Review: Jon Secada – Just Another Day (Pop)

This review covers the pop track Jon Secada – Just Another Day.

This track was released in 1992 as part of a single.

The track starts off with a drum kit. Piano then comes in. After that, the vocals come in shortly after. This is accompanied by backup vocals. There is a brief piano solo before the vocals return to continue the verse.

After this, the vocals take the track into the main chorus. There is some added emphasis with some synth string.

The vocals then take the track to the next verse. From there, the vocals take the track into the next round in the main chorus. This is capped off with some piano. There is even some non-lyrical vocals that make appearances. After that, the backup vocals take the track into another round with the main chorus. There are some subtle chime elements here as well. After this, the track fades out with the main chorus being repeated.

One thing about the track is that the vocals aren’t bad. In and of themselves, they are pretty decent. The backup vocals are also quite decent.

This track, however, suffers from a few problems. One problem is a general lack of transitions between sections for most of the track. As a result of this oversight, the track just seems more fluid and it makes it harder to distinguish between sections.

Another problem with this track is that verses are a bit on the skimpy side. There are verses, but the track is largely variations of the main chorus for the most part.

An additional problem is that there really isn’t much that makes this track particularly exciting or unique. So, it can be very easily forgotten after a few years.

Overall, this isn’t the greatest track in the world. The vocals are decent, but there isn’t much else going for this track. The lyrics are a bit skimpy and there really isn’t much that makes it a distinct or memorable track. An OK track, but an easily forgettable one.


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