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Rob Thomas Album - Lonely No More / Fallen

Rob Thomas Album - Lonely No More / Fallen (Front side)
Album Information :
Title: Lonely No More / Fallen
Approx. Price:$12.99 (USD)
Release Date:
Type:Audio CD
Label:Melisma/ Atlantic
Customers Rating :
Average (4.2) :(8 votes)
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Track Listing :
2 Lonely No More (Acoustic
3 Fallen (Bonus Track)
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
- Conjure Man

Rob Thomas is the contemporary master of the great hook. Any guy who wrote "Smooth" knows his pop chart stuff. He's got a great, soulful sound, and always did. I think any comparison to Justin Timberlake is ludicrous, and a fantastic compliment to Timberlake. Rob is a smart, edgy guy, even if his music isn't edgy. Matchbox twenty is as far from edgy as you can get, but they've pumped out some terrific singles. Call them "post-grunge", "alt-rock", or anything else - that doesn't change the fact that Rob has had a great history since "Push". He knows how to reach into your chest, grab your heart, and say, "It doesn't even matter if you KNOW what I'm singing - you will love this song!" This guy is truly talented, and I've never understood the static that critics have given him over the years. The accusation that he's responsible for all of the prefabricated late-90's pop in the world is ridiculous, and the notion that he shouldn't sing his own stuff, but only write for OTHER people, is absurd.

"Lonely No More" is another great single with a slick urban sound, and it hooked me instantly. The video adds to this mesmerizing quality, with its "Rubik's cube" flip gimmick. I loved the look of it, and Rob's new hair! He's older and more mature now, and he's not the same man that he was 10 years ago. He's changing, and this is evidence of that change. This new album has some unbelievable new sounds on it, and he's mid-journey in his songwriting life. Let him go on that journey.

Customer review
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
- woah

I don`t have this cd,but i really want it. Rob Thomas rocks. Lonely no more is one of my favorite songs. I rules. You have to listen to it. mYou will love it.

(Florida, USA)
5 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
- Lonely No More by Rob Thomas!!!!!!!

Wow! I am not going to say that this is the best song in the world because in the future there will be other songs out there that I will like better than this one, but right now, this one is my #1 for 2005. Now, readers, that is my personal opinion. I am not saying that this is the best and that's how you should feel, and I am not going to diss you if you differentiate with my point of view. Rob Thomas has an excellent voice. He is the voice, and other acts that I'm not going to mention for fear of the hate that the fans might grow for me, seriously, they fall short. Move over, world. Here comes Rob Thomas, and just like in the video of Lonely No More, he's throwing everyone else out and down and breaking down most of the male acts down there that are making big bucks although they have zip talent. This is real talent (again, only my personal opinion, NOT A FACT) and those others must be angry right now. Lonely No More is #8 on VH1's Top Twenty Countdown which reflects partly the results of the Billboard Charts... now isn't that something? and it's squeezing itself slowly all the way to #1. My guess is that it will be #1 within 2 or 3 weeks, and it debuted at #10 on this countdown. Go figure.


(Sacramento, Ca)
0 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
- Rob Thomas

Reading over the reviews, I have to wonder if Miss Fuentes is actually aware of who Rob Thomas is. Her comment that he is

{q}breaking down most of the male acts down there that are making big bucks although they have zip talent. {/q},

has me feeling that she doesn't know the "unaffected" Rob Thomas.

While this release is nice and catchy, it has Justin Timberlake written all over it. Rob's talent is unquestionable. He is one of the most prolific writers/composers of his time, but I have to wonder if the industry hasn't "gotten" to him a bit!

Still love him though!!!

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