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Format: CD
Sku: 203106256
UPC: 075679455826
UPC 14: 00075679455826
Release Date: 11/14/2006
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Come Again - (remix) ~ Staind
2. Mudshovel ~ Staind
3. Home ~ Staind
4. It's Been Awhile ~ Staind
5. Epiphany ~ Staind
6. For You ~ Staind
7. Outside - (Family Values Version) ~ Staind
8. So Far Away ~ Staind
9. Price To Play ~ Staind
10. Zoe Jane ~ Staind
11. Right Here ~ Staind
12. Falling ~ Staind
13. Everything Changes - (Acoustic Version) ~ Staind
14. Sober - (Acoustic Version) ~ Staind
15. Nutshell - (Acoustic Version) ~ Staind
16. Comfortably Numb - (Acoustic Version) ~ Staind
 
This 2006 compilation celebrates 10 years of Staind recordings by presenting many of the popular alternative-metal band's finest tracks, drawing largely from the Massachusetts-based group's studio albums and acoustic sessions. Highlights of the set include the angst-ridden breakthrough hit "It's Been Awhile" and an unplugged live rendition of the dramatic "Everything Changes," both of which shine the spotlight on frontman Aaron Lewis's emotive, Alice in Chains-inspired vocal style.
Track Listing
1. Come Again - (remix)
2. Mudshovel
3. Home
4. It's Been Awhile
5. Epiphany
6. For You
7. Outside - (live, Family Values Version)
8. So Far Away
9. Price To Play
10. Zoe Jane
11. Right Here
12. Falling
13. Everything Changes - (live, Acoustic Version)
14. Sober - (Acoustic Version)
15. Nutshell - (Acoustic Version)
16. Comfortably Numb - (Acoustic Version)

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Staind: Aaron Lewis.
Muze PNote Personnel: Tony Reyes (keyboards).
Muze PNote Audio Mixers: Matt Hyde ; David Bottrill; Andy Wallace; Terry Date; Brendan O'Brien .
Muze PNote Recording information: The Hiro Ballroom, New York, NY (09/06/2006).
Muze PNote Photographer: Alex Kirzhner.
Muze PNote This 2006 compilation celebrates 10 years of Staind recordings by presenting many of the popular alternative-metal band's finest tracks, drawing largely from the Massachusetts-based group's studio albums and acoustic sessions. Highlights of the set include the angst-ridden breakthrough hit "It's Been Awhile" and an unplugged live rendition of the dramatic "Everything Changes," both of which shine the spotlight on frontman Aaron Lewis's emotive, Alice in Chains-inspired vocal style.

Producer: Jeff Gilmer; Staind; David Bottrill; Fred Durst; Bill Sheppell; Josh Abraham; Terry Date

Engineer: Jeff Gilmer; Jeff Gilmer; Matt Hyde

Artist Overview

Although they are very much their own band, Staind are often linked to Limp Bizkit, whose singer Fred Durst was instrumental in aiding the band's career. Early on, Durst suggested that lead singer Aaron Lewis integrate solo acoustic touches into the band's heavy-rock approach. And while Staind proved itself fully capable of rocking as hard as any of its nu-metal brethren, it was ultimately an introspective, acoustic-based ballad that provided Staind with its biggest hit, the ubiquitous "It's Been Awhile," which became one of 2001's most-heard songs.
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review Staind - 1996-2006: The Singles - Music
By: Blake Matthews Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 3/13/2007 8:51 AM
10 years gone by already! Staind saves the best for last on this exhaustive greatest hits album. Here in the New York City area, there’s a radio station that plays nothing but acoustic songs for four straight hours on Sunday mornings. Being an avid fan of all things live and acoustic, I love this show....read the full review

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Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 11/13/2006
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2006
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 7567945582
Music Label Name Label : Flip Records
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Mixed
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00075679455826

Bio

The line-up of this US alternative metal act, comprising Aaron Lewis (b. 13 April 1972, Springfield, Vermont, USA; vocals), Mike Mushok (b. 10 April 1970, Manhasset, New York, USA; guitar), Johnny April (b. 27 March 1965, Enfield, Connecticut, USA; bass) and Jon Wysocki (b. 17 January, Northampton, Massachusetts, USA; drums), came together in February 1995 in Boston, Massachusetts. The following year, having established themselves as a leading live draw, the band recorded and distributed their debut, Tormented. The album went on to sell over 4,000 copies by word of mouth, and also gained them a high-profile support slot for Limp Bizkit's Connecticut show in October 1997. An initial misunderstanding about Tormented's satanic cover art almost saw them coming to blows with Fred Durst, but Limp Bizkit's lead vocalist was impressed enough to invite the band to record demos for his production company. A contract with Flip Records ensued in early 1998, and the band decamped to Pearl Jam's studio in Seattle to record their major-label debut with producer Terry Date. A reworking of Public Enemy's Bring The Noise, featuring Durst, was left off the final tracklisting. This proved to be a good choice, as the songs on Dysfunction eschewed the overt hip-hop influence of Limp Bizkit for a more traditional style of hard rock rooted in the early 90s sound of Alice In Chains.
Building on the success of their debut, the band's second album, Break The Cycle, debuted at the top of the US album charts in June 2001. The emotive rock tracks "It's Been Awhile" and "For You" took up residency on American rock radio, helping boost long-term sales of the album. An unplugged video for the MTV channel later in the year proved that Staind's material was particularly suited to the format. Their third album, 14 Shades Of Grey, was released in May 2003. Although the band attempted to repeat the highly successful formula of Break The Cycle, the lack of any songs as immediately catchy as "It's Been Awhile" lessened the album's critical impact. Nevertheless, the album debuted at the top of the US charts in its first week of release and spawned the hit single, "So Far Away". Staind made it three US chart-topping albums in a row in August 2005 with its new album, Chapter V.

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Product attributeArtist:   Staind
Product attributeLabel:   Atlantic/q Records
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