Review: Bad Religion – A Walk (Rock)

This review covers the punk rock track Bad Religion – A Walk.

This track was released in 1996 on the album The Gray Race.

The track starts with a guitar. Shortly after, the vocals take the track straight into the main chorus. The drumkit is also present here.

Right after, the vocals take the track into the main chorus. In the next verse, the guitars are slightly altered. At the end, a guitar solo comes in.

From there, the vocals take the track into the next verse. After that, the vocals take the track into the next round in the main chorus. Backup vocals are present here. The vocals then extend the main chorus. The vocals lead the track out.

One thing about this track that is immediately noticeable is that it is a pretty short track. While it does seem to squeeze everything in a compact manner, it is still quite short regardless.

Another thing that is noticeable is that the theme for this track isn’t exactly the most typical theme in the world. Still, with the vocals and every other element, this track somehow manages to make this a decent sounding idea anyway. So, that is a pretty good accomplishment.

Meanwhile, the guitars are pretty well done. Combined with the vocals, I’d say the track is well done.

Overall, this is a very solid track. It has solid vocals and atypical lyrics that end up working pretty well here. The guitars sound quite good and everything does come together nicely. It is a bit short for my tastes, but still, this is a track that gets a thumbs up from me.


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