Review: Nickelback – Fly (Rock)

This review covers the grunge track Nickelback – Fly.

This track was released in 1996 on the E.P. Hesher.

The track starts with guitars and some vocals. The vocals take the track into the first verse. Shortly after, the drum kit and lead guitars come in as the vocals take the track into the main chorus.

From there, the vocals take the track into a brief verse before they take the track into another round in the main chorus. In the next verse, the lead guitars continue as the vocals adjust how it’s being sung. This is capped off with an instrumental section.

After that, the vocals take the track into the next verse. It doesn’t take long before the vocals take the track into the next round in the main chorus. Again, the next verse is sung in the alternate way as the lead guitars continue on. After this, the track just drops out and ends.

The first thing I do notice with this track is that it is a bit on the short side. Clocking in at under three minutes, this track is quite brief.

As for the vocals. They are decent enough. Are they amazing? I wouldn’t say so, but they aren’t bad either. As for the lyrics, there isn’t a whole lot to get excited over. They carry the track, but nothing much beyond that.

The guitars are reasonable. They do give this track a sense of progression which isn’t bad. They sound decent enough to me in the end.

Overall, the biggest handicap of this track is the short length. The vocals are reasonable and the lyrics are OK, but nothing huge. The guitars are decent enough as they do give the track a good sense of progression. So, it’s a decent track, but the length of it unfortunately holds it back somewhat.


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