Monday, October 15, 2007

Maroon 5 It Wont Be Soon Before Long Rock Music CD Review

The exceptionally talented Rock grouping Maroon 5 have got released their cadmium entitled It Won't Be Soon Before Long. I am very confident and happy to denote that I believe Maroon 5 fans, and Rock fans alike will be pleased with this one. With the release of It Won't Be Soon Before Long their artistic excellence is on full show as they have got once again delivered a superb aggregation of paths that could very well be their best work to date.

Refreshingly, this was one of those CDs I was able to just protrude in and comfortably listen to from beginning to end. Every path is gratifying and was pretty easy for me to listen to from start to finish.

These years it's a very rare cadmium on which every single song is good or better than the 1 before it. This cadmium is certainly 1 of those rare CDs.

Listen and I believe you'll hold that the song picks are excellent, the production is outstanding and Maroon 5 is clearly a grouping that is in top form.

While the full cadmium is outstanding the truly standout melodies are path 1 - If I Never See Your Face Again, path 5 - Won't Travel Home Without You, and path 11 - Better That We Break.

My Bonus Pick, and the one that got Sensitive [...as in "Stuck On REpeat"] is path 11 - Better That We Break. Outstanding!

It Won't Be Soon Before Long Release Notes:

Maroon 5 originally released It Won't Be Soon Before Long on May 22, 2007 on the Octone Records label.

CD Path List Follows:

1. If I Never See Your Face Again

2. Makes Me Wonder

3. Little Of Your Time

4. Aftermath Up Call

5. Won't Travel Home Without You

6. Nothing Lasts Forever

7. Can't Stop

8. Goodnight Goodnight

9. Not Falling Apart

10. Kiwi

11. Better That We Break

12. Back At Your Door

Maroon 5: Adam Levine (vocals); Jesse James Valentine (guitar); Jesse Hoagy Carmichael (keyboards); Paddy Madden (bass instrument); Flatness Flynn (drums).

1 comment:

Mother May I = Deb said...

It rocked even more live this past week in DC I love every song, how rare is that!?