|Maroon 5 in 2004.|
Adam Levine's humor can only be so funny for so long until he talks about Maroon 5's potential break up.
In an interview with online celebrity website Digital Spy, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and James Valentine sat down to talk about the band's new album V, a possible greatest hits album, and maintaining success for five entire albums.
When asked if V could be Maroon 5's last album before calling it quits, Levine was quick to say: "Just for the record, we might break up." He continues to say, "...it worked for The Police. If The Police did five albums, then we'll do five albums. I'll never go solo, though. Not until I go solo." James responded to Adam's answer implying "Five is a nice round number for [Maroon 5]."
"If our next record is a Greatest Hits record, we may write a few original songs and put them on there, and maybe we'll only charge what it would cost for the new songs, and make it an inexpensive album," Adam follows up. "Why would somebody have to buy a Greatest Hits if they already have those songs?"
To read the full interview with DigitalSpy, click here:
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