Review: Blur – Stereotypes (Pop)

This review covers the pop track Blur – Stereotypes.

This track was released in 1995 on the album The Great Escape.

The track starts with a guitar and some synth keys. Additional guitars and a synth come in. The vocals then come in for a verse.

From there, the vocals take the track into the main chorus. This is backed by an additional guitar. This is capped off with an instrumental section.

After that, the vocals then come in for another verse. The synth keys do make a reappearance. Right after, the vocals take the track into the next round of the main chorus. This section is capped of with an instrumental section with a brief guitar solo in the beginning.

From there, the vocals then take the track into the main chorus again. The vocals extend the main chorus. After that, the vocals along with some backup vocals lead the track out with subtle keys.

This is one of those tracks where it is difficult to really name positives here. The vocals are pretty bland and the lyrics are a bit skimpy.

Meanwhile, the guitars a bit bland. The synth keys and other synths to make things a bit better, but there’s really noting overly exciting about them.

Overall, this is a fairly bland track. The vocals are bland and the lyrics are quite simplistic. The guitars are nothing to get excited over. On the plus side, the synth keys and other synths do make this track a bit more bearable. In the end, though, this track can easily be skipped thanks to its overall blandness.


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