Review: Richard Marx – Hazard (Rock)

This review covers the soft rock track Richard Marx – Hazard.

This track was released in 1992 as part of a single.

The track starts off with a drum kit and a synth effect. Some string synths also make an appearance. Some keys also make an appearance. The vocals then start in with the first verse.

From there, the vocals take the track into the first round in the main chorus. This is joined by a guitar element. This section is capped off with some keys and a synth strings.

The vocals then take the track into the next verse. Shortly after, the vocals take the track into the next round in the main chorus. This section is capped off with some higher pitched vocals as well as a guitar instrumental.

In the next section, the vocals take the track into the next round of the main chorus. This section is capped off with some of the synth elements as well as the acoustic guitars. After this, the track just gradually fades out.

One problem with this track is the vocals tend to slur the lyrics. As a result, it’s actually a bit hard to understand what is being said. Because of this, some of the meaning winds up getting lost.

There are some synth elements added to try and keep things interesting. Unfortunately, they don’t do that much to the track to add that much quality.

I listened for anything to get me excited for this track. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find it. I wanted to find something interesting here, but the elements that are there are pretty mediocre.

Overall, this is a pretty mediocre track. The vocals slur the lyrics and the different elements don’t really add a whole lot. I tried to find anything to get excited over this track, but nothing was really found. A fairly bland and mediocre track.

Score
6.5/10

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