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Category: Hard Rock
Label: EMI Records
Catalog Number: 7243 4 73592 2
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Ritchie Blackmore guitar|
Glenn Hughes bass guitar, vocals
Jon Lord keyboards
David Coverdale vocals
Ian Paice drums
30th anniversary remastered edition plus bonus tracks
|1. ||Burn ||6:00|
|2. ||Might Just Take Your Life ||4:36|
|3. ||Lay Down, Stay Down ||4:15|
|4. ||Sail Away ||5:48|
|5. ||You Fool No One ||4:47|
|6. ||What's Goin' on Here ||4:55|
|7. ||Mistreated ||7:25|
|8. ||"A" 200 ||3:51|
|9. ||Coronarias Redig 2004 remix ||5:30|
|10. ||Burn 2004 remix ||6:00|
|11. ||Mistreated 2004 remix ||7:28|
|12. ||You Fool No One 2004 remix ||4:57|
|13. ||Sail Away 2004 remix ||5:37|
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|Total Running Time:|| 71:09|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: December 9, 2001 at 10:22|
|Mk. 3 hit the ground running with BURN. This is a fine album, but one tends to miss the vocals of Gillan at times. Even so, this album really packs a punch as the band blasts through some brilliant blues and jazz inspired hard rock.
||Date: October 22, 2002 at 10:12|
|Impresionante disco, con temas legendarios:burn, mistreaded etc.. David y glenn son dioses..
||Date: December 19, 2002 at 14:29|
|One of the best Deep Purple albums ever made. Sure I miss Gillan, but this was a great "intermission" in the bands history. "Burn", "Might just take your life", "Sail away" and "You fool no one" are some of Deep Purple's best songs. The problem was Coverdale sounded terrible live in concert and Deep Purple was known for it's live shows. Still, the studio albums with Coverdale were in my opinion, a high point in the bands history.
|From: Trick Taylor
||Date: December 19, 2002 at 15:47|
|And I am sick to death of Fog Hat ranting about Deep Purple albums! What's next? Iron Butterfly? Blue Cheer? The 1910 Fruitgum Company? I'm going to review every crappy Queensryche reissue/live/unplugged/remixed version of Mindcrime, how does that sound?
||Date: January 22, 2003 at 4:36|
|Burn is Deep Purple's best album without Ian Gillan, instead they have David Coverdale (who later formed Whitesnake) on vocals, also missing is Roger Glover on bass. The title track is the closest to the Ian Gillan era. The worthy tracks are Might Just Take Your Life, Mistreated, Sail Away and You Fool No One. Only recommended for the diehard Deep Purple fans.
|From: Tim Fell
||Date: May 15, 2004 at 16:58|
|I'm a long time Purple fan, and this is my favourite Purple album. Cracking tunes, excellent solos (Ritchie's best?), and fantastic vocals. This may be heretical, but I prefer Coverdale's deep soulful vocals to Gillan's screaming. In my view, only let down by Glenn Hughes vocals, which are not to my taste. I have a wide ranging taste in music , and this remains one of my favourite albums. If you're a "classic rock" fan, this is definitely one to get.
|From: Big Papa K
||Date: June 26, 2004 at 1:31|
|The second major lineup change for Deep Purple and they come out of the gates with one of their best speed rockers in the title track. "Might Just Save Your Life" follows up and you say to yourself, maybe they did not need Ian Gillan after all. That is not the case as the rest of the album is quite patchy, and I don't like the trade off vocals between Coverdale and Hughes. 6/10
||Date: September 5, 2004 at 2:00|
|Its the best album made by Purple.Nothing can compare the talents of David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes.A perfect album indeed.
||Date: November 30, 2004 at 10:13|
|Glenn and David were quintessential and groundbreaking with vocal sharing talents. What a great work, established in rock history.
||Date: January 9, 2005 at 0:18|
|My favorite Deep Purple!! Once you hear that beginning riff to "Burn" it's all uphill man. No fillers here and Coverdale/Hughes vocals work so well on this disc and play off of each other perfectly. Blackmore's best work in my opinion and they had a great "funky" groove going on here too. I'd rank this album right up there with any classic hard rock 70's disc. Every song is killer but the first 3 songs are heaven for any air guitarists/vocalists out there!!
|From: ALEXX GLAM
||Date: February 11, 2005 at 20:05|
|COVERDALE,HUGHES,BLACKMORE,PAICE AND LORD WHAT AN ALBUM PERFECT!
|From: Remastered Reason
||Date: January 14, 2006 at 23:59|
|To put together an album like this at the time when Gillan left & two new members stepped in, how could one expect the results to be so inspiring? It just goes to show who, like it or not, was in charge of the bands creative direction. When Blackmore wanted to be creative, he was. This session proved he was the leader of Deep Purple & wasn't afraid to let loose when he was in charge. Another milestone in rock history & essential to any hard rock collection.
||Date: February 27, 2011 at 10:36|
|burn, Might Just Take Your Life, You Fool No One, Mistreated are my fav tracks....and i love glenn hughes version songs....i think glenn hughes version is much better than coverdales....especially burn....
||Date: July 13, 2013 at 12:55|
|Despite no Gillan, the band sounds as fresh as ever with some excellent jazz-influenced hard rock. Burn, Sail Away and Mistreated are my favourites here, and with Coverdale and Hughes on vocals you can't go wrong.
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