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Deep Purple

In Rock

(June 1970)
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Fireball

(May 1971 [US] / September 1971)
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Machine Head

(March 1972)
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Who Do We Think We Are

(February 1973)
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Perfect Strangers

(October 1984)
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The House Of Blue Light

(January 1987)
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Slaves And Masters

(October 1990)
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The Battle Rages On

(July 1993)
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Purpendicular

(February 1996)
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Abandon

(May 1998)
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Bananas

(Aug 2003)
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Rapture Of The Deep

(Oct 2005)
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2 thoughts on “Deep Purple

  1. Rodrigo Fernandes wrote on 2012-11-23:

    YOU ARE A ROCK LEGEND, IMORTAL, MONSTER,I’M A BIG FAN OF YOU, DONT STOP ROCKIN’ NEVER!

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  2. dave wrote on 2011-10-14:

    Hi Roger! I have a question which I hope won’t cause any hard feelings. As I’ve been following Purple for nearly 40 years now, I thought I could be honest. Just wanted to ask would you consider remastering/remixing Bananas and ROTD by yourself in future? I was wondering especially about “Rapture” as – although I enjoy every song on it – it breaks my heart to listen it since it sounds more like a demo recording than a proper studio offering. Your solo albums are so well crafted in terms of sound. I’m sure I’m not the only person to have that wish. God bless!

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