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1. Deep Purple - Machine Head
1972
2. Deep Purple - In Rock
1970
3. Deep Purple - Perfect Strangers
1984
4. Deep Purple - Fireball
1971
5. Deep Purple - Deep Purple
1969
6. Deep Purple - Shades Of Deep Purple
1968
7. Deep Purple - Burn
1974
8. Deep Purple - The Book Of Taliesyn
1968
9. Deep Purple - Come Taste The Band
1975
10. Deep Purple - The House Of Blue Light
1987
11. Deep Purple - Purpendicular
1996
12. Deep Purple - The Battle Rages On...
1993
13. Deep Purple - Who Do We Think We Are
1973
14. Deep Purple - NOW What?!
2013
15. Deep Purple - Rapture Of The Deep
2005
16. Deep Purple - Stormbringer
1974
17. Deep Purple - Bananas
2003
18. Deep Purple - Slaves And Masters
1990
19. Deep Purple - Abandon
1998



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Ozman - 22.04.2013 at 23:50  
This could well be my DP list
Azarath - 23.04.2013 at 17:16  
Perfect Strangers is way too high, but I like the appreciation for Mark I.
AndMetalForAll - 23.04.2013 at 21:07  
Written by Azarath on 23.04.2013 at 17:16

Perfect Strangers is way too high, but I like the appreciation for Mark I.


I think Perfect Strangers is one of the band's greatest albums, and Deep Purple' homonymous album is one of the best in the field of progressive/psychedelic/heavy rock, it's the peak for Mark I
Ozman - 24.04.2013 at 17:24  
Written by AndMetalForAll on 23.04.2013 at 21:07

Written by Azarath on 23.04.2013 at 17:16

Perfect Strangers is way too high, but I like the appreciation for Mark I.


I think Perfect Strangers is one of the band's greatest albums,


absolutely agreed. It is among their best albums, without a doubt.
R'Vannith - 24.04.2013 at 18:42  
I love the self titled as well. Though I must admit I have an odd fondness for Slaves and Masters! Also the image for Burn is different from the one in their discog on the database, strange
Azarath - 25.04.2013 at 17:42  
I admit it's been a while since I last heard the album, but outside of "Perfect Strangers" itself, "Knocking At Your Back Door" and "Wasted Sunsets" I can't remember a single song on it. I do remember a pretty thin 80s' sound though. (Yeah, "Son of Alerik" is great, but I'm assuming we're not counting that one.)

Time for a re-listen, apparently.

Written by R'Vannith on 24.04.2013 at 18:42

Also the image for Burn is different from the one in their discog on the database, strange

For some reason it links to the single, not the album.
AndMetalForAll - 26.04.2013 at 16:05  
Written by Azarath on 25.04.2013 at 17:42

I admit it's been a while since I last heard the album, but outside of "Perfect Strangers" itself, "Knocking At Your Back Door" and "Wasted Sunsets" I can't remember a single song on it. I do remember a pretty thin 80s' sound though. (Yeah, "Son of Alerik" is great, but I'm assuming we're not counting that one.)

Time for a re-listen, apparently.

Written by R'Vannith on 24.04.2013 at 18:42

Also the image for Burn is different from the one in their discog on the database, strange

For some reason it links to the single, not the album.


Yeah, I think you should. Perfect Strangers is very good in almost every way possible, even its spirit was different.. It's an essential album for any hard rock/heavy metal fan..:thumbup:
AndMetalForAll - 26.04.2013 at 16:10  
Written by R'Vannith on 24.04.2013 at 18:42

I love the self titled as well. Though I must admit I have an odd fondness for Slaves and Masters! Also the image for Burn is different from the one in their discog on the database, strange


Slaves & Masters isn't one of my favourites at all, I even reviewed it. You can check my opinion about the album if you want here.

About Burn, I'm referring to the album of course.. The album cover is not my responsibility, someone put it wrong.
R'Vannith - 26.04.2013 at 18:06  
Written by AndMetalForAll on 26.04.2013 at 16:10

Slaves & Masters isn't one of my favourites at all, I even reviewed it. You can check my opinion about the album if you want here.

About Burn, I'm referring to the album of course.. The album cover is not my responsibility, someone put it wrong.


With Slaves and Masters I think it has more to do with personal attachment than quality really, I heard it before venturing into metal and it was one of the first full albums I'd heard from Deep Purple, aside from a selection of the classics. It certainly didn't seem close to those when listening for the first time.

And the Burn image, I know it wasn't you, question is whodunnit?
Aristarchos - 15.07.2013 at 20:03  
My favourite is house of blue light
AndMetalForAll - 15.07.2013 at 23:27  
Written by Aristarchos on 15.07.2013 at 20:03

My favourite is house of blue light


Wow, really? It's a very unusual choice... are you serious or just joking?
Aristarchos - 16.07.2013 at 11:20  
Written by AndMetalForAll on 15.07.2013 at 23:27

Written by Aristarchos on 15.07.2013 at 20:03

My favourite is house of blue light


Wow, really? It's a very unusual choice... are you serious or just joking?

I'm serious.
Ozman - 16.07.2013 at 12:45  
Written by AndMetalForAll on 15.07.2013 at 23:27

Written by Aristarchos on 15.07.2013 at 20:03

My favourite is house of blue light


Wow, really? It's a very unusual choice... are you serious or just joking?


I really can't anyone considering House Of Blue Light as their favourite DP album either. Damn was that album a huge letdown when it came out just after the Majestic Perfect Strangers. HoBL I still consider as one of their, if not the, weakest album by that DP line-up
AndMetalForAll - 16.07.2013 at 14:12  
Written by Aristarchos on 16.07.2013 at 11:20

Written by AndMetalForAll on 15.07.2013 at 23:27

Written by Aristarchos on 15.07.2013 at 20:03

My favourite is house of blue light


Wow, really? It's a very unusual choice... are you serious or just joking?

I'm serious.


Ok just asking, but after the masterpiece Perfect Strangers, HoBL wasn't a bad rock album but is by far one of the weakest albums of this Mark II, in my opinion of course. It's just an unusual choice that's all .
AndMetalForAll - 16.07.2013 at 14:15  
Written by Ozman on 16.07.2013 at 12:45

Written by AndMetalForAll on 15.07.2013 at 23:27

Written by Aristarchos on 15.07.2013 at 20:03

My favourite is house of blue light


Wow, really? It's a very unusual choice... are you serious or just joking?


I really can't anyone considering House Of Blue Light as their favourite DP album either. Damn was that album a huge letdown when it came out just after the Majestic Perfect Strangers. HoBL I still consider as one of their, if not the, weakest album by that DP line-up


You're right, although it may not be considered as a complete failure commercially, it had good sales and a world tour, but it's by far their weakest and most disappointing album of Mark II. But HoBL can be better than many of DP albums with Steve Morse, except Purpendicular and perhaps their most recent NOW What?!, which is a good album.
Ace Frawley - 17.07.2013 at 05:23  
A bit surprised at how low in the list you have Stormbringer. Admittedly, there are a lot of albums above it that I have never listened to, so it could well be justified.
AndMetalForAll - 17.07.2013 at 20:23  
Written by Ace Frawley on 17.07.2013 at 05:23

A bit surprised at how low in the list you have Stormbringer. Admittedly, there are a lot of albums above it that I have never listened to, so it could well be justified.


Stormbringer came after the very credible Burn, and it shows the band is a bit tired, it was also the album which made Blackmore leave the band to form Rainbow. Although it contains great tracks, conceptually and lyrically is not the right album to release after the good Burn.
JohnDoe - 17.07.2013 at 21:16  
Written by AndMetalForAll on 17.07.2013 at 20:23

Written by Ace Frawley on 17.07.2013 at 05:23

A bit surprised at how low in the list you have Stormbringer. Admittedly, there are a lot of albums above it that I have never listened to, so it could well be justified.


Stormbringer came after the very credible Burn, and it shows the band is a bit tired, it was also the album which made Blackmore leave the band to form Rainbow. Although it contains great tracks, conceptually and lyrically is not the right album to release after the good Burn.


Maybe Stormbringer was a disappointment for people back when it was released, I can agree to that (or at least I can imagine coming after Burn which was indeed much better), but to any listener (me included ) that discovered DP later on, the album stands well on its own.
JohnDoe - 17.07.2013 at 21:17  
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You're right, although it may not be considered as a complete failure commercially, it had good sales and a world tour, but it's by far their weakest and most disappointing album of Mark II. But HoBL can be better than many of DP albums with Steve Morse, except Purpendicular and perhaps their most recent NOW What?!, which is a good album.


I prefer the Morse era albums to House of the Blue light.
AndMetalForAll - 17.07.2013 at 23:15  
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You're right, although it may not be considered as a complete failure commercially, it had good sales and a world tour, but it's by far their weakest and most disappointing album of Mark II. But HoBL can be better than many of DP albums with Steve Morse, except Purpendicular and perhaps their most recent NOW What?!, which is a good album.


I prefer the Morse era albums to House of the Blue light.


Although HoBL is perhaps the worst album of Mark II, it can standout compared to the Morse-era albums, except Purpendicular and NOW What?!, personally DP had a completely different spirit and style with the "master of masters" Ritchie Blackmore.

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