Deep Purple - Slaves And Masters

6.8 | 144 votes |
Release date: 1990
Style: Heavy metal, Hard rock


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01. King Of Dreams
02. The Cut Runs Deep
03. Fire In The Basement
04. Truth Hurts
05. Breakfast In Bed
06. Love Conquers All
07. Fortuneteller
08. Too Much Is Not Enough
09. Wicked Ways

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Everyone agrees that Deep Purple is one of founders of hard-rock and one of the bands that made a name for themselves in the most wonderful era of music, the 70's. At the time, 1990, Deep Purple already were an icon lead by the guitar genius Ritchie Blackmore. Slaves And Masters was the only album with Joe Lynn Turner, and definitely one of the most controversial and criticized albums of all time in the history of Deep Purple. This formation is known as Mark V, one of the many changes in the band's formation.

published 11.01.2012 | Comments (6)

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25.05.2013 - 16:18
Rating: 6
This particular album brings back a good childhood memory for me. In the years before I even attended secondary school (Where you're 11-16) my father would put this album (cassette format, naturally) into the car stereo and the two of us would be singing along to the likes of 'king of dreams', 'the cut runs deep' and 'Fortuneteller', having heard them so many times. Now I look back and although I don't think it's that significant an album in Deep Purple's career, it's certainly one that remains a so-called "childhood favourite". It's pretty weak by Deep Purple's standards, the vocals nowhere near as effective as Ian Gillain's and the keyboard effects not being as eccentric or as interesting as usual, but it's certainly not their worst either.

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