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i started listening to Matthew and his band back when I was only 13 years old. I first witnessed their awesome potential when I heard the song "Hello Time Bomb", at the time I wasn't fully aware who they even were but I was inspired. It soon became my favorite song which I would play over and over again on my walkman. For a teenager the Matthew Good band was everything I ever wanted the heavy riffs and rock n roll style, with the ability to switch and play something a little lighter. I loved them, but as I grew up i I felt that Matthew grew up with me. His songs all still hit the right heart strings and make me love his music even more than ever. I am so happy that this album is out and once again he has shown maturity and an amazing style to represent himself with that has grown in my heart ever since I was that 13 year old looking for something that would speak to me on the same level of mixed emotions.

Thanks Matt for everything, the memories, the pain, the joy. I just wish that we can all continue to enjoy this trip we've had together.

Very Good (Parden The Pun)

Non Populus may be the best song of 2011.


Great album!! Non populus is the best $1.29 you could spend. Lovely and darkly beautiful.


Born: June 29, 1971 in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

Genre: Rock

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

Canadian singer/songwriter Matthew Good rose to prominence in the mid-'90s fronting the popular alt-rock group Matthew Good Band. A crafty songwriter with a strong melodic sense and a somewhat brash outspokenness, Good led MGB from regional success in their native Vancouver to Juno-winning, double-platinum status over the course of four albums before the group disbanded in 2002. The following year, he made his solo debut with Avalanche, a more brooding and thoughtful stylistic departure that featured...
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