LOS ANGELES, July 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Maroon 5’s remarkable 14-year career has established them as one of pop music’s most enduring and celebrated groups. For the first time since their original release, all five of the band’s albums will be released on 180-gram vinyl in a limited edition box set: Maroon 5: The Studio Albums and as individual titles on vinyl, September 30–just as the band wraps up its year-long Maroon 5 World Tour of 37 cities in October. All LPs will include original cover artwork. Continue reading Maroon 5 to Release Limited Edition Five-LP Box Set in September
It’s that time where I reveal 10 albums that I enjoyed throughout the year. My picks are personal favorites that were in constant rotation in my car stereo. I think a couple of the albums are no brainers that they made the list, and there might be a couple surprises.
So, in no particular order, here are my favorite albums of 2010.
Music From Glee: Journey to Regionals EP
I have reviewed a lot of Glee music this year, and my favorite batch of songs came from the Journey to Regionals EP. I love the Journey covers, but the shining gem is Jonathan Groff’s cover of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Seriously, go take a listen. It’s absolute ear candy.
Darren Criss: Human EP
Darren Criss is hands down the best thing that’s happened to my iTunes this year. His Human EP is made up of five relatable tracks that will pull on your heartstrings. I can’t wait to see what this singer-songwriter can do with a full studio album.
I didn’t really know what to make of Ke$ha when “Tik Tok” first came out. After taking a listen to her album, I realized that homegirl’s music is absolutely infectious. If you want to feel good and dance, Animal was where it was at this year.
Earlier this week Maroon 5 debuted a music video for the title track of their latest album, “Hands All Over.”
Check it out below!
I really like this video. It has a rock edge to it, which fits the song. I also really like the effects that were used.
I am completely confused about whether “Hands All Over” is the band’s next single or not. I would have put my money on “Stutter” being the third single from Hands All Over, possibly followed up “Never Gonna Leave This Bed.”
Don’t get me wrong, I love “Hands All Over.” It’s one of my favorite tracks on Maroon 5’s latest album. I was completely over the moon when they performed it at their show in San Francisco last month. It’s just that I hve never pictured it being a single.
I’m just confused as to what is going on. Music videos are expensive to make, especially ones with fancy effects, so I wouldn’t think they would make a video without the song being their next single.
What do y’all think of Maroon 5’s new video?
What song do you hope is Maroon 5’s next single? Take the poll below!
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Last night Maroon 5 performed a free concert at The Fillmore in San Francisco as apart of the launch of the new Windows 7 phone.
The show was an abridged version of their Hands All Over tour. They did a great mix of 12 songs. I have to admit that I was shocked that they didn’t perform “Makes Me Wonder,” however I loved hearing “Hands All Over” live. It was a hot performance!
Per usual, I have brought a gift to share with the class!
Enjoy Maroon 5 performing their latest single, “Give A Little More.”
As a bonus and because my dad loves this song, here is “Sunday Morning” preceded by the band intros.
Both videos were taken by moi!