Thursday, November 11, 2021

Matchbox Twenty - North (2012)


Matchbox Twenty - North (2012)


Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "Parade"   4:09

2. "She's So Mean"   3:50

3. "Overjoyed"   3:07

4. "Put Your Hands Up"   2:52

5. "Our Song"   3:01

6. "I Will"   4:03

7. "English Town"   4:37

8. "How Long"   2:44

9. "Radio"   3:02

10. "The Way"   3:17

11. "Like Sugar"   3:46

12. "Sleeping at the Wheel"   3:50


Total length:   42:24



Matchbox Twenty Band Members / Musicians

Rob Thomas – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards

Kyle Cook – lead guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals on "The Way"

Paul Doucette – drums, rhythm guitar, backing vocals

Brian Yale – bass guitar

Orchestra

Jeffrey Babko – trombone on "English Town", "Radio"

Glen Berger – baritone saxophone on "Radio"

Brian Dembow – viola on "Parade", "I Will", "English Town"

Steve Erdody – cello on "Parade", "I Will", "English Town"

Walter Fowler – trumpet on "English Town", "Radio"

Julie Gigante – violin on "Parade", "I Will", "English Town"

Glenn Morisette – alto saxophone, tenor saxophone on "Radio"

Lee Thornburg – trumpet on "English Town", "Radio"

Roger Wilkie – violin on "Parade", "I Will", "English Town"


Alex Arias – engineering

James Brown – engineering

Mark Dobson – engineering

Ryan Hewitt – engineering

Ted Jensen – mastering

Ryan Kern – assistant engineering

Derik Lee – engineering

Mike Leisz – assistant engineering

Chris Lord-Alge – mixing

Eryk Rich – assistant engineering

Matt Serletic – production

Doug Trantow – engineering




North is the 4th studio album by American rock band Matchbox Twenty. It was released on August 28, 2012, in Australia and September 4, 2012, through Atlantic Records worldwide. It is the first album from the band to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, selling 95,000 copies in its first week. It is also the first album of all new material that the band has released since More Than You Think You Are in 2002, although they recorded six new songs for their 2007 compilation album Exile on Mainstream. It is also their first full-length studio album since rhythm guitarist Adam Gaynor's departure from the band in 2005.

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