Review: Bryan Adams – (Everything I Do) I Do It for You (Pop)

This review covers the pop rock track Bryan Adams – (Everything I Do) I Do It for You.

This track was released in 1991 as a single. It is also part of the Robin Hood soundtrack.

The track starts with synth and a piano element. The vocals come in shortly after.

From there, the track slips into the main chorus. From there, the bass guitar comes in.

In the next section, some backup vocals come in to join the vocals. From there, the track then features a guitar solo. After there, the track then goes into a verse.

After that, the track goes into a much more subdued main chorus. After that, the track then breaks down, leading out with the string elements.

The track features some decent vocals. There is added strength for them when the backup vocals join in.

I thought the guitar solo was pretty decent. While it isn’t anything too fancy, the overall sound is actually interesting.

The only thing I found off with this track is that it takes a pretty weird line with the lyrics. It’s like there is an intro, a very long chorus, a verse, chorus, and then it ends. I’m not sure if this was the smartest decision in the world in terms of overall track construction.

Overall, this is an alright track. It features decent vocals and guitar work. The overall configuration of it is a bit odd to me. Still, it isn’t a terrible track. A decent one all around.


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