Whatsername - Deep Purple - Abandon (Cassette, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Whatsername - Deep Purple - Abandon (Cassette, Album)

  1. Format: CD, Year: , Labels: Teichiku Records (TECW), Thames Records (TECW), Barcode: , Length:
  2. Label: EMI - 4 4 5,EMI Switzerland - 4 4 5 • Format: Cassette Album Dolby Hx Pro • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock Deep Purple - Abandon (, Dolby Hx Pro, Cassette) | Discogs.
  3. Deep Purple "Whatsername": Unforgettable face, I can't think of her name It's on the edge of my tongue, gathering dust in the b.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Abandon on Discogs. Label: Thames - TECW • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock Deep Purple - Abandon (, CD) | Discogs/5(2).
  5. Deep Purple has been around for decades and through this "Abandon" album they still rock! This album is very good in composition and performance. The key attraction for me is Steve Morse guitar style which sounds different than any other guitar players Deep Purple has ever had/5(10).
  6. Abandon is a harder-rocking album than its predecessor, but there's a number of layers to their rock, as they occasionally stretch into challenging neo-prog territory. But the main thing about the album is that it hits hard and heavy -- harder than any Deep Purple album in recent memory and that makes a welcome revelation for hardcore followers.
  7. "Abandon" is again a full band effort well mixed and strong. I would venture to say it is the best Deep Purple album since "Perfect Strangers". It has the feel of a new and revived band effort much like the "Perfect Strangers" reunion album did. A full review of each song is below 1."Any Fule Kno That" - Nice rocker, very strong opener to the /5(75).
  8. "Bludsucker" - Deep Purple covers Deep Purple! Very nice! Steve Morse shows his talents on classic "In Rock" track. Great ending to a great album!! Steve's use of pitch harmonics seem toned down on this album and appropriately placed in the solos. Jon Lord shines as does Ian P., Ian G. and Roger. This is what Deep Purple should sound like/5(74).

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