Collective Soul (sometimes referred to as the Blue Album to differentiate from the second self-titled album) is the second studio album by Collective Soul. It became the band's highest selling album to date, going Triple-Platinum, and spent 76 weeks on the Billboard 200 charts. The singles "December," "The World I Know" and "Where the River Flows" all reached on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, while the first two singles also became major pop hits.
SOUL:R 062 - FourFit EP 01 Skeptical. SOUL:R 061 - Chimpo - Frontline EP Chimpo. SOUL:R 060 - Bungle Bungle. SOUL:R 059 - Phil Tangent Phil Tangent. SOUL:R 058 - Lynx Lynx. SOUL:R 055 - DRS - Count To Ten, Holding On DRS. SOUL:R 053 - Marcus Intalex Marcus Intalex. SOUL:R 050 - Marcus Intalex - 21 Marcus Intalex. Record label started by Marcus Intalex and . Files in 2001 based in Manchester UK with club night residencies at Fabric London and Band On The Wall Manchester.
Photograph: Antonio Olmos for the Observer. The UK is home to a diverse, collaborative and newly confident jazz scene. Photographs by Antonio Olmos for the Observer. Blue Lab Beats North London duo whose forthcoming debut album, Xover, features Nubya Garcia, Moses Boyd, Nérija and poet and rapper Kojey Radical. Yazz Ahmed Bahrain-born, London-based trumpeter adding Middle Eastern rhythms to her music. Ezra Collective London partyjazz band, with Afrobeat and hip-hop influences and a brightly lit brass section. Zara McFarlane Mobo-winning singer whose last album, Arise, shone with hints of Nina Simone and reggae rhythms. Alfa Mist Newham beat-maker who traverses hip-hop, soul, jazz, breakbeat, and grime.
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