After independently releasing the album Remember Two Things and the extended play Recently on Bama Rags Records, Dave Matthews Band signed with RCA Records. They released their debut studio album Under the Table and Dreaming in September 1994. The album also spawned the single "Crush", which became the band's first entry on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number seventy-five. In February 2001, the band's fourth studio album, Everyday, was released. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and was certified three times platinum by the RIAA. It also featured the band's first Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, "The Space Between", which peaked at number twenty-two on the chart. The band's fifth studio album, Busted Stuff, also hit number one on the Billboard.
The album was sold in stores in addition to the band's online store. In July 2007, Starbucks released a nine-track compilation of the series, simply titled Live Trax, featuring selected tracks from the first nine volumes of the series. List of albums, with selected chart positions and recording information. Peak chart positions. Recording information. US. Live Trax Vol. 1. Released: November 2, 2004.
DMB Hold Off Aerosmith. Sales plunge doesn’t knock Dave Matthews Band out of the top slot. But Matthews’ second winning week wasn’t due to a lack of competitors. Aerosmith’s Just Push Play, their first album in four years, landed roughly 40,000 copies behind to score the Number Two position, just 5,000 copies ahead of Shaggy’s Hotshot, which continues to post strong sales as it cleared the four million copies sold mark last week. Also splashing onto the chart was Eve’s Scorpion, which bowed in at Number Four
Away From the World' is DMB's sixth straight No. 1; Top six on this week's chart are all debuts. For only the second time in history, the entire top six albums on the Billboard 200 chart are debuts. Led by Dave Matthews Band's "Away From the World" at No. 1, the top six are new arrivals for the first time since the Oct. 11, 2003 chart. That week, OutKast snared its first No. 1 with "Speakerboxx/The Love Below.
Directed by Roman Kachanov. With Pyotr Korshunkov, Mikhail Petrovsky, Stanislav Duzhnikov, Viktor Pavlov.