A female voice is chosen and the mixing/mastering quality is phenomenal. The song begins with a beat that seems to reflect native African culture. I get the sense that at some points the exquisite (multiple armed) Opera Singer from The Fifth Element movie is going to join in to compliment the wonderful singing. The actress/singer never makes a guest appearance, yet the 2nd vocal track blends harmoniously in the higher mix quite well. It would have been fantastic to hear the singing and/or a different use of beats at the end of the first 30 seconds. Waiting a full minute to hear the amazing intro beat effects and singing was a little too long in my opinion. Yet I’d probably have a different view if I was lying in bed in a relaxed state trying to rest or clear my thoughts.
MandaBrat – Always There
At this later point the singer begins to express words that I had trouble discerning. It doesn’t matter to me much though, since House music is not known for emphasizing lyrics. After listening a few times my best guess is that the words are, “I can feel him saying and remember – doesn’t feel so far”. The way that MandaBrat chose to end the song is quite excellent! Very creative transitions to the end fade.
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