Review: Mukkaa – Neebro (Stuart Crichton Mix) (Trance)

This review covers the trance track Mukkaa – Neebro (Stuart Crichton Mix).

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

The track starts with a 303-like synth along with a voice sample. A kick then comes in along with a clap. Some high hats then join the track.

From there, the track drops somewhat with just a synth melody. It then builds up quickly with a major synth rhythm and a few other synths playing out. An additional synth melody then joins in. This melody then fades away. A snare roll then ends the section.

The track then drops and the main synth melody comes in. This is joined by a choir element that is sprinkled in. A part of the main synth melody then loops as other elements join in on the track. After this, several synths join in like before. The secondary melody joins in on the track again for a brief period. A part of the main synth melody then stars to loop again.

After a snare roll, several elements drop out as the main synth melody plays out. This is joined by an additional synth effect. Some choir elements join in on the track. The main melody then ends and it’s easier to hear the synth pads that joined the track. After that, the track then gradually fades out.

One thing I do like about the track is the main synth melody. It actually sounds quite good. with and without several of the other synth melodies.

In the other sections, the synths do sound pretty good. While it gives the track a good presence, the main melody is ultimately where it is at with this track.

Overall, this is a very solid track. It has a good flow, and a great main melody. The other synths are also pretty good as well. The choir elements is a nice touch as well. So, an overall very solid track worth listening to.


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