Review: JX – There’s Nothing I Won’t Do (JX Original Mix) (Trance)

This review covers the trance track JX – There’s Nothing I Won’t Do (JX Original Mix).

This track was released in 1996 as a single.

The track starts off with a synth melody. A drum kit and a snare roll comes in. The bassline then comes in. Another snare roll comes in before the track drops.

After that, the vocals then come in for a main chorus. A synth backs the vocals. When the vocals start to repeat the main chorus, parts of the drum kit then comes in. From there, the vocals go non-lyrical as the piano and synth melody comes in along with the drum kit. The vocals then take the track into the main chorus again. When the vocals start to repeat, a synth string comes in as well.

From there, various elements drop out, leaving only a drum kit. A synth effect joins the track at this point. Elements of the vocals also return along with a synth. Another drop happens as the piano comes in. After a few kits, the drum kit comes back along with the synth string. The vocals then rejoin the track.

The vocals then take the track into the main chorus. Backup vocals join the track in a non-lyrical manner. After that, the main vocals go non-lyrical. After a kick, a synth effect and a pad is all that’s left. From there, the track fades out.

For me, the vocals sound pretty good. Both lyrical and non lyrical styles work pretty well for the vocals. The backup vocals is a pretty nice touch as well.

The synth pads and piano work pretty well Even the synth string which is lightly added work pretty well to give the track a well-rounded sound.

Overall, this is a pretty decent track. It’s got good vocals, synth, piano and strings. It has a pretty well rounded sound in the grand scheme of things. So, a pretty good track all around.


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