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Hanson - Discography (1995-2010): A Retrospective




Hanson is an American pop rock band that rose to fame in the late 1990s with their catchy hit song "MMMBop". The band consists of three brothers: Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson, who started making music together when they were very young. They have released 11 studio albums, 4 live albums, 6 compilation albums, 25 EPs, 26 singles and 2 demo albums from 1995 to 2010. In this article, we will take a look at their discography and how it reflects their musical evolution and achievements.




Hanson - Discography (1995-2010)


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The Early Years (1995-1997)




Hanson's first album was called Boomerang and it was released independently in 1995. It featured mostly original songs written by the brothers, as well as some covers of classic rock and soul songs. The album was recorded in a professional studio with the help of their father, who also played bass on some tracks. The album sold about 5,000 copies and received some local radio airplay.


Their second album was called MMMBop and it was also released independently in 1996. It was named after their signature song, which they wrote when they were only 11, 9 and 6 years old. The song was inspired by the Beach Boys and the Jackson 5 and it had a catchy chorus that repeated the word "MMMBop". The album also featured other original songs and covers, as well as a guest appearance by blues legend Johnny Lang. The album sold about 50,000 copies and attracted the attention of major record labels.


Their third album was called Middle of Nowhere and it was their major label debut with Mercury Records in 1997. It was produced by the Dust Brothers, who had worked with artists like Beck and Beastie Boys. The album showcased Hanson's pop rock sound with influences from soul, funk and gospel. The album spawned four singles: "MMMBop", which became a worldwide hit and reached number one in 27 countries; "Where's the Love", which was a top ten hit in several countries; "I Will Come to You", which was a ballad that reached number nine on the Billboard Hot 100; and "Weird", which was a mid-tempo song that dealt with feeling different and misunderstood. The album sold over 10 million copies worldwide and earned three Grammy nominations for Best New Artist, Record of the Year and Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.


The Mature Years (1998-2004)




Hanson's fourth album was called Snowed In and it was a Christmas-themed album released in 1998. It featured original songs and covers of traditional Christmas songs, as well as a hidden track called "Merry Christmas Baby". The album had a warm and cozy vibe that suited the holiday season. The album sold over one million copies worldwide and reached number seven on the Billboard 200.


Their fifth album was called This Time Around and it was released in 2000. It was produced by Mark Hudson, who had worked with artists like Aerosmith and Ringo Starr. The album had a more mature and diverse sound that incorporated elements of rock, blues, soul and hip hop. The album featured guest appearances by John Popper of Blues Traveler, Jonny Lang and Matthew Sweet. The album spawned three singles: "This Time Around", which was a rock anthem that reached number 20 on the Billboard Hot 100; "If Only", which was a soulful ballad that reached number 15 on the UK Singles Chart; and "Penny & Me", which was a nostalgic song that reached number two on the Billboard Adult Top 40. The album sold over one million copies worldwide and reached number 19 on the Billboard 200.


Their sixth album was called Underneath and it was released in 2004. It was their first independent release under their own label, 3CG Records, after leaving Island Def Jam Music Group due to creative differences. The album was produced by Hanson themselves, along with Greg Wells, Danny Kortchmar and Bob Marlette. The album had a more organic and acoustic sound that reflected their musical roots and influences. The album featured guest appearances by Matthew Sweet, Michelle Branch and Carole King. The album spawned four singles: "Penny & Me", which was re-released from their previous album; "Lost Without Each Other", which was a pop rock song that reached number one on the Billboard Adult Top 40; "Underneath", which was a heartfelt ballad that reached number five on the Billboard Adult Top 40; and "Deeper", which was an upbeat song that reached number eight on the Billboard Adult Top 40. The album sold over half a million copies worldwide and reached number one on the Billboard Independent Albums chart.


The Later Years (2005-2010)




Hanson's seventh album was called The Walk and it was released in 2007. It was produced by Hanson themselves, along with Danny Kortchmar and Stephen Lironi. The album had a more experimental and eclectic sound that incorporated elements of African music, gospel, reggae and rock. The album featured guest appearances by Tinted Windows, Deborah Harry of Blondie and members of an African children's choir. The album spawned three singles: "Great Divide", which was an uplifting song that donated its proceeds to AIDS research in Africa; "Go", which was a rock song that reached number nine on the Billboard Adult Top 40; and "Been There Before", which was a pop song that reached number seven on the Billboard Adult Top 40. The album sold over 100,000 copies worldwide and reached number four on the Billboard Independent Albums chart.


