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Songs About Jane

Maroon 5  Main Performer

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1 Harder to Breathe Levine/Carmichael 2:53
2 This Love Levine/Carmichael 3:26
3 Shiver Levine/Carmichael 2:59
4 She Will Be Loved Levine/Valentine 4:17
5 Tangled Levine 3:18
6 The Sun Levine 4:11
7 Must Get Out Levine/Carmichael 3:59
8 Sunday Morning Levine/Carmichael 4:06
9 Secret Levine/Carmichael 4:55
10 Through With You Levine/Carmichael 3:01
11 Not Coming Home Carmichael/Levine/D 4:21
12 Sweetest Goodbye Levine 4:30
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Songs About Jane

Audio Compact Disc

Label: Octone Records

Songs About Jane

UPC: 823765000128

Release Date: 06/25/2002

Original Release Date: 06/25/2002

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Harder to Breathe, This Love, Shiver, She Will Be Loved, Tangled, The Sun, Must Get Out, Sunday Morning, Secret, Through With You, Not Coming Home, Sweetest Goodbye]

MacKenzie Wilson

Maroon 5 have certainly come a long way since their days in the indie outfit Kara's Flowers. After the band's demise in 1999, frontman Adam Levine surrounded himself with New York City's urban hip-hop culture and found a new musical calling. Maroon 5 was born and their debut album, Songs About Jane, illustrates an impressive rebirth. It's groovy in spots, offering bluesy funk on "Shiver" and a catchy, soulful disposition on "Harder to Breathe." "Must Get Out" slows things down with its dreamy lyrical story, and Levine is a vocal dead ringer for Men at Work's Colin Hay. Don't wince -- it works brilliantly. Songs About Jane is love-drunk on what makes Maroon 5 tick as a band. They're not as glossy as the Phantom Planet darlings; they've got grit and a sexy strut, personally and musically. It's much too slick to cross over commercially in 2002, but it's good enough for the pop kids to take notice. ~ MacKenzie Wilson, Rovi