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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: ja
  • ASIN: B00007DPIS
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
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For the uninitiated (stumbled across this band / album by happy chance, maybe?) Matchbox Twenty is perhaps the best kept secret of US music as far as the UK is concerned, although some Brits may remember Rob Thomas, the band's lead singer, accompanying Santana on 1999's 'Smooth'. The band's sound could be described as Counting Crows meets Stereophonics meets itself in a dark alley... Not that the music's too dark - although some of Thomas' lyrical twists make classic just-been-dumped listening - fans of the band's previous two albums ('Yourself or Someone Like You' (1998) and 'Mad Season' (2001)) will already have motored down the M20 with some of m20's dashboard-thumping anthems blaring at their grinning mugs (or at least thought of it...).
So what about m20's latest offering? First impressions were that this was capital-"R" Rock that was in danger of sounding overly commercial, but somehow managed to polish up rougher. All the sophistication you'd hope for from a band's third album is there, and more - it will grab you on first listening, but put a bit more effort in and you will be rewarded by being gripped even tighter.
From the off, first track 'Feel' kicks the listener in the back with Brian Yale's Rottweiler-style bass, and the fact that the next track, 'Disease' was co-written by Mick Jagger might lead one to believe that the stall has been set out firmly in Rockville. However, what follows, in the form of 'Bright Lights', is a complex, building ode to the loss of a loved one to ambition and star-strike, with a strong piano presence, and this rich complexity is continued throughout the album, yet somehow managing to avoid feeling schizophrenic.
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For the uninitiated (stumbled across this band / album by happy chance, maybe?) Matchbox Twenty is perhaps the best kept secret of US music as far as the UK is concerned, although some Brits may remember Rob Thomas, the band's lead singer, accompanying Santana on 1999's 'Smooth'. The band's sound could be described as Counting Crows meets Stereophonics meets itself in a dark alley... Not that the music's too dark - although some of Thomas' lyrical twists make classic just-been-dumped listening - fans of the band's previous two albums ('Yourself or Someone Like You' (1998) and 'Mad Season' (2001)) will already have motored down the M20 with some of m20's dashboard-thumping anthems blaring at their grinning mugs (or at least thought of it...).
So what about m20's latest offering? First impressions were that this was capital-"R" Rock that was in danger of sounding overly commercial, but somehow managed to polish up rougher. All the sophistication you'd hope for from a band's third album is there, and more - it will grab you on first listening, but put a bit more effort in and you will be rewarded by being gripped even tighter.
From the off, first track 'Feel' kicks the listener in the back with Brian Yale's Rottweiler-style bass, and the fact that the next track, 'Disease' was co-written by Mick Jagger might lead one to believe that the stall has been set out firmly in Rockville. However, what follows, in the form of 'Bright Lights', is a complex, building ode to the loss of a loved one to ambition and star-strike, with a strong piano presence, and this rich complexity is continued throughout the album, yet somehow managing to avoid feeling schizophrenic.
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With hits like 3AM, Bent and Push, Matchbox Twenty has undeniably some of the best-written, well-structured songs and lyrics. These range from angsty, morose, or melancholic, to beautiful, soulful lyrics and beats. And for those who are new to Matchbox, please do not be misled into thinking that MB20 is just your ordinary rock or alternative band. As frontman Rob Thomas says, they don't belong to any specific category, and this makes versatility possible.
The thing I love best about MB20 is that they have a good balance of styles --- ranging from a cross between ballads, rock, alternative, and soul, catering to everyone. And if you thought 2000's Mad Season was good let me tell you that More Than You Think You Are is simply terrific, one that is definitely a treat for all Matchbox Twenty fans.
Once again, expect to hear real angsty songs, particularly the hard rocking opening track Feel, and the album's first single,Disease. Rock fanatics would also be delighted to know the latter was co-written by Rob Thomas and Mick Jagger. And compared to its predecessor, Mad Season, this album has even more diversity and heartfelt, wholesome lyrics. Each song being very different from the song before it, and still being just as captivating, clearly justifies the group's versatility and creativity.And what never fails to impress me are the assortment of instruments these guys can play and their ability to incorporate classical elements like choirs and violins into their distinctly rock, funky music.
Each track is easily a favourite. But there are exceptional tracks like Unwell, Could I Be You (written by Paul) and Hand Me Down.
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