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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Edsel (UK)
Catalog Number: EDSD 2004
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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.
|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 |
|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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