Thursday, May 24, 2007

Maroon 5 is beginning to 'Wonder'

Maroon 5 latest single, "Makes Me Wonder" off its album It Won't Be Soon Before Long (A&M /Octone Records) the first single, "Wonder," is a song catchier than fire, but they're made ever fainter here by the clamping down of five guys on what is essentially the most distinctive pop sound to emerge from a single band since the Bee Gees squealed into the mid-'70s.

But it is smooth because of the lyrics:

I wake up with blood-shot eyes
Struggled to memorize
The way it felt between your thighs
Pleasure that made you cry
Feels so good to be bad
Not worth the aftermath, after that
After that
Try to get you back

I still don't have the reason
And you don't have the time
And it really makes me wonder
If I ever gave a f**k about you

Give me something to believe in
Cause I don't believe in you
Anymore, Anymore
I wonder if it even makes a difference to try
So this is goodbye

One must think that there were at a jazz club when listening to this. Not that everyone was a fan at the beginning, (yours truly included) but the tolerance of lyrics make it likeable because of the guitar riffs throughout the song and all of that interwined with the lyrics makes it good, that your ears would want the band NOT to stop.

Rating: 4 out of 5



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