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Matchbox Twenty - Where The Light Goes - Pop Rock - CD

Multi-platinum, superstar hit making pop-rockers Matchbox Twenty return today with new single "Wild Dogs (Running In A Slow Dream)," marking their first new music release in over a decade. The song arrives alongside the announcement of the band's forthcoming fifth studio album, Where The Light Goes, arriving May 26th via Atlantic Records. Produced by Gregg Wattenberg with Paul Doucette and Kyle Cook, the album finds the band surging with energy for another great batch of real, relevant, and relatable songs.

Matchbox Twenty - Where The Light Goes - Pop Rock - CD

Multi-platinum, superstar hit making pop-rockers Matchbox Twenty return today with new single "Wild Dogs (Running In A Slow Dream)," marking their first new music release in over a decade. The song arrives alongside the announcement of the band's forthcoming fifth studio album, Where The Light Goes, arriving May 26th via Atlantic Records. Produced by Gregg Wattenberg with Paul Doucette and Kyle Cook, the album finds the band surging with energy for another great batch of real, relevant, and relatable songs.

075678623592
Where The Light Goes
Artist: Matchbox Twenty
Format: CD
New: Available $15.98
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DISC: 1

1. Friends
2. Wild Dogs (Running in a Slow Dream)
3. Rebels
4. One Hit Love
5. Warm Blood
6. Queen of New York City
7. Where the Light Goes
8. Hang on Every Word
9. Don't Get Me Wrong
10. I Know Better
11. No Other Love
12. Selling Faith

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Matchbox Twenty - Where The Light Goes - Pop Rock - CD

Multi-platinum, superstar hit making pop-rockers Matchbox Twenty return today with new single "Wild Dogs (Running In A Slow Dream)," marking their first new music release in over a decade. The song arrives alongside the announcement of the band's forthcoming fifth studio album, Where The Light Goes, arriving May 26th via Atlantic Records. Produced by Gregg Wattenberg with Paul Doucette and Kyle Cook, the album finds the band surging with energy for another great batch of real, relevant, and relatable songs.

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