Matchbox 20* - Yourself Or Someone Like You (Cassette, Album)


Download Matchbox 20* - Yourself Or Someone Like You (Cassette, Album)
1996
Label: Lava - 92721-4 C 116207 • Format: Cassette Album, Club Edition BMG Club • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Emo


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4 Replies to “ Matchbox 20* - Yourself Or Someone Like You (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Matchbox Twenty has always been one of those bands who had hits scattered throughout their discography. Unlike their contemporaries like the Goo Goo Dolls, whose Dizzy Up The Girl has hits like Dizzy, Slide, Black Balloon, Broadway, All Eyes On Me, and, of course, Iris, Matchbox Twenty usually only had one or two hits per album/5().
  2. Matchbox 20's debut album Yourself or Someone Like You is a remarkably sophisticated album from so young a band. From the groove that buoys the disarmingly rustic "Back 2 Good," to the incendiary rush that surges through "Busted," Matchbox 20 /5().
  3. Label: Lava - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Emo Matchbox 20* - Yourself Or Someone Like You (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore/5(5).
  4. Sep 21,  · Yourself or Someone Like You turned out to be the standard-bearer for post-alternative rock because it has a '90s sheen in its production, but, for all the world, its core sounds like classic rock. Lead singer/songwriter Rob Thomas adopted some of Eddie Vedder's vocal mannerisms, but they were smoothed out, lacking the angst and pain that were Vedder's Brand: Atlantic.

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