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  • CD (2 octobre 2007)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000TUXKYY
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  1. How Far We've Come
  2. I'll Believe You When
  3. All Your Reasons
  4. These Hard Times
  5. If I Fall
  6. Can't Let You Go
  7. Long Day
  8. Push
  9. 3 AM
  10. Real World
  11. Back 2 Good
  12. Bent
  13. If You're Gone
  14. Mad Season
  15. Disease
  16. Unwell
  17. Bright Lights


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"Exile On Mainstream" by Matchbox Twenty features many of their top songs that spotlighted the group's talent. "Push", "3 AM', "Bent", and "How Far We've Come" are some of the fun hits on this greatest hits collection. "Exile On Mainstream" by Matchbox Twenty is best for those who like alternative rock and/or at least five songs by Rob Thomas and/or Matchbox Twenty.
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HASH(0x9a272cd8) étoiles sur 5 EXILE OVER: MATCHBOX IS BACK!!! 17 octobre 2007
Par Michael Yovkovich - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Way back when in 1996, lead singer Rob Thomas, drummer Paul Doucette, and bass player Brian Yale, all former members of Orlando rock group Tabitha's Secret, hooked up with two local guitarists Kyle Cook and Adam Gaynor to form Matchbox 20 (later replaced with "twenty" spelled out to help distinguish the band from the number frenzy taking place with band names). The resultant group would go on to take over the airwaves and sell millions of albums worldwide. After the release of their third album, "More Than You Think You Are," the members of matchbox twenty decided to take a break and focus on their own interests. Rob Thomas went on to have an extremely successful solo career with hit songs like "Lonely No More," "Ever the Same," and "Little Wonders." Kyle Cook went on to record an EP with his other project The New Left. Paul Doucette recorded tracks for a yet to be released solo album under the moniker of The Break and Repair Method. Adam Gaynor parted ways with the band and began writing music for various musical scores. Brian Yale worked on his golf game.

As 2007 opened, the reunion of matchbox twenty was anything but a certainty. With Rob Thomas selling over 2 million copies of his solo album "Something to Be...", doubt began to swirl as to whether or not a matchbox reunion would be something Thomas would even be willing to entertain financially. But true to his word, Thomas returned to the group and in the Spring of 2007, entered the studio with the other three remaining members in hopes of recording one final swan song to be included on a greatest hits package.

With the goal of creating something new and unique, matchbox hired producer Steve Lillywhite, someone they had never worked with in the past, to help them complete this final song. Once in the studio though, the new dynamic of the group lead to such a strong feeling of creativity that matchbox decided to not just record one song, but record enough tracks for an EP that would be packaged along with their greatest hits set. With Doucette replacing Gaynor on rhythm guitar, matchbox twenty crafted six songs with songwriting credits given to the band as a whole, not just to Thomas as was customary in the past.

The result of these unique recordings is "Exile on Mainstream," six tracks that sound distinctly different from anything matchbox twenty has ever done in the past, packaged together with the 11 singles that matchbox twenty released from their three previous albums. The six new songs play out as follows:

1. How Far We've Come- 9/10
A catchy uptempo number that is already blazing up the charts. It takes some time to adjust to this being matchbox twenty, but once the listener gets past the surprisingly searing chorus, this song becomes a catchy toe tapper that will most definitely be a great song to hear live.

2. I'll Believe You When- 8/10
A solid tune with a positive uptempo beat and well placed background vocals.

3. All Your Reasons- 9/10
I'll admit, the backing vocals at the beginning of this song on first listen were annoying, but after a good deal of listens, they become less intrusive. This song is another uptempo number that is extremely catchy and easy to relate to.

4. These Hard Times- 10/10
Straight from the proverbial matchbox canon, this is by far the best song on the album, and in my opinion, rivals great songs like "Back 2 Good" and "Bright Lights" as one of the best matchbox twenty songs of all time. This mid-tempo ballad is beautifully written with Rob Thomas' emotions pouring out with every word. A sure fire second single, destined to go to number one on multiple radio formats.

5. If I Fall- 7/10
The weakest song on the album. This song just lacks any memorable feel to it.

6. Can't Let You Go- 9/10
A beautiful ballad that can be likened to another matchbox album closer "The Difference." This song is sure to make the female fans melt in concert.

As far as the greatest hits go, I don't think a review is needed because those songs speak for themselves. Most will recognize all of the songs with the possible exception of first single "Long Day," which was spun mostly on alternative stations before "Push" garnered mainstream success for the band.

While "Exile on Mainstream" is not the full album of new material that many matchbox fans were hoping for, it is an extremely creative work that brings about a promise of more. After matchbox wraps up its tour in the first quarter of 2008, Rob Thomas plans to spend the rest of the year recording his second solo album and has estimated that 2009 will be the year we get a completely new matchbox twenty album.

