Memories - Single - Maroon 5

Memories - Single

Maroon 5

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2019-09-20
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • ℗ 2019 Interscope Records (222 Records)

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Memories Maroon 5 3:09 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • STOP HATING

    5
    By SlipCoat
    WHY DONT YOU “CRITICS” TRY TO MAKE A GOOD SONG WHILE UNDER THE PRESSURE OF A MILLION FANS
  • What-

    1
    By sometimes i domt wan be happy-
    Fire their management team-
  • Similar Melody

    4
    By FlashLag4
    The song is chill, it’s one of my favorites. However the melody is strangely similar to Pachelbel’s Canon. I don’t know if this was intentional or not, but I’m putting 4 stars because I’m not sure about the authenticity of this melody. If it was copied, then 1 or 2 stars. If it wasn’t, definitely 5 stars.
  • Class

    5
    By #nopantsonfridays
    Great song Really great song
  • Great song

    5
    By Vaelorn
    Honestly, this is a great song that brings back memories of the loved ones I’ve lost. It’s a great song for randomly reminding you of good times with loved ones that live on within you. ❤️
  • No❤️

    1
    By Leah Measho
    Absolutely not❤️
  • Memories

    5
    By Isekknowledge
    Reminds me of being on the beach in Maui!
  • Great Song

    5
    By Time for Equality
    Love it! Could be the theme song for COVID-19 pandemi;c!!!
  • Beautiful

    5
    By Emotional😵
    Most human I’ve felt crying and going through all my memories.
  • A testament to how lame modern pop has become.

    1
    By Thundergod1020
    I remember first hearing the album “Songs About Jane”, where every song was a beautiful piece of work, and Maroon 5 had a very notable sound, one that you could pick up even if it was just playing on those crapy speakers in the mall that you just sort of hear as white noise while you’re shopping. They kept this solid, sensual, potent sound going all the way to Red Pill Blues in 2017, adding just enough to keep it fresh each time, but holding on to what made them Maroon 5 in the first place. This song... it’s lazy. It doesn’t have the Maroon 5 sound, it could have been made by any modern pop singer and nobody would have thought it was that artist’s song. It’s a simple song that’s repetitive, watery(I can’t believe I’m using that to describe a SONG.), and feels like a pathetic attempt to push out SOMETHING. I officially put forward that this song is scrubbed from the Maroon 5 discography, and that we never speak of it again.

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