Orange Ave. Album

Seven Mary Three

About Orange Ave.

Orange Ave. is the fourth studio album by American post-grunge band Seven Mary Three. It was released on July 14, 1998 on Atlantic Records. The album peaked at #121 on the Billboard 200 on August 1, 1998. The album is named after a main street running through downtown Orlando, Florida, the band's hometown. The album's only Billboard-charting single was "Over Your Shoulder" (#7 on Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks and #16 on Hot Modern Rock Tracks). "Each Little Mystery" was also released as a single, but did not chart. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Giti Khalsa discussed the band's progression throughout their catalog and explained their fourth album's style: "We made American Standard when we were fresh out of college, and it represented that time. With RockCrown, it was very much a response to going from playing bars and fraternities to getting a record deal to selling a million records in a year. And Orange Ave. is a response to the last few years and us being a little further away than at the beginning and being able to look back and go, 'Okay, I get it now.' 


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