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Blue October

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Formed during the post-grunge heyday of the mid-1990s, Blue October is a long-running rock band best known for the platinum-selling singles "Hate Me" and "Into the Ocean." Blue October was launched in 1995 in Houston, Texas, by songwriter Justin Furstenfeld, drummer Jeremy Furstenfeld, bassist Liz Mulally, and violinist Ryan Delahoussaye. This lineup appeared on the band's 1998 debut, The Answers. After several changes in personnel, Blue October signed with Universal and made its major-label debut with 2000's Consent to Treatment, followed by History for Sale in 2003. Although neither record managed to chart in America, History for Sale's "Calling You" appeared on the American Pie Wedding soundtrack and reached Number 35 on the Adult Top 40 chart. This success helped set the stage for Blue October's commercial breakthrough in 2006, when the album Foiled reached Number 29 on the Billboard 200 and yielded a pair of platinum hits. "Hate Me," the record's lead single, reached Number 31 on the Billboard Hot 100, while "Into the Ocean" climbed to Number 10 on the Adult Top 40. Foiled went platinum, too, and marked the beginning of sixth consecutive Top 40 albums in the US, including 2009's Approaching Normal, 2016's Home, and 2018's I Hope You're Happy. Although 2020's This Is What I Live For stalled at Number 102 on the Billboard 200, it still produced the hit songs "Moving On (So Long)" and "Oh My My," both of which were Top 40 hits on the Alternative Airplay chart. Additional hits on the same chart with the band's 2022 release, Spinning the Truth Around, Pt. 1, whose track list included the radio single "Where Did You Go I'm Less of a Mess These Days."