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Most of the album was recorded in one week at a barn in Massachusetts.
The musicians included co-producer/drummer Ben Wittman, guitarist Kevin Barry and bassist Tony Levin.
Cole wrote the 11 songs on the album including two from early in her career, "Imaginary Man" and "Manitoba".
Her mother had saved these songs on cassette tapes.
The album is a recording of her live New York City show on May 1, 2016 but also includes re-recordings of two of her biggest commercial hits.
The album's title comes from a lyric from her song Tiger. On the 20th June Paula posted a video to Instagram which stated her new album will be called Revolution.
The songs demanded to be written and released, as if my subconscious needed to reach out to me; to tell me what it thought about all I was going through.
She appeared with Melissa Etheridge to sing a duet on VH1 though she was not well known at the time. The record company reissued Harbinger in the autumn of 1995.
Within that year of Harbinger's release, Imago Records went out of business. To replace Sinead O'Connor who left the tour, Cole joined the two last legs of Peter Gabriel's 1993–94 Secret World tour.
Paula Cole (born April 5, 1968) is an American singer-songwriter. " reached the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1997, and the following year she won a Grammy Award for Best New Artist.
Her song "I Don't Want to Wait" was used as the theme song of the television show Dawson's Creek.