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Editors’ Notes

Not so long ago, when boy bands and rap rock ruled the roost — few pop music fans could foresee a day when Matchbox Twenty’s efforts would be collected in a greatest hits package. That day is here, with the release of Exile On Mainstream. The group has survived multiple trends using a simple formula: honesty. Despite its sunny compositions, Matchbox Twenty addresses serious topics (“3AM” is inspired by singer Rob Thomas’ mother’s battle with cancer and “Push” is about emotional abuse). Its fans have appreciated the group’s candidness and responded by vaulting the band to arena status.

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How far we've come, Long day, 3Am am

Their songs are great

Classic songs

I've found this band a month ago but I've heard there songs forever i just never knew what band it was. So now i have bought an album great band!

All the time

This will always be my favorite album because when I was little my mom would play it ALL THE TIME and now I still listen to it all the time :)

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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