Deep Purple?

Better Day Mudsoul Slave

This track reminded me a little bit of Deep Purple's Child in Time, with guitars echoing vocals, but maybe fortunately for the writer/s of this song, the similarity ended there!

I liked the intro, but I did get somewhat lost in the song as it went on, but I scored high on Musicianship, mainly for the apparent light and shade in the song, and also the prog rock style.

Emotional impact was there immediately, telling me that the Composer was writing from the heart about their own life experiences.

Drums and Percussion was very basic and somewhat limited, I would like to have heard more input there.

Overall an average production, but that does not take away the fact that I really enjoyed the song.

The rhythm was somewhat none existent, but I felt that fitted in nicely with the prog rock style


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