Urban Hymns is the third studio album by English alternative rock band The Verve, released on 29 September 1997 on Hut Records. It earned nearly unanimous critical praise upon its release, and went on to become the band's best-selling release and one of the biggest selling albums of the year. As of 2015, Urban Hymns is ranked the 19th best-selling album in UK chart history and has sold over ten million copies worldwide.
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Country Rock Keith Urban. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. 1. It's a Love Thing. 2. Where the Blacktop Ends. 3. But for the Grace of God. 4. Your Everything. 5. I Wanna Be Your Man (Forever). 6. A Little Luck of Our Own. 7. You're the Only One. 8. If You Wanna Stay. 9. Don't Shut Me Out.
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Urban Hymns was the surprise third act for a band that seemed doomed after its second. Their most successful single up to that point-1995’s string-swept ballad History -doubled as an epitaph, with the notoriously embattled relationship between frontman Richard Ashcroft and guitarist Nick McCabe triggering the band’s demise just before it snuck into the UK Top 30. Ashcroft, bassist Simon Jones, and drummer Pete Salisbury would swiftly reconvene with a new guitarist (their old school chum Simon Tong) to begin work on a record that, for a time, seemed destined to become an Ashcroft solo release.