Album of the Day
Third Eye Blind (20th Anniversary)
Third Eye Blind made a huge splash in 1997, scoring a #1 Modern Rock hit with their first single, "Semi-Charmed Life" (later named Modern Rock Track of the Year at the Billboard Music Awards). It paved the way for the San Francisco alt-rockers' eponymous debut album, which boasted several more major hits - "Graduate," "How's It Going To Be," "Losing A Whole Year" and "Jumper" - and has been certified six-times Platinum in the U.S. by the RIAA. The new THIRD EYE BLIND: 20TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION adds a disc of unreleased tracks to the smash original, including demos, the band's cover of the Velvet Underground classic "Heroin," and two new recordings of songs that were written for the THIRD EYE BLIND album, but were never fully realized in the studio until now.