Red Pill Blues (Deluxe) - Maroon 5

Red Pill Blues (Deluxe)

Maroon 5

 Biography
  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2018-06-15
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 17

  • ℗ 2018 Interscope Records (222 Records)

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Best 4 U 3:59  
2
What Lovers Do (feat. SZA) 3:19  
3
Wait 3:10  
4
Lips On You 3:36  
5
Bet My Heart 3:16  
6
Help Me Out 3:13  
7
Who I Am (feat. LunchMoney Lew 3:03  
8
Whiskey (feat. A$AP Rocky) 3:30  
9
Girls Like You 3:35  
10
Closure 11:28  
11
Denim Jacket 3:52  
12
Visions 3:50  
13
Plastic Rose 3:42  
14
Don't Wanna Know (feat. Kendri 3:34  
15
Cold (feat. Future) 3:54  
16
Girls Like You (feat. Cardi B) 3:55  

Reviews

  • Looks likke they went full on. R&B/Hip Hop

    1
    By Clem8924
    Miss the old school pop rock Maroon 5 but sadly looks like they headed the R&B/hip hop route... adios.
  • Solid album

    4
    By Jeffrey1155
    Only thing i could do without was the 10 minute instrumental on Closure. I didn’t understand that. Rest of the songs are great.
  • Garbage

    1
    By Chevy5539
    Garbage
  • Lit

    5
    By Gahannaboyz
    🔥🔥🔥
  • Love this album

    5
    By lharriso55
    I listen to this album while running-the instrumentals and lyrics are perfect.
  • Is there even a band anymore?

    1
    By SomeActorGuy
    Given you can't hear guitars or drums, only Adam Levine's voice, is there even a band anymore? They used to rock it, now they sound so douchey that it's simply disgusting.
  • Trash

    1
    By memegyrl
    When will Maroon 5 wake up and realize that they never had to change??? Overexposed was their last good album, but Songs about Jane was the best. The album description literally said that Maroon 5 IS a pop-rock band. They WERE, but not anymore. Seriously, when will they stop making this mainstream garbage and make meaningful, good music.
  • This is an amazing album! Keep up the great work!!!

    5
    By TerrificReviewer
    Like I said.
  • Love..love..love!!!

    5
    By Build boss
    Best songs “Lips on You” and “Whiskey”.
  • Cmon guys

    1
    By MUziq56
    I don’t think bands should repeat themselves over and over, but each sequential album loses more instruments, incorporates more generic pop, and weakens in lyrical quality from the same band that once wrote Songs About Jane. Changing musical styles is one thing, but sacrificing quality to stay relevant is hard to stomach as a fan

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