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Yourself or Someone Like You


Download links and information about Yourself or Someone Like You by Matchbox Twenty. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 46:43 minutes.

Artist: Matchbox Twenty
Release date: 1996
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 46:43
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No. Title Length
1. Real World 3:51
2. Long Day 3:45
3. 3 am 3:47
4. Push 3:58
5. Girl Like That 3:44
6. Back 2 Good 5:40
7. Damn 3:20
8. Argue 2:57
9. Kody 4:03
10. Busted 4:17
11. Shame 3:34
12. Hang 3:47



Released in late 1996, Matchbox Twenty’s debut release Yourself or Someone Like You went on to sell over 12 million copies worldwide, making them one of the most popular rock bands of the late ‘90s. This wide appeal is easy to understand given the band’s emphasis on crunchy guitars, big choruses, memorable riffs and, most significantly, the impassioned vocals of Rob Thomas, the lead singer and principal songwriter. Thomas possesses a powerful voice that easily shifts from silky smooth to aching growl, and more than anything it’s his distinct vocals that give Matchbox Twenty their signature sound. Striking the right balance between studio polish and raw energy, the album is filled with catchy melodies that are easy to sing along with and the hooks to back them up. Most of the songs are up-tempo fist-pumpers, but there are a few slow burners that showcase the band’s softer side as well. Ultimately, Yourself or Someone Like You works well because it’s modeled on the kind of guitar-based classic rock that just doesn’t get old — particularly when it’s done this well.