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4.0 out of 5 stars Worth a buy?, 5 Feb. 2009
This review is from: Stormbringer (35th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (Audio CD)
Ok so this is not as good as Burn, in my opinion. It is however, Deep Purple and therefore worth a listen anyway, It is also David Coverdale so that is a reason to listen also. Personally I am happy that this has been remastered as the original CD mastering was awful, my old LP sounded better. I am pleased that the Quad mixes are here as I have never heard these and I would have liked them to be in DVD-A or SACD as there is a difference in sound (although not as much as you would think) but would not dock any points because of this. Basically buy this for "Soldier of Fortune" one of the greatest Hard Rock songs ever recorded.

Eamonn
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Initial post: 19 Feb 2009, 12:14:20 GMT
R. Pievaitis says:
soldier of fortune - a hard rock song- come on its a power ballad - theres not one inch of rock in that song.thats not to say its bad.it is a very good song beautifully sung and empthetically played for once.
but there is also the title track- now thats a hard rock song,i also lik holy man - very good melody and chorus,also consider gypsy often overlooked at the time but suprisingly still sonding very fresh and contemporary today and soldier of fortune- those are the stand out songs no doubt,but lady double dealer,highball shooter and the rest leave me cold- always did since i bought this on its day of release.
bye bye
richard p
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