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  • Predictably, Sledding With Tigers embraces the group of voices in the chorus of this track, but there are also some interesting vocal patterns at about a minute into the song where there’s the lead vocals, rhythm vocals, and then this chorus of voices which creates an incredibly whole sound
  • Overall, I will be clear in saying that Ten Fourty-Five definitely leaves something to be desired in terms of the actual music, but I think the vocals are among their best on the record on this particular song


    • by grimmy101
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      Ten Fourty-Five is a song by Sledding With Tigers and is the fourth song on their album The Hill Sleep. Opening up immediately with the vocals to the track, the instruments join in after the vocals lead the track by themselves for about ten seconds.

      One thing particularly nice about the vocals on this track is that the main vocal line is comprised of both a male and female voice rather than simply the traditional male tone.

      Predictably,


      Sledding With Tigers embraces the group of voices in the chorus of this track, but there are also some interesting vocal patterns at about a minute into the song where there’s the lead vocals, rhythm vocals, and then this chorus of voices which creates an incredibly whole sound.

      Overall, I will be clear in saying that Ten Fourty-Five definitely leaves something to be desired in terms of the actual music, but I think the vocals are among their best ...


      • on the record on this particular song.

        One particular strength of this track is that there are several sections where the instruments are actually not present on the track and the vocals get a chance to lead completely by themselves.

        This technique is particular effective when the instruments are playing and then drop out to give way to the vocals take center spotlight.

        The flaw I do find with the song is that songwriting is undeniably simple and I’m hoping

        to soon hear a track where the band really explodes with all the hints of developing songwriting they’ve shown thus far on the record.

        Despite this, Ten Fourty-Five is among the most accessible songs on the record and is also a pretty accurate representation of the typical sound from Sledding With Tigers.

        Because of this, if you’re a listener just trying to get into the band or this particular record, Ten Fourty-Five would make one of the better departure points.




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