Review: Bass Bumpers – The Music’s Got Me (House)

This review covers the house track Bass Bumpers – The Music’s Got Me.

This track was released in 1992 on the album Advance.

The track starts with some chords and vocals. A woodwind element is also present in the beginning as well. A secondary vocal then comes in as well. This section ends with a general bassline and general drum kit.

In the next section, the female vocals then come in with the woodwind element. The woodwind element doesn’t last long, but the vocals keep going for the verse. Shortly after, the main chorus then takes over. The vocals are joined by the secondary vocals.

Some keys join the track as the secondary vocals come back in for the first part of the next verse. The female vocals then take over to finish off the verse along with the woodwind element. From there, the track breaks down somewhat for a brief moment. Shortly after, the main chorus then takes over. This section is capped off with an instrumental section.

After this, the main vocals then take the track into the main chorus again. The track then pulls back with synth strings largely taking over. That and the vocals lead the track out.

One thing I do like about the track is the fact that the main chorus is quite catchy. The bassline, kick, and vocals really make this section quite enjoyable.

Another positive in this track is the secondary vocals. These vocals, though they are largely just talking, give the verses a nice variety. So, that’s quite enjoyable.

The woodwind instrument is also a positive in my books. It gives this track its own unique sound. It also just has a way of giving this track some kind of flare as well as if to add that last bit of quality.

Overall, this is an enjoyable track. It’s got a catchy main chorus and the multiple vocals give this track some nice variety. The woodwind element is a very nice touch. This track also features some pretty decent flow as well. So, overall, definitely a track worth listening to.


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