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Deep Purple - Knocking at Your Back Door: The Best of Deep Purple in the 80's (1991) Retail CD
In 1984, the "MK II" version of Deep Purple reformed. This is the most famous line up of Blackmore, Lord, Paice, Gillian and Glover. They put out two studio albums (Perfect Strangers and House of Blue Light) and one live album (Nobody's Perfect). Then they broke up again (later to reform, with and without Blackmore). The two studio albums had some very good songs, but alot of filler (that is the way most Deep Purple albums were). The live album was taken from a tour in 1988. It was poorly recorded and poorly edited. About 75% of the tracks were reworks of the seventies classics. Some weremore… done well, others were not. The live album was released in two different versions, a single CD and a double CD.This CD (Knocking At Your Door) is a "greatest hits" of the eighties CD, taken from the three albums released in the eighties. Obviously, any of the old classics will be the new live versions. This CD does succeed in picking off the better material of those three albums. But, it doesn't get all the best stuff. The nice thing is that it leaves off most of the junk.If you want to get a good idea of what Deep Purple was like in the eighties without spending alot of money, this is a good CD to get. You get most of the good material without the clunkers, but you do miss out on a few things.
|1||Knocking At Youre Back Door|
|3||Child In Time|
|7||The Unwritten Law|
|8||Call Of The Wild|
|10||Smoke On The Water|
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