I've listened to Jimi Hendrix Are You Experienced?, Cream's Disraeli Gears, Led Zeppeling I and II, and Black Sabbath I. Hendrix's is not really hard rock more of a psychedelic blues-rock album. Cream is just heavy blues-rock. Zeppelin same thing but with folk added in. Sabbath is a grungy slow stoner heavy rock. Then I put on In Rock and I hear the future of Hard Rock/Heavy Metal. All the songs are original and they rock out hard!!! There's no folk, no blues, no slowed down stoner rock. It just starts out strong and ends strong with excellent performances by all.
What do you think? Is Deep Purple In Rock the First Ever Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album in Rock and Roll History?
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