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North (Deluxe Version)

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Growing on me!!

Wasn't sure at all at first, but the more I play it the more I like it. Have to admit there are a couple of songs I really don't like, but hard to make a perfect album. Radio is simply a fantastic song, one of their best ever. Well done guys, looking forward to the gig in 4 weeks time!!

Slowly getting used to it…I think???

Not sure how I feel about this album. When I think Matchbox Twenty, I think Long day, Bent, 3am, Mad Season and Push. None of these songs have the same feel. No punchy lyrics or deep guitar riffs. The only song that I like at the moment, The Way, isn't even sung by Rob Thomas which I find extremely strange! Some of the songs are a lot more poppy than I expected too :\

Overjoyed

I've been waiting for this album for years, and Matchbox hasn't disappointed.

While they have taken the opportunity to dip into a more mainstream/modern sound ('Put Your Hands Up' in particular seems similar to their experimental 'So Sad, So Lonely'), they haven't lost the clean rock sound that has made them popular for so long (try 'Waiting On A Train' / 'Overjoyed').

A pleasure to listen to, and definitely worth every cent.

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Orlando, FL

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Upon the release of their debut album, Yourself or Someone Like You, in fall 1996, Matchbox Twenty was pigeonholed as one of the legions of post-grunge guitar bands that roamed the American pop scene in the middle of that decade. As their first single, "Push," climbed the charts, it was widely assumed (at least by cynical critics) that they were a one-hit wonder, but Yourself or Someone Like You continued to spin off singles well into 1998. By that time, the group's blend of '70s arena rock and early-'90s...
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