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Category: Hard Rock
Label: CMC International
Catalog Number: 86250
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Ian Gillan vocals|
Steve Morse guitar
Roger Glover bass
Jon Lord organ, keyboards
Ian Paice drums
|1. ||Any Fule Kno That ||4:27|
|2. ||Almost Human ||4:49|
|3. ||Don't Make Me Happy ||4:45|
|4. ||Seventh Heaven ||5:29|
|5. ||Watching the Sky ||5:57|
|6. ||Fingers to the Bone ||4:53|
|7. ||Jack Ruby ||3:47|
|8. ||She Was ||4:17|
|9. ||Whatsername ||4:11|
|10. ||'69 ||5:13|
|11. ||Evil Louie ||4:50|
|12. ||Bludsucker ||4:29|
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|Total Running Time:|| 57:07|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: December 6, 2001 at 17:35|
|Intense follow-up to PURPENDICULAR! And even though the songs were slightly better on the previous studio effort, ABANDON features Deep Purple's hottest musical performances. The band is extremely tight! Plus this is without a doubt the heaviest album that Deep Purple has ever recorded.
||Date: April 5, 2002 at 20:22|
|DIOSSSSSSSSSS q malos os habeis vuelto!!! como podeis seguir ensuciando el nombre de DEEP PURPLE llamaos FUCK PURPLE,cada disco en estudio es peor q el anterior y cada disco en directo se notan mas las deficiencias q teneis,dejadlo y dedicaros a contar chistes
||Date: June 9, 2002 at 20:35|
|Picked this up at a used ced store and am glad I did. All hail Steve Morse!!! Never really checked him out before and this just blew me away. Great songs and these guys sound like they're actually hqaving fun and to me sound way "younger" than they have in years. Love Blackmore but I'm just totally elated with what Morse brought to the table for these guys. If you can get ahold of this it's way worth checking out!!
||Date: April 8, 2003 at 16:31|
|Aunque me duela decirlo, después de oir esto creo que Gillan sólo vale para acompañar al pianista de Parada.
||Date: July 16, 2003 at 18:47|
|the worst deep purple album.
|From: Metal Pete
||Date: March 24, 2004 at 18:35|
|VERY heavy, very tight, very GOOD rock music here! Best thing since 'Perfect Strangers' that I have heard from them, although I admit I have not heard 'Battle Rages On' yet. Any 80's metal guy will like this record a lot. thumbs up
||Date: September 5, 2004 at 2:19|
|Blahhh!!!A Huge desapointing after great Purpledicular album.
||Date: November 30, 2004 at 10:41|
|Ratt know nothing. This one's even stronger. Ingenious and perfect follw up. Thabk you, DP, for keeping up with tradition.
||Date: January 24, 2011 at 21:23|
|Seventh Heaven rocks
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