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Matchbox Twenty

Matchbox Twenty (or MB20, MBT, matchbox twenty, originally spelled Matchbox 20) is an alternative rock bandformed in Orlando, Florida.

Matchbox Twenty has sold in excess of 29 million albums worldwide from the releases of Yourself Or Someone LikeYou, Mad Season, and More Than You Think You Are. They released the album Exile on Mainstream on October 2,2007. The current members of the band are Rob Thomas, Paul Doucette, Kyle Cook, Brian Yale and RyanMacMillian. Adam Gaynor (rhythm guitar) left the band in 2005, after performing on their first three studioalbums. Rob Thomas is the principal songwriter and lead singer. Rob Thomas has created a well-established solocareer for himself after releasing the album ...Something to Be.

Similar Bands: No Address, Train, Sister Hazel, Goo Goo Dolls, 3 Doors Down

LPs
North
09/04/2012

3.1
45 Votes
More Than You Think You Are
2002

3.4
194 Votes
Mad Season
2000

3.5
237 Votes
Yourself or Someone Like You
1996

3.6
288 Votes
Compilations
Exile on Mainstream
2007

3.5
112 Votes

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