Review: The Heights – How Do You Talk to an Angel (Pop)

This review covers the pop rock track The Heights – How Do You Talk to an Angel.

This track was released in 1992 as a single.

The track starts off with a guitar element with some reverberation effect added to it. A bass guitar makes an appearance. The vocals then come in.

Shortly after this, the vocals then take the track into the main chorus. An electric guitar makes an appearance here. This section is capped off with a brass element.

From there, the vocals continue into the next verse with the brass continuing straight through. Shortly after that, the main chorus is repeated again. Backup vocals make an appearance here. This section is capped off with a guitar solo with some brass elements.

After this, the main chorus is simply repeated again. The main chorus is repeated again with some more backup vocals. This is capped off with some guitars and some brass. The track then leads out with one last appearance with the brass and one last non-lyrical vocal.

The big problem this track has is that this is almost all main chorus. What few verses there are, there is virtually nothing there save for a very small handful of lines.

Another problem with this track is that the vocals almost single like the vocalist has no tongue. It can be hard to understand because it’s sung so oddly at times.

The main chorus is half decent, though nothing spectacular. Since this track is practically this section repeated several times, it leaves me rather unimpressed.

Overall, this is a very mediocre track. There is a half decent main chorus, but there is very little else in this track. The vocals also sing the lyrics oddly at times so its difficult to understand some of the lyrics. So, a very mediocre track in my books.

Score
6/10

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