PURPOSE 200 is a song by TP-TH-7 under Speedy series.
Having it just like Fall Through Failing Hope is to have another song like this. I'm smarter to do all of this like that. Nothing else is worth having PURPOSE 200 being our song this time. I mean, that fresh part is coming our own way, and it's got 400 BPM section to it, and I mean it, like Blood ~The Moment Spirit Remix~ did it... three times, according to what I did over other songs, like 7 Vampires in a Crowded Personal Space. Wait until 15-2.200-1~6ELECTRIK-87, Elastic Wings, MAKE IT UP, Stress, Whole Awakening ~Berserk Button mix~, and All Things When Things Go Crazy get along with it.
Tsukiko Uchida was right about all of this. Nothing else is worth other than having PURPOSE 200 having 400 BPM in an accident. Well, you know how this song ends up being like one of our other songs.
I mentioned a lot about ROUGHUE 800... BPM song, I think. Yeah, it is. That's what music BPM is all about.
- PURPOSE 200 share the same amount of jumps and freeze arrows as of Blood ~The Moment Spirit Remix~, Elastic Wings, Stress, MAKE IT UP, Whole Awakening, Whole Awakening ~Berserk Button mix~, 15-2.200-1~6ELECTRIK-87, Fall Through Failing Hope, 7 Vampires in a Crowded Personal Space, Hypercube, and more songs in its CHALLENGE chart.
- PURPOSE 200 has BEMANI artists in its background and jacket. It's got Kosuke Saito, Osamu Migitera, and Yasuhiro Taguchi relaxing in happiness. Also, there's Sota Fujimori and Naoki Maeda in front of them that don't look impressed, looking other direction than the other three. Ryutaro Nakahara should have watched where he's sitting, because he's sitting on Yuichi Asami.
- Like ROUGHUE 800, PURPOSE 200's title has its BPM in it. Despite that PURPOSE 200 is titled after BPM, it has 400 BPM from the beginning of a song.
- PURPOSE 200's EXPERT chart only has four 1/16 notes.
- PURPOSE 200's key signatures are 5 sharps in the first minutes, and 1 sharp in the last half minute.