Three songs to review honestly. Did they live up to their release of “Man in Love” album or bombed? Which one will it be?
Of course Infinite’s album “Destiny” did not fail. Well, that’s according to MelOn, Naver, and etc. Destiny (their song) received an all kill on the charts, but how do I feel about this album? I can tell you about Destiny since I reacted to it. I think Destiny is better off as an audio than a music video because I was focus more on why Hoya bursting into flame than the music. Seriously, who wants to kill Hoya. That lovable guy! Also, why L turn into dust? More importantly why Woollim released version B before version A? I had A LOT of questions. But let’s move forward to the album.
I really like the beat in the beginning. Nice vocals heading up to the chorus. Sorry, I don’t know which one is which, but I really like the vocals in this song. I’m listening it through and through because of the rap. Usually, whenever the vocals are good the rap tends to mess it up a bit. I really like Inception (probably better than Destiny), but I there’s no rap in this. I think hearing Hoya or Dongwoo’s voice would have added something, but it’s still a good song.
I’m Going To You
This feels like a ballad, but it’s not. That snippet they released sounded like a ballad, but the beat is proving it otherwise. I like how it’s not a complete ballad because that title made me believe that it was. This doesn’t have rap in this song either. Hm, that’s kind of weird, but okay. This is a decent song, but I don’t think I would buy this song for myself.
Now, here’s a ballad. Of course, I think this would be one because is this dedicated to their mothers? Who plays the piano? Woohyun, L, or Sunggyu? I think Woohyun. I hope he’s the one is playing the piano because it’s really pretty. I think I like the chorus more so than the verses because when their voices are together is really good. This song is okay.
I can see why this album is selling fast because overall this album is really good. I like this album better than Man in Love because it’s not ballad after ballad. Plus, for Mother I’ll give it a pass because it’s a meaning theme and theme SOMETIMES trumps everything, but also I like the chorus. Overall I’ll give Infinite a 8 out of 10!