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Deep Purple
Tracklisting:
1. Fireball
2. No no no
3. Demon's eye
4. Anyone's daughter
5. Mule
6. Fools
7. No one came
8. Strange kind of woman
9. I'm alone
10. Freedom
11. Slow train
12. Demon's eye (2)
13. Midnight in Moscow
14. Robin Hood
15. William Tell
16. Fireball (1) (Take 1)
17. Piano insert
18. No one came (2)

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“After many years after the original mk2 split in 1973,...”

Written on: 05/04/2008

After many years after the original mk2 split in 1973, the 69 to 73 years are 4 years of rock mastery, how I tire of listening to Led Zep and all the other bone shakers, purple mk2 are the standard by which all others are judged, this will last into history, as no-one can capture that studio or live sound of the time… Read Full Review

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“Deep Purple's MK II formation had a lot of catching up...”

Written on: 06/03/2006 by degbert (120 reviews written)

Deep Purple's MK II formation had a lot of catching up to do to regain the initiative after the very modest acclaim met by Concerto for Group and Orchestra, their foray into the classical realm.

To re-establish themselves they had stripped back to the bare bones, taken the good stuff from Mk I (specifically mandrake root), and pushed ahead with a hard, driven rock sound that culminated in the now-legendary In Rock. In concert (pun intended) was a punishing tour schedule that established them… Read Full Review

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“Deep Purple, Fireball: ”

Written on: 06/03/2005 by ms93101 (1 review written)

Deep Purple, Fireball:
Every track here is pure hard rock genius. the title track starts things off perfectly, while other songs such as no no no, fools and the mule display a greater variety of style and intelligence than is normally seen in this genre. purple could tackle any musical style, as these songs prove. Ian paice, ritchie blackmore and jon lord are as good as it ever got in rock music. if you're a fan of quality hard rock, than this is a must. a definite 10 out of 10… Read Full Review

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Bprosser's Response to 184673_ms93101's Review

Written on: 13/01/2006

I feel that the song Anyone's Daughter also shows the humorous side of the group. It is sort of in the vein of Ted and Mechanic. In a very serious kind of album it helps to break in with a bit of levity.

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