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K-Pop A-Z Review: f(x) – Spread Its Wings

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Spread Its Wings (from God Of Study OST – 2010)

A sub-unit track recorded for the God Of Study OST, Spread Its Wings brings together Luna, Krystal and Amber for a mushy mid-tempo that sounds exactly as you’d expect it to. For a group so open to experimentation, it’s kind of crazy how straightforward f(x)’s OST releases are. Spread Its Wings is a gentle head-nodder, innocuous as most TV drama background music is. It’s also a product of its era, swelling with a gentle symphonic flourish reminiscent of the work being created by artists like IU and producers like Sweetune during 2010. It all builds to a rousing crescendo – electric guitar included – but fades from memory soon after.

 Hooks 7
 Production 8
 Longevity 7
 Bias 7
 RATING 7.25

~ 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) – Spread Its Wings

  1. Hey Nick, do you have any EDM house songs [electro house if possible] from F(X) that you can recommend? Maybe something similar to SKZ’s ‘MIROH’ or SVT’s ‘HIT”?

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    • Hmmm… I don’t know that they have anything exactly like that, though the run of Pink Tape > Red Light > 4 Walls definitely has moments.

      You might enjoy All Mine, though, since it’s so EDM:

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      • I can’t believe I’ve never heard ‘all mine’ before. It was a really great listen! Thanks for the recommendations, i think i have to dive into F(x)’s discography now.

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