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|6.||Why Didn't Rosemary||5:04|
|7.||Bird Has Flown||5:36|
|Total Running Time:||44:32|
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|From: Kabubala||Date: November 30, 2001 at 17:22|
|Contrary to popular belief, this is Purple's weakest album. It pretty much sums up everything that was wrong with Mk. 1: weak vocals, below average songwriting, and uninspired performances. Also, this album hasn't aged well at all. When it was released in 1969, Mk. 1's style was already dated.|
|From: Propane||Date: December 1, 2004 at 11:51|
|Rod Evans just had to go, he was holding the boys back.|
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