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Gillan ‎– Double Trouble CD
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Gillan Double Trouble cd 14 tracks 1981 Rare
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Double Trouble

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1981

Label: Edsel (UK)

Catalog Number: EDSD 2004

Average Rating: 82 / 100 (2 ratings)


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Ian Gillan Vocals
Colin Towns Keyboards
Janick Gers Guitars
John McCoy Bass
Mick Underwood Drums
Bernie Torme Guitars, Disc 2, tracks 9-11

Disc 1 are new studio recordings and Disc 2 was recorded at The Reading Festival 1981.

Disc 1
1.  I'll Rip Your Spine Out  
2.  Restless  
3.  Men Of War  
4.  Sunbeam  
5.  Nightmare  
6.  Hadely Bop Bop  
7.  Life Goes On  
8.  Born To Kill  
9.  Spanish Guitar bonus track  

Disc 2
10.  No Laughing In Heaven live  
11.  No Easy Way live  
12.  Trouble live  
13.  Mutually Assured Destruction live  
14.  If You Believe Me live  
15.  New Orleans live  
16.  Bite The Bullet live bonus track  
17.  On The Rocks live bonus track  
18.  Mr. Universe live bonus track  
19.  Vengeance live bonus track  
20.  Smoke On The Water live bonus track    Cover: Deep Purple

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Existing comments about this CD

From: hair metal again Date: January 30, 2015 at 13:23
very good release by GILLAN back in the early 80s , somewhere between the DEEP PURPLE and the early WHITESNAKE sound!the band sounds solid and Gillan doesnt scream too high ,so the result is better!the songwriting is acceptable ,butno blowminding and i believe that the excellent "nightmare" should be the first single!good stuff

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 31, 2018 at 15:00
Cool live album by the voice of Deep Purple...i own it on vinyl...tracks # 1,2,3,5,6,8,10,12 & 15 are the ones in my book of music.83/100

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