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  • Audio CD (3 Feb. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Sony Music Cmg
  • ASIN: B000024KRO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
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Deep Purple - Purpendicular - Cd

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By A Customer on 15 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album is the best since Purple reformed in 1984. The diversity of the songs and the playing, is magnificent.
Interestingly the songs appear more complete and perhaps this has something to do with the new found harmony in the band. It was obvious that Ritchie Blackmore and Ian Gillan were poles apart. So the introduction of guitar maestro Steve Morse as replacement for the then recently departed Ritchie (who subsequently would launch Blackmore's Night), was a masterstroke.
Steve's playing is sensational. "Sometimes I feel like screaming" is superb and is Purple at the magnificent best.
Seeing this new line-up of Gillan-Glover-Lord-Paice-Morse live, it was clear that there was more camaraderie and more togetherness.
This is a must but album.
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By A Customer on 24 Sept. 2001
Format: Audio CD
It's high time people out there stopped comparing this album to previous DP offerings. The band moved on a long time ago and this album should be judged on its own merits - it is superb. Ted is a lesson to all the newer rock bands out there, as is Rosa's Canteen. And how about Aviator? Hey Cisco really proves what this band is about. The whole album shows what real talent can do for the music world - Jon Lord is the supreme keyboard master; Ian Gillan uses his voice more than efficiently as an additional instrument; Roger Glover proves just how musical and diverse a bass can be; Ian Paice is a master of drums and Steve Morse plays the keenest guitar around. And hey - it must be good - Ted and Cisco have found their way into the regular live playlist.
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By A Customer on 21 July 2001
Format: Audio CD
Steve Morse's contribution was sensational.Ian Gillan continues to add vocal diversity and the rest of the band give it their all too.The track 'Somebody stole my guitar'made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up.I recommend this C.D to all Deep Purple admirers and to those who want a rewarding Musical experience.
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By A Customer on 15 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album is the best since Purple reformed in 1984. The diversity of the songs and the playing, is magnificent.
Interestingly the songs appear more complete and perhaps this has something to do with the new found harmony in the band. It was obvious that Ritchie Blackmore and Ian Gillan were poles apart. So the introduction of guitar maestro Steve Morse as replacement for the then recently departed Ritchie (who subsequently would launch Blackmore's Night), was a masterstroke.
Steve's playing is sensational. "Sometimes I feel like screaming" is superb and is Purple at the magnificent best.
Seeing this new line-up of Gillan-Glover-Lord-Paice-Morse live, it was clear that there was more camaraderie and more togetherness.
This is a must buy album.
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After the lacklustre efforts from Ritchie Blackmore on 'The Battle Rages On', Steve Morses Guitar playing is a welcome alteration to Deep Purples sound. Lets face it you can't have Deep Purple without Gillan, and Gillan is on form on this Album. All the songs are great with the exception of Rosa's Cantina, especially 'Sometimes I feel Like Screaming'. No longer do Purple fans have to put up with Blackmore and his Indifference. This is a Classic, I just keep listening to it.
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No Blackmore and a different Purple sound.....glad to have acquired this on Vinyl!
The continuing Purple story introducing new guitarist Steve Morse (Dixie Dregs) and a new approach a good "first" album form the lads.
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I had heard a certain track several times on a Rock radio station and I had no idea who it was. I was perturbed as my music knowledge is reckoned to be rather good. I was amazed to find , eventually , that the track in question was "Sometimes I feel like screaming" by DEEP PURPLE !!!....From 1996!!!....Ian Gillan et al!!! (erm , not Ritchie of course). I immediately logged into Amazon and ordered 2 copies, (one as a gift). What an amazing album.
Sometimes I feel like screaming and the Aviator are terrific tracks , as are the rest and you often find yourself checking that it is a Purple album in your player. I have always loved Purple but to my shame , I haven't listened to anything much beyond the seventies (Although I was a follower of Gillan in his solo career in the Torme years and early Janick Gers). This album proves that they are a more diverse band than you could possibly give them credit for. A fabulous album.
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Blackmore out, Morse in. Horror Horror. My first thought. But I think DP is better than ever. They are so fresh and vitale. They sound as a team, insted of Blackmore with guests. Try listening to ...Ted The Mechanic...Rose Cantina...Hey Cisco...These old gentlemen will blew you away. Just got this VINYL edition as christmas-gift. Love the sound, no loudness-war here. Gillan's voice is very natural and clear, Paicy's drums-you can hear every little detail, Lord is GOD with his old hammond, and what a fine debut for Morse. He is my new favorite guitar-player. This is a new Purple classic for me. Can't recommend it enough. It's an very honest album they can be proud of.
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