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Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1
1. Help
2. Hush
3. Wring That Neck
4. Hallelujah
5. Mandrake Root
6. Speed King
7. Black Night
8. Child In Time
9. Lazy
10. Strange Kind Of Woman
11. Fireball Writing Session
12. Fireball
13. Demon's Eyes
14. No No No
15. Into The Fire
16. Never Before
17. Highway Star
18. Smoke On The Water
19. Burn
20. Mistreated
21. Love Child
22. Mistreated

Disc 2
1. And The Address (Playboy TV)
2. Wring That Neck (Bilzen Jazz Festival 1969)
3. Wring That Neck ("Pop Deux" Paris Concert 1970)
4. Mandrake Root ("Pop Deux" Paris Concert 1970)
5. Black Night (Promo Clip)
6. No No No (Take 1 - Rockpalast Rehearsal Session)
7. No No No (Take 2 - Rockpalast Rehearsal Session)
8. Jt. Nuit (French TV 1974)
9. eeds Polytechnic Student Project 1974 - featuring "Burn"/"Space Truckin'"
10. New Zealand TV Documentary (November 1975)
11. Smoke On The Water (New Zealand TV)
12. Tony Edwards (DEEP PURPLE's manager) - French TV Interview 1976

Line-up / Musicians

Disc 1:

Tracks 1-3: Mark One Lineup (March 1968 - July 1969)
Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
Rod Evans (vocals)
Jon Lord (keyboards)
Ian Paice (drums)
Nick Simper (bass)

Tracks 4-18: Mark Two Lineup (July 1969 - June 1973)
Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
Ian Gillan (vocals)
Roger Glover (bass)
Jon Lord (keyboards)
Ian Paice (drums)

Tracks 19-20: Mark Three Lineup (July 1973-1975)
Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
David Coverdale (vocals)
Glenn Hughes (bass/vocals)
Jon Lord (keyboards)
Ian Paice (drums)

Tracks 21-22: Mark Four Lineup (June 1975-March 1976)
Tommy Bolin (guitar)
David Coverdale (vocals)
Glenn Hughes (bass/vocals)
Jon Lord (keyboards)
Ian Paice (drums)

Disc 2:
Track 1: Mark One Lineup
Tracks 2-7: Mark Two Lineup
Tracks 8-9: Mark Three Lineup
Tracks 10-12: Mark Four Lineup

Releases information

Eagle Rock Entertainment - June 2nd, 2009

Compilation of rare and unreleased material, live performances, archival interviews and studio/television footage.

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