On their fourth studio effort, 'Overexposed', the American alt-rock group tried to keep the momentum from their global hit 'Moves Like Jagger' going, but the result is an overproduced record that does not put them at the top of pop
MAROON 5/ OVEREXPOSED
A quick glance at Overexposed's line-up of producers should give you enough clues about the overall sound of this album. With Max Martin (who's responsible for countless successful pop records such as Britney Spears' ...Baby One More Time, which he wrote and co-produced) serving as a chief producer, Maroon 5's fourth outing marks an unabashed foray into pop music and clearly signals that they are determined to maintain a presence in the charts.
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