I think that this album shows
more emotion than "yourself or
someone like you" did.
and it shows that matchboxtwenty
i also like the fact that mb20
wasn't afraid to try new things.
"madseason" is nothing like
"yourself or someone like you"
but it still is worth buying
On 6/12/2001, Inactive Member posted:
I could not stand this disc, thank god the one i listened to wasnt mine, that way when i broke it and p---ed on it, i wasnt out any money. In review, this is lower then crap, crap squared.
This album shows so much more maturity as a group for ROb THomas and the resst of the band, he has broadened his capabilities vocally and the band has all seems to overome weaknesses to function together unbelievably well. The album has a whole new flavour and a much less monotonous tone. Defenitly worth purchasing.