Rock Report Listening Log

Although the nature of the individual artists, though similar is still definable through the way in which the beats are counted and the use of syncopation which is more prominent in the music of Ted Nugent. The two individual styles do not express a difference in musical style, but rather in the way in which musical choices in composing the work is accomplished. The most prominent differences is seen in the chorus lyric and the way in which the repetition is similar, but has a different texture in the way that it is composed.
Both songs competently represent the style of a hard rock song, however I prefer the work from Nugent over that from KISS, although that may not have been the choice I would have made when they were released. The lyrics in Nugent area bit more clever and the type of music does not seem quite as dated, although it is definitely identifiable from the 1970s. KISS has always been a band that was about theater over music, thus the music is not complicated and does not really represent music of the hard rock genre, despite being squarely positioned in that genre. Therefore, Nugent more than likely better represents the hard rock style than does