|Also known as||SoulDecision|
|Origin||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
Soul Decision (stylized as soulDecision) was a Canadian band active from 1993 to 2005. They are best known for the single, "Faded", which hit number-one in Canada in 2000.
The group was formed in Vancouver under the original name 'Indecision' by singer and multi-instrumentalist Trevor Guthrie, singer David Bowman, and keyboard player Ken Lewko, who were studying music together at Capilano College. Before signing a record deal, they released a couple of singles that received national top 40 radio airplay. The success of those singles led them to a record deal with Universal Music. However, due to naming conflicts, they had to change their name from Indecision, a requirement they were unhappy with; they in fact, allowed their manager, Garry Francis, to choose the new name soulDecision. Launched at the height of the boy band era, they would fall right into the category of "boy band." The group's first studio album entitled No One Does It Better was recorded in Velvet Sound Studios in Sydney, Australia and released on February 22, 2000 in Canada. The album's lead single "Faded", an up-tempo pop tune mixed with R&B and featuring a rap sequence by Thrust, was a hit in Canada, reaching number one on the country's singles chart. It also reached number 22 in the United States. The follow-up single, "Ooh It's Kinda Crazy", also was a hit in Canada, and at one time became the number one request on MTV's Total Request Live. No One Does It Better sold over one million copies worldwide.
|2000||No One Does It Better
|2004||Shady Satin Drug
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
|1998||"Ooh It's Kinda Crazy"||45||—||—|
|1999||"Faded" (featuring Thrust)||1||23||22||No One Does It Better|
|2000||"No One Does It Better"||10||—||—|
|"Ooh It's Kinda Crazy" (re-release)||18||49||—|
|2001||"Let's Do It Right"||—||—||—|
|2004||"Cadillac Dress"||—||—||—||Shady Satin Drug|
|"Kiss the Walls"||—||—||—|
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