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The Imago label folded and promotion of Harbinger was limited, affecting its sales.A single, "I Am So Ordinary", was released with a black and white video that reflected the album's artwork.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.The album's debut single, "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone? 11, its popularity bolstered by its use as the theme song for the hit teen drama series Dawson's Creek which debuted over a year after the album. 35 Airplay chart) was also released as a radio-only single.The title "Hush, Hush, Hush", a duet with Peter Gabriel, talks about AIDS and about a young man dying in his father's comforting arms.
The album which had guest appearances by DJ Premier and long-time Cole fan Tionne Watkins featured some R&B and hip-hop influences but failed to match the success of This Fire.A fourth album was recorded with Hugh Padgham but the label refused to release it; in 2005 Cole uploaded one of the tracks, "Singing Out My Life", to her own website to get her sound out there.She also recorded a song called "It's My Life" during these sessions, which can be heard in Mercury automobile commercials. Cole's fifth studio album, Ithaca, was released September 21, 2010."Feelin' Love" was a single that was included on the soundtrack to City of Angels. Cole was nominated for several Grammy Awards in 1997.Among them was "Producer of the Year" (Cole was the third woman to ever be nominated in this category after Janet Jackson in 1990 and Mariah Carey in 1992); she did not win, but she did go on to win "Best New Artist" that same year. In 1999 Cole released Amen with the newly formed "Paula Cole Band".