Deep Purple - Fireball (25th Anniversary Edition) (CD)

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1996 release on EMI, the 25th Anniversary Edition of their top 40 1971 Warner Brothers album. Fully remastered, itcontains all seven original tracks (including the hits'Strange Kind of Woman' & 'Fireball'), plus nine bonus tracks: single versions, outtakes, exclusive remixes and the previously unreleased 'Slow Train'. 16 tracks total. Also contains a 28 page booklet with rare photos & notes by RogerGlover. Comes packaged as a standard jewelcase within an embossed, full color slipcase. The full title is 'Fireball:25th Anniversary Edition'.

Product Details

Barcode
724385371127
Department
Music
Released
14 Oct 1996
Artist
Deep Purple
Format
Audio CD
Genre
Rock
Label
Emd Int'L
Number of Discs
99
Tracks
  1. Fireball3:25
  2. No No No6:53
  3. Demon's Eye5:21
  4. Anyone's Daughter4:43
  5. The Mule5:21
  6. Fools8:18
  7. No One Came6:26
  8. Strange Kind Of Woman (A-Side Remix 96)4:05
  9. I'm Alone (B-Side)3:07
  10. Freedom (Album Out-take)3:34
  11. Slow Train (Album Out-take)5:35
  12. Demon's Eye (Remix 96)6:10
The Noise Abatement Society Tapes:4:15
  1. Midnight In Moscow
  2. Robin Hood
  3. William Tell
  4. Fireball (Take 1 Instrumental)4:07
  5. Backwards Piano0:54
  6. No One Came (Remix 96)6:23
Year
1996
Videos
1971 Deep Purple - Fireball
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Published 9 years ago by Валерий Михайлов
Duration: 03:31
Deep Purple - Demon's Eye (Live in Berlin "Music Today") HD
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Published 10 years ago by maxxblade
Duration: 10:11
HD
Deep Purple - Strange Kind Of Woman (Music Video) HD
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Published 10 years ago by maxxblade
Duration: 04:01
HD
Deep Purple - No No No (Studio Rehersal Beat Club Take 2) HD
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Published 10 years ago by maxxblade
Duration: 08:04
HD
Supply Source
UK

Deep Purple

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Deep Purple are an English rock band formed in Hertford in 1968. Along with Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, they are considered to be among the pioneers of heavy metal and modern hard rock, although some band members believe that their music cannot be categorised as belonging to any one genre. They were once listed by the Guinness Book of World Records as "the loudest pop group", and have sold over 100 million albums worldwide. Deep Purple were ranked #22 on VH1's Greatest Artists of Hard Rock programme.
Members
  • David Coverdale
  • Don Airey
  • Glenn Hughes
  • Ian Gillan
  • Ian Paice
  • Joe Lynn Turner
  • Joe Satriani
  • Jon Lord
  • Nick Simper
  • Ritchie Blackmore
  • Rod Evans
  • Roger Glover
  • Steve Morse
  • Tommy Bolin
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