I'm So Excited (single version) - The Pointer Sisters - Custom Backing Track MP3

This title is a cover of I'm So Excited (single version) as made famous by The Pointer Sisters

Tempo: variable (around 183 BPM)

In the same key as the original: Gm

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Duration: 04:00 - Preview at: 00:45

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About I'm So Excited (single version)

Release date: 1982
Format: MP3 320 Kbps
Genres: Pop, Soul, In English
Original songwriters: Trevor Lawrence, Anita Pointer, June Pointer, Ruth Pointer

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  • 2 years ago
    • has rated this track
    The quality of performance/programing is good overall. But the final impression is let down by the unorthodox placement of the kick (which is a bit on the left of the center) and the snare (which is quite on the right of the center). In addition, the relatively low quality of the drum kit samples is evident especially when there are several consequent snare hits producing the famous machinegun effect.