Review: Sum 41 – Makes No Difference (Rock)

This review covers the punk rock track Sum 41 – Makes No Difference.

This track was released in 2000 on the album Half Hour of Power.

One interesting thing about this track is the fact that it starts with a guitar solo in the left channel only. It doesn’t last all that long, but it was an interesting way to start a track.

What’s great about this track is the guitars in general. Throughout the entire track, they have such a great rock sound to them. Even during the slow part of the track, they have such a great sound to them.

The vocals were nicely done. There was a nice bit of variety to be had throughout the track.

My only criticism about this track is that some of the lyrics are a little hard to hear. As a result, some of the meaning is a bit lost in the track from time to time. Still, this didn’t detract too much from the track as a whole.

Overall, despite some of the lyrics being a little lost, this was an otherwise very good track. It’s got great variety and nice sound in the guitars. The intro was interesting. Quite enjoyable if you ask me.


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