Review: Tommy Page – I’ll Be Your Everything (Pop)

This review covers the pop track Tommy Page – I’ll Be Your Everything.

This track was released in 1990 as a single.

The track starts with some guitars and synth elements. An additional brass element comes in before the vocals come in. Some back up vocals are also used.

The main chorus then comes in with some string elements as well as a more pronounced snare. This ends with a brief instrumental section.

The next verse comes in and the track pulls back a lot of elements. It leaves just the vocals, some simple drum kit elements and a chime melody. After this, the main chorus comes back in.

In the next verse, an electric guitar backs the vocals. Other elements such as the brass comes back in as well.

An additional main chorus comes in with some additional vocals in the background. After this, the track then breaks down. The track ends with the brass element leading the track out.

A problem I have with this track is the heavy reliance on cliche lyrics. This gives the impression of this track being quite unimaginative. It can also give off the impression of this track being tired and worn.

The various elements are alright. The use of a guitar and some brass do work in this tracks favour. Even the slow tempo does help set the mood of this track.

Overall, this track does have some things going for it. The various instruments used throughout do work in this tracks favour. Unfortunately, the lyrics are loaded with cliche’s that make the track seem unimaginative. So, a fairly mediocre track.

Score
6.5/10

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