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Puffin will be released on February 23

December 22 2008
13:24

EMI Records has confirmed the release of special commemorative edition of the classic album of Deep Purple "Stormbringer" on CD, DVD, vinyl LP February 23, 2009. It's funny that the appearance of box set on sale will coincide with the anniversary of the founding of the Soviet Army, although in fact it is, of course, confined to the 15 th anniversary of the first release.

"Stormbringer" ("Petrel") recorded one-third of Deep Purple - David Coverdale (vocals), Glenn Hughes (vocals, bass), Ritchie Blackmore (guitar), Ian Paice (drums) and Don Lord (keyboards) at Musicland Studious , Munich, and released in 1974. According to critics, this "album Deep Purple, which sounds not like the album Deep Purple". True, in fairness it is worth noting that in this style - hard rock with a touch of "funk and even soul - was made famous, and" Burn ", also released in 1974.

You receive the following "Stormbringer" was the last studio album, the third of Deep Purple, recorded with Ritchie Blackmore. Shortly after the completion of the "Petrel", Ritchie left the band for a new project Rainbow, and by Coverdale, Hughes, Lord and Paice joined American guitarist Tommy Bolin - and thus formed a fourth part of Deep Purple.

On CD, in addition to all the famous songs of the album is also recorded remixes Glenn Hughes lyrics Holy Man, You Can'T Do It Right, Love Don't Mean a Thing, Hold on, an instrumental version of High Ball Shooter.

DVD contains two quadraphonic version of the album and accompanying video.

As for the plates, the one recorded properly Stormbringer - in the form in which he appeared in 1974, on the other - a collection of remixes of songs from that album.

Angelina Fedorova

> Андрей Гальперин

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