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Although it's missing one charting single -- the minor 1993 rock radio hit "Don't You" -- Rhino's 2006 The Best of Candlebox is a good overview of the grunge band's work. It has all their major hits -- "Change," "Cover Me," "Simple Lessons," "Understanding," "10,000 Horses," "It's Alright," "Happy Pills," and, of course, "Far Behind," which is the one tune of theirs that is known to the average alt-rock fan -- along with a sampling of album tracks, mainly drawn from Candlebox and Lucy, plus the relative rarity of "Glowing Soul," which was originally on the soundtrack to the Adam Sandler comedy The Waterboy. There's not much in the way of packaging -- the flimsy booklet has no notes to speak of -- but for those who want to stroll down a flannel-paved memory lane, this comp does present the band in its best light.
Performance CreditsCandlebox Primary Artist
Kim Bullard Organ,Piano
Dave Krusen Percussion,Drums
Scott Heard Background Vocals
Bardi Martin Acoustic Guitar,Bass Guitar,Electric Guitar,Standup Bass
Scott Mercado Percussion,Drums,Hammered Dulcimer
Peter Klett Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Technical CreditsKevin Lee Management
Kim Bullard Additional Music
Bryan Coleman Management
Ron Nevison Producer,Engineer
Steve Woolard Discographical Annotation
Peter Klett Composer
Sandy Tanaka Package Art Direction
Jonathan Plum Producer