Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid is the debut album of Atlanta rock band Collective Soul. It was first released on a small indie label in Atlanta, called Rising Storm Records. This version included an additional track not on the Atlantic version, an orchestral ballad titled "Beautiful World". The album attracted attention to the band and they signed on with Atlantic Records and re-released the album in 1994 under the Atlantic label.
The album's title is derived from the lyrics of Paul Simon's 1986 hit "You Can Call Me Al". The cover art itself is a modified version of the original logo of Stephen Sondheim's 1979 Broadway musical, Sweeney Todd. Its biggest hit is the first track, "Shine", which still garners radio play.
|1994||The Billboard 200||15|
|1994||"Shine"||Billboard Hot 100||11|
|1994||"Shine"||Mainstream Rock Tracks||1|
|1994||"Shine"||Modern Rock Tracks||4|
|1994||"Shine"||Top 40 Mainstream||4|
|1994||"Breathe"||Mainstream Rock Tracks||12|
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