Thought I Knew You - Matthew Sweet - Girlfriend (CD, Album)

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  1. Girlfriend Lyrics: I wanna love somebody / I hear you need somebody to love / Oh, I wanna love somebody / I hear you're looking for someone to love / 'Cause you need to be back / In the arms of a.
  2. Track Listing “Divine Intervention” “I’ve Been Waiting” “Girlfriend” “Looking at the Sun” “Winona” “Evangeline” “Day for Night” “Thought I Knew You” “You Don’t Love Me” “I Wanted to Tell You” “Don’t Go” “Your Sweet Voice” “Does She Talk?” “Holy War” “Nothing Lasts”.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Girlfriend on Discogs. Label: Volcano (2) - BVCZ/10,BMG - BVCZ/10 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Reissue, Remastered CD All Media Limited Edition • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Indie Rock.
  4. Matthew Sweet‘s ‘breakthrough’ album Girlfriend is to be reissued on vinyl next month. The long-player is being put out by Music On Vinyl, although across the California’s Plain Recordings issued their own vinyl edition of this album in May of last year.
  5. mauderdetotitenbeuprecbanckiphece.xyzinfo After being dropped from A&M Records thanks to Girlfriend's rough edges, Matthew Sweet might hardly have expected great commercial success when another label brought the album out toward the end of But an alternative-welcome climate at rock radio stations, along with undeniably great songs and aggressive lead-guitar work by ex-Voidoid Robert Quine and former Television /5(66).
  6. Matthew Sweet’s third album made power pop radio-friendly again (see the majestic “I’ve Been Waiting”) while it treated fans of pure pop music to songs that merged wide-ranging influences: there’s R&B (the title track), sad-bastard country (“Winona”), straight-up anti-war rock (“Holy War”), and Neil Young–ish singer/songwriter balladizing (“You Don’t Love Me” and the.
  7. Editors’ Notes Matthew Sweet’s third album made power pop radio-friendly again (see the majestic “I’ve Been Waiting”) while it treated fans of pure pop music to songs that merged wide-ranging influences: there’s R&B (the title track), sad-bastard country (“Winona”), straight-up anti-war rock (“Holy War”), and Neil Young–ish singer/songwriter balladizing (“You Don’t.
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