Justin Bieber - Purpose - 2015 RSD R+B Pop Hip Hop - Pic Disc LP

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Justin Bieber - Purpose


Label: Def Jam Recordings
Island
B0024509-01
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Picture Disc
Country: UK, Europe & US
2015 Release
RSD Pic disc Released: 16 Apr 2016
Genre: Pop

Record Store Day 2016 release. Limited to 7,000 copies.


Tracklist
A1 – Mark My Words
2:14
A2 – I'll Show You
3:19
A3 – What Do You Mean?
3:25
A4 – Sorry
3:20
A5 – Love Yourself
3:53
A6 – Company
3:28
A7 –No Pressure Featuring – Big Sean
4:46


B1 – No Sense Featuring – Travis Scott
4:35
B2 – The Feeling Featuring – Halsey
4:04
B3 – Life Is Worth Living
3:54
B4 – Where Are Ü Now Featuring –Skrillex, Diplo
4:02
B5 – Children
3:43
B6 – Purpose
3:30


Justin Bieber emerges from the studio with his 4th album in 2015 and he has grown up all around. His voice is smooth and on point as always; his runs and control are verbal perfection. A smoothly sophisticated album from beginning to end, it’s a very smart effort. With thoughtful lyrics and smart song-writing, Justin Bieber and his team have masterfully created an incredibly enjoyable album from cover to cover. Songs range from incredibly catchy beats that will dare you not to dance (“Children” ) to some songs featuring simply his matured voice and a beautifully accompanying piano. ("Purpose", "Life is Worth Living") The album is positive; in its message, in admitting he's made mistakes and perseveres; in his relationship with God.



(billboard)
" And yet Purpose isn't a downer. It’s a party record -- it just so happens the party’s in Bieber’s head. Despite its countless co-writers and producers, chief among them Bieber’s bestie Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd, the album boasts a consistent palette of lush, low-key electro-dance sounds: sun-warped synths, chipmunk accent vocals, rattling trap hi-hats, and loads of bass. Melt in Bieber’s downy, still-boyish vocals, and you get the beachy bumper “What Do You Mean?” (his first-ever No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100) or the searching, spacious “The Feelings,” featuring alt-pop riser Halsey. "

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Condition New
Format LP
Label Def Jam Recordings