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Deep Purple



2.90 | 58 ratings

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Chris H
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2 stars From 1975 to 1984, Deep Purple released absolutely no studio material, therefore it was necessary to bring in money in the way of "Greatest Hits" packages and live albums. "Deepest Purple" was just that, more greatest hits packages. Every single song on here appears on the "The Very Best Of..." collection released in 2000. The only difference between the two packages is that this version was released 15 years earlier, making it a tad more primitive. A great track-list, obviously, as it uses hits from the "classic" line-up, but it lacks stable sound quality. "The Very Best Of..." has excellent sound quality, and it got three stars from me, so I can only give this compilation two stars because the tracks are the same but "Deepest Purple" has very inconsistent sound.
Chris H | 2/5 |


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