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Deep Purple



3.81 | 647 ratings

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4 stars The new beginning for Deep Purple - one of the most influential rock bands of all time. After the weakest album for the band - Who Do We Think We Are - it's time for Deep Purple to rock very hard again. This time with new members on the board - Glenn Hughes and Daivd Coverdale, instead of Roger Glover and Ian Gillan. The genre is very different from the typical hard rock between 1970 and 1972. Here we have soul, funk and blues rock elements constructed in remarkable way. One of the most memorable album by Deep Purple. From the beginning to the end all songs show the musical and songwriting abilities of the band members. Every little song here is like a gem in the crown of rock music as whole! 4 stars!
poslednijat_colobar | 4/5 |


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