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It Won't Be Soon Before Long.

Maroon 5

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Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine proves that nice guys can be soul men on his band’s second studio album, It Won’t Be Soon Before Long. His ability to slink, tease and testify without descending into false swagger is little short of amazing. Of course, his affable charm was a major reason why tunes like “This Love” and “She Will Be Loved” became ubiquitous hits, but this album demonstrates Maroon 5’s real strength: clever yet sincere songwriting. Nearly every track here is a potential single, driven by sinuous rhythms and flashing flawless hooks. Memphis R&B is a key reference point — “Back At Your Door,””Makes Me Wonder, “Kiwi” and similar tracks carry the erotic kick of vintage Al Green. There’s an ‘80s funk-pop vibe evident as well, heard in “If I Never See Your Face Again” and “Can’t Stop,” and “Won’t Go Home Without You” adds a little melodic rock for balance. Levine remains a persuasive vocalist throughout, whether he comes across as beseeching (“Little of Your Time”) or anxious (“Nothing Lasts Forever”). His sincere brand of suavity — along with his band’s finely-honed musical thrust — put It Won’t Soon Before Long across beautifully.

Customer Reviews

So Amazing - TBTR

Maroon 5 are one of my favorite groups and I am so excited that they finally released this album! 1. If I Never See Your Face Again - A great pop track wth a catchy hook. 8/10 2. Makes Me Wonder - Really good catchy upbeat song! You've heard it! 9.5/10 3 Little Of Your Time - I love this song! Don't be fooled by the preview, it is one of the best upbeat tracks on the album.10/10 4 Wake Up Call - Amazing song! So catchy and great lyrics! Best upbeat song on the album! 10/10 5 Won't Go Homw Without You - A nice ballad. I like it! 9/10 6 Nothing Last Forever - Pretty good slower song! 7.5/10 7 Can't Stop - Their upbeat songs on this album are amazing! 9/10 8 Goodnight Goodnight - One of the slower songs. 8/10 9 Not Falling Apart - Medium tempo song that is actually really good! 8.5/10 10 Kiwi - Cool upbeat song with a Prince-like chorus. 8.7/10 11 Better Than We Break - Second best slow song on the album 9/10 12 Back At Your Door - Best slow song on the album 10/10 13 Figure It Out - Cool song! 9.5/10 Definite Hits Makes Me Wonder Little Of Your Time Wake Up Call Won't Go Home Without You Can't Stop Back At Your Door Recomended Downloads If I Never See Your Face Again Makes Me Wonder Little Of Your Time Wake Up Call Won't Go Home Without You Can't Stop Kiwi Back At Your Door Figure It Out

Solid effort, don't doubt the lasting value of this LP.

Five years was a long wait but they didn't rush things for a reason. They gave it time and about perfected this soul-pop sophmore album. The first song is already qualified as a "long time fav" in my book. As much as "Makes Me Wonder" has gotten radio play, I don't feel like it's burnt out yet. The third and fourth tracks get you into that dirty pop Maroon 5 feel that we so crave. "Won't Go Home Without You" is a back to basics, simple song. It's comforting lyrics are nailed with Levine's earnest enunciation's, accompanied by a tight, refined melody. Next song sends you to the clouds with it's heavenly guitar runs entwined with Adam's bittersweet lyrics. Then we return to earth with "Can't Stop" and that familiar Maroon 5 sound that we can't stop itching for. "Goodnight Goodnight" has a nostalgic vibe that is similar to the likes of "She Will Be Loved". And the ride keeps movin' along smoothly 'til a change of tone with "Kiwi". This song impressed me with classy backgrounds including slick horn riffs, neat electronic sounds, subtle bongo rhythms, and a guitar shreddin' finish. "Better That We Break" suggests a farewell gently expressed by Adam's often frictionless voice. The official last song in this LP, "Back At Your Door", has a nicely orchestrated background reminiscent of a few old soul ballads. Maroon 5 executes on this album and rewards us with some quality, replayable material! The tunes aren't overbearing as I sometimes fear when greatly anticipated albums are released. Each song shines because sharp production always prevails.


I pre-ordered this album expecting a lot, and it met every bit of my expectations. The song "I wont go home without you" is a new favorite, and the songs that follow it are equally amazing. I recommend anyone who enjoys Maroon 5 to purchase this album as soon as they can get their hands on it - you won't be dissapointed.


Formed: 1999 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

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

A mix of polished pop/rock and neo-soul made Maroon 5 one of the most popular bands of the new millennium, with songs like "This Love," "She Will Be Loved," and "Makes Me Wonder" all topping the charts worldwide. Previously, bandmates Adam Levine (vocals/guitar), Jesse Carmichael (keyboards), Mickey Madden (bass), and Ryan Dusick (drums) had spent the latter half of the '90s playing in Kara's Flowers, even releasing a debut album for Reprise Records while still attending high school. The record tanked,...
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