Review: Matthew Good Band – Indestructible (Rock)

This review covers the alternative rock track Matthew Good Band – Indestructible.

This track was released in 1997 on the album Underdogs.

The track starts with a bass guitar. From there, the drum kit and lead guitars come in. The track then quickly drops out a bit and the bass guitar and drum kit sticks around. The vocals then come in for a first verse.

After that, the vocals take the track into the first round of the main chorus with the lead guitars returning to the track. The guitars change things up somewhat as the vocals finish off the main chorus. A brief instrumental section follows, leaving only the bass guitar as the track breaks down.

The track the builds back up as the various elements return. From there, the vocals take the track into the next verse as the track pulls back somewhat. When the vocals take the track into the next round in the main chorus, the lead guitars return. The vocals extend the main chorus as the backup vocals come in in a subtle way. An instrumental section then comes in.

After that, the guitars lead the track out.

One thing this track has going for it is some optimistic vibes. This is mixed with a sense of confidence as the title would imply.

The vocals are decent enough and the guitars are pretty good as well.

The only real problem I have with this track is that there is that sense of the track being a bit on the generic side. There’s not a whole lot that makes this track really distinct from other tracks.

Still, this track is decent enough. The vocals are decent and the guitars work pretty well. There is a nice upbeat and optimistic mood throughout the track. While there is a fair bit that is generally generic and non-distinct, it still holds its own in a decent manner. So, a decent track all around.


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