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Jeff Took A Trip by Prime

Welcome/welcome back to the blog! Today we're talking about Prime and their release Jeff Took A Trip. I've worked with Prime before, and Lee is always showing me support, so of course, I found some time to do this post! 

Going off the previous tracks from Prime, I had pretty decent expectations from this track. 

It's a soft, soothing track to listen to. It's groovy, it's got a steady stream to the track, it has an old school classic, soft rock vibe to it. It's refreshing to hear a track like this in modern music. It's a classic Prime track. It's exactly what you'd expect from Prime, and it's exactly what I expected the song to sound like. If you're a fan of Prime's sound, then you'll love this track. It's soft, it's easy listening. It's something that you could listen to when you need a calming track, it's a decent background song. Although, I personally love a good tempo change in a song, and this track doesn't have the tempo changes I personally desire, but I know so many people will love this track! It's a song suitable for everyone, anybody could find this a decent track. Although this isn't my favourite track from Prime, it's one that I can still appreciate. I love that I can hear everything going on in the track. 

Overall, I'd give Jeff Took A Trip a 3.5 out of 5 lemons. It's got some incredible elements within the track, like the vocals. They're a stand out feature of the track, and one I am able to fully appreciate. Although this track is maybe not what I'd gravitate towards, it's a song that is mood dependant for me, and I could definitely recommend you checking out if you like your old school classic rock tracks, and if you're already a fan of Prime. 

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