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Third Eye Blind (Album 1 1997)

The group scored its first hit in , when their debut single "Semi-Charmed Life" cracked the Top 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.

The group scored its first hit in , when their debut single "Semi-Charmed Life" cracked the Top 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 s, the band returned in with its fourth studio album, Ursa Major. 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 -- a former student of Joe Satriani who later became involved in the northern California ska and punk scenes -- introduced himself to Jenkins.

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 song demo attracted attention from major labels. The buzz continued to build when the musicians finagled their way into a prized opening slot for Oasis' April concert at the Civic Auditorium. The group was still unsigned at the time, but following their well-received performance which included an encore -- a rare opportunity for an opening band , Third Eye Blind became the subject of a bidding war.

Jenkins was tapped as the band's producer and received a production deal to help develop new groups, but his top priority remained 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 ; 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 and remained there for over a year, establishing Third Eye Blind as one of the most popular bands of the late '90s. Blue followed in and sold , copies within a month of its release.

Although fans heralded it as the band's strongest album, only one song -- the sprightly "Never Let You Go" -- matched the success of the band's past singles. Tours across the globe followed throughout , but by the time 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 , Third Eye Blind resumed their schedule with the release of their third studio album, Out of the Vein. Featuring the single "Blinded," the album initially debuted at number 12 on the Billboard chart. Nonetheless, due in part to poor marketing, a side effect of Elektra's merger with Atlantic, Out of the Vein ultimately failed to ignite the same commercial sparks as its predecessor.

Undeterred, the band quickly began work on a follow-up, but Jenkins' lengthy battle with writer's block slowed the production. In the interim, they released a best-of compilation and continued to tour. Over the next several years, Third Eye Blind continued to tour and work on new material. In , they released their fifth studio album, Dopamine.

Once again produced by Jenkins, the album was the first with bassist Alex LeCavalier, who'd joined as a full-time member in Anchored by the single "13thirteen on the Billboard While not technically a political event, the show was held in close proximity to the Republican National Convention with Republicans in attendance.

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