Review: Intermission – Honesty (Single Mix) (Trance)

This review covers the trance track Intermission – Honesty (Single Mix).

This track was released in 1993 as part of a single.

The track starts off with a choir element. A synth string then joins in. Vocals then make an appearance along with some percussion work. A synth melody then comes in followed shortly by a drum kit.

The vocals then take the track into the main chorus. They are joined by several elements. This is capped off with a section with both a synth melody and backing melody.

From there, the track drops as parts of the vocals make an appearance. It is backed by the choir elements. A drum kit then joins in. The vocals drop out and piano takes over.

In the next section, several elements take over as the vocals go into the main chorus. Part way through, the secondary synth melody makes a brief appearance. This is followed by the main melody coming in being backed by the secondary melody.

After that, the track gradually breaks down, leaving the main synth to lead the track out.

One thing that is great about the track is the inclusion of some vocals. While they are playing a minor role, they do add a lot to the track.

The synth melodies definitely give this track some dimension. Both the major and secondary melodies work quite well here.

Meanwhile, the choir elements also give this track a nice sound throughout. They add a fair bit of quality to the overall listening experience.

Overall, this is a very solid track. It’s got great synth melodies and even some nice vocals added into the mix. The choir and other synth elements also certainly help things along. A very good track all around in my view.


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