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The Verve Pipe
Villains is the second studio album, and first major label release by The Verve Pipe. It was released in March 1996. The band received its first hit in "Photograph", which peaked in the top 10 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks. A year after the release of the album, a reformatted version of "The Freshmen" peaked at number 1 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart. The single was also the band's sole appearance on the Billboard Hot 100, where it peaked at number 5. The success of the song helped this album go platinum. To date, it is The Verve Pipe's best selling album.
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.
Better Than Ezra
Playlist (The Very Best Of Toad The Wet Sprocket)
Toad The Wet Sprocket
Foma is the second full-length studio album by The Nixons. The name of the title track is from the 1963 novel Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut. Foma is defined in the album's liner notes as "harmless untruths intended to comfort simple souls; lies."
Halfway Down The Sky
Halfway Down The Sky is the first studio album of the American rock band Splender. It was released on May 18, 1999 and has spawned two singles: "Yeah, Whatever" and "I Think God Can Explain". The album has sold 226,000 in the US.
Rotting Piñata is the debut studio album by American rock band Sponge, released in 1994 on Work Records. Hit singles from this album, such as "Molly" and "Plowed," helped launch the band's career and pushed the album to Gold.
Lemon Parade is Tonic's first album, released in 1996. The album has sold 1,300,000 copies to date, and reached platinum status in the United States. Tonic released a live EP with enhanced material called Live and Enhanced based on the success of this album. "If You Could Only See" was a hit single on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks charts reaching number one, and also reached number 11 on the Billboard Airplay Hot 100, where it spent 63 weeks on the chart.
The song "If You Could Only See" is part of the video games Karaoke Revolution Party and Band Hero.
In 2016, Tonic released an all-acoustic version of Lemon Parade titled Lemon Parade Revisited in celebration of the album's 20th anniversary, which utilized direct funding from fans.
Counting Blue Cars
Picture Postcard Walls
Far Too Jones
The Gufs is a studio album by the rock band The Gufs. It was released in 1996 on Atlantic Records. The album is the band's major record label debut, and mainly consists of songs first released on their 1995 album Collide.
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.
Seven Mary Three
American Standard is the second studio album by American post-grunge band Seven Mary Three. It was released on September 5, 1995, on Mammoth Records. The album would be Seven Mary Three's breakthrough success, rising to number 24 on the Billboard 200 and going platinum. Many of the songs were rerecorded versions of tracks off Seven Mary Three's independent debut, Churn.
February Son is the major label debut studio album from post-grunge band Oleander. It was produced by Steven Haigler and released on Universal Records on February 23, 1999 and was certified gold on May 5, 2000. February Son contains some of Oleander's most successful singles. It included new drummer Scott Devours who was hired to replace the band's original drummer, Fred Nelson Jr. Most of the songs on the album had been previously released on the band's independent debut. The album has been certified gold in sales by the RIAA.
Outside Looking In: The Best Of The Gin Blossoms
Outside Looking In: The Best of the Gin Blossoms is a greatest hits album by pop rock band Gin Blossoms. It was released in 1999 on A&M Records. It includes eleven songs from their previous two A&M studio albums, New Miserable Experience and Congratulations… I'm Sorry. The remaining three songs are from different sources. "Just South of Nowhere" was originally included on the 1991 EP Up and Crumbling. The hit single "Til I Hear It from You" was originally found on the soundtrack of the 1995 movie Empire Records. "Whitewash" is a previously unreleased 1996 live recording of the song originally included on Congratulations… I'm Sorry.
Monsoon is the fifth studio album and first major label album by American alternative rock band Caroline's Spine. It featured almost entirely songs that can be found on their previous independent releases but were re-recorded or remastered for this album. The single "Sullivan" climbed to #23 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart, as well as #14 on R&R’s Active Rock Chart. The success of this album also earned them a gig playing on board the United States Navy aircraft carrier USS Enterprise.
Could You Please And Thank You
Same Old Life
Brian Vander Ark (the Verve Pipe)
Boys and Girls Soundtrack
A Life Of Saturdays
Primitive Radio Gods
Rocket is the Primitive Radio Gods' debut album, released on June 18, 1996 by Columbia Records. Their best known hit single from this album, "Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth with Money in My Hand", helped launch the band's career.
Everything You Want
Everything You Want is the third studio album by Vertical Horizon and its first major label effort. Released in 1999, it was a breakthrough album for the band. Four singles were released from the album. The second single, "Everything You Want", became one of the most played singles of 2000, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2001, the album was certified double platinum by the RIAA, having sold two million copies in the United States.
You Are Here
Nasty Little Thoughts
Nasty Little Thoughts is the third studio album from the alternative rock band, Stroke 9. It was released on September 7, 1999.
Trip to the 13th
Fizzy Fuzzy Big & Buzzy
Fizzy Fuzzy Big & Buzzy is the major label debut studio album by alternative rock band The Refreshments, released on February 27, 1996. Many of the songs are re-recordings from their previous effort, Wheelie, which saw a very limited release. The single "Banditos" remains the best-known song by the band.
On November 13, 2015, the album was released on vinyl for the first time ever in commemoration of its 20th anniversary.
Josh Joplin Group
Useful Music is a studio album initially released in May 1999 under the SMG Records label by Josh Joplin Band, and again in January 2001 through Artemis Records after the band had renamed itself Josh Joplin Group following a change in its line-up. While the album did not enjoy widespread commercial success, it peaked at #22 on the Billboard Independent Albums chart and spawned a moderate hit with its first single, "Camera One", which quickly reached #1 on the Triple A airplay chart, the highest position ever achieved by an independent release at that point. Featuring a more rock-edged, radio-friendly sound than most of the other material on Useful Music, the song was also featured in an episode of the comedy series Scrubs.
Hey! Album is the second album from Atlanta rock band Marvelous 3. The album was originally released independently in early 1998 on the band's own Marvelous Records imprint.
New World Spirits
Causing a Catastrophe (Live)
Causing a Catastrophe is a live album by Flickerstick released in 2002 by 226 Records. It features songs from Welcoming Home the Astronauts, a cover of Mazzy Star's "Fade into You", and two tracks that Brandin Lea said would appear on the next album. They have not appeared on any other Flickerstick recording to date.
Rhino Hi-Five: '90s Alternative
Example is the second studio album released by For Squirrels and produced by Nick Launay. It was For Squirrels's only major label release, as lead singer John Vigliatura and bassist Bill White died when the band's tour bus blew a tire and crashed less than a month before the album's release.
Despite the death of half the band, the two surviving members chose to release the album as scheduled on October 3. The band also released "Mighty K.C." as the lead and eventually only single from the album. The song would peak at #15 on the Billboard Modern Rock Track chart.
The album did not gain mainstream popularity, reaching only 171 on the Billboard 200, but thanks to the lead single, had considerable airtime on college radio.
Travis Tooke and Jack Griego would form a new band, Subrosa, and released one album, Never Bet the Devil Your Head.
The Best of Fuel
The Best of Fuel is a compilation album by American hard rock band Fuel. It contains songs from their first three full-length albums, Sunburn, Something Like Human, and Natural Selection. All of the said albums featured vocalist Brett Scallions who departed from the group only a few months after the compilation's release. The Best of Fuel consists solely of the band's released singles, with the exception of "Million Miles" from Natural Selection.
Soma Holiday is the first full-length major label release by the American alternative rock band Greenwheel, released in 2002 on Island Records.
Happily Ever After
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