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Maroon 5 / Songs About Jane / 10th Anniversary 2CD reissue

Maroon-5 / Songs About Jane 10th Anniversary 2CD Edition

Reissue features a bonus disc full of demos

Maroon 5‘s 2002 debut album Songs About Jane, will be reissued as a two-CD 10th anniversary edition on 25 June by A&M/Octone.

Amongst the bonus tracks will be demos of the 12 original songs and previously unreleased tracks like Take What You Want, Woman and Chilly Winter, as well as Rag Doll (a non-album B-side) and an alternative mix of The Sun.

The second disc also provides access to two videos on www.maroon5.com through PUSH technology – when the CD is inserted into a computer, listeners can access unreleased in-studio footage of the making of Songs About Jane and the official electronic press kit for the album.

Full track listing:

Disc 1:

  •  1) Harder To Breathe
  • 2) This Love
  • 3) Shiver
  • 4) She Will Be Loved (Radio Mix)
  • 5) Tangled
  • 6) The Sun
  • 7) Must Get Out
  • 8) Sunday Morning
  • 9) Secret
  • 10) Through With You
  • 11) Not Coming Home
  • 12) Sweetest Goodbye

Disc 2:

  • 1) Harder To Breathe (Demo)
  • 2) This Love (Demo)
  • 3) Shiver (Demo)
  • 4) She Will Be Loved (Demo)
  • 5) Tangled (Demo)
  • 6) The Sun (Demo)
  • 7) Must Get Out (Demo)
  • 8) Sunday Morning (Demo)
  • 9) Secret (Demo)
  • 10) Through With You (Demo)
  • 11) Not Coming Home (Demo)
  • 12) Sweetest Goodbye (Demo)
  • 13) Take What You Want (Demo)
  • 14) Rag Doll (Original Demo/Non-LP International B-Side)
  • 15) Woman (Demo)
  • 16) Chilly Winter (Demo)
  • 17) The Sun (Alternate Mix)

PUSH video content:

  • 1) The Making of “Songs About Jane” In Studio Footage
  • 2) The Official “Songs About Jane” EPK

 

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2 responses to Maroon 5 / Songs About Jane / 10th Anniversary 2CD reissue

  1. James says:

    Here we go again. More pointless reissues. 10 years hardly warrants a revisit. But then I suppose it needs to be remastered to reduce the dynamic range and increase loudness by a few decibels. Hardly a classic. Perhaps UME should try and use a little more initiative in their reissues and actually reissue stuff that: a) Isn’t currently in print and b) Is of a sufficient age to warrant revisiting.

  2. Tim Larkham says:

    James, whilst I agree with you the label must think there is a market hankering after this album or they wouldn’t release it. As you say, considering the gems that are out of print or some aging releases that would benefit from a decent remaster this release seems a little premature. One that I shall pass on…

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