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Rob Thomas - Something To Be (2005)

10-11-2015, 19:45
Music | Rock | Alternative

Title: Something To Be
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Atlantic
Genre: Pop rock, Alternative rock
Quality: APE
Total Time: 00:50:05
Total Size: 345 mb


1. This Is How A Heart Breaks (3:51)
2. Lonely No More (3:47)
3. Ever The Same (4:16)
4. I Am An Illusion (4:53)
5. When The Heartache Ends (2:51)
6. Something To Be (4:31)
7. All That I Am (4:28)
8. Problem Girl (3:55)
9. Fallin' To Pieces (4:11)
10. My, My, My (4:18)
11. Streetcorner Symphony (4:09)
12. Now Comes The Night (4:55)

Since Matchbox Twenty is a faceless group, recognizable for its hits rather than its image, it's easy to assume that the band is nothing more than a solo project in disguise for its frontman, lead singer and chief songwriter Rob Thomas (who should not be confused with Rob Thomas, the creator of UPN's 2005 cult TV series Veronica Mars). Not only is he prominent in the band's videos and press, but he scored the biggest hit of his career with "Smooth," a song he penned and sung for Santana's 1999 comeback, Supernatural. Even though Matchbox Twenty's 1996 debut, Yourself or Someone Like You, was a big hit and spawned four radio hits, "Smooth" was bigger than any of them, making Thomas famous, if not exactly a star. Instead of striking out for a solo career in 2000, he returned to his band, releasing Mad Season that year and More Than You Think You Are two years later. While both records had different moods -- the former was polished and radio-ready, the latter hit a little harder -- both found Thomas working as part of a unit, not as a flashy frontman. This may have illustrated how Matchbox Twenty worked as a band; in particular, More Than You Think You Are sounded like the work of a driven, cohesive unit, even the songs weren't quite up to snuff -- but they also had to sound a little workmanlike, and certainly not the product of the savvy cross-cultural crossover creator of "Smooth." Given the relatively lackluster reception of More Than You Think You Are, the timing was right for Thomas to launch his official solo career in the spring of 2005. It was time to give his music a new coat of paint, similar to how "Smooth" spun his career in a different direction, and that's exactly what his solo debut, Something to Be, is: a slick new variation on Thomas' signature sound.

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