It's time to wipe away the tears and take a breath of relief as the long-awaited go back of SS501 has come in the kind of 3 with sub-unit workforce Double S 301 in their new song "Pain." The ladswereclear of the scene for a couple of years and are coming back more potent than ever with their powerfully alluring song.
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"Pain" is a song full of charisma, quite so much ofadjustments in sound and, overall, a country Latin sensation combined into the rough yet modern vocals of Double S 301. "Pain" has a true "LOVEYA" vibe to it as the dance is elegant and in-your-face whilst expressing the excitingfeelings of love. "Pain's" cushy piano paired with the repetitive harmonic guitar riffs create a supercombine of melodies. The song's instrumental provides an intense concentratebecause of the dramatic rises in pace and surprising drops into silence, making it an incredibly dramatic track! Dive into the MV for yourself and try what Double S 301 has brought to the table!
The maximum winning side is the uprise in tempo which actually brings a hurry to the listener as the refrain becomes intensified after the wacky rap verse earlier than it. The "sweet and bitter" verse has a little Seo Taiji feeling to it in the sense of shooting a zany sound yet information technology makes "Pain" raisea fantastic charm and show off close to variety. The 'Engrish' lyrics are any other loveable factor of this song because each and every fan will all the time exist repeating "I'm so pain" when relevant. The building up before the general poetry at 2:25 is rather intense as sirens play all over the monotonous "pain" which then lead up to a prime pitched high note that makes this song excessive and flooding with emotion!
The MV was once done exceptionally smartlyfor plenty of reasons. It actuallyemphasized their dynamic frame movements in each routine, and the blank ivory room contrasting with their black silhouettes make it completely eye-catching! However, they appearsomewhat rusty because, despite the reality that their dance moves are sharp and striking, it lacks good looks every bitthe ones body waves are less sauve and more stiff. The delicatecolour changes from red and red back to wash white really constitute passionate lust and emotions of pain combined alongside purity. The visionary charmremains truthful to this song's idea and sends the listener into a tango-like whirlwind of emotions with its Latin-inspired sound. Most of these pieces combined makes "Pain" relaxing as it has the moving message of a ballad but the robust sounds of hit songs at some point of the golden years of 2010.
In the end, SS501 have released more cast and straight away likable hits but the sounds of "Pain" really grow on you briefly and easily! It's far refreshing to lookthose seniors back at thedegree and taking it on with a some new flair and an nice looking style! The crowdappear to be a relic in time, which makes them rating high as "Pain" offersa pleasant feel of nostalgia with every listen.