Deep Purple - Fireball


8.3 | 278 votes |
Release date: September 1971
Style: Heavy metal, Hard rock

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336 have it
25 want it


01. Fireball
02. No No No
03. Demon's Eye
04. Anyone's Daughter
05. The Mule
06. Fools
07. No One Came
08. Strange Kind Of Woman [A-Side '96 remix] [25th Anniversary remaster bonus]
09. I'm Alone [B-Side] [25th Anniversary remaster bonus]
10. Freedom [Album Out-Take] [25th Anniversary remaster bonus]
11. Slow Train [Album Out-Take] [25th Anniversary remaster bonus]
12. Demon's Eye ['96 remix] [25th Anniversary remaster bonus]
13. The Noise Abatement Society Tapes [25th Anniversary remaster bonus]
    1 - Midnight in Moscow
    2 - Robin Hood
    3 - William Tell
14. Fireball [Take 1 (Instrumental)]
15. Backwards Piano
16. No One Came ['96 remix] [25th Anniversary remaster bonus]

Top 20 albums of 1971: 6

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02.03.2012 - 18:26
Rating: 8
Pelagial
Great old school album
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21.05.2013 - 15:26
Rating: 7
musicalkaratekid
Perhaps it's because of the fact that 'Fireball' came after the monumental 'In rock', but I just can't quite get into this album the same way I could with other Purple albums such as 'Machine head' or 'Burn'. The vocals on this seem to me quite weak in comparison to the previous album, yet the instrumentation is still more-or-less top notch. Lord's keyboard interludes on the title track and 'The mule' are as eccentric as ever, and Ritchie Blackmore's varied guitar style offers a few surprises here and there. The album I think could have done without the so-so 'Anyone's daughter' and 'Mule' just seems to be too simplistic for its own good, but generally this is another example of why Deep Purple were one of the most promising Rock bands of the 70s.
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22.05.2013 - 19:28
Rating: 9
Azarath
One of my favourite Deep Purple albums. It's musically more varied than the albums it's sandwiched between, and "Fools" is a Top 3 Purple song.
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