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Can't Stop Won't Stop (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Can't Stop Won't Stop (Deluxe Edition) by The Maine. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:31:30 minutes.

Artist: The Maine
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:31:30
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No. Title Length
1. Everything I Ask For 2:37
2. We All Roll Along 3:48
3. Girls Do What They Want 3:12
4. I Must Be Dreaming 2:46
5. Into Your Arms 3:59
6. Time to Go 2:54
7. This Is the End 2:53
8. Whoever She Is 3:41
9. Count 'Em One, Two, Three 2:53
10. Kiss and Sell 3:07
11. You Left Me 3:28
12. We'll All Be... 5:30
13. The Way We Talk (Back Ted N-Ted Remix) [Bonus Track] 4:12
14. Pour Some Sugar On Me (Def Leppard Cover) [Bonus Track] 3:58
15. I Must Be Dreaming (Acoustic) [Bonus Track] 3:59
16. Everything I Ask for (Bonus Track) 2:37
17. Girls Do What They Want (Bonus Track) 3:13
18. The Maine: In Person (Bonus Track) 32:43



The Maine make all the right moves on their first album, Can’t Stop Won’t Stop. The Arizona quintet sticks close to the punk-pop rulebook, riding frisky melodies while delivering quick-sliced guitar riffs on top of aggrieved yet ecstatic vocals. It’s a mix of sugar and bile that’s been served up by everyone from the Replacements to the Starting Line and Days Away. Happily, the Maine finds a way to put a personal stamp on this now-familiar form. “Everything I Ask For,” “Girls Do What They Want” and “Kiss and Sell” are glittery sonic cherry bombs, sung by lead vocalist John O'Callaghan with nervous enthusiasm. The band attacks the post-high-school blues with honesty and humor, as “Whoever She Is” and “We’ll All Be…” show. While the Maine are capable of stinging kiss-offs (“This Is the End,” “You Left Me”), the tone here is generally idealistic, even innocent. For all the well-placed four-letter words used here, it’s the sweetness of tunes like “I Must Be Dreaming” that sticks with the listener the longest.