Their eighth album was called Shout It Out and it was released in 2010. It was produced by Hanson themselves, along with Mark Hudson. The album had a more upbeat and fun sound that paid homage to their influences from the '60s and '70s, such as Motown, Stax and Beatles. The album featured guest appearances by Funk Brothers, Dap-Kings Horns and Michael McDonald of Doobie Brothers. The album spawned three singles: "Thinking 'Bout Somethin'", which was a funky song that reached number two on the Billboard Adult Top 40; "Give a Little", which was a catchy song that reached number six on the Billboard Adult Top 40; and "Musical Ride", which was a fan-voted song that reached number eight on the Billboard Adult Top 40. The album sold over 100,000 copies worldwide and reached number two on the Billboard Independent Albums chart.


Conclusion




Hanson - Discography (1995-2010) is a remarkable collection of albums that showcases Hanson's musical talent, versatility and longevity. From their breakthrough hit "MMMBop" to their latest single "Musical Ride", Hanson has proven to be one of the most successful pop rock bands of their generation. They have sold over 16 million records worldwide, earned three Grammy nominations, created their own label, supported various causes and inspired countless fans around the world. Hanson - Discography (1995-2010) is a must-have for any music lover who appreciates quality pop rock music.


The Recent Years (2011-2020)




Hanson's ninth album was called Anthem and it was released in 2013. It was produced by Hanson themselves, along with Mark Hudson and Paul David Hager. The album had a more energetic and upbeat sound that reflected their positive attitude and outlook on life. The album featured guest appearances by Tom Keifer of Cinderella, Fitz and the Tantrums and Imani Coppola. The album spawned three singles: "Get the Girl Back", which was a retro-pop song that reached number 23 on the Billboard Adult Top 40; "Fired Up", which was a rock song that reached number 29 on the Billboard Adult Top 40; and "I Was Born", which was an inspirational song that featured vocals from their children. The album sold over 50,000 copies worldwide and reached number 22 on the Billboard 200.


Their tenth album was called String Theory and it was released in 2018. It was a symphonic project that featured new and reworked songs from their previous albums, accompanied by a full orchestra. The album was produced by Hanson themselves, along with David Campbell, who also arranged the orchestral parts. The album featured guest appearances by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. The album spawned two singles: "Siren Call", which was a dramatic song that showcased their vocal harmonies; and "Reaching for the Sky", which was a soaring song that expressed their ambition and perseverance. The album sold over 20,000 copies worldwide and reached number 81 on the Billboard 200.


Their eleventh album was called Against the World and it was released in 2021. It was a concept album that explored different themes and genres in each song, such as love, hope, fear, joy and pain. The album was produced by Hanson themselves, along with John Fields, who had worked with artists like Jonas Brothers and Switchfoot. The album featured guest appearances by Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick, Mike Love of Beach Boys and Elle King. The album spawned seven singles: "Annalie", which was a folk-pop song that reached number 18 on the Billboard Adult Top 40; "Don't Ever Change", which was a power-pop song that reached number 15 on the Billboard Adult Top 40; "Only Love", which was a reggae-pop song that reached number 12 on the Billboard Adult Top 40; "Fearless", which was a gospel-pop song that reached number nine on the Billboard Adult Top 40; "Against the World", which was a rock-pop song that reached number six on the Billboard Adult Top 40; "Stronger", which was a soul-pop song that reached number four on the Billboard Adult Top 40; and "Bad for Me", which was a funk-pop song that reached number one on the Billboard Adult Top 40. The album sold over 100,000 copies worldwide and reached number one on the Billboard Independent Albums chart.


The Future Years (2021-)




Hanson has announced that they are working on their twelfth album, which will be called Red Green Blue. It will be a tribute album that will feature covers of songs by their favorite artists from different genres and eras, such as Elvis Presley, Bob Marley, Prince, U2 and Coldplay. The album will be produced by Hanson themselves, along with Steve Lillywhite, who had worked with artists like U2, Dave Matthews Band and Peter Gabriel. The album will feature guest appearances by Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, Adele and Beyoncé. The album is expected to be released in 2022.


Hanson has also announced that they are planning to celebrate their 30th anniversary as a band in 2023. They will release a documentary film that will chronicle their journey from their childhood to their present day. They will also embark on a world tour that will visit all the countries where they have performed or have fans. They will also host a fan festival in their hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they will perform special shows, meet and greet their fans, and unveil a statue of themselves at the Tulsa Music Hall of Fame.


Conclusion




Hanson - Discography (1995-2010) is an impressive collection of albums that showcases Hanson's musical talent, versatility and longevity. From their breakthrough hit "MMMBop" to their latest single "Bad for Me", Hanson has proven to be one of the most successful pop rock bands of their generation. They have sold over 16 million records worldwide, earned three Grammy nominations, created their own label, supported various causes and inspired countless fans around the world. Hanson - Discography (1995-2010) is a must-have for any music lover who appreciates quality pop rock music. And with their upcoming album Red Green Blue and their 30th anniversary celebration in 2023, Hanson shows no signs of slowing down or stopping anytime soon. 6c859133af


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