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AVENOIR MAG: The Great Unknown by Rob Thomas – Album Review

By Sandra Argese Rob Thomas is as smooth as ever, and continues to re-invent himself with each release. The front man of Matchbox 20 is getting pretty good at doing the solo thing. Actually, he’s better than good – he is phenomenal. Once again, Thomas has done nothing to damage this reputation, taking us on a new journey spanning thirteen songs of rock-pop gold. It’s called The Great Unknown, but don’t let the title fool…

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Rob Thomas The Great Unknown

Spring Music Review: The Rolling Stone

Rob Thomas Cradlesong By Rolling Stone : 6/30 On the follow-up to his chart-topping 2005 solo debut, Rob Thomas tries on New Wave (the synthy, Devo-esque “Gasoline”), country (“Getting Late”) and world music (“Her Diamonds,” featuring Japanese taiko drums).

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New Releases: Rob Thomas

Rob Thomas has a funny way of showing his desire to be “Lonely No More.” He’s taking a break from longtime band Matchbox Twenty and setting out on his own with the release of his debut solo album, Something to Be.

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MATCHBOX 20’S ANGRY WORDS ARE SNARLED IN BLAND MUSIC

By JIM FARBER. MATCHBOX 20 CLEARLY TAPPED INTO something creepy and deep with its current smash single, “Push.” At the band’s first concert-sized New York show, at Hammerstein Ballroom on Thursday, nearly 4,000 fans chanted, screamed and sang along with a chorus that sneeringly tells a lover

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