Review: Sloan – The Lines You Amend (Rock)

This review covers the alternative rock track Sloan – The Lines You Amend.

This track was released in 1996 on the album One Chord to Another.

The track starts with guitars and a drum kit. The vocals then take the track into the first verse. An additional guitar does join the track briefly. After a brief pause, the vocals continue into the verse.

From there, the vocals take the track into the main chorus. There’s a brief instrumental section that follows.

After that, the vocals take the track into the next verse. Backup vocals make an appearance as well. The guitars then suddenly lead the track out.

A problem I have with the track is that it’s yet another one of those Beatles soundalike tracks. So, already, the overall sound is dated as it is.

Another problem I do note with this track is the fact that the main chorus really only appears once. It is sandwiched between two long verses. Because of the length, this track almost aimlessly meanders around on the lyrical side of things.

The vocals are OK, but nothing big by any means.

Overall, this is a pretty bland track. The track ends up being another Beatles soundalike track that ultimately makes it dated at the starting gate. Meanwhile, the lyrics aimlessly meanders with the appearance of a single round in the main chorus. The vocals are OK, but nothing big. So, a barely passable track.


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