Review: Baby D – So Pure (Digital Edit) (Drum N Bass)

This review covers the drum n bass track Baby D – So Pure (Digital Edit).

This track was released in 1996 as a single.

The track starts with a synth, piano, and high hat. The drum kit then comes in. After that, the vocals come in as the drum kit drops out along with the synth. After a bit, the drum kit then rejoins the track. Some synth elements then come in.

From there, the vocals take the track into the main chorus. Some backup vocals are also present here. The section is capped off with an instrumental section.

After that, the vocals pick things up again as they take the track into the next verse. After a brief instrumental section, the vocals take the track into the main chorus again. An additional chime element also joins the track here in a more subtle manner. Other synths also make an appearance on a near equal subtle level.

From there, the track drops and some pitch-bent vocals make a brief appearance. The drum it returns and some additional synths make an appearance.

After that, the vocals take the track back into the main chorus. After a bit, the track gradually fades out.

The vocals are pretty good. They really give the track some life. The lyrics, meanwhile, are vague enough to mean a number of different things. Are the lyrics talking about drugs? Are the lyrics talking about music? What about a significant other? How about food or alcohol? What about chocolate? Depending on how you listen to the track, the lyrics could actually be talking about a host of things. Yet, they all make sense in their own way, so that’s a positive way of looking at the lyrics.

Meanwhile, the piano actually sounds quite nice. They give the track a nice relaxed sound. The synths also add to the track in their own ways as well.

Overall, this is a pretty solid track. The vocals an piano give this track a nice relaxed, yet lively sound. The synths work to give the track some variety. Also, the lyrics can have a number of implied meanings. In the end, this is actually a very solid track.


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