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Don't Play with Matches

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Released  1997
Length  58:00
Don't Play with Matches (1997)  Live (1999)
Release date  1997
Recorded  1993-1995
Label  JTJ Records Inc.
Artist  Tabitha's Secret
Producer  Jay Stanley Tabitha's Secret
Genres  Alternative rock, Power pop, Jangle pop
Similar  Mad Season, Yourself or Someone Like You, More Than You Think You Are, Exile on Mainstream, Willie Nelson & Friends

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Don't Play with Matches is the debut album of the American Alternative rock band Tabitha's Secret. The tracks were recorded in 1993-1995, although the album was released in 1997. It is thought that it was released to capitalise on the popularity of Rob Thomas's next band Matchbox 20's album Yourself Or Someone Like You. The songs "3 A.M." and "Tired" were both rerecorded by Matchbox 20.

Contents

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Track listing

  • All tracks are written by Rob Thomas, unless where noted.
    1. "3 A.M." (Rob Thomas, John Goff, Jay Stanley, Brian Yale) - 3:43
    2. "Forever December" - 5:58
    3. "Here Comes Horses" - 4:26
    4. "Paint Me Blue" - 4:58
    5. "Dear Joan" - 4:51
    6. "High" - 4:40
    7. "Unkind" - 3:29
    8. "Jesus Was An Alien" - 4:37
    9. "Tired" - 3:58
    10. "Swing" - 3:53
    11. "3 A.M." (Rob Thomas, John Goff, Jay Stanley, Brian Yale) - 3:47
    12. "Forever December" - 4:32
    13. "Dizzy (hidden track)" - 5:08

    Credits

    Rob Thomas - Lead Vocals, Piano
    John Goff - Background Vocals, Guitar
    Jay Stanley - Background Vocals, Guitar
    Brian Yale - Bass Guitar
    Paul Doucette - Drums/Percussion
    Engineered and Mixed by Dana Cornock, Dave Bell and Jay Stanley
    Mastered by Dana Cornock
    Concept by Jay Stanley
    Photography by Dominic Casale

    Songs

    3 am3:43
    Forever December5:59
    Here Comes Horses4:28

    References

    Don't Play with Matches Wikipedia


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