Eye Blind

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Pop Mart Tour - Tour Dates
3 North America 26 October 1997 Toronto Canada SkyDome Third Eye Blind 27 October 29 ... October 1997 Minneapolis United States Hubert H ... Pontiac Silverdome 2 November 1997 Montreal Canada Olympic Stadium Third Eye Blind 8 November 1997 St ... Smash Mouth 21 November 1997 New Orleans Louisiana Superdome Third Eye Blind 23 November 1997 San Antonio Alamodome 26 November 1997 Atlanta Georgia Dome Smash Mouth 28 November 1997 ...
A Collection (Third Eye Blind Album) - Rejected Options
... An acoustic version of the only Third Eye Blind single that didn't make the cut, "Anything", was originally going to be included, but was replaced (most likely due to its short-length and to even the amount of songs ... Forget Myself" "Wounded" "Palm Reader" "Slow Motion" (With Lyrics) Third Eye Blind Stephan Jenkins Brad Hargreaves Kevin Cadogan Tony Fredianelli Arion Salazar Studio albums Third Eye Blind Blue Out of ...
Abe Millett
... Third Eye Blind is an American alternative rock band formed in the early 1990s in San Francisco ... Third Eye Blind ranked #138 on the Top Pop Artists of the Past 25 Years chart ... Third Eye Blind has sold over 10 million copies worldwide ...
Abe Millett - Awards
... known as the Bammies and formerly the Bay Area Music Awards, Third Eye Blind won 3 awards (including Best Album, Best Songwriting, and Best Debut Work). 1999 – Third Eye Blind were nominated for 2 American Music Awards for Favorite Pop/Rock New Artist and Favorite Alternative Artist. 2000 – Third Eye Blind were nominated for 7 California Music Awards ...
Abe Millett - History - Self-titled and Blue (1997–2000)
... Third Eye Blind's first album, Third Eye Blind, was released in 1997 ... It also earned Third Eye Blind a Billboard Music Award for modern rock track of the year ... Although not received as well as Third Eye Blind, the album sold 75,000 copies the first week of release, and by 2003, had sold 1.25 million in the U.S ...

Famous quotes containing the words blind and/or eye:

    Are we no greater than the noise we make
    Along one blind atomic pilgrimage
    Whereon by crass chance billeted we go
    Because our brains and bones and cartilage
    Will have it so?
    Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869–1935)

    The reader uses his eyes as well as or instead of his ears and is in every way encouraged to take a more abstract view of the language he sees. The written or printed sentence lends itself to structural analysis as the spoken does not because the reader’s eye can play back and forth over the words, giving him time to divide the sentence into visually appreciated parts and to reflect on the grammatical function.
    J. David Bolter (b. 1951)