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Deep Purple Studio Albums - Best to Worst

Skúli Á. Sigurðsson "-S."
 
Fireball - 25th Anniversary Edition
Fireball - 25th Anniversary Edition
"Songwriting is stronger than on In Rock and more experimental than on Machine Head. Top 3 are an extremely close call."
In Rock
In Rock
"Amazing debut for mk2."
Machine Head - 25th Anniversary Edition
Machine Head - 25th Anniversary Edition
"The quintessential Deep Purple album. Highway Star, Smoke, Lazy and Space Trucking."
Purpendicular
Purpendicular
"Reinvigourated after Blackmore's exit."
Bananas
Bananas
"Not as strong as Purpendicular but more versatile."
Who Do We Think We Are
Who Do We Think We Are
"Strangely underrated last album of the first mk2."
Burn [30th Anniversary Edition]
Burn [30th Anniversary Edition]
"By far mk3's strongest album."
The Battle Rages On
The Battle Rages On
"Often overlooked but a genuinely solid Deep Purple record."
Perfect Strangers
Perfect Strangers
"An overall strong album, perhaps a bit lacking in excitement."
The House Of Blue Light
The House Of Blue Light
"This one is to Perfect Strangers what Fireball is to In Rock; more versatile and experimental."
RAPTURE OF THE DEEP
RAPTURE OF THE DEEP
Abandon
Abandon
"A bit monotonous but strong over all."
Come Taste the Band [35th Anniversary Edition]
Come Taste the Band [35th Anniversary Edition]
"A solid rock album but not a remarkable Deep Purple effort."
Slaves And Masters
Slaves And Masters
"With Blackmore's pop-tendensies and Turner's voice this one has Rainbow written all over it. As such a fine album."
Stormbringer (35th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)
Stormbringer (35th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)
"Deep Purple in Funk. Title song, Gypsy and Soldier of Fortune stand out of an otherwise uninteresting funk-rock album."
Deep Purple
Deep Purple
"The strongest of the mk1 albums, shows serious growth in songwriting."
Shades Of Deep Purple
Shades Of Deep Purple
"Mandrake Root and And the Address is show true potential in this band."
The Book Of Taliesyn
The Book Of Taliesyn
"A good album although placed last - Wring That Neck is the only stand-out track."