Review: Prozzak – Www.nevergetoveryou (Pop)

This review covers the pop track Prozzak – Www.nevergetoveryou.

This track was released in 2000 on the album Saturday People.

The track starts with a voice sample with some stuttering effects. This is backed by some synth effects. After an additional effect, the vocals come in along with some keys. There is a ping pong effect between some voice samples and the main vocals as well.

After that, the vocals take the track into the first verse with the drum kit and a lead guitar. There are a few subtle synth effects along the way. Part way through, choir elements join the track. After that, the vocals take the track into the main chorus. At the end, a triangle is added along with some instant messaging samples.

From there, the vocals continue with the next verse backed by elements similar to the first verse. The choir elements join the track part way through. After that, the vocals take the track into the main chorus with some slight modifications. This is capped off with the same instrumental section.

The track then drops back a bit with the vocals being backed by some synth elements. After that, the vocals take the track into the main chorus again. The main chorus repeats and is layered with the instrumental section.

One thing this track has going for it is the variety. Even during the final fade out, the track uniquely layers the instrumental section along with the main chorus. Nowhere else in the track does this happen. Elements do get repeated for structure, but the presentation is always adjusting. As a result, the track has a nice fluid, yet familiar sound which works quite well.

Another thing I do like about this track is the samples used. Back in 2000, you might be confused and think someone is messaging you, but now, it’s a nice novelty that has been thrown in. It also nicely fits with the theme overall. Interestingly enough, the idea of finding love actually winds up being more prevalant now then it did back in 2000 when 56K modems were still a thing. Listening to this now is weird because it’s both relevant and dated at the same time.

Overall, this is a very well constructed track. It sounds great, has a good variety, and has a well thought out theme throughout. It’s quite hard to really find anything really wrong with this one. So, an overall very solid track worth listening to.


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