K-Pop A-Z

K-Pop A-Z Review: f(x) – No More

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No More (from Pink Tape – 2013)

Taking a doo wop approach, No More has a much warmer tone than much of the experimental Pink Tape album. As such, it’s a nice palette cleanser but tends to get lost in the shuffle. f(x) adopt a brighter performance style, steering just short of the “cute” approach favored by many of their peers. Though the song never builds to anything spectacular, the instrumental has a pleasant shuffle to it and there are some nice harmonies supporting the central melody. The chorus is catchy if repetitive, and buoyed by an airy bed of vocals that makes No More feel light as a feather. A climactic bridge is especially welcome, and brings the track to a rousing finish.

 Hooks 8
 Production 8
 Longevity 8
 Bias 7
 RATING 7.75

~ Rest in peace, Sulli. We will forever be grateful for the incredible music and spirit you left behind ~

3 thoughts on “K-Pop A-Z Review: f(x) – No More

  1. As an F(x) fan I can say this has to be some of the best lyrics from them simply because of how unique the topic is. I dont think I’ll ever see a kpop song have a concept like that again. I reccomend people check out the lyrics for the full experience and to better understand the aegyo going on in the song. F(x) lyrics never dissapoint but this one especially so.

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