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Paul's Back With Some Life Music

Paul Wright is now back with his third addition to his growing set of musical gems. I've been a P-Dub fan since his first album, and he just seems to grow with age. This album in particular is a wonderful collection of songs that strongly displays about life in our Lord while maintaining a musical quality that can't be touched. For some Wright fans, this album has a different tone compared to his last two albums. Wright's previous LP's were very laid-back, had a grand summer-vibe, and were heartfelt compositions about life, an exciting relationship with the almighty God, and the fun pleasures of life (who can forget "Burrito Boy," "Surfah Girl," and "Brighter?") This time, Mr. Wright comes with a raw honesty to this work. The songs are clearly soulful and touch the heart. A theme of "redemption" rings through it: many songs deal with a person's struggle to love God while fighting the sinful man ("Lost," "Bring Me Back," "Turn Me Around," and "Sorry"), and the struggle to make a person's life right. The title track, "Kingdom Come," is a cry for a person's for God's purpose in one's life, to elevate the person to his or her true calling in life this world. And one of the most honest tracks on the album, "Don't Walk By Her Door," has a clear in-your-face call to people who struggles with the problem of lust, an definitely encouraging track for those who want to fight the sin. So, for most Wright fans, this album has a different tone from his previous two works. Its more mellow, reflective, and designed to help a person to examine his life before God. Paul's album is so special and awesome because of its honesty and its calmer compositions, and this kind of work is perfect in helping a person who is struggling with life, and let them know that there is a Savior who is ready to redeem. Paul has indeed set the Wright tone for this one.


Paul's music just gets better. Thanks Pauly boy for your music =)

great album

great album bud , definitly liked it alot it is hot . Definitly one of your best albums yet

Kingdom Come, Paul Wright
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