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Multi-platinum recording artists release their first-ever live CD. Recorded in April 2005, the shows were filmed in the band's hometown of Atlanta during two special sold-out performances featuring the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra. The collection encompasses hits from Collective Soul's seven studio albums, including their latest release,Youth. The CD is enhanced with video, never before released music, and more. Recording in an orchestral setting enabled the group to reinterpret their hits. Songs such as 'Shine', 'December', 'The World I Know', and 'Precious Declaration' have all been given a new twist. El Music Group. 2006.

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  • Audio CD (February 7, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2006
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: El Music Group
  • ASIN: B000CS441Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,817 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Collective Soul gained a special place in the hearts of music lovers when they burst onto the scene in 1993 with the rock anthem “Shine.” It’s hard to imagine that the band has been making music for nearly 2 decades since then. Hard, that is, until you turn on the radio and find yourself singing along to “Staring Down,” the new radio smash ... Read more in Amazon's Collective Soul Store

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One of the best bands of our times.
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Their new live CD as well as DVD just is the concert experience you have all been waiting for for of all of you CS fans.
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Collective Soul with the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra just sounds beautiful.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By cosmo on February 11, 2006
Format: Audio CD
What I really love about this CD is the way that both the band and the orchestra blend; neither competes over the other. So you can really apperecate the tallent of all the artists! I LOVE the arrangment of "December", "Needs"-especially the ending crescendo, it is positively triumphant-also,"Pretty Donna", and "Crown"-you can really tell the feeling that Mr. Ed Roland has for the loss of his Father, to whom the song was dedicated.

The only thing I wasn't as thrilled about was that this recording was mixed ever so slightly different than the DVD. So the CD has a more "closed" or muted sound to it with the highs and lows compressed. Also, Ed's voice was more prominent than the music in this, opposed to the DVD. If you don't really have a "tech guys" kind of hearing ablities, you probably will not notice. But it is still there. So listen to this first...so it doesn't end up bugging you.

Doesn't really matter though; All the guys in Collective Soul, and the Atlyantic Symphony Youth Orchestra, had such energy, tallent and enthusiasm happening for those nights, you can hear it. If this Cd doesn't get you dancing or at lest singing along...nothing will.

So all in all, a great job by some great musicians.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By bixodoido on June 9, 2006
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It's not very often that I get totally blown away by a music album these days. I don't even like much music these days, and even the stuff I find mildly appealing doesn't make much of an impression on me. Collective Soul, on the other hand, has been one of my favorite "new" (I loosely use that term for anything from the last 15 or so years) bands since their first album, but I haven't followed them much for the last few years. When I saw this album, however, and saw that it was live (I've seen some of the biggest bands in history live, and none of them had ANYTHING on CS in terms of pure energy) I decided to pick it up. The result was one of the best listening experiences I've had in a very long time-I listened to it over and over and over again, and still wasn't satisfied.

First of all, CS is a phenomenal band live. The band packs so much energy and is so talented, and Ed Roland's spectacular voice holds up very well live, unlike some other bands. This 2 disc set also features the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra, which adds rather than detracts from the performance and at times seems almost a part of the band. This CD is just like their live shows-not much idle chatter, no theatrics, just pure, energetic rock and roll at its finest.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Paul Allaer TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 3, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I saw Collective Soul live for the first time in 1995 when they opened for Van Halen. There was electricity in the air, that's how much energy they brought. I've seen them many times since then, and they never disappoint live. I've never understood why the band (or their label) never issued a live album. Well that has finally been corrected!

"Home" (2 CDs; 22 tracks; 97 min.) brings the best of 2 homecoming concerts Collective Soul held in April 2005 in Atlanta. The additional "twist" is the Atlanta Youth Symphony Orchestra. Before you wonder whether this is another one of those forced concoctions (remember Metallica with symphony? or KISS with symphony?), strings always have played an important role in Collective Soul's music, in particular its ballads. And the "Home" album bears this out: on the tracks where a symphonic sound comes natural, it really works very well (check out for example "The World I Know", "December", and "Pretty Donna"). THe inclusion of "Youth" is interesting as that track did not make it onto the album of the same name. Ed Roland is in good form (and humor) throughout. By the time the encore "Shine" comes along, I was surprised how quickly it all passed by.

Collective Soul now has plans to release individual shows from the Fall 2005 tour as well. To which I say: bring it on! We have been without a live album too long, from famine we go to feast. (The fact that the band now self-releases its records surely has a hand in that.) All that aside, "Home" is a thoroughly enjoyable live album, and a must for the serious Collective Soul fan.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Johnny B on April 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD
As a Collective Soul fan from the early days, I was thrilled when I found this album by mistake (I haven't followed them much recently). Until now, the only live Collective Soul recording I had was a bootleg of their performance at Woodstock '99, which didn't even have a song make the W'99 album.

The song selection here is remarkable. Not only is it an excellent cross-section of Collective Soul's works across 15 years, but the addition of the orchestra allows for proper performance of songs such as "Needs" and "The World I Know".

Unfortunately, the quality of the two shows that produced this album is somewhat lacking, as it has been since the departure of Ross Childress and Shane Evans. The mixing seems to cover for the mistakes of Joel and Ryan, which at times completely changes the character of a song ("December", for example). Additionally, the orchestral additions at time seem a bit stretched, and come off almost sounding like a Disney soundtrack (the beginning of "Run"). Finally, the discs seem to have some form of copy-protection built in, which makes a completely legitimate and legal transfer to my iPod a headache, to say the least.

Overall, this is a winner for Collective Soul and their fans. Hopefully, CS will decide to continue releasing live performances in the future.
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