Review: Opus III – It’s a Fine Day (House)

This review covers the house track Opus III – It’s a Fine Day.

This track was released in 1992 on the album Mind Fruit.

The track starts with some synth strings and synth choir elements. This is layers with some birds chirping. After that, some vocals come in along with an additional synth melody.

The track then transitions into the main chorus with some of the synth elements fading away. Some synth keys join in on the track. This is capped off with some non-lyrical vocals.

From there, the track goes into the next verse with the vocals. A piano element briefly comes in before the vocals continue. After that, the main chorus comes in again.

The track then breaks down with some bird chirping. Some brass then comes in along with some non-lyrical vocals. Lyrical vocals make brief appearances here as well. This is capped off with some keys. From there, the track goes into the main chorus with the vocals. This is layered with an additional synth melody.

The track then breaks down with the main vocals singing out the main chorus along with some chime elements backing them. The track further breaks down with some synth choir elements. After that, the track breaks down completely.

One thing I do like is the non-lyrical vocal elements in the main chorus. They are surprisingly memorable in the track. The lyrical sections are also very nicely done.

The different elements throughout the track work quite well. The brass elements to add variety and the birds chirping that give the track a nice added touch all work quite well.

One thing I would have liked to have heard is a bit more variety in the lyrics. Still, this is a minor issue in this track.

Overall, this is a very solid track. It has great vocals both lyrical and non-lyrical. The various elements that pop in throughout the track give this track depth and variety. So, overall, a very decent track well worth listening to.

Score
7.5/10

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