Kara's Flowers

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Kara's Flowers
The Fourth World Cover.jpg
The album cover of The Fourth World, the only album by Kara's Flowers
Background information
Also known as Maroon 5
Origin Los Angeles, California
Genres Alternative rock, grunge, garage rock, alternative metal
Years active 1994 – 2001
(2001– present succeed by Maroon 5)
Labels Reprise
Associated acts Square
Website Official Website, Label's Official Artist Website
Past members Adam Levine
Jesse Carmichael
Mickey Madden
Ryan Dusick

Kara's Flowers was an American alternative rock band formed in 1994 by Adam Levine, Jesse Carmichael, Mickey Madden, and Ryan Dusick. In 1997, the band got a record deal with Reprise Records and released the first album The Fourth World. In 1998, they were dropped because the album was a failure and in 1999, they recorded a new album without a record deal. In 2001, the band changed its name to Maroon 5 with an addition of James Valentine.

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