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Deep Purple



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4 stars Another great album by Deep Purple. This time, it feels as if it was rather rushed with some sinister titles (Anyone's Daughter, Demon's Eye) as well as psychadelic entourages (Fools, The Mule). At least, one song (Strange Kind Of Woman) held it all up altogether and has everyone screaming more. The bonus tracks are really awesome (listen to the Noise Abatement Tapes track which includes an attempt at a classical-rock medley) and the remixes by Roger Glover clean up the sound to top-notch perfection. But it's Machine Head that really hits the nail for 70's prog-rock.
uriah561 | 4/5 |


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