Review: Sam Phillips – Circle of Fire (Rock)

This review covers the rock track Sam Phillips – Circle of Fire.

This track was released in 1994 on the album Martinis & Bikinis.

The track starts with a drum kit and guitars. From there, the vocals then take the track into the first verse.

The vocals then take the track into the first round of the main chorus. After that, the vocals then take the track into the next verse. This verse is short as the vocals then take the track into the next round of the main chorus. This is capped off with an instrumental section.

From there, the vocals then take the track into the next verse. After that, the vocals take the track into the next round in the main chorus. After that, the vocals then take the track into another verse. The vocals then take the track straight into the next round of the main chorus. An instrumental section then follows. From there, the guitars lead the track out.

One thing I definitely noticed is that the verses seem quite short. As a result, this track tends to rapidly switch from verse to chorus to verse to chorus again. It depends on what this track does around this whether this is a good thing or a bad thing.

There are very few instrumental sections to break the track up. As a result, the sections are basically just go through one at a time until the end. On top of it, there really isn’t much variety outside of those instrumental sections. It’s like the producers came up with a decent intro, but didn’t know what else to do with the instruments by and large for the rest of the track. So, you largely get an endless loop of the same sound almost from beginning to end.

Overall, this track is a fairly average track. The instruments used are repetitive and have a lot of that sameness going for it. Meanwhile, the vocals are OK, but the lyrics are just pushed through the speakers without anything really giving this track variety. So, a fairly mediocre track.

Score
6.5/10

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