This review covers the pop track Captain Jack – Captain Jack.
This track was released in 1995 on the album The Mission.
The track starts with the male vocals. After a brief guitar element, the female vocals then take over with heavy breathing. From there, the guitar takes over for a brief period.
From there, the male vocals take over, taking the track into the main chorus. The main vocals also have backup vocals that mirror the main vocals. This section is capped off with the female vocals.
A guitar solo comes in before the male vocals come back in. These vocals take the track back into the main chorus with a particularly long vocal. This section is capped off with the female vocals.
The male vocals make a return. These vocals take the track back into the main chorus again. The lyrics are somewhat altered as well. This section is capped off with the female vocals. The track then breaks down with the guitar element taking the track out.
One thing I do like about this track is the fact that the vocals are quite crisp and clear. Another positive is the fact that the vocals are stylized like the typical military music. This really punctuates the military theme these track tries to go for nicely. The fact that it is blended into a well done dance tune really gives this track it’s own audio flavour.
The only thing that gives me pause about this track is the fact that it is also borderline military propaganda. For me, I go back and forth on whether or not this is a bad thing to be honest.
Still, this is a great track. It has a catchy sound to it. The vocals are nice and clear. The various synths and instruments also sound great. So, an overall great track.