- Summary: It has been five years, but Maroon 5 finally return with a follow-up to their huge-selling 2002 debut 'Songs About Jane.' The producers include Mike Elizondo, Mark "Spike" Stent, and Eric Valentine.
- Record Label: A&M / Octone
- Genre(s): Rock, Pop, Adult Alternative
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If some of the ballads aren't as distinguished as the livelier tracks, they nevertheless are as sharply crafted as the rest, and the end result is that It Won't Be Soon Before Long is that rare self-stylized blockbuster album that sounds as big and satisfying as was intended.
HaseebMMay 22, 2007The band took a huge risk changing their sound. They were successful with creating a beautifully crafted album. Every track flows together. The band took a huge risk changing their sound. They were successful with creating a beautifully crafted album. Every track flows together. Simply incredible!… Expand
sourjyodJun 7, 2007it might be poppy ... but its brilliant nonetheless
KarlE.Sep 14, 2007This is by far the best album I have heard in my entire life.
MartinPMay 24, 2007Sounds a little different, but it's still Maroon 5. Not as hot as "Songs About Jane" but this still leaves me begging for more.
JenniferJul 7, 2007Now don't get me wrong.... I am a huge Maroon 5 fan and could not wait to hear this CD but it is nothing compared to Songs About Jane. I Now don't get me wrong.... I am a huge Maroon 5 fan and could not wait to hear this CD but it is nothing compared to Songs About Jane. I listen to that entire album. It was definitely a great CD. I do like "Makes Me Wonder", "Wake Up Call" and "Goodnight Goodnight". Passed those three tracks, nothing more caught my attention. I expected more from M5 and I am sure they will recover. The three songs I love and was worth my purchase but don't get this album expecting the same magic as the first.… Expand
KateBJun 1, 2007I have to disagree with previous comments. I really liked the first album and this one is too different. Long wait for it too. This one is I have to disagree with previous comments. I really liked the first album and this one is too different. Long wait for it too. This one is more poppy, and is it just me or has Adam's voice got thinner? It's catchy, but it's not Songs About Jane is it?… Expand
TerryHMay 22, 2007Awful
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