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I love the songs on the new album by Matchbox 20.

  • Sep 4, 2012
"North" is an excellent new album by Matchbox 20. Matchbox 20 is much more than Rob Thomas though. Every band member is so talented. My favorite song "Parade". This is a hopeful song. It reminds me that better days could be ahead of me. I just have to believe in myself and not give up. The voice of Rob Thomas inspires me. "She's So Mean" is a song about being in a relationship with a woman who is unpredictable and self destructive. This is an upbeat pop tune despite the subject matter. "I Will" is the best love song. This song is about leaning someone in times when I am uncertain about what to do in life. The piano playing is beautiful on this track. I love the song "Radio". The horns playing on this track infuse this song with energy. This is the kind of song that changes my outlook on life. It reminds me to have a fearless approach to the challenges of life. "Put Your Hands Up" is the best dance song on the album. This song has a good beat that gets me moving. Paul Doucette is such a talented drummer. He proves it on this song. Kyle Cook sings lead vocals on the song "The Way". He has a soothing tone to his voice. This song is about the problems that occur in trying to make a relationship work. I like the lyrics of this song very much. "English Town" is a song about moving forward in life and how liberating it feels to forgive myself for the mistakes I have made. The songs on the album "North" are thoughtful and entertaining.

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