Review: Kaste – Desert Eagle (Original Mix) (Trance)

This review covers the progressive trance track Kaste – Desert Eagle (Original Mix).

This track was released in 2005 along with the Smith & Pedger Mix.

One interesting feature was the stuttered vocals with the reverberation effect. That did help to give this track a sense of mystery.

As for the main melody, it really gave this track a sense of something majestic. The piano that backed the main melody really balanced out the sound nicely, giving it a more dimensional sound.

The track does begin to break down somewhat. Fortunately, what makes this track tick returns for a second time. The second build-up really helped give the track a sense of completion.

Generally speaking, this track was a very solid effort. It has that majestic sound through the main melody. The piano helped elevate the overall quality. The effects were right on. The general production quality and construction of the track was well done. A great track all around.


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