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  • Returning instruments to the mix, I can thankfully say that Sick And Tired/Sick And Tired is not only an immense step up from the preceding track, Hung Overture, but actually one of the best songs on the record and one of my personal favorites
  • After listening to some songs on the band’s debut album, No Randy No, and several of the preceding tracks on this record, I knew that it was only a matter of time before Sledding With Tigers really embraced the more developed songwriting they’ve been showing hints of and I think that Sick And Tired/Sick And Tired is the song they do it on
  • As the band embrace outside instrumentation and completely shift the direction of the track in the middle of the song, Sledding With Tigers certainly move beyond the enjoyable yet somewhat one-dimensional songwriting I found characteristic to many of the preceding songs on both their first and second record


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      Sick And Tired/Sick And Tired is a song by Sledding With Tigers and the sixth track on their second album, The Hill Sheep. Returning instruments to the mix, I can thankfully say that Sick And Tired/Sick And Tired is not only an immense step up from the preceding track, Hung Overture, but actually one of the best songs on the record and one of my personal favorites.

      Starting out with a fairly laidback sound, the


      lead vocals go along with a simple mandolin pattern in the background before fifty seconds in when more vocals join in the mix along with a violin.

      As if this part wasn’t good enough because of the incredibly full sound that the band are able to achieve, they really change up the track after about a minute and fifteen seconds to pick up the tempo and give the track a slightly more upfront sound.

      The ...


      • chorus of voices on the delivery throughout this second half of the track is among the best on the record in my opinion.

        After listening to some songs on the band’s debut album, No Randy No, and several of the preceding tracks on this record, I knew that it was only a matter of time before Sledding With Tigers really embraced the more developed songwriting they’ve been showing hints of and I think that Sick

        And Tired/Sick And Tired is the song they do it on.

        As the band embrace outside instrumentation and completely shift the direction of the track in the middle of the song, Sledding With Tigers certainly move beyond the enjoyable yet somewhat one-dimensional songwriting I found characteristic to many of the preceding songs on both their first and second record.

        Overall, Sick And Tired/Sick And Tired is incredibly strong and one of the band’s better songs.




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