Review: Full on the Mouth – Another (Alternative Rock)

This review covers the alternative rock track, Full on the Mouth – Another.

This particular track was released in 1998 on the Collide album. This track was also made famous because it made an apearance on the video game Road Rash 64.

There is plenty to enjoy about this track. What I really enjoyed was the successful fusion of rock and electronic elements. I thought that while it is definitely still a rock track, the electronic elements added a nice sound to this track.

The overall sound atmosphere in this track was also very well done. Nothing really sticks out to me as annoying or anything as each element was nicely balanced and had their place in the track.

One final thing I did think was a positive in this track was the back-up whispering vocals. I thought that those added a nice quality to this track.

The main vocals has both positive and negative elements in this track. On the upside, I thought the way the vocals were laid out in the track was nicely done. It didn’t overpower the track and the overall sound of the vocals helped to give this track dimension. The one thing I didn’t like about the main vocals was the fact that it was hard to understand the lyrics of this track. It was so hard to understand the lyrics, most of the meaning built into this track went right over my head.

I would say this track would make for very good backing to something else. Since the meaning of the lyrics is muddied anyway, it doesn’t hurt the quality of the track to have something over top if it (which I think made it a great addition to a video game, actually). On it’s own, however, it was decent to listen to, but I don’t think it has a whole lot of lasting appeal in the long term.


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