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Monday, February 23, 2009

Collective Soul - Collective Soul (1995)

Released : March 14, 1995

The group’s self-titled second album arrived the following year, was certified RIAA triple platinum, and logged a 76-week run on the Billboard 200. Notable singles from Collective Soul included US Rock Chart #1 hits "December," "Where The River Flows," and "The World I Know", #2 hit "Gel", and a top-ten hit "Smashing Young Man". They would go on to gain heavy rotation on MTV and Much Music. This album topped the success of the previous. The band had also gained widespread radio play across all mainstream formats, reaching beyond the conventional rock radio.

Collective Soul was headlining their own club tour, their two albums had sold a combined 5 million copies, and yet, they were reportedly receiving a meager $150 a week to cover food expenses on the road. The band had allegedly received no royalties because their manager had claimed the publishing rights. ("December", off the self-titled album, was written when all of this began.) Following a nasty split with him, Collective Soul found their tour dates canceled and were called into the courtroom to face a legal battle that would last well into 1996.

During this time, funds were frozen, and Collective Soul could not tour or record in a "real" studio. For a period, they weren't sure that they even owned the rights to their own band's name. While the legal battles continued, the band went to a tiny cabin, in the middle of 40 acres (160,000 m2) of cow pasture in Stockbridge, and began recording. They recorded into a computer their impromptu rehearsals of the songs Ed wrote during this time. These songs would become known as Disciplined Breakdown, chronicling the bleak period and "directed at the emotions" they were feeling at the time. The legal case was eventually settled and both parties have been instructed not to discuss the outcome.


Track lists :

1. "Simple" – 3:45
2. "Untitled" – 4:01
3. "The World I Know" – 4:16
4. "Smashing Young Man" – 3:45
5. "December" – 4:45
6. "Where the River Flows" – 3:35
7. "Gel" – 3:00
8. "She Gathers Rain" – 4:31
9. "When the Water Falls" – 3:40
10. "Collection of Goods" – 4:14
11. "Bleed" – 4:03
12. "Reunion" – 2:35


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