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4. The only songs released from that album were "Precious Declaration", "Forgiveness", "Maybe" and "Listen".
Next Homecoming. "Next Homecoming" was never released as a single by the band.
|On the song "Perfect Day", from the album "Blender", who was featured on the song singing backup vocals and playing the piano?||Collective Soul Quiz
Elton John. Elton John did a great job on the song, and it is one of my favorite songs on the album. He also helped write the song.
Dolly Parton. Dolly did a good job, but the band's version was way better. Sorry Dolly.
6. They have released 6: "Hints Allegations & Things Left Unsaid", "Collective Soul", "Disciplined Breakdown", "Dosage", "Blender", and "7even Year Itch". There is rumors that a new Collective Soul album to be released sometime in 2003, but that was laid to rest when the band made publicly the release date wouldn't be until the summer of 2004.
Georgia . The band was formed in Stockbridge, Ga after the lead singer, Ed Roland, wanted to form his own band after he left out of school.
7even Year Itch. "7even Year Itch" was used to commemorate their seven years together as a band.
2001. Collective Soul's "Greatest Hits" album came out in 2001.
Shine. "Shine" was the first song off the "Hints, Allegations, & Things Left Unsaid" album. It also became the bands first #1 hit.
Ed . Ed Roland, along with his brother Dean, Ross Childress, Will Turpin, and Shane Evans make up the group Collective Soul.
Hints, Allegations, & Things Left Unsaid. "Hints, Allegations, & Things Left Unsaid" was the band's first album. It came out in 1994.
Dosage. The infamous "hidden" track on the album "Dosage", "She Said" was released but didn't hit #1. If your wondering what track it is, you have to wait about a minute or so after Track #11, which is "Crown".
7even Year Itch. The second new song on "7even Year Itch", it is track #4.
Blender. A cover of a song by the band Morphine, "You Speak My Language" became their first cover tune and track #7 on the album "Blender".
Hints, Allegations, And Things Left Unsaid. "Sister Don't Cry" showed Ed Rolands' softer side to a point, but it was never put on radio and was track #4.
Disciplined Breakdown. "Crowded Head", one of the most liked songs, was never released and was mired back to track #11 on the bands' third album.
Dosage. This widely huge hit, "Heavy" became the bands' 8th #1 in 1998. The 14-week running hit is track #2 on the album.
Collective Soul. The infamous song "Untitled" is on the self-titled album. This nameless track is #2 in the track listing.
Dosage. The song "Needs", was one of those songs that were released but didn't catch on and happens to be track #4 on the album.
7even Year Itch. Although it is originally found on the album "Hints, Allegations, And Things Left Unsaid", it was also on the bands greatest hits album on account of it being their first #1 hit in 1994. It's track #1 on "HAATLU" and track #3 on the greatest hits album.
Collective Soul. The bands' 4th #1 song belonged to "Where The River Flows" in 1996. It is track #6 on the bands' self-titled album.
Blender. "After All" is track #9 on that 2000 release. Although it was not released on radio, it was featured on the movie "Crazy/Beautiful".
7even Year Itch. "Next Homecoming" was one of two new songs on the bands greatest hits album. It is track #10 on the album.
Hints, Allegations, And Things Left Unsaid. Never released on radio, "Goodnight, Good Guy" was track #2 on their debut album.
Disciplined Breakdown. "Precious Declaration" became the band's 6th #1 song in 1997, so it only was fitting that it was track #1 on the album.
|In September 2009, Collective Soul got confirmation of their success when their home state inducted them into their Music Hall of Fame. What state gave the band that honor?||Collective Soul Peak Performances
Georgia. The Georgia Music Hall of Fame inducted its first members - Ray Charles, Bill Lowery, and Lena Horne - in 1979. Thirty years later, in the largest induction class ever for a single year up to that point, Collective Soul entered having released eight studio albums. They were inducted alongside Johnny L. Carson, Peter Conlon, Bryan-Michael Cox, Roy Hamilton, Berry Oakley, Shakir Stewart, and Third Day.
|Songs aren't the only things on Collective Soul's resume that reached #1 on the charts. Their debut album hit #1 on the Top Heatseekers chart in 1993 before it peaked at #15 on the Billboard 200. What was the title of the album, from which three singles were released?||Collective Soul Peak Performances
Hints, Allegations, and Things Left Unsaid. "Hints, Allegations, and Things Left Unsaid" did so well, Aerosmith invited Collective Soul to open for them during their "Get a Grip" Tour. The first single, "Shine," was their breakout #1 hit, followed by "Breathe," which peaked at #12 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, and "Wasting Time." Atlantic Records signed on the band after the success of "Shine" and re-released the album under their name, but lead singer Ed Roland maintains that their second, self-titled album is their true "debut" album as it was so different from "Hints, Allegations, and Things Left Unsaid."
|A two-parter: 1. "In the air I'm tasting your perfection."
2. "Color me any color, speak to me in tongues and share."
This involved two songs that only made #2. The first was from the band's second album, and in April 1995 could not top Van Halen's "Can't Stop Lovin' You" for #1. The second was their most successful song in the decade of the 2000s, coming from their fifth album, "Blender," that lost out to 3 Doors Down's "Loser" in October 2000. What songs are these?||Collective Soul Peak Performances
"Gel" and "Why, Pt. 2". "Gel" was the first song released from the "Collective Soul" album, but did not have the ability to top Van Halen for the top spot. It proved to the music world that Collective Soul was not a one-hit wonder with "Shine," and instead they would be on the scene for years to come.
"Why, Pt. 2" has no part one, but that didn't stop it from reaching #2 on October 21, 2000, only to be beaten by "Loser," which had been #1 since September 9. When the song left the #2 spot on December 9, "Loser" was still there at the top, and would be until February 3, 2001, when Godsmack's "Awake" finally toppled the dynasty.
|"Complicate this world you wrapped for me."
One of the band's most successful songs came as the second song off of their fourth album, and stayed at #1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for 15 weeks, which tied the Stone Temple Pilots' song "Interstate Love Song" for the second-longest tenure at #1 at the time. What song was this, their last #1 hit of the 1990s?||Collective Soul Peak Performances
Heavy. "Run" was actually the first single released from Collective Soul's fourth album, "Dosage." It did very well early in the year, but only made #12 on the Adult Top 40. "Heavy," on the other hand, stayed at #1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for 15 weeks, only second to "Touch, Peel and Stand" by Days of the New at the time. Later in 1999, Creed's "Higher" would stay at the top for 17 weeks, and in 2000, "Loser" by 3 Doors Down began its run at #1 for a record 21 weeks.
|"Hey, you're now thirsty, walking in the desert all alone."
Following in the wake of the success of the opening track, the #2 song on Collective Soul's third album also hit #1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, hitting #72 on the Hot 100. Which song was the last #1 hit from this album? ||Collective Soul Peak Performances
Listen. "Listen" also made #17 on the Modern Rock Tracks in 1997. It was followed by the single "Blame," which made it as high as #11 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. However, "Blame" was not the third song on the album. It was actually fifth, while "Maybe" held the third spot but was never released as a single.
|"Hitched a ride to the peaceful side of town, then proceeded where thieves are no longer found."
Collective Soul's third album did not disappoint, earning a #1 hit with its opening track that also made #65 on the Billboard Hot 100. It hit its peak in May 1997, just before Hanson's "MmmBop" made #1 on the Hot 100. What song was this?||Collective Soul Peak Performances
Precious Declaration. At the end of 1997, Rate Your Music posted the top 1,000 songs of the year. "Precious Declaration" made #493, one spot below "MmmBop," despite the latter's commercial success. The album "Disciplined Breakdown" was released while the band was in an 18-month long lawsuit with their former manager Bill Richardson, and according to their biography, "could not receive any income, since the dispute was over how much of the income Richardson was entitled to... the band members literally moved back in with their parents." The album was essentially recorded in a small cabin, and still hit #16 on the Billboard 200, selling over a million copies.