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Its been 20 years since Joe's last solo release being 'songs for a dying planet' in 1992, at that point in his life he was just about to take on the hardest task a man has to do. Two years later Henley and Frey would get the eagles back together for their hell freezes over launch and really helped Joe get sober and he's remained sober from then to now which is remarkable and well done to the bloke.
Here we have the album analog man, hands down this is probably going to be my favorite album released this year by far and really takes the analog recording process of how it used to be and stays away from the digital side of an album creation today which in this day in age is what i… Read more
Where to start with an album this Superior to every other alternative album out there.
Every song on the album could have been a single when released way back in 1997. Musicians include, Stephan Jenkins (vocals,percussion,drums, guitar, keyboard) Kevin Cadogan (guitar, backing vox, auto harp) Arion Salazar (bass, backing vox, piano) Brad Hargreaves (drums)additional musician, Michael Urbano (drums)and producer Eric Valentine who would contribute to adding various instruments to accompany the musicians.
Tracks on the album are:
1. Losing a Whole Year
3. Semi-Charmed Life
6. How's It Going to Be… Read more
Where do I start with an album this fantastic.
This is matchbox twenty's debut album released in 1996 and I must say I only heard of the band two years ago and am 17 years old.
This would be an album expected by a band's 3rd or 4th release but for a debut it's simply amazing!
My personal favourites include real world (great opening track for the album), 3AM, Push, Back 2 good, damn & hang - not a bad song on this album, they all could be singles. Rob Thomas is a lyrical genius.
I cannot recommend this album enough, just buy it if you haven't heard of the band before & you won't be disappointed.
I also recommend Third Eye Blind's debut too as it is… Read more