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North marks the long-awaited return of alternative rockers Matchbox Twenty. The band's fifth studio album is the first since 2007, following a three year hiatus which ended in 2010.
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This was probably a 3* album on first listen, but now, 2 weeks and many listens after release, it's easily 4*. The more you listen, the more you hear. Paul's drumming really drives a number of the songs along (not unlike on How Far We've Come) and Kyle's guitar playing is more mature, with some great riffs and subtleties which you don't pick up on first time around. It's also an album which sounds better louder, which is a good sign for upcoming tours, as this was clearly created for the live show.
There's no denying that there is more of an obvious underlying happiness to the album, and maybe this is being mistaken for 'rubbish', but there's more to this album if you give it time. I think people need to accept that Yourself Or Someone Like You was very much the Rob Thomas show after Tabitha's Secret (with 3am being from Don't Play With Matches),reflecting on travelling, growing up and tough times, whilst this is an album by a tight group of friends entering their forties, who are quite happy with life. There's nothing wrong with that and I'm enjoying it for exactly what it is.Read more ›
I dont think this album is as horrible as many reviewers are making it out. But I can agree they have delivered better.
The best way of putting it is- Did you like Rob's solo albums or did you think he sounded like he was chasing the mainstream/ pop charts too hard on those. I actually really liked both Rob's albums so I'm not adverse to the guys trying something different on their first group album in ten years. But if you couldnt accept the direction Rob took on his solo work, then I guess this album will be a disappointment and it's best to let this one pass you by.
It does start off with that good old rock sound of old on opener Parade. It's a pretty solid opener.
She's so mean - to me, I dont find it any more poppy than a song like Disease sounded in 2002. It's quite a catchy number.
Put your hands up and Like Sugar are probably the more poppy sounding tracks on the album but they arent horrible .
Overjoyed, I will, Sleeping at the wheel, I believe in everything , straight for this life, the way are the stand outs for me
but i wouldnt write this album off , unless you are looking for a total rock album.
With Matchbox Twenty being one of my all time favourite bands, I love this album and will probably love anything that MB20/Rob Thomas release. There are some stunning tracks here that probably won't end up as singles, but are hauntingly beautiful all the same and are the most like the Matchbox Twenty older fans know and love. Songs like She's So Mean and Put Your Hands Up are the furthest from the traditional Matchbox sound and more comparable to that of Maroon 5 and other current pop acts.
It's a very mixed bag of songs but if you're a die-hard MB20 fan, you'll probably love everything on the album. Baring in mind that Matchbox Twenty's first album was released in 1996, it's understandable that in that time, music has changed and so have they. Their older albums are still the better of their discography but North is still deserving of a place in fan's hearts. If you're buying North as an existing MB20 fan, it'll likely never live up to their past albums, but I'd much rather have North after 10 years than no album at all!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Superb work. Sadly the last album with Kyle on guitar, but it's exciting to see what will happen next.Published 4 months ago by The Hippy Chick
this is my first matchbox twenty cd and i have to say that in my opinion there isn,t a bad track on itPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love M20, but this is their lowest ebb. Over-produced, but I'm fine with such things. The problem is that while there are a few nuggets, as always from these boys, it's mixed... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alastair Ross
This is a fantastic CD from a band I have been a fan of for many years. Lost of songs old and new, a really enjoyable CD enjoyed by all the familyPublished 9 months ago by jo1970
Best album to date. Love them, they never fail to deliver brilliant music!Published 12 months ago by bohemian pepper