Scars On Broadway - Insane (Song)  » Music  »
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  • The first verse is Malakian singing along with a light guitar riff and a very laid back drum rhythm without too much going on which gives Malakian’s voice the chance to take center stage and demonstrate his melodic tone which sounds pretty good in my opinion
  • The transition from the solo back into the third verse is somewhat awkward but other than this I have no major complaints against the track, it was also placed in the best spot in the track listing to give a break from the more aggressive and rock driven songs like Exploding/Reloading or Stoner-Hate


    • by Grimmy101
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      Insane is a track by Scars On Broadway which appears on their self-titled debut record which came out a few years ago. Unlike the previous two tracks, Exploding/Reloading and Stoner-Hate, Insane is much more similar to Funny because it’s very moderately paced and it features Malakian singing in a far more melodic tone rather than a very aggressive delivery. The first verse is Malakian singing along with a light

      guitar riff and a very laid back drum rhythm without too much going on which gives Malakian’s voice the chance to take center stage and demonstrate his melodic tone which sounds pretty good in my opinion. Interestingly, the chorus of the song is also melodic and moderately paced and it isn’t until the transition from the chorus into verse two that the song gets somewhat more aggressive, not exactly ...

      • a traditional structure of the one that I expected to hear which is a good thing. One thing about this track which I really do enjoy is that Malakian finally plays a guitar solo which is certainly something I was hoping he would do on this record. Although Malakian doesn’t solo all that much or ever play solos which just blow me away, whenever he does solo, I always
        end up thinking that he played exactly what the song called for, and Insane is certainly no exception. The transition from the solo back into the third verse is somewhat awkward but other than this I have no major complaints against the track, it was also placed in the best spot in the track listing to give a break from the more aggressive and rock driven songs like Exploding/Reloading or Stoner-Hate.




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