Maroon 5, a Band You Love to Hate, ‘Blown Away’ by Its Own Longevity

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With Maroon 5‘s fifth album projected to debut at No. 1 on Wednesday, the band has roared back into everyone’s ears with a sound influenced by Prince, Stevie Wonder and Sting.

Titled V, the album features Adam Levine’s falsetto, and marks the return of guitarist and keyboardist Jesse Carmichael, who was absent from the 2012 album Overexposed

“I took a break after our first three albums, so I feel like it was this trilogy that had been created — Star Wars through Return of the Jedi,” Carmichael said at Mashable‘s offices in New York City. “And then they went back and made Phantom of the Menace without me.” Read more…

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Brian Anthony Hernandez

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