In the meantime, we all can enjoy these wonderfully unique new songs and take a moment to reflect on the solid body of work that these boys have created over the years. In the words of Thomas in "These Hard Times," "say goodbye, these days are gone." With a laundry list of accolades in the rear view mirror, is it possible that the road matchbox twenty is currently on will lead to even greater success? You may want to call me "Unwell," but I do believe the "Bright Lights" will continue to shine even brighter on this talented quartet.
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HASH(0x9a272d2c) étoiles sur 5 A great catalog of music 4 octobre 2007
Par NORTHCOAST - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Wow, this band has such a great catalog of music and this CD package shows it off wonderfully. And for a great price! If you've never bought an MB20 CD before this is a great one to start with. The greatest hits CD has all their singles that were made into videos. That's how they narrowed it down. If you're a true fan you know that there are many other gems on each of their previous studio albums and I recommend them all. The second CD in this package has six new songs. For those who are complaining, it could have been ONE cover song added to a greatest hits package like so many bands do. Rob Thomas' solo CD did so much better than expected so he's been on tour for several years in support of that. And then he needed some rest! Now he's back with MB20 and we've gotten six new songs and true to form they are all over the place genre-wise from pop to rock to rockabilly to blues. The band wrote all of these song collaboratively for the first time. My favorites are "How Far We've Come" and "If I Fall". But I like them all after only a few listens (and give them time to grow on you!). I agree that the background vocals are a bit annoying on "All Your Reasons" and it's a shame since it's a great song. As always, Rob's vocals are excellent on the new songs. And it is interesting to see how his vocals have changed over the years as you listen to the greatest hits CD. Enjoy this music. It is made by true musicians who are actually very nice guys.
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HASH(0xa2a9d180) étoiles sur 5 Greatest hits 8 octobre 2007
Par Derrick Jenkins - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Indeed, at first i was thinking man...only 6 songs but. I thought about it this is a greatest hits collection by the guys and for it include 6 new songs thats crazy. Because you normally get maybe 2 or 3 new songs at the maximum on a greatest hits collection if your lucky. But Matchbox Twenty surpasses that and then some. With new songs soon to be favorites " How Far We've Come", "These Hard Times" and "Can't Let You Go". Them scaling down to a foursome hasnt affected them at all as the guys are only starting to hit their stride on this one and i'm looking forward to their next full release as a quartet.

The collection has some of their songs released from various cds like "Yourself or Someone Like You" - Long Day, Push, 3 AM, Real World and Back 2 Good.

"Mad Season" - Bent, If You're Gone and Mad Season

"More Than You Think You Are" - Disease, Unwell and Bright Lights

A pretty good disbursing of their singles from their 3 previous efforts. It is more than satisfying to know the guys from MB20 are still enjoying what they do and keep bringing something for all the fans out there that enjoy their music.

This is a collection for anyone that is interested or were wondering what they are all about. Exile On Mainstream is worthy of your attention and hopefully purchase as well.

Enjoy and welcome back guys.
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HASH(0xa2a9d168) étoiles sur 5 Interactive Version a Must for Fans 3 octobre 2007
Par Sarah Vigil Swiger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Matchbox Twenty's lyrics on Exile on Mainstream's six new tracks are universally felt. The music is upbeat for most of the tracks, and the lyrics are dark in true MB20 fashion. The themes of Exile all have to do with relationships and seem to be discontent, uncertainty, regret and the inability to make amends. As they say, hindsight is 20/20. Kind of like waking up one day and thinking, `What is my life all about?' And then trying to make peace with what you've created. "These Hard Times" has the classic MB20 sound and is sure to please. "How Far We've Come" and "I'll Believe You When" are played in part during Monday Night Football.

Front man Rob Thomas performs outstanding vocals, and drummer Paul Doucette moved to guitar and does a superb job. Another fabulous album from a legendary band. This devoted fan is super satisfied.

If you're one of the few that haven't experienced Matchbox Twenty, you must buy this album. It's a great place to start.

This version is worth the extra cash because it includes two videos of the band talking about the making of the album, which includes clips of music videos. It also has a great photo collection and interactive features such as making your own remix and creating ringtones from any song. Also, if you register you will receive updated features when you insert the disc into your computer. MVI is on one disc and all 17 tracks are on the other.
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HASH(0xa2a9d630) étoiles sur 5 One of the best bands of the '90's are back! 3 octobre 2007
Par Wendy Harrington - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Matchbox twenty is back, and they've made some changes. The biggest change is that rhythm guitarist Adam Gaynor left the band. The second change is a new producer, Steve Lilywhite (Dave Matthews Band, U2, etc.). The third change is that the four remaining band members wrote all of the six new songs.

Exile on Mainstream is a two CD set. The first disc is just the six new songs - How Far We've Come, I'll Believe You When, All Your Reasons, These Hard Times, If I Fall, and Can't Let You Go. I love all the songs and think they're great - I give them all a five out of five. Three songs stand out to me, though: How Far We've Come, I'll Believe You When and These Hard Times.

"How Far We've Come" - This song is the first single, and it's definitely a different sound for the band. Also, I think of this song as describing the band itself up to this point - "let's see how far we've come".

"I'll Believe You When" - This song has a bit of a country feel to it.

"These Hard Times" - This song has the "matchbox twenty sound" that fans, including myself, know and love.

The second disc has the hit songs that represent the band well. Most peple are going to say that there are certain songs that should have been included or excluded on here, and I am one of them, but I'm very happy with the collection as a whole. (Personally, I would have replaced Long Day and Disease with Last Beautiful Girl and Black and White People.)

Now I'll rate the songs:
Long Day - 3/5
Push - 5/5
3 am - 4/5
Real World - 4/5
Back 2 Good - 4/5
Bent - 5/5
If You're Gone - 5/5
Mad Season - 4/5
Disease - 3/5
Unwell - 5/5
Bright Lights - 4/5

This new CD from the band has me hopeful that they will release more new music in the future!
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