Seven Year Itch: Greatest Hits, 1994–2001

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Seven Year Itch: Greatest Hits, 1994–2001
Greatest hits album by
ReleasedSeptember 18, 2001
GenreAlternative rock, post-grunge
ProducerEd Roland
Collective Soul chronology
Seven Year Itch: Greatest Hits, 1994–2001
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

On September 18, 2001, Collective Soul released their greatest hits compilation Seven Year Itch: Greatest Hits, 1994–2001 (stylized as 7even Year Itch). The compilation includes songs recorded from 1994 to 2001 and included two new tracks, "Next Homecoming" and "Energy".[2] Seven Year Itch received decent reviews and was relatively successful. It sold 225,000 copies in the first year after its release and reached number fifty on the Billboard 200; in Canada, it reached number nine on its albums chart and went platinum.

The compilation has sold over 500,000 copies. It saw a resurgence in sales after Collective Soul began putting out albums on their own independent label, El Music Group, beginning in 2004.[citation needed]

Seven Year Itch was the last album Collective Soul released through Atlantic Records and their last album to feature guitarist Ross Childress, who had been with the band since its 1993/1994 debut.

Track listing[edit]

  • All tracks written by Ed Roland, except where indicated.
  1. "Heavy"  – 2:55
  2. "She Said"  – 4:14
    • Originally from Dosage
    • Written as 4:51 in CD Case; in reference to the version from the soundtrack to the film Scream 2.
  3. "Shine"  – 5:06
  4. "Energy"  – 3:19
    • Previously unreleased
  5. "Run"  – 4:33
    • Originally from Dosage
  6. "Gel"  – 2:58
  7. "Precious Declaration"  – 3:41
  8. "Why, Pt. 2"  – 3:37
  9. "The World I Know" (Roland, Ross Childress)  – 4:15
    • Originally from Collective Soul
  10. "Next Homecoming"  – 3:11
    • Previously unreleased
  11. "Listen"  – 4:12
    • Originally from Disciplined Breakdown
  12. "December"  – 4:43
    • Originally from Collective Soul
  13. "Forgiveness"  – 5:00
    • Originally from Disciplined Breakdown

Track notes[edit]

  • "She Said" was previously released as a hidden track on Dosage, where it was merged on the same track as the album's listed closer "Crown". A different mix of "She Said" was first released on the Scream 2 soundtrack.
  • Some releases have "Perfect Day" featuring Elton John, originally from Blender as track 7 following "Gel", moving "Precious Declaration" onwards down one place.



  1. ^ Seven Year Itch: Greatest Hits, 1994–2001 at AllMusic
  2. ^ "CD REVIEWS: Tori Amos, Live, Macy Gray and many more". Chart Attack!, September 18, 2001 By: Debbie Bento and Darrin Keene