℗ 2007 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc
Released December 4, 2012
Duration 1h 05m 53s
Record Label Atlantic Records
Genre Pop
 

Exile On Mainstream

Matchbox Twenty

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1.1
How Far We've Come
Matchbox Twenty
3:31
1.2
I'll Believe You When
Matchbox Twenty
3:17
1.3
All Your Reasons
Matchbox Twenty
2:41
1.4
These Hard Times
Matchbox Twenty
3:49
1.5
If I Fall
Matchbox Twenty
2:48
1.6
Can't Let You Go
Matchbox Twenty
3:29
1.7
Long Day
Matchbox Twenty
3:45
1.8
Push
Matchbox Twenty
3:59
1.9
3AM
Matchbox Twenty
3:46
1.10
Real World
Matchbox Twenty
3:50
1.11
Back 2 Good
Matchbox Twenty
5:42
1.12
Bent
Matchbox Twenty
4:17
1.13
If You're Gone
Matchbox Twenty
4:35
1.14
Mad Season
Matchbox Twenty
5:02
1.15
Disease
Matchbox Twenty
3:39
1.16
Unwell
Matchbox Twenty
3:49
1.17
Bright Lights
Matchbox Twenty
3:54
Exile on Mainstream is the first compilation album by American rock band Matchbox Twenty. The album was released in two parts: the first was an EP, featuring seven new songs that emerged from a 12-song recording session, produced by Steve Lillywhite. The other part consists of remastered versions of 11 of the band's biggest hits. Matchbox Twenty had been on hiatus since 2005, when Adam Gaynor had left the band. In 2007, the remaining four group members reunited in Los Angeles to do a compilation album, and ended up recording seven new songs over the course of one session. For the first time, every member of the group worked on songwriting. All seven of the new songs on the album were credited to the members of Matchbox Twenty, a first for the group. Prior to this, the songs either were credited to Rob Thomas himself or co-written with various members of the band. Paul Doucette, originally the band's drummer, played rhythm guitar due to Adam Gaynor's departure. The album's title is a reference to the Rolling Stones' Exile on Main St.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Atlantic Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-6, 12-17 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM Tracks 7-11 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.13
-0.50 to 0.00
-10.84
-12.08 to -9.54
-7.71
-9.50 to -5.80
6
5 to 7
1
How Far We've Come
-0.10-9.82-7.05
2
I'll Believe You When
-0.10-9.94-6.96
3
All Your Reasons
-0.10-10.33-7.16
4
These Hard Times
-0.10-10.02-7.25
5
If I Fall
-0.10-9.54-6.45
6
Can't Let You Go
-0.10-10.33-7.55
7
Long Day
-0.10-11.45-7.97
8
Push
-0.19-12.02-9.17
9
3AM
-0.10-11.80-8.97
10
Real World
-0.10-10.32-7.36
11
Back 2 Good
-0.10-12.07-9.57
12
Bent
-0.43-11.41-8.56
13
If You're Gone
-0.50-12.08-9.36
14
Mad Season
0.00-11.37-8.16
15
Disease
-0.01-10.49-6.46
16
Unwell
-0.01-11.61-8.27
17
Bright Lights
0.00-9.77-5.85

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