thanks, in large part, to frontman Eddie Vedder's intense persona and distinctive vocals. As the band grew to resent their success, their music became intentionally less accessible (and often more intriguing), and while their peers folded, Pearl Jam found themselves with a smaller, but still loyal, fanbase by the first years of the 21st century.
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Audio Remixer: Brendan O'Brien .
Photographers: Jeff Ament; Lance Mercer.
Pearl Jam: Eddie Vedder (vocals); Jeff Ament, Matt Cameron, Mike McCready, Stone Gossard.
Audio Mixers: Brendan O'Brien ; Brett Eliason; Tchad Blake; Nick DiDia; Tim Palmer.
|Youth CD (2004)
7even Year Itch: Collective Soul's Greatest Hits 1994-2001 CD music Billed as Collective Soul's first independent album since its debut, YOUTH arrived a full three years after the group's previous effort, the compilation 7EVEN YEAR ITCH. The hiatus (and greater creative control) seemed to put Ed Roland and company in a positive place, as the record is an undeniably poppy, feel-good effort. "Better Now" declares the band's newfound confidence explicitly in the lyrics, and the music drives the point home, with a rock & roll guitar riff right out of the AC/DC songbook. "How Do You Love" and "Under Heaven's Skies" are moody, mid-tempo acoustic-guitar-driven tunes reminiscent of THE JOSHUA TREE-era U2. "Counting the Days" is a grungy rocker (with just a bit of twang) in the vein of the group's breakthrough single, "Shine." A welcome return to form that clearly shows Roland has lost none of his talent for hook-filled, punchy pop-rock, YOUTH is proof-positive that time off can rejuvenate even experienced hit-makers.
Collective Soul: Ed Roland (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Dean Roland, Joel Kosche (guitar); Will Turpin (bass guitar, percussion); Shane Evans (drums, percussion).
Additional personnel: Dexter Green (guitar, piano, keyboards, programming); Chris Donohue (guitars, keyboards); Dave Angel , David Davidson (violin); Kris Wilkinson (viola); Sari Deleon Reist (cello); Jim Hoke (saxophone); John Lancaster (piano); Joey Huffman (organ); Anthony J. Resta (keyboards, programming); Ryan Hoyle (drums, percussion); Kenny Cresswell (percussion); Melissa Mathes, Michelle Rhea Caplinger, Teresa Schaefer, Vanessa Davidson (background vocals).
|From the Ground Up CD (2005)
7even Year Itch: Collective Soul's Greatest Hits 1994-2001 buy CD music Initial pressings of FROM THE GROUND UP will include a Collective Soul guitar pick.
Includes rare tracks and acoustic versions Collective Soul's hits.
Though Collective Soul was often lumped in with the legions of second-string grunge bands that followed in the wake of Nirvana and Pearl Jam's massive success, astute listeners always knew that the group was about crafty pop songwriting more than overblown angst. It seems natural, then, that leader Ed Roland's tunes work just as well in a stripped-down setting as they do accompanied by a wall of slickly produced guitars.
FROM THE GROUND UP was recorded on a whim in only two days, in an effort to capture the group and a batch of their (mostly) new songs in a fresh, unadulterated state. The sound quality and performances here are the equal of anything Collective Soul has done. "Compliment" starts with some sparkling, soulful acoustic-guitar strumming in the vein of Tom Petty's WILDFLOWERS, while "She Said" is driven by a loping guitar/bass unison riff and bluesy vocals that recall the Black Crowes. The disc's highlight, though, is a slowed-down, acoustic version of the group's chart-topping "December," which puts focus on the song's dark and brooding lyrics. FROM THE GROUND UP is an illuminating look into the basic elements of the Collective Soul sound.
Coll.Of Hits & Rarities Performed Acoustically.
Collective Soul: Dean Roland, Ed Roland, Will Turpin, Shane Evans, Joel Kosche.
Audio Mixer: Zack Odom.
Photographer: Lee Clower.
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