Live

Live

Artist: Collective Soul

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Format: CD
Label: SURETONE RECORDS
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 12/08/2017
UPC: 896710999761

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Artist: Collective Soul
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1. Heavy (Live)
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2. Where The River Flows (Live)
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3. Better Now (Live)
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4. Precious Declaration (Live)
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5. Ayta (Live)
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6. Shine (Live)
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7. Why Pt. 2 (Live)
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8. December (Live)
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9. Gel (Live)
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10. The World I Know (Live)
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11. Listen (Live)
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12. Confession (Live)
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13. Counting The Days (Live)
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14. She Said (Live)
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15. Needs (Live)
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16. Contagious (Live)
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17. Run (Live)
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18. Right As Rain (Live)
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After landing a total of ten #1 hits, moving over 20 million records worldwide, and selling out shows everywhere with a stage, Collective Soul—Ed Roland [vocals, guitars, keyboards], Dean Roland [guitars], Will Turpin [bass], Jesse Triplett [guitars], and Johnny Rabb [drums]—staunchly and proudly remain a rock ‘n’ roll band through and through. Nowhere is that reassuring fact more apparent than on the first proper live album of the group’s 25-year career, LIVE. Fittingly, they introduce the collection with a live piano rendition of their biggest hit 1993’s “Shine”—which would be crowned #1 Album Rock Song of 1994, win a Billboard award for “Top Rock Track,” land on VH1’s “100 Greatest Songs of the ‘90s,” and notch Dolly Parton a GRAMMY® Award for “Best Vocal Performance” on her 2001 cover. Preserving the soulful spark that established them as the “Southern Gentlemen of the Alternative Rock Scene,” Collective Soul build upon a formidable foundation. They were inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in 2009. To date, they average over 1 million Spotify streams a month. From a classic performance at Woodstock 1994 to a notable placement on the Twilight soundtrack, their influence continues to course through generations of pop culture.