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Overexposed

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One More Night
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Payphone
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Daylight
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Lucky Strike
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The Man Who Never Lied
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Love Somebody
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Ladykiller
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Fortune Teller
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Sad
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Tickets
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Doin’ Dirt
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Beautiful Goodbye
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 42:11

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Dan Hyman

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06.26.12
Full-on, no-excuses, mainstream pop
2012 | Label: A&M / Octone Records

Over three albums and a decade’s time, Maroon 5 have played it loose with their true identity as a pop act. Until now, the SoCal foursome has operated under the guise of a rock outfit. But on Overexposed they’ve switched the script, going full-on, no-excuses, mainstream pop. The band’s fourth album is, quite simply, a Hot 100-aiming collection of the fizziest proportions; it’s a dance-pop honing missile aimed squarely at radio programmer’s hearts.

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