Per Vers - DNA (2014)
The New Occasion There Now Coming Off The New Review of Per Vers' artistic ability, is of course the release of his latest album DNA. The new album is markedly different from the previous one in that gaze, this time directed at the outside world Per Vers' own universe. How Ego had many personal stories that will be told about this time the world of good and evil. We are presented with Jesus 'second coming, the story of the soldier who died in Fallujah, Per Vers' Danish translation by William Ernest Henley's poem "Invictus" and many other exciting vision of the world that surrounds us. It is a very diverse record. Critics might argue that lack a common thread throughout the album, but I think just, variation helps to express the strength of this release. The world is not permeated by a thread, but is instead a gaudy carpet woven of several colorful threads.
Per Vers - DNA (2014)
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320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2014 | 47:30 | 108 Mb
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02. Big bang
03. Find mig her
05. Gennem væggen
07. Midt i julenat
09. At elske er at rejse (feat. Isam)
10. Afskyelige snemand (feat. Ayoe Angelica)
11. Tre breve
The numbers show a Per Vers, both politically and emotionally aware and engaged. Among other things, "Find me here," which could be the new rap anthem that shows a respect for our country, but at the same time waving a finger raised in relation to the Danish mentality ".. ka 'detgoriseres so ska' detgoriseres ". Dane gets at the same time an over the neck and a proper hug. On the track "In the midst of Christmas Eve" is perhaps the Dane and his or her view of strangers who get a walk through the mill, but it is also the man generally receiving an over the nose. Lack of tolerance and openness are themes that are dealt with through the story of the man who was "... made in Jerusalem" second coming. "Invictus" is perhaps William Ernest Henley's text, and perhaps a bit out of place on a Danish rapalbum, but nevertheless it is a great text and a really nice gesture directed at one of the biggest personalities who have walked this earth, namely Nelson Mandela, who through his 27 years in captivity found solace and inspiration in these powerful and beautiful words. The most beautiful on the plate is "Three Letters" by Per verse tells about the young 19 year old boy who goes off to war in Iraq. The young boy sets off with a bright and and an energy that he could put whole world down, but through three letters home to mother, one feels, how he læangsomt but surely become discouraged and the horrors of war is so much to him. The third letter ends with his last wishes.
The desire to be carried out of the church to the strains of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah", are met by a spine-tingling Annisette who argues Steffen Brandt Danish translation of the track. It is so beautiful and intense as it can be In a music world that is steeped in search of the next hit and the next big name can be argued that the plate might be missing one or two "happy", "festive" and "cheerful" numbers, but the Force by Per Vers is exactly that he does not buy on his artistic expression. It may be it gives scratches in Street-paint, but I think basically Per Vers remains unaffected. It seems as if it has been far more important to get the stories out, rather than the closet "hit". An extremely charming and sympathetic approach to music.
The sound is mostly put together by beat carpenters Embee and DJ Large, he also worked with the Ego. It still works extremely well. It is this time more laid-back, but the music backs up the lyrics, so you do not have any doubts about either mood or message. Per Vers is also, as the previous release, flanked by Nappion and Ayoe Angelica, who fills the role of sidekicks furnished. It's perhaps not as much as it is involved in the entire plate, but when they do, it's a decent game soul. One can now only look forward to what will hopefully emerge in a game of live performances around the whole country from the little threesome.