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THE CONTRACT/BLUEPRINT OF THE DREAM

Purson

 

Crossover Prog

3.21 | 5 ratings

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Rune2000
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3 stars The Contract was the second single off the band's debut album The Circle & The Blue Door. This single was released almost a month after Purson released the video for the song on their YouTube channel PursonMusic. Even though I like the song, it was far from one of my favorites among the eleven tracks featured on the band's debut album. If anything, it's a very representative track of Purson and their style so if you enjoy the composition then remember that there is more even better material out there to discover.

The second track, The Blueprint Of The Dream, is one of those pretty generic Purson tracks that aren't really bad but lack the melodic hook that would make it a standout moment. This is almost an acoustic track that features only a few sounds of electric guitars and the familiar sound of organ that otherwise dominate the band's repertoire. I'd say that you'll be better off purchasing the band's debut album The Circle & The Blue Door or their debut EP Rocking Horse before exploring this single.

**** star songs: The Contract (4:11)

*** star songs: Blueprint Of The Dream (3:25)

Rune2000 | 3/5 |

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