Matchbox Twenty - Exile On Mainstream [2007] [FLAC]

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Artist: Matchbox Twenty
Release: Exile On Mainstream
Discogs: 1091483
Released: 2007-10-02
Label: Atlantic
Catalog#: 304124-2
Format: FLAC / Lossless / Log (100%) / Cue / CD x 2, Compilation
Country: US
Style: Rock, Alternative Rock, Soft Rock, Pop Rock

Tracklisting:

01.01. How Far We've Come (3:31)
01.02. I'll Believe You When (3:16)
01.03. All Your Reasons (2:40)
01.04. These Hard Times (3:48)
01.05. If I Fall (2:48)
01.06. Can't Let You Go (3:29)
Bonus Track
01.07. Remedy (Live) (4:32)
01.08. Modern Love (Live) (3:52)
02.01. Long Day (3:45)
02.02. Push (3:57)
02.03. 3 A.M. (3:44)
02.04. Real World (3:51)
02.05. Back 2 Good (5:37)
02.06. Bent (4:17)
02.07. If You're Gone (4:34)
02.08. Mad Season (5:07)
02.09. Disease (3:38)
02.10. Unwell (3:57)
02.11. Bright Lights (4:01)

U.S. Best Buy stores initial pressing includes two Bonus Tracks: "Remedy (Live)" & "Modern Love (Live)".

Confidence can take you a long way. Matchbox Twenty have the self confidence of mainstream American pop rock, and twenty eight million album sales to show for it. For this music the rules have been laid down by Springsteen, U2 and INXS. The emphasis is on craftsmanship, 'classic' songs with bridges and middle eights, big gestures and bigger emotions.
This collection of hit singles contains 6 new songs. For these the band have slimmed down to a four piece and are writing collectively, rather than just being a vehicle for singer Rob ThomasΓÇÖ material. To my ears, these changes have done them a power of good. ΓÇ£How Far WeΓÇÖve ComeΓÇ¥ springs out of the traps like a sleek and hungry greyhound. It boasts a powerful hook and a tightly written and convincing lyric. ΓÇ£IΓÇÖll Believe You WhenΓÇ¥ and ΓÇ£If I FallΓÇ¥ are bright, sixties-style pop, ΓÇ£All Your ReasonsΓÇ¥ combines punchy rock with memorable harmonies. The writing and arrangements are polished and detailed. Steve LillywhiteΓÇÖs clean, well-lit production gives the band character and drive.
However, the already released material is a decidedly mixed bag. Some songs like ΓÇ£Long DayΓÇ¥, and the funky ΓÇ£DiseaseΓÇ¥ have good hooks, with original touches here and there, like the banjo in ΓÇ£UnwellΓÇ¥. But the production is pretty ordinary and so are some of the songs, which too often plod along. Thomas substitutes long-winded lyrics and trembling vocal rhetoric for real emotion on the irritating and unconvincing ΓÇ£PushΓÇ¥. ΓÇ£Real WorldΓÇ¥ is limp, finger pointing and tuneless. it's hard to believe a song as ordinary as ΓÇ£BentΓÇ¥ was a number one in the US.
So the new songs are better than the old ones. Surprisingly for a greatest hits package, Exile On Mainstream suggests Matchbox TwentyΓÇÖs best music could be in their future, not their past.
 
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102 - I'll Believe You When.flac 25.557 MB
103 - All Your Reasons.flac 20.228 MB
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