Review: Eve 6 – Inside Out (Rock)

This review covers the alternative rock track Eve 6 – Inside Out.

This track was released in 1998 on a self-titled album.

The track starts with vocals and guitars. From there, the drum kit comes in.

After a bit, the vocals take the track into the main chorus. From there, the vocals take the track straight into the next verse. This is followed by another round in the main chorus. This is capped off with an instrumental section.

From there, the vocals return, taking the track into the next verse. After that, the vocals take the track into another round in the main chorus, but with the presence of backup vocals. This is capped off with another instrumental section.

The vocals return for a moment before the guitars lead the track out with a bit of feedback.

One thing I do notice with this track is that some of the lyrics are a bit drowned out by the guitars. This happens for a little bit, but it does happen.

Another thing I notice about this track is that there really is nothing distinct that grabs my attention. Instead, it just hammers out verses and chorus’ and, seemingly, hopes for the best. As a result, I get the sensation of the track speeding past me before I even have a chance to enjoy the track.

A part of the problem is that there really isn’t much for transitions. It just cuts from one section to another. It’s actually a pleasant surprise that there is flow towards the end because it simply isn’t present in the rest of the track.

Overall, I find the track to be a bit rushed and, as a result, forgettable. The transitions leave a lot to be desired and the mastering could use a bit of work in my view. On the plus side, the ending actually has decent flow and wraps up the track in a reasonable fashion. That’s about the only thing particularly positive that I could find in this track, though. So, a passable, but forgettable track.


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