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Unwind is the second major label studio album from post-grunge band Oleander. The band's second album released on Universal Records, Unwind sold approximately 250,000 copies. The album is noted for displaying both a wider range and softer music than its predecessor. It features three singles, "Are You There?," "Champion," "Halo," as well as "Jimmy Shaker Day," a re-recording of a song from their 1997 debut, Shrinking the Blob
The Verve Pipe
The Verve Pipe
The Verve Pipe is the self-titled third studio album by Michigan rock band the Verve Pipe, released on July 27, 1999. The band's second release for RCA Records, the album followed the platinum-selling Villains and its mammoth single, "The Freshmen". The band worked with Soundgarden producer Michael Beinhorn and created a generally dark, sonically textured grunge-pop album. The lead single "Hero" received sporadic airplay on alternative rock radio and its video was in rotation on MTV2 in late summer 1999.
Throughout the album, primary songwriter and singer Brian Vander Ark comments on the fleeting nature of fame with tracks such as "Supergig" and "Headlines". The song "The F Word" serves as a bittersweet response to the band's success with "The Freshmen".
The album's cover features a diagram for frog dissection, with the song titles used as references to various body parts.
Lucy is the second studio album by Seattle rock band Candlebox. Although the album did not fare as well as its 1993 predecessor, the single "Simple Lessons" received considerable airplay, and Lucy eventually achieved gold certification.
Four tracks from Lucy would be included on The Best of Candlebox in 2006.
Attention Please is the sixth studio album and second major label album by American alternative rock band Caroline's Spine. It was their first album of all new material since the band formed. The songs "Attention Please" and "Nothing to Prove" which both charted on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart at #30 and #23, respectively. Despite the album's success, it was not well promoted by the label and led the band to return to producing their albums independently for future releases. This album also featured a remix of the track "Turned Blue" which was featured on the An American Werewolf in Paris film soundtrack.
Wax Ecstatic is the second studio album by the band Sponge. It was released in 1996 on Columbia Records. Originally intended to be a concept album revolving around the death of a Memphis drag queen, that idea was aborted, though many of the tracks that ended up making the cut originated from this idea.
Head On Straight
Head on Straight is Tonic's third album, released in 2002. It was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 45th Grammy Awards and the track "Take Me As I Am" was nominated for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. The album had sold 34,000 copies as of February 2003.
And You Think You Know What Life's About
And You Think You Know What Life's About is the second album by Dishwalla. It was released on August 11, 1998 on A&M Records.
Cool For August
Grand World was the debut and only full-length album released by the band Cool for August. Released in 1997, it was a moderate hit, spawning three rock radio singles, and two videos.
The track "Big Night" is a cover of American Music Club's song, originally on their 1987 album Engine; Cool for August's version features guest vocals from American Music Club's Mark Eitzel, and pedal steel from AMC's Bruce Kaphan.
Holiday Man is the second studio album by the band The Flys. It was released in 1998 on Trauma Records. The album contained two singles, "Got You" and "She's So Huge", both of which charted on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart.
Sunburn is the full-length debut album by the band Fuel released in 1998. It was produced by Steven Haigler. The songs "Shimmer", "Jesus or a Gun", and "Bittersweet" were released as singles. "Shimmer" peaked at #42 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Sunburn was certified Platinum by the RIAA on May 24, 2000.
How Does Your Garden Grow
Better Than Ezra
How Does Your Garden Grow? is a 1998 album by American alternative rock trio Better Than Ezra. It was the band's fourth album, and their second with drummer Travis Aaron McNabb. It was released on August 25, 1998 by Elektra Records.
The style and content of the album overall is oriented with the night, with the album cover carrying the subtitle "A Series of Nocturnes". Though critically acclaimed, the album was a relative failure commercially, only peaking at #128 on the Billboard charts. The first single, "One More Murder" scraped the bottom end of the Billboard Modern Rock charts, while the second single, "At the Stars," performed better, becoming a Modern Rock and Adult Top 40 hit. A third single, "Like it Like That," failed to chart.
"One More Murder" was featured on two NBC dramatic series—Homicide: Life on the Street and Third Watch. The song was also featured in an episode of Charmed and is also part of The X-Files: The Album.
The album's title is most likely derived from the nursery rhyme, "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary".
Your Body Above Me
Your Body Above Me is the debut album by the alternative rock band Black Lab. Released on Geffen Records on October 21, 1997, it featured two US radio hits, "Wash it Away" and "Time Ago." The album was also simultaneously released as a three-sided vinyl LP with a press of the album artwork on the fourth side. It was released outside of America in January 1998.
The band split with Geffen in 1999, and in October 2006, lead singer Paul Durham announced that the album would be re-released as Your Body Above Me: The Director's Cut, with an alternate track listing and two bonus tracks, as well as two minutes of additional music cut from the original tracks.
One Way Ride
Slow Motion Daydream
Slow Motion Daydream is the sixth studio album by Everclear. It was released in the U.S. in 2003 on Capitol Records and recorded in 2002.
From The Ground Up
From the Ground Up is an acoustic EP by Collective Soul, released on May 24, 2005. The EP peaked #129 on the Billboard 200. There is a hidden track after Satellite that plays at 4:15, about a minute after the song finishes.
