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2.91 | 44 ratings

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2 stars #54 Review

One of the two releases that differ between what it says here and in YouTube, while the information here says that the B-side is "Taking It All Too Hard", the one i have here has "Second Home By The Sea" instead.

1.- That's All: A pretty good pop track, really fun to play and sing, has some cool solo sections near the end and overall a great simple time. This version is the same as the album version.

2.- Second Home by the Sea: Would've been nice if it started without the sounds of the first section of Home by the Sea, this is exactly as it is on the album version of the digital album on YT, so its not that special. Still, its a weird choice to have this on its own, because this instrumental ends with vocals that just don't make sense on its own without the first section. Its cool that they added this music piece to accompany the pop single though.

With the release listed here and the one i listened to, i don't think this release is very special nowadays, it doesn't add anything to what the album already offers, even the cover looks bad, this is again another 2 star from me, but my next review will feature something interesting that i think everyone should hear because even i had no idea something like that existed, also the reason why i expect more from singles and B-sides.

FalconBleck | 2/5 |


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