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  • Audio CD (May 28, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Jvc Japan
  • ASIN: B00C0YPI2Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (200 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,543,844 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The album is solid, good production, a very good mix of hard and slow tempo songs.
GJAPPE
IAN GILLAN -Singer, IAN PAICE - Percussion/Drums, ROGER GLOVER - Bass Guitar, STEVE MORSE - Guitar, DON AIREY - Keyboards, They Are DEEP PURPLE !!!
MUSICMARK
It's like a jig saw with all the pieces fitting well together to create a wonderful tapestry of songs (not great but wonderful).
Raj

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72 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Raj on April 30, 2013
Format: MP3 Music
One thing you will feel as soon as you play this album is that there is rarely a part of the album that is jarring or too contrived. This is a free flowing album but not without purpose. All the songs are well crafted and the musicianship is controlled and well synergised. It's like a jig saw with all the pieces fitting well together to create a wonderful tapestry of songs (not great but wonderful).

There is no great effort to fight the ghost of Ritchie by creating some great riffs (something I feel Steve is not a natural at) but creating some good music and I feel that the band with Bob Ezrin in tow have been able to do that..

As everyone will have their own interpretations of the songs I'm going to cover them broadly. The two earlier songs released as a single in March are the extremes of the album i.e. the most AoR (All the time in the world) and the riff anthem rocker (Hell to Pay). Most other songs fit somewhere in between these two.

The first song `Simple song' is a slow Steve guitar start to a good solid rocker; `Body line' is the swinging one with a nice intro jam and sexy overtures in Ian's lyrics. It's quite catchy. `Wierdistan' and `Out of hand' are as Geoff Barton puts it free flowing jams connected loosely but at the right places. Both songs are lovely specially Out of hand.

`Above and beyond' has simple lyrics that will get you to imagine a lot, I suppose it's about continuing to love someone beyond the boundaries of life on this earth.
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55 of 60 people found the following review helpful By ScottE on April 30, 2013
Format: Audio CD
What can you say here, Deep Purple after 8 years release a top flight recording again! Band members Ian Gillan (67) vocals, sounds as good as ever, Don Airey (64) keyboards, organ, sounds crisp and fresh, Roger Glover (67) bass, keeps slapping those strings, Ian Paice (64), drums, sounding as good as ever and Steve Morse (58) the young pup, keeps playing those great riffs. This album was produced by Alice Cooper famed producer Bob Ezrin. Deep Purple has been going for over 45 years and continue their magic carpet ride. Tunes i really enjoyed here were, "Hell To Pay", a classic, great sound, the magical "All The Time In The World", the uncanny "Vincent Price", "A Simple Song" and "Blood From A Stone". Go Out and get this Deep Purple fans you won't be disappointed! After several weeks this is a solid five star release.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By PhilipHS on May 15, 2013
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Nobody thought Deep Purple would be giving us anything but hits packages by now, but out of nowhere they come out with a great new CD. Not just good, but GREAT. While there is no Smoke on the Water here, this whole CD is Deep Purple goodness, including majestic organ riffs (even though Jon Lord is no longer with us), memorable hooks, guitar riffs, and serviceable vocals.

Two of the 11 songs are over 6:00 in length, four are over 5:00, the rest over 4:00; there are no attempts at hit singles, which is great since no one wants to hear a "single wannabe" from Deep Purple. They do what they've always done, rock out. I've always felt Deep Purple was underrated, they never seem to get the same level of respect as Black Sabbath for example, and they're every bit as good and influential.

While I admit that I bought this on a whim, ready to laugh it right off my iPod, the joke's on me. This CD is on repeat play, the truest test of a good album.
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46 of 56 people found the following review helpful By C. Olszewski on May 1, 2013
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I have not been a fan of Deep Purple since the 60's or 70's like some people. When I got old enough to appreciate heavy metal and hard rock back in the 90's, I started exploring Black Sabbath. While doing so, I came across Born Again and was aware of the fact that Ian Gillan was the lead sing of Deep Purple. I was intrigued. My sister let me borrow Machine Head and it blew me away. Every song was great. I feel in love with Blackmore's solo's immediately, and that is where my love for Deep Purple began. I ran out and started picking up every Deep Purple album one by one. I'm a child of the 80's, so obviously Perfect Strangers made a lasting impact on me. The riffs, the excitement...it was all there. I found a bootleg of House of Blue Light and it became one of my favorite cd's. I picked up Battle Rages On...every other song was my favorite song...it's funny, if you listen to that album and to Rainbow's Stranger in us All, you'll see that every other song is awesome...it's true...Then something crazy happened. Blackmore left and they had this new guys, Steve Morse. I heard him first on a live bootleg. Everything had changed. Instead of opening with Highway Star, they started opening with Fireball...they started playing songs that they hadn't played live in years...and then Perpendicular...I mean, what can I say...it's a great album, almost every song is first rate...it was the beginning of something magical...but like many things, it didnt live up to it's potential. Abandon, Bananas, Rapture...all good albums. All had SOME great songs...and a lot of ok songs...I find myself listening to a few specific songs on those albums and skipping the majority of the rest. I mean, the other songs are ok...but boring...On Rapture, Money Talks, Rapture, Clearly Quite Absured....Read more ›
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