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The original album was worth the wait. This SE version comes in a metallic gold gatefold digi-pac embossed sleeve with two discs, each in inner printed sleeves and two thick booklets. You all know the material on both discs but I'd have been gutted if I had bought the original and now seen this.
I've been stung with other bands doing this, now, I'm prepared to wait.
Intelligent, loud, bluesy, quality stuff. Good song writing and fabulous playing. Gillan's voice is sounding rather good, even at his age.
The slow start to the album took me by surprise, but the building quality of the song is wonderful, and quite frankly I couldn't wee them starting with anything else, having listened to the album 2 or 3 times now.
The bonus Live disc adds very well to the large live body of work available to the Purple fan. Recorded all over the place, it is well recorded and engineered, crisp and clear and is the sound of a band on it's top form. A good collection of songs (although personally I do wish they'd do more post '84 stuff).
A brilliant album, by a brilliant band, who - I think - we may not have around much longer. If this is one of the last albums by Deep Purple, then it's a cracker!
This is quality adult rock music. Even the fruity keyboard parps and swirls that kick in when the first track starts rocking sound refreshing.
Lots of catchy tunes and the live cd is really good. Great sound, great playing, great singing (Gillan still wailing!). Hard Loving Man is superb - can't believe I had not come across this track before now.
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This is the first DP album I have heard with Don Airey on keyboards and on first listening realised he is an extremely competent and accomplished performer. Some of the songs are very typical DP and on these Don Airey fits in really well with his Jon Lord emulations, right down to the famous distorted Hammond sound. Where this album differs in my opinion is probably down to DA's influence and on certain songs he really shines and some of the music and his playing is reminicent of Keith Emerson which to me was unexpected and took some getting used to but ultimately works well. All in all an excellent album with a few outstanding songs (Vincent Price for one!) while the rest of the band are still performing brilliantly as ever and Gillan seems to be improving with age and not slowing down like the rest of us. The bonus in this edition is the live tracks featuring Hard Lovin Man from the "In Rock" album which I have never heard live before and considering it was first recorded when they were 44 years younger really stand out for me. Get it you wont be sorry!
CD1 - superb new album - this is not "In Rock" or "Machine Head" - this is 2013 and this is Deep Purple at their up to date best!
CD2 - A mixture of "Live" and old tracks all sounding excellent.
Any Deep Purple fan would want this in their collection and those of a different generation could well find a great rock band - "on song"!
Don Airey's keyboards are a joy, Steve Morse plays some of the best guitar heard on any Purple album, Ian Gillan is in great form and has written some great lyrics while Roger Glover and Ian Paice prove that they are still the best at what they do.
For too long Purple have been living on their justifiably deserved repuataion, while delivering competent but largelty unispired albums that where too formulaic. But not here, this is by any standards a great aalbum and a fitting tribute to the much missed Jon Lord.
had a great night our or I dont want to meet u in an Alleyway !
The Album is great reminds me of the old days and at 63 I need reminding
All love and prayers to u all
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A different Deep Purple from the one I saw in '85, but stil an excellent rock group. Songs are excellent and the live CD gives you a good insight into how the band now perform on... Read morePublished 7 months ago by B. Sellers
I am a pernickety Swine when it comes to music - this IS ****ing awesome! TRUST MEPublished 16 months ago by Michael Angelcynn