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Previous Releases: Raging Clue

 Last week I did a review of Raging Clue's latest release 'Road So Far', and after that I was asked if I'd be willing to go back and share my thoughts on the previous releases. So, of course, I said yes and here we are! Today I'm going to be going back to the previous Raging Clue releases and telling you my thoughts on them.

Their first release was Wildchild, which was released last year. This is one of those classics, fast-paced punk-rock tracks. A sound, that we hear a lot from classic tracks. It's reminiscent of something you'd hear from the bigger punk-rock bands, this isn't my favourite track of there's but, let's be realistic Road So Far really did win my heart. This is still a great track though, it's punchy, it's got that iconic beat and rhythm to it, and it hits the spot. It does what you'd expect it to do, and as a debut single, I think it's a solid track. It's not as refined of a sound as what they have currently, but I still like it, and I'd still listen to it on repeat without any complaints. It's decent, and I'd give it a 4 out of 5 lemons. Not my favourite, but I still like it. I think it's a solid track, and definitely worth a listen if you've never heard it before. 

The next track is She Don't, this was the first Raging Clue song I heard, and I do quite like it. I think it's a decent track, and I do prefer it to Wildchild. It's another great track that packs the punch you expect it to pack. It's a great track, and I really like it. I think it's engaging to listen to. It's a great song, and it's incredibly catchy, it's loud and anthemic. It's a belter of a track, it's of course, not my favourite because Road So Far is my favourite, but this song is still great, and it hits the spot for me. It does what I want it to do, and I'm pretty impressed with this track. Overall, I'd give it a 5 out of 5 lemons. 

The last track we need to talk about is Drop This Feeling, which was released this year. This isn't dissimilar from the other tracks, and it packs the same sort of punch. It's a decent song, and it's got a bit of a heavier, more punk orientated vibe to it compared to the others. The chorus goes hard though, and that's one of my favourite things about this track. Of course, I love the song in its entirety, but it really did win me over with the chorus, and the change between the chorus and verses, big fan of that. I really like this song, more than I thought I'd like it. It's probably my second favourite out of the 4 tracks, but it's incredible! Really dig this track and the vibes of it! Overall, I'd give this track a 5 out of 5 lemons! 

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