Review: Wet Wet Wet – Make it Tonight (Pop)

This review covers the pop track Wet Wet Wet – Make it Tonight.

This track was released in 1992 on the album High on the Happy Side.

The track starts off with some percussion work. A bass guitar comes in. Shortly after, a guitar element joins in followed shortly by the vocals.

The guitars pick up and the vocals take the track into the first round in the main chorus. The section ends with an effect.

From there, the vocals take the track into the next verse. They are joined by some backup vocals for a brief period. After this, the vocals take the track into the next round in the main chorus.

After that, the vocals take the track straight into the next verse. This section is backed by some organ keys. After that, the vocals take the track into another round in the main chorus. This time, this is backed by the organ keys. The main chorus is repeated as the guitars return to the track. During the third repeat of the main chorus, the track fades out.

A problem with this track is that some of the vocals are so quiet, it’s hard to understand them. This problem is especially problematic during some of the earlier verses.

The good side is that the main chorus is changed up every round. While not entirely ground breaking, it does add some nice variety to the track.

A downside is the fact that this track relies so much on the main chorus. There isn’t a whole lot that makes this track interesting outside of the main chorus. The main chorus itself is merely decent.

Overall, this is a fairly weak track. It has a half decent chorus that does change things up. Unfortunately, it’s hard to come up with positives in this track outside of that. The verses are quiet and hard to understand at times. What verses there are, there is very few of them as this track relies heavily on the main chorus to make it by. So, overall, this is a passable track, but nothing to be impressed by.

Score
5.5/10

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