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Songs About Jane (10th Anniversary Edition) (Columbia Records). Review by
The five-piece combines elements of Matchbox Twenty, Maroon 5, Del Amitri and
Edwin McCain to create an unique and memorable sound. Following the ...
... song “How Many Times” was recently an iTunes single of the week, and it's
easy to see its appeal: part Gavin DeGraw, part Maroon 5 with a funky, jazzy twist
It's all in there. There are a number of bands that we all like: Radiohead, Muse,
Coldplay, The Beatles, Michael Jackson, John Mayer, Maroon 5, The Fray, etc.
... are some of your influences in the business? It's really all over the place – John
Mayer, Coldplay, Maroon 5, Ben Folds, Radiohead, Billy Joel to name a few.
I'm not sure where this bad blood comes from; Mr. Levine himself is from Maroon
5 and doesn't seem any more Satanic than any other pop star. Another worthy ...
I took the precaution of running this CD by my three-year-old nephew, and I have
to report that only the opening song, Maroon 5's appropriately candy-coated ...
But to get to it, you have to wade thru corporate snoozefests such as My
Chemical Romance's wretched "Desolation Row" or Maroon 5 bleating out "I
Shall Be ...
... very fine crop, with an enduring melody and some tongue-in-cheek lyrics, while
"If I Only Knew" provides a soulful diversion that Maroon 5 would be proud of.
People may accuse Halter of being derivative of artists like Gavin DeGraw,
Maroon 5 and Marc Broussard, but there's definitely room at the table for an artist