Where You Are
Where You Are was released by the American band Socialburn in February 2003. It was the band's major label debut being released on Elektra Records, and their third overall.
To date, the album has sold over 100,000 copies with relatively little promotion.
The Gracious Few
The Gracious Few
Dog's Eye View
Happy Nowhere is the debut studio album by the American rock band Dog's Eye View. The album is best known for its lead single, "Everything Falls Apart", which achieved considerable airplay and chart success in 1995 and 1996.
The album was released at select retail locations in October 1995. Happy Nowhere received a nationwide release in the United States on January 30, 1996.
Blue In The Face
Blue in the Face is the second and final doubleDrive album, released in 2003. It sold 27,000 units in the US according to Soundscan. The album reached No. 43 on Top Heatseekers, and the single taken from the album, entitled "Imprint" reached No. 22 on Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks on Billboard charts.
V is the 6th studio album by the band Live, released in 2001. It featured the singles "Simple Creed" and "Overcome", the latter of which received significant exposure following the September 11 attacks.
Time Doesn't Notice
Time Doesn't Notice is No Address's first album. This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
Soma Holiday is the first full-length major label release by the American alternative rock band Greenwheel, released in 2002 on Island Records.
Wishpool is the third and final studio album by American rock band Brother Cane, released March 31, 1998. It features the hit "I Lie in the Bed I Make," which was their second #1 single on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, maintaining that position for four weeks. Due to low album sales, however, Virgin released Brother Cane which disbanded soon after. Nevertheless, Wishpool remains arguably the group's best album.
Deconstructed is a remix album by British band Bush, released on 11 November 1997, through Trauma Records. It did not feature any new material but was a collaborative effort between the band and various producers working in the electronic genre of music to remix some of the band's previously released songs. "Mouth" was released as a single in 1997 and became a minor hit, due largely in part to it being featured prominently in both the trailer and the 1997 film An American Werewolf in Paris.
Three tracks from this album, "Mouth", "Everything Zen", and "Swallowed" also appear on Bush's 2005 greatest hits compilation, The Best of: 1994-1999.
In a 1997 interview with NY Rock, Gavin Rossdale noted the development of Deconstructed:
"It was an interesting idea, to try and mix two completely different genres, maybe influence the whole dance and techno scene with some good old fashioned rock. In a way, they are the old singles, but remixed they’ve got a completely different slant which is certainly interesting."
Second Coming is the eponymous second studio album by the American rock band Second Coming. It was originally released independently with eight tracks through their own label, Timestyle, and later reissued and re-released with three additional tracks - "Tonight [The Goodnight King]", "The War", and "Unknown Rider" - on September 22, 1998, through Capitol Records. It is the first Second Coming album to feature vocalist Travis Bracht, who became their permanent singer until the band broke up in 2008, and the only one to feature guitarist Dudley Taft.
Picture Postcard Walls
Far Too Jones
No Pleasantries is the debut album of American post-grunge band U.P.O. Released on May 30, 2000, the album broke U.P.O. into the mainstream rock scene and was their most successful release. It was made available on iTunes on September 22, 2004.
In promotion of No Pleasantries, U.P.O. toured throughout 2000 with popular acts such as Linkin Park, Nickelback, Godsmack, and 3 Doors Down. July saw the group joining Slipknot, Slayer, and Metallica on the Tattoo the Earth Tour. U.P.O. played two more shows in 2001 before their brief hiatus.
To Whom It May Concern
Signs Of A Vacant Soul
Signs of a Vacant Soul is Virgos Merlot's first and only album. It was released on March 2, 1999 by Atlantic Records. The album's only single, "Gain," had moderate radio play and reached #40 on the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart.
The band later reformed, minus guitarist Marchant, as "Virgos".
The opening track, "The Cycle", has been featured in an episode of The Sopranos
Broken Down...Live And Acoustic In The Poconos
12 Bar Blues
12 Bar Blues is the debut solo album from Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland. Its sound and style differ greatly from STP's previous releases. The design concept of the cover is a homage to the cover design of John Coltrane's Blue Train album. The title name comes from the simple chord progression known as "twelve-bar blues."
Same Old Life
Sinomatic (U.S. Version)
Distort Yourself is the debut and only studio album by American rock band Institute, led by then-former Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale. Released on September 13, 2005 through Interscope Records, the album was co-produced by Helmet frontman Page Hamilton. The album also produced the single "Bullet Proof Skin."
All Lights Off
Stabbing Westward is the self-titled fourth and final studio album by the American industrial rock band Stabbing Westward. It is their first and only album to be produced by Ed Buller and released on Koch Records. The album was released on May 22, 2001, and the band later broke up on February 9, 2002. The album shows a change in direction for the band. The album's songs are much less heavy and aggressive, while the industrial focus has given way to a more melodic sound. Before the album was released, Christopher Hall said in an interview that Stabbing Westward wrote great pop-rock songs, but the band had always ended up making them ugly by adding effects and screaming, etc. On this album, he claimed, they decided to write what they wanted, regardless of fan expectation.
"The Only Thing" is a love song for Chistopher Hall's wife.
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