Matchbox Twenty – Disease

What Is It?

The song Disease by the American rock band Matchbox Twenty from their music album More Than You Think You Are:

Matchbox Twenty – Disease (Official Video)
Matchbox 20 – Disease (Live – 28/6/2003)

Here is how Wikipedia describes this song:

“Disease” is the first single released from American rock band Matchbox Twenty‘s third album, More Than You Think You Are.

The track was co-written by Matchbox Twenty lead singer Rob Thomas and Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger.

Released on September 30, 2002, the song peaked at number 29 on the US Billboard Hot 100.

“Disease” was one of two songs written by Thomas and presented to Jagger while he was producing his solo album Goddess in the Doorway, alongside “Visions of Paradise“.

Jagger returned “Disease” to Thomas, saying, “It sounds like you. It’s your song.”[1]

Here is how YouTube describes this song:

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Disease · Matchbox Twenty

The Matchbox Twenty Collection

℗ 2002 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the United States.

Violin: Barry Finclair
Assistant Engineer: Bill Synan
Bass Guitar: Brian Yale
Strings Concertmaster: Carol Webb
Violin: Carol Webb
Assistant Engineer: Chris Testa
Guitar Technician: Craig Poole
Viola: Crystal Garner
Violin: Donna Tecco
Violin: Enrico Dicecco
Mixing Engineer: Greg Collins
Recording Engineer: Greg Collins
Violin: Jan Mullen
Mixing Engineer: Jim Scott
Assistant Engineer: Jon Belec
Violin: Jonathan Dinklage
Background Vocals: Lydia Mann-Jaime
Additional Engineer: Mark Dodson
Pro-tools Engineer: Mark Dodson
Editing Engineer: Mark Dodson
Performance: Matchbox Twenty
Producer: Matt Serletic
Violin: Maura Giannini
Additional Engineer: Pat Woodward
Assistant Engineer: Pat Woodward
Drums, Percussion: Paul Doucette
Violin: Ricky Sortomme
Lead Vocals: Rob Thomas
Viola: Sarah Adams
Assistant Engineer: Sebastian Nicolet
Mastering Engineer: Stephen Marcussen
Mastering Engineer: Stewart Whitmore
Viola: Sue Pray
Drum Technician: Tony Adams
Background Vocals: Vaneese Thomas
Viola: Vincent Lionti
Writer: Mick Jagger
Writer: Rob Thomas

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Santana – Smooth

Santana - Smooth ft. Rob Thomas (Official Video)
Source: YouTube

What is it?

The song Smooth by Santana featuring Rob Thomas from the 1999 music album Supernatural.

Music Video


Rob Thomas Performing Smooth At A Rooster Teeth Event

This dream took place at a Rooster Teeth event, and I remember being there sitting at a table eating and drinking among the groups of other people there.

Some of my former coworkers were there eating and drinking as well like my former male classmates JS and RM, and Rob Thomas and his band were there performing the song Smooth (that he made with Santana) live but Rob Thomas seemed to be lip-syncing to my surprise and it looked like his band was possibly not even really playing their musical instruments but I was not sure and I could be wrong about that because even in the dream I was not sure but that is what it seemed like.


Saturday Night

What is it?

The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt today called Saturday Night, and this is what it said:

Tell us about the most exciting big night out you had recently.


Rob Thomas’s Birthday Party

Dream 1

I had some more dreams before this dream that I can not remember and all that I can remember of this dream is that it took place during the day inside a hotel with whitish and grayish colored carpet and walls and ceiling, and I remember waiting in a large room with an opening that led to the hotel lobby that had many twin-sized bunk beds and maybe some other beds with mostly other men sitting down on the beds.

I do remember at least one or more women being there, one of whom was a tall woman with whitish colored skin with long yellowish colored hair, and I remember many of the other men constantly talking about the women and wanting to have sex with them and things like that (which was annoying to me, and I did not get involved with this and it seemed very disrespectful and rude in my opinion).