‘Hands All Over’ is the third studio album by the American pop rock band Maroon 5. This album is just purely for the enjoyment of pop rock and nothing deeper, according to Adam Levine (lead singer for Maroon 5). The members of ‘Maroon 5’ include Adam Levine, Jesse Carmichael, Mickey Madden, James Valentine, Matt Flynn and PJ Morton. This album features many songs with different styles that are either up-tempo or downtempo and each of the songs have their own tones. For example, one of my personal favourites of all time, ‘Moves Like Jagger’ (featuring Christina Aguilera) is more of an up-tempo song and ‘Stutter’ is more of a downtempo song. Some of my personal favourites from this album are ‘Moves Like Jagger’, ‘Misery’ and ‘Never Gonna Leave This Bed’. I would personally recommend the other albums that Maroon 5 has created so far, such as ‘V’ and ‘Overexposed’ because they’re much better in my opinion. However, this album is still very well produced and I would recommend it to those who have already listened to the newer albums that Maroon 5 has created and/or wants to listen to pop rock music.
- @newtricksterx of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library
I like Adam Levine's voice and I think the songs grow on you over time. It's not my 1st choice, but definitely a cd I can come back to again and again for listening pleasure and a head nod or two.
A warm, irresistibly funky album. Little short on substance, though.
Not my favorite Maroon 5 album but I am a big fan so I still like it a lot! I really liked "Stutter" and "How"; they are some of my favorite Maroon 5 songs
does this CD have "one more night"??
Some good songs but average overall
One of my favourite bands of all time Maroon 5 are awesome!
Adam Levigne's vocals are incredible!
"Moves Like Jagger" will be on the re-release of this album.
Does this cd have Moves Like Jagger on it?
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