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|Songs from Black Mountain|
|Studio album by Live|
|Released||April 10, 2006|
|Singles from Songs from Black Mountain|
|Entertainment Weekly||B− |
Songs from Black Mountain is Live's seventh studio album, which was released in most countries on April 10, 2006. It was released on May 9 in Canada, May 29 in the UK and June 6 in the US. It was their only release through Epic Records. The first single, "The River", was released on March 21, 2006.
Although the album had some international success, including reaching number 1 in The Netherlands, it had the lowest U.S. sales of any of Live's studio albums since their first album, Mental Jewelry, peaking at number 52 on the Billboard 200.
Live signed with Epic Records in 2005, having left Radioactive after the release of their 2003 album, Birds of Pray. Singer Ed Kowalczyk explained that Songs from Black Mountain is in the same vein as Birds of Pray, "The album itself kind of took its lead from where we were with Birds of Pray, which was just a really basic, stripped [approach]...It's just amazing. It's just a great album and the excitement level of [Epic] and the band, everybody is just really pretty blown away by it."
All songs written by Ed Kowalczyk.
|UK Albums Chart||172|
|US Billboard 200||52|
|Swiss Albums Chart||73|
|Austrian Albums Chart||66|
|Dutch Albums Chart||1|
|Belgian (Flanders) Albums Chart||14|
|Swedish Albums Chart||14|
|Norwegian Albums Chart||4|
|Australian Albums Chart||4|
|New Zealand Albums Chart||6|
|German Albums Chart||73|
|Song||Peak chart positions|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|