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Grammy-winner for Best New Artist in 1997, alt-rock singer/songwriter Paula Cole rose to stardom with her signature hit 'Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?' from her 1996 Warner Bros. Debut album This Fire. The acclaimed disc also delivered 'Me' and the smash 'I Don't Want to Wait,' a song that amassed global fame as the theme to TV's Dawson's Creek. A key performer in the first Lilith Fair tour, Cole's unique artistry deepened on 1999's soulful alt-pop-skewed Amen, whose stand-outs include the title track and 'I Believe in Love.' All these and more favorites' plus 2 previously unreleased tracks 'Tomorrow I Will Be Yours' and the title track 'Postcards from East Oceanside', make this first-ever Paula Cole compilation an ideal way to explore her distinctive music.
Grammy-winner for Best New Artist in 1997, alt-rock singer/songwriter Paula Cole rose to stardom with her signature hit 'Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?' from her 1996 Warner Bros. Debut album This Fire. The acclaimed disc also delivered 'Me' and the smash 'I Don't Want to Wait,' a song that amassed global fame as the theme to TV's Dawson's Creek. A key performer in the first Lilith Fair tour, Cole's unique artistry deepened on 1999's soulful alt-pop-skewed Amen, whose stand-outs include the title track and 'I Believe in Love.' All these and more favorites' plus 2 previously unreleased tracks 'Tomorrow I Will Be Yours' and the title track 'Postcards from East Oceanside', make this first-ever Paula Cole compilation an ideal way to explore her distinctive music.
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Format: CD
Label: RHI
Catalog: 77616
Rel. Date: 06/20/2006
UPC: 081227761622

Greatest Hits: Postcards from East Oceanside
Artist: Paula Cole
Format: CD
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Grammy-winner for Best New Artist in 1997, alt-rock singer/songwriter Paula Cole rose to stardom with her signature hit 'Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?' from her 1996 Warner Bros. Debut album This Fire. The acclaimed disc also delivered 'Me' and the smash 'I Don't Want to Wait,' a song that amassed global fame as the theme to TV's Dawson's Creek. A key performer in the first Lilith Fair tour, Cole's unique artistry deepened on 1999's soulful alt-pop-skewed Amen, whose stand-outs include the title track and 'I Believe in Love.' All these and more favorites' plus 2 previously unreleased tracks 'Tomorrow I Will Be Yours' and the title track 'Postcards from East Oceanside', make this first-ever Paula Cole compilation an ideal way to explore her distinctive music.

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''Postcards from East Oceanside: Greatest Hits'' is Paula Cole's first compilation album. It also includes two new tracks, "Tomorrow I Will Be Yours" and "Postcards From East Oceanside". - Wikipedia

        
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