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Pop-rock bands Matchbox Twenty, Goo Goo Dolls both lightening the mood

Matchbox Twenty’s members are, from left, Paul Doucette, Kyle Cook, Rob Thomas and Brian Yale. The band and the Goo Goo Dolls are playing at SPAC on Wednesday.
RANDALL SLAVIN
Matchbox Twenty’s members are, from left, Paul Doucette, Kyle Cook, Rob Thomas and Brian Yale. The band and the Goo Goo Dolls are playing at SPAC on Wednesday. RANDALL SLAVIN
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The members of Matchbox Twenty made a conscious effort not to repeat themselves on 2012’s “North.” The Florida band’s fourth album, their first since 2002’s “More Than You Think You Are,” pushes even further out from its post-grunge roots, experimenting with modern dance pop trends and lighter lyrical content. Continuing the collaborative trend that started with the seven new songs on 2007’s greatest hits package “Exile on Mainstream,” many of the songs on “North” were ...


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