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    2009-08-12

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    | Artist     : Third Eye Blind                                               |
    | Album      : Ursa Major                                                    |
    | Bitrate    : VBR kbps                                                      |
    | Label      : Mega Force                                                    |
    | Year       : 2009                                                          |
    | Genre      : Alternative                                                   |
    | Rip date   : Aug-11-2009                                                   |
    | Store date : Aug-18-2009                                                   |
    | Size       : 67,2 MB                                                       |
    |                                                                            |
    +--------------------------------[Track List]--------------------------------+
    |                                                                            |
    |Track Listing:                                                              |
    |                                                                            |
    | 01 - Can You Take Me                           03:21                       |
    | 02 - Don't Believe A Word                      04:00                       |
    | 03 - Bonfire                                   04:08                       |
    | 04 - Sharp Knife                               04:26                       |
    | 05 - One In Ten                                02:50                       |
    | 06 - About To Break                            03:56                       |
    | 07 - Summer Town                               04:52                       |
    | 08 - Why Can't You Be                          05:25                       |
    | 09 - Water Landing                             04:29                       |
    | 10 - Dao Of St. Paul                           04:05                       |
    | 11 - Monotov's Private Opera                   04:19                       |
    | 12 - Carnival Barker (Instrumental)            01:23                       |
    |                                                                            |
    |                                                                            |
    |                                                47:14 min                   |
    |                                                                            |
    +----------------------------------[Notes]-----------------------------------+
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    |  Although often lumped into the post-grunge category, Third Eye Blind      |
    |  sported a brighter sound than many of their late-'90s peers, taking as    |
    |  much influence from classic pop/rock traditions as the angst-ridden       |
    |  music that dominated the decade. The group scored its first hit in 1997,  |
    |  when the debut single "Semi-Charmed Life" cracked the Top 10. Third Eye   |
    |  Blind built upon that success throughout the following three years,       |
    |  releasing a number of singles (three of which cracked the Top 10) while   |
    |  touring with the likes of U2 and Oasis. After taking a break during the   |
    |  early 2000s, the band returned in 2009 with its fourth studio album,      |
    |  Ursa Major.                                                               |
    |                                                                            |
    |  Third Eye Blind hails from San Francisco, where singer Stephan Jenkins    |
    |  made his name as a solo musician after earning an English degree from     |
    |  the University of California at Berkeley. Jenkins soon decided to piece   |
    |  a band together. After several lineups failed to gel, former Fungo Mungo  |
    |  bassist Arion Salazar joined the group, which Jenkins had named Third     |
    |  Eye Blind (in reference to the metaphysical concept of a mind's eye). At  |
    |  one of the band's early shows, guitarist Kevin Cadogan ù a former         |
    |  student of Joe Satriani who later became involved in the northern         |
    |  California ska and punk scenes ù introduced himself to Jenkins. Cadogan   |
    |  subsequently joined Third Eye Blind in late 1995, bringing along former   |
    |  Counting Crows drummer Brad Hargreaves, as well.                          |
    |                                                                            |
    |  As Third Eye Blind worked on cementing its sound, Jenkins began earning   |
    |  major-label attention through his production of the Braids' cover of      |
    |  Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," which became an international hit. He        |
    |  signed a publishing deal shortly afterward, reported to be the largest    |
    |  such deal ever presented to an unreleased artist. Meanwhile, Third Eye    |
    |  Blind cultivated a dedicated fan base by playing the Bay Area             |
    |  frequently, and the group's original 14-song demo attracted attention     |
    |  from major labels. The buzz was continuing to build when the musicians    |
    |  finagled their way into a prized opening slot for Oasis' April 1996       |
    |  concert at the Civic Auditorium. The group was still unsigned at the      |
    |  time, but following their well-received performance (which included an    |
    |  encore ù a rare opportunity for an opening band), Third Eye Blind became  |
    |  the subject of a bidding war.                                             |
    |                                                                            |
    |  The band eventually signed with Elektra/Asylum, a label that afforded     |
    |  them a considerable degree of artistic freedom. Jenkins was tapped as     |
    |  the band's producer and received a production deal to help develop new    |
    |  groups, but his top priority remained with Third Eye Blind. With Jenkins  |
    |  handling production studies, the band recorded their eponymous debut in   |
    |  San Francisco with the assistance of Eric Valentine, an engineer who had  |
    |  also worked on their early demos. The self-titled Third Eye Blind was     |
    |  released in the spring of 1997; by that summer, the introductory single   |
    |  "Semi-Charmed Life" had become a chart-topping modern rock hit. Spawning  |
    |  several more successful singles (including "How's It Going to Be" and     |
    |  "Jumper"), the album broke into the Billboard Top 200 and remained there  |
    |  for over a year, establishing Third Eye Blind as one of the most popular  |
    |  bands of the late 1990s.                                                  |
    |                                                                            |
    |  Blue followed in 1999 and sold 150,000 copies within a month of its       |
    |  release. Although fans heralded it the band's strongest album, only one   |
    |  song ù the sprightly "Never Let You Go" ù matched the success of the      |
    |  band's past singles. Tours across the globe followed throughout 2000,     |
    |  but by the time 2001 rolled around, the band had lost a crucial member    |
    |  (guitarist Cadogan, who co-wrote much of the band's material before       |
    |  exiting the lineup) and opted for some time off. Tony Fredianelli soon    |
    |  climbed aboard as the band's replacement guitarist, and Third Eye Blind   |
    |  turned its attention to several charity events. They played shows in      |
    |  support of the Tiger Woods Foundation and helped organize Breathe, a      |
    |  performance that promoted breast cancer awareness.                        |
    |                                                                            |
    |  By 2003, Third Eye Blind resumed schedule with the release of Out of the  |
    |  Vein. The record suffered from poor marketing, due in part to Elektra's   |
    |  merger with Atlantic, and Out of the Vein ultimately failed to ignite     |
    |  the same commercial sparks as its predecessor. Nonetheless, the band      |
    |  returned to the drawing board that same year, although Jenkins' lengthy   |
    |  battle with writer's block prolonged the release of a new album for six   |
    |  years. In the interim, a best-of compilation entitled A Collection        |
    |  appeared in 2006, and the band continued to tour in support of their      |
    |  past releases. Third Eye Blind's long-awaited fourth album, Ursa Major,   |
    |  was issued in 2009, preceded one year earlier by the digital EP Red       |
    |  Star.                                                                     |
    |                                                                            |
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