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Nice song, sounds a bit Wolfsbane-ish to me which is fine. I only dislike the production on this song (especially this song). Because it almost sounds like they recorded the song in an empty room with only 1 microphone. While it works on the more brooding songs of The X Factor, it takes away a lot from the punchier songs. At least I think this way.
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I really like this one. Am I the only one who feels they should have released The X Factor as a double-album?
Not as strong as the other B-sides, but it's nonetheless, like them, a lot peppier than most of the actual album. This one actually sums up the Blaze years quite well - they didn't care about what the critics thought, they did what they wanted and succeeded, if not critically, then personally. The song feels like it would work well live TBH, they could use it sometime. If they wanted to. But hey, they live their way. 8/10.