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SLAVES AND MASTERS

Deep Purple

 

Proto-Prog

2.75 | 216 ratings

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Salviaal
1 stars I used to love this album back when I had it on a cassette tape. Well the tape broke and I hadn't heard it in years, and of course the album was out of print for a very long time so it wasn't easy to get it. Recently I saw a new edition for 5 bucks filed under Deep Purple. It is a very crappy edition, with a single slip inside with a blank page opposite the cover. The back cover is also different from the original with simple tracklisting that could have been done in Microsoft Word. Unlike other maligned albums that I hadn't heard in years, such as Pink Floyd's "The Final Cut", this one didn't bring any nostalgia to me. All I heard were 9 average quasi-metal tunes with an 80s sound. The album sounds very close to Rainbow in the Joe Lynn Turner era, which I was never a big fan of. I don't think it's necessary to mention any songs because they are all average at best and sound quite alike. I would recommend this album to completionists only.
Salviaal | 1/5 |

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