- Audio CD (April 7, 2017)
- Deluxe Edition edition
- Original Release Date: April 7, 2017
- Number of Discs: 2
- Label: EARMUSIC
- ASIN: B01N9HR6LG
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (131 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,593 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Everybody is so locked in on this album; Gillan is having fun, Morse is killing it, Glover is pounding away, Paice is mixing it up, and Airey….oh my God, Airey! This is his album to shine, and does he ever! He seriously evokes the spirit of Jon Lord while putting his own flair and flourish on the songs. Several stand out, and in a big way. I’m loving Bedlam, Hip Boots, All I Got Is You (favorite track!), The Surprising, On Top of the World, and the sweet cover of Roadhouse Blues by the Doors. And the others get honorable mention, because they’re just barely a step behind these. I need a little more time to let the whole thing sink in, but my early impression is that this is easily one of my favorites of the Morse era, might end up being my favorite over Purpendicular, and it just might go down as a classic for today’s Deep Purple.
For those who might want to complain, “How can you can give this five stars, this is not as good as Machine Head!” don’t even bother. This is not 1974 Deep Purple, and I’m not going to judge them by 1974 standards. For the 2017 version of Deep Purple, comprised of senior citizens at this point, this is a hard rocking, butt-kicking middle finger of an album that I am going to enjoy listening to for years to come. Thank you, Deep Purple!
Don't look now , but the Morse era produced quite a few, let's just say pretty remarkable albums, and some great songs! Most importantly, they managed to stay relevant, which considering Ritchie left them almost dead 24 years ago, is a major accomplishment on the part of the band.
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