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Perfect Strangers (Remastered)

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Deep Purple's definitive Mark II lineup reunited for 1984's Perfect Strangers. It is one of the better examples of a reunion album, although the band's uneasy camaraderie only lasted a few more years. "Knocking at Your Back Door" opens the album with a roar. Ian Gillan's lyrics don't make much sense, but Ritchie Blackmore's guitar riffs and Ian Paice's thunderous drumming carry this song as well as the rest of the album. The robotic rhythm of the title cut relies on Jon Lord's organ work. The 1999 remastered reissue features the bonus track "Son of Alerik." This fascinating, mid-tempo, ten-minute instrumental was the B-side of the "Perfect Strangers" 12" single in the U.K.

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I am about to go all pompous on everyone. With the exception of the one guy who ran down the lineup changes (and even he called Coverdale "Roger" instead of "David", a typo, I'm sure), it seems as if you all only know Perfect Strangers and Machine Head. Don't get me wrong. I love this album but I don't know why it has to be compared with Machine Head and not their other stuff as Mark II. I realize Machine Head was their breakthrough and all but the other three albums they had were equally as good. If you want to start throwing songs around, why not Place In Line? Or Rat Bat Blue? How about Into The Fire? I admit that this lineup is the only one I really cared for, but if you are a true Purple fan you would mention some songs that haven't been over played on the radio. Maybe people who only think they really know music write these reviews, I don't know. As for this album, as great as it is, it does not have the feel of the older stuff. It is very polished and definitely has that 80's sound. That is not a bad thing, but it is not a better thing either. Like what you like and stop comparing.

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i have not heard this whole CD. i am mainly writing a review to criticize the guy who said smoke on the water is deep purple's only song. you sir, obviously haven't heard a lot of their good songs. smoke on the water isn't even THAT good. knockin' at your back door and perfect strangers are my favorite deep purple songs, along with highway star and space truckin'. if you listen to those four songs, i can almost guarantee you that you will regret writing that review.

This was the best, most underrated reunion of the eighties.

It is amazing that this is the same band that recorded Machine head and other Early 70's Purple Albums. Not that it better, or worse just different. The best thing about this lineup( and it is the exact lineup that recorded Machine head) is where everybody went between breakups. Ian Gillan leaves to start his own band, is replaced by Roger Coverdale, Blackmore and Glover Start RAINBOW with Ronnie Dio, Dio leaves Rainbow to replace Ozzy with Black Sabbath, Coverdale and remaining members start Whitesnake, Dio leaves Sabbath and Gillan becomes lead vocalist for Sabbath, then 1984 all original members reform Purple. That is impressive. And best of all the album that follows this, has some other songs that are just as great as these. House of the Blue light 1987, personal favorite Mitzi Dupree.

Biografía

Fecha de formación: Hertford, England, 1968

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

El éxito más imperecedero de Deep Purple, la canción de rock para adultos "Smoke on the Water" (incluida en el mítico disco Machine Head, ganador de varios discos de platino), consiguió estar en EE.UU. entre los cinco principales éxitos de ventas a mediados de 1972 y situó a Deep Purple en la élite del rock. El grupo sobrevivió a una asombrosamente interminable serie de cambios en su composición y a un espectacular giro a mitad de su carrera desde un imponente rock progresivo a un chirriante heavy...
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