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Collective Soul

When Seattle grunge went mainstream, it was only a matter of time before the ripple effect was felt in regions other than the Pacific Northwest. The Georgia-based quintet Collective Soul -- along with fellow inheritors of the now commercially lucrative post-grunge landscape like Live, Bush, and Candlebox -- developed the genre into a more succinct brand of angst, turning the sonic cacophony of bands like Mudhoney and the Melvins into radio-friendly hard rock.

Collective Soul (whose name borrowed from a line in Ayn Rand's book The Fountainhead) were formed in the small town of Stockbridge in the early '90s by principal songwriter Ed Roland (lead vocals/keyboards/guitars), guitarists Dean Roland and Ross Childress, and rhythm section Will Turpin (bass/percussion) and Shane Evans (drums/percussion). Originally released in 1993 on the Atlanta indie label Rising Storm, the debut effort Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid proved popular enough on the local level that it was picked up the following year by Atlantic. Within months of its major-label release, "Shine" became a modern rock and MTV staple, and Collective Soul found themselves laden with a platinum debut, an arena tour alongside Aerosmith, and a spot on the roster for Woodstock 1994.

The bandmates released an eponymous sophomore effort the following year, which spawned five Top Ten hits on the Hot Mainstream Rock charts. Two such singles, "December" and the symphonic "World I Know," also charted in the Top 40, demonstrating the band's crossover appeal and gathering multi-platinum sales for the album. Although Collective Soul's fan base began to wane upon the release of 1997's Disciplined Breakdown, the 1999 effort Dosage was a return to form, yielding the hit singles "Run" (another crossover hit) and "Heavy." Despite the band's best efforts, however, the post-grunge genre had begun to suffer under the weight of the emerging nu metal scene, and the band's heyday drew to a slow close.

Collective Soul returned in 2000 with Blender, an image-seeking misfire that saw the group attempting a clean-cut (no facial hair) image while mixing heavily produced AOR with elements of dance-pop, even performing a duet with Elton John. The album nevertheless went gold, and the following year, Collective Soul concluded their contractual obligation to Atlantic Records with the release of 7even Year Itch: Collective Soul's Greatest Hits 1994-2001. The musicians then returned to their roots in 2004, bringing on new guitar player Joel Kosche and releasing the stripped-down and dynamic album Youth on their own El Music Group imprint. An eight-song EP (From the Ground Up) arrived the following year. In early 2007, it was announced that the band had teamed up with Target, which became the "exclusive physical retailer" of the band's next album, Afterwords. One year after its release, the album was reissued at all retail outlets. Collective Soul's eponymous eighth album was released in 2009 on Roadrunner Records. ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi
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Track List: Hollywood (Radio Single)

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I love this band
I agree
notodde1
One of the most talented bands around!!!
give me a woman
Where the river flows ImI
December is cool
Shine is their best
This is one of the three big songs from this band
luckyheartz7 7
Still love even now <3<3<3
Shine live is good.
Heavy looks like a good cd and sounds like one too.
I love Shine
been loving Collective Soul since they put out their first CD...
Kids these days wouldnt know good music if it slaped them in the face the late 80s and 90s produced some of the best music to date.
luckyheartz7 7
<3 their sound even now.
They put on a great concert last night at the Hardrock in T town
❤️loving this song❤️
Say iPhone 5 times pick a color post this 5 times on 5 songs look under your pillow
bigntal
The are really good, all their songs are great!
Nice song
They're starting a summer tour TONIGHT!!!
Gosh I love these guys! Ive been listening to them since before I knew who they were :-)
Hints allegations and things left unsaid is their best album I have the cassette sounds better on tape more retro 8-)
blynn1269
f**king horrible music from the 90s
Just heard they're playing at the 2014 National Cherry Festival - Traverse City, MI
Watch Collective Soul sing Crown on Youtube with the Atlanta Youth Symphony.... g r e a t vocal performance by Ed Roland.
I have been a fan since the first song I heard and have most of their cds. Saw them in concert, they rock! What talent.
brochunick92
Collective Soul makes me want to be back in the 90's
Great band awesome sound
Killer song
bbraunlaw
I've been listening to everything rock-like on the radio since 1968. I can tell you all 1990s is special people something - you are right! I remember in 1995 soooooo many good songs being played. Best era for music since the explosion of the late 1960s.
I saw them in concert for the first time back in 2000. Roland had his hair dyed blonde. It's a shame Shane isn't the drummer anymore.
one of my favorites
futurelegend 2 2
great music,a great era of music. but isn't it all!
rogerblocke
Collective Soul didn't borrow any kind of sound from Seattle. The children of the baby boomers loved Sabbath and Zep and most of them sounded similar. It's the sound of their generation. The sound if the 90s is an interpretati o n of the 70s Rock that we grew up with. Not copied, shared by the whole generation and the some of the best music ever made...
If you follow me I'll follow you
it not the 90,s its just good music bands in any year, there is a lot of bad music in the 90s, just like every year before or yet to come
I dont know what it is about the 90's, its simply just good stuff.
gusdlgarza
Like
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Love them miss the 90's Xgen!
nickg523
Great Band, Cant wait to see them in St Pete Next Year.
Im like the only one in my gen tht appriciates 90s alt/grunge,, call me a hipster idgaf collective soul amd others are really good...
Looking forward to the new album. Their last 3 have been fantastic. All Hail the Soul Machine!
Love this band one of my favs!
amen tmlynn0
Follow me for 90s grunge
Collective Soul great band "Run" love this song
gusdlgarza
O man
aaronmarlie
Stuff was great back then. Great music, great bands. These days, all i ever hear is crappy rap music
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