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Deepest Purple (30th Anniversary Edition)

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Download links and information about Deepest Purple (30th Anniversary Edition) by Deep Purple. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:24:11 minutes.

Artist: Deep Purple
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:24:11
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Black Night (Single Version) 3:27
2. Speed King (2010 Remix) 5:00
3. Fireball (1996 Remix) 3:23
4. Hush (1998 Remix) 4:13
5. Strange Kind of Woman (2002 Remix) 3:51
6. Child In Time (2010 Remix) 10:15
7. When a Blind Man Cries (1997 Remix) 3:30
8. Woman From Tokyo (2000 Remix) 5:49
9. Highway Star (1997 Remix) 6:07
10. Space Truckin' (1997 Remix) 4:33
11. Burn (2004 Remix) 6:02
12. Stormbringer (2009 Remix) 4:06
13. Soldier of Fortune (2009 Remix) 3:15
14. Demon's Eye (2002 Remix) 5:19
15. Smoke On the Water (1997 Remix) 5:40
16. You Keep On Moving (2010 Remix) 5:18
17. Gettin' Tighter (2010 Remix) 4:23

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The 30th-anniversary edition of Deepest Purple expands the original greatest-hits collection from 12 to 17 tracks. The additional five songs—plus the remastered sound and updated remixes—create a fuller portrait of the band and its various incarnations. Any serious Deep Purple anthology will include “Woman from Tokyo,” “Highway Star,” “Space Truckin’," and “Smoke on the Water.” Here, the addition of “Hush” and “Burn” expands the reach beyond the group's classic Mark II lineup, while the excitement of “Black Night” (single version), “Speed King” (edit, 2010 remix), “Fireball,” “Strange Kind of Woman," and “Child in Time” guarantee that no listener will go away without hearing the instrumental chemistry of keyboardist Jon Lord, guitarist Ritchie Blackmore, bassist Roger Glover, and drummer Ian Paice. While Deep Purple's era with David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes is given lesser importance in many people’s opinions, the inclusion of such excellent tracks as “Burn,” “Stormbringer,” and “Soldier of Fortune” lets everyone make up their own minds. Also, “Demon’s Eye” here gets its first official release in North America.