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Title - 'Organized Insanity'
Artist - Blurred Vision

For those not in the know, Blurred Vision is a three-piece progressive/psychedelic/pop rock outfit comprised of guitarist and vocalist Sepp Osley, bassist Sohl Osley and drummer Ben Riley. Coming together in 2010, they basically got a sky rocket into the music scene when none other than Roger Waters (Pink Floyd founder) spoke highly of them in an interview he did. Suddenly, quite literally, international acclaim was at their feet and so they had to steady those feet and knuckle down to create their debut album thereafter.

Hence, Organized Insanity is now out in the stores, and their debut was well worth the wait, trust me. Released via Cherry Red Records (UK), the album reveals personal stories - where better to mine lyrics that will resonate with fans - that revolve around our modern day culture of relationships and love. Touching along the way on controversial themes of war, politics, religion, and the state of the music scene today, Organized Insanity is an inspiring, deep, and ultimately rewarding album to sit back and listen to.

1. 'No More War' 2. 'Rollin' On' 3. 'Tonight' 4. 'Long May You Run' 5. 'Promise' 6. 'Dear John' 7. 'Arms of Our World' 8. 'All I Wanted' 9. 'Wherever You Are' 10. 'The Keeper' 11. 'Organized Insanity'

From the off, this album is infectiously outstanding. The opening track, 'No More War' is a bouncy pop rock force of its own making, and has as many melodies as one can handle jam packed into its vibrant chorus. The confident stride of 'Rollin' On' is backed by the ballad 'Tonight,' which in turn is followed by both the mellow heartbreak storytelling of 'Long May You Run' and the pop-fectious 'Promise.'

The acoustic guitar work of 'Dear John' is next, and the progressive feel of 'Arms of Our World' back is thereafter. The psychedelic/pop rock of 'All I Wanted' is next, 'Wherever You Are' following, and the album comes to a close with the prog rocker 'The Keeper' and then, finally, the title track itself, 'Organized Insanity.'

If you are lucky enough to live in the UK, Blurred Vision will be heading out on a 10 date run with British Rock legends Uriah Heep. A show not to be missed, a think you will agree.

www.BlurredVisionMusic.com





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