No More No Less

Album: Dosage (1999)
Charted: 123


  • In this reflective song, lead singer Ed Roland takes on an air of humility. He drops some heavy lines like, "Lead me to my urgency," but then lightens the mood with a dance groove as he completes the chorus with "So let's shake it like this."
  • The drum loop in the background is not a drum at all - it's a glass falling and breaking looped over and over. In this era, the band did plenty of in-studio experimentation. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Aaron - Chicago, IL

Comments: 5

  • Nathan from Sherwood, OrI wish there were more bands out there like collective soul. They are everything a band should be. I wanna be ryans friend so we can go to a collective soul concert! lol
  • Jim from Iowa City, IaThe title of this song comes from Yoda's famous line in "The Phantom Menace."
  • S from Aberdeen, United StatesThey are the best band ever!
  • Ryan from Lakewood, Ohyou should go see them dana. i saw them live and they were absolutely amazing
  • Dana from Biloxi, MsWhat a great band. I would love to see them live